The conference will be split into three rooms where both HGV and Forklifts topics that really matter to learning and development professionals will be discussed.

Doors open at 9am, close at 3.30pm and there is an onsite restaurant where you will be able to purchase a light lunch between 12.30-1.30pm. Sessions are on a drop-in, first come, first served basis and cannot be booked in advance.

 CILT(UK) have awarded this event 3 CPD hours.


Conference Agenda:

TimeRoom 1Room 2Room 3
10.15-10.4521st Century Careers: Careers of the Future
Sharon Walpole, Director, CASCAID Ltd
How Distracted are Your Drivers?
Abi Smith, BRAKE
The Importance of Material Handling Training in Economically Developing Countries
Gary Forster, Transaid
10.55-11.25Making Strategic L&D Work in Practice
Stuart Haden, CIPD
HSE - Strategy and Sector Plans
Imran Siddiqui, HSE
Compliance, Training and How to avoid a Public Inquiry
Jared Dunbar, Dyne Solicitors
12.00-12.30Mental Health is Everyones Business
Emma Mamo, Mind
The Truth About Forklift Safety & How to Make a Difference
Stuart Taylor, Mentor FLT Training
Discovering Your Strategy For Sales In Your Training Business
Peter Swanson, Dynamix Technology Ltd
1.30-2.00Preventing Lorry Related Terrorism
Scott Gibbons & Matt Burgess, NCPTHQ
How Will Innovation in MHE Affect Training in the Future
Paul Watson, Doosan Industrial Vehicle UK
Digital Marketing for Your Training Business
Jonathan Wagstaffe, Struto
2.10-2.40Driving Better Health and Safety
Victoria Whitehouse, MSc, P.G.C.E. CPsychol, HSE
The New Appenticeship Standards & How Employers Can Get The Best Out Of Them
Allan Birch, Pearson BTEC and Apprenticeships & John Bowman, JohnB Consulting
The Latest Developments in Large Goods Vehicle Driving Legislation, Regulation, and Best Practice
Richard Brewer, NRI
2.45-3.15Business Advantage Through Supporting Disabled People
Steve Orton, DWP, Jobcentre Plus
Appearance Isn't Everything
Alex Samson, RTITB

You can book to attend the event for free here.

Places are very limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.