Mantra Learning Ltd
Mantra Learning Ltd.
Enabling people to transform business: Our philosophy is to provide people from all walks of life with practical skills & knowledge, enabling them to impact on business.
We have helped thousands of people to gain new skills, improve their performance and achieve their potential in our 50+ years existence. That's approximately 400 Apprenticeships, over 200 Large Goods Vehicle licences and 1,100 Fork Lift Truck licences achieved each year.
Our People: We recruit people who have spent their career in the workplace doing the job we want them to teach. We then turn them into tutors so they can pass on the skills they have honed over a lifetime to others. Learners have much more respect and trust in their tutor as they know they have actually done the job they are teaching. We also find that learners are more willing to tackle English and maths learning when they see the occupational application of the subject. All our development co-ordinators hold assessor qualifications in addition to their vocational qualifications.
Our sales team have blended experience from working on the shop floor to selling parts in dealerships. They are passionate about exploring complex issues and the demand that our clients face daily and strive to find a way to turn them into champions.
Training our Key Workers: Logistics plays a huge role within today’s economy. The industry also employs 1.7m people.
Just imagine a world where nothing was delivered or transported between places. Not only is logistics vitally important to the distribution industry, it has made distribution prompt and efficient. In this very competitive market, it is extremely useful that companies no longer have to wait for what they need.
Many companies rely on transport and logistics to keep their business strong.
Today, companies have good infrastructure and record keeping, which continues to improve through advancements in technology. As time has progressed, so has the importance of logistics, in fact this rise has brought factors such as warehousing and other facilities closer to large towns and cities. Logistics is affecting businesses within towns and cities, bringing more jobs into these locations.
Logistics is an important part of the supply chain. If you order something online, how do you think it’s gets to you? Logistics! Remember back in March when the pasta and toilet roll were flying off the shelves, this created a huge demand on logistics workers who had to work extra hard to keep supplies moving across the country and keep the supermarket shelves restocked as quickly as possible.
Mechanics working throughout the first lockdown to ensure all the other key workers cars kept running, doctors, nurses, warehouse operatives, truck drivers could all get to work to keep the country going and staff the hospitals taking care of the sick.
LOGISTICS – probably one of the most if not the most important sector, yet one of the most overlooked by young people when considering a future career. Your country needs you.
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