There is currently a fierce debate going on among people who get excited by this sort of thing about modularisation or unitisation of qualifications.
Browsing: Professional development
Reading articles in Logistics Manager over the past two issues, I have come across a number which combine to highlight some real issues with regional development across the UK.
As part of its drive to address the skill shortages that contribute to UK plc’s dismal comparative performance on the international stage, the government has set targets to reduce the number of people working in England, without at least a Level 2 qualifi
Skills for Logistics is a one of twenty-five sector skills councils (SSC), covering the main sectors of UK plc.
As a Sector Skills Council (1 of 25), Skills for Logistics is charged with producing a Sector Skills Agreement which, put in language we understand, is effectively a service level agreement between employers in the logistics sector and the funders/policy.
Skills for Logistics has appointed John Lister to its board of directors. Lister has over 25 years experience working in the courier sector and currently is the owner and managing director of London-based Reuter Brooks Couriers.
We’ve been looking at three sectors that keep the British economy ‘singing’ – Manufacturing (great past, uncertain future), Construction (building for the future) and Logistics (enabling both the others to function at all).
Skills for Logistics, the Sector Skills Council for the freight logistics industries, has appointed John Lister to its board of directors
Skills for Logistics, the Sector Skills Council, has appointed Paul Fox, managing director of Fox Group to its board of directors.
When you write a regular column it can often be difficult to think of burning topics to churn out month in, month out (unless you’re Jeremy Clarkson who gets loads of new models each week and even gets to drive them!).