Export Training Courses and Workshops

Schools providing training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of International Trade Regulation and Practice




Total 140 training courses and degree programs available around the world.

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Certificate IV in International Trade

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Gordon Institute of TAFE
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Geelong, Australia
  V

Certificate IV in International Trade will equip you with relevant and comprehensive skills and knowledge to successfully enter the international trade and marketing sector and related industries. Certificate IV in International Trade covers generic business knowledge and skills, specific international knowledge of cross-culture, marketing and business activities for both service and product trading and management skills. The course is available online

Export Management

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: University of the Sunshine Coast
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Sunshine Coast, Australia
  V

Overseas trade plays a major role in the development of the Australian economy. For exporting activities to be successful, managers must develop an understanding of the mechanisms that underlie export planning, as well as develop expertise in using export terminologies and procedures.

This course provide students with a pragmatic understanding of international export strategies and the paperwork, communications, planning, organisation, finance, and insurance activities required to integrate exporting activities into the everyday operations of business.

Export Import Practical Workshop (Certificate)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Micro Exim
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Varanasi, India
  V



TOPICS TO BE COVERED

1-BASICS OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE

A) EXPORT
B) IMPORT
C) DEEMED EXPORT

2- EXIM POLICY OF GOVT. OF INDIA (OUTLINE)

3-ICC

A) ROLE AND ITS RULE AND REGULATION
B) UCPDC (UCP 600)

4- OPENING AN ACCOUNT WITH AD

5-PROCEDURES OF REGISTRATION

A) IEC
B) PRODUCT LIST (OGL & N. LIST)
C) EXPORT LICENCE
D) IMPORT LICENCE
E) RCMC
F) REGISTRATION WITH LOCAL AUTHORITIES

6- SELECTION OF PRODUCT

7-HS CODE / ITC

8-EXPORT MARKETING-
VARIOUS STEPS TO GET GENUINE BUYERS ( CONFIDENTIAL ASPECTS WILL BE COVERED)

9-MDA

10-SAMPLING OF PRODUCTS (WHAT TO DO AND WHAT NOT TO DO)

11-INCOTERMS AND PRICING

12-TERMS OF PAYMENT AND DO’,S AND DON’,T WITH EACH CONDITION. (RISK FACTORS)

13- NEGOTIATION WITH IMPORTER AND EXPORTER WITH COMPLETE TERMS AND CONDITION.

14-STIPULATION OF ARBITRATION CLAUSE

15- ECGC AND ITS ROLE

16-INSURANCE & MARINE INSURANCE AND ITS IMPOTANCE

17-CHA AND SHIPPING AGENT

18-DOCUMENTATION FOR EXPORT

19-DOCUMENTATION FOR BANK

20-DOCUMENTATION FOR DGFT
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Freight Forwarding (Certificate)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: international center for etudes
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): cairo, egypt
  V

International Freight Forwarder and the Freight Business:
International Trade
International Organizations in Forwarding and Trade
Organization of the Forwarding Company
Financial requirements
Intercontinental Transport and General Knowledge of ransport Related Geography
FIATA Documents and Forms
Special Transport Services
Packing Requirement

Import and Export Business

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Conestoga College Continuing Education
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Kitchener, Canada
  V

The globalization of world markets is bringing new opportunities to those involved in international business. In this program, students will be prepared to meet these challenges. The content reflects a wide range of international issues: customs, import and export documentation, practical aspects of marketing strategies, business planning and financing, international selling, trade research, logistics and legal aspects of international trade.

Graduate Diploma in International Trade and Economic Relations

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: The Australian National University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Canberra, Australia
  V

The ANU brings its expertise in economics and business to degrees in the areas of trade and international economic relations. Postgraduate degrees in these areas are based on firm economic foundations to provide students with the basis for careers in business, government and NGOs. The Master of International Trade and Economic Relations is designed to equip students with theoretical understanding and technical skills that can be applied in specific settings or that can be used to analyse economic data and to critically evaluate applied research in the area. The Graduate Diploma in International Trade and Economic Relations provides an entry pathway for students who do not have a strong economics background.

Basics of Exporting

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: NWTC Corporate Training & Economic Development
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Green Bay, United States
  V

This four-hour seminar will provide the fundamentals of exporting that will help individuals understand the roles in a global supply chain to include customs, freight forwarders, shipping agents, export agents, international logistics, financial institutions for exporting funding assistance, and the required transportation documentation to export a product. Additional resources will be provided to assist companies on where and how they can export their products successfully.

International Business (Diploma)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): King City, Markham, Toronto, Canada
  V

This two-year program concentrates on the complexities of the movement of goods and services across the globe. You will receive hands-on training in international selling and marketing, international trade documentation and transportation selection. In addition, you will research and complete a comprehensive export marketing plan. This program incorporates state-of-the-art computer technology and interactive teaching methods, including case analysis, to maximize your learning. You’ll study alongside students from across the globe �making the classroom experience rich and diverse. You will also have the opportunity to learn from award-winning faculty with extensive expertise in international business and to interact with industry professionals �to maximize your learning experience.

