Dennis launches e-training service for forwarding community

Andy Dennis, a UK freight industry veteran with 30 years’ experience, has launched Advisory Training ─ an e-learning resource for the freight forwarding community.
The courses are accredited and certified by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development’s CPD scheme, which promotes in-work learning.
Delegates can complete a full suite of training courses covering freight forwarding, international logistics and skills development. Alternatively, they can select individual modules for £19.99 + UK VAT, where applicable.
Suitable for both freight forwarders and importers/exporters, topics include shipping by all modes, terms of shipment, claims and insurance, dangerous goods, Customs, risk and liability, customer service and communication.
Industry professionals can bolster their regional knowledge by completing modules on specific geographic markets, while custom and bespoke programmes are also offered.
Comments managing director Dennis: "Freight forwarding is a specialist profession and our goal is to establish the industry benchmark for training provision. As well as boosting practical skills, investment in training leads to increased confidence, improved customer services and fewer workplace errors.
"These courses have been developed with the benefit of my decades of experience in international trade, while also reflecting the latest demands of the industry."

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