Global Logistics Center
The center offers programs for individuals seeking jobs in logistics, transportation, warehousing, import/export compliance, business processes and more. Choose shorter courses or longer-term certificates and degree programs, including workplace learning opportunities.
Employers may work directly with the center for start up or growth to expand operations in global trade. Employers and organizations may also request custom design and delivery of training to employees in Mecklenburg County. Programs range in level of difficulty, length and format while providing either skills and competencies alone or in conjunction with credit-based degree and certificates.
NEW! Fall 2015 Associate in Applied Science degree in Global Logistics and Distribution Management and certificates in Supply Chain Management and Logistics. Read more in this news release about the generous grant support from JPMorgan Chase for the new degree program.
Certificates, Courses and Areas of Study
Logistics and Supply Chain
APICS and ISM programs, including Certified in Production and Inventory Management and Certified Supply Chain Professional, plus courses including Foundation of Supply Management, Effective Supply Management Performance and Leadership in Supply Management
Import and Export Compliance
- Small Business Center is a resource for exploring business creation and growth, exporting, marketing and more to increase the opportunities in global trade.
Degrees and Certificates
NEW! Associate in Applied Science degree in Global Logistics and Distribution Management and certificates in Supply Chain Management and Logistics. For the latest information on a degree program, contact the Global Logistics Center at 704-330-4609.
The Corporate Learning Center offers custom-designed group training or can assist you in sponsoring your staff in publicly offered sessions. CPCC can also work directly with your management team to assess unique needs and learning objectives. We also work with employers to connect them with state funding sources and grants. For more information, call 704.330.4660.
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