IOC Associate Member status awarded for Express Logistics next generation

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A bumper second stream of 2024 future graduates of express logistics sector were signed up as Associate Members of the IOC in April.

Following this year's Apprenticeship week, a bumper number of undergraduate next generation express manager degree students were awarded their IOC Associate Member status following completion of their first assignment presentation at University of West London, UWL.

UWL Year One students for 2024 were from brands including DB Couriers, FedEx, Evri, Viking & Whistl on the express logistics manager levy-paid degree course. Flexible learning, blended between job, university and virtual. Following a very successful presentation assessment each candidate is submitting an essay assignment focused on can-do attitude in final mile work teams.

IOC Chairman Carl Lomas welcomed the next generation managers at Univ of West London.

Dr Tracey Worth awarded individual Institute of Couriers Associate Membership certificates to the next generation managers of 2024. Check the gallery of individuals below.

Gallery of certificate awards

(Hi-res pictures of the presentations here)

2024 associate member aaron else 700

Aaron Else



2024 associate member adam bamford 700

Adam Bamford



2024 associate member barry close 700

Barry Close



2024 associate member gemma hayden 700

Gemma Hayden



2024 associate member holly peart 700

Holly Peart



2024 associate member phill read 700

Phill Read



2024 associate member raqueed monia 700

Raqueed Monia



2024 associate member rozi marian oprisecsu 700

Rozi-Marian Oprisescu



2024 associate member steve pickard 700

Steve Pickard



2024 associate member triston blake 700

Triston Blake



2024 associate member victoria james 700

Victoria James


2024 associate member alexander silva 700

Alexander Silva