Continuing Education Programs

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  1. Partnership with Loyola University Chicago
  2. Partnership with The Northwestern University Transportation Center (NUTC)
  3. Partnership with Governors State University (GSU)

Partnership with Loyola University Chicago

Loyola University Chicago and Traffic Club of Chicago are proud to announce a new partnership involving Executive and Professional Education courses. Traffic Club of Chicago is investing in its membership, offering members the opportunity to take courses in continuous improvement, such as Project Management and Six Sigma, at discounted rates.

This is a great opportunity to gain the skills needed to become a leader in your workplace and for employers to give back to their valued team members. Continuing education trains team members to optimize their talent and close developmental gaps, enabling them to become more productive and efficient.

Executive and Professional Education Center programs incorporate the best of academic thinking and real-world business experience, as they are taught by faculty from Loyola's top-ranked Quinlan School of Business and by industry-leading professionals. These courses and custom trainings provide research-based, practical takeaways that can be immediately implemented in any organization. No matter what a person is looking for regarding professional development, whether that’s enhancing their skills or gaining a whole new skill set enabling them to take on/work in new positions in the industry, these courses provide added value.

Traffic Club of Chicago members will receive a 15% discount on selected courses that provide them with the opportunity to advance their careers achieve greater success within the industry. Email to receive the discount code.

Project Management

This comprehensive course immerses participants in all facets of managing a project in any industry. At the end of the five-day course, students will be prepared to sit for their PMP certification exam. This offering is approved by the Project Management Institute. LEARN MORE


Established professionals looking to sharpen their business administration skills will gain the skills and insights they need through the Quinlan Mini-MBA. The program also helps professionals considering an MBA or MS degree to transition back into an academic setting. LEARN MORE

Six Sigma Black/Green Belt

Our Black and Green Belt courses are delivered online with weekly live lectures. The Six Sigma approach to problem-solving can be used in any business to improve processes by identifying defects and reducing variation in business processes. LEARN MORE

Partnership with The Northwestern University Transportation Center (NUTC)

The Northwestern University Transportation Center’s (NUTC) is pleased to partner with the Traffic Club of Chicago to extend an additional discount for NUTC’s Executive Education series. 

Over the last couple of years, the global logistics community has managed challenges across the first, middle, and final mile. The ongoing global turbulence associated with war-related and lingering Covid-19 disruptions in the supply of various commodities, labor recruitment challenges, and inflation have continued to pressure supply chains and increase volatility on both the demand and supply sides. Economic uncertainty for the feasible future will continue to impact the freight transportation system across every mode and across all geographies. In this essential three-day Executive Education program, Northwestern faculty and industry experts will provide fundamental knowledge and practical insights for managing through these challenges and beyond.

NUTC’s Freight Transportation & Logistics three-day Executive Education program has a proven track record of delivering current and forward-looking insight and actionable knowledge into North American/global transportation and supply chains. From domestic transportation (intermodal, parcel and last mile delivery, rail, third-party logistics, trucking), to international transportation (air cargo, ocean shipping, ports), the program provides an unmatched view into how freight moves. Attendees will get a first-hand look at domestic and international logistics and supply chain trends, and learn how to leverage freight management technology and data analytics for greater efficiency and resilience. This program is specifically designed for early- to mid-level transportation managers, at both carriers and shippers, to deepen their overall knowledge of the freight transportation ecosystem.

Program content will be thoroughly integrated by our instructors, so that participants will gain a comprehensive understanding and view of both domestic and international transportation sectors. The program is interactive in nature, and will provide many opportunities for discussions with faculty and fellow participants. Prior knowledge and experience in logistics, transportation and supply chain management will be useful, but is not a prerequisite.

Please visit NUTC’s website to learn more about the course and to register. Traffic Club of Chicago members will receive a 5% discount on the best rate available at the time of registration (Early General Registration rate, or General Registration rate). Email to receive the discount code.

Partnership with Governors State University (GSU)

The Supply Chain Innovation Center and Business Incubator (SCICBI) at Governors State University is pleased to partner with the Traffic Club of Chicago to extend a 5% discount to all TCC members towards SCICBI programs. 

The programs at SCICBI work to connect GSU Faculty to regional businesses to establish new ways to enable GSU to create productive partnerships with businesses to advance critical business skills.

These courses are professional led online training programs. One program, The Certified Business Professional leads to an opportunity to take the certification exam that provides an internationally recognized credential that is evidence of how the training program develops skills that can enhance your company’s efforts in importing and exporting. 

For more information on the SCIBI, click here.