Shiles Joins USCIB as Head of ATA Carnet and Trade Services

Andrew Shiles

New York, N.Y., May 16, 2017 – Former FedEx executive and cargo industry veteran Andrew Shiles has joined the United States Council for International Business (USCIB) to lead the association’s dynamic portfolio of trade services, including the “merchandise passports” used by thousands of exporters around the world to get goods through customs quickly and easily.

As senior vice president of ATA Carnet and trade services, Shiles will work to expand U.S. trade interests through promotion of the ATA Carnet program. ATA Carnets are internationally recognized customs documents that permit temporary duty-free, tax-free entry of qualified goods for up to one year. They are used widely to facilitate entry of goods for trade shows, product samples and professional equipment.

“Andy Shiles brings extensive experience to this position,” said USCIB President and CEO Peter Robinson. “He has in-depth knowledge of trade and customs affairs, including ATA Carnet, and relationships with clients ranging from multinational corporations to SMEs to freight forwarders. In addition, Andy has strong connections with U.S. Customs, and has engaged in a number of important industry trade associations.”

USCIB manages and guarantees the ATA Carnet system in the United States, with responsibility for issuing ATA Carnets falling to two outside service providers, Roanoke Trade and the Corporation for International Business. ATA Carnets are accepted in 84 countries and territories, while the global ATA systems is overseen by the World Customs Organization (WCO) and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). USCIB serves as ICC’s American national committee.

Shiles comes to USCIB following more than 30 years at FedEx Express, the world’s largest air express cargo company, most recently as global regulatory compliance manager, where he served on USCIB’s Customs and Trade Facilitation Committee. His leadership experience in global supply-chain management includes participation in U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Simplified Entry Working Group, which redesigned and implemented the current entry-clearance process into the United States.

Shiles also has extensive experience working with multiple government agencies, including the Food and Drug Administration, Department of Agriculture and Consumer Product Safety Commission. A self-professed “Yankee with a Southern accent,” Shiles was born in Manhattan and raised in the Southwest and in Tennessee, where he received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Memphis. He is a member of the International Compliance Professionals Association and the American Association of Exporters and Importers.

Find out more about the services offered by USCIB to facilitate cross-border trade and investment at www.uscib.org.

Contact:
Jonathan Huneke, VP communications, USCIB
+1 212.703.5043 or jhuneke@uscib.org

About USCIB:
USCIB promotes open markets, competitiveness and innovation, sustainable development and corporate responsibility, supported by international engagement and regulatory coherence. Its members include U.S.-based global companies and professional services firms from every sector of our economy, with operations in every region of the world. With a unique global network encompassing leading international business organizations, including ICC, USCIB provides business views to policy makers and regulatory authorities worldwide, and works to facilitate international trade and investment.

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Best seller eLearning sessions include:

  • Going Global – 40 hours of comprehensive training that covers trade financing, commercial law and dispute resolution, customs and transportation and more.  A must if you are trading internationally.
  • Incoterms® 2010 – For anyone wishing to become proficient in the use of the Incoterms 2010 rules.
  • Mentor 600 – The only ICC-approved online training for Letters of Credit.  Mentor 600 trains beginners to the Letters of Credit world and is a comprehensive refresher for experienced practitioners.
  • ISBP Online  – Training on the International Standard Banking Practice for the examination of documents under documentary credits.

For more information on all the online trainings we offer, please click here or contact us at 212.703.5066.

Other Seminars and Workshops

USCIB partner The World Academy offers a number of trade-related classes regularly: Basic Import/Export Operations and Regulations, new ITCC Certification Workshops, Incoterms Management for Logistics and Finance Operations and C-TPAT Annual Security Threat Awareness, to name a few.  Attendees earn NCBFAA Educational Institute CCS/CES Points for most classes.

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Incoterms 2010

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NEW TERMS RELEASED JANUARY 2011.

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The latest version of the Incoterms® rules came into effect in January 2011 and takes into account developments in global trade since the rules were last revised in 2000. While contracts for the sale of goods incorporating earlier versions of the Incoterms® rules are still viable, it is suggested that users refer to Incoterms® 2010 for new transactions.

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Correct use of Incoterms®  goes a long way to providing the legal certainty upon which mutual confidence between business partners must be based. To be sure of using them correctly, trade practitioners need to consult the full ICC texts, and to beware of the many unauthorized summaries and approximate versions that abound on the web.

Why Incoterms®?

Incoterms® are international rules that are accepted by governments, legal authorities and practitioners worldwide for the interpretation of the most commonly used terms in international trade. They either reduce or remove altogether uncertainties arising from differing interpretations of such terms in different countries.

What do they cover?

The scope of Incoterms® is limited to matters relating to the rights and obligations of the parties to the contract of sale with respect to the delivery of goods sold, but excluding “intangibles” like computer software.

Why do Incoterms® need revising periodically?

