Eastern Region - Forthcoming Events


June 2017
15th Annual Transport Practitioners’ MeetingBOOK NOW
28/06/2017 09:00:00 - 29/06/2017 17:00:00

Event Code: PTRC0463 

The 15th Annual Transport Practitioners’ Meeting will be held 28th – 29th June 2017 in Nottingham. TPM is the annual meeting place for all transport planners, highway engineers and urban transport designers to share knowledge, engage in constructive debates  and disseminate the latest thinking across the profession.

What is TPM?

TPM is the annual meeting place for all transport planners, highway engineers and urban transport designers. Practitioners, policy makers and academics will present numerous, topical papers over the course of the two days, enabling lively debates and the dissemination of the latest thinking across the profession.

Programme

The TPM programme is available to view now! Day 1 Day 2

Book your place at TPM!*

Click Book Now to book online or complete and return the booking form to the Events Team at info@ptrc-training.co.uk.

*Bookings made online must be paid by card. Attendees requiring invoices or wanting to take advantage of the two-for-one Local Authority rate must submit a completed booking form to the Events Team for processing.

 

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John Lewis Magna Park - This event is fully bookedBOOK NOW
28/06/2017 18:00:00 - 28/06/2017 20:00:00

 

When: 28th June 2017, 17:30 for 18:00 - 20:00
Where: John Lewis Distribution Centre, Magna Park 1, Fen Street, Milton Keynes, MK17 8EW - Directions
Meeting Point: MP1 Reception

Speaker: John Munnelly FCILT, Head of Operations, John Lewis Distribution Centre

John Lewis Magna Park will provide a tour of their state-of-the art logistics facilities and an overview of its impact on the John Lewis Supply Chain. John Munnelly, Head of Operations at the John Lewis Distribution Centre, will be on hand to discuss how Magna Park continues to deliver the business growth strategy across their assortment, through their customer-focussed supply chain



For this event park in the MP1 car park which is free.

Please note the delegate list for this event will be vetted.

This event is fully booked.  To add your name to the reserve list, contact Membership Services, Tel: 01536 740104 or email: membership@ciltuk.org.uk quoting the event code: PCG0015.

 

Cost: Member: Free; Non-Member: Free

FutureDRV - Preparing Professional DriversBOOK NOW
29/06/2017 10:00:00 - 29/06/2017 15:00:00





“Preparing professional drivers for their role and tasks within the fourth industrial revolution: The Future of Professional Driving”

When: 29 June 2017, 10:00 -15:00
Where:  CILT(UK), Earlstrees Court, Earlstrees Road, Corby, NN17 4AX - Directions

Speakers:
Bethany Fovargue MILT, Novus Trust - From Graduate to the Logistics World
Brian Szukala, Transfer Knowledge Partners - Vocational Training Requirements for a Changing Industry
Sarah Smith and Alison Riggott, Walkgrove - Distance learning for the New Generation

There are major changes within and related to the professional driving profession ahead of us. Those need to be prepared and supported by vocational education and training in order to reach their full potential but also to avoid a further increase of already todays’ deficit of skilled workers in this field that belonged continuously to the Top Ten jobs employers are having difficulty filling with competent employees over the past decade.

It is, therefore, of major importance to think ahead of time and to develop a vision of this profession in order to get ready for the changes that are ahead of us. The consortium of the European project “FutureDRV” representing specialist organisations from Germany, Austria, France, Sweden, Hungary and the UK addresses this challenge in the upcoming three years of project work.

The FutureDRV consortium invites experts and stakeholders on professional driving and professional driver qualification for a first expert round table in order to give the FutureDRV project an initial impetus and direction for the upcoming project work by exchanging on:

  • trends and innovations within transport and their impact on professional drivers’ qualification
  • the future role and function of professional drivers within transport
  • opportunities and challenges of future training for professional drivers 

The project is funded through the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Commission.

