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CP Chosen by BAE Systems

CP Training, the skills training and development arm of The Supply Chain Academy has been selected by the Aircraft Maintenance and Support function within BAE Systems, to devise and deliver its Supply Chain Career Pathway initiative. Following a number of joint...

MacAndrews Gain Benefits

The Supply Chain Academy recently held a successful ‘Personal Effectiveness’ workshop for niche supply chain and logistics company, MacAndrews & Company Limited, who are part of CMA CGM which is the third largest shipping container transport company in...

Another Boost For Faculty

The Supply Chain Academy have welcomed yet another industry leader to our cutting edge faculty, as Professor Edward Sweeney has joined the team to assist in our product delivery. Edward is Professor of Logistics, Head of the Engineering Systems & Management (ESM)...

40 Strong Trailblazer Meeting

More than 40 participants are due to attend tomorrow's Trailblazer Group meeting, which is being held and chaired by Universe Group at the Supply Chain Academy in Upminster. Attendees are arriving from a broad cross section of business, higher education and...

Darren Joins Our Faculty

The Supply Chain Academy were pleased to welcome Professor Darren Dalcher to our faculty recently, to assist in delivering our executive supply chain intuition and thought leadership products. Darren is Professor of Project Management at the University of...

Spring At The Academy

Its Spring at the Academy, so Michael Hurcum, our Group Marketing Manager, felt that was a great reason to get the camera out and take a tour of Upminster Court, home to the Supply Chain Academy and Uniserve Group Headquarters. If you would like to know more about...

Academy Courses Head North

The Supply Chain Academy is launching a range of courses that will be great news for northern based supply chain professionals, as they are being delivered at Leeds Trinity University. In conjunction with our ongoing partnership with Leeds Trinity, to develop the new...

Andreea Joins The Team

The Supply Chain Academy welcomed a new member of the team recently when Andreea Elefteriu joined as Training Manager. Andreea has over 20 years of experience in learning & organisational development (L&D) delivery and consultancy; gained while working with...

Michael Joins Marketing Team

The Supply Chain Academy's marketing team received a welcomed boost recently when Michael Hurcum joined us as Uniserve Group Marketing Manager. Michael is an innovative marketing and communications specialist with nine years’ experience managing campaigns for the...

The Academy in Parliament

The Supply Chain Academy attended parliament last week when Paul Stone, Group HR Director, met with MP’s at the House of Commons to talk about, amongst other things, Uniserve’s Degree Apprenticeship standard and the Supply Chain Academy’s collaboration with Leeds...

Last Call for Brexit Event

There are still a few places left for our next free event being held at Leeds Trinity University at the end of this month. Is Your Supply Chain Brexit Ready? - Wednesday 29th March 2017 Please join us to find out more about: Apprenticeships, including the development...

Degree Gets Green Light!

The degree apprenticeship proposal, chaired by the Supply Chain Academy and Uniserve Group, was today given government approval and listed as the occupational qualification for Supply Chain & Logistics. In a letter to Paul Stone, Uniserve Group HR Director, from...

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