New training for temperature-controlled logistics

Reading, UK:  The Food Storage and Distribution Federation (FSDF) has launched a range of training and skills solutions for the temperature-controlled logistics industry.

The FSDF’s Professional Development Pathway programme will be delivered in association with Skills for Logistics, City & Guilds  and other specialist business partners.

Chris Sturman, chief executive of the FSDF, says: “This is a great initiative to provide quality career training and development within the industry. We’re teaming up with other relevant leaders to provide a varied and dynamic training programme to benefit industry professionals.”

The Pathway qualifications include funded and full cost training packages that will help employers meet their legislative obligations and support staff career development.

The qualifications offered by the FSDF’s Professional Development Pathway programme includes Apprenticeships, Qualification Credit Framework – at all levels, Foundation Degrees, Masters Programmes and Higher Education qualifications.

As the FSDF aims to be the authoritative voice on skills development issues across the food and temperature controlled logistics sector, this new industry training programme proposes an initial offer that will continue to develop with the maturity of the FSDF’s Pathway Qualifications.

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