MoManufacturingWINs Graduates Sixteen Certified Logistics Technicians at Rawlings Sporting Goods

By on February 19, 2016
Rawlings Certified Logistics Technicians

On February 9th, sixteen employees of Rawlings Sporting Goods’ Washington Missouri Distribution Center were recognized as Certified Logistics Technicians (CLTs) by Rawlings’ Sr. Director of Global Logistics, Mike Campbell; Manager of Human Resources, Brad Chilton; and St. Louis Community College’s Business Engagement Manager, Kathie Chambers.

The CLT training consists of two certifications: The foundational-level Certified Logistics Associate (CLA) and the mid-level Certified Logistics Technician (CLT), which required successfully completing eighteen interactive online training modules and passing two proctored examinations at St. Louis Community College.

In addition to demonstrating mastery of the core competencies of material handling, the CLT training is designed to raise each participant’s level of knowledge and performance in their current jobs and help position them for future opportunities.

Rawlings Certified Logistics Technician Graduates

Front row (l-r) Kathie Chambers (STLCC), Chad Bloomfield, Chris Warner, Kevin Lambert, Natasha Keith, Samantha Hopkins, Sara Kriebaum, Melissa Beste, Mike Campbell, Sr. Director Global Logistics.
Back row (l-r) Brad Chilton, Mgr. Human Resources, Debra Strauser, Kris Blanton, Josh Sisk, Adam McClung, Matthew Hannel, Tommy Strubberg, Warehouse Mgr., Cindy Harris, Darryl Plank.
Not pictured: Catherine Welch.

Training at Rawlings was offered by St. Louis Community College through the MoManufacturingWins Department of Labor grant, with the nationally-recognized certification provided by the Manufacturing Skills Standard Council.

About Kathie Chambers

Kathie is a Workforce Solutions Group Senior Project Manager who works across industries with business leaders and training professionals to maximize training effectiveness. Her experience includes training and development in the corporate, manufacturing, public/non-profit sectors, and business management in privately held companies.

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