Partnerships & Alliances - Centres of Excellence in Logistics Learning - SELC Career College

SELC


SELC Career College

CITT Centre of Excellence in Logistics Learning

SELC Career College currently offers two programs with advanced standing towards the CCLP designation:

Read on for more information about the partnership between CITT and SELC Career College, and the advanced standing status towards the CCLP designation for each of their programs.

Location: 2F-321 Water Street, Vancouver, BC, V6B 1B8. Map
Email: info@selcedu.com
Telephone: 604-639-9075

SELC Career College is the second institution ever to be recognized by CITT as a Centre of Excellence in Logistics Learning. SELC and CITT have collaborated in the development of two programs that will equip graduates with the in-demand professional competencies required to succeed in Canadian logistics. Both SELC Career College programs, Supply Chain Management Specialist, and Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics contain 5 of CITT's specialized logistics courses, each of which has been developed in collaboration with numerous industry stakeholders across the sector to ensure their relevance and practicality. 

SELC Career College has demonstrated a significant commitment to student success in the logistics field in both these programs. And as a Centre of Excellence in Logistics Learning, SELC Career College's students have access to CITT's Canada's Logistics Community and its network of professionals across the country. 

As Canada's Logistics Association, CITT is excited to partner with SELC Career College and to welcome its graduates into the industry in Canada - and to excel in their logistics careers. 


Supply Chain Management Specialist 400 & 410

International Students: Accepted
Program Type: Diploma program
Program Duration: 48 weeks/960 hours classroom instruction
Co-op Duration: 400: 48 weeks/960 hours co-op / 410: Non Co-op version of program
Total Duration: 400: 96 weeks/1920 hours / 410: 48 weeks/960

For full details including eligibility requirements, visit program webpage

Graduates of this program who successfully complete the ten courses listed below with a passing grade of no less than 50% meet all the academic requirements to apply for the CCLP designation with no additional testing or fees required*. If they also have three years of industry work experience (including Canadian and international experience), they are eligible to apply for their CCLP designation right away. If not, they can apply to become CITT Articling Participants, accessing the network and many additional perks while they accumulate their required experience.

CITT courses & general business courses accredited towards the CCLP designation in this program include:

  • Transportation Systems
  • Logistics Processes
  • Transportation Law
  • Economic Influences on Logistics
  • Integrated Logistics
  • Introduction to Supply Chain Management
  • Business Ethics
  • Business Negotiations
  • Digital Business and E-Commerce Management
  • Project Management


Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics 200 & 210

International Students: Accepted
Program Type: Diploma program
Program Duration: 24 weeks/480 hours classroom instruction
Co-op Duration: 200: 24 weeks/480 hours co-op / 210: Non Co-op version of program
Total Duration: 200: 48 weeks/960 hours / 210: 24 weeks/480 hours

For full details including eligibility requirements, visit program webpage

Graduates of this program who successfully complete the six courses listed below with a passing grade of no less than 50% can apply for 6 credits towards the CCLP designation with no additional testing or fees required.

CITT courses & general business courses accredited towards the CCLP designation in this program include:

  • Transportation Systems
  • Logistics Processes
  • Transportation Law
  • Economic Influences on Logistics
  • Integrated Logistics
  • Project Management

Additional requirements to earn the CCLP designation:

  • Four more general business course credits: Candidates from SELC's Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics 200 program who have taken general business courses -- either at SELC or another Canadian or international post-secondary institution -- can apply for credit equivalency for the remaining four of the general business management courses required for the CCLP designation at a discounted rate of $25 per course. The $115 prior learning assessment fee is waived for students in this program. Students have the option to enroll in any of the equivalent courses provided by CITT or any of CITT approved educational providers/or representatives to fulfill the curriculum requirements in order to obtain their CCLP designation. Learn more about the general business course requirement here. Contact Maria Murjani at mmurjani@citt.ca for more information or to begin the process to apply for credit equivalency.
     
  • Three years of industry work experience (including Canadian and international experience). Candidates who meet the academic requirements and already have three years of related work experience are eligible to apply for their CCLP designation right away. If not, they can apply to become CITT Articling Participants, accessing the network and many additional perks while they accumulate their required experience.

 


*ALL candidates who are eligible to apply for the CCLP® designation also need to: