CITT's SCL Webinars allow you to 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.

Explore (and register for) upcoming webinars by topic by simply clicking on any of the topics 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 or 416-363-5696 ext. 32. You can also click here to sign up for our mailing list to receive notifications about upcoming webinars and other SCL learning opportunities offered by CITT.

CCLPs earn 5 CMUs for their first viewing of each webinarCCLP 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.


Upcoming Webinars

Fear of Amazon: Changing Consumer Expectations and What You Can Do to Compete- January 24, 2018

In this webinar, Justin Bailie, a tech entrepeneur focused on the transportation industry will discuss how large and small retailers, and carriers can work together to meet the changing demands of their customers while delivering an enhanced customer experience - that is profitable.Learn more. Register.

Turning 3-minute Conversations into Long-term Relationships - January 31, 2018

This webinar will address the most common networking myths, explore secret networking principles and supply success strategies for creating and leveraging a network of relationships. Learn more. Register.

Industry Outlook and Analysis 2018 - February 14, 2018

This popular annual webinar will cover trends and predictions for 2018 and beyond in Canada’s transportation industry, with a particular focus on surface transportation. There will also be a dedicated period for the audience to ask questions. Learn more. Register.

Trade Credit - A Growing Risk in Today's Global Economy - March 7, 2018

This webinar will identify the top 10 global risks businesses will face over the next 2 years (based on an Aon Global Risk Management Survey), and  discuss the reasons why companies should consider implementing  an accounts receivable insurance policy to help mitigate risk, and grow sales confidentlyLearn more. Register.

Salary Survey 2018 - March 28, 2018

Is your logistics job paying what it should? Are you paying those reporting to you what you should be?​ Find out as Canadian Shipper research director Lou Smyrlis walks you through the results of the Survey of the Canadian Logistics Professional, the most comprehensive study of our profession’s remuneration and career trends. Learn more. Register.

Incoterms: Minimize Your Supply Chain Risk - April 11, 2018

This hour-long webinar examines the merits of each of the eleven terms in Incoterms 2010, including the transfer points for cost (i.e. freight, insurance and customs formalities), and risk. It will also review the appropriate use of Incoterms for various modes of transport, including containerized marine shipments, and the point where cargo insurance should be considered. Learn more. Register.

FOB vs Incoterms in North America - April 18, 2018

Although Incoterms have become the recognized standard worldwide for international shipments, North American shippers are often confused when it comes to “shipping terms of sale”, particularly “FOB”. This webinar presents an overview of the “shipping terms of sale” that evolved from the U.S. Uniform Commercial Code and reasons why “FOB” has earned the reputation as the most misused shipping term .​Learn moreRegister.

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