TORONTO, Ont. – CITT publicly congratulated the 107 supply chain logistics professionals who earned their CITT-Certified Logistics Professional (CCLP) designation between June 2014 and July 2015 today.
“Earning the CCLP designation is a significant personal achievement, worthy of recognition and celebration,” said Catherine Viglas, CITT president. “Like all the CITT-Certified Logistics Professionals who came before them, these 107 individuals all completed a rigorous, case-based program of study, have logged a minimum of 5 years (~10,000 hours) of industry experience, agree to uphold the CITT Code of Professional Ethics, commit to regularly invest time in their ongoing professional development, and pay an annual professional fee.
“Industry’s interest in CITT and the CCLP designation has really exploded. Over the past two years, an unprecedented 232 people were certified by CITT. And we’re seeing record numbers of both new students starting and returning students working as fast as they can to earn the CCLP designation. And the CCLP designation continues to deliver professional value, even for supply chain logistics professionals who have worked in the industry for decades. That’s why we’re always thrilled to celebrate member milestones like 25 and especially 40 years of holding and maintaining the professional designation from CITT.”
The CITT also inducted 17 members into its “Quarter Century Club” that recognizes those who have 25 years of uninterrupted certification.
You can view the headshots of newly-certified CCLPs by clicking here, and see the list of all current CCLPs in good standing, here.