International Freight Management

Diploma program (KNEC)

Diploma 3 years

About International Freight Management programme

Freight management involves planning and executing shipments by all modes of transport. Equally, understanding routes, rates, and carriers, making arrangements for shipments, monitoring shipments, and managing transportation documentation is important.

The course aims to equip participants with key skills and knowledge required to perform effectively in a logistics management environment.

Career opportunities

 

  • Clearing and Forwarding Agent;
  • Warehouse Supervisor;
  • Shipping Documentation Supervisor

Objectives of International Freight Management

This international freight management course will enable students to appreciate and manage international shipping systems and documentation as well as understand blobal best practices used in shippinig.

At the end of this course students will:

  • Understand international logistics / freight procedures & documentation
  • Understand and develop effective resources planning
  • Be able to develop optimized work processes and financial areas including cost management and reduction
  • Be able to develop specific  action plans to further develop their role and organizational benefit

Entry requirements for International Freight Management

The minimum entry requirements for the diploma in international freight management course are:

  • KCSE C Minus;
  • Pass in Craft Certificate in Maritime Transport Logistics;
  • Pass in Craft Certificate in Maritime Transport Operations; and
  • Any other equivalent qualification as approved by KNEC.

Colleges offering International Freight Management

International Freight Management

Platinum School of Business Management
Mombasa County

International Freight Management

African Institute of Research and Development Studies (AIRADS)
Nairobi County

International Freight Management

Mombasa Aviation Training Institute
Mombasa County