November 1 - Project cargo training designed to fast track skills that otherwise could take many years to acquire and aimed at "rising stars" in companies who want to strengthen team working in the heavy lift project forwarding sector, was held as part of
The Fourth PPG-Sun Communications 'Project Forwarding Education Course' was held in conjunction with this event, with 26 students successfully completing the Certificate of Achievement in Project Cargo Management at the end of the programme. Participating students came from USA, Brazil, Canada, Mongolia, Mexico and the UK.
The Certificate of Achievement in Project Cargo Management, a two-day training course, is open to all companies involved with the management of heavy lift, project cargo and over dimensional freight forwarding and has also been successfully held in Mumbai, Bremen and Singapore.
"It is not a technical course, but rather focuses on powerful ideas that are guaranteed to expand thinking, challenge assumptions and take the attendees project forwarding acumen to a higher level. The companies who have sent representatives to the training have demonstrated a firm commitment to the
professional development of their staff and regard training as a strategic and urgent investment," says industry veteranKevin Stephens, one of the organisers of the programme.
The next Certificate of Achievement in Project Cargo Management is scheduled for January in Singapore. E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org to request further information.