As a student in this program, you will also have the opportunity to travel internationally and network in international arenas.

International Business Management (Certificate)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): King City, Markham, Toronto, Canada
  V

Graduate with the skills and knowledge that you need for a career in the fast-paced and growing field of international business. In the IBS program, you’ll benefit from an intensive one-year study of the complex and dynamic field of international business. The program reflects the latest developments in international business education and includes handson, interactive teaching approaches, including guest speakers and case analysis. You will complete the process of exporting and importing a product, culminating in the development of an international business plan. You will work with experienced faculty who are seasoned experts in the field of international business and you will share the classroom with students from around the world �enriching your learning experience.

As a student in this program, you may be afforded the opportunity to travel internationally, to network in international arenas and to participate in global competitions.

Creating Success in the International Marketplace (Certificate)

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: University of Southern California
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Los Angeles, United States
  V

Despite the ease with which we embrace such concepts as a flat world, in reality to successfully do business overseas entails a much more complex set of challenges.

In this seminar you will be provided with the tools needed to think strategically and critically about how to do business in the international marketplace. We will focus on the procedures and processes involved in international sales transaction and marketing from the perspectives of exporters, importers and various intermediaries.

Emphasis is given to an in-depth analysis of the practical aspects of international business.

This course will involve lecture, case analyses and student-led case discussions.

Program Outline
Beneath The Patina of Globalization
What do you need to know about trade agreements and trade organizations?
Examining the various trade blocs NAFTA, EU, Mercosur - China, India and Russia

How is it Done?
Export, Licensing, Contract Manufacturing, Joint Venture and Direct Investment

Participants: Export/Import
Agents, Freight Forwarders, Distributors- Are we all trading companies?

Payment
Letter of Credit, Counter Trad... [Read More]

Import/Export Management

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Skyline College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): San Bruno, United States
  V

An overview of the practical aspects of import/export procedures with an emphasis on small- to medium-sized companies. The complete international trading transactions will be covered, including sourcing, financing, freight forwarding, payment methods, international commercial terms, and documentation.

C-TPAT Security and Threat Awareness, Validation and Risk Assessment Workshop (Certificate)

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: The World Academy
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Elizabeth, United States
  V

This class covers all aspects of the C-TPAT certification process and on-going responsibilities of a C-TPAT participant. This unique hands on class will also serve as your annual C-TPAT security training and awareness forum structured to provide the updated best and world class practices associated with global supply chain management under the minimum security guidelines as enforced by the Department of Homeland Security Industry Partnership Division. We review all aspects of the C-TPAT initiative from application to the 5 Step Risk Assessment review and analysis.
Our instructors are experienced in certification, validation and re-validation reviews both foreign and domestic to provide real answers to your most detailed questions�
Highlights

Origin of C-TPAT, post 9/11
Benefits of program
Eligibility to participate
C-TPAT application process
C-TPAT validation process
Training aspects of C-TPAT
Future of C-TPAT

Drawback Workshop

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: The World Academy
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Elizabeth, United States
  V

Course Contents include specific discussions on:

Manufacturing Drawback
Unused Merchandise Drawback
Rejected Merchandise Drawback
NAFTA Drawback
Preparing Drawback Documents
Processing of Drawback Claims
What’s New for Duty Drawback Claimants
Commercial Interchangeability
One-time Waiver of Prior Notice & Retroactivity

PACMAN - Import/Export Compliance Certification Workshop

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: The World Academy
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Elizabeth, United States
  V

The course includes:

The consequences of non-compliance

Case studies and common practices

Fines and penalties: corporate and personal

Documentation control policies

U.S. Customs; reasonable care- focused assessment

Sarbanes �Oxley in Relation to Import/ Export Supply Chains

Record keeping and self audits

Dealing with foreign subsidiaries and contract manufacturers

Developing internal SOP’s for USPPI; AES; EAR;.BIS;.ITA;.CTPA;.CSI

Post 9/11 security issues

Certification training for Professional Association of Import/Export Compliance Managers and corporate executives engaged in import and export compliance management. This seminar provides executives engaged in import and export a solution for a more compliant and secure global supply chain operation and career advancement opportunities.

Advanced Import/Export Operations, Documentation & Compliance Management

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: The World Academy
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Elizabeth, United States
  V

A review of very important issues on global trade that will make the purchasing of international services brought to a bottom line of competitive pricing and advanced comprehensive services. Students will learn key trigger points to gain competitive advantage in import and export operations, and a senior review of all the new government compliance and audit issues.
Deliverables Overview of the Risks of International Trade

Current Changes in Global Supply Chain Management: OSRA, Compliance Issues, AES, ITAR, BIS

C-TPAT, CSI, 24 Hour Manifest Requirements, Focused Assessment

Gaining Competitive Advantage: Affecting the Landed Cost

Import/Export Compliance & Audit Management

Custom House Warehouses & Free Trade Zones

Getting Paid: Foreign Receivable Management

International Insurance Concerns: Exposures & Solutions

Mastering Communication Skills with Foreign Cultures

Third Party Logistics: An Option Worth Studying?