Programme:

09:30    Registration and coffee
10:00    Welcome, Kevin Richardson FCILT, Chief Executive, The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport
10:10    Round table session on: Educating Now for Better Drivers Then
With impetus by:
Bethany Fovargue, Novus Trust (UK)
From Graduate to the Logistics World
Brian Szukala, Transfer Knowledge Partners (UK)
Vocational Training Requirements for a Changing Industry
12:00    Lunch
13:00    Round table session on: Training Tools and Methods of the Future 
 With impetus by:
Sarah Smith & Alison Riggott, Walkgrove (UK)
Distance Learning for the New Generation
13:45    Andreas Silfverberg, Stage IT (SE) Future DRV Pilot Training Programmes
14:45    Open Discussion - Moderated by James Tillyer
15:00    Closing and farewell, James Tillyer, Transformotion 

The main aim of the FutureDRV project is to explore the future of professional driving and the competence requirements relating to it, looking forward to around 15 – 20 years from now.

The UK project partner, Transformotion, would like to invite stakeholders and interested parties to attend this free event. There are limited spaces available and only one space per company / organisation, so register for this event without delay!

Book online now or contact Membership Services, Tel: 01536 740104 or email: membership@ciltuk.org.uk quoting the event code: ABC0534.



 

Tactical Supply Wing - Providing Aviation Fuel to Battlefield Helicopters in a Contested, Degraded and Operationally Limited EnvironmentBOOK NOW
29/06/2017 13:30:00 - 29/06/2017 17:00:00

When: Thursday 29th June from 1300 (for 1330) - 1700 hrs
Where: Tactical Supply Wing (TSW), MOD Stafford, Beaconside, Staffordshire ST18 0AQ

The TSW will host a Defence Forum event to offer CILT professionals the opportunity to learn more about how this specialist unit provides aviation fuel to battlefield helicopters. This unique organisation is one of the most heavily tasked, high readiness units within the UK’s Joint Helicopter Command and has seen almost continual operational service since its formation in 1970.

With a diverse range of capabilities, TSW builds and operates temporary storage sites, employs its fleet of cross-country tankers to transport fuel across the battlefield and conducts ‘Rotors Turning Refuels’ of helicopters. The unit is recognised as UK Defence’s subject matter experts in their field, and are specialists in activities such as parachuting fuel from C130s, flying it forward under-slung from helicopters or taking fuel direct from tactical aircraft such as the C130 Hercules into forward installations.

The event will include both static and live demonstrations, which will illustrate some of the equipment and capabilities the Wing employs, on exercise and operations. During these demonstrations, attendees will have the opportunity to interact with TSW personnel to ask questions regarding the equipment or procedures which the unit employs.  Delegates will hear from Commanding Officer, Wing Commander Jamie Miller, who will speak on TSW’s role as an Air Combat Service Support Unit, where they fit in to Defence and the challenges they face with the perceived change to the future operating environment. Specifically, the talk will outline how the Wing is planning to evolve its capabilities, both conceptually and physically in terms of desired changes to equipment. You will also hear about the support that TSW provides around the world to its diverse customers. He will also speak about how TSW’s capabilities are deployed to support Joint Helicopter Forces operating in a multitude of different austere locations, including desert, jungle and extreme cold weather environments. Subjects will include the levels of training that TSW personnel have to undertake in order to remain suitably qualified and experienced in refuelling helicopters in a combat environment.

The key to TSW’s effectiveness in meeting high readiness global deployed operations is its ability to prepare, generate and project personnel and equipment from MOD Stafford. Officer Commanding Headquarters Squadron will outline how TSW’s team of engineers, suppliers, drivers, administrators and training staff go about achieving this critical task.

With anecdotes from current and past operations, this will be a unique opportunity to hear first-hand accounts of recent developments.

Security restrictions apply to TSW and so delegates are required to provide full names, date of birth, nationality and if travelling by car, full vehicle details (make, model, colour and VRN) two weeks prior to the event. A form of photographic ID (passport or driving licence) will also be required on the day. As the visit will include an outdoor demonstration, warm/waterproof clothing is recommended.  

