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Project cargo training attracts international interest

A new project cargo training course especially designed for rising company stars has already attracted participants from eight countries. There are some places remaining for the course but nominations from supply chain management companies close on December 31.

Held in Mumbai from January 28-29, the Certificate of Achievement in Project Cargo Management has attracted nominations from India, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Philippines, Belgium, USA, Kazakhstan and Thailand.



Managed by the Project Professionals Group, the course was developed at the request of freight forwarding professionals following concerns about the critical international skills shortage in the supply chain and logistics industry.



PPG General Manager Kevin Stephens said the training represented a very worthwhile investment of $US1500 per person, and was not just open to PPG members but other businesses and organizations who wanted to add value through skills training that otherwise could take many years to acquire.



Program topics covered key areas and were broken up into easy-absorbed modules that focused on practical training in industry best-practice that could be effectively applied in the workplace from day one.

A course outline and further information is available on request to Kevin Stephens info@wwproject.net



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