In order to hold the CCLP designation, you need to have at least 5 years of experience working in a supply chain or logistics function. This experience can be in Canada or international, working for supply chain sector organizations or in a supply chain or logistics function in another industry, at any level of seniority. The 5 years do not need to be consecutive, but you do need to have logged 5 years of practical experience in total.
If you do not yet have 5 years industry experience, you can still get started taking CITT courses and work towards earning the CCLP designation. Industry work experience can be logged at the same time. And if you happen to complete the academic requirements to earn your designation while you're still working towards your 5 years of experience, you can apply to become an Articling Participant, and remain part of the CITT community with access to most student- and members-only resources (like the career centre and free webinars) until you've got your full 5 years and can apply for full certification.
Additional Requirements for Certification:
Once you have met the academic and experience requirements, you will be eligible to apply for your CCLP® designation. In order to hold the designation, you will need to:
Looking for the employer/HR perspective?Download the CITT employer's guide (PDF) to learn how valuable an investment paying for employees' CCLP courses is for a company's bottom line and for key HR outcomes.
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