The PPG Certificate in Project Cargo Forwarding training workshop from 26-27 March, 2018, in Shanghai signifies new opportunities for the hard working in the Year of the Dog.
In the Chinese zodiac the dog is regarded as an auspicious animal and 2018 is expected to bring prosperity particularly for those who, like the dog, work hard are intelligent and utilise training and discipline.
Project forwarders and those involved with support services including terminal operators, and shippers, or new entrants interested in joining the project freight sector, can register for the ISO-accredited training to be held at the InterContinental Shanghai Expo Hotel during Breakbulk China.
The course includes a USB Flash Drive with over 70 proven documents and all course presentation slides (value US$500), Breakbulk exhibition hall pass and invitation to the official welcome reception to Breakbulk China, the largest conference and exhibition in Asia for the breakbulk and project cargo sectors.
Course trainer and general manager of the PPG network Kevin Stephens said the course modules included project forwarding case studies, risk management, strategic partnerships, value adding strategies, traffic and logistics functional planning, meeting client expectations, biosecurity, working with brokers, and forwarding tricks of the trade.
Fellow trainer and business communication specialist Rodger Hall said presentations also provided advice about crisis communication, email management, cultural communication, preparing quotations and how to write winning tenders.
Attractive group discounts are available. An interview about the benefits of the course with the trainers is available here.