Designing the Perfect Import/Export Operation

Managing Carriers, Freight Forwarders and Customhouse Brokers

Personnel Deployment, Education & Training

Manag... [Read More]

NAFTA: Classification, Rules of Origin, Documentation & Logistics

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: The World Academy
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Elizabeth, United States

One-Day Class
Rules of Origin
Classification
Tariff Shifts
Regional Value Content
Documentation Issues
Managing Mexican/Canadian Logistics
Pedimentos and VAT Obligations
Record Keeping
"Brokers at the Border"
Fines and Penalties

Import/Export Compliance Management

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: The World Academy
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Elizabeth, United States
  V

One & Two Day Classes
Overview of the Risks of International Trade
Current Changes in Global Supply Chain Management: OSRA, Compliance Issues, AES, ITAR, BIS
C-TPAT, CSI, 24 Hour Manifest Requirements, Focused Assessment
Gaining Competitive Advantage: Affecting the Landed Cost
Import/Export Compliance & Audit Management
Custom House Warehouses & Free Trade Zones
Getting Paid: Foreign Receivable Management
International Insurance Concerns: Exposures & Solutions
Mastering Communication Skills with Foreign Cultures
Third Party Logistics: An Option Worth Studying?
Designing the Perfect Import/Export Operation
Managing Carriers, Freight Forwarders and Customhouse Brokers
Personnel Deployment, Education & Training
Managing Technology Options in Global Trade, Logistics, Compliance and Operations
Utilization of International Web Sites and Resource Development
Establishing SOP’s in Import/Export Operations

Import/Export Operations, Documentation & Compliance Management

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: The World Academy
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Elizabeth, United States
  V

One, Two, Three Day & Week Long Classes
Beginners, Intermediates & Advanced
Overview of the Risks of International Trade
Current Changes in Global Supply Chain Management: OSRA, Compliance Issues, AES, ITAR, BIS
C-TPAT, CSI, 24 Hour Manifest Requirements, Focused Assessment
Gaining Competitive Advantage: Affecting the Landed Cost
Import/Export Compliance & Audit Management
Custom House Warehouses & Free Trade Zones
Getting Paid: Foreign Receivable Management
International Insurance Concerns: Exposures & Solutions
Mastering Communication Skills with Foreign Cultures
Third Party Logistics: An Option Worth Studying?
Designing the Perfect Import/Export Operation
Managing Carriers, Freight Forwarders and Customhouse Brokers
Personnel Deployment, Education & Training
Managing Technology Options in Global Trade, Logistics, Compliance and Operations
Utilization of International Web Sites and Resource Development
Establishing SOP’s in Import/Export Operations

Import/Export Management Skills Workshop

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: The World Academy
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Elizabeth, United States
  V

One, Two, Three Day & Week Long Classes
Beginners, Intermediates & Advanced
Import/Export Terminology
Overview of Global Trade
Dealing with Foreign customs
International Customer Service
Import/Export Documentation
Import/export Procedures and Operations
NAFTA Overview
Import/Export Regulations and Compliance Management Overview
Utilization of Technology in global Trade
Dealing with Freight Forwarders & Customhouse Brokers
Facilitating Truck, Ocean and Air Transportation
INCO Terms
HTSUS/Schedule B Overview
Payment Methods
Hazardous Materials Review
Transportation Insurance
Export Packing and Cargo Loss Control

Import/Export Procedures and Documentation

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: AMA - American Management Association
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Boston, Denver, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Las Vegas, New York, San Francisco, United States
  V

Use effective import/export procedures to get your products to and from customers and suppliers on time and hassle-free—and protect your company’s investment!
The opportunities for importing and exporting have never been greater, but the details involved in these operations have never been more complex!

Using these import/export procedures, you’ll be equipped to deal successfully with banks, freight forwarders, customs brokers, and foreign customers. Find out how to use the necessary documents to obtain the greatest cost benefit for your company and timely execution of your orders.

How You Will Benefit
Discover the latest import/export procedures and guidelines
Get freight forwarders and bankers to work together to solve your logistics problems
Maximize the services of general and bonded warehouses
Prevent excessive duties by using foreign trade zones
Avoid the pitfalls of improper documentation
What You Will Cover
Documenting your shipment
Executing smooth import transactions
Complying with NAFTA and other origin requirements, trademark and copyright regulations
Observing industry standards
Avoiding customs pena... [Read More]

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