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Endorsed Short Courses

Endorsement is the process by which The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK works with training providers to grant a benchmark for quality standards in short course training and development.

The endorsement of short courses is a voluntary scheme designed to recognise high quality short courses which fall within CILT(UK) disciplines including logistics, supply chain, operations management and all transport.

CILT(UK) endorsed courses are aligned to the Institute’s Key Knowledge Areas (KKA) to ensure that the training programmes are relevant for our members.

For further information please email pd@ciltuk.org.uk 

List of organisations offering short courses endorsed by CILT(UK).

Acudemy Training

Course Duration

4 Days


This course will teach you the basics of Supply Chain Management (SCM). You will learn about the evolution of SCM, collaboration within the supply chain, and the effect of the system has on an organisation. You will be able to define organisational strategies, understand how to synchronise the supply chain, and how to use technology to maximise the value of the supply chain. The course will conclude with an exploration of the challenges that occur when implementing SCM systems across various sectors, along with the future implications for SCM systems: https://www.acudemy.com/courses/supply-chain-management/

Course Overview

The programme shall cover the following modules:

  • The evolution of Supply Chain Management
  • Managing the Supply Chain
  • Supply Chain Management Strategies
  • Supply Chain Partnerships
  • Supply Chain Planning and Inventory Management
  • Inventory Management
  • Supply Chain Management and e-Business Merge
  • Effective Supply Chains and e-Business
  • Supply Chain Transportation and Facility Design.

Contact

Name: Shameem Saidoo

Email Address: shameem.saidoo@acudemy.com

Phone Number: 02039079029

Construction Logistics

AtoH Solutions

Course: Site Access Traffic Marshal

Course Duration
A one day course (seven hours guided learning) leading to certification and inclusion on the register of Site Access Traffic Marshals: https://www.atoh.solutions/site-access-traffic-marshals/Course

Overview

Competent Site Access Traffic Marshals are recognised as a ‘Planned Measure’ within Construction Logistics Plans and are a key part of the planning consent process. Well-planned construction logistics help to improve the safety of vulnerable road users whilst reducing congestion and environmental impact. Course overview and objectives:

  • The principles of traffic management and the responsibilities of the Site Access Traffic Marshal
  • Directing and controlling vehicles in accordance with Health and Safety (Signs and Signals Regulations 1996) to ensure safe manoeuvring
  • Directing and controlling traffic using the ‘Stop Works’ sign in accordance with Traffic Signs Manual Chapter 8 to ensure safe site access and egress
  • Controlling vehicle movement to keep site traffic volumes at a manageable level through effective communication and radio procedure
  • Taking steps to protect members of the public using temporary segregation and effective communication
  • Checking vehicles for contractual road risk requirements in accordance with the CLOCS Standard and FORS accreditation
  • Appropriate action to take in the event of non-conformity to contractual road risk requirements
  • Immediate actions to take in the event of an incident, road traffic collision or security breach.

Contact 

Name: Glen Davies

Email Address: training@atoh.solutions

The Resource Group

Basic Logistics Training (Salam)

Contact

Name:Mark Brierley

Email: Mark.Brierley@ResourceGroup.co.uk

 

Transport Compliance

Delivery Type

E-Learning

Course Overview:

The package is comprised of eight E-Learning modules. The suite focuses on transport related legislation, compliance and overall workplace transport safety, to provide and overall workplace transport safety, to provide individuals who are responsible for transport related activities and operations with an understanding of their roles and responsibilities.

Contact

Name: Katie Robinson 

Email: Katie.robinson@the-resources-group.com

Morley Consulting

Course title: AEO Certified Practitioner

Course Duration
A four day course* leading to certification as an AEO Practitioner. 

Course Overview
AEO certification is a vital part of the UK Government’s post Brexit strategy for achieving the most frictionless borders possible.  Being able to demonstrate to companies that candidates have the in-depth knowledge and skills required to manage a company’s path to AEO certification and to successfully maintain the programme through renewal has been difficult until now.  Having completed this course candidates will have excellent, tangible evidence of their achievements in this area.  This valuable, practical and pragmatic course takes them through everything needed to succeed.

No prior knowledge of the AEO standard is required.   Candidates should be aged 18+.

All content is mandatory – there are no elective or optional elements.  

There is a mandatory Assessment test on the final day of the course.  Candidates must achieve 70% in order to pass.

The course offers 22 hours of CPD.

For more information, click here

 

Course title: Certificate of Customs Competency

Course Duration - Five modules* delivered over five days

Course Overview
Designed to give delegates the essential knowledge of customs procedures required to work in an operational role within an exporting, importing, transport or freight forwarding environment. It covers the requirements in a practical and pragmatic way ensuring delegates know how to operate legally and how to gain the benefits available for their organisation.

