Often training is viewed or implemented as a “tick-box” exercise. But when planned, executed and measured effectively, training can be a crucial driver of cultural change

This award is for a training programme that can demonstrate a well researched reason for the programme, measurements of success, and sustained improvements post training. The program subject is likely to link to material handling equipment, lgv driving, transport management, warehouse operations, or other similar topics that develop the operational side of logistics businesses
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Training/Learning & Development Managers usually have responsibility for end-to-end training activity and will manage and oversee the training team and training budget.

This award is for the Training/Learning & Development Manager who can demonstrate an innovative approach to the training and develop¬ment of logistics talent particularly LGV drivers and material handling equipment operators. The winning entry will need to show the tangible benefits of the programs implemented by the Training/Learning & Development Manager.
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Team work is all about working together to be effective and efficient. These things are
absolutely key for logistics businesses

This award is for an “in-house” training team who have worked together to overcome a challenge and have successfully delivered training which has demonstrably benefited the business.
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Apprenticeships are a good way to recruit and retain new talent and with the apprenticeship levy are becoming an ever more important strand of learning and development.

This award is for an exceptional apprentice who has made a significant contribution to their transport, warehousing or logistics workplace.
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