Our apprenticeship delivery programmes are co-created with our clients so content and tone aligns to the strategic objectives and aims of our clients business. Our team integrate work-based projects and focus on areas of the business where there could be challenges so we can see a form of operational improvement as a tangible result. Problem solving and innovation is a golden-thread throughout all of our apprenticeships to encourage students to use critical thinking and basic analytics to find solutions to every day issues.
Our apprenticeships include the following;
Warehousing & Distribution
Logistics leadership & management and aspiring leaders
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Making careers in logistics requires national collaboration. We work with many organisations to support the perception of what a career in logistics means, and through this collaboration, we continue to advocate the many different career opportunities there are for young people.
It starts with education and working with third party organisations, logistics people and businesses and schools engagement, we have a commitment to continue that work. Our team support the Early Careers strategy and will co-develop forward-thinking EC apprenticeship projects with our clients designed to showcase different facets to working in logistics and the career opportunities that are available.
Our employer partnership projects are to grow a diverse workforce for our future logistics generation and we help identify and develop talent through our early careers apprenticeship initiatives and talent attraction schemes.
Recognising and developing emerging talent and high performers in a business is crucial to its future success. Equally, crucial, is the development of the skills and performance of colleagues – we see learning and development as a key employer responsibility to provide its employees.
According to Be the Business, one
“The vast majority of large organisations have a learning and development budget, compared with just a third of SMEs,”