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Employer Advisory Board

Logistics Skills Network is offering the opportunity for large employers with extensive learning and development requirements to become more involved in driving forward skills solutions for our industry, as members of our Employer Advisory Board. Recognising that logistics employers undertake some of the following education activities and will require representation with government, awarding organisations and other regulatory authorities to influence policy, we will develop initiatives around these themes.

Forklift training

  • Apprenticeships
  • LGV licence acquisition
  • Driver CPC and International Road Haulage CPC
  • Forklift Truck / MHE
  • ADR and Dangerous Goods Awareness
  • Driver assessments and inductions
  • Health & Safety
  • Bespoke in-house company specific training

Employer Advisory Board Participation

As a corporate member you would be invited to join an Employer Advisory Board to steer Logistics Skills Network in discussions with government and other stakeholders to influence policy for the benefit of the sector and your organisation.

By effectively creating a Sector Skills Council, it would also provide the opportunity to share best practice and form dialogue with other like-minded logistics operators who are seeking similar outcomes. This will prove to be an invaluable network providing information and pushing the boundaries of innovation.

Logistics Skills Network have set an employer advisory board to support organisations and their respective sectors.

Participating Members

GXO Logistics have recently become a corporate employer member of Logistics Skills Network.

GXO has recently joined Logistics Skills Network as a corporate member

GXO is a world leader in providing cutting-edge logistics solutions for multinational companies and blue-chip market leaders. As a spin-off of XPO Logistics, GXO has approximately 94,000 team members worldwide and more than 208 million square feet of warehouse space in 869 locations across 27 countries. Some of their global blue-chip customers include Apple, Nike, Nestlé and Whirlpool, along with high-growth companies in e-commerce and other key sectors, including apparel, technology, food and beverage and consumer electronics.

For more information about GXO, click here

We are now seeking additional members, which will assist us to provide substantiated evidence, whilst commanding more recognition from government to support the case for essential changes to benefit the sector and your organisation.

For more information, please contact us here or send an email to:

Paul Spink: paul.spink@logisticsskillsnetwork.co.uk