LEVEL 2 APPRENTICESHIP
Logistics apprenticeships are a reliable way of growing your own talent in your own workplace and helping to introduce younger drivers to the logistics industry.
Benefits that apprenticeships contribute towards include:
- Improving productivity in the workplace
- Increasing employee satisfaction
- Reducing staff turnover
- Reducing recruitment costs
HOW IT WORKS?
- Apprenticeships are work-based training schemes that combine work with study and result in a programme which is business-focussed.
- APPRENTICESHIP: Driving Goods Vehicles: Articulated/Drawbar Driver
- LEVEL: 2 (equivalent to GCSEs at grades A* to C)
- DAY RELEASE: eg. One day a week at Merlin Supply Chain locations
- BLOCK RELEASE: eg.One week at Merlin Supply Chain locations.
- EMPLOYERS LOCATION: Merlin Supply Chain Solutions comes to your workplace
END POINT ASSESSEMENT:
- The LGV Driver Level 2 apprenticeship contains an end-point assessment by an independent organisation to ensure that all apprentices follow the same standard and are assessed consistently.
ABOUT THE LGV DRIVER LEVEL 2 APPRENTICESHIP
LGV DRIVER LEVEL 2 APPRENTICESHIP
- Safe, controlled and fuel efficient driving techniques relating to driving an LGV
- Safe use of equipment and machinery
- Vehicle preparation, including vehicle safety checks/inspections, defect reporting, safety requirements, loading, securing, unloading processes
- Protect the vehicle and associated loads
- Planning and preparing processes
- Basic IT applications and other relevant technology and systems and how these are reported by use of Key Performance
- Relevant regulation and legislation governing the supply chain industry specific to the role
- How to communicate effectively with customers and colleagues appropriately,
in line with situation and organisational style
- Structure of the industry; the modes of transport and how these affect transport operations
- Importance of delivering excellent customer service to customers and colleagues
- Proposed and actual changes to systems, processes and technology used in the industry
- Environmental impact of the industry, sector and role and how this can be minimised -
safe and fuel efficient driving techniques
- How the role can affect health; the need to maintain a level of fitness appropriate to their role
- The implications of city restrictions - congestion charging - night restrictions - route restrictions -
vehicle equipment requirements
- The implications of driving on roads alongside vulnerable road users, such as cyclists, pedestrians, motor cyclists
Enquire now about MERLIN ACADEMY APPRENTICESHIPS
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