Skills for Logistics hosts employer conference
Skills for Logistics' second annual employer conference is to focus on the role of people development in driving up the performance of logistics businesses in the UK.
The Sector Skills Council for logistics industries is hosting the event on 27 September 2006 at Towcester Racecourse, Northamptonshire.
The conference keynote speech will be delivered by Hugh Sumner, director of Olympic transport at Transport for London.
Ian Hetherington, chief executive of Skills for Logistics, said: "We are hoping to build on the success of last year's event by delivering a stimulating and lively conference.
"Additional topics to inspire discussions will include competence in logistics, the need for training in senior management and whether logistics really needs vocational degrees.
"The aim of the conference is to provide those working at an operational management level with the opportunity to become more engaged in continuous professional development and provide instant feedback on the real training and skills development needs of the industry."
Skills for Logistics says the conference is open to all managers concerned with skills and staff development from logistics businesses of any size. Delegates will be charged £100 for bookings paid for before Friday 28 July, any bookings made after that date will cost £150.
For more information, visit: www.skillsforlogistics.org and click on the link for employer conference 2006.
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