New look skills web site clicks with logistics.

Skills for Logistics (SfL) has revamped its web site to further help attract, develop and support individuals and employers. Click on http://www.skillsforlogistics.org and you will be greeted by the organisation’s fresh look built around its three key roles: Attract, Develop and Support. Clicking on any of these roles reveals information and solutions.

SfL’s latest initiatives are highlighted on the homepage. These include Pre-Employment Training; Military Traineeships; Apprenticeships; Certificate to Work; National Occupational Standards; Traineeships; International Projects; Local Employer Networks and the Excellence Endorsement for Driver CPC training providers. Catch up too on the latest news, views and tweets.

A local delivery section on the site includes information on schools and education engagement. Those interested in logistics can also access the research and intelligence section, which houses key SfL publications such as Sector Skills Assessment; Logistics Employer Survey; Industry Reports; Occupational Factsheets as well as National and Regional Factsheets.

Dr Ross Moloney, CEO of Skills for Logistics commented: “I would encourage anybody and everybody interested in logistics to have a good look around our exciting new web site. Linked to our social media, the new site is vital for keeping Logistics Sector and the general public in touch with our skills issues and developments as well as generating engagement. With our constant updates, we trust that you will be regular visitors.”

 

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www.skillsforlogistics.org

 

About Skills for Logistics
Skills for Logistics is the Sector Skills Council for the Freight Logistics Industry. The UK Logistics sector employs 2.2 million people, representing 8 per cent of the work force. In conjunction with employers, Skills for Logistics is developing and delivering programmes and products to attract people into the sector, get them work ready and develop them in their careers. This work is underpinned by our research and intelligence, which helps us, employers and partners understand the logistics sector.

 

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Arkill Matthews Allen Ltd

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