Scania has stopped offering would-be professional drivers HGV licence acquisition training because the market has become “highly competitive”. It was the first truck manufacturer to deliver the service, but according to the company it has now taken the decision to stop. Paul Johnson, Scania (Great Britain) general manager – connected, driver and fleet services, said: “In terms of Scania Driver Services, nothing is changing – Scania’s driver training, familiarisation programmes and ongoing coaching services will all continue to operate in […]
Transport for London (TfL) has given Fleet Source the go-ahead to deliver FORS-funded training on road safety and environmental responsibility during lockdown.
Trailblazer group requests procedural review of apprenticeship funding after only £6,000 offered to employers
The road haulage Trailblazer Group (TBG) is seeking a procedural review after being informed that just £6,000 has been allocated to fund two new LGV Driver Apprenticeships by the Institute for Apprenticeships & Technical Education (IFATE).
Howard Tenens has added two more dedicated 26-tonne dedicated gas Scania rigids to its fleet after the “highly successful” trial of its initial two units, which joined the operation in October 2017.