Member Services and Benefits
Connections With Senior Executives and Leaders in Industry and Government
CILTNA members, presenters, speakers, directors, partners, and collaborators are among the most senior and well-connected people in logistics and transport today. Many are available for mentoring. Meet them at chapter and national events and on webinars. Click here for a list of national and chapter board members. Click here for a list of recent presenters at CILTNA events and webinars.
Members are invited to approach CILTNA directors and officers for introductions and referrals to senior logistics and transportation professionals worldwide.
Insight and Thought-Leadership
CILTNA provides its members with a continuous stream of thought-provoking ideas from senior executives and highly-informed practitioners, analysts, and researchers whose knowledge, insight, experience, and vision create new possibilities for strategic thinking and personal growth and advancement. Click here for an introduction to current issues CILTNA and its members are following.
CILTNA holds half-day conferences twice a year that feature senior logistics and transportation executives, practitioners, and policy professionals from across North America. Individual chapters offer a rich variety of events several times a year geared to regional interests. All provide networking and learning opportunities. Members attend for reduced fees. Click here for a list of recent and upcoming events.
CILTNA delivers an ongoing series of webinars by experts on subjects of contemporary and lasting interest to Canadian and US practitioners and professionals. Webinar presentations are archived by CILTNA after the event and are made available exclusively to members. There is no charge to members. You will automatically receive notification by e-mail of upcoming webinars. Click here for a list or recent and planned webinars.
To view our past webinar recordings, please subscribe to our YouTube channel at: CILTNA YouTube . Subscribe and click the bell icon to receive notifications whenever we post a new webinar video.
Members receive a weekly newsletter with a digest of important news covering regional and national events and articles in logistics and transport. Included with membership. You will automatically receive newsletters by e-mail each week.
Members have unlimited access to CILT International’s vast collection of logistics, supply-chain, and transport resources in 7,000 global newspapers, magazines, and journals. The largest such collection in the world, it is exclusive to members and available at no charge. Click here for a summary of the Knowledge Centre’s resources.
CILTNA members include managers and faculty members at universities and colleges with programs in logistics and transportation. They can help employers who are recruiting their next generation of professionals tap into streams of high-potential graduates, including from CILTNA-accredited institutions. Click here for a list of accredited colleges and university partners.
The Cross-Border Institute and the University of Windsor have created a certificate program, International Trade and Border Management (ITBM).
The ITBM program will help address the learning and training gaps we (people working in government) have identified when looking at issues that impact the movement of goods, people, services and funds across international borders.
The course is priced at $1,200.00 CAD for the complete program, ($300.00 CAD per module), the University of Windsor’s department for Continuing Education has agreed to extend a 5 per cent discount to members of CILTNA.
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 by clicking here.
CILTNA members can take advantage of the ITBM 5 per cent discount by entering a code that can be requested by CILTNA Administrator, Rebecca Whelan at email@example.com.
A more detailed description of class format, activities and description of all the topics covered in each of the instruction sessions (8 sessions per course, 8 courses, 64 instruction sessions are described here.)