Reference Code: SAB-ZA-21289

Company Overview

Founded in South Africa in 1895, SABMiller has grown to become one of the worlds largest and most respected brewing

companies. With operations in over 75 countries, we have more beer brands in the worlds top 50 than any other brewer

and we rank among the top three brewers in

more than 30 countries. Every minute of every day throughout the world, close to 130,000 bottles of SABMiller beer are


SABMiller manufactures and markets over 200 beer brands. These include international names such as Peroni Nastro

Azzurro, Pilsner Urquell, Miller Genuine Draft and Grolsch, as well as leading local brands such as Aguila (Colombia),

Castle (South Africa), Miller Lite (USA), Snow(China), Victoria Bitter (Australia) and Tyskie (Poland).

SABMillers history is one of exceptional growth and returns to

shareholders. With our global footprint of over 70,000 employees, strong portfolio of brands and spread of operations

across developed and developing markets, SABMiller is well laced to continually improve on

this growth.

Key Purpose Statement

The purpose of this program is to equip learners to understand and acquaint themselves with the underlying principles of

all of the major areas related to distribution within the Wholesale & Retail sector, thus enabling them to become

more effective employees. This Certificate provides learners with grounding in all areas of Distribution. This may enable

them not only to increase their productivity within the Wholesale and Retail Sector but also to apply their learning

in various other business environments.

Competence Requirements


Minimum Matric with Maths and Science

No Experience required

Output and Accountabilities

LEARNERSHIP: The qualified learner will be exposed to:

Reading, writing and verbal communication within the distribution environment

Rational and irrational numbers and number systems

Receiving of stock into the wholesale or retail outlet

Maintaining stock balances

Safe delivery of stock to customers

Legal requirement, organisation policies and procedures for the transportation of goods

Administrative functions related to stock receipt and delivery

The packing of stock in appropriately selected areas

Picking of stock

The financial impact of stock on the business

Picking, packing and movement of stock in order to minimize damages

Stock flow through the DC/Warehouse

The recording of stock movement on the stock management system

Stock take procedures

The wholesale & retail business environment

Legislation regarding Occupational Health and Safety and applicable safety procedures in the workplace

Appropriate actions to be taken with regards to hazards and emergency situations

Maintaining of Internal and external housekeeping standards

Maintaining of Customer service and satisfaction levels

Additional Information


A learner embarking on this Qualification needs to obtain a minimum value of

120 credits to qualify for the Qualification; this learnership runs over a period of

12 months.


Self Motivated

Attention to detail

Ability to interact well in teams

Ability to work effectively in teams

Employment Type


Full/Part Time



ABI Pretoria Manufacturing


South Africa





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