Expo 2020
Memberships & Benefits


The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport is a worldwide organisation with an established International pedigree. With over 33,000 members working in over 100 countries, the CILT spans the globe. It is an organisation that offers significant benefits to all its members, as well as a complete suite of educational courses internationally.

Why Join CILT International?

Individuals and professionals with a mutual job or career are the founders, and members of industry associations. They share similar goals and interests as well as challenges and concerns. Joining together as an organisation, members gain the ability to help each other by exchanging ideas and experiences. In addition, as a group, they have more power to impact outside elements that may have a bearing on their sector, such as national or state legislation.


Professionals (CILT) affect you and your career? Local meetings begin here. At these meetings, whether local monthly meeting national convention, your future employers and potential staff members. can find out get know. Plus, will meet peers with whom have a lot in common. You may be amazed at how great it is to know you are not the only one having trouble finding qualified drivers or getting second shift supervisors.


Membership: By joining the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport you will gain that anchor. You will gain access to a unique source of support, knowledge, and networking, to assist you to develop, and to succeed throughout your professional life. All members are actively encouraged to progress through four membership categories through a commitment to continuing professional development and lifelong learning.


Education: The Institute brings unique benefits and international qualifications and with the standards you would expect from an international organisation that has held a Royal Charter since 1926. Courses are delivered locally by accredited training providers. The certificates and diplomas for the international courses are awarded by the Institute's headquarters in London, U.K.


Continuing Professional Development: Especially when certain certifications are key in an industry, most organisations will provide their members with access to educational materials, discounts on review and testing costs, and continuing educational development (CPD) to keep certifications current.


State-of-the-Art information. Most industry organisations are intent on sharing information with their members about the latest and the greatest innovations, techniques, and methodologies available. Monthly newsletters, quarterly magazines, council meetings, seminars, and conferences provide you with the ability to know what is going on and how to make your job more efficient and effective. Vendors offering products necessary to your scope of responsibility will reach out to members first with details about goods and services. When you are charged with making critical decisions, this will give you the inside track.


Job Boards: In addition to using a specialized recruiter when searching for someone with specific industry experience it is more likely that a human resource manager, or a recruiter, will turn to association members first. The probabilities of finding someone with specific qualifications are much greater from this pool of candidates than from a more generic pool, such as a local newspaper. Those who join and get involved in industry organizations are seen as having initiative, a willingness to continue their education, and stay up-to-date with what is going on in the industry.