Commerce training courses and schoolsTotal 73 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in Canada.
BC, MC programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees
International Commerce & Import / Export (Diploma)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Throughout this program, students will study and analyze the trends in the global marketplace, as well as studying trade laws and financial analysis. By gaining a wide array of knowledge about the international market as whole, as well as supplementing it with real-world experience and practical financial knowledge, students are well-prepared for careers in international trade. Course material will include research in international business, legal aspects of international trade, law and business ethics, spreadsheets and databases and financial mathematics. Herzing College has developed a pedagogical method and a training schedule that mimics the real world of work and allows you to adapt in advance.
This program develops the following skills sought by employers:
Know the methods and tools of trade finance.
Understand the legal principles of international trade.
Understand the activities of the global supply chain.
Selkirk CollegeTraining Centres/Campuses:
Castlegar, Nelson, Trail, British Columbia, CanadaPhone No.:
e-CommerceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Electronic Commerce is an introduction to the business models, infrastructure, strategies, design and analysis of electronic commerce business solutions. The role of electronic commerce in changing society is also an important topic. The primary aim of this course is to identify key management considerations required in implementing e-commerce business solutions.
Okanagan CollegeTraining Centres/Campuses:
Kelowna, Oliver, Penticton, Revelstoke, Salmon Arm, Summerland, Vernon, British Columbia, CanadaPhone No.:
E-CommerceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
This course focuses on the recent growth of buying and selling goods and services over the Internet. It will examine Internet technology relevant to areas of existing marketing knowledge. A framework of understanding internet marketing and associated business models, online marketing possibilities, and implementation issues are covered.
E-Commerce for Network and Telecommunications Engineering TechnologyCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
This course will examine the role of management in an electronic commerce context. Topics include Internet technology for business advantage, electronic business models, Internet marketing, building and implementing electronic commerce systems, and legal and ethical issues associated with electronic commerce.
Northwest Community CollegeTraining Centres/Campuses:
Hazelton, Kitimat, Masset, Smithers, Skidegate, Prince Rupert, Terrace, British Columbia, CanadaPhone No.:
e-CommerceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course will examine the impact of these emerging technologies on how we conduct business in a wired world. Topics include: the Internet and the web, software, security threats to electronic commerce, electronic payment systems, strategies for marketing, sales, and promotion, purchasing, logistics and support activities and other current topics.
North Island CollegeTraining Centres/Campuses:
Campbell River, Courtenay, Port Alberni, Port Hardy, Ucluelet, British Columbia, CanadaPhone No.:
E-CommerceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course introduces the design and implementation of Electronic Commerce systems. Emphasis will be on the technology involved in creating a Web-based E-Commerce system. Topics include E-Commerce introduction, Web database design and administration issues, electronic payments system, 3-tier architecture and its implementation, security, privacy and legal issues. During the course students will work in groups to develop a Web based transaction processing system using current technology and tools.
Sheridan CollegeTraining Centres/Campuses:
Brampton, Mississauga, Oakville, Ontario, CanadaPhone No.:
International E-commerce Business PracticesCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Companies are committing serious resources to E-commerce. They are adopting E-commerce not only because it is a tremendous opportunity for revenue generation and enhancement, but also offers significant cost savings benefits. E-commerce is not only an enabler of global business strategy but also a competitive necessity. This course will introduce the relationship and impact of E-commerce and its components in the context of the organizational structure and functional areas of business and will provide a broad-based understanding of how electronic process may be strategically deployed in international business.
Marketing for E-commerceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This introductory course is designed to provide students with an understanding of basic marketing principles and their application in an e-business world. It will include the study and application of situational analysis, segmentation, product positioning, marketing mix development, financial analysis and control processes as they apply to e-marketing planning. As well, a computer-based marketing simulation game will be used to apply the principles studied to a &,#146,real world&,#146, business environment. This course will culminate in the creation of an e-marketing plan.
