Introduction to Career Profiles
This section includes a range of job profiles from the logistics and transport
It is by no means a comprehensive list of all the job roles that are available in
the sector, but covers the main occupational areas. Click on the profile names below in order to read more.
The Sector Skills Councils’ (SSCs) careers pages are a useful source of
information. There are two SSCs cover the sector specifically: Skills for
Logistics and GoSkills:
Logistics and transport careers are available across a number of sectors so
it’s worth looking at retail, hospitality, engineering and manufacturing and
process industry SSCs. Sector Skills
Councils this website has a full list of SSCs with an explanation of the sectors
covered and web links – most SSCs have developed comprehensive careers
General graduate websites usually list job and placement opportunities as well as
job profiles sometimes including video interviews with those working in the sector:
www.gradjobs.co.uk; www.targetjobs.co.uk; www.thebigchoice.com; www.prospects.ac.uk; www.grb.uk.com.
www.gov.uk has now replaced Directgov and Business Link as the best place to find government services and information.
Services and information for drivers about Driver CPC include:
Some basic information has been added about starting up an approved training centre, which links to the JAUPT website. Later this year detailed guidance about starting up and running an approved training centre will be added to GOV.UK, so you can find all the information you need in one place. This information will then be removed from the JAUPT website.
Centres that are currently approved will be able to continue recording details of courses they provide.Websites of all government departments and many other public bodies are now being merged into the ‘Inside Government’ section of GOV.UK. Inside Government will contain government policy, publications, consultations and announcements grouped by topic and organisation.
As more users start accessing the site feedback will be reviewed and how information and services are presented will continue to improve.