For more information, click here

Strategic Aviation Solutions International Inc (SASI)

Air Cargo Professional Advancement

Course Duration

3.5 Days

Course Overview

The Air Cargo Professional Advancement programme is aimed at all levels of management. Emerging leaders in the air cargo supply chain and anyone interested in learning more about supply chain management and aviation.

Experienced cargo, supply chain and learning practitioners facilitate a range of diverse topics relevant to the successful and profitable management of the air cargo business.

Key topics covered are global and industry trends, supply chain, compliance, commercial (marketing), financial and leadership requirements for all stakeholders in the air cargo supply chain. This programme provides participants with the critical work skills through engaging activities and peer learning to support innovative thinking and practical results in the workplace.

Contact

Name: Contact: Lilian Tan

Email Address: lilian.tan@sasi.co.hk

Phone Number: 02039079029

DisasterReady

Procurement and Logistics Certificate

Course Duration

5-hour assessment-based certificate program

How to register:

English:  https://www.disasterready.org/procurement-logistics-certificate?utm_source=CILT&utm_campaign=Procurement%20and%20Logistics

Arabic:  https://ar.disasterready.org/procurement-logistics-certificate?utm_source=CILT&utm_campaign=Procurement%20and%20Logistics

Course Overview

In this 5-hour assessment-based certificate program, comprised of online courses, interactive scenarios and a test, you will learn best practices in how to implement effective procurement and logistics for relief and development operations. Successful completion of the courses and passing a sixty-question test earns you a Certificate issued by Mercy Corps and DisasterReady and a digital badge recognizing you have accomplished the learning outcomes for this program.  All courses and the test are free and available in English and Arabic.

Mercy Corps and DisasterReady designed this program for professionals at any level with up to one-year experience in one of the four areas of procurement, warehousing, fleet management, or asset management, and/or in the humanitarian sector. 

Learning Outcomes

Inspired by real challenges faced by professionals working in the field, this assessment-based certificate program enables humanitarian organizations and staff to: 

  • Establish key standard operating procedures when working with suppliers, warehousing, storage, inventory, fleet management, and program staff
  • Systemize procurement and logistics processes and roles
  • Improve financial, legal, and distribution processes 

Contact

Email Address: info@DisasterReady.org

 

Apprise Consulting

Course Duration


2 days but can be extended to 3 if required: 

http://www.appriseconsulting.co.uk/downloads/warehouse-management-course.pdf

Course Overview

A well-managed warehouse is now recognised as a potential major source of competitive advantage as opposed to just another source of cost before product reaches the customer. To achieve this competitive advantage, it is important to choose the right type of operation, processes and equipment and them understand and continuously improve performance through appropriate measures and control.

Contact 

Name: Gwynne Richards

Email Address: gr@appriseconsulting.co.uk

Phone Number: 01446 500231

Cranfield School of Management

Supply Chain Management Programme

Contact name: Jane Roberts jane.roberts@cranfield.ac.uk

Transport for London

Construction Logistics Planner – Foundation

Course Duration


This new course is delivered in two one-day modules, Foundation and Practitioner. Delegates must complete the Foundation module before progressing onto achieve Practitioner status: 

Course Overview

A Construction Logistics Plan (CLP) is part of the planning consent process and provides the framework to minimise the impact of construction logistics. Well-planned construction logistics will reduce congestion, environmental impact and road risk, improving the safety of vulnerable road users. The CLP also helps reduce costs through efficient working practices and fewer deliveries.

The Construction Logistics Planner – Foundation qualification is a great place to start, shedding light on the purpose and methodology of CLPs.

The target audience for the course includes transport planners, property developers, construction contractors and logistics operators. This mixed audience will help delegates gain a better understanding of Construction Logistics Planning from all perspectives and to help efficiently prepare and assess more consistent, simplified CLPs.

Contact

Name: Peter Binham

Email Address: peterbinham@tfl.gov.uk

Phone Number:

 

Construction Logistics Planner – Practitioner

Course Duration

This new course is delivered in two one-day modules, Foundation and Practitioner. Delegates must complete the Foundation module before progressing onto achieve Practitioner status.

Course Overview

A Construction Logistics Plan (CLP) is part of the planning consent process and provides the framework to minimise the impact of construction logistics. Well-planned construction logistics will reduce congestion, environmental impact and road risk, improving the safety of vulnerable road users. The CLP also helps reduce costs through efficient working practices and fewer deliveries.

The ‘Construction Logistics Planner – Practitioner’ qualification is the practical bit, providing everything needed develop, assess and deliver CLPs effectively. On completion of this module, you will be allocated a CLP Practitioner number and recorded in an online register of qualified Practitioners – click here to see the current list.

You must have completed the Foundation module before progressing onto achieve Practitioner status.

Contact

Name: Peter Binham

Email Address: peterbinham@tfl.gov.uk

Phone Number:

Vehicle Transporter Training Ltd

Course title: VTT Certified Course (Module 2) and VTT Certified Course (Module 3)

Contact name: Sarah Scaife sarah@vehicletransportertraining.co.uk

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