Q. I’m not sure how taking CITT courses and earning the CCLP designation will help my career

Working toward and earning the CCLP designation from CITT improves your supply chain and logistics employability, marketability and earning potential

  • HR experts report that "No matter how many jobs have been lost to the weak economy over the past few years, supply chain professionals who hold designations earn more than those without qualifications and probably stand a better chance of keeping those jobs."1 
  • And this is supported by the most objective study in the Supply Chain sector, which concluded that there are better career outcomes for certified professionals who belong to their certifying organizations, such as CITT—including earning a higher salary than their uncertified peers.

Nothing says “Professional Logistics Expert” like CCLP

  • CCLP outranks all other professional designations 3:1.2 And CCLP is the supply chain sector’s leading non-purchasing professional designation.3
  • Demand for CITT courses and the CCLP designation is higher than ever. Over the past three years, there has been a 47% increase in registrations for CITT courses, including a 47% increase in registrations for our entry level course, Transportation Systems. And the industry is buzzing with excitement about the recent renaming of CITT's designation to CCLP.

​And you'll start seeing professional benefits from the minute you register for your first CITT course

  • Employers value CITT students as well as fully certified CCLP designation holders. In fact, CITT students regularly report that even starting working toward their CCLP designation helped them land a new job or advance within their company. The fact that you're working towards industry's most respected and widely-held professional designation impresses current and prospective employers. It demonstrates your commitment to continuing education and your willingness to go the extra mile to grow your subject matter expertise. For example, click here to learn about how the CCLP designation has helped the careers of professionals who hold more than one professional designation.

  • You'll get smarter, faster. Even CITT students who have been working in the industry for over a decade report that while taking CITT courses they pick up new knowledge, skills and abilities beyond what they've learned on the job or through other professional development. And that they can apply what they're learning to their jobs right away, as well as in preparation for more senior positions. 

  • You'll gain access to an extensive network of industry experts. CITT students can connect to a network of over 2,000 logistics professionals across the country who genuinely believe in supporting their professional community and are only one phone-call away. This can become an invaluable resource for both career-related networking and industry expertise. 

  • You’ll have an inside track on exclusive job opportunities. CITT students can also access CITT industry Career Centre job postings. These are only available to CITT members and students and as soon as you start as a student the jobs are open to you.

Learn more!

® CCLP (CITT-Certified Logistics Profesional) is a registered trademark of CITT

1. Clayson, Tracy. "Learning Curve: What are you worth?" Canadian Manufacturing, Distribution and Transportation News, October 31, 2011
2. "12th Annual Survey of the Canadian Logistics Professional", Canadian Transportation & Logistics, January 2011
3. 2011 Salary Study. Materials Management & Distribution/PurchasingB2B

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