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To better serve one of the fastest growing industries in the world—logistics, the new Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution (CLTD) designation launched July 1, 2016. As of May 2017 globally 800 were exams taken, 700 professionals are certified and there are 193 instructors.
The CLTD certification program and is designed to provide supply chain professionals engaged in logistics, transportation and distribution activities a body of knowledge, best practices, technology know-how and standards to advance their knowledge and elevate organization performance.
The CLTD designation focuses on eight content areas:
- Logistics and Supply Chain Overview
- Capacity Planning and Demand Management
- Order Management
- Inventory and Warehouse Management
- Transportation Management
- Global Logistics Considerations
- Logistics Network Design
- Reverse Logistics and Sustainability
Tweed's cannabis manufacturing process was definately interesting from a Supply Chain perspective! We started at the Mother Room and ended at Shipping. Big thanks to Andre Fernandez, Director Supply Chain, Matt and Gord for our Plant tour.
By learning you will teach; by teaching you will understand.
Continuing Education: A Conduit to a New Career
Alanna Allen, Business Career Coordinator at the Sprott School of Business, Carleton University
APICS Ottawa Chapter has been awarded Platinum status for 2016 as recognition for the Chapter's dedication to providing outstanding member services and professional development opportunities to the members.