TRAINING: Imperial Logistics Certifies 145 Learners
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To date, Imperial Logistics Learnership Programme for learners with disabilities has featured 31 Black Female learners completing one of three learnerships pitched at NQF level 3. These were either the National Certificate in Business Administration, National Certificate in Freight Handling or National Certificate in Call Centre Management, said Abrie de Swardt, Imperial Logistics Marketing Director.
The programmes certified are long-term programmes, linked to National Qualifications, which have required significant effort from our learners. Participating member companies put in a lot of effort with the end goal being to improve logistics as a business and grow the individual, he said. For most of the learners with disabilities, it was the first time in being exposed to the workplace.
Imperial Logistics Graduates Programme
The Group currently has 108 graduates in training, with over 120 having completed the Graduate Development Programme since its inception in 2008. This programme provides graduate achievers with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience within a global leader in logistics and supply chain management.
The certified learners were all from Imperial Logistics member companies>
Imperial Logistics talent pipeline is developed through a variety of management and leadership development programmes, graduate and on-the-job development through sector-specific programmes, bursary schemes, apprenticeships, skills programmes and learnerships.
The Imperial Logistics Group
The Group is a registered CIMA Training Partner and is undertaking the industrial engineering professional development programme in conjunction with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA).
People remain a critical enabler of operational and innovation excellence in logistics and supply chain management. Whether in a developing or developed market context, consistent skills development is imperative to ensure that today and tomorrows skills base effectively contributes to balancing processes and technology in value chains, concluded de Swardt, Imperial Logistics Marketing Director.
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