Canadian Institute of Traffic & Transportation (CITT)
CITT-Certified Logistics Professional (CCLP)
- CITT is a non-profit organization created by the industry in 1958. Today, CITT is industry's most experienced, valued and respected source of complete, career-long learning and career-path development open for everyone who buys, sells or manages the flow of goods and product, or is impacted by supply chain logistics.
- CITT offers professional certification in logistics (the CCLP® - CITT-Certified Logistics Professional – designation), specialized logistics courses, the top-rated annual Canada Logistics Conference, an SCL Webinar Series, and a professional SCL Talent Pool that connects HR & employers with certified logistics professionals.
- Before they can be certified, CCLP designation holders have proven business and logistics knowledge as they are required to take a minimum of 10 courses, demonstrate close to 10,000 hours of relevant experience, provide evidence of on-going professional development every year and commit to follow CITT’s Code of Ethics.
- There are over 1,100 CITT-Certified Logistics Professionals (CCLP) in good standing as of March 2017.
|Association’s Requirements for Certifications|
|Candidates to become CITT-Certified Logistics Professionals (CCLP) must complete all of the following requirement|
|Advanced standing and course exemptions are available for those with a degree or diploma in business, or who have taken business courses previously)|
|Association’s Requirements to Maintain/Renew Certification|
|CITT-certified professional and Associate Members are required to accumulate 50 Certification Maintenance Units (CMUs) over a two-year cycle.
CMUs can be accumulated by engaging in learning activities which include:
Please review the CITT Certification Maintenance Program webpage for detailed information on how to maintain the designation.
®CCLP (CITT-Certified Logistics Professional) is a registered trademark of CITT.
Updated: March 2017
The Association may offer designations in addition to the one(s) identified. The University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies is committed to providing current and accurate information about the requirements of the Association leading to the designation(s) identified. Given that everyone has a unique combination of education and professional experience, contact the Association directly to confirm your pathway to the designation.