As the guardian and originator of Incoterms®, ICC has a responsibility to consult regularly all parties interested in international trade to keep Incoterms®  relevant, efficient and up-to-date. It is also translated into 31 languages. This is a long and costly process for ICC, which is a non-governmental, self-financed organization. The work is financed out of sales of Incoterms® and related publications, which are protected by copyright. The new version has been modified to ensure that the Incoterms® rules clearly and accurately reflect present-day trade practices. The number of rules has been reduced from 13 to 11 and two new rules have been created: Delivered at Terminal (DAT) and Delivered at Place (DAP).

How do you get a copy of Incoterms® 2010?

To purchase the ICC Guide to Incoterms® 2010 and/or Incoterms® 2010 visit USCIB International Bookstore; where you will also find a selection of helpful Incoterms® products like wallcharts and desk pads.

Training:

Incoterms® 2010 Seminars

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This course represents 6 hours of online instruction and training in Incoterms® 2010. Its aim is to ensure a firm foundation in the use and application of the Incoterms® 2010 rules.

The course content was written by Professor Jan Ramberg, author of the ICC Guide to Incoterms® 2010, Vincent O’ Brien, international trade specialist and Gary Collyer, Technical Adviser to the ICC Banking Commission.

Jan Ramberg, Author of the ICC Guide to Incoterms® 2010Vincent O’ Brien, International Trade SpecialistGary Collyer, Technical Adviser to the ICC Banking Commission & Chair of the UCP 600 Drafting Group
Professor Jan Ramberg,
Jan Ramberg, Author of the ICC Guide to Incoterms® 2010
Vincent O’ Brien,
International Trade Specialist
Gary Collyer,
Technical Adviser to the ICC Banking Commission

 

 

 

Course Contents

The training is divided into 3 Modules:

Incoterms® Rules Module

A comprehensive overview of the use of the Incoterms® 2010 rules and the obligations of the seller and buyer.

Case Studies Module

Interactive case studies that allow trainees to apply their understanding of Incoterms® rules by simulating work scenarios.

Assessment Module

A series of randomly generated multiple choice questions testing trainees’ understanding of the application of Incoterms® rules.

Each trainee receives access to the course for one year. On completion of the training and assessment each student receives an ICC Certificate of Achievement indicating the score achieved in the course assessment.

 

 

 

What are the key benefits of Incoterms® 2010 Online training?

Quality

The course content is written by leading trade experts of the International Chamber of Commerce.

Consistency

As the training is delivered online all trainees receive the same training – so you can be sure
that your staff, regardless of location, are being trained to a consistent ICC standard.

Convenience

Whether your company is large or small, our Learning Management System means it is very easy (and quick) for you to get your staff up and running with the training and to keep track of their progress and results

 

 

 

Value for money

With prices starting at EUR 179 per trainee – and discounts for volume orders – Incoterms® 2010 Online Training is a very cost effective way to train your staff.

Each trainee receives access to Incoterms® 2010 Online Training for one year for training and reference purposes – no incidental training costs, such as travel, accommodation,scheduling, printed materials, venue, time off work, etc.

If you have any questions, please email events@iccwbo.org.

Incoterms® 2010 Seminars

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Seminars in Person

In partnership with The World Academy, the USCIB provides training on Incoterms® 2010. These workshops are for individuals already familiar with Incoterms® and who are looking for advanced instruction.

Sessions are held around the country so check the World Academy here for a complete schedule.

Online Training

This course represents 6 hours of online instruction and training in Incoterms® 2010. Its aim is to ensure a firm foundation in the use and application of the Incoterms® 2010 rules.

The course content was written by Professor Jan Ramberg, author of the ICC Guide to Incoterms® 2010, Vincent O’ Brien, international trade specialist and Gary Collyer, Technical Adviser to the ICC Banking Commission.

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Incoterms 2010 Online Training

These classes will cover…

  • What we need to know about Incoterms®
  • 2000 vs. 2010
  • Managing INCO Trade Compliance Issues: USPPI and Ultimate Consignee
  • Gaining Competitive Advantage on Inbound Logistics
  • Best Practices: Making the right choices
  • Internal training options: Connectivity in your company
  • Risk Management and Insurance Controls
  • Transfer of Title and Revenue Recognition
  • INCO and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX)

Course Contents

The training is divided into 3 Modules:

Incoterms® Rules Module

A comprehensive overview of the use of the Incoterms® 2010 rules and the obligations of the seller and buyer.

Case Studies Module

Interactive case studies that allow trainees to apply their understanding of Incoterms® rules by simulating work scenarios.

Assessment Module

A series of randomly generated multiple choice questions testing trainees’ understanding of the application of Incoterms® rules.

Each trainee receives access to the course for one year. On completion of the training and assessment each student receives an ICC Certificate of Achievement indicating the score achieved in the course assessment.

 

To Enroll

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Trade Finance Training Suite: Banking Training

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Testimonials

“Comprehensive training in Collection practices and their treatment under URC 522 – a must have within your training collateral?”

Gary Collyer, Technical Adviser to ICC Banking Commission, United Kingdom

“The best training available in Documentary Collections – complete with many practical examples and case studies.”

