CILT Skillnet Update – Courses & Links


CILT Skillnet is continuing to offer training and development opportunities that are relevant to the wider transport, logistics and supply chain network. Last week it opened the eighth cohort of its hugely successful Certificate in Customs Compliance and Trade Facilitation, which sold out within 24-hours. As many were disappointed and CILT Skillnet is working with the trainer to secure dates for the next cohort which is likely to be in August. Please  register your interest here –

CILT Skillnet has a wider range of courses on offer currently and is highlighting the second cohort on Dangerous Goods Awareness (Online) training. DATE: 11th May 2021. COST: €50
Book this course by following this link-

Continuing on the theme of safety in the transport industry CILT Skillnet is offering the innovative, self-paced, eLEARN course – Digital Tachograph – DATE: On-going, self-paced
COST: €20
Book the course by following this link-

The CILT Skillnet training provision is driven by the needs of its members and is working closely with a range of providers to offer interested parties the very best training and education. Nevertheless, CILT Skillnet is keen to hear more about the needs and what further training may be required. Please take 5 minutes to respond to these training needs.

Link to the Survey 

This survey will help CILT Skillnet to understand training requirements more fully.

POLICY LAUNCH WEBINAR: Are we on the Road to Sustainable Freight Transport?
Last week, colleagues at CILT were joined by Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Hildegarde Naughton for the launch of the Governments policy document: ‘Are we on the Road to Sustainable Freight Transport?’ Watch back the webinar on this  link:

In 2021, the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT) in Ireland is conducting a series of policy research that analyse climate change implications for the Irish transport sector and are interested in your views.  The purpose of the questionnaire is to capture the Irish road transport practitioner’ awareness, attitude and concerns about available carbon reduction measure in Ireland.


Higher Certificate in Higher Certificate in Business in Logistics & Supply Chain Management –

FIATA Diploma in Freight Forwarding –