With the ever growing global trade practices, logistics and transport are becoming an integral part of doing business, international. To complete the circle, high learning institutions are teaching these subjects to professionalize the trade.
Victoria University which in April was accredited as a member of the International Ambassador for the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) is set to launch Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Programs on 23rd May 2019 at Kabira Country Club.
Faridah Ashaba, a Ugandan female pilot is expected to be the guest speaker at the launch. Ashaba is the founder and chief executive officer of Bambino Life Foundation, an organization that focuses on promoting girl child education, creating awareness about children living with disabilities and providing a sustainable environment to children living in orphanages.
Ashaba plans to use the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport and her profession as a pilot to inspire more ladies to join the industry and take up the opportunities in the sector and expand their horizons.
Under the faculty of business and management offers courses related or requires logistics and transport services. They offer courses like Bachelor of international business, bachelor or diploma in procurement and logistics, short courses export trade promotion.
From these courses, students acquire knowledge and skills required for efficient acquisition and disposal of organization resources. This program covers a broad spectrum of areas within the field, such as procurement, logistics, and transportation.
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