ASCG launches in-house training programme

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With a firm focus on upskilling its workforce, end-to-end supply chain experts, Advanced Supply Chain Group (ASCG) has launched an in-house training programme.

The programme kicked off with a week-long ‘train the trainer’ course which saw representatives from across the business receive their initial training. Each participant successfully completed this phase and is now prepared to undertake their roles as trainers.

The business is in the process of designing in-house courses for all levels and all departments which will be delivered by the new in-house trainers. These courses are being developed with a focus on delivering and driving the business’ six core values – customer first, agility, respect, people, innovation and excellence.

This comes as part of a wider commitment to upskill employees which sees staff on outsourced training programmes including the ILM Leader & Management Qualification.

Group Head of ISO & Skills Excellence at ASCG, Sue Chapman said: “We are committed to investing in our people at all levels to provide a platform for career-long development. This training aims to equip our staff with the skills and knowledge to give them a long and prosperous careers with ASCG.

“Feedback so far has been brilliant and we hope that as the scheme is rolled out business-wide. The whole team benefit from an informative – and, hopefully enjoyable – learning process.”

This news comes on the back of the business’ launch of its inaugural graduate scheme which has seen four trainees begin a tailored programme across the finance, operations, commercial and transport departments.

 

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