NOTE: You will be prompted to Register if you have not already done so. If you already have a login, please click “Proceed to Enrollment” on the next screen.
Since accidents do happen when transporting goods, cargo insurance and risk management is a must for all shippers along the supply chain, whether you’re shipping domestically or internationally. This class introduces the basic concepts needed to understand and manage both physical and financial shipping risks, as well as the characteristics of carrier legal liability vs. cargo insurance policies. It also goes into detail about Cargo Insurance Certificates.
Once you finish this course, a printable Certificate of Completion will be available for download. The course can be completed in 9.5 hours or less and earns NCBFAA-registered students 10 CCS/CES continuing education credits.
|T1u||Intro to Cargo Transportation: US Forwarders|
|T1||Intro to Cargo Transportation: Non-US Forwarders|
|T3u||Intro to Cargo Transportation: US Importers/Exporters|
|T3||Intro to Cargo Transportation: Non-US Importers/Exporters|
|OF1u||Intro to Cargo Transportation: US Ocean Forwarders & NVO Staff|
|T6||Cargo Insurance & Risk Management Intro|
|T8||Cargo Insurance: Choosing & Obtaining Coverage|
|T9||Cargo Insurance: Preparing & Processing Claims|
|T21u||Bills of Lading: Ocean and Intermodal|
|T25u||FMC Compliance for Ocean Forwarders & NVOs|
|T30||Air Cargo Transportation|
|OS5u||Forklift Operator Safety Training|
For those who are already a Certified Customs Specialist (CCS) or a Certified Export Specialist (CES) registered with the NCBFAA, provide us with your CCS/CES ID number and you will automatically get continuing education credits upon the successful completion of a qualified course. To get your CE credits, follow these easy steps:
That’s it! Once you’re signed up, we’ll automatically send any CE credits you earn directly to the NCBFAA!