Approved Apprenticeship Provider
Our group had some exciting news this week when it was confirmed that CP Training Services – the training and qualifications arm of our Supply Chain Academy – have now been approved as an apprenticeship training provider.
The Education and Skills Funding Agency (EFSA) deemed that their expertise, delivery and course content in the supply chain subject made them eligible to deliver training for apprenticeships and worthy of a place on the register of apprenticeship training providers (RoATP).
CP are therefore currently approved to deliver the following apprenticeships, with more to follow soon:
- Level 6 Supply Chain Leadership Professional Degree
- Level 2 STO 257 Large goods Vehicles (LGV) Driver
- Level 2 STO 259 Supply Chain Warehouse Operative
- Level 3 STO 384 Team Leader Supervisor
- Level 3 STO 238 HR Support
- Level 3 STO 201 Supply Chain Practitioner(FMCG)
- Level 3 STO 336 Transport Planning Technician
- Level 3 STO 647 Transports and Warehouse Operations Supervisor
- Level 5 STO 646 Transports and Warehouse Operations Manager
- Level 5 STO 385 Operations and Departmental Manager
CP Training provide outstanding business led courses for managers and aspiring managers and have more recently been delivering a number of courses that are mapped to specific apprenticeship standards, which includes degree apprenticeships.
The RoATP approval means that businesses can now work with them using their apprenticeship levy as a means to invest in and develop their most valuable assets – their people.
CP Training have been the go-to supply chain specialists for over 20 years and are now hosting the majority of their courses at the world’s only learning resource centre that focuses solely on the supply chain – the Supply Chain Academy.
For further information on our apprenticeship solutions and how the apprenticeship levy can be applied, please call 01708 259450 or email email@example.com.
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