Refreshments and a light afternoon buffet will be provided.

To secure your place please contact Membership Services, with your ready filled booking form on Tel: 01536 740104 or email: membership@ciltuk.org.uk quoting the event code: DSC0320.

Cost: Member: £10; Non-Member: £15.

July 2017
The Sustainable Supply Chain - How do we reduce wastage and remain flexibleBOOK NOW
04/07/2017 10:00:00 - 04/07/2017 14:00:00

When: 4th July 2017, 09:30 (for 10:00) - 14:00
Where:
No 1 London Gateway, Stanford Le Hope, SS17 9DY

Can your business REDUCE WASTE through Supply Chain flexibility?

The economic cost of ‘supply chain’ food and drink waste is estimated at around £5 billion.
Leading retailers and their trading partners are now looking at reducing food and drink waste in the supply chain; highlighting how collaborative working can reduce waste. Waste is a by-product of an unhealthy supply chain, whether it be food, product, transport, or cost based. Waste is impossible to eliminate; however solutions are available to minimise it.

All businesses must also balance efficiency with contingency, and in today’s global supply chain we must ask how can we minimise waste and remain flexible.

Speakers from the Supply Chain, Retail, and Sustainability industries will discuss this topic in detail and how they see how supply chain solutions can reduce wastage and if these solutions can also maintain an agile supply chain.

The speakers:

1. Emile Naus, Partner and Technical Director, LCP Consulting
2. David Bateman, Group Managing Director, SH Pratt Group
3. Steve Malkin, Founder of The Planet Mark
4. Oliver Treneman, Park Development Director, DP World London Gateway

This event will showcase the ways in which companies can:

• Minimise waste
• Examine supply chain assets
• Identify best practice process and procedures
• Deliver commercial benefits that are embedded and sustainable
• Minimising empty transport journeys
• Contribute to environmental and commercial sustainability

By the end of the day you will have identified innovative ways to reduce wastage by changing elements within your supply chain.
This unique event will be held at DP World London Gateway, a state of the art deep sea container port and logistics park, where guests will also be able to go on a tour of the premises to view live operations and the latest developments.

Please note the delegate list for this event will be vetted by the host, DP World London Gateway, whose prerogative it is to accept or decline, without reason, a delegate’s attendance.

The role of Technology in Delivering Construction Products to Congested Urban Centres - This event has been cancelled.BOOK NOW
04/07/2017 18:30:00 - 04/07/2017 20:00:00

When: 4th July 2017, 18:00 for 18:30 - 20:00
Where: 3t Logistics, 5 Smith Way, Grove Park, Leicester, LE19 1SX

Speaker:  Brian Fisher, Distribution Manager, British Gypsum

Brian Fisher, Distribution Manager, British Gypsum, will be covering the development of British Gypsum’s UK logistics solution over the past 5 years. In particular he will focus on his, and British Gypsum’s response to the key competing issues of rapidly increasing demand, cultural shifts in the construction industry, cost control and well publicised Health and Safety concerns around urban deliveries of construction products.

British Gypsum are leading the sector’s efforts to make urban deliveries safer and create a culture of zero harm.   Brian will look at what role potential future legislation and, most significantly, technology will play in shaping the future for logistics in the sector.






Book online now or contact Membership Services, Tel: 01536 740104 or email: membership@ciltuk.org.uk quoting the event code: LCG0011.

Cost: Member: Free; Non-Member: Free

Preparing for a Challenging Future - Sponsored by Palmers Solicitors and Lloyds Bank in association with CILT and INVEST EssexBOOK NOW
05/07/2017 10:30:00 - 05/07/2017 13:00:00

When: 05 July 2017, 10:00 for 10:30 - 13:00
Where:  South Essex College , Thurrock Campus , High Street, Grays , RM17 6TF

Speaker:  Adam Chester - Head of Economics - Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking
                   Ian Arrowsmith - Associate Director - SME Financial Markets - Lloyds Bank
                   Lara Murray  - Associate Solicitor - Palmers Solicitors
                   Jeremy Sirrell - Partner - Palmers Solicitors
                   Speaker to be named - Port of Tilbury
                   Sanjeev Jeyakumar - Head of Sales and Business Development - Stowga

CILT Eastern Region - in Partnership with Palmers Solicitors , Lloyds Bank and INVEST Essex are pleased to present a seminar on the theme of future challenges which are likely to affect the logistics industry.

