We often present the logistics as an essential cog in the implementation of a humanitarian mission. It supports the various operational players: for example, by enabling medical personnel to carry out their care procedures by supplying health products on time. On a day-to-day basis, three areas of responsibility: management of technical equipment for the mission, supply and construction sites (operational implementation of certain humanitarian programs).
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Bioforce offers an 800-hour course to allow you access to this profession. Thanks to this course, you will master each block of skills in the profession through a training unit and a practical application, and will benefit from support for your professional project and your taking up a position. This course can be followed continuously or at your own pace by following the different training units. Discover them in the brochure!
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