On completion of this certificate the students will have a detailed knowledge of the international trade environment and have acquired the techniques to heighten the contribution they can bring to employing organisations. By completing this programme, the participants will have developed the skills and confidence necessary to be successful with the international trade aspects of their profession. The proposed 500 hours of learning is based on feedback from industry experts who identified the areas which needed to be addressed within the Program.
Those areas identified include:
• International Trade Theory
• Structure of Tariffs and Tariff controls
• International guidelines on customs valuation rules and rule of origin
• Authorised Economic Operator Status and general principles applying to AEO