Incoterms training course for exporters and importers
Our informative and enjoyable Incoterms training course can be delivered at your premises and is suitable for anyone working in international trade – from industry newcomers to experienced importers or exporters. Banks and financiers also need to understand the Incoterms ® 2010 rules as fulfilment of delivery obligations is a vital consideration when financing trade transactions.
IMPORTANT NEWS UPDATE: A revised version of the Incoterms ® rules is currently being drafted by the ICC and is due to take effect in January 2020. Our practical training course will help you to understand how the current Incoterms ® 2010 rules should be applied and the issues to be discussed by the ICC national committees during the development of the 2020 revision.
We strongly advise companies to be wary of organisations offering training on the subject of “Incoterms 2020” prior to its publication (expected by Q4 2019).
Contact us for further information or to book in-house training for your key staff.
“Another excellent session on Incoterms. Mark has really helped us to clarify which Incoterms rules are appropriate for our business. His training method is engaging and his flexible approach means the sessions can be adapted to the current needs of our company. We’d highly recommend his training sessions.” (Gurit UK)
Our Incoterms ® 2010 training course equates to 7 hours of CPD activity with certification and will explain all aspects of the topic including the following FAQs:
The Incoterms training will also provide:
The following topics are covered:
All delegates will receive a comprehensive set of course materials including an illustrated guide, case studies and exercises.
Please call or email us so we can learn more about your Incoterms training requirements.
We provide Incoterms training courses across the UK including London, Manchester, Cardiff, Surrey, Glasgow and Nottingham.
We also deliver Incoterms training courses for companies across Europe including Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Ireland, Austria, Poland and Italy.