Transportation and Logistics
The competition tasks of this skill category are based on the Vocational qualification in logistics.
The qualification titles of the basic qualification are lorry driver, bus driver, articulated vechile driver, service logistics operative, maintenance operative and ground services operative.
The professional who have completed the qualification may work according to the competence area for example in transporting people or goods in a transport company, industry, at airport, in warehouses of different companies or in the public sector.
Description of the skill category
A driver and an articulated vehicle driver transport different goods in traffic with van, lorry and vehicle combination. They use different loading equipment in their work, such as a forklift, crane and wheel loader. The work tasks include load handling, customer service and terminal tasks. Moreover, the tasks include management of telematics for logistics (GPS tracking devices, different navigation systems, smart cards, devices for wireless communication).
A bus driver transports passengers in local traffic, express coaches, liner and charter traffic. The bus driver’s job is a service profession.
The competition is individual.
Competitors verify the terms and conditions of contract related to the employment relationship
Competitors begin to work
Competitors work safely in the work environment of the logistics sector and identify the risks related to data security and occupational safety
Competitors work in the digital operating environments required by the work task
Competitors follow the principles of sustainable development in their work tasks
Competitors work energy-efficiently in their work tasks
Competitors prepare a lorry for a work assignment
Competitors load a vehicle correctly
Competitors drive the vehicle in outdoor areas and inside terminals
Competitors drive the vehicle in traffic
Competitors work using Finnish, Swedish or Sámi in customer service situations
Competitors work in the best interests of their profession and workplace
Competitors take into account the impacts of human factors on occupational and road safety
Competitors prevent crime in transport through their activities
Competitors take action in problem situations
Competitors hand over the vehicle at the end of the work assignment
- Mika Korhonen, Savon koulutuskuntayhtymä Sakky
- Jussi-Pekka Räsänen, Savon koulutuskuntayhtymä Sakky
- Johanna Plyhm, Stadin ammattiopisto
- Veijo Reimi, Stadin ammattiopisto
- Akseli Väisänen, Turun ammatti-instituutti
- Jani Tontti, Salon seudun ammattiopisto
- Jarmo Iivari, Koulutuskuntayhtymä OSAO
- Mari Vasarainen, Autoliikenteen työnantajaliitto ry
- Antti Sainola, Auto- ja Kuljetusalan Työntekijäliitto
- Mikael Elo, Toyota
- Timo Repo, Opetushallitus
- Tuomas Syvänen, Jyväskylän koulutuskuntayhtymä Gradia
- Marko Hallisto, Turun ammatti-instituutti