The Government of Luxembourg and the University of Luxembourg founded the Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL) in late 2015. The LCL was created in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Transportation & Logistics (MIT CTL).
The LCL trains the next generation of supply chain managers through a one-year Master programme in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LSCM), taught in English.
Students benefit from 3 weeks experience at MIT, a focus on logistics, supply chain and finance from a Luxembourg perspective in a multicultural environment.
Corporate interaction and networking are part of the programme. They contribute a lot to job placement. Most of the students already get a job at graduation time.
The Lycée Technique de Bonnevoie offers a diploma in professional competency (in French: diplôme d’aptitude professionnelle - DAP) of qualified operator in logistics. This 3-year education programme is also available for adults.
The Lycée Technique de Bonnevoie and the Lycée Technique de Lallange offer a work and study program attested by a diploma of technician in logistics (in French: diplôme de technicien - DT). Whereas the first year is organized at school, the next three years alternate between worplace and school (2 days in class, 3 days in enterprise). This education programme prepares to the following jobs: transport administrator, transport planner, warehouse manager, security advisor, customs declarant, customer service manager.
Both education programmes require a tutor enterprise. If you wish to train an apprentice, the winwin.lu website explains the procedure.
There are many life-long training offers in the logistics domain in Luxembourg.
The Luxembourg Lifelong Learning Center (LLLC) offers two masters "Logistics project management" and "International Purchasing" in collaboration with the universities Panthéon Assas and Strasbourg.
The House of Training sets up different learning modules with various durations from the "use of incoterms" to certificates of "Safety Adviser for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road, Rail and Inland Waterway" or "Access to the profession of road transport of passengers and goods operator".
Aviation Academy Luxembourg is an authorized partner of the IATA (International Air Transport Association), the FIATA (in French: Fédération Internationale des Associations de Transitaires et Assimilés) and the DAC (Direction de l'Aviation Civile) and is part of the gobally active DGM (Dangerous Goods Management) Network. Aviation Academy Luxembourg provides trainings in aviation and logistics for air cargo professionals.
The Lifelong Learning portal references the logistics training offers in Luxembourg.
The Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL) also offers short executive education programmes.
They provide a unique opportunity to enhance, improve and sharpen the knowledge and skills of the practitioners.
These lifelong learning workshops pick up top-edge topics that are currently discussed in industry and academia and are related to financial analytics and digitalisation of supply chains. It provides the participants state-of-the art concepts, case studies and insights into relevant topics.
This life-long training programme aims at presenting the careers and advantages of the logistics sector to job seekers wishing to develop their knowledge and competencies to join a growing sector.
After a selection of the participants by the National Employment Administration (ADEM) through information sessions, interviews and individual tests, a first cycle of training lasts 10 weeks.
It tagets careers such as cargo handler, order picker, warehouseman, warehouse manager, delivering driver.