Incoterms ® 2020

Dec 11, 2023

This course is suitable for those currently working in an export-import environment or who are new to international trade. We recommend attendees complete the Understanding Export & Export Documentation course first, as this includes an introduction to Incoterms.

 

There is a comprehensive guide on the obligations and costs that a Buyer and Seller have during a sale to include where risk passes from Seller to Buyer during the transaction and highlights commercial implications of this.

 

This course will count as 1 credit towards the BCC Foundation Award in International Trade

 

Course learning objectives:

 

·         Incoterms – what are they?

 

·         Incoterms – the history

 

·         An explanation of Incoterms including what they ‘do’ and ‘don’t do’

 

·         Discuss what documentation they apply to

 

·         Review each of the Incoterms 2020 in detail and explain why EXW should not be used in International Trade.

 

·         Understand the risks, costs and obligations for both buyer and seller

 

·         Insurance requirements

 

·         To be able to correctly classify shipments to reflect the mode of transport and be appropriate for the goods

 

Please note the price quoted is for non-members excluding VAT, MY Export Hub Members are eligible for a discounted rate of £170.00 + VAT per person.

 

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Start Date & Time: 2024-02-13 13:00:00
End Date & Time: 2024-02-13 16:00:00

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