Do you have a succession plan ?

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Do you have a succession plan or CPD programme in place for your transport manager and planners?

Good succession planning protects your business in the event of a key member’s retirement or untimely departure. Not only does it mean the business is prepared, it also gives employees a direction and goal to work towards.

If employees know you are investing in their training and development within the company, then they will more likely buy into and commit to the long-term business objectives.

The Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) in Road Transport Operations Management is a key plank in your succession plan.

Course duration

100 hours tuitionTraining schedule in preparation for the November 2021 exam

October

Wednesday 6, Thursday 7, Friday 8

Wednesday 13, Thursday 14, Friday 15

Wednesday 20, Thursday 21, Friday 22

November

Wednesday 3, Thursday 4, Friday 5

Wednesday 10, Thursday 11, Friday 12

Exam date

Wednesday 24 November 2021

The exam is now an Open Book format allowing candidates to bring their CILT training manual to the exam. The examinations are set and run by CILT (The Chartered Institute ofLogistics & Transport).

The course is designed for those who need to obtain the Transport Management CPC Qualification to act as transport manager for a road transport business (haulage and passenger)It is also beneficial for those who want to upskill and enhance their career opportunities.The course is delivered on a part-time basis to enable students sufficient time to study and review material between classes and work commitments.

Training delivery

This course is trainer-led and will be delivered online via Zoom.

Start time Daily 9am-1pm and 2-5pm

Course cost

Price on application

Cost includes

CILT training manual

FTA Ireland designed study workbooks & copies of past papers • Mock exams

Exam Fee: €285 per person paid directly to CILT by trainee when registering for the exam (online registration & payment).

For more information contact FTAI on 01 8447516 / 086 4133507 or email info@ftai.ie

 

 

 

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