Truck and Track Spring 2023

Truck and Track Spring 2023 80 CILT(UK) Organisation and are essential for Transport Managers wishing to maintain best-practice and compliance. Sessions are available throughout the year. Your structured pathway to success: The CILT(UK) Competency Framework is a key element in our goal to effectively support organisations, employers, employees and those considering entering the profession in understanding the competencies required for success. Many organisations have professional development frameworks in place and this resource will serve to inform and enhance what already exists within the areas of logistics, transport and supply chain operations. The framework supports the imminent launch of professional designations which define professional identity and indicates competency and credibility, showing commitment to the sector, a dedication to ongoing CPD and aspirational career development. Over the coming months, CILT(UK) will be focusing on four key areas in order to actively help organisations nurture talent, guide those already in the industry and support the next generation; the people who promote profitable solutions and propel the national economy. Who should use the competency framework? Employees: to identify requirements for a career in the profession and specific areas for improvement Employers: to inform job descriptions, identify skills gaps and necessary learning for staff development Seniority doesn’t necessarily equate to advanced knowledge and experience in every task a person oversees. For example, a senior manager in an organisation could have level 6 skills, knowledge and experience in core workplace competencies and level 3 in several technical areas. Taking this further, a Warehouse Manager will not have insight into the technical specifics of every task carried out in an operation, and so needs an awareness of how each task fits into the bigger picture. Scan here to see the latest version of the CILT(UK) Competency Framework.