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The certification is the recognized best practice for training in humanitarian logistics and management of the supply chain. The objective of this training is to enhance the effectiveness of emergency response to vulnerable populations worldwide by improving the professional skills of logisticians working in the humanitarian field.

Who can apply?
Applicants for the Certification in Humanitarian Medical Logistics Practices (MedLog) must have field experience of at least one year as a humanitarian logistician or a medical specialist. Those who apply for the Certification in Humanitarian Logistics must have a minimum of one year’s experience in the field as a humanitarian logistician.

The certification programme is delivered entirely on-line so access to the internet is vital. Candidates must also be able to convince us of their availability to complete the training and subsequently use the knowledge and skills acquired in a humanitarian environment. Preference will be given to candidates who are currently serving as humanitarian actors on the ground, with a national NGO, or with a government agency (such as the Ministry of Health or National Agency for Disaster Management).


URGENT INFORMATION: This is to inform the general public that venue for the 2018 induction ceremony has been changed from the Novella Planet Hotel, Port Novo, Republic of Benin to LTV hall.  The new venue for the induction ceremony of our prestigious and reputable international professional bodies shall be Lagos State Television Combo Hall, Agidingbi, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria.  

Time :  12 Noon.     
Date :  May 12th,  2018.  Your presence would be highly appreciated sir/ma.


The objectives of AICTL are to:

  • Ensure adequate supply of qualified personnel to the industry
  • Keep qualified individuals up to date throughout their professional working lives
  • Play active and influential roles in shaping logistics and transport policies for the future development of the sector



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