Need To Know Freight Training Solution

Aug 5, 2021

Need To Know Freight Training Solution

We’ve been working closely with ADL Media lately, who provide a number of solutions for the freight and logistics industry. Of note, is their solution for online freight training, in particular the Need To Know Freight Forwarding course.

Cleverly designed in a modern storybook style, rather than the same old  powerpoint versions, we feel the course gives a good overview of freight forwarding and is useful for not just beginners, but also employees who have a few years experience but have never really learnt the basics.

Another useful feature of the course is, it’s only a days worth of learning, but that can be spread over days, weeks or months. Bearing in mind it can also be taken on almost any device, almost anywhere,  it’s very useful for new starters, when you don’t have enough for them to immediately do.

The course is only £99.00 and MultiFreight customers get a 15% discount. This can be applied online if buying a single course, by entering the code MFL15 at checkout. If you were interested in more than one course, just ask for the MultiFreight discount when contacting.

Course details:


– Your MultiFreight Team

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