Warehouse Pro

The hub of the distributor’s business, the warehouse is where inventory is received and stored until needed.

This online course gives students a foundational understanding of the electrical distribution industry and the important role they play within their companies.

Warehouse Pro is available as an individual course or as part of the NAED Industry Bundle.


Recommended Audience: Warehouse associates.

Prerequisites: None.

Learning Plan: NAED has customized learning plans specific to job roles. Once you purchase the course package you can customize the curriculum within the LMS for a variety of professions.

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What does a warehouse manager do? 

A warehouse manager supervises the operation of the warehouse which includes ordering, receiving, processing, recording and distributing supplies and materials; preparing and maintaining detailed records and files. 

If you would like to learn more about salaries in the electrical distribution industry, download the Employee Compensation Report. 

Employee Compensation Report




What is warehouse automation? 

Warehouse automation is on the rise as businesses continue to look for ways to streamline operations, improve efficiency, and reduce costs. From robots to automated processes, warehouse automation involves technologies that promise to increase productivity.


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What skills does a warehouse manager need? 

The skills needed to be an effective warehouse manager consist of managing employees, developing budgets, safety management, developing standards, managing processes, inventory control, reporting skills, analyzing information, and equipment maintenance.

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