The CILT Professional Qualifications are designed t o cover the Key Knowledge Areas; the range of subjects and depth of knowledge required b y an individual to be considered a Professional Member of our Institute. The range of subjects is wider, and the depth of knowledge greater for a Fellow than it is for a Member.
The Key Knowledge Areas for a professional Institute such as the CILT are determined by their Professional Members. The CILT also consults with practitioners, subject area experts as well as business and other professional organisations working in each field.
The Key Knowledge Areas and learning outcomes are the same for all CILT qualifications at that level, wherever they were designed, whichever organisation provides instruction and whatever language the candidate is examined in.
The learning outcomes for an Academic Qualification meet local market requirements. The number of credits and assessment strategy must meet the criteria of that institution’s Senate (or equivalent committee). Consequently the curriculum for a Degree or other level courses in logistics and transport can vary from university to university, college to college.
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