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Workshops to the World at Multimodal

[ March 10, 2016   //   ]

Workshops at this year’s Multimodal show will include ’s education programme will include an intensive professional development course aimed at air cargo professionals. The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) will run its three-day Professional Development Workshop programme during the show, from 10 to12 May at the Birmingham NEC.
The programme gives an appreciation of the entire air cargo supply chain and covers market and competitive analysis, brand and revenue management, understanding and analysing financial statements, business ethics, and leading teams.
The education programme will also cover shipping. World Shipping Council Vice President Lars Kjaer will join experts from the International Cargo Handling and Coordination Association (ICHCA), the TT Club, and the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) for a session hosted by the Freight Transport Association (FTA) on the new IMO container weighing regulations.
Multimodal director, Robert Jervis, said: “There is an unprecedented wave of new legislation affecting all sectors of our industry and it has never been more important to be well informed and prepared.
“At the same time, we need to ensure that we are nurturing the next generation of industry leaders, and so we are pleased to include the TIACA workshop as part of that commitment.”
The FTA’s seminar day, on t11 May, includes a session on the new EU Union Customs Code, as well as the Home Office Haulier Security Accreditation Scheme.
Multimodal has also teamed up with the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) for a programme on 10 May, which includes a look at packing and securing containers as well as a workshop on getting business started in Asia.

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TIACA’s programme is designed by Strategic Aviation Solutions International (SASI) and led by its senior executive director,Stan Wraight, executive director, learning and development, Lilian Tan, and associate and chair of TIACA’s- education and research committee, Charles Edwards – all pictured left with their latest group of students in Hawaii.

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