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Logistics UK delighted to welcome candidates back to classroom training
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has confirmed that classroom training for a wide range of professional transport qualifications, including Driver CPC (Certificate of Professional Competence) and Transport Manager CPC, can restart from next Monday (12 April 2021) in England and Wales.
When the COVID-19 virus swept the UK last spring, classroom training courses had to be abruptly cancelled. Logistics UK’s training team, however, showed its resilience by adapting its course content to suit the times. This has often led to a ‘blended’ approach, where candidates can be self-directed using e-learning or live online digital packages with an instructor on hand to provide coaching and advice throughout the course.
David Jordan, Deputy Operations Director, Logistics UK, (pictured) said, “We are delighted that DVSA has confirmed an anticipated restart date of 12 April 2021 for all classroom-based periodic training, in line with the national roadmap out of lockdown.
“During the COVID-19 restrictions, Logistics UK has worked hard to maintain its leading position as a provider of accredited courses for logistics professionals by offering a suite of online learning packages. However, we are keen to resume face-to-face classroom training, which fully complements our online digital offering. We look forward to welcoming back candidates across the UK who wish to progress and develop their careers in the logistics industry.”
Logistics UK’s training team celebrated its 40th anniversary last year, and during the last decade the Transport Manager CPC has become its flagship product. More than 800 candidates qualify as Transport Managers with Logistics UK every year, making it the leading provider of this qualification nationally.
Published On: 08/04/2021 17:00:44