“Outlook for the UK economy”  Adam Chester -Head of Economics - Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking. Adam will share Lloyds Bank’s view of the likely challenges to the UK economy over the coming 12 months.

“How Lloyds Bank can support the Logistics sector”   Ian Arrowsmith , Associate Director - SME Financial Markets , Lloyds Bank

“Employment status in logistics employment”  Lara Murray – Associate Solicitor – Palmers Solicitors. As more “traditional” logistics companies are now being challenged to undertake home deliveries and employ or contract van drivers for this purpose, Lara will consider the implications of the recent case law involving drivers.

“Update on Current Traffic Law issues” Jeremy Sirrell – Partner – Palmers Solicitors

“Introduction to Tilbury 2” – Speaker to be named. Port of Tilbury will introduce their new plans for a new port on the River Thames 1 km downstream from the existing port.

 “Disruptive technologies in warehousing” – Sanjeev Jeyakumar  – Head of Sales and Business Development , Stowga.  Sanjeev will highlight how Stowga uses the internet to help warehouse operators meet the challenge of marketing their unused warehouse capacity.

Attendance is free of charge and includes a buffet lunch, but please register on :- Attendance is free of charge but please register on the following link – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/preparing-for-a-challenging-future-tickets-34459729980?aff=es2

*Parking at Grays Shopping Centre multistorey  or alternatively for those coming by train use Grays railway station - High Street is 5 minute walk from either location

Visit to Berkshire Museum of AviationBOOK NOW
09/07/2017 10:30:00 - 09/07/2017 17:00:00

When: 9 July 2017, 10:30 - 17:00
Where:  Museum of Berkshire Aviation, Mohawk Way, Woodley, Nr. Reading, Berkshire, RG5 4UE
Meeting Point: Car Park

We have been fortunate to secure a visit to the award winning Museum of Berkshire Aviation in Woodley.

Berkshire's dynamic contribution to aviation history is graphically recaptured at the museum. Run as a charitable trust, the museum is at the historic site of Woodley Airfield, near Reading, once the centre of a thriving aircraft industry. Miles and Handley Page aircraft built at Woodley are being re-constructed and exhibited along with fascinating pictorial records and priceless archives.



The museum welcomes group visits and runs an active educational programme for schools, linked to National Curriculum requirements, demonstrating the development of aviation techniques.

  

Book online now or contact Membership Services, Tel: 01536 740104 or email: membership@ciltuk.org.uk quoting the event code: TVG0348.

Please note:  Attendees will need to pay the £3.50 entry fee upon entry for the museum.

Managing Trade Compliance Complexity in a Modern Global Supply Chain: And the Impact of Brexit?BOOK NOW
12/07/2017 09:00:00 - 12/07/2017 11:00:00

Exclusive Roundtable Event

When: 12th July 2017, 08:45 (for 09:00) - 11:00
Where:
Oracle Corporation, 1 South Place, London, EC2M 2RB


In almost every industry and every supply chain, especially those with highly regulated goods, managing customs and trade compliance on a global scale is a complex task. From product innovation and development, through the procurement or manufacturing and movement of goods, trade compliance is an increasingly competitive differentiator in a modern dynamic supply chain.

Managing the critical exceptions often gets lost in the noise of everyday movements, and when compliance processes fail, both the shipment and the financial workflows can be adversely affected. Not only does the cost of doing business increase, the inability to deliver against promised lead times can hamper revenue growth. Hence, companies cannot afford to be reactive and wait for an incident to occur before analysing their customs and compliance processes. Leading companies explore and implement industry best practices, integrate trade compliance into their supply chain processes and put measures in place to bring visibility and control across their sites and country operations.

