Certified in Logistics, Transportation, and Distribution (CLTD)

CLTD CertificationCertified in Logistics, Transportation, and Distribution (CLTD) is the new and exciting APICS Certification offering getting rave reviews by industry experts! Click on the link below to learn about CLTD Certification:

  

Try out the CLTD Learning System Demo to see if this program is right for you! CLTD Demo LInk

Need help deciding which Certification program is right for you?  Click here to check out the Comparison Chart.

LOCAL CLASSES:

For a list of the upcoming local classes, click on the respective term below to download the complete Registration Form. (Includes dates, times, locations, prices, deadlines) Fill it out and return with your payment if you prefer to pay by check instead of registering online below:

 

Prefer to self-study? Click here to download the CLTD Learning System Order Form. And get started today!

QUESTIONS?  Contact us at info@apicstc.org or by phone at 763/413-2513!

Exam Fees:
Member: $475.00
Non-member: $525.00
Re-take Fee: $250.00


To register after the posted "Registration Deadline", please call the Chapter Office.  Late registrations will be accepted on a "space available" basis and will be subject to a $45 LATE FEE.  Thank you.  Payment is due at the time of registration.

Upcoming CLTD Certification Review Classes: (sign up below)


Mar 19

CLTD Certification Review Spring Term 2018

Monday evenings, 5:00-9:00pm, 3/19/18 thru 5/21/18, 10 weeks, Registration Deadline: 3/2/18
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CLTD Certification Review Course Re-Take Policy:
Students who have taken a Twin Cities Chapter CSCP Certification Review Course within the last 2 years may register to re-take the class for a fee of $500-members, $600-nonmembers.  A current CSCP Learning System (at student’s expense) is required.

Session Re-take Policy:
Students who have taken a Twin Cities Chapter CPIM, CSCP, or CLTD Certification Review Course within the last 2 years may audit a session of the same course for free one time.  Students are required to notify the Chapter 48 hours ahead of the session they plan to attend.  Students may audit up to a maximum of 3 sessions of a specific evening course or one session of a daytime course.