In a constantly changing economy, education is key to success. This is relevant whether you’re seeking an associate’s level degree or a recent graduate pursuing a Master’s, or an executive in an organization who would like to improve your logistics knowledge and skills. There are many educational options to fit your schedule, budget and career goals.

Colleges and Universities offer bachelor’s degree programs in logistics, supply chain management, transportation, distribution, and international trade. These programs provide a thorough understanding of the field. They cover procurement and sourcing as well as global logistics, inventory management, warehouse management import and export laws, as well as transportation systems.

Professional organizations also offer certifications and continuing education courses. The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals for instance, offers an Certified Logistics Professional designation (CLMP) that requires a bachelor’s degree and three-years of industry experience. Another option is the Certified Contract Manager (CPCM) that is offered by the National Contract Management Association. This designation focuses on contract management in specific industries, such as defense, commerce federal and local government agencies, and education.

While businesses are demanding more education opportunities for rank and file workers They are also looking for courses that are tailored to their specific business needs. This is especially true for logistics professionals who are accountable for the allocation and storage consumer goods. It is therefore crucial to study your options and select a program that fits your career goals. This includes looking at the location as well as tuition, financial assistance and course offerings as well as staffing.

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