This course is an essential step in meeting the standards established by U.S. Customs. It covers the harmonized tariff schedule and classification process, valuation of merchandise, special import issues, entry types and procedures, preparation and use of entry documents, the liquidation process, penalties and liquidated damages, Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT), advanced electronic data-entry processes and all documentation pertaining thereto. NEI 20 CCS Units upon request
|sct: 01C||Tu||9/22||6:15 PM||$719.00|
This class concentrates on tariff classification and customs valuation, offering an in-depth understanding of these issues. Topics include the section and chapter notes, determining the essential character of a product, special classification provisions, six methods of valuation and obtaining and challenging a classification. Students will thoroughly review the customs valuation laws with an emphasis on both compliance and the opportunity to reduce duty. This topic is vital for preparing to take the Customs Broker License Examination.NEI 20 CCS Units
|sct: 01C||W||9/23||6:15 PM||$719.00|
This course provides a detailed approach to developing a new import business or updating an existing one. Students will be introduced to the concepts of a business plan, operational procedures, and calculation of pricing including freight and duty charges. Students will review case studies and simulate actual transactions.NEI 20 CCS Units
|sct: 01C||M, W||10/5||6:15 PM||$719.00|
Students who complete this course will have a good understanding of the dynamics of sourcing and buying materials and services from other countries. It will provide them with an understanding of the benefits and challenges of global sourcing and teach them how to manage global supplies and build successful international supply relationships. Some of the topics to be covered include strategic supply-management practices, supply base optimization, commodity, supply relationships, creating alliances and partnerships and global sourcing. NEI 20 CCS/CES Units.
|sct: 1||Th||9/24||6:15 PM||$719.00|
This course offers students practical approaches and techniques for successfully introducing and establishing product lines overseas. Students will be required to complete an ongoing research project to assess the initial potential of an international market.NEI 20 CES Units
|sct: 01C||Tu, Th||10/8||6:15 PM||$719.00|
Computers and the Internet have had their effect on international trade. Goods and services are promoted, offered, sold and paid for on the Internet. This course allows students to explore the world of trading products using the internet. There will be discussions and presentations on international business, market research, finding sales leads, and making and receiving payments. Also, learn the essentials of setting up an internationally focused website and finding legal and trade resources worldwide.
|sct: 01C||M||9/21||6:15 PM||$719.00|
Design for professionals in Supply Chain Management and Logistics, the workshop series will provide the most up to date compliance updates in in C-TPAT, AES and other systems, Incoterms, Intermodal/Transport Security, Information Security operations. For students pursuing the SCM Certificate, this series will satisfy the academic requirement of IEM0013, IEM0016, IEM0020, IEM0021.
|sct: 1||Sa||11/14||9:00 AM||$719.00|