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CILTNA

Education Partners

It is important that the standards of the Institute are upheld in the learning environment in order for CILTNA to issue an ACCREDITATION of any Canadian Colleges and Universities that offer appropriate transport and logistics courses. Standards such as the quality of staff, standards of teaching, hours of instruction, and Course text book or Course materials used to teach such Course. Currently, Canadian education partners of CILTNA have received accreditation for key Courses leading to either a certificate or a diploma wherein the Institute standards have been met .

CILTNA Education Committee reviews applications received from educational institutions and, if satisfied that the Institute standards have been met, they issue a Certificate of Accreditation and appropriate letter. Students who pass the accredited courses can apply to CILTNA for the MILT professional designation and after 3 years working in the industry they can apply for the CMILT designation.

Supply Chain Management

Gain foundational knowledge in supply chain management – a rapidly growing specialty, especially important for those in management or engineering roles – through a graduate certificate in the field.

This certificate can be taken as a stand-alone program, or can be embedded in Champlain’s online MBA degree program.

Supply Chain Management – Global Logistics (SCM)

This eight-month graduate certificate program provides you with a concentrated and coordinated approach to study the flow of goods and services from raw material suppliers to the final customer. This product flow will be reviewed from a global perspective, providing you with a comprehensive understanding of the international business process. 

International Business Management – Global Supply Chain

The BCIT International Business Management – Global Supply Chain diploma program focuses on developing international business strategies to effectively manage international supply chains. You will become experienced in international product sourcing, negotiating purchase agreements, and managing the transportation logistics of importing and exporting goods internationally.

International Trade and Border Management

The Certificate Program in Border Management and International Trade bridges the traditional disciplines and creates a distinctive learning environment that aims to address emerging trends in the global economy. Border management refers both to the execution of customs, security and immigration functions by government agencies and to the administration of customs and other trade compliance, cross-border supply chains security and cross-border movement of personnel by private sector firms.

Information about the ITBM program can be located at https://continue.uwindsor.ca/486/international-trade-and-border-management-certificate.

Members who would like to register for the ITBM program can do so by accessing the registration system here.

CILTNA members can take advantage of the ITBM 5 per cent discount by entering a code that can be requested by CILTNA Admin, Rebecca Whelan at admin@ciltna.com.

Supply Chain Management

Across various industries, businesses of all sizes require the movement of goods and services locally and abroad. This need has shaped the supply chain sector: from the design of a product offering including competitive pricing and sourcing materials; through manufacturing and delivery; to the return system of goods.

Supply Chain Managers can work in any point along the supply chain, coordinating logistics and making sure that operations run smoothly. They work in supervisory roles in a highly in-demand industry. 

Supply Chain and Logistics Technology

The Supply Chain and Logistics Technology major offers a broad array of career paths with global opportunities, with a choice of four academic tracks:

  • Operations – knowledge for a domestic and international career in sales, marketing and operations.
  • Systems Management – a technology-oriented focus with a strong analytical approach designed to achieve optimum solutions to complex supply chain/logistics problems.
  • Global Logistics – in-depth analysis of international logistics and its role in the supply chain with a focus on maritime attributes and activities.
  • Directed Emphasis – designed for community college transfer students whose colleges have an articulation agreement with the University of Houston.

Coming Fall 2020 the Supply Chain & Logistics Technology Program will launch their CILT Certificate Program.

https://uh.edu/technology/programs/undergraduate/supply-chain-and-logistics-technology/