During the IWLA Convention & Expo four members will be recognized for earning IWLA Qualified Warehouse Logistics Professional (QWLP) certifications under the IWLA Warehouse Logistics Professional program. The program recognizes professional accomplishments at varying levels of expertise in the industry.
Formerly known as the Certified Logistics Professional designation, the new program introduced in 2013, includes three-tiers to reflect high-achieving individuals:
- Qualified Warehouse Logistics Professional (QWLP) – This level is especially for emerging logistics professionals who are ready to make a career in the industry.
- Certified Warehouse Logistics Professional (CWLP) – This designation is for more seasoned individuals who have broad career experience and who have pursued additional professional education.
- Executive Warehouse Logistics Professional (EWLP) – The EWLP program is reserved for individuals who have achieved officer-level success in their organizations.
To qualify for the IWLA QWLP program individuals must have experience in the warehousing/logistics industry, attend IWLA educational courses and participate in IWLA webinars. To learn more about the various certification levels and qualifications please click here.
The IWLA Education Committee and leadership congratulate these 2014 QWLP candidates on their hard work and dedication to the warehousing and logistics industry:
Erik Holck, business development manager, Port Jersey Logistics
Faye Armstrong, client services manager, Armstrong Warehousing
Jennifer Van Puffelen, sales administrator, PRISM Team Services, Inc.
Robert Rains, operations manager, The Complete Logistics Company