Can’t Attend Logistics Conference? Register for Webcasts
Posted: October 13, 2015
TORONTO, ON – A provider of trucking industry online professional courses, certifications and webinars has opened registration for the webcast presentations of the CITT Canada Logistics Conference 2015.
“Canada Logistics Conference is open for everyone in the specialized sector and for the hundreds of thousands of people who work in supply chain logistics functions all across our country,” says CITT President Catherine Viglas. “And thanks to our 2015 online conference sponsor, Yakidoo, this year’s learning sessions will air in real-time on October 26th and 27th via online webcast,” she adds.
Pre-registration is required and attendees will be able to interact with the speakers during the presentations yet join in from the comfort of their own office or from the convenience of a mobile screen.
Pre-registered, online conference attendees will also have unlimited access to the sessions for one full year, so schedule conflicts or time-differences can be managed and viewers can still get most of the learning and value of these sessions even if they’re not able to watch them live, according to CITT.
Eight learning sessions were selected for the 2015 conference to help people and organizations run more profitable, reliable and resilient supply chain logistics operations. There is immediate applicability with a primer on the Canadian regulatory situation and an expert panel discussion on supply chain maturity, as well as the other topics:
• Packaging Optimization
• Pan Am Games Case Study
• Attention Management
• Sustainability Reports
• St Lawrence Seaway
• 2016 Economic Outlook
Each session is presented for only $60 and people can register on an à la carte basis. Professionals who hold the CITT-Certified Logistics Professionals (CCLP) or are currently registered as students of CITT working toward their designation will only pay $25 per session.
Full details are available on CITT’s website and people can learn more and register from the event website or by calling CITT at 416-363-5696 until Oct 23.