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The "LFS for Advanced Users" course builds directly on the course "LFS for Beginners" course. Users acquire advanced knowledge of LFS over the 3-day course. While the Beginners course focuses on mastering the basic processes, the Advanced course looks at more complex processes, such as cross-docking, adjustment postings and multi-stage picking.

The course also covers control center functions, such as stock information and order control. A series of practical exercises in our fully equipped training center demonstrate how to use the system and facilitate the implementation of the processes in your own warehouse.

Training details

Target group:

Participants who have worked with LFS already and understand basic features of the software. This includes operating staff looking for career progression, as well as warehouse and logistics managers, IT administrators and key users.


Course objectives:

After the course, you will be able to monitor the basic processes in LFS. You will be able to use LFS independently for these processes and solve problems that occur.


Prior knowledge:

"Beginners" course


Length of course:

3 days

Day 1 Goods receiving/Putaway

  • Introduction to the LFS vocabulary; technical terms 
  • Options for recording goods receipts
  • Goods receipt checks
  • Forming load units
  • Options for putaway
  • Bin location search
  • Practical use of LFS in goods receiving (full-screen)
  • GR recording/booking 
  • Putaway transports
  • Inventory inquiry
  • Troubleshooting
  • Practical exercises for the different options in putaway 

Day 2 Retrieval/picking

  • General introduction to the retrieval processes
  • Order preparation
  • Processing pick lists
  • Tracing and evaluating picking orders
  • Inventor inquiry
  • Manual relocation and retrieval
  • Manual replenishment
  • Troubleshooting

Day 3 Packing/Loading

  • Recording/processing work packages
  • Display of packages
  • Display of the package content
  • Closing open packages 
  • Label printing for load units, picking containers and packages
  • Packing instructions/notes
  • Practical exercises 
  • Introduction to the different options in loading 
  • Introduction to the different menus in loading 
  • Process-related representation of the different processes
  • Loading with load lists
  • Loading with advance load lists
  • Loading without load list
  • Special characteristics of loading
  • Loading in bulk
  • Evaluation, control and monitoring of the loading processes
  • Error handling in the loading process
  • Practical and theoretical exercises in loading