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This Incoterms course is part of the Chamber Foundation Award Training, making business aware of their responsibilities in trade.

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Incoterms Rules are vital in determining who is responsible for the risks and costs of international trade at each step of the process. They may be used to frame contract discussions, negotiations or checklist for buys and sellers.

All parties should have a clear understanding of the rules to minimise disruption or disputes. This course is aimed at those with no prior knowledge, or looking for a refresh on Incoterms.

Learners will:

  • The purpose and functions of Incoterms
  • Features of Incoterms 2020
  • The pros and cons of each, to help determine best use.
  • Sources of help and information on Incoterms

Each of the Chamber Training Courses can be reimbursed by the UK’s “Customs Grant Scheme”, Businesses that complete customs declarations now have until 31 January 2021 to apply for grant funding to help them increase their capacity to do so.

See here for more: https://www.customsintermediarygrant.co.uk or https://www.gov.uk/guidance/grants-for-businesses-that-complete-customs-declarations

Chamber International Training Course will be up to three hours, with breaks and questions, aimed to help business become trade compliant no matter where you are in your export journey.

Completing six of the ten modules will entitle the learner to the internationally recognised BCC Foundation Award in International Trade.

Each session will be followed by an assessment, which must be returned within 24 hours.

If you have any questions relating to this or all modules, please contact jack.simpson@neechamber.co.uk.

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