CITT looks to answer your CCLP designation questions quickly

by Truck News

TORONTO, Ont. – Following the successful launch of the Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transport’s (CITT)-Certified Logistics Professional (CCLP) Route Finder this past August, the Toronto organization has expanded the functionality of the web-based program by adding a 24/7 Quick Answer Centre that will provide replies to common questions drivers have on the fastest route to earning their designation.

“The newly-integrated Quick Answer feature is designed to make it even faster and easier for people to get information about the designation, courses and certification process,” said CITT president and CEO Catherine Viglas, adding that they saw great usage of the new service tool since its release. “So many people with a wide range of professional experiences and educational backgrounds look to CITT for the CCLP designation. The improved CCLP Route Finder and its Quick Answers will be able to address the vast majority of their questions.”

The CCLP is an industry credential for those who buy, sell or manage the flow of goods and product, or is affected by supply chain logistics.

Viglas said the CITT team would continue to be available by phone and email to answer questions that are not covered in the CCLP Route Finder, and that the new Quick Answer tool would mean people would be able to get the information they require quickly.

The CITT is an industry source of logistics courses, professional certification and expertise, with programs that promote professional excellence and career path development.

The CITT said that due to ‘record-hitting demand’, those wanting to register for courses are advised to do so early to ensure a spot.

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