Classroom Learning

For those who prefer learning in a classroom setting, it is possible to complete many of CITT's CCLP Program of Study courses with CITT’s academic partners. CITT has established academic partnership agreements with many post-secondary academic institutions across Canada. Not all partners offer all CITT classes and selection varies from semester to semester—please visit the academic partner's website to see what CITT courses are available at this time.

The CITT's academic partners across Canada include:

British Columbia
British Columbia Institute of Technology (Burnaby)

BCIT programs that include CITT courses:

  1. International Trade and Transportation Logistics Certificate (Part Time)
  2. International Business Management – Global Supply Chain Option Diploma (Full Time) 
  3. International Business Management – International Business Option Diploma (Full Time)

    To be eligible for the CCLP designation, students need to take Transportation Law from CITT to be eligible for CCLP (NOW available at BCIT online) with a minimum 3 years of industry experience. Otherwise, they can apply for CITT Articling Participant status.

UBC Joint Program with CITT

Effective September 2015, the Transportation and Logistics (TLOG) option will be renamed to Operations and Logistics (OPLOG).

Under a joint program agreement, TLOG and OPLOG students can apply to CITT for full exemptions for all the business courses and advanced logistics upon graduation. These individuals will only have to complete Transportation Systems and Logistics Processes thru CITT to qualify for Articling Participant status with CITT, and upon completion of 3 years of industry-related experience will be eligible for Active Membership and to hold the CCLP designation.

Red River College (Winnipeg)
University of Manitoba, Transport Institute (Winnipeg)

Centennial College (Toronto)

New Brunswick
New Brunswick Community College (Dieppe)

Please note: For classroom courses, learners must register directly with the academic partner. Students taking general business management courses with academic partners will need to apply for course exemptions. Students working towards a university degree or three-year college diploma in business can apply for advanced academic standing towards the CCLP designation.

McGill University

After graduating from the "Certificate in Supply Chain Management and Logistics" program, students who are interested to obtain the CCLP designation need to complete only 5 additional courses. 

Three required courses offered by CITT:

  • Transportation Systems
  • Logistics Processes
  • Integrated Logistics 

Two complementary courses to be chosen from the following courses offered by McGill School of Continuing Studies:

  • CACC 220 Accounting Concepts for Managers
  • CCOM 205 Communication in Management 1
  • CFIN 300 Fundamentals of Financial Markets and Institutions
  • CMRK 200 Fundamentals of Marketing
  • CORG 225 Foundation of Organizational Behaviour and Administration
  • CPAG 410 Strategic Planning and Implementation