External Training: Basics of Couriering Induction
Having a sub-office near Glasgow, we have developed a good relationship with museums and art institutions in Scotland. As part of a regular educational program at The National Museum of Scotland, our airport representatives conduct a ‘Basics of Couriering’ workshop twice a year for museum professionals.
Couriers are often required to travel with our driver/technicians when objects are transported between venues for short and long-term loans. This comprehensive workshop was created two years ago for participants wanting to develop their practical skills, knowledge and understanding of the courier process.
Internal and External Training: Airport Protocols
When it comes to Airport training, our experts hold regular practical exercises to ensure our team and our clients have a complete understanding of the palletisation and airside loading procedures.
In the Airline Cargo Warehouse, delegates learn about best practice for securing a crate on a pallet or in a Unit Loading Devise (ULD), the importance of accuracy when completing the airfreight documents and the different types of security screening that can be performed.
It is also of great importance that the airport rep provides a safe and rewarding experience for the courier. The client must be 100% confident with how the crates have been palletised and loaded.
External Training: British Museum International Training Programme
Every year for six weeks, the British Museum runs a training Programme for museum and heritage professionals from around the world. The aim is to develop skills, increase knowledge and build a global network of communication between participants.
This year, twelve delegates visiting from Mexico, Rwanda, China, India, Nepal, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Lebanon and Guatemala will experience a day of training activities. They will be given an inclusive look at the operations behind our organisation, with focus on airport training in the Airline Cargo Warehouse, followed by a tour of our packing warehouses and a presentation on risk management in art handling.
We are constantly updating an evolving our training to ensure staff and clients receive the latest information and developments in our industry.
To find out more about our training, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org