Parts and Warehousing Person

Foundation Program
TYPE:
  • Full Time
LENGTH: 6 months or less
FEES: To be announced
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A Parts and Warehousing Person is involved in ordering, warehousing and keeping inventory control over parts and accessories for industries like the automotive, commercial transport, heavy duty, marine and warehousing sectors. They are responsible for helping these parts, accessories and warehouse products make their way from manufacturers to consumers, documenting and tracking their progress along the way from factories to warehouses to retail outlets. A Parts and Warehousing Person is often responsible for receiving goods and sorting incoming parts, supplies and materials in a warehouse atmosphere. They maintain shipping and receiving records on the amount, kind and location of parts and supplies shipped or received and process purchases and reconcile inventories with physical counts.

Parts and Warehousing Person Courses

A Parts and Warehousing Person is involved in ordering, warehousing and keeping inventory control over parts and accessories for industries like the automotive, commercial transport, heavy duty, marine and warehousing sectors. They are responsible for helping these parts, accessories and warehouse products make their way from manufacturers to consumers, documenting and tracking their progress along the way from factories to warehouses to retail outlets. A Parts and Warehousing Person is often responsible for receiving goods and sorting incoming parts, supplies and materials in a warehouse atmosphere. They maintain shipping and receiving records on the amount, kind and location of parts and supplies shipped or received and process purchases and reconcile inventories with physical counts.

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Entry Requirements

  1. Successful completion of English 10, or English 030, or Communications 11, or equivalent.
  2. Successful completion of Foundations and Pre-Calculus 10; or Math 030; or a minimum “C” grade in one of the following: Apprenticeship and Workplace Math 10 or Trades Math 041; or equivalent.

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For candidates whose first language is not English - In addition to having English 10 (or equivalent) applicants must also provide proof of English Language proficiency through one of the following:

  1. English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL iBT) score of at least 80 with no section below 17, within the previous two years, or
  2. International English Language Testing System - Academic (IELTS Academic) minimum score of 6.0 with no bands below 5.5, within the previous two years, or
  3. Successful completion of three credits of higher level English studies at a recognized high school, college or university in an English speaking country within the previous two years.

Selection process

If the course is over-subscribed, students will be selected based on the selection criteria listed below.

Maximum points = 29

  1. The letter grade for English 10, English 030 or Communications 11 or equivalent will contribute its actual points to the selection process: e.g., “A” = 4.0, “B+” = 3.33, etc.
  2. The letter grade for Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10, Math 030, Apprenticeship and Workplace Math 10 or equivalent, will contribute its actual points to the selection process: e.g., “A” = 4.0, “B+” = 3.33, etc.
  3. Credit in Physics 11 or equivalent with a grade of “C” or higher will be awarded 4 points.
  4. The mechanical reasoning portion of the Student Readiness Assessment will be awarded a maximum of 5 points. Refer to the Mechanical Reasoning Grading Scale in the CNC Calendar.
  5. Passing the English portion of the Student Readiness Assessment will be awarded a maximum of 1 point.
  6. Passing Math portion of the Student Readiness Assessment will be awarded a maximum of 1 point.
  7. Credit in one or more trades-related courses at the Grade 12 level, with a grade of “B” or higher, or successful completion of any foundation level trades training course, or documented experience of one year in a trade will be awarded 3 points.
  8. Credit in any of the following: English 11, Foundations of Math 11, or equivalents, or Trades Math 041 and Trades Math 042 with a “C” grade or higher will be awarded 3 points.
  9. Credit for submitting a resumé and personal handwritten statement indicating their reasons for wishing to enter this course will be awarded a maximum of 3 points.
  10. Successful completion of the CNC Trades Discovery Program will be awarded 1 point.