SCL Training, Webinars & Events - Upcoming Webinars
Learn online from subject matter experts on topics relevant to supply chain & logistics and business management & strategy. CITT's hour-long webinars cost only $75, which includes both access to the live webinar as well as the recording & presentation slides.
Upcoming live webinars are listed below. Several of CITT's most popular webinars are also available on-demand for everyone in the supply chain logistics sector to watch here for only $75. If you have any questions or need help getting signed up, you can contact Jennifer Traer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-363-5696 ext. 32. You can also fill in the form at the bottom of this page or click here to sign up for our mailing list to receive notifications about upcoming webinars and other SCL learning opportunities offered by CITT.
CCLP designation holders and registered CITT students have FREE access to both live webinars as well as the archive of ALL past CITT webinars. CCLP designation holders & articling participants earn 5 CMUs for your first viewing (live or archived) of each webinar.
The law and case law as it applies to transportation has evolved to become complex; and understanding it is vital to to the stability and profitability of your business. This webinar offers transportation and logistics professionals an opportunity to familiarize themselves with the most important legal information affecting their businesses - and will provide a great chance for those with some familiarity with Canadian transportation law to brush up on what they know and open their eyes to what they don't. Learn more. Register.
This webinar will discuss solutions to the frustrations such as poor service levels and limited carrier options faced by shippers to Western Canada. Attendees will gain new perspectives to challenge their current distribution systems with practical information, enabling them to re-cost existing frieght spends. Learn more. Register.
In this webinar, a panel of experts will provide an overview of safe food transportation legislation in Canada and the United States, and help participants understand how reefer equipment and temperature control systems work and impact food transportation, how to analyze in-transit temperature data, and evaluate and address insurance coverage matters pertaining to perishable food claims in Canada and the United States. Learn more. Register.
Nothing can change the fact that some people are simply more difficult to deal with. What you can change is your reaction. Building a rock-solid relationship with your colleagues depends on being able to recognize and respond appropriately to their different behaviours and situations. This webinar workshop is more than just about learning effective communication skills. Learn successful strategies and tips for building a positive, productive relationship by knowing how to effectively respond, cope and manage the impact of their behaviour.. Learn more. Register.
Douglas Harrison, CCLP, will speak about retiring after working in the supply chain logistics industry, and how to plan to make the most of your post-retirement life and career. More details of this webinar coming soon! Learn more. Register.
Preparation and execution of ocean Request for Proposal (RFP) is important part of transportation management. This webinar covers aspects of Ocean RFPs such as surcharges included in ocean freight, ocean pricing seasonality, RFP timelines, preparation steps and execution of buddings. Clear understanding and proper evaluation of available options allow shippers to determine the right balance between competitive pricing and quality of service, as well as optimize transportation costs by leveraging purchasing power. Learn more. Register.
This webinar is a can't-miss look at compensation in the industry, giving professionals important knowledge when negotiating for a raise or new job, and helping employers offer competitive pay to current and prospective employees. Learn more. Register.
This webinar, presented by Ellen Voie, President and Founder of Women in Trucking Association with deep experience in driver retention and recruitment, will discuss the nuances of the female driver population and help you to understand how and why you'll want to add and keep them in your fleet. Learn more. Register.