Certified Logistics Technology
The Certified Logistics Technology program was developed by the Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC). The CLT program provides students with the knowledge and skills to seek employment as a mid-level material handler in the manufacturing supply chain. The program combines online instruction with in-class presentations, hands-on experiences, and opportunities to visit with various employers. This program will offer students preparation to test for the industry-recognized credentials listed below.
- Required Math Score: Level 4
- Required Reading Score: Level 4
- Program Start (semesters): August; January
- Financial Aid available (for post-secondary students only): No
- Veteran Benefits Eligible (for post-secondary students only): No
- Industry-recognized credentials: MSSC CLA; MSSC CLT
|CLT 101||Supply Chain Logistics||1-2|
|or CLT 250||Forklift Operation|
|CLT 102||Certified Logistics Technician||1|
|CLT 104||Certified Logistics Technician||2|
CLT 101 Supply Chain Logistics (2)
A foundational course to prepare students to work in the world of supply chains and related competencies.
CLT 102 Certified Logistics Technician (1)
This course will provide students with the training, knowledge and skills that mid-level material-handling workers in supply chain logistics will need. Students who successfully complete the course will be eligible to take the assessment to become a certified logistics technician.
CLT 104 Certified Logistics Technician (2)
Mid-Level technical knowledge needed to understand the world of supply chain logistics and related core competencies. Learning materials competencies the application of logistics in product receiving, product storage, order processing, packaging and shipment, inventory control, safe handling of hazardous materials, evaluation of transportation modes, customs and dispatch and tracking operations. This course requires, approximately 35 hours.
CLT 250 Forklift Operation (1)
This course is designed to train entry level workers in the correct use of a forklift to unload, move, stack, and load materials for shipping and distribution.