Our virtual training workshops will enable attendees to virtually interact with the trainer and ask questions, as you would in a normal face to face course and there will be an assessment at the end of the course. Virtual training will continue to be reviewed following Government guidance on face to face training.
This training programme has been developed after demand from employers for a national skills experience for their staff, by developing a national solution to the exporting skills gap.
* Please note the following modules cover two topics each and therefore two assessments -Understanding Export & Export Documentation, Customs Procedures and Documentation including Rules of Origin, Import Procedures including Inward / Outward Processing, Methods of Payment & Letters of Credit.
This course is suitable for beginners who are new to their role or for those working in an export environment that have never had any formal training. The course looks at the end-to-end export process providing an understanding of the export documentation requirements and shipping using freight forwarders and couriers.
This course would follow the Customs course or can be provided standalone for those who are only interested in Importing Procedures. It would be suitable for those currently working in an import environment who have never had any formal training or those wanting a refresher course.
This course is designed for anyone in the organisation who might be called upon to contribute to a correct description of goods traded internationally for both export and import declarations. This can range from complete beginners to experienced operators who feel the need to refresh their knowledge.
This course is suitable for those working in an export environment and it is suggested that they have already completed the Export course where Incoterms are introduced. The course provides an overview of the changes that have taken place between the previous 2010 terms and new 2020 terms. It also provides a comprehensive guide on the obligations and costs that a Buyer and Seller have during a sale to include where risk passes during the transaction from Seller to Buyer.
This course is suitable for those working in International Trade and are involved in the management and presentation of Letters of Credit. The course provides an overview of all methods of payment when trading internationally to include the risks and benefits involved. It
We are happy to offer a discount to those companies booking 6 or more courses. There are further discounts for Global Members.
If you have any queries for any of the workshops or courses, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01753 870 560.
These courses are not part of the British Chamber of Commerce Accredited Foundation Award in International Trade.
Are you a customs agent? Or does your company use customs agents and intermediaries to help you trade with the EU and Rest of the World? If so, you need to know how to meet customs requirements fast and efficiently now the UK has left the EU. There is new processes to follow and new forms to complete. Our training will highlight what you need to know to be able to accurately complete a simple customs declaration and to understand the Customs regimes and will focus on completion of a customs declaration on CHIEF.
This course is suitable for beginners who are new to their role and provides a high-level overview of the export process. It also includes practical session creating a commercial invoice from a pre-defined set of documents.
This course is designed for those who want an overview of both Export and Import procedures and work in International Trade, either exporting or importing. It does not cover the level of detail provided in the Export and Import courses therefore there may be a need for delegates to then consider a follow on more detailed course.
This course is suitable for individuals who are new to export controls and licensing. It investigates why we have export controls and licensing, the types of licences that can be applied for and how to take the initial steps towards the licensing application.