The Logistics and Transport Business

The Thames Estuary is a hub of logistic and transport businesses and there has never been a better time to work in logistics. To help meet the needs of employers we have a dedicated logistics and transport team at the college who work in partnership with companies on their workforce development.

Our clients include Tesco, Simarco, Huntingdon Council, Conway, Aldi, Wincanton and Welch Transport.

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Logistics and Transport Courses

Browse and apply for our courses covering the logistics and transport industry.

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Developing your apprenticeship programme

Whether you need one or two hundred apprentices in your organisation we can tailor our offer to help you. Read about our partnerships with Tesco, Simarco, Huntingdon Council, Conway, Aldi, Wincanton and Welch Transport.

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Logistics newsletter 2022 May

Contents: HGV Bootcamp, Supply Chain Practitioners, Driving Test Centre

Why choose us?

  • Award winning team

    Last year the College was named winner in the Collaboration in People Development category at the Talent in Logistics Awards, which recognise excellence within the logistics sector.

  • Industry specialists

    We employ a team of specialists who understand the needs and challenges of the sector, led by Mark Bentley, Director of Logistics whose background includes senior management roles in the logistics sector, working with Royal Mail, Unipart, Boots the Chemist, Initial Rentokil and Dairy Crest. 

  • Competitively priced

    We are competitive priced for courses we offer. In addition, any profits generated are fed back into the college which in turns invests in the future of South Essex young people.

  • Thurrock based training location

    With easy access to the M25, London Cruise Terminal and airports.

 If you have any workforce needs and would like to explore working with our dedicated team then contact, follow us on twitter or call 01375 362683 or 01375 362636.