Are you a Training Manager or Learning and Development Manager in the Logistics sector? Are you looking for up to date resources and a new approach to help you deliver effective LGV driver training and lift truck training?

 

In a logistics business, your people are arguably your most important asset.  So, to help you get the most from your team, experts from the logistics industry will be delivering a range of free seminars at the Talent in Logistics Conference.  Conference sessions will explore the latest developments in learning theory and technology for training. You can also further improve your business efficiency by discovering how to align your learning and development plan with your business strategy.

Another free conference session will ask how your logistics training supports the new Health and Safety Executive (HSE) strategy. Launched in 2016, the five-year scheme “aims to reinforce the UK’s excellent attitude to health and safety and reduce the billions spent on health and safety”. This seminar will help show how incorporating the new strategy into your operation can help to improve your business efficiency.  One way is by reducing the operational costs associated with overprescribing to Health and Safety requirements, which has been identified by the HSE as a common occurrence. See the full Talent in Logistics Conference agenda here.

During the event, additional resources and advice will be on hand at the Information Point.  This exhibition takes place during the all-day conference and will allow you to network and consult with leading brands about best practice and the issues you’re facing as a Training or L&D Manager.

Book your free conference place now. Talent in Logistics takes place in Telford, West Midlands on 22nd June 2017.

On the same day as the conference, the Talent in Logistics Awards will celebrate people in UK logistics, including a Training / L&D Manager of the Year Award.

Why not attend the Awards to celebrate the hard work and commitment to excellence of Training and L&D Managers in logistics? As well as the Awards ceremony, the event also provides a fantastic chance to network with other professionals from the logistics, transport and warehousing sectors, plus chances to speak with potential suppliers and customers.

With a drinks reception, awards host comedian Tim Vine and after dinner entertainment, it promises to be a fun night out for you and your team, so make sure you book your tickets or reserve a table now.

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