Store Keeper

Store Keeper
The duty of Storekeepers is to store, release and compile records of the supply in construction, vessels and department stores.

General Information
Course Industry:
Store Keeper
Course duration:
240 credit hours (45 days)
Mr. Mubarak Ahmed Kiani
Middle or Matriculate
Course availability:
Available at Rawalpindi, Lahore and Karachi campuses
Course Fee:
10,000 PKR ($ 200)

Desire Learning Objective

This course will help you to

  •          Store and discharge supplies or types of gear
  •          Compile the records of the supplies.
  •          Checking the supplies now and then
  •          Record the number and the sorts of supplies.
  •          Disseminate the supply in its assigned regions.
  •          Securing the status of every supply.
  •          Checking conceivable harms or scratches 

Instructional Techniques

We impart knowledge and Practical Training in following way:

Ethics, discipline, motivation, health and safety training:  Half an hour daily               (10%) 

Theoretical knowledge:                                                                       One (01) hour daily              (25%)

Hands on Training:                                                                                   Six (06) hour daily                (65%)



Storekeeping, Stock Control &  Stores Management 

  •          stores management functions
  •          stores relations with other divisions
  •          Production, sales, purchasing

Management Principles

  •          management functions
  •          Planning & organizing
  •          Coordinating, motivating and controlling
  •          Internal recruitment and External recruitment

Stores Buildings - Location and Layout

  •          Central vs Departmental stores
  •          floors in storehouse
  •          Openings and doorways in storehouse
  •          Lighting in storehouses
  •          heating and cooling
  •          storehouses ventilations

Stores Equipment

  •          Types of shelving
  •          Compartments & Sub-compartments
  •          Types of raks (single & double decked)
  •          Bins And Cabinets
  •          Box pallets and Post pallets
  •          Pigeon holes

Materials Handling

  •          materials handling systems selection factors
  •          equipment costs
  •          Manual handling equipment
  •          Powered handling equipment
  •          Safety in manual handling

Storehouse Security

  •          anticipation of theft of materials
  •          Securing openings, windows, doors, & fanlights
  •          avoidance of deception/fraud
  •          Store materials protection
  •          Control of keys (numbering and labeling)
  •          Stock rotation: FIFO rule (first in first out)
  •          Accessories for firefighting
  •          avoidance of injury to stores workers and others


  •          Materials suitable for storage in stockyards
  •          Entry/exit points - gates
  •          Gatehouses and gatekeepers
  •          Stockyard location systems
  •          equipment for handling stockyard


Stock Items identification

  •          Codes utilized in stores work
  •          Simplification of requests
  •          Learn how to    Improve stock recordings
  •          Reordering/purchasing
  •          catalogues and vocabularies of stores


Stock Records

  •          stock records   Design and layout
  •          Computerized stock records
  •          Database systems
  •          Bar-codes

Receipts of Stock

  •          Carrier’s consignment note
  •          transfers taking place between different stores
  •           production department receipts
  •          customers returns receipt

Issues of Stock

  •          issuing service importance
  •          Production programs/schedules
  •          Assemblies and kits
  •          credit sales & cash sales
  •          Returning stocks to suppliers
  •          Packing and dispatching

Stocktaking and Spot Checks

  •          Stocktaking: Periodic vs. continuous
  •          accurate stocktaking: Planning and preparations
  •          Various methods of performing stocktaking
  •          Spot checks and the treatment of discrepancies
  •          Importance of the accurate valuation of stock