160198 – Navigating International Trade Compliance: Global Edition
Navigating International Trade Compliance: Global Edition covers the regulatory framework and best practices for organizations engaged in international trade.
The course introduces employees to the major regulations and agencies that govern international trade and ensures employees can distinguish imports vs. exports. Learners also receive guidance on appropriately handing import and export procedures (e.g., declaration, classification, and valuation) and abiding by import and export restrictions (e.g., tariff and non-tariff barriers). Lastly, the course provides instruction on proper recordkeeping when it comes to international trade and on escalating concerns if they suspect a violation of international trade regulations or organizational policies.
This course utilizes an immersive framework to enhance learner engagement.
Arabic | Chinese Simplified | Dutch | English | French | French Canadian | German | Italian | Japanese | Korean | Brazilian Portuguese | Russian | Spanish Castilian | Spanish Latin American
Key Terms: Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) | classification | country of origin | customs | customs broker | customs declaration | deemed export | embargo | embargoes | European Union (EU) | export classification | export licensing | export restrictions | exporter | exporting | exports | foreign national | import | import restrictions | importing | International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) | international trade laws | international trade regulations | Mercosur | non-retaliation | non-tariff barriers | non-tariff measures | recordkeeping | red flags | re-export | reporting | sanctions | tariffs | trade embargo | trade sanctions | United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) | valuation | World Trade Organization (WTO)