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Course Description

The Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution (CLTD) designation covers a comprehensive body of knowledge that sets the global standard for best practices in logistics, transportation, and distribution. Learn how to manage logistics as a cohesive system through the planning, designing, and controlling processes. Understand the trade-offs that come from aligning logistic strategies with organizational business goals and priorities. Identify microenvironmental factors of global logistics that impact countries and organizations around the world. Acquire the knowledge you need for the CLTD certification exam with subject-matter experts in this blended learning course. Each course is self-paced and instructor-led learning course created by a team of experts. You have 12 weeks from the start of the course to complete it. The CLTD Learning System and your exam voucher are valid for 12 months from the date your order is fulfilled by ASCM, which is typically two weeks prior to your course start date. The Center for Professional and Continuing Education will notify you of fulfillment by email.

 

Course Outline

  • Week 1: Logistics Overview
  • Week 2: Logistics Strategy
  • Week 3: Logistic Network Design
  • Week 4: Sustainability and Reverse Logistics
  • Week 5: Capacity Planning and Demand Management
  • Week 6: Order Management
  • Week 7: Inventory Management
  • Week 8: Warehouse Management
  • Week 9: Warehouse Management Continued
  • Week 10: Transportation
  • Week 11: Transportation Continued
  • Week 12: Global Logistics Considerations

Notes

HOW COURSE IS TAUGHT

  • 12 Weeks of Prep and Content & Discussions
  • Access to a Team of Subject Matter Experts
  • CLTD Exam Credit
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Section Title
APICS Certified in Logistics Transportation and Distribution
Type
Online, fixed date
Dates
Dec 05, 2022 to Feb 27, 2023
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
PCE-BUSN460 non-credit $2,450.00
Instructors
  • Stacey Little
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