Building materials company Cemex will run its apprenticeship scheme for the second year running. The year-long programme, run in conjunction with System Training, gives apprentices what it describes as a “framework to achieve a Driving Goods Apprenticeship Level 2 and Category C + E licence”. The company is looking to recruit 18 people to train at locations across the UK, including six who will work at its three UK cement operations in Rugby, South Ferriby in Lincolnshire and Tilbury. The […]
Cemex has developed an apprenticeship scheme to attract young people into the business, then trains them to be safe and competent drivers.
As the UK inflation rate rose through the year to reach 3.1% in November, the highest in nearly six years, 2017 saw industrial unrest gather momentum in the logistics sector, as drivers demanded increased pay or bridled against company measures to cut costs.
Dr Ross Moloney has been officially appointed as chief executive of Skills for Logistics (SfL).