System Training is one of the UK's leading and
most innovative training providers. We deliver Logistics training
from Driver CPC Training to Apprenticeships. We work with logistics
and utility companies, military and government departments, local
authorities, national corporations to small businesses and the
System Training also offer a range of apprenticeship programmes to help individuals develop the skills and experience required to excel in their chosen career. A range of training programmes are also provided to assist those looking to gain new skills to get back in to work.
System Training at the Institute of Couriers Heads of Industry at Heathrow
16 Jun 2016
There was standing room only at the IoC Heads of Industry hosted by West Thames College on Tuesday.
System Training at the Round Table Event
13 Jun 2016
LoCity Hydrogen power will be amongst the topics at the IOC Heads of industry fellows round table event June 14.
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- Develop the career you always wanted
- Earn a wage and avoid student debt
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- Reduce costs, enhance compliance and increase productivity
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- Harness our industry knowledge and expertise
- An individualised personal service
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*Up tp £250,000 funding is available for SMEs (50 employees or less).
CEMEX apprenticeship scheme
Successful Apprenticeships are most often
born from strong partnerships. Building materials company, CEMEX,
is currently running its Apprenticeship scheme with System Training
for a second year.
The year-long programme gives apprentices
a framework to achieve a Driving Goods Vehicle Apprenticeship Level
2 and a Category C+E licence. 70% of the programme is hands-on
experience, 20% involves coaching and mentoring and 10% coursework
and training so apprentices gain experience driving, develop skills
to work with customers, learn about health and safety and are
rewarded with a nationally recognized qualification.
The second cohort on CEMEX's Logistics
Apprenticeship scheme has started their one year course to become
highly skilled large goods vehicle drivers. The 15 young
people, all under 23 years old include the first woman Logistics
Apprentice, Christina Wilcox.
Following on from the first successful year, it was decided to extend the apprenticeship from the Aggregate Logistics team and include Cement Logistics, with apprentices based at two cement plants and nine aggregate sites. Christina Wilcox, as well as being the first woman Logistics apprentice is also one of the first six cement apprentices.
Pick-up expert help and advice
Government funding for training provision may be available to you.
Government funding may be available to help cover the costs of
your company training requirements. System Training offer expert advice
and assistance to identify, and apply for, relevant funding for
both individuals and businesses.
A range of apprenticeships are available that are fully-funded
for 16 to 18 year olds and part-funded for 19-24 year olds.
Apprenticeships are ideal for providing new employees with the
qualifications and essential skills needed to make business more
productive and profitable.
Helping to develop promising youngsters into loyal and productive employees who will add real value to the future success of your organisation.