Specialist in Transportation and Logistics
Start date: February 18, 2019
End date: February 21, 2020
Info session date: Wednesday, November 21st at 9am
Logistics is the universal thread or “pipeline” that plans and coordinates the delivery of products and services to customers all over the world. It ensure an effective and efficient flow of materials and information from the time a need arises until it is satisfied and beyond.
Logistics is involved every time you purchase a product, whether it’s food, medicine, or clothing. It doesn’t matter how you shop, whether at a store, by mail order, through direct sales, or via the Internet, you are being served by the logistics pipeline. The items you purchase have been transported from manufacturers near and far to get to you and logistics professionals have managed each of these journeys.
The goal of this program is to prepare students for employment in the domain of transportation and logistics. Designed for adults who do not have any prior academic training in the areas of transportation and logistics, the intention of this program is to enable them to begin successful careers and provide a sound foundation for further education and career development in this economic sector.
Most importantly, the area of transportation and logistics offers everything that you want in a career such as job openings at all levels, good salaries, upward mobility, interesting responsibilities and worldwide opportunities.
Graduates of this Program would be prepared for employment in positions such as Logistics Coordinator, Fleet Manager, Logistics Dispatcher, and Transport and Export Technician.
- I’m interested, but I already have experience
Champlain College Saint-Lambert offers the same TL AEC through RAC, specifically for people who have a significant amount of work or life experience. It takes approximately 4 to 12 months to complete, and can be pursued even with a full-time job.
The Specialist in Transportation and Logistics Program consists of sixteen (16) credit courses, for a total of 1140 hours.
- 410-045-LA – Introduction to Transportation, Logistics and Global Geography – 60 Hours
- 410-046-LA – Effective Business Communication for Transportation and Logistics – 60 Hours
- 410-050-LA – Accounting Concepts for Logistics – 75 Hours
- 410-044-LA – Customer Service and Sales – 60 Hours
- 602-002-LA – Second Language for Transportation and Logistics – 60 Hours
- 420-943-LA – Applied Information Technology for Transportation and Logistics – 90 Hours
- 410-008-LA – Principles of Purchasing Management – 45 Hours
- 410-009-LA – Warehousing and Inventory Management – 75 Hours
- 410-051-LA – North American Transport – 105 Hours
- 410-011-LA – Operations Management for Transportation and Logistics – 75 Hours
- 410-012-LA – Cost Analysis and Pricing for Transportation and Logistics – 60 Hours
- 410-013-LA – International Transportation – 90 Hours
- 410-047-LA – Tariffs, Customs and Legal Issues in Transportation – 60 Hours
- 410-015-LA – Environmental Issues in Transportation – 45 Hours
- 410-016-LA – Supply Chain Management and Logistics – 60 Hours
- 410-017-LA – Internship – Transportation and Logisitics – 120 Hours
Candidates must have a Quebec Diploma of Secondary Studies or a High School Leaving Certificate or have received instruction deemed sufficient by the College. Candidates must be functionally bilingual (French and English), particularly in their oral communication skills. Candidates are required to take the following entrance exams: Mathematics, English and French (oral and written). Prospective candidates will be asked to submit a curriculum vitae (CV) and may be interviewed prior to admission to the Program to verify their qualifications. Potential candidates may be required to take an appropriate remedial course(s).
- Further details
You are eligible to register in a program if you are a:
- Canadian Citizen or
- Permanent Resident or
- Holder of a valid Student Visa
And you can provide proof of previous studies deemed acceptable by the College, for example:
- A Quebec Secondary V Diploma or a Diploma of Secondary Studies or equivalent scholarity or
- A College Diploma or a University Degree or
- An “Évaluation comparative des études effectuées hors du Québec” or
- Partial high school studies, coupled with a recommendation from a current or former employer that you would benefit from pursuing your education at the post-secondary level.
And you meet one of the following three conditions:
- You have not been a full-time student for at least two consecutive terms or one school year within the last 12 months.
- You are part of an agreement between the College and an employer, or you are sponsored within the terms of a government program (for example: CSST, Emploi-Québec).
- You have completed at least one year of post-secondary studies spread over a period of one year or more.
- $30.00 Application fee (non-refundable)
- $145.00 for registration fees (per semester, with 3 semesters total)
- $500.00 for books (approximately)
- $100.00 – $200.00 for parking (if required)
- Further details
All new students must pay a $30.00 application fee the first time they register for a program. This fee is non-refundable.
Tuition / Registration Fees
- Part-time: Students taking less than 180 course hours per semester in a program must pay $25.00 per course ($5.00 registration fee + $20.00 auxiliary services fee).
- Full-time Students: Students taking 180 course hours (or more) per semester in a program must pay a registration fee of $145.00 ($20.00 registration fee + $125.00 auxiliary services).
Please Note: If your student status changes within a given semester, from full-time to part-time, or from part-time to full-time, all fees will be recalculated. You will either be charged the difference or given a refund.
Foreign Student Fee
- Part-time: Foreign students must pay $29.48 per course hour.
- Full-time: Foreign students must pay $6,059.00 per semester.
Fees for Non-Residents of Québec*
- Part-time: Non-resident students must pay $7.36 per course hour.
- Full-time: Non-resident students must pay $1,508.00 per semester.
- Students who can provide the official Birth Certificate from the Province of Québec are deemed to be residents of Québec for purposes of the regulations. No further documentation is required.
- Students born outside the Province of Québec or Canada and who have been living in Québec for the past twelve months or longer can provide a copy of their valid Québec Medicare card and, if deemed necessary by Continuing Education, a copy of their 2015 “Property Tax Bill” or 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 “Rental Leases.”
- Also considered as Québec residents are individuals who meet other criteria that allow them to be considered as Québec residents for purposes of exemptions from the non-resident fees. The type of acceptable documents vary, and details should be requested in each case by calling the Continuing Education office at (450) 672-7364.
*Applicants Who Were Not Born in Québec
As of the Fall 2000 semester, the Ministry of Education requires that new students, as well as students who are returning to study after an interruption or who have changed their program of study, will have to demonstrate that they are deemed residents of Québec in order to be exempt from new fees that apply only to non-residents of Québec. These new fees are required of non-residents who take any course or courses that are fully or partially subsidized by the government of Québec. The fees for non-residents will be applied according to the following schedule.
There is a fee of $6.00* per day or you can purchase a special parking pass for the month, semester, or year. You must provide your license plate number in order to purchase your parking pass. Parking passes will be sold at the beginning of classes. No refunds on tickets or parking passes.
*Subject to change
Course Withdrawal – Credit courses
Students can officially withdraw from credit courses within the first 20% of the course. (Example: Within the first 9 hours of a 45 hour course, 12 hours of a 60 hour course, etc.). Courses which have been dropped officially within this timeframe will not appear on the student’s transcript. Students who are registered for 180 hours of courses during a given semester hold a full-time student status. Should a student choose to withdraw from a credit course(s) and as a result of this their student status changes, all fees will be recalculated. Students will either be charged the difference or sent a refund. If, after the official withdrawal date, students stop attending courses in which they are registered, they will receive the grade cumulated at the time they stopped attending.
Also, by withdrawing from a course(s) within your Attestation program, it may make it difficult or impossible for you to continue with your program at that time or it may delay you in the completion of your program.
To avoid academic consequences on your permanent record (such as a failing grade for a course you did not complete), you must withdraw officially before the withdrawal deadline for each course. Requests for official withdrawals must be done in writing. The appropriate form for withdrawal is available from the Continuing Education Office (F-107). You may also send an email indicating your intentions to withdraw to firstname.lastname@example.org.