The training will be held in Houston 8-9 October, 2012, in conjunction with the Breakbulk Americas conference and exhibition at the George R. Brown Convention Center and Hilton Americas.
Project cargo management specialist and general manager of the Project Professionals Group, Kevin Stephens, and professional communication consultant and educator Rodger Hall have customised the training modules to ensure the heavy-lift freight forwarding sector is better qualified to tackle the demands of increasingly complex, multi-model projects.
Mr Stephens said one of the major reasons for failure was lack of skills and experience to counter the often unexpected challenges arising during a project.
“Mismanaging project cargo not only adds significant additional costs but severely damages corporate reputation,”
“This training incorporates contemporary industry experience and contexts in the teaching and learning process and as a result has been well received by previous participants.”
The ISO accredited two-day training course is open to all project forwarders, general freight forwarders and industry partners.
Previous courses have also attracted middle to senior management and junior personnel from the railway sector, port authorities, heavy engineering and construction industries, road transport, ship owners and stevedoring industries, as the course is designed to bring clarity and understanding from all sides of the equation.
Investment in the two-day training is US$1,800 per person; US$1,650 for 2 – 3 persons; US$1,500 for 4 or more persons.
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