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CILT(UK) Competency Framework

CILT(UK) Capability Recognition 

CILT(UK) Designation 

Click here to access the Competency Framework 

Click here to find out more about Capability Recognition 

Click here to find out more about CILT(UK) Designation

Application process coming soon!

Contact Professional Standards for more information or to register your interest: pd@ciltuk.org.uk

Logistics, transport and supply chain operations are fast-paced, innovative and critical to our daily lives. They should be preferred professions of choice for talented individuals looking for roles that make a difference to society’s safety, prosperity and freedom of movement.


The CILT (UK) Competency Framework is a key element in our goal to effectively support organisations, employers, employees and those considering entering the profession in understanding the competencies 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. 

 

Over the coming months CILT (UK) will be focusing on four key areas in order to actively help organisations nurture talent, guide those already in the industry and support the next generation; the people who promote profitable solutions and propel the national economy.

 

 

Click here to access the framework and guidance on how to make use of it.

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