Saturday 21st Oct 2017 - Logistics Manager

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20pc rise in logistics recruitment

Logistics recruitment in the second half of was up 20 per cent on the year before – despite the Brexit vote, according to Bis Henderson.

Degree apprenticeship gets go-ahead

The Department for Education has approved a degree apprenticeship proposal, put forward by the Supply Chain Academy and Uniserve Group.

Fowler Welch launches training programme

Logistics company Fowler Welch has launched a driver training programme. The training programme has been implemented in three of nine Fowler Welch sites to attract new talent to the industry.

Walker to develop staff skills

Walker Logistics is to develop staff skills by launching a ‘People Development Plan’ in partnership with Newbury College. The scheme involves staff from a range of departments, which will be asked questions in a series of consultation sessions.

BIFA calls for support on apprenticeship initiative

The British International Freight Association is calling on the industry to support a proposal for a freight forwarding apprenticeship standard. This comes after an expression of interest was made by an employer group behind an apprenticeship standard.

CPC training must stay flexible, says FTA

Responding to proposed revisions to the European Commission’s Driver CPC Directive, the FTA has said that driver training must remain flexible.

FTA offers 200 driver apprenticeships

The FTA has been given £1 million in government funding to train up to 200 HGV drivers. The funding will be the last government investment that doesn’t involve contributions from employers – this follows the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy in April 2017.