Skip to Content
View site list


Pre-Bid Projects

Pre-Bid Projects

Click here to see Canada’s most comprehensive listing of projects in conceptual and planning stages


George Brown College, CILTNA partner to create opportunities for supply chain grads

DCN-JOC News Services
George Brown College, CILTNA partner to create opportunities for supply chain grads

TORONTO — George Brown College’s (GBC) School of Continuing Education and The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transportation North America (CILTNA) have signed an agreement to help students graduating from the Supply Chain Management Program to advance their careers in the logistics and transportation industry.  

Through the partnership, in addition to receiving a George Brown certificate, graduates of the online supply chain program qualify to receive the International Diploma in Logistics and Transport offered by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT).  

Program participants are also eligible for CILTNA student membership, which provides access to free CILTNA events and a discount on paid events. Graduates who can demonstrate one year of work experience in the logistics or transportation industry are eligible for the working-level CILTNA membership. 

The global supply chain has been a major area of concern since the beginning of the pandemic, indicates a release, adding as organizations expand their business operations, many are looking for skilled, talented professionals to deal with problems of supply chain management across different products, locations and organizations.

“We are pleased to partner with The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) which is the oldest international transportation and logistics organization in the world,” said Joseph Sirianni, chair of the Technology and Trades, School of Continuing Education at George Brown College, in a statement. “The COVID-19 pandemic has directly impacted global supply chains and transport and logistics, and this global accreditation benefits students and increases their employment opportunities. Students will be joining an international community of transportation and logistics professionals where they can advance both their education and careers.”

Recent Comments (1 comments)

Your comment will appear after review by the site.

A great step forward in merging education, mentorship and a global network to help supply chain professional succeed in these turbulent times. CILTNA is looking forward to working with George Brown College to create a Trade & Customs program as a natural addition to these existing supply chain programs. Stay tuned.


You might also like