ELA-Certification for Logistics Professionals

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ELA-Certification for Logistics Professionals
Participating Countries
FI
FI
PLL R
NL
NL P
RU
U
E
SE
SE
D
DE
CZ
CZ
UK
UK
RO AT
C
H
BE IE
IE
AT
BE
PT
ES
IT ZA HK
ZA I T
Czech Republic
CLA
www.logistika.cz
Mirek Rumler
Tel. +420 2 4144 5270
[email protected]
ES
Belgium - South
ABCAL
www.abcal.org
Miléna Xavier
Tel. +32 10 475359
[email protected]
PT
HK
Belgium - North
VIB
www.bevib.be
Tamara Bonne
Tel. +32 3 286 80 90
[email protected]
CH
Hong Kong
HKLA
www.hkla.org.hk
Stephen Ip
Tel. + 852 27779656
[email protected]
Italy
AILOG
www.ailog.it
Laura Morace
Tel. +39 02 6671 0622
[email protected]
Ireland
IPICS
www.ipics.ie
Peter Black
Tel. +353 21 4251505
[email protected]
Finland
LOGY
www.logy.fi
Kari Litja
Tel. + 09 69 63 743
[email protected]fi
Netherlands
vLm sLe
www.ela-certificate.nl
www.vlmnet.nl
Willemien Kosten
Tel. +31 33 4545969
[email protected]
Germany
BVL
www.bvl.de
Karl-Heinz Belser
Tel. +49 421 173 8410
[email protected]
Portugal
APLOG
www.aplog.pt
Ana Palinhos
Tel. +351 1 214135740
[email protected]
SH
Austria
BVL Austria
www.bvl.at
Brigitta Riebesmeier
Tel. + 43 1 6007171
offi[email protected]
ELA-Certification
for
Logistics Professionals
RO
SH
Poland
ILIM
www.ilim.poznan.pl
Stanislaw Krzyzaniak
Tel. +48 61 850 4902
[email protected]
ilim.poznan.pl
Rep. of South Africa
Univ. Pretoria
Gideon Nieman
Tel. +27 12 420 4349
[email protected]
Romania
ARILOG
www.arilog.ro
Adriana Palasan
[email protected]
Tel. +40 740 19 99 11
Russian Federation
NLA
www.mtu-net.ru
Victor Sergeev
[email protected]
Tel. +7 095 1520971
Shanghai
SELACC
Jack X. Jia
[email protected]
Spain
CEL
www.cel-logistica.org
Juan Pablo Soto
Tel. +34 915 624267
[email protected]
Sweden
SILF & PLAN
www.ela-certificate.se
Karin Brodin
Tel. +46 8 752 1693
[email protected]
Switzerland
GS1
www.gs1.ch
Thomas Bögli
Tel. +41 58 8007000
[email protected]
United Kingdom
CILT(UK)
www.ciltuk.org.uk
Janet DeSilva
Tel: +44 1536 740131
[email protected]
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European Certification for
Logistics Professionals
The ELA certificate is available to those who are able to meet the professional standards set by the
European Logistics Association (ELA). There are three levels of competence. Logisticians who obtain
the ELA certificate are entitled to use the designatory letters after their name:
EJLog – European Junior Logistician on the Supervisory/Operational Management level
ESLog – European Senior Logistician on the Senior Management level
EMLog – European Master Logistician on the Strategic Management level
The ELA- Certificate
As a logistician, would you like to be able to demonstrate that you can perform to a common
European standard of competence in your job?
European certification will be particularly useful for all logisticians who are already working within
a European or worldwide supply-chain, or for those who plan to work outside the country. It will
prove to employers that individuals can perform to a common European standard of competence
in their jobs.
As an Interim Manager it is important that my
clients recognise that I have the knowledge and
understanding of the Supply Chain. Not only within
the UK but, as we now have daily business links with
Europe, it is a common standard recognised there too.
David Zelonka
Are
You, as an employer, interested in assuring that you hire a qualified person? Or are you interested
in developing your current personnel by bringing them to world-class competence level?
European certification will be beneficial for employers, who can rely on the competence level of the
person applying for a position or for marking the staff.
With global trade, it is important to have an international
recognition of the acquired knowledge and understanding
within the Logistics field. The ELA Certification informs
European companies that the bearer of an ELA Certificate has
acquired a standard level of knowledge and understanding in
the fields of Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
Chris Slijkhuis - Director Sourcing Europe MBA Polymers
www.elalog.org
The Competence system
The ELA Standards of Logistics Competence reflect the expectations of workplace performance and
the have been developed with and agreed by industry. The Standards are outcome-based and form
the basis of assessment. Assessment is independent of any learning programmes. The European
Certification Board of Logistics does not prescribe in any way the methods or courses by which
candidates may attain or develop the knowledge and skills, however acknowledged programmes can
contribute to the development of knowledge, skills and competencies required for ELA-Certification.
The ability of candidates to meet the required Standards will be assessed by National Certification
Boards established in each member country. The national representatives are found on the back.
If interested, please contact us further information. If your own country is not represented, please
contact [email protected] or the nearest country representative.