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The Customs, duty and International Trade Course - Calgary
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Start Date: September 24, 2007, 09:00
End Date: September 26, 2007, 17:00
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For More Information: http://www.importers.ca/events/2007_customs_course.pdf


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I.E.Canada is delighted to welcome top trade and customs experts to teach this hands-on international trade course. This event is designed to give trade professionals a unique opportunity to hear and question these experts on the latest programs. Register today to guarantee your place at this course. Nowhere else can you get this comprehensive update all in only three days! The course is designed to provide a basic understanding of the rules that govern the international trade of goods and services. You will be in a better position to assess the risks and exploit the opportunities in international trade, including NAFTA, WTO and FTAA. You will also recognize how these agreements should feed into an organization’s strategic decision making process. Security and compliance are key words in today’s international trade environment. The emphasis on supply chain security and accountability spells new responsibilities for importers and exporters. How are you dealing with it? As rigorous new Canadian and U.S. government procedures for importers, exporters, carriers, customs brokers and freight forwarders are being implemented, updated and changed, knowing and complying with all the requirements will be critical to ensure the speedy arrival of goods.
 
The Customs Duty and International Trade Course
 
Who Should Attend?
Professionals who manage customs personnel or the customs function in their organization
Traffic and customs personnel providing logistics services
Professionals in CRA, CBSA and other government settings, with responsibilities for customs and trade matters
Chartered accountants and other professional accountants who advise clients on customs and trade matters
CFOs, controllers and other senior officers of organizations active in international trade
Lawyers and advisors who counsel on customs and trade matters
 
Organizational Benefits:
The Customs Duty and International Trade Course offers many benefits to your organization, including:
The ideal training environment for the advancement and development of your customs and trade specialists
A great opportunity to extend your own in-house or in-firm training initiatives
A comprehensive program that combines examination, analysis and interpretation of legislation and compliance rules
Practical applications—to effectively deal with everyday trade logistics issues
The perfect way to pull together “missing pieces” from prior customs and trade training into a complete and timely learning experience of the highest quality.
 
Personal Benefits:
The Customs Duty and International Trade Course offers many benefits to you:
It provides you with a productive environment that emphasizes valuable interactions with other professionals from across North America—colleagues with varied business backgrounds and a shared desire to learn
You will receive comprehensive course reference materials, including technical notations, cross references to legislation and publications, and many practical examples—a valuable information source long after you’ve participated in the course
Valuable insight and practical advice on organizational processes and administrative issues relating to CRA and CBSA
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