JUST UPDATED! This class includes the very latest Incoterms 2020 information!
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.
This Incoterms 2020 class equips students with a practical understanding of the most commonly used trade terms (also known as Incoterms), focusing on problem areas that can arise at the time of shipment, and how best to address them.
This course can be completed in 11.5 hours or less and earns NCBFAA-registered students 12 CCS/CES continuing education credits.
Important: The full content of this course is also included in course C1. We recommend course C1 for anyone looking for a more comprehensive introduction to using Incoterms in import-export transactions. We also offer course C1.2, a shorter course designed for entry-level freight forwarder personnel.
|C20u||US Import/Export Basics|
|C21u||Intro to US Importing: Release & Entry Process|
|C22u||Intro to US Importing: Customs “Entry”, Related Requirements & Enforcement|
|C1.1||Incoterms 2020: Overview (click here for Spanish)|
|C1||Incoterms 2020: Export-Import Transaction Fundamentals|
|C1.2||Incoterms 2020: Freight Forwarders & Customs Brokers|
|C1.3||Incoterms 2020: Practical Concerns & Forwarder Issues at Time of Shipment|
|C2||Import-Export Terms, Collections, & Letters of Credit|
|C3u||Import & Transit Requirements for Destination Countries|
|C4u||ATA Carnets: Benefits & Procedures Introduction|
|C5||HTS: Harmonized Tariff Schedule Classification|
|C6.1u||HTSUS Classification: Introduction|
|C6u||HTSUS Classification: Fundamentals|
|C71u||HTSUS Classification: Single Assessment & Certification|
|C7u||HTSUS Classification: Multiple Assessments & Certification|
|C8u||HTSUS Classification: Post Evaluation & Practice|
|C10||Math Fundamentals for International Trade & Shipping|
|C16u||FTZs: An Introduction to US Foreign Trade Zones|
|C17u||US Customs Reconciliation|
|C18u||Country of Origin Marking Requirements|
|C9801u||HTSUS9801 – Documenting & Classifying Goods Returned to the US|
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!