The Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) is running a fully-funded digital skills training course for its members.
SWA training provider Capita Learning has secured funding from Skills Development Scotland to run the BCS SCQF Level 7 course, which would usually cost £3,000 per learner.
The course has been specifically designed to focus on data analysis and presentation, and is part of the SWA’s ‘Decarbonisation of The Wholesale Industry’ project in helping the wholesale industry on the road to net zero.
The course will give each candidate the capability to start to analyse a company’s data, including fleet emissions, route planning & efficiencies, and building efficiencies.
“While the course can be used to upskill an employee in whatever area of data analysis a wholesaler requires, it does give the wholesaler the potential to develop a skilled person capable of undertaking a decarbonisation audit of the business,” explained SWA chief executive Colin Smith.
The course funding is currently limited to 20 people. Applications are open to both wholesaler members and supplier members but, given the limited number of places, preference will be giving to wholesalers in the first instance.
For further information about the course, including eligibility, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07902 70143
Tel: Scottish Wholesale Association 0131-556 8753
Published Date: November 12, 2021