The business group welcomes the opportunity to further support its members by offering high-quality apprenticeship training and advising on the funding options available to both levy and non-levy businesses.
A great opportunity
Annie Graham, the group’s apprenticeship manager, comments: “We’re thrilled to be recognised and approved as an APAR apprenticeship training provider. Ultimately, we want to support members in driving productivity and growth and this a great opportunity for Logistics UK to help businesses to upskill their existing employees and attract new talent into the industry. I would like to congratulate and thank everyone involved who helped make this happen. We look forward to continuing to deliver on our outstanding training reputation and encourage anybody interested to take part in one of our upcoming apprenticeship webinars which will provide more information.”
The Transport Operations Supervisor programme is suited to employees working in the transport and logistics sector who wish to progress to a transport manager role, with the transport manager qualification funded as part of the apprenticeship. The apprenticeship will be delivered via a combination of remote sessions, one-to-one tutor support and access to e-learning. The course is estimated to run for 12 months, followed by a 3-month EPA (end point assessment period).
To find out more about the upcoming apprenticeships available and how you can apply – or to register for a space on one of Logistics UK’s live webinars visit www.logistics.org.uk/apprenticeships. The one-hour webinars will be taking place a 10am on Tuesday 7 November and 10am on Thursday 9 November.