forward academy invited recruiters from transport and logistics for the collegial exchange of experience after Wettenberg anticipation is the best joy is known. And so the Training Institute specialising in transport and logistics academy brought forward”1 free day of training on March 18, 2011 30 HR decision-makers an experience of a special kind: from the company’s headquarters in the Central Hessian Wettenberg it went together in a two-hour hike over romantic field – and forest roads up on the medieval castle Gleiberg. There the invited HR managers exchanged with numerous experts on future issues in education and training. Wettenberg, 04 April 2011 demographic change shows his face: shrinking population, declining birth rates, fewer and fewer young professionals and an aging workforce also the transport and logistics industry make difficult to create. The companies, which predicted challenges to overcome, and in particular the attempt with individual personnel development concepts To alleviate the skills shortage. “On one point all the experts agree: without well-trained career changers, the future of the logistics sector in Germany looks bleak”, know Stefan Urke, Managing Director of forward academy. Together with an experienced team of trainers he has developed a training concept, under the name of fit4logistics”at the start goes and has a modular structure.
Stefan Urke: The first training cycle will begin in August. Currently we talk with many companies, as well as with the employment agency, which is intended to promote our offer.” Free day 1 of training”could inform the present personal first-hand about the concept, the target groups and its applications. HOLM: Platform for know-how transfer to the Castle came also Professor Dr. Stefan Walter. ‘ The Managing Director of the House of logistics and mobility “(HOLM) strongly warned to equate the excellent technical infrastructure with professional expertise: we are according to studies, while logistics champions ‘ but not due to our competence.