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CITT's SCL Webinar Series

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 jtraer@citt.ca 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.

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 Live Webinars

Best Practices from 100 Fleets - Oct 31, 2018

TruckRight has advised and trained over 100 fleets of all sizes across the country. Along the way, they've found the practices that define successful fleets and how they're managed. From paperless DQ files, to automations and driver portals, and workplace culture, this webinar will help you learn what is working and how to increase not only compliance, but driver engagement. Paperless onboarding is not just a best practice in the driver realm though, cloud-based solutions are becoming more and more prevalent when onboarding carriers as well. Learn what to look for and the benefits for your carriers. Learn moreRegister.

CETA and its Impact on the Canadian Economy - Nov 14, 2018

The world is on the verge of a global trade war, and transportation professionals are wondering what the future holds. This webinar will provide an overview of the Canadian macro-economy, including forecasts for the next year. The presentation will cover the latest developments and expectations for the labor market, housing, manufacturing, and monetary policy. An extended section will be devoted to CETA and its impact. Learn moreRegister.

Updating Your Logistics Brand for the Digital World - December 5, 2018

This webinar will take you through everything you need to know to take your supply chain logistics business online, and to polish up your existing online presence. The content is simple and concise, so even those unfamiliar with digital marketing will be able to learn and follow along. Learn moreRegister.

Industry Outlook and Analysis 2019 - January 30, 2019

This popular annual webinar will cover trends and predictions for 2019 and beyond in Canada’s transportation industry, with a particular focus on surface transportation. Learn moreRegister.

Industry Salary Survey Results - February 13, 2019

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 moreRegister.

C-TPAT: Partnering for a Smoother Customs Process - March 20, 2019

Learn more about Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT), the benefits of your firm having a C-TPAT partnership, and the changes - both in process and in culture and buy-in, your business needs to make the partnership a success. Learn moreRegister.

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