At progressive companies, trade compliance teams are always adapting, especially as they look to serve global markets to achieve their growth ambitions. They centralize and enforce compliance policies at a corporate level, standardize on modern automation platforms, and execute locally in each region.

In our exclusive roundtable event, we will:

• Learn how trade compliance has increased in importance and visibility within a modern supply chain
• Look at primary business drivers behind the emergence of modern, multiconnected and accessible trade management automation platforms especially cloud/subscription based models
• Hear how a leading manufacturer streamlined and standardized, their customs and compliance processes, to minimize risks, support growth, and yield a culture of global compliance
• Understand the complex and changing requirements with local government agencies and discuss how BREXIT may increase the focus on global trade management processes
• Round-up of the current global trade management research from leading analysts

Mark Corby, Chairman, Trade Facilitation Import/Export Panel (TFIEEP) will share his perspectives, having been involved in this domain for a long time.
Join us for the breakfast to discuss amongst peers. We look forward to seeing you there.

Breakfast will be provided. 

Book online now or contact Membership Services, Tel: 01536 740104 or Email: membership@ciltuk.org.uk quoting event code COR0345.

Cost: Members - Free; Non-Members - £00.00

 

Please note the delegate list for this event will be vetted by the host, Oracle, whose prerogative it is to accept or decline, without reason, a delegate’s attendance.

Business in Combat - Eradicating Modern Slavery from Corporate Supply ChainsBOOK NOW
21/07/2017 09:00:00 - 21/07/2017 15:00:00

When: 21 July 2017, 08:30 for 09:00 - 15:00
Where: Toyota Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd, Burnaston, DE1 9TA

This event builds on the Business in Combat seminar, which took place in March 2017 at the University of Derby's One Friar Gate Square site in Derby, and the Modern Slavery event the University hosted in 2016.

During the course of the workshop-style event, the aim is to develop and agree a practical action plan that can be implemented by law enforcement agencies and businesses alike, which will help to identify and eradicate modern slavery from corporate supply chains.

The event, which will take place at Toyota Motor Manufacturing’s production facility at Burnaston, Derby, is aimed at companies across the East Midlands, but particularly those with a turnover of more than £36m, who are legally bound by the Modern Slavery Act 2015 to ensure that their supply chains are free from trafficked or otherwise exploited labour.





To Book:

To attend, please fill in the booking form on the University of Derby website - Booking page  
Further details will be sent to delegates once they have booked their place.

Cost: Member: Free; Non-Member: Free

August 2017
Knowledge Centre Open DayBOOK NOW
10/08/2017 10:30:00 - 10/08/2017 12:45:00

 

When: Thursday 10 August 2017, 10:15 (for 10:30) - 12:45
Where: CILT UK, Earlstrees Court, Earlstrees Road, Corby, NN17 4AX

Speaker: Peter Huggins MILT, Knowledge Centre Manager, CILT

The CILT Knowledge Centre Open Day has been established to demonstrate, for both members and non-members alike, the capabilities and capacity of The Knowledge Centre regarding the provision of professional sector and topic-specific supply-chain, logistics and transport information.

Book online now or contact Membership Services, Tel: 01536 740104 or email: membership@ciltuk.org.uk quoting the event code: N0335.

 

November 2017
Knowledge Centre Open DayBOOK NOW
09/11/2017 10:30:00 - 09/11/2017 12:45:00

 

When: Thursday 9 November 2017, 10:15am (for 10:30am) - 12:45pm

Where:  CILT UK, Earlstrees Court, Earlstrees Road, Corby, NN17 4AX

Speaker: Peter Huggins, Knowledge Centre Manager, CILT

The CILT Knowledge Centre Open Day has been established to demonstrate, for both members and non-members alike, the capabilities and capacity of The Knowledge Centre regarding the provision of professional sector and topic-specific supply-chain, logistics and transport information.


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