ASSESSMENT OF TRANSPORT LOGISTICS' GRADUATES COMPETENCES FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF EMPLOYERS

Authors

  • Jurgita Ginavičienė Vilnius College of Technologies and Design
  • Inga Piščikienė Vilnius College of Technologies and Design
  • Indrė Sprogytė-Bredelienė Vilnius College of Technologies and Design

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17770/sie2023vol1.7117

Keywords:

competences, the point of view of employer, transport logistics manager

Abstract

The modern logistics business world is changing and presents new challenges to companies, so it is currently necessary to pay attention to the competence of employees, but also to predict which of these competences will be necessary  in the future. The aim of the this work was to research the competences of Vilnius College of Technologies and Design Transport Logistics graduates from the point of view of employers. Based on scientific literature and in dept interview of Lithuanian transport and logistics companies’ managers, the article reveals the significance of qualified transport logistics specialists. It presents the analysis of the competences of Vilnius College of Technology and Design Transport Logistics graduates. According to experts, 88.5 percent of Transport Logistics graduates of the Vilnius College of Technology and Design have very good knowledge and skills. They are zealous, possessing not only theoretical but also practical knowledge. They are able to analyse practical situations, not afraid of challenges.

 

Author Biography

  • Jurgita Ginavičienė, Vilnius College of Technologies and Design
    JURGITA GINAVIČIENĖ was born in Kėdainiai, Lithuania and went to the Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, where she studies Office Management and then Business Management and obtained her degree in 2006. She worked for a couple of year for the Vilnius Gediminas Technical University before moving in 2009 to the Vilnius College of Technologies and Design where she is now a Head of Transport Management Department. Her e-mail address is : j.ginaviciene@vtdko.lt

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Published

2023-07-03