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CILT & Logistics Skills
& Training in the World
4th China Logistics Development Conference
Xuzhou 1 November 2017
Keith Ne...
Our CILT Education & Training Programmes
Globally
• International certificated programmes grew revenue by 30% in
2016 and ...
• A common approach and commitment to developing and delivering
quality education
• A common approach to knowledge sharing...
Requires QA,
attendance and
CPD points
awarded
Regulated
Qualifications
The CILT family of professional development offeri...
ciltinternational.org5
Accredited
Degrees
Industry
Bolt ons
Entry Award, Intro Cert,
Cert and Dip
Groups of Units
Stand Al...
Logistics Skills &
Partners in a World
Bank Project
• Professors Alan McKinnon & Kai Hoberg, Christoph Flothmann
• Major study across senior professionals in academia, busine...
Chart 8Prof. Dr. Alan McKinnon, Christoph Flöthmann, Prof. Dr. Kai Hoberg | KLU
WORLD BANK BACKGROUND
LOGISTICS COMPETENCE...
Chart 9Prof. Dr. Alan McKinnon, Christoph Flöthmann, Prof. Dr. Kai Hoberg | KLU
World Bank’s Logistics Performance Indicat...
SLIDE 10PROF. DR. KAI HOBERG
PROJECT OBJECTIVES
1. Identify reasons for skills and labor shortages
in logistics around the...
SLIDE 11PROF. DR. KAI HOBERG
PROJECT OVERVIEW
Phase 1 Phase 2
Key
activities
Outputs
 Literature review:
70 relevant pape...
Chart 12Prof. Dr. Alan McKinnon, Christoph Flöthmann, Prof. Dr. Kai Hoberg | KLU
FOUR CATEGORIES OF LOGISTICS EMPLOYEES
Op...
Chart 13Prof. Dr. Alan McKinnon, Christoph Flöthmann, Prof. Dr. Kai Hoberg | KLU
AVAILABILITY OF QUALIFIED STAFF: geograph...
Chart 15Prof. Dr. Alan McKinnon, Christoph Flöthmann, Prof. Dr. Kai Hoberg | KLU
REASONS FOR LOGISTICS SKILL DEFICIENCIES
...
Chart 17Prof. Dr. Alan McKinnon, Christoph Flöthmann, Prof. Dr. Kai Hoberg | KLU
% of respondents
0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 6...
SLIDE 19PROF. DR. KAI HOBERG
CONCLUSIONS
1. Our first phase provides evidence that confirms that there
is general shortage...
Thank you
Keith Newton
International Secretary General
@cilt_global
T: +44 (0) 7785 381566
E: keith.newton@ciltinternation...
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CILT & Logistics Skills & Training in the World

  1. 1. CILT & Logistics Skills & Training in the World 4th China Logistics Development Conference Xuzhou 1 November 2017 Keith Newton CILT International Secretary General ciltinternational.org0 China Logistics Development Conference
  2. 2. Our CILT Education & Training Programmes Globally • International certificated programmes grew revenue by 30% in 2016 and again in 2017 • Branding and marketing of country and international programmes is getting focus and alignment. • Our charitable aims & the global needs for quality education demand us to look to expand rapidly • 90% of our students are in Africa & Asia ciltinternational.org1 China Logistics Development Conference Education & Training growth
  3. 3. • A common approach and commitment to developing and delivering quality education • A common approach to knowledge sharing and pooling our collective tools and resources • A recognition that education, together with our members, is the main lifeblood of our organisation • Accessible to all markets globally whilst maintaining standards and international certification • A unified brand with a high standard of quality ciltinternational.org2 Our Education Mission
  4. 4. Requires QA, attendance and CPD points awarded Regulated Qualifications The CILT family of professional development offerings showing the spectrum from regulation / accreditation to CPD levels Accredited Qualifications Endorsed Courses e.g. Ofqual covering CILT UK formal qualifications CILT International qualifications Requires assessment and QA Recognition & Partnering Accredited Degrees to Membership Graduate Schemes CPD/Events Other professional bodies (e.g. ELA/ APICS) Other ciltinternational.org4 In company schemes
  5. 5. ciltinternational.org5 Accredited Degrees Industry Bolt ons Entry Award, Intro Cert, Cert and Dip Groups of Units Stand Alone Units Adv Dip Degrees Full Award CPD Attendance Only Industry Bolt ons Full Award Country specific option to require study of additional units to meet Government / National Qualification Framework needs Certificate & Diploma exam options Our CILT International Education Products
  6. 6. Logistics Skills & Partners in a World Bank Project
  7. 7. • Professors Alan McKinnon & Kai Hoberg, Christoph Flothmann • Major study across senior professionals in academia, business and government • Interview based with CILT facilitating 40 interviews across 20 countries • Wider interviews though UN, ILO & Inter American Development Bank • Focus groups & reference presentations at CILT Conventions in Dubai and Macao FIND THE REPORT through our CILT International website: http://www.ciltinternational.org/analysis-events/logistics-competencies- skills-training/ ciltinternational.org7 World Bank Study of Logistics Skills Led By Kuehne Logistics University, Germany
  8. 8. Chart 8Prof. Dr. Alan McKinnon, Christoph Flöthmann, Prof. Dr. Kai Hoberg | KLU WORLD BANK BACKGROUND LOGISTICS COMPETENCE MATURITY MATRIX recommendations are cumulative Recommendations to stakeholders in countries at different levels of logistics competence based on LPI 2014 ‘logistics quality and competence’ score
