International Certificate in Import & Export Operations

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  • Course Date16.12.2021
  • Course Duration6 Weeks
  • LanguageEnglish
About the Program

he Level 2 in Imports and Exports course involves many different aspects and teaches new learners the importance of many techniques and laws in the shipping of goods between countries. Regardless of your ability, current level of education or the way you prefer to learn, we can custom-build a qualification to suit you.

Who Should Attend this Program

The IoSCM import and export academy is dedicated to helping those within the import and export industry develop and grow their knowledge and expertise. This level 2 qualification means whether you are new to the industry, or are at an operator level, here at IoSCM we can still develop and teach you valuable topics which you can apply to your career/business.

Certification Modules

  • Trade: Types of Products and Market Conditions, Capital Products, Labour Products, Land Products, Local Trade, International Trade, Comparative Advantage, Trade and Tariffs
  • Freight: Modes of Transport, Road, Rail, Waterways, Air Freight, Intermodal, Preferred Method of Transport, Factors effecting Mode Choice
  • Goods Identification: Goods to be Traded, Perishable, Dangerous and Bulk goods
  • reight Organisations: Hauliers / Trucking Companies, Non Vessel Owning Common Carriers (NVOCC), 3rd Party Logistics Providers, Supplier Information, ISO Containers
  • rading Documentation: Customs related Documents, Licences, Sales Contract, Letter of Credit, Commercial Invoice, The Certificate of Origin (CofO),
  • Customer Requirements: Customer Service
  • Freight Systems: The National Export System (NES), Customs Freight Simplified Procedures
  • Freight Carriage, Insurance and Costs: INCOTERMS, Accord Temporary Admission (ATA) Carnets, Carnets de Passage en Duane Insurance

  • Ports and Shipping: Advantages and Disadvantages of ports and shipping
  • Policies and Procedures: Maritime and Coastguard Agency; Manning Scales; Legal Regimes; The International Maritime Organisation; National Control and Admiralty Law; Protectionism/Subsidies; Liner Conferences
  • Monitor Ports and Shipping: Prevention of Pollution from Ships; Customs; The Harbour Master; Monitoring Ships

  • Movement Methods: Road, Air, Rail, Sea, Intermodal Transport, Intra-modal Transport, Combined Transport
  • Types of Goods: Public Goods, Private Goods, Perishable Goods, Container Cargo, etc
  • Appropriate Modes of Transport: Sources, Identifying the Appropriate Mode, Destinations
  • Safe Handling of Goods: Special Handling, Hazardous Good, Perishable Goods, The European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road,