22 Sep

Events

By popular demand workshops will continue to run during 2017 introducing schools, colleges, universities and training organisations to Business on the Move all over the UK.

Workshops are sometimes arranged by an existing sponsor, sometimes by a business that is looking for an effective way to engage with (a) local school(s) and sometimes by schools, colleges and universities directly. The common denominator is seeing Business on the Move as an effective and powerful way to excite young people about the importance of supply chains and the opportunities available today in business.

If you want more detail, please contact us in the first instance at info@businessonthemove.org

Date

Host

Where

Thursday, May 18,

 2017

Marks & Spencer

in association with School Improvement Service

George Spicer Primary School in

Enfield, Middlesex

Tuesday, June 6

Supply Chain Leaders’ Hub (courtesy of ‘Open Text’)

Hilton Waldorf in London

Thursday, June 22

Talent in Logistics Awards & Conference

(courtesy of RTITB)

Telford

In Shropshire

Thursday, July 6

DP World

(working with Essex teachers/trainers)

London Gateway

in Essex

Wednesday, October 4

University of London (introducing MSc International Supply Chain Management)

Campus in Egham, Surrey

Wednesday, November 29

Clipper Logistics

(working with graduates/new recruits)

Northampton

Date in 2017

yet to be confirmed

 

North Warwickshire & Hinckley College

Nuneaton Campus in Warwickshire (tbc)

Date in 2017

yet to be confirmed

 

Customs Clearance Ltd

Probably in Middlesex (precise location tbc)

Date in 2017-18

yet to be confirmed

 

PGS Global Logistics

In Birmingham

Date in 2017-18

yet to be confirmed

 

DHL

Provisionally in Northampton

 

National Launch - Held on June 27, 2014, at Hamilton House, The National Union of Teachers’ headquarters in central London

Download Business on the Move Launch Event Evaluation here


School Trials 2011-13
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