Exporting Procedures Course
Full Day Course
Export Documentation, Regulations & Procedures are the topics of an in-depth class. Learn the particulars of export documents and why they are critical. Accurate documents equate to successful international transactions without unexpected costs or delays for you or your customer.
Learn Critical Steps for Exporting Properly
The instructor provides you with practical Do’s and Don’ts of Exporting. Upon leaving the class, you will take away a deeper understanding of exporting and a comprehensive text as your day-to-day resource. This Exporting course is updated annually to reflect changing practices and regulations.
Exporting is one of the best ways to grow your firm’s business. However, exporting without knowing the details can result in incorrect documentation and/or reports to the U.S. government. In addition, your firm or your customers could pay fees, fines, or unexpected costs due to delivery delays when documentation is incomplete or inaccurate.
Discussing: Quote, Contract, Incoterms, Tariff Classification, Export Controls, Forwarders, Reporting Export, Export Documentation
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Exporting Procedures Course Agenda
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Seminar
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Central Time) – Webinar
Reference book Exporting Regulations Documentation Procedures
I. STRUCTURING EXPORT SALES TO FOREIGN MARKETS
- Structuring Foreign Sales
- Export Order Process
II. NEGOTIATING YOUR CONTRACT AND MEETING ITS TERMS
- What is a Contract?
- Contracts for International Sale of Merchandise
- Puerto Rico’s Commercial Code
III. INCOTERMS® 2020, PRODUCE TRANSPORTATION & RISK OF LOSS (Cursory Overview)
- Incoterms® Rules Compared
- What can’t Incoterms® Rules 2020 do?
IV. FORMS OF PAYMENT (In book for reference but not covered in class)
V. CUSTOMS & TARIFF PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS
- Tariff Classification
- Product Valuation
- Other Tariff Considerations
VI. EXPORT CONTROLS
- Export Control Reform
- Applicability of the EAR
- Commerce Department Export Controls: Are You Subject to the EAR?
- Anti-boycott Regulations
- Penalties for Export Control Violations
- State Department Controls on Defense Articles and Services
- Office Foreign Assets Control
VII. FREIGHT FORWARDS, PACKING, TRANSPORTATION, AND INSURANCE
- Freight Forwarders
- Authorizing a Forwarder
- Transportation Costs
- Ocean Transportation
- Air Transportation
- Insurance and the Insurance Certificate
VIII. REPORTING THE EXPORT
IX. EXPORT DOCUMENTATION OF AIR AND OCEAN
- Documentation and the Details (Product Quotations, Counteroffer, Formal Quotation, Commercial Invoice, Packing List, Shippers Letter of Instruction (SLI), Certificates of Origin, Export report or Electronic Export Information, Bill of Ladings)
Two 15 min breaks & 1 hour lunch
Webinars: 8:30AM-4:00PM CT
Seminars: 8:30AM-4:00PM Local Time
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Our Exporting course will help you and your firm to develop and generate accurate export documents as well as help you navigate the maze of export regulations. Through this class, you will become aware of items, transactions and destinations that may require an export license!
Our Exporting course will help you create and maintain a successful export program; our instructors discuss useful procedures and checklists found in the text.
This popular class is our most comprehensive course.
Things to know before you export:
- Export Controls Questions
- Can I do business with my customer? (Course includes: Checklist for screening them and embargoed countries)
- What is a Deemed Export?
- How will my customer use my product?
- What is Destination Control Statement?
- Am I subject to the Export Administration Regulations? (Course includes: Decision Tree and Checklist)
- Does my commodity require a license to export?
- What are warning signs of potential export control violations? (Course includes: Checklist of red flags)
- Incoterms: how they can decrease costs and reduce exposure to risk for an exporter
- Review of how to determine your Product’s Schedule B or HTSUS Classification
- Reporting your Export to the U.S. Government
- Required Export Documents
- Required record retention (Course includes: Checklist)
- Benefits of an Export Compliance Manual
These and other topics are covered in this exporting process course.
Anyone involved in the export process or who has responsibility for International Documentation or Compliance. Previous attendees work in the following areas:
Business Owners, Sales/Marketing, Logistics, Traffic, Customer Service, Accounting, Credit Managers, Controllers, Engineering, Legal, Customs Brokers, Freight Forwarders, and even Import Operations.
This exporting process class is excellent for beginners and serves as a refresher for experienced professionals. The instructor sets the course level based on attendees’ stated needs.
NO SALES, NO GIMMICKS, JUST LEARNING!
* Small Class Size – Time for discussions / Q&A
* Live INTERACTIVE We encourage class participation! You may ask questions throughout the session.
* Book included in price – Great reference to keep at your desk!
* Earn continued education credits (approved for NCBFAA & NASBITE)
* Best in-class Instructors, with real-world experience, which means they can relate to your issues
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The webinar is great to follow along and the instructor is awesome. I stayed engaged and wanted to participate on the webinar as I normally stay quite and just listen, I really enjoyed engaging, asking question to help understand it better.
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"It was very helpful. The instructor was very knowledgeable and so helpful. The instructor had us participate and kept it interesting. He asked about our businesses and what classifications we used and tried to tie it in to the webinar."