There are a number of Volunteer Roles and Opportunities available that can allow you to share your expertise, knowledge and passion with other CILT Members and the wider Professions.
Professional Sector Forums
– we support 18 Forums made up of Volunteer Communities who work in and support specific Professions and or specialism within a Profession. These include, Retail, Food and Reverse Logistics, Transport and Logistics Safety Forum, Bus and Coach Forum, Rail Study Forum to name a few.
Diversity & Inclusion Forums
– CILT is dedicated to moving forward the Diversity and Inclusion agenda in the Logistics, Supply Chain Operations and Transport Professions. CILT is a space for all those working and supporting these professions. We support three Forums who focus on areas of the Diversity and Inclusion Spectrum:
- Accessibility and Inclusion Forum
- Women in Logistics Forum
- PRIDE Professional Network Forum
– we support Volunteer Communities across the UK from Scotland to Northern Ireland, from London to Liverpool. These Communities are made up of knowledgeable and dedicated Volunteers who deliver a range of meaningful and valuable activity for Members in their area, and now with the ‘ magic’ of online events; and beyond!
Public Policy Groups
- CILT is dedicated to shaping change in all aspects of logistics, supply chain and transport. We play a vital role in the development of policy and guidance, producing regular submissions to the UK Government, engaging with officials and Ministers, as well as publishing reports and consultation responses which review and respond to recent policy proposals.
CILT public policy is solely lead and developed by our members, who collaborate within a number of policy groups. Member input into policy reports and consultation responses ensures that CILT reflects the current concerns of the supply chain, logistics and transport professions. We are always seeking fresh volunteers who relish the opportunity to lead our work.
Applications for CILT Chartered Member and Chartered Fellow grades require an assessment by a panel of peers. All panel members are required to be a current Chartered Member or Chartered Fellow themselves. If you have a the time, knowledge, basic Excel skills and would like to be involved in peoples journey of making their way up to our assessed grades of membership, then we’d love to hear from you! To find out more, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org