For start your formation in Foreign Trade

Foreign trade management


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  • Short course
  • Beginner
  • Online
  • Durata:
    6 Weeks
  • Quando:
  • Campus online
  • Invio di materiale didattico
  • Servizio di consultazione
  • Tutoraggio personalizzato

This course is a short course to start your formation in foreign trade.
The objectives of the specialization course "Foreign trade management" are to understand...
- The different types of documents used in International trade (import and export), which documents are usually required by customs, the requirements for various documents and how to fill in these documents correctly.
- The responsibilities of the exporter and Importer under Incoterms 2010 and how Incoterms are used in International trade transactions.
- The role and functioning of customs and the role of a customs agent. To become familiar with import procedures.
- The different customs procedures, methods of products classification and learn to complete the Customs documents. To understand the role of the World Customs Organization and the World Trade Organization
The course contains exercises that are evaluated which the student must work out and pass in order to obtain their respective diploma ("Foreign trade management") issued by EENI.
Course learning materials: En or Es Fr Pt. The student has free access to the materials in these languages.

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Intended for all those wishing to carry out Import export operations in the Global market.



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Learning unit: Documentation in International trade. Syllabus:

1.       Introduction to the Import export documents.

2.       The Documentation in International trade.

3.       Documents of origin (Certificate of origin...)

4.       Commercial documents (Proforma, Invoice, Packing List...).

5.       Transport documents.

6.       Administrative documents.

7.       Other documents.

8.       Case study:

1.       Documents needed for export to Brazil.

2.       Documentation for export of fish to Angola.

Learning unit: Incoterms. Syllabus:

1.       Introduction to Incoterms

2.       What are Incoterms 2010?

3.       Analysis of Incoterms.

4.       Comparative tables.

5.       Incoterms and international transport

6.       New Incoterms: DAT and DAP.

7.       Replaced Incoterms: DAF, DES, DEQ and DDU.

8.       Incoterms for sea and inland waterway transport: FAS - FOB - CFR - CIF.

9.       Incoterms for any mode of transport: EXW - FCA - CPT - CIP - DAT - DAP - DDP.

10.    How are they used?.

11.    Criteria for selection of Incoterms

Learning unit: Customs procedures (Foreign Trade). Syllabus:

1.       Introduction to the Customs Procedures.

2.       Functions of customs.

3.       Customs clearance.

4.       Examination of Goods.

5.       Customs Treatment or Use of Goods.

6.       Summary declaration.

7.       Release for Free Circulation.

8.       Dispatch for Consumption.

9.       Import Procedures.

10.    VAT Payable on Imported Goods.

11.    Single Administrative Document

12.    Origin of goods. Customs legislation.

1-      Customs valuation in the European Union.

13.    Classification of goods.

14.    TARIC (Integrated Tariff of the Community).

15.    Customs agents.

16.    Case study:

1-      Market Access Database.

2-      Customs of China

3-      European Union Turkey Customs Union

Learning unit: The World Customs Organization. Syllabus:

1.       Introduction to the World Customs Organization (WCO).

2.       The Harmonized System (HS).

3.       Customs Valuation.

4.       Rules of Origin.

5.       Agreement on Rules of Origin (World Trade Organization)

6.       Customs Enforcement and Compliance.

7.       SAFE Package.

8.       Customs Procedures and Facilitation.

9.       Conventions:

1-      The Revised Kyoto Convention

2-      The ATA System

3-      The Customs Convention on Containers.

10.    Case study: Market Access Map.

Learning unit: Customs and the WTO (World Trade Organization). Syllabus:


1.       The World Trade Organization and the Customs

2.       The Multilateral trading system.

3.       World Trade Organization's agreements.

4.       Tariffs.

5.       Agriculture.

6.       Standards and safety.

7.       Textiles.

8.       Anti-dumping, subsidies, safeguards.

9.       Non-tariff barriers.

10.    The Agreement on Import Licensing Procedures.

11.    The Agreement on customs valuation.

12.    Rules for the valuation of goods at customs.

13.    Methods for the valuation of goods:

1-      Transaction value

2-      Identical or similar goods,

3-      Deductive or computed method

4-      Fall-back.

14.    Pre-shipment Inspection Agreement.

15.    The Rules of Origin Agreement

16.    Customs and Regional trade agreements.

17.    Customs procedures and the Doha agenda.


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