Why Choose Logistics and Transport

  • The courses are relevant to industry and Government in every CILT member country of which South Africa is a member.
  • The courses reflect the growing importance of transport and logistics management within the dynamic world of related business.
  • CILT is the leading international professional body for everyone who works within the supply chain, shipping, logistics and transport industry.
  • CILT offers internationally recognized qualifications in transport and logistics, eventually leading to Chartered Membership.
  • As a student, you will be:
  • Learning about the most up-to-date transport and logistics techniques.
  • Able to choose units of study that best match your career.
  • Able to use your qualification nationally and internationally to show your level of knowledge and competence.
  • A career in transport and logistics could mean working with a specialist provider of logistics and distribution services, a train operator, port operations, consultancy, shipping lines, clearing forwarding.

Why Choose Procurement and Supply Chain

  • The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) is the worldwide centre of excellence for procurement and supply management.
  • Throughout the world, CIPS qualifications are recognized as driving leading-edge thinking and professionalism in the industry.
  • Each of the qualifications has been developed by working closely with industry partners to make sure they reflect current, emerging and best practice in procurement and supply chain management.
  • A CIPS professional qualification will enhance your current skills and practices and equip you with new skills, providing you with the professional tool to excel in your chosen field.
  • CIPS qualifications are built around standards identified by the profession as essential for staff at different levels within organizations.
  • CIPS Awarding Body is regulated by Ofqual in England and Northern Ireland, SAQA, Welsh Government, Teveta and ACTT.
  • CIPS qualifications are accredited by the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulator (Ofqual).