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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2011
78 Women Moving Forward Mentoring Program This program is conducted jointly by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Australia (CILTA) and ALC. Over 350 women representing over 130 companies have been part of Women Moving Forward. A program involving 70 participants started on 3 February and registrations are now open for the next program that begins on 23 June 2011. The program incorporates a high-quality, self-paced and cost-effective mentoring program, targeting the retention and development of women in T&L. It identifies what women want in their professional and personal lives and helps get them there. It is open to all women in T&L: undertaking any role, located in any region, or working for any T&L company or government department. The Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads (DMTR) and the Queensland Office for Women have been active partners in the program. Other agencies and companies, including the NSW Roads and Traffic Authority, the ANL Container Line and DP World, have registered a number of their staff members to participate. Guest Speakers included: Air Vice-Marshall Margaret Staib » (Department of Defence) Tania Whyte (Linfox) » Michael Blucher (the third half) » Louise Perram-Fisk (Queensland DMTR) » Dr Hermione Parsons (Institute for Logistics and » Supply Chain Management, Victoria University) Sue McCarrey (Department of Transport WA). »