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Courses to build the capacity and capability of companies to engage in international trade

By Export Council of Australia · November 17, 2015

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In the next couple of months, the ECA is re-focusing our educational offerings to create more value for our members, we will be doing this through the development of programs and services that focus on building the capacity and capability of companies to engage in international trade and create a clear pathway of learning for anyone engaged in International Trade.

Until then, we are pleased to announce the confirmed 2015- 2016 schedule for courses that you might be interested in undertaking:

Import Procedures Course

There are many opportunities for companies and individuals to profit through importing. No matter what you are importing, you need to make sure you fully understand the import process, the rules and regulations of customs & duty, import permits, quarantine, prohibited and restricted goods and banking and finance requirements.

9 February 2016 in Brisbane, QLD. Click here >

11 February 2016 in Sydney, NSW. Click here >

8 March 2016 in Melbourne, VIC. Click here >

Export Procedures Course

Having the skills and knowledge in export procedures and staff trained in export documentation is vital for any company doing or planning to do business overseas. Whether you perform this function in house or outsource part of the process to your freight forwarder, it is vital that you and your staff have the knowledge to manage this important element of international business. It’s your money and your product that is at risk. Before you go global- get educated.   

16-17 February 2016 in Melbourne, VIC. Click here >

24-25 February 2016 in Sydney, NSW. Click here >

1-2 March 2016 in Brisbane, QLD. Click here >

International Payments & Understanding Documentary Credits

This one day course will help all importers or exporters to obtain essential information on how to use letters of credit as a safe payment method for handling overseas transactions.  Over the course of the day you and your staff will be presented with the necessary information to successfully handle this method of payment and avoid the mistakes that could leave you unprotected, and effect your bottom line.   

15 March 2016  in Sydney, NSW. Click here >

17 March 2016 in Brisbane, QLD. Click here >

22 March in Melbourne, VIC. Click here >

For further information, please contact: or Call 1300 361 526.

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