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The new International Commercial Terms (Incoterms 2010 rules) were released in September 2010 and came into force on 1st January 2011. This brief overview is ideal for anyone wanting a quick understanding of how the Incoterms Rules work. Incoterms is a registered trademark of the International Chamber of Commerce and you should endeavour to read the full legal text of the terms in ICC Publication 715.

Spotlights: 5

This Quick Guide to Letters of Credit takes you through a difficult subject in a practical, easy to understand style. Interactive exercises make learning easier, ideally for beginners or someone wanting an overview you don't get time for, normally, at work.

Spotlights: 6

This Spotlight is an overview of non-preference origin and how to complete Certificates of Origin issued in the UK to meet overseas countries' documentation requirements. This overview is for anyone new to exporting and runs through the completion of the forms and the EC rules of non-preference origin declarations - please note it does not cover preference origin, eg EUR1 Forms, ATR forms. If you are interested in Preference please see our Spotlight on Preferential Trade Agreements

Spotlights: 5

Most businesses throughout the world have access to the Internet. It is therefore as important as ever to understand how to exploit your online presence to increase your export potential in this ever competitive world! The course examines why businesses use the Internet, how to set an Internet strategy, how to market and manage your business over the Internet, how to increase web interactivity, and how best to market your products and services online.

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Before exporting your products or services it is essential to examine closely your potential market. Though some information can be gathered through desk research, you will probably need to visit your target market to investigate prospects and make contacts. There is no substitute to visiting a market yourself. Learn from the expert, how to make the most out of and best prepare for an International Trade Show & market visit.

Spotlights: 12

In international trade, it is very common for overseas buyers to insist on the issuance of a bond or guarantee in their favour as a means of securing the terms of a contract and / or covering the obligations assumed by the seller. This course takes you through in detail the types of bonds and guarantees, how they are issued, counter indemnities, liabilities and costs, Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees (URDG 758), and key elements to consider regarding bonds / guarantees.

Spotlights: 7

Dangerous goods are substances and articles which pose a risk to health, safety and the environment. This course will take you through: defining dangerous goods, carriage regulations and consignor responsibilities, classification, packaging, marking and labelling of packages, documentation, limited quantities, excepted quantities, transportation, Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor

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Learn how to drive forward your export business by understanding and developing an effective Export Strategy.

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Preference is a scheme designed to encourage trade between two or more countries. Learn about how to take advantage of International trade preference and the associated rules.

Spotlights: 7

Read more about Authorised Economic Operator Status (AEO) and how it affects customs procedures and safety & security. Select this brief on-line overview of AEO and what the AEO Team can do to help you assess, apply and maintain AEO status.

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PLANNING & IMPLEMENTING A INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMPLIANCE PROGRAM

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