Why Become a Certified Professional

Are you considering becoming a certified professional by earning a Logistics Institute designation? Read on to learn how being a certified professional will advance you both professionally and personally.
  • INCREASE YOUR EMPLOYABILITY & CAREER MOBILITY
    The Logistics Institute is recognized in the industry for the competencies and job-ready skills you will develop through our certification programs. Demonstrate to employers, colleagues and clients that you have met the professional standards established by a third-party.
  • GAIN NEW PERSPECTIVES
    Adult learning techniques will help you gain different perspectives, explore industry wise practices, apply your experience and build your expertise.
  • BOOST YOUR REPERTOIRE OF TRANSFERABLE SKILLS
    Our specialized certification programs give you the training and knowledge with up-to-date tools and strategies to guide you in your career, wherever you are.
  • INCREASE YOUR MARKET WORTH
    Boost your professional credibility by demonstrating to employers, colleagues and clients of your awareness of the critical skills and competencies that successful SCL professionals need to have.
  • GAIN COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
    Earning a credential from a reputable organization sets you apart from other candidates: it can be the key hiring or retention differentiator.
  • JOIN A COMMUNITY OF ELITE SCL PROFESSIONALS
    Did you know? A survey by Canadian Shipper magazine identifies P.Logs reporting the highest salaries amongst supply chain designation holders!
In this video, Founding President Victor Deyglio discusses the key characteristics of being a professional with Darren Drouillard, General Manager at Powerline Logistics Services Inc.
Darren earned his P.Log. (Professional Logistician) designation in 2017 and his P.A.In. (Professional in Applied Innovation) designation in 2019.
Watch their entire conversation here.
In this video, Founding President Victor Deyglio discusses the value of the P.Log. with professional member Joe Googel. Joe earned his P.Log. (Professional Logistician) designation in 2013.
Watch their entire conversation here.
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