Skills for Logistics has launched a web site promoting logistics as a vibrant career choice for young people
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The Cumbria Logistics Employer Forum (CLEF), a partnership between local authorities and logistics businesses, has been set up to increase and strengthen the logistics skills pool in the region.
The government has renewed the licence to operate for Skills for Logistics, the sector skills council for the freight logistics industry, following a review carried out by the National Audit Office on behalf of the UK Commission for Employment and Skills.
The time is right to push on and produce more tailored offerings for important sub-sectors of the logistics industry.
Skills for Logistics is backing National Apprenticeship Week which takes place from 1st to 5th February providing a comprehensive window on apprenticeship opportunities.
Are we saying that logistics is a low skill sector where there is no need for a “new technician class”?
SCALA Consulting has launched “The Fresh Connection” – an innovative supply chain management competition and learning programme designed to help organisations train their employees in a safe environment.
The government’s Carbon Reduction Strategy is a rare chance for logistics to be the good guys.
Logistics is to be taught in schools and colleges across England from September 2010. The new qualification, aimed at 14 to 19 year olds, is part of the Diploma in Retail Business, and is designed to introduce young people to logistics and its role in ret
The entry point for low carbon and sustainable operations in many large companies has been through the corporate social responsibility (CSR) route. The approach too often has varied between a callous initiative headed by the marketing department to “incre