How Sensei helps On Logistics to keep moving forward.
Short Q&A with Nick Bennett, Managing Director
Established in 2005, On-Logistics provide supply chain management and logistical services to the aerospace, defence and engineering sectors.
The company has offices across the midlands and the Netherlands. Their team of around 60 comprises of warehouse staff, on-site project managers and a central office team.
We asked Nick…
Before you got it, what challenges did you hope Sensei would help you with?
I was already bought into the benefits of skills training and supporting professional development is very much a core value of the business. On the whole, the team are too and we previously invested in training solutions in response to requests from them. The engagement from the team was pretty poor because we didn’t have the resource to proactively manage it and it simply fell by the way-side.
I saw Training Sensei were running a personal skills bootcamp which I joined out of personal interest. When I saw the way they delivered their courses as part of an engaging service, I thought that we were much more likely to make use of this platform and it would create a bit of a buzz around learning.
What have been the biggest benefits to you?
Just walking around the office and regularly seeing the team engaging in training has been such a boon for us. We’re a pretty forward thinking business and the way Sensei deliver their service is really supports the tone we want to set as a supportive employer.