Continuing & Professional Education

Technology in Logistics and Distribution Management

Earn a Microcredential

Courses for everyone 3

As a logis­tics and dis­tri­b­u­tion hub in West­ern Cana­da, Alber­ta has an increas­ing demand for skilled logis­tics and dis­tri­b­u­tion pro­fes­sion­als who under­stand the indus­try’s com­plex­i­ties and embrace the new tech­nolo­gies dri­ving the logis­tics industry.

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Manager in Transportation
145 positions open annually
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Manufacturing Manager
267 positions open annually
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Purchasing and Inventory Control Worker
144 positions open annually
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Supervisor, Supply Chain, Tracking and Scheduling Co-ordination Occupations
591 positions open annually
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Shipper and Receiver
633 positions open annually
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Transportation Route and Crew Scheduler
22 positions open annually
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Devel­oped in con­sul­ta­tion with Sup­ply Chain Cana­da (SCC) the Tech­nol­o­gy in Logis­tics and Dis­tri­b­u­tion Man­age­ment Micro­cre­den­tial sup­ports pro­fes­sion­als tran­si­tion­ing to or work­ing in logis­tics and dis­tri­b­u­tion man­age­ment, pro­vid­ing them with train­ing in the lat­est tech­nolo­gies in the field, such as arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence, machine learn­ing, and robotics.

The pro­gram con­sists of three online cours­es and will be of spe­cial inter­est to learn­ers seek­ing to upskill, change careers, or enhance their exist­ing knowl­edge base.


Learn about new technologies within the context of logistics and distribution.

No prerequisites or entrance requirements.

Three courses, 14 hours each.

Earn a Microcredential
in Technology in Logistics and Distribution Management
  • Can be completed in 3 months
  • Pay as you go
  • Start today – no need to apply for admission
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Canada-Alberta Job Grant 

Available for businesses in all sectors across Alberta

Two-thirds of the training costs (up to 100% if hiring an unemployed Albertan)
any time
Canada Training Benefit 

Residents of Canada, 25-65 years old, who have $10,000-150,000 in earnings for work.

income tax return
Skilled Immigrant Micro-Loan 

Whether you intend to work in the same field you trained in outside of Canada, or you wish to apply your transferable skills to a new career, this low-interest loan helps you cover the cost of education and related living expenses.

Up to $15,000 loan
Alumni Professional Development Grant 

Any alumnus of the University of Alberta

75% of course fee
monthly deadline

Employed by the University of Alberta as Non-Academic Staff (NASA)

$750 annually
Dec / Mar / Jun / Sep

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