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Without logistics professionals, Australia’s economy stops. From fresh food to fashion, mining to materials, you name it – transport and warehousing is a part of it.

If you’re looking for a career with great future growth potential, you’re on the right track. Your logistics qualification from Monarch Institute will help you stand out of the crowd. It’s also a great way to step up if you’re already in the industry.

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Transport and logistics courses

We get it. We know what it’s like to be working in transport and logistics – it’s a 24/7 kind of deal.

Our trainers are logistics professionals with decades of combined experience. Like Dave O’Flynn, who has worked in palletised, dry bulk, fuels, medicals and sea freight over his 25+ year career. Dave and his team will help make sure that you graduate with real-world skills – not just a piece of paper. Previous students have worked across industries from major infrastructure and food distribution to international freight. Whether you’re changing careers or stepping up in your organisation, you’ll love studying with Monarch Institute.

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Industry insights

Transport and logistics industry insights
Employment/positions projection 6.5% growth to 2024
Earnings (average full time earnings) $1,457 per week
Flexibility 24/7 opportunities - logistics never stops!

Transport and logistics: Australia’s powerhouse

Without transport and logistics professionals, Australia’s economy would slow to a crawl. And those folks are going to be even more important in future. According to the Australian Logistics Council, the quantity of goods being shipped to, from and across Australia will triple by the year 2050. Government stats suggest the sector is responsible for nearly 5% of GDP. That’s just under $80 billion a year!

There’s plenty of room for productivity improvement, too. The Aussie transport and logistics sector is still about 10% less productive than our average global competitor. But exciting technology, such as automation solutions, is changing the face of logistics all over the world. You could be part of the innovation that makes Australia a world leader in years to come.

Get in on the ground floor

With the right real-world education and insight from industry veterans, you could ride the wave of the massive projected growth in employment. In addition to the numbers above, you can look forward to climbing the ladder at an employer that’ll value your loyalty and hard work. According to a Department of Employment paper, transport and logistics employers are more likely than others to employ an apprentice or trainee because they plan to up-skill them and keep them for the long term. Great things are coming for those who’ve been in the industry for some time, too. For example, there’s set to be a spectacular 20.9% growth in the number of jobs for specialist supply, distribution and procurement managers.  It’s up to you to be ready to step up and take on management responsibilities. Luckily, we can help with that.

Study flexibility is just one of the ways Monarch Institute fits in with your life and your future in transport and logistics. Whether you’re preparing for a career change, or stepping up in your current organisation, you’ll love learning with us.

Your next step

The TLI50219 Diploma of Logistics could be your path to the great opportunities in this sector.


Sources:,,,, 2020 Industry Employment Projections’ Australian Government Department of Employment,

Meet your trainers

You'll be guided and supported by experts and thought leaders
Peter Burns
"Don't let yesterday take up too much of today"
- Will Rogers

I’ve been exposed to various industry sectors including manufacturing, distribution, tertiary, freight forwarding, 3PL, online and consulting during my career in the logistics arena.
This has given me a broad insight into what drives logistics businesses, the people, processes and technology required in successful organisations and also the constraints in managing complex, fast paced operations.

What makes me jump out of bed each morning?

My dogs and a desperate need for coffee!

Suzanne Crowe

I’ve held senior supply chain roles in the Petroleum, Mining and Pharmaceutical industries. After leaving the corporate world, I moved into teaching a variety of courses in supply chain and construction, allowing me to share the joys of working in supply chain related roles with students. Tendering contracts in logistics and construction , Chain of Responsibility, WHS, Warehousing and Supply Chain Operations management are just a sample of the units that I taught, while enjoying organising events for supply chain professionals to assist in growing their network and knowledge of the industry . I am on a number of industry committees, and am the current Chairperson on the board of TDT (Transport& Distribution Training) Victoria and the Chair of WISC (Women in supply Chain). I am passionate about promoting career opportunities in the supply chain industry, by highlighting the various roles available to association members and students .

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