Advance Your Logistiscs Career. Earn the APICS CLTD.
The APICS Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution (CLTD) certification provied you with the information you need tot meet today's supply chain logistics challenges.
What's the APICS CLTD?
Created by APICS and a team of subject matter experts, the CLTD designation covers a comprehensive body of knowledge that sets the global standard for best practices in logistics, transportation and distribution.
Why get certified?
As an APICS designee you will stand out from your peers, demonstrate a commitment to advancing both your career and your company's operations and be able to apply your new skills and knowledge to make money and make you more valuable to your organization.
Is the CLTD right for you?
The APICS CLTD is designed for logistics professionals across all industries, especially:
Supply chain logistics managers
Reverse logistics managers
The benefits of the APICS CLTD
Earning the CLTD credential will help you:
Master the essential knowledge needed for the logistics, transportation and distribution industry.
Bring new ideas to your organization
Remain current with global logistics trends and developments.
Boost your confidence with recognition as a logistics expert.
Reduce costs and impact your organization's bottom line.
Offered through the APICS Toledo Chapter APICS Channel Partner, the instructor-led format combines the APICS CLTD Learning System with the guidance of an experienced and certified instructor. Benefits include:
Structured classroom environment ensures that you will stay on track with your studies.
Peer discussions help reinforce learning materials
Tuition reimbursement may be available from your employer or through government funding
About the Course Instructor – Danielle D. Long, CPIM, CLTD, CSCP
Danielle is a former University of Toledo alumni with a degree in Supply Chain Management and Business Economics. Danielle became both CPIM and CLTD certified in 2016, and earned her CSCP in 2019. Shortly after receiving the credentials in 2016, she completed the APICS Instructor Development course with the intent of instructing for the Toledo Chapter. She has several years of experience working as an Injection Mold buyer in the Automotive Industry and has spent the past 3 years heavily involved in the APICS Toledo Chapter Board of Directors. Danielle first joined the board as a student member in 2014 and has held several positions since including Student Chapter President, VP Student Liaison and now Executive Vice President.
Invest In Yourself
Your certification goes where you go and leads to recognition and respect for your abilities as a logistics professional.