The APICS Certified in Logistics, Transportation, and Distribution (CLTD) program will expand your logistics, transportation, and distribution knowledge and prepare you for the APICS CLTD certification exam.

APICS Milwaukee Chapter is also excited to host upcoming instructor-led training courses in March 2020 for APICS CLTD 2.0 Learning System that will expand participants global logistics knowledge with updated content to ensure logistics, transportation and distribution professionals have the knowledge they need to succeed in the global marketplace.

2020 CLTD 2.0 Enhancements Include:

  1. 9 new case studies (1-per module)
  2. Updates to the online menu to assist students such as downloadable e-Pub files for note-taking, exam prep video series, in-product calculator, instructor-led slides and more
  3. Moving from 8 to 9 modules, splitting the CLTD 1.0 Inventory and Warehousing into individual modules
  4. Progress check questions moved into online quizzes
  5. 2 physical printed books

Why you should earn the CLTD designation

  • Gain recognition in the field as a logistics expert
  • Build credibility and set yourself apart from peers
  • Learn latest trends in global supply chain logistics
  • Impact your organization's bottom line
  • Demonstrate logistics mastery of knowledge


Classes are offered periodically throughout the year. (see current schedule below) Classes provide a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas with peers. Please CONTACT US before you register if you have questions about course dates. Also please note classes typically skip holidays.


CLTD: Wednesdays (5-9) – 10 Sessions

  • Starts March 11, 2020
  • $1,750 Member/$1,995 Non Member

Upcoming Classes

Art of Negotiations

Negotiation Is a Process. In this workshop, participants will learn the art behind successful negotiations, a key skill for many supply chain roles. 
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Supply Chain Management - Principles and Concepts

The focus of this workshop is to provide an introduction to supply chain management, review the related planning processes and discuss inventory management, procurement and logistics as they relate to the supply chain.
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Inventory Basics

Those stocks or items used to support production (raw materials and work-in-process items), supporting activities (maintenance, repair, and operating supplies), and customer service (finished goods and spare parts).
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Function of and responsibility for procuring materials, supplies and services.
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Material Requirements Planning

A set of techniques that uses bill of material data, inventory data, and the master production schedule to calculate requirements for materials.
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CPIM Basics

This is the perfect introductory course for production and inventory management personnel and CPIM candidates.
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Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing

This class is ideally suited for those supply chain professionals who support or interact with any departments involved with the implementation of lean or, continuous supply chain improvement initiatives.
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The CSCP designation is the most sought-after certification by supply chain professionals around the globe seeking to achieve mastery and recognition in their field.
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Master essential knowledge and concepts to streamline logistics operations.
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Intro to Continuous Improvement for Healthcare

This class is ideally suited for healthcare professionals who support or interact with any departments involved with the implementation of continuous improvement initiatives. It introduces essential vocabulary and skills.
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