Distance or Blended Learning,

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About Us

LLA humanitarian and business logistics and supply chain online learning programmes/face-to-face events are driven by your requirements. Delivered by in-house sector professionals, we are committed to achieving a successful outcome for yourself and your organisation. Customer service and support for our students is at the heart of our business.


What does LLA do?
As one of the UK’s leading training companies in Logistics we offer exceptional levels of training both for individuals and for organisations. Our award winning development programmes are designed to both challenge and develop your Supply Chain and Logistics skills.
Where does LLA do this?
Programmes are delivered by distance learning, online or by face-to-face workshops.  They can also be a blend of these solutions. Using these methods we can deliver our programmes globally.
Whats the difference between Logistics and the Supply chain?
Supply chain is a process that covers all activities from the procurement of raw materials, through the transportations and transformations of these to finished goods and eventual distribution to the end-consumer. It accounts for a high percentage of all UK trade activity. Logistics– the functional activities involved in making the supply chain happen – including sourcing and procurement, inventory management, production planning, warehousing and transportation. Our programmes cover all of these areas as well as areas such management, leadership, health and safety and customer service skills.
What type of qualifications are on offer?
LLA offers a wide range of commercial logistics and supply chain courses. These courses are built around competence-based learning at four levels;
•    Introductory [Level 2] (designed for new entrants or those whose work relates to the supply chain, but are not directly involved in it)
•    Operational[Level3] (designed for team leaders and junior managers)
•    Tactical [Levels 4 and 5](designed for middle management)
•    Strategic [Level 6](designed for senior management)

Timeline of LLA

Meet the Core Office Team

Adrian Leigh - CEO and Managing Director

Adrian is our CEO and Managing Director, as well as our senior Coach and Internal Verifier.  He works closely with Awarding Bodies to ensure we remain fully compliant with their requirements for regulated qualifications.

Haydn Sandvig - Tutor and International Business Development Manager

Haydn is a member of our coaching team, an internal verifier and works as LLA’s International Business Development Manager to establish and maintain links with international partners. A member of our team since 2013, Haydn played a key role in the development of the Humanitarian Essentials Logistics Module (HELM) Programme and frequently delivers face-to-face events across Africa.

Chris Taylor - Operations Manager and Apprenticeships and Development
Chris joined the team in 2018 as a member of our coaching team and has taken on the role of Operations Manager for Apprenticeships and Development. In this role he manages our Apprenticeship Support Programmes, as well as being responsible for the development and management of LLA’s IT Infrastructure and the Development of new IT and Web based systems. Alongside this role Chris also coach’s our apprentices and learners.  Chris has a background in Logistics Management, Apprenticeship Delivery and studied Applied IT at University.
James O'Connor - Customer Services Coordinator

James joined LLA in 2012 and is the main contact for all humanitarian and commercial enquiries and works closely with NGOs and other key contacts to create and maintain relationships. James assists with the creation of marketing materials, maintaining our website and updating our social media accounts and blog. James also assists other departments, including Student Support, International Business Development and Finance.

Caroline McClung - Student Support Manager

Caroline joined LLA in 2014 and manages our Student Support team. Caroline assists students with any technical queries and processes task submissions from students as well as updating processes and liaising with Awarding Organisations. Caroline also works closely alongside the learning materials development team.

Barbery Williamson - Finance and Student Support

Barbery is responsible for assisting the Finance Department in providing invoices, sorting payments and dealing with general finance enquiries. Barbery also assists the Student Support team.

Christine Cetin - Student Support

Christine joined our Student Support team in 2018 and assists the team by responding to technical queries, processing student submissions and providing general administration assistance.

Carol Wooldridge - Office Manager and Student Support

After joining LLA in 2011, Carol works as the lead contact at Student Support, assisting students with technical queries and ensuring that all submissions are sent to the correct tutor. Carol works closely with awarding organisations to ensure a smooth customer service experience for all of our students.

Back row (L to R): Haydn Sandvig, Caroline McClung, James O’Connor, Carol Wooldridge, Chris Taylor

Front row (L to R): Barbery Williamson, Adrian Leigh, Christine Cetin.

Meet the External Team

Peter Jones - Tutor and Internal Verifier

Founder and former CEO of LLA, Peter was a military logistics specialist until 1998, and logistics and supply chain professional development trainer since then.  Peter is experienced in the fields of both humanitarian and commercial logistics and supply chain management.

Carol Jones - Finance

From a senior NHS background, Carol knows that the Investment of time and money in studying is a big decision but she strongly believes that professional development brings reward in terms of career progression, improved job satisfaction/business performance and personal fulfilment.

Mike Armitage - Tutor and Internal Verifier

Mike is a member of our coaching team and also works as an internal verifier. Mike has a wide range of experience and works across both our humanitarian logistics and commercial logistics sectors.

Patrice De La Sayette - Tutor and Internal Verifier

Patrice is a member of our coaching team and also works as an internal verifier. Patrice mainly coaches students on our French programme, the Certification en Logistique Humanitaire, but also has students across all of our humanitarian programmes.

