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Skills transfer to Civvy Street

[ October 8, 2012   //   ]

Skills for Logistics has won £1.14 million, under the third phase of the UK Commission for Employment and Skills’ Employer Investment Fund to deliver a programme for transition from military to civilian logistics for up to 1000 people leaving the armed forces.

SfL will develop information advice and guidance (IAG) tools specifically aimed at service leavers and their subsequent employers and develop a framework for work placements including employer-led and delivered civilian appropriate training for driving, warehouse, traffic office and logistics’ administrative roles. It will also set up a Local Logistics Community Network to test the roll out of work placements including on-the-job training, guaranteed interviews and feedback and deliver the same in its existing LLCNs.

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