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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2011
53 FUTURE FREIGHT NETWORKS 2011X company profile Ask most people in the Australian logistics, transport and supply chain sector if they planned this as their career path and many will laugh. Most have ended up there by default rather than design, and have stayed on because they enjoy the challenges, the people and the progress. After a few years experience, many have developed careers managing transport fleets, inventory or warehouses valued in the millions of dollars, or procuring goods and services to similar values. Such people, from military and civilian roles, have significant industry knowledge and yet historically have been unable to obtain commensurate academic recognition at an adequate postgraduate level. This has now changed in Australia as of 2011. UNE Partnerships (of the University of New England), in a joint venture with The Logistics Training Group, is introducing the long-standing and well respected Professional Diploma in Logistics & Transport of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT) UK. This blended workshop/self-paced, distance learning program is taught at postgraduate level, without requiring a prior degree as entry is based on experience. It offers Australian and international recognition at a professional level. In addition, Diploma graduates may be eligible to enrol in and “bridge” to the one-year Masters program (MLSCM) via Massey University. This academically rigorous, internationally recognised UK/EU qualification is used by companies such as Maersk, Schneider Electric, DHL, as well as the military. The qualification is relevant for middle to senior managers in roles involving importing, exporting, trucking, rail, shipping, air cargo, freight forwarding, warehousing, inventory, production planning, mining, agriculture, retail logistics, procurement, supply chain and international trading – people who are the backbone of the Australian logistics and supply chain sector. Walter Glass Director at Corporate Logistics Ltd/ The Logistics Training Group Professional Diploma in Logistics & Transport A postgraduate level qualification that bridges the ‘applied-academic’ gap UNE Partnerships Pty Ltd - The Education & Training Company of the University of New England 1800 066 128 www.unep.edu.au Professional Diploma in Logistics & Transport Discover how training makes a difference • Project Management • Facilities Management • Business Management • Human Resource Management A complement to our customised training in: maintain your momentum Professional development for middle to senior managers responsible for logistics or supply chain management Logistics & Transport Council Size:125mm deep x 177mm wide Deadline:16/3/2011 314869AE RHP_UNE Parterships | 1699.indd 24 3/17/11 9:59 AM