As a group level, The SPAR Group Ltd embarked on this process in order to:
The measurables that were put in place to ensure that the objectives could be achieved include:
The project began in April 2012 when NOSA Logistics was appointed as the national training provider. NOSA Logistics placed on site driver trainers at the 6 SPAR distribution centres nationally. The project is still running successfully 6 years down the line.
The solutions that were implemented included practical on-road assessing, mentoring and coaching, and theoretical classroom training, as well as corrective action training, which was driven by using data produced from SPAR’s internal monitoring systems.
All the training is unit standard aligned and operationally based to ensure that each driver, over a period of time, achieves a nationally recognised qualification.
Specific training programmes have also been implemented at a distribution level as and when they have arisen, these include:
Within the first two years of being on site, all set deliverables were met by NOSA Logistics. As at 30 October 2017, the on-going results at a group level were reflected as follows:
Through effective implementation of the driver project together with the commitment and support from the SPAR logistics and training teams, The SPAR Group continues to achieve its goals related to retail delivery and remains one of the trusted fleets on the road that ensures safer roads for all road users.
We believe that this programme has been instrumental in helping The SPAR Group to achieve its goals related to retail delivery.
Charles Davidson- Group Transport Manager
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