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RTITB will roll out forklift training in India


Wednesday, 6 May 2015 ( #717 ) - Gurgaon, India
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ThinkLink Learning's Praguna Forklift Training is now independently verified by RTITB.
ThinkLink Learning, India’s first RTITB-accredited organisation, has launched an initiative to deliver "world class" forklift training in India at a recent inauguration ceremony in Haryana, North India.

Managing director of RTITB Laura Nelson attended the launch at the Praguna Centre, where she highlighted the importance of the strategic partnership.

"Training helps to reduce the risk of an incident," Nelson said. "A site working in partnership with RTITB in the UK, for example, employing RTITB-trained forklift operators has reported zero lost-time incidents or accidents in the last three years.

"This is RTITB’s vision for every site using forklifts and, as an internationally recognised RTITB-accredited organisation, it is also ThinkLink Learning’s vision for operations across India."

ThinkLink Learning partners with companies to build world-class supply chain and logistics organisations by providing services such as Praguna. The company’s Praguna Forklift Training is now independently verified by RTITB, which means that organisations and trainees can be assured that ThinkLink Learning is delivering training that meets international standards.

Founder and CEO of ThinkLink Saurabh Goyal said at the launch event: "The Praguna initiative is a key milestone in our journey towards building a world-class ecosystem for high-performance supply chains in India. Modern Supply Chains in the on-demand economy will need skilled associates who can work in connected, automated and mechanised environments and ThinkLink Learning will help deliver this talent pool through the Praguna initiative."

Nelson added that ThinkLink Learning "will be a good partner to fly the RTITB flag in India".

ThinkLink Learning, based in Gurgaon, has served professionals from more than 300 organisations since 2006 and has worked with over 50 companies through consulting and project management engagements.
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