TITLE

Showing Your Membership

PUB. DATE
September 2000
SOURCE
Logistics & Transport Focus;Sep2000, Vol. 2 Issue 7, p11
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Post-nominal letters, the letters one's institute membership entitles a member to put after his or her name, serve two purposes. First, they tell the world that one is a professional in one's chosen field. The second purpose is a way for a member to tell people that he or she is a member and, by doing so, encourages others to join. This article discusses the types of letters that a member of the Institute of Logistics and Transport is entitled to use. As a member of the institute, one is entitled to use the letters MILT, which stands for Member of the Institute of Logistics and Transport. Similarly, as a fellow of the institute, one may use the letters FILT, and this group will include those who were fellows, honorary fellows and emeritus fellows. As an affiliate member, student affiliate or company/academic friend affiliate, one is not entitled to use posty-nominal letters.
ACCESSION #
11646801

 

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