Workers are in increasing demand!With Baltimore poised to become the leading port on the East coast, important occupations in this sector include more than just truck and bus drivers.
Workers are required to keep equipment running and to move, and keep moving, storing, scheduling and delivering the goods and services our economy demands! Important, too, are the workers and managers who manage the complete supply chain that companies need to reach their end-consumer. Industry sub-sectors include air, rail, water, and truck transportation, urban transit and ground passenger transportation, warehousing and storage.
TD&L’s job cluster includes drivers, diesel mechanics, pilots, forklift operators, supply chain specialists, schedulers and dispatchers, warehouse technicians, port and terminal workers and many more! CCBC’s Transportation, Distribution and Logistics training will help you to prepare for a career in many of these important occupations.
Transportation, distribution and logistics career training options
Aviation and Marine
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Logistics Technicians and Associates are important occupations that ensure smooth and efficient material-handling and packaging. CCBC has the training to help you earn industry certifications and credentials that will help you build a career in the challenging field of logistics.
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Supply Chain Management
CCBC has courses in supply chain management and can prepare you to earn important industry credentials in purchasing and supply management.
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The Diesel Technician program is offered. This 300-hour course prepares students for entry into the Diesel Technician career pathway. Also known as Diesel Mechanic training, this course teaches you the skills that operators of tractor trailer, bus or heavy equipment fleets need to help them keep their equipment running and operating safely.
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