E-commerce SecurityCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course provides insight into the typical procedures and preferred practices as they relate to the security of E-commerce operations such as risk/threat mitigation, audit practices, ISO standards, legislation and current technologies. They are examined as a context for determining the most appropriate methods for evaluating and controlling IT systems. Threat and risk assessment methodologies will be a major component of the course as students develop an understanding of what is involved in threat/risk mitigation. By the end of this course, students will have demonstrated the ability to assemble the most important topics of information security, as discussed in the 10 domains of the Information Security Common Body of Knowledge as defined by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (www.isc2.org ). The course utilizes interactive lecture, discussion, content-related DVDs, research, case studies, individual and collaborative activities, and pr... [Read More]
Web Site Design for E-commerceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The E-commerce Web site is not only an enabler of business strategy but also a competitive necessity. This course is designed to provide a balanced coverage of the theory and execution of the fundamental business and technology elements of Web site design. It assumes competence in core HTML and that students can use basic graphics manipulation tools. It will cover important theory as well as the practical rules of thumb that will balance designer wants and user needs, encompassing the visual design, the implementation and the business model it executes. The relationship and impact of the E-commerce Web site and its components are presented in the context of how it executes the business model or the goals of the functional area of the business for which it is intended and will provide a broad based understanding of how form and function may be strategically implemented in the design and execution of the Web site.
Georgian CollegeTraining Centre/Campus:
Barrie, Ontario, CanadaPhone No.:
CybersellingCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
E-commerce transactions, internet sales, email promotions, fax and telephone sales have created new customer expectations and profit opportunities for operators. This course covers the techniques used in successful electronic selling, developing customer knowledge bases, evaluating customer satisfaction levels, improving customer satisfaction levels, minimizing customer turnover frequency, ethics and etiquette in cyber selling.
Global E-CommerceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Worldwide online trade will grow dramatically as companies construct cyber locations around the world. Businesses conducting global e-commerce must take into account differences in culture, language, currency, exchange rates, and technological communications. In this course, you will critically examine what globalization means for e-commerce, learn how trade policies work in a global e-commerce marketplace, and study issues related to the use of internet technology as an enabler to perform international business functions.
Dawson CollegeTraining Centre/Campus:
Montreal, Quebec, CanadaPhone No.:
e-MarketingCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The course looks at the impact of electronic marketing on all areas of the marketing strategy, i.e., segmentation, positioning and every element of the marketing mix. In this course, students move from understanding the basic processes and infrastructure of an e-commerce initiative to identifying customers, attracting and retaining their attention.
LaSalle CollegeTraining Centre/Campus:
Montreal, Quebec, CanadaPhone No.:
+1 514 939-2006
International Commerce Import-Export (Diploma)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The International Commerce Import-Export program (AEC) trains students to become masters in the techniques, practices, and laws for importing and exporting, strategic business planning, price-setting formulas, customs norms, and international transportation laws.
This program, accredited by the Forum for International Trade Training (FITT), is designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of international commerce.
The FITT developed a practical program, created through concrete examples contributed by Canadian businesses that are actively involved in international commerce. Due to this concrete approach, students will benefit from a stimulating and enriching training.
e-Commerce (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Electronic Commerce is a discipline whose underpinnings lie equally in technology, business, and social and economic policy and yet is distinct from any of the disciplines. This multi-disciplinary two-year program consists of core courses, elective courses, a research paper, project, or thesis and an industrial internship. Students study core topics in each of the three areas and can then concentrate on some topics by choosing electives from the Technology, Business, Law, and Policy study areas.
Length of Program
MEC - typical time to complete is 2 years
Options for the Research Component of the Program
Research paper + 2 additional electives
Candidates must satisfy the general requirements for admission to the Faculty
of Graduate Studies. Students entering this program have usually completed a four-year bachelor’s program or graduate degree in Computer Science... [Read More]
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