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Routes to Logistics

Helping you into the growing logistics sector

The Port of Tilbury, London’s fastest growing port, is launching a new training programme, called Routes to Logistics, with opportunities for over 200 local residents who are currently unemployed.

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The fully funded programme will run an introductory training course of up to three days focussing on working in the transport and logistics industry with the aim of building people’s career aspirations and developing follow on support and training, tailored to the individual to help them get back into the workplace.  

The course includes access to key accredited courses including First Aid, Health and Safety, Fork Lift Novice Licence and an IOSH managing safety course with additional e-learning modules that can be accessed remotely and cover all aspects of personal development, accredited health and safety, and aspects of the logistics industry.

The project develops local pathways to the businesses, customers and projects associated with the Port of Tilbury and UK plc.

With limited places available please register your interest by emailing [email protected] with your contact details including your address and one of the team will call back within a week to confirm eligibility and next steps.

 

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