TITLE

Chartered Membership Why, What, How?

PUB. DATE
September 2000
SOURCE
Logistics & Transport Focus;Sep2000, Vol. 2 Issue 7, p12
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article focuses on the benefits offered by chartered membership to the Chartered Institute of Transport for those who need to establish their professional credentials, particularly in an international setting. The qualification criteria explicitly encompass knowledge, qualifications and experience in logistics, transport and supply chain management. So this is a grade of direct relevance to all members of the Institute of Logistics and Transport. To be considered for this grade one must meet two basic criteria. One must have at least five years' full-time work experience, or the equivalent part-time. One must be educated, or professionally qualified, to graduate/chartered status. If one thinks that he or she met these standards, the next step is to contact the membership services department to obtain an upgrade information pack. This will help one check whether he or she did meet the criteria for the grade. A membership panel considers all applications. If he or she is one of those whose qualifications are in areas other than logistics or transport, the process might involve that person to attend an interview with a group of members experienced in his or her current area of work.
ACCESSION #
11646802

 

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