Partnerships & Alliances - MicroCredential Partners

MicroCredential Partners

MicroCredential partners collaborate with CITT to develop and deliver condensed, practical programs that rapidly educate participants on select topics.

Foundational Transportation & Logistics MicroCredentials: Colleges, universities and workforce training centres partner with CITT and embed components of CITT's industry-vetted content to offer training that prepares unemployed, under-employed and new Canadian candidates to enter the Canadian logistics job market. Learners who successfully complete these programs also qualify for advanced standing towards the CCLP designation. See details for each program below.

And watch for future announcements related to advanced MicroCredentials, offering rapid training in niche subject matter areas relevant to experienced logistics professionals.

 

Teamworks Career CentreTeamworks Career Centre

Lethbridge, Alberta

Teamworks Program: Connection - Careers in Supply Chain
CITT MicroCredential:
Canadian Transportation & Logistics Fundamentals

Teamworks Career Centre offers this free, 15-week training program three times a year to assist unemployed and under-employed Albertans in finding a career in supply chain logistics.

Candidates who successfully complete the relevant training and assessments in the Teamworks Connection - Careers in Supply Chain program earn the CITT Transportation & Logistics Fundamentals MicroCredential, as well as two credits (Transportation Systems and Logistics Processes) towards the CITT-Certified Logistics Professional (CCLP) designation.

For more information about program content and eligibility, visit the Teamworks Career Centre website.

 

University College of the northUniversity College of the North

Northern Manitoba

MicroCredential Program: Canadian Transportation & Logistics Fundamentals

Candidates who successfully complete the relevant training and assessments earn the CITT Canadian Transportation & Logistics Fundamentals MicroCredential, as well as two credits (Transportation Systems and Logistics Processes) towards the CITT-Certified Logistics Professional (CCLP) designation.

Click here to learn more about the program. To register or for further information, contact Lindsay Cook at 204-734-4419 or lcook@ucn.ca



 

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