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TORONTO, Ont. — Fall Registration for the CITT Program of Study has been extended to August 22.

No other season can match autumn in terms of course availability. But time is running out.

“The CITT’s renowned Program of Study is without equal in terms of relevant course content, industry-savvy instructors and choice of study mode for busy, working professionals,” claims CITT president Catherine Viglas.

Courses in all disciplines will be starting very soon, including courses in Logistics Fundamentals, Business Knowledge and Advanced Logistics.

“Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your professional capabilities and accelerate your career,” Viglas added.

Courses can be taken though a number of convenient learning modes, including: online, through correspondence or in the classroom through one of many academic partners.

The CITT is a leading professional development organization in the supply chain and logistics sector, offering a respected and widely held designation.

Visit the CITT website for more information or to register.

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