New maritime initiatives prepare you for job opportunities in bustling transportation hub
Marylanders are lucky to live near the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore, ranked the most efficient port in the nation (2015). This mega-complex connects land (truck and rail), air and sea venues to facilitate commerce throughout the region, the nation and the world. Locally, the Port’s major impact is on creating and maintaining jobs for thousands of workers.
To support the workforce needs of the port and its related business functions, CCBC has established a new Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Institute. The Institute will encompass both credit and noncredit workforce development programs and courses offered by CCBC.
Currently, CCBC offers training programs in a variety of related areas:
- Commercial Driver License, including hazmat and tanker, Terminal and RoRo tractors
- Diesel Technician/Mechanic
- Logistics Coordinator
- Logistics Technician
- Aviation Management
- Flight and Air Traffic Control (AAS and credit certificates)
On the credit side, CCBC’s new Transportation, Distribution and Maritime Logistics (TD&ML) program offers students the options of a 21-credit certificate program and a 60-credit degree program leading to an associate of applied science degree in TD&ML.
If you are interested in pursuing a professional career in TD&ML, register for credit courses for either the certificate or associate of applied science degree programs:
TDML 101 – Introduction to Transportation, Distribution & Maritime Logistics
TDML 148 – Global Commercial Transportation
TDML 150 – Introduction to Supply Chain Management
TDML 155 – Maritime Transportation & Distribution Technology
TDML 201 – Domestic Freight Operations
TDML 202 – Principles of Maritime Logistics
TDML 273 – Internship: Transportation, Distribution, and Maritime Logistics
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