offer logistics training
THE Chartered Institute of
Logistics and Transport Malaysia (CILTM) is at the final stage of
cooperation with several Government-recognised local universities to
provide training for its future members.
Acting president Datuk Capt Abdul
Rahim Abdul Aziz said the move was in line with the institute's
decision to stop sending its student-member to the Malaysian
Association of Productivity (MAP) for training since Jan 1.
“The Malaysian Qualifications
Agency and Public Service Department does not recognised MAP as a
private institute of higher learning.
“MAP has been instructed not to
accept students for the Advanced Diploma in Logistics Management
course since early this year,” he told StarBiz.
Given MAP's unrecognised status,
Abdul Rahim said students in the year of 2006 and 2007 only achieved
“However, students who are
currently taking courses at MAP are advised to contact CILTM
immediately for further instructions.
“Future students who wish to
undergo the course are also advised to contact the institute,” he
CILTM is part of Britain-based The
Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) global
It is a professional body that
supports career development in the logistics and transportation
Membership of CILT, which is
represented in over 30 countries, provides the latest news and
information of the industry as well as presents opportunities for
continuous professional development.