CITT’s industry allies are organizations which represent groups of businesses or individuals with strong ties to the Canadian logistics sector. Some represent groups directly involved in logistics or whose operations have very significant logistics needs, while others represent those who service, support or advocate in the logistics space. By allying with CITT – Canada’s Logistics Association – they demonstrate their openness to industry collaboration and the spirit of cooperation through which the sector thrives. CITT also provides enhanced support and value for members of its industry alliance organizations.
Learning institutions and programs recognized by CITT as the gold standard for competency-based logistics education in Canada. Graduates of these programs are prepared for a rewarding career in logistics, and also meet all the academic requirements to earn the CCLP® (CITT-Certified Logistics Professional) designation.
Fully Accredited Academic Partners offer their students all the required courses to become a CITT-Certified Logistics Professional. Students who succesfully complete the accredited program or full set of accredited courses meet all the academic requirements of the CCLP designation. Partially Accredited Academic Partners have programs containing several of the courses required to become a CITT-Certified Logistics Professional. Students who successfully complete the accredited courses qualify for a fast track with advanced standing towards the CCLP designation, and only need to take the remaining courses to meet the academic requirement for certification.
Advanced standing partners are schools with programs that CITT has granted some advanced standing towards the CITT-Certified Logistics Professional (CCLP) designation. The level of advanced standing may vary from partner to partner.