USMCA

the Modernized NAFTA

Course Description

USMCA is the new Modernized NAFTA. After 25 years, the United States, Canada, and Mexico have approved the agreement which will go into force on July 1, 2020. The USMCA’s entry into force symbolizes the beginning of a new chapter for North American trade by supporting more balanced, reciprocal trade, and stronger economic development in North America.  The USMCA contains enhancements and modernized approaches to rules of origin, agricultural market access, intellectual property, digital trade, financial services, labor, and numerous other sectors.

What You Will Learn

How is USMCA going to impact your business? NAFTA will now be called USMCA. Learn what the new changes mean for you and how it will affect your current NAFTA process. USMCA will be in effect July 1, 2020.

While some will have little impact, others may have to possibly change their supply chain to continue to benefit under the new agreement.

PLEASE NOTE:  Basic understanding of the HTS and GRI is required for this course. If you are not familiar with tariff classification and GRI, we recommend you sign up for Tariff Classification training prior to taking the USMCA Course.

Course Will Benefit

Exporters, Importers, Compliance Officers, ISO Managers, Purchasing, Sales/Marketing, Logistics, Traffic, Customer Service, Plant Managers, Operations Manager, Credit Managers, Controllers, Engineering, Legal, Customs Brokers, Freight Forwarders.

USMCA training course will especially benefit anyone involved with or responsible for qualifying goods under USMCA (formerly NAFTA).

USMCA the Modernized NAFTA Course Agenda

8:30am to 4pm (Central Time) – Webinar
Class Material – USMCA A Practical Guide to Regulation Documentation & Procedures
  1. USMCA INTRODUCTION
    1. Overview & benefits of the USMCA
    2. Business requirements for participation
  2. DEFINITIONS
  3. A CLOSER LOOK AT ORIGINATION
    1. Wholly Obtained or Produced
    2. Product Specific Rules
    3. Produced Exclusively From Originating Materials
    4. Exemptions From Tariff Change Rules
    5. Electronic Goods
  4. FINER POINTS OF ORIGINATION
    1. Remanufactured Goods
    2. Accumulation
    3. De Minimis
    4. Fungible Goods or Materials
    5. Accessories, Spare Parts, Tools
    6. Packaging Materials and Containers for Retail Sale
    7. Packing Materials and Containers of Shipment
    8. Sets of Goods
  5. USMCA AND SPECIAL SECTORS
    1. Chemicals
    2. Iron and Steel Products
    3. Textiles and Apparel
    4. Agricultural Goods
    5. Automotive
  6. ORIGIN CERTIFICATION
    1. Making the Claim
    2. Origin Certification Obligations
    3. Certificate of Origin
  7. USMCA IN THE ORGANIZATION
    1. USMCA Business Flow Model
    2. Should Your Company Participate?
    3. Classification Management
    4. Solicitation
    5. USMCA Origination Management
  8. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN FOR MARKING PURPOSES
  9. ARTICLE 2 USMCA’S EFFECTS ON TEMPORARY ENTRY, DUTY DEFERRAL AND DUTY DRAWBACK

$595.00
Per Person

Small Class Size
6.5 Hrs Teaching
Printed Book Included
Certificate of Completion
6. CCS/MCS/CES/MES/CEU Credits

Full-Day Class

Seminar Time: 8:30am – 4pm Local Time
Webinar Time: 8:30am – 4pm CT
Two 15min breaks (am/pm), 1hr lunch

Schedule:

Coming Once Adopted

LocationDate
WebinarJun 17th
Boston, MAJun 24th
WebinarJun 24th
WebinarJun 26th
WebinarJul 14th
Chicago, ILJul 29th
Houston, TXAug 18th
Atlanta, GAAug 20th
WebinarAug 25th
Louisville, KYAug 26th
Charlotte, NCSep 17th
Minneapolis, MNSep 22nd
Pittsburgh, PAOct 15th
Cleveland, OHOct 15th
Anaheim, CAOct 20th
Milwaukee, WIOct 21st
WebinarOct 27th
Chicago, ILNov 18th
Indianapolis, INDec 8th
WebinarDec 8th
Houston, TXDec 9th
Atlanta, GADec 10th

NEW USMCA Book Coming Soon
Authors:
John D Goodrich

Book included with registration!
Can’t attend? Purchase book soon!

Certificate Issued Upon Completion

Earn 6 CCS/MCS/CES/MES NCBFAA

Earn 6.5 NASBITE CEUs

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