TRIESTE – The first edition of the course in Infomobility and Logistics ended a few days ago at Interporto di Pordenone.
There were 25 graduates for a course of studies carried out in partnership between the Nautical Academy of Trieste, Interporto Centro Ingrosso di Pordenone spa, Confindustria Alto Adriatico, Fondazione Marco Polo, IAL FVG and Enaip of Pordenone.
The two-year course also included laboratory hours, a Project Work and 800 hours of internship in companies in the sector. For admission was required the diploma of Secondary Education. At the same time, the qualification issued was the Diploma of Technical High School with the certification of skills, corresponding to the fifth level of the European Qualifications Framework.
The study cycle was also proposed in Trieste but more oriented to maritime transport, that of Pordenone has privileged intermodality.
The ITS course had the objective of making up for the lack of human resources specialized in logistics. The topics covered were market economics, marketing of transport and logistics services, economic and financial analysis of company data, management of transport modes and intermodality, information technology for logistics and transport, regulations and contracts.