This practical two day course, delivered by an export professional with 30 years’ experience of shipping goods worldwide, aims to give your staff the tools to confidently negotiate an export contract, and complete the necessary shipping documentation in order to get the goods to the customer at a competitive price in good time, thereby encouraging them to place repeat orders.
- Overview of regulatory & compliance issues
- A study of the significance of documentary content - with specific reference to Incoterms 2010, how to prove origin and the Customs Commodity Code
- Analysis of commercial, origin and regulatory documents involved in the export sales, including detailed instructions on completing the documents
- Commercial documents - quotations, invoices and packing lists
- The "origin” documents – the difference between preferential & non-preferential origin.
- Regulatory issues: the export license, pre-shipment inspection, hazardous goods
- Detailed instructions on how to complete:
- commercial invoice
- packing list
- export cargo shipping instructions
- EU Certificate of Origin
- EUR1 Movement Certificate
- The proof of export documents:
- Bills of lading
- Airway bills
- CMR notes
- Payment mechanisms and a review of the documents needed to ensure payment
This course will allow delegates to understand export documentation requirements and the procedures to follow to ensure every all documentation requirements are met. During the course of the workshop, delegates are encouraged to discuss challenges specific to their own business, as part of the learning process. All information shared is treated with utmost confidentiality.
The course will be delivered as webinar via Zoom. It is fully supported with guidance provided electronically to ensure delegates can apply these skills in their business. The course is delivered by a qualified Graduate Member of the Institute of Export (MIEx Grad).
Who should attend?
The workshop is essential for staff who are involved in the export administration process, which mainly falls under shipping departments though can also include finance and sales departments as some content may form part of the sales and invoicing processes.