Florence Molyneaux - Tutor

Florence is a member of our coaching team. Like Patrice, Florence is also primarily a coach for the Certification en Logistique Humanitaire but also has students working on other Programmes.

Kenneth Otieno Akoko - Tutor

Kenneth is an experienced Pharmacy Manager and Medical Logistician with expansive experience in Medical programs and healthcare Supply Chain Management. A CHL and MedLog graduate, Kenneth also works as an LLA Coach, helping deliver HELM in Kenya and also coaching our Fritz sponsored Programmes.

International Partners

Our international partners are training organisations in different parts of the world with whom LLA has had a long standing relationship. They deliver learning programmes in conjunction with LLA and these can lead to the award of UK regulated qualifications:

New Zealand - Logistics Training Group

The Logistic Training Group logo

The Logistics Training Group Ltd (LTG) can provide applied distance educational services throughout New Zealand, Australia and the Asia-Pacific Rim. They aim to assist students along their pathway to a successful and rewarding career in the Logistics World of Supply Chain, Inventory, Warehousing, Sourcing and Procurement, Production, International Business, Movement of Goods (Transport), Road Freight, Retail Supply Chain, Supply Chain Network Planning, and Supply Chain Flow Planning. Read more at Logistics Training Group


Massey University Logo

The Logistics Training Group also has links to the Masters in Logistics and Supply Chain Management Programme run by Massey University, NZ. Superior performance on the CILT(UK) Professional Diploma can lead to access to this distance learning programme through recommendation from LLA to the Logistics Training Group.

Republic of Ireland - Hytech Logistics

Hytech Logistic Logo Hytech Logistics, headquartered in Dublin, has provided Logistics Solutions to National and Multinational clients since entering the market in 2000. HyTech Logistics are one of very few companies worldwide offering clients the choice of outsourcing their operations or alternatively upskilling their staff to deliver improved operational output. Read more at Hy-Tech Logistics

Malta - Support Supply Management Group

SSM Group Ltd logo

SSM Group Ltd. was established in 1997 with the aim of enhancing human resources skills in logistics, transport and supply chain management. Read more at Support & Supply Management Group

Singapore - Advance Supply Chain Solutions

Advance Supply Chain Training Centre Logo Advance Supply Chain Training Centre adopts a strategic and integrated approach, through a combination of business process improvements, with change management, information technology and in-depth industry knowledge, to provide solutions that bring tangible values to their clients. Read more at Advance Supply Chain Solutions

International Ambassadors

LLA International Ambassadors are graduates of LLA who assist in the delivery of programmes locally. All employed within the humanitarian logistics sector, their role is to help promote LLA our tutor-led and online programmes, and assist our Coaches when they are in the country for our learning programmes. They may also be Coaches for LLA for the online learning programmes. Our current Ambassadors are:


A picture of Kenneth Otieno AkokoKenneth Otieno Akoko

Kenneth is an experienced Pharmacy Manager and Medical Logistician with expansive experience in Medical programs and healthcare Supply Chain Management. A CHL and MedLog graduate, Kenneth also works as an LLA Coach, helping deliver HELM in Kenya and also coaching our Fritz sponsored Programmes.


A picture of Johanchal G. WrobehJohanchal G. Wrobeh

Johanchal is an experienced logistician, he is currently studying the CHL Programme with LLA and helps organise and arrange HELM Events in Liberia.

Sierra Leone

A picture of Joe Mustapha DominicJoe Mustapha Dominic

Experience in Warehouse and Inventory Management can be an added value in the Humanitarian Logistics Response in Emergency situations. With recent working experience with the Ebola Virus Diseases (EVD) and the Mudslides in Sierra Leone where the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies supported the Sierra Leone Red Cross Society to provide front line volunteers in the fight against the EVD outbreak. A former HELM student who will be support LLA International with events in Sierra Leone.

DR Congo

A picture of Shamisange Dunia RosineShamisange Dunia Rosine

Rosine is Congolese and has been working for ICRC for 10 years. She brings to LLA a wide range of knowledge and experience in both medical and general logistics (warehousing, team management, procurement, CSD). English, French and Swahili speaking. Former CHL and HELM student.

Award Winning Service

The European Supply Chain Award for Excellence in Training and Professional Development is awarded for projects that have resulted in improvements to the supply chain via strategic use of training and development programmes.

in 2011 the award was won by the partnership of the Fritz Institute, the CILT and LLA for the Certification in Humanitarian Logistics programme.

Since LLA first started delivering these programmes is 2006, we have successfully graduated over 600 students in the three courses that constitute the Certification  programmes.

Awardee - Supply Chain Excellence - Logistic Learning Alliance

“The program is viewed as highly relevant and valuable by students, their managers, and senior stakeholders. We cite hundreds of examples of favorable comments, with only rare criticism. Benefits are seen in terms not only of improved performance by the trainees, but also in improved career development, increased confidence, improved recognition of the role of logistics, increased understanding of the wider scene, and improved professionalism. Students also report that they have enjoyed the course. These benefits translate into organizational performance improvements.”

 – CHL Evaluation Report