Reasons to Complete a Supply Chain Traineeship

When you think of the supply chain and the kinds of careers you can enjoy in this industry you may struggle to think of anything beyond warehouse crew, but we’re here to tell you that a career in supply chain operations opens a lot of doors, especially if you have high-quality training such as the expert-led courses we run here at Nationwide Training.

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The Supply Chain and Logistics industries are expanding, and we see increased job opportunities each year.

Supply Chain is an industry that helps grease the wheels of every other industry but if you’re not 100% sold yet here are five reasons why you should consider a career in supply chain operations.

  1. Lots of Opportunities

Procurement, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management are some of the fastest growing fields nationwide. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of logisticians is projected to grow 30 percent from 2020 to 2030, much faster than the average for all occupations.


According to, projected job growth in the supply chain industry for 2022 (and for the next five years) is 10 per cent. That’s in line with research that suggests the industry itself will grow by 11 per cent each year until 2027
Ref: RMIT Online

No matter what your skills are, your passions, or your strengths, there are so many different careers available within the supply chain industry you will be spoilt for choice.

  1. Fast-Growing Industry

Thanks to the fast and steady growth we have seen over the past few years it’s one career choice that you won’t regret. The risk of layoffs and job loss is low but in the unfortunate event you do lose your job, it won’t be difficult to move on to your next career experience.

  1. Opportunities for Growth

Companies within the supply chain operations industry love to support and grow their current employees. They have shown us that time and time again they like to train and up-skill their employees.

This provides ample opportunity to grow your career and experience both personal and professional growth. Benefits that are not always available in many other industries right now.

  1. Australia Is a Logistics Hot Spot

For decades the most important locations in the logistics industry were North America and Europe but China has taken over the production of many of our most important products. Thanks to how close Australia is to China, we have begun to become incredibly important in the distribution and exportation of these goods all around the world.

  1. Easy to Start

It’s never been easier to begin a career in the supply chain operations industry. Regardless of your previous experience there are a wide variety of careers in this industry.

Nationwide Training is committed to helping you get your foot in the door with our cert III supply chain operations traineeship.

Get in touch now to find out how we can help.