CCLP Certification Courses and Supply Chain Logistics Webinars Online
Founded in 1958, Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation (CITT) is a Canadian professional development association in the supply chain and transportation logistics sector. CITT supports all kinds of organizations-manufacturers, retailers, import-exporters, and others who ship goods, resources or raw materials. Almost all of Canada's major ports, leading transportation companies in all modes, 3/4PLs and many ancillary service providers have student and CCLP designation holders from CITT.
Thousands of professionals have looked to CITT for professional certification and many maintain their professional designation voluntarily year-after-year. Before they can be certified, CITT's designation holders have proven business and logistics knowledge, CCLP designation holders have amassed nearly 10,000 hours of relevant experience, provide evidence of on-going professional development every year and commit to follow CITT's Code of Professional Ethics.
CITT offers industry's most comprehensive and practical coverage of logistics topics that supply chain logistics professionals need to survive and thrive, including: courses, webinars and a premier conference. All address the Canadian and global perspectives of supply chain logistics.
Certified Logistics Professional Designation (CCLP)
Depending on your background, your CCLP designation might be only 5 courses away. Successfully complete CITT's 5-course suite of expert-level, specialized logistics courses, including 3 core courses plus 2 electives. If you already have a university or college degree or diploma in a business discipline, you can simply apply for advanced standing towards the CCLP designation to meet this requirement. You will only need to take CITT's 5-course suite of specialized logistics courses to complete the academic requirement to earn the CCLP designation. All can be completed online, in as little as 18 months.
- Transportation Systems
- Logistics Processes
- Integrated Logistics
Electives - Choose 2 from:
- Economic Influences on Logistics
- Transportation Law
- Logistics Decision Modelling
If you do not have a degree or diploma, CITT offers business education in partnership with the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies. You need to take 5 business management courses (choose from 9 available courses given below) to meet this requirement to earn your CCLP designation. Individual course exemptions are also available if you've already taken some business courses which covered similar content.
- Accounting: The Fundamentals
- Business Approach to Writing
- Business Law
- Business Management
- Business Strategy
- Financial Management
- Foundations of Risk Management
- Introductory Economics
- Marketing: An Introduction
- Organizational Behaviour
- Supply Chain Disruptions Briefing - The status of the supply chain and its effect on Canada's economy
- eCommerce Briefing - The future of online shopping
- Technology Briefing - Trends and what's coming next in logistics tech
- How Automated Mobile Robots (AMRs) Create Results
- Trade Agreements Briefing - Learn how CUSMA and Brexit are affecting trade with Canada and how Canadian businesses can adapt
- Legal Briefing - Shipper remedies and the FMA decision
- Modal Briefing - Get the most up-to-date information about the challenges and opportunities faced by the logistics modes in Canada
- Geopolitics Briefing - Update on supply chain securities
- Developments in Logistics HR Briefing
LAST UPDATED ON Nov 13, 2021