Fritz Institute and The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (UK) have collaborated with leading aid agencies and experts in humanitarian logistics to offer this world-renowned qualification and training programme.
Qualifying as an Humanitarian Logistics professional ensures front-line aid works can deliver humanitarian aid to those most in need in the most efficient and effective way possible.
The courses are tailor-made to the specifications demanded by aid agencies to meet the needs of complex contemporary humanitarian operations.
CILT(UK) on behalf of Certification Advisory Group (CAG) are delighted to announce the launch of the new CHL: Certificate in Humanitarian Logistics
The new approach offers an accessible, agile, and relevant learning solution, allowing Learners the flexibility to study online, at their own pace, anytime, anywhere.
- CHL: Humanitarian Logistics Self-Guided Practice: Review online learning materials based on realistic case study scenarios to answer assessment activities and questions. The self-guided practice is available online for free in DisasterReady.org.
- Coach-based Assignments: Complete a series of assignments to demonstrate your skills. A professional logistics coach will review your assignments, provide feedback, and answer questions. The coach-based assignments have a fee of 760 GBP and are delivered by the Logistics Learning Alliance (LLA).
You will achieve the Certification for Humanitarian Logistics (CHL) by passing the self-guided practice activities and an external review of the coach-based assignments.
Ready to get started?
Go to the CHL website for pricing and to sign up.
The relevance and currency of the Certification Programme is maintained through inter-agency, collaboration and participation. The programme is managed and awarded by The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport(UK). Logistics Learning Alliance (LLA) is worldwide Approved Centre for all of the training courses.
The programmes continue to be guided by the Certification Advisory Group, which comprises senior logistics officers from Fritz Institute, Oxfam, UNICEF, ICRC, Save the Children, CRS, WFP, UNHCR and MSF.
CILT(UK) are currently setting up a forum to help support students and individuals within the Humanitarian Sector.
If you are interested in joining for Committee please email on email@example.com expressing your interest.