Export training courses and schools
International Trade Regulation and Practice programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees

Total 13 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in Canada.



Herzing College Montreal

Training Centre/Campus: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Phone No.: (514) 935-7494

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.

Program Objectives

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.
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Centennial College School of Continuing Education

Training Centre/Campus: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 416-289-5207

Exporting

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This senior-level course builds on several concepts students learn in earlier courses in the International Business program and focuses on their practical applications. In this course students receive instruction in key exporting tasks in a step-by-step process from initially identifying an export opportunity within the context of an overall business strategy to selecting a distributor to dealing with export regulations and logistics aspects through to completing an export transaction and receiving payment. The term report forms a significant element in the course since it provides the means by which students develop practical expertise in the exporting skills they are learning week by week as the course progresses. By simulating a real-world situation through the term report, students gain hands-on experience in most of the important tasks in the development of an export plan, including risk analysis and assessment, and are largely &,quot,export-ready&,quot, upon succe... [Read More]

Customs Procedures

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Learn basic concepts in customs documentation. Examine the impact of duties and taxes on the movement of goods between countries, and prepare import and export forms to facilitate the flow of these goods. This course also reviews the government bodies responsible for the flow of goods into and out of Canada.


LaSalle College

Training Centre/Campus: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Phone 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.

IMPORT/EXPORT DISTRIBUTION

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar

Targeted skills: Finding possible products to develop.
Evaluating the feasibility of the exclusive strategy.
Defining the concept of the strategy.
Proposing the concept of the strategy.
Approving samples.


Automated Learning Corporation

Training Centre/Campus: Kanata, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 613-599-9975

U.S. Export Controls and Security - ITAR (Certificate)

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

Employees in any company involved in a business that includes defense articles or services must have an understanding of - and comply with - U.S. Export Controls requirements including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). This course describes the function and purpose of each of these within the company.

Audience

The US Export Controls and Security - ITAR course is an interactive, multimedia, eLearning training program. It is intended for employees in any defense related company that require knowledge of U.S. Export Controls requirements, ITAR and EAR.


U.S. Export Controls and Security - ITAR Training Course Content

The definition and purpose of ITAR and EAR
Differences between ITAR and EAR
The distinction between a “Foreign Person�and a U.S. “Person�
Importance of ITAR within the company
The role of the Designated Official
Defin... [Read More]


University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies

Training Centre/Campus: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 416-978-2400

Import-Export Procedures

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course explores the intricate details of the complex import-export process. You will learn about the diverse elements of an international business transaction: initial foreign correspondence, negotiations, request for quotes, examination of firm offers, analysis of commercial documents, challenges of compliance and conformity to government, and non-government requirements regarding trade. Our full-cycle analysis will also examine customs clearances, payment methods, risk evaluations, the options and costs of transportation, foreign entry analysis, foreign-exchange management, and cross-cultural negotiations. Upon successful completion of this course, you will possess the tools for navigating this highly complex process.
Learner Outcomes
Understanding of the structure and process of international transactions for Canadian business
Understanding of the various players in the international process
Ability to evaluate international political, legal and economic b... [Read More]


George Brown College

Training Centre/Campus: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 1-800-265-2002

Introduction to Import/Export

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course will introduce learners to the process of starting an international entrepreneurial activity (i.e. starting their own International business). Explore the detailed process of sourcing and gathering information including international purchasing, international agreements and contracts. Examine the potential of receiving assistance from private and public sectors and other agencies in regards to International Entrepreneurship. The course will further deal with many complex aspects in relation to lnternational Entrepreneurship. Learners will further examine the process of capital bidding projects, Small-Medium Enterprise, obtaining international business loans and applying for assistance from the federal government. The learner will get involved in the actual trading process with the opposite party that will involve the process of correspondence, order booking and the negotiation process.


Conestoga College Continuing Education

Training Centre/Campus: Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: (519) 748-5220

Import and Export Business

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The globalization of world markets is bringing new opportunities to those involved in international business. In this program, students will be prepared to meet these challenges. The content reflects a wide range of international issues: customs, import and export documentation, practical aspects of marketing strategies, business planning and financing, international selling, trade research, logistics and legal aspects of international trade.


Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology

Training Centres/Campuses: King City, Markham, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Phone No.: 416.491.5050 x 2800

International Business (Diploma)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This two-year program concentrates on the complexities of the movement of goods and services across the globe. You will receive hands-on training in international selling and marketing, international trade documentation and transportation selection. In addition, you will research and complete a comprehensive export marketing plan. This program incorporates state-of-the-art computer technology and interactive teaching methods, including case analysis, to maximize your learning. You’ll study alongside students from across the globe �making the classroom experience rich and diverse. You will also have the opportunity to learn from award-winning faculty with extensive expertise in international business and to interact with industry professionals �to maximize your learning experience.

As a student in this program, you will also have the opportunity to travel internationally and network in international arenas.

International Business Management (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Graduate with the skills and knowledge that you need for a career in the fast-paced and growing field of international business. In the IBS program, you’ll benefit from an intensive one-year study of the complex and dynamic field of international business. The program reflects the latest developments in international business education and includes handson, interactive teaching approaches, including guest speakers and case analysis. You will complete the process of exporting and importing a product, culminating in the development of an international business plan. You will work with experienced faculty who are seasoned experts in the field of international business and you will share the classroom with students from around the world �enriching your learning experience.

As a student in this program, you may be afforded the opportunity to travel internationally, to network in international arenas and to participate in global competitions.


Inter-Dec College

Training Centre/Campus: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Phone No.: 514.939.4444, 1.800.363.3541

IMPORT/EXPORT DISTRIBUTION

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar

The targeted skills are:
�Finding possible products to develop.
�Evaluating the feasibility of the exclusive strategy.
�Defining the concept of the strategy.
�Proposing the concept of the strategy.
�Approving samples.


Academy of arts and design

Training Centre/Campus: Brossard, Quebec, Canada
Phone No.: 1-800-268-9777, 514-875-9777

Import/Export

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The goal of import/export in the fashion industry is to expose the student to the importance of developing and maintaining international channel partners in an ever increasingly competitive global fashion market. Students will also learn how to determine types of clients and suppliers to target for a particular market, and the means necessary to reach them effectively, assess prospective clients and suppliers, and maintain an index of those retained, discuss legal, contractual, and regulatory requirements and manufacturing issues associated with the delivery of goods and services.

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