An import export business is a company that facilitates trades of goods and commodities between domestic and foreign companies. In other words, it’s a company that buys goods internationally and ships them in for domestic purchases and vice versa.
There are many documents involved in international trade. Candidates proficient in export import documentation, are in great demand, across companies dealing in import or export of goods or services.
Why should one take Vskills Export Import Documentation Certification?
This Course is intended for professionals and graduates wanting to excel in their chosen areas. It is also well suited for those who are already working and would like to take certification for further career progression.
Earning Vskills Export Import Professional Certification can help candidate differentiate in today's competitive job market, broaden their employment opportunities by displaying their advanced skills, and result in higher earning potential.
Who will benefit from taking Vskills Export Import Documentation Certification?
Job seekers looking to find employment in export / import departments of export houses, students generally wanting to improve their skill set and make their CV stronger and existing employees looking for a better role can prove their employers the value of their skills through this certification.
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TABLE OF CONTENT
- Regulations of International Trade
- Risks in International Trade
- Top Trading Nations
- Top traded commodities (Exports)
International Trade – WTO
- GATT rounds of negotiations
- Functions of WTO
- Principles of the trading system
Export and Import
- Documents Required for Export Order
- Processing Export Order
- Advantages of Exporting
- Disadvantages of Exporting
- Ways of exporting
- Choosing Freight Forwarder
- Making the export decision
- Selecting Entity Type for Export Business
Starting Exports – Important steps
- Planning For Export
- Basic Requirements
- Identifying Export Product
- Market Selection
- IEC Number
- Export License
- AD Code
- APEDA's Online Registration Process & Schemes for Agricultural Exports
- Export Samples
- Export Pricing
- Steps for successful exporting
- Documents Required for Export Customs Clearance
- GST Refund on Exports
- Export Inspection Council
- Dispatching an Export Order
Bill of Lading/ Airway Bill
- Commercial Invoice cum Packing List
- Shipping Bill/ Bill of Export
- Let Export Order or LEO
- Bill of Entry
- Import General Manifest (IGM)
- Payment in Advance
- Letter of Credit
- Documentary Collections
- Open Account
- Export Finance
- Post Shipment Finance and Realization
- Invoice Factoring
- Multi Modal Transport Rules
- Sea and Inland Waterway Transport Rules
- Trade Rules
- Incoterms 2020
Forex and Risk Management
- What is Foreign Exchange?
- Foreign Exchange as a Financial Market
- Foreign Exchange is an OTC Market (Over The Counter)
- Rates of Exchange
- Primary and Counter Currency
- Market Maker and Market Taker
- Bid/Offer Rate
- Middle Rate
- Cross Rates
- Factors affecting exchange rate fluctuations
- Major Currencies
- Effect of fluctuations in exchange rates: exposure and foreign exchange risk
- Risks of foreign exchange to exporters and importers
- Managing Risk