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These include a commitment to on-going education, compliance with a code of conduct, performance consistent with a generally agreed body of knowledge or set of rules and Membership of a professional body. The Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) is Australia’s largest association for Supply Chain and Logistics professionals and practitioners. The SCLAA has the proven history, governance framework, established representation, value for money and strategic reach to make it the right choice for you.
The SCLAA is always seeking additional ways to benefit our members and we actively encourage all members to participate and provide feedback and new ideas that benefit both members and the Supply Chain & Logistics industry. All associations and professions have a number of common attributes. These include a commitment to on-going education, compliance with a code of conduct, performance consistent with a generally agreed body of knowledge or set of rules and membership of a professional body.
When you are a financial member of the association, you can apply to become a committee member and support the growth and development of the profession. Every committee has a chair person, secretary, treasurer, membership, education, national awards, social events, regional development, TDL round table and publications (journal). There are also sub-committees working on projects such as Women in Logistics, Mentoring programs, Career development and School based training.
Membership of a committee is a useful way of developing your personal knowledge and skills while contributing to the expansion of the profession.
The ability to network with industry colleagues, prospective customers and suppliers,
The opportunity to be ahead of the game in market intelligence,
Recognition as a Supply Chain and Logistics industry professional and practitioner,
the choice is obvious. In fact, do you have a choice? Can you afford not to be a Member of the Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia?
The SCLAA offers Corporate Membership packages for multiple Memberships within a company. We exist to service Members, whether they be a corporate or individual Member.
Through its reach, and in support of our Members’ aspirations, the SCLAA is engaged in a number of strategic programs designed to enhance the profession, the industry and the competitive advantage of Australian businesses.
The SCLAA’s Membership of the Australian Logistics Council (ALC), representation on the Board of GS1 Australia, pivotal role in the establishment of Supply Chain industry round tables and engagement with many other industry and government bodies is indicative, among many other initiatives, of the reach and strategic focus of the SCLAA.
As a financial member of the association, you can apply to become a committee member and support the growth and development of the profession. Every committee has a Division President, secretary, treasurer, and representatives for membership, education, awards, social events and regional development. There are also sub-committees working on projects such as Women in Logistics, Mentoring, career development, Future Leaders and school-based training. Membership of a committee is a useful way of developing your personal knowledge and skills while contributing to the expansion of the profession and the wider industry.
Members have the opportunity to o be involved in events and information sharing with the SCLAA’s many affiliates. The SCLAA has current affiliations with the following international associations Asian-Pacific Logistics Federation (APLF), Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), Supply Chain Management Association-Canada (SCMA), China International Logistics and Transportation Fair (CILF), Global Supply Chain Council (GSCC), Vietnam Supply Chain (VSC) and Supply Chain Council (SCC).
The SCLAA has been running the Australian and Supply Chain & Logistics Awards for over fifty years, making them the most prestigious and influential in the Supply Chain, Logistics and Transport industries. This is a not-to-be-missed event in the industry calendar. Nominate yourself, your company or a colleague and be recognised by your peers in this historic award program.
More than 5000 delegates from across Australasia have attended the Supply Chain & Logistics Conference in its 16 year history. This conference is a recognised national event designed for Supply Chain, Logistics, Transport and Procurement professionals and practitioners. It aims for professional and personal development in a unique and relaxed networking-based environment. The SCLAA is one of the host bodies for this event.
The SCLAA fosters involvement through specialised focus groups such as the Future Leaders Group. If you are looking to build your knowledge and career then the SCLAA Future Leaders Group can work for you. The SCLAA Future Leaders Group (FLG) supports young Supply Chain & Logistics professionals & practitioners 30 years of age and under by providing networking and education opportunities relevant to career development. This is part of the SCLAA’s continued commitment to increase and improve overall Supply Chain excellence through education, as well as through practical and appropriate involvement.
The SCLAA runs an annual Mentoring Program so if you are looking to partner with someone so that you can improve your self-confidence; expand your professional network; identify areas of opportunity within your career and how to take advantage of these, then the Mentoring Program could be just what you are looking for. Each year the SCLAA looks for Mentees who are committed to developing themselves within the Supply Chain, Transport and Logistics industry. Similarly, if you are an experienced member of the Industry who is looking to ‘give back’ some of your knowledge and are committed to helping further individuals in the industry, then you can become a mentor within this program.
The CPL is a professional qualification that aims to provide the definitive standard for measuring capability and professionalism within the supply chain and logistics profession worldwide. CPL status attests to your professional recognition by peers and employers, of your significant experience and knowledge to implementation, management and improved logistics initiatives. The CPL credential is recognised across Asia Pacific through the Asia Pacific Logistics Federation.
CPL accreditation supports your career by confirming:
The SCLAA has established divisions in all states providing an active networking and educational events program to meet the needs of its Members. At the National level, the SCLAA conducts the Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Awards which are over fifty years old. At the State level, the local content and flavour of events is the strength of the SCLAA. The structure and local representation of the SCLAA at the State level maximises the relevance of activities to its Members. With many diverse activities each year, including Breakfast Briefings, Site Visits, Logistics Lounges and Golf Days all Supply Chain and Logistics professionals and practitioners will find their particular needs catered for. Events vary from State to State. Corporate members receive the benefits of individual membership plus the opportunity to provide their people with support from the SCLAA’s many events and programs. The SCLAA offers Corporate Membership packages for multiple Memberships within a company. We exist to service Members, whether they be corporate or individual Members.
The entitlements for Corporate Membership Option 1 are outlined below;
The entitlements for Corporate Option 2 Membership are outlined below.
The partnership program will be aligned with all of the following SCLAA controlled and coordinated programs and linked to the Tiered event structure.
Partners receive a coordinated specific and structured level of involvement or support in all/or a selected number of the following initiatives:
Terms are on an annual basis, can be purchased for multiple terms up to a maximum of three years. All prices are inclusive of GST. To find out more contact the SCLAA National Secretariat.
New members who are interested in having a small article published about themselves in an upcoming issue of the SCLAA Newsletter, can download a copy of the SCLAA New Membership Interview Form and email the completed writable pdf form, with a high resolution head shot of themselves to: firstname.lastname@example.org