Truck and Track Summer 2023 Summer 2023 Truck and Track 19 CILT(UK) The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport CILT(UK) is the professional body for those involved in the movement of goods, people and their associated supply chains. With over 100 years’ experience of supporting members with career development, information, networking and professional recognition, we understand the required professional and practical competencies to enable logistics and transport professionals to thrive. The CILT(UK) Learning Centre is designed for busy professionals, wanting to boost their career opportunities. Our globally-recognised qualifications and online CPD short courses develop knowledge and skills across a variety of professional areas. From Logistics, Transport, Supply Chain and Operations Management Qualifications to accredited CPC refresher and tailored learning solutions for your organisation, our Learning Centre and Professional Development team are ideally placed to support both individuals and organisational needs. Your structured pathway to success: The CILT(UK) Competency Framework is a key element in CILT(UK)’s goal to effectively support organisations, employers, employees and those considering entering the profession, in understanding the skills, competencies and knowledge required for success. Many organisations have professional development frameworks in place and this resource will serve to inform and enhance what already exists within the areas of logistics, transport and supply chain operations. The framework supports the soon to be launched professional designations which define professional identity and indicates competency and credibility, showing commitment to the sector, a dedication to ongoing CPD and aspirational career development. All qualifications offered by the CILT(UK) Learning Centre, directly link with the Competency Framework and the common Professional Standards required for Logistics, Transport, Supply Chain and Operations professionals. Who should use the competency framework? Employees: to identify requirements for a career in the profession and specific areas for improvement Employers: to inform job descriptions, identify skills gaps and necessary learning for staff development Seniority doesn’t necessarily equate to advanced knowledge and experience in every task a person oversees. For example, a senior manager in an organisation could have level 6 skills, Start your professional development journey New qualifications and accessible learning at CILT(UK) Learning Centre