  9. 9. Chart 9Prof. Dr. Alan McKinnon, Christoph Flöthmann, Prof. Dr. Kai Hoberg | KLU World Bank’s Logistics Performance Indicator (LPI) survey Source: World Bank LPI Report 2016 The LPI is a composite scoring index that ranks countries’ logistics performance based on six criteria One of the six criteria is ‘Logistics Quality and Competence’ Relationship between LPI ‘logistics quality and competence’ score and the log of GDP per capita Quite high correlation, but numerous positive and negative outliers. Logistics competence is not simply determined by the level of economic development. Over-performers in green Under-performers in red China is 27th in ranking out of 160 countries China’s 2016 position significant over performance
  10. 10. SLIDE 10PROF. DR. KAI HOBERG PROJECT OBJECTIVES 1. Identify reasons for skills and labor shortages in logistics around the world, particularly in emerging economies 2. Examine the current state of training and staff development and suggest improvements based on best practice examples 3. Provide guidance for governments on how to upgrade the logistics workforce 4. Provide a toolkit for assessing the country- specific situations
  11. 11. SLIDE 11PROF. DR. KAI HOBERG PROJECT OVERVIEW Phase 1 Phase 2 Key activities Outputs  Literature review: 70 relevant papers and reports  Online questionnaire survey: 219 responses  Semi-structured interviews: 38 interviews  Focus group discussion: CILT Convention, Dubai Phase 1: Global overview on logistics competences and training Phase 2: Development of country assessment toolkit  Identification of 20 assessment areas  Development of maturity model for all 20 dimensions  Identification of relevant interviewees  Pilot assessment in Togo  Free summary report with best- practices in the world  Free toolkit for assessing the logistics skills capability in a country  Guiding document with 40 pages available
  12. 12. Chart 12Prof. Dr. Alan McKinnon, Christoph Flöthmann, Prof. Dr. Kai Hoberg | KLU FOUR CATEGORIES OF LOGISTICS EMPLOYEES Operative logistics / blue-collar staff e.g., truck driver, fork lift driver, warehouse picker Administrative logistics staff e.g., traffic planner, expediter, warehouse clerk Logistics supervisors e.g., team leader in warehouse, traffic controller Logistics managers e.g. responsible for transport, warehousing operations, supply chain management UK Skills for Logistics Professional development stairway
  13. 13. Chart 13Prof. Dr. Alan McKinnon, Christoph Flöthmann, Prof. Dr. Kai Hoberg | KLU AVAILABILITY OF QUALIFIED STAFF: geographical split 35% 52%40%35% 44% 38%33%32% In emerging markets, main shortage is at the managerial level In developed countries, main shortage is at the operative level Operative OperativeManager
  14. 14. Chart 15Prof. Dr. Alan McKinnon, Christoph Flöthmann, Prof. Dr. Kai Hoberg | KLU REASONS FOR LOGISTICS SKILL DEFICIENCIES 2 aspects of the problem: - difficulty in recruiting enough staff with the necessary qualifications and abilities - inadequate skill level in existing logistics employees • Steep increase in the level of logistical activity and related employment requirements • Nature and rewards of many logistics job considered poor and uncompetitive with other occupations • Poor image of logistics – low level, blue-collar, ancillary etc • Unhealthy demographic structure of employment in some sectors of the logistics market • Clustering of logistical activity concentrating demand for labour in areas where it is lacking • Technical sophistication of logistics has been outpacing the rate of skill development • University courses have not adapted rapidly enough to new logistics / supply chain challenges • Little reference to logistics in school curricula • Inadequate levels of training and apprenticeship in the logistics sector Main reasons: (vary by occupational level and level of economic development)
  15. 15. Chart 17Prof. Dr. Alan McKinnon, Christoph Flöthmann, Prof. Dr. Kai Hoberg | KLU % of respondents 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Recruitment at the management level Keeping salaries and benefits competitive Developing leadership skills Providing adequate training Retaining employees Recruitment at the supervisory level Recruitment at the operative level Maintaining good labour relations Recruitment at the administrative level recruitment at managerial level keeping salaries / benefits competitive developing leadership skills recruitment for administrative posts maintaining good labour relations recruitment at operative level providing adequate training retaining employees recruitment at supervisory level HUMAN RESOURCE CHALLENGES IN LOGISTICS OVER THE NEXT 5 YEARS - ALL REGIONS Source: online survey
  16. 16. SLIDE 19PROF. DR. KAI HOBERG CONCLUSIONS 1. Our first phase provides evidence that confirms that there is general shortage of qualified logistics staff at all levels 2. Logistics skills shortage has many causes – we need a range of policies and actions to correct it 3. Toolkit has been developed to help governments assess logistics skills shortages 4. Recommendations from toolkit should provide recommendations for governments on how to proceed
  17. 17. Thank you Keith Newton International Secretary General @cilt_global T: +44 (0) 7785 381566 E: keith.newton@ciltinternational.org ciltinternational.org20 China Logistics Development Conference

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