Vincent O’Brien, Director eBSI, Ireland

Beginners training in Collections and
URC 522

Comprehensive training in UCP 600 and
Letters of Credit

Advanced training in Letters of Credit

Advanced training in ISP98 and
Independent Undertakings

Advanced training in URDG 758 and
Demand Guarantees

Trade training suite

The online training suite covers a range of skill levels from beginners to advanced:

USCIB, in partnership with the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), offers a suite of online training in the traditional trade finance products:

  • Collections
  • Documentary Credits
  • Standby LCs
  • Demand Guarantees

The training ensures that trade finance professionals have the requisite skills to issue, process and honour trade products in line with the provisions of the ICC Trade Rules (URC 522, UCP 600, URDG 758 and ISP98).

Quality

The content for each of our courses is written by the world’s leading experts in trade finance:

Gary Collyer, Technical Adviser to the ICC Banking Commission & Chair of the UCP 600 Drafting GroupDr. Georges Affaki, Vice-Chair of the ICC Banking Commission & Chair of the URDG 758 Drafting GroupProfessor James Byrne, Director of the Institute of International Banking Law & Practice and Chair of the ISP Drafting Group
Gary Collyer,
Technical Adviser to the ICC Banking Commission & Chair of the UCP 600 Drafting Group
Dr. Georges Affaki,
Vice-Chair of the ICC Banking Commission & Chair of the URDG 758 Drafting Group
Professor James Byrne,
Director of the Institute of International Banking Law & Practice and Chair of the ISP Drafting Group

Consistency

Each member of your staff can be trained to an ICC approved standard regardless of location. Every trainee receives an ‘ICC Certificate of Achievement’ on completion of a course indicating their personal results.

Convenience

The training courses come complete with a Learning Management System so organisations can easily manage allocation of the training and keep track of trainees’ progress and results.

Value for money

Each trainee receives access to the training for one year.

The full suite of training courses can be purchased for EUR 800 per trainee.

It is also possible to purchase the training courses individually. The pricing of each course is EUR 300 – with discounts offered for multiple purchases.

  • 1 to 9 trainees – 300 Euros per trainee
  • 10 to 49 trainees – 250 Euros per trainee
  • 50+ trainees – 200 Euros per trainee

Trade Finance Training Suite: Mentor 600

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“Any UCP revision requires extensive training and understanding as to new concepts and practices. UCP 600 is no different. If you want your staff to be at the forefront of understanding and correctly applying the principles contained in UCP 600, there is only one place where you will obtain this from the comfort of your own desktop – Online training from Coastline Solutions. A must for all letter of credit professionals.”

Gary Collyer, United Kingdom, Technical Adviser to ICC Banking Commission and Chair of the UCP600 Drafting Group

Mentor 600 is the most comprehensive online training available in letters of credit and the UCP 600 rules. It is the only ICC-Approved online training in this area.

This course is aimed at beginners to Documentary Credit work or more experienced practitioners who require a comprehensive refresher course.

 

 

Contents

The course content is written by Gary Collyer, Technical Adviser to the ICC banking Commission, and Chair of the UCP 600 Drafting Group.

Mentor 600 consists of 12 hours of online training in the operation of letters of credit and the application of UCP 600.

The course is divided into 4 Modules:

Module 1 – DC Essentials

This module provides a firm foundation in the understanding of the function and operation of letters of credit and their risk characteristics compared to other traditional trade products.

The areas examined include:

  • The process involved in a typical letter of credit (LC) cycle
  • Considerations when issuing an LC including workability, credit line availability and  reimbursement
  • The correct content and delivery of LC amendments
  • The correct terms and conditions to include in an LC
  • Role and responsibilities of the parties involved
  • Types of Payment: sight/deferred/acceptance/negotiation
  • Undertaking to honour or negotiate
  • Taking up documents or issuance of a notice of refusal

Module 2 – Documents

This module examines each of the documents that can be presented under letters of credit and highlights how their data content must comply with the relevant provisions of UCP 600.

The areas/documents examined include:

  • Standard for examination of documents as prescribed by UCP 600
  • commercial invoice
  • bill of lading
  • sea waybill
  • charter-party bill of lading
  • combined transport document
  • air waybill
  • insurance documents
  • courier and post receipts
  • road, rail and inland waterway transport documents
  • other documents (as per sub-article 14(f))

Module 3 – Case studies

This module enables users to put the understanding of the operation of letters of credit and the application of UCP 600 into practice through a series of interactive case studies.

The areas covered include:

  • Completion of a letter of credit application
  • Beneficiary review of a letter of credit for workability
  • Document checking from the perspective of an issuing bank and nominated bank

Module 4 – Assessment

The assessment enables the trainee to test their understanding of Letters of Credit and UCP 600.

In each attempt of the assessment the trainee is presented with 40 multiple choice questions randomly selected from a database of questions. Full feedback is provided on all questions after each attempt.

 

 

What are the key benefits of Mentor 600?

Quality

The training content is written by Gary Collyer, Technical Adviser to the ICC Banking Commission, and Chair of the UCP 600 Drafting Group.

Consistency

As the training is delivered online, each member of your staff can be trained to an ICC approved standard regardless of location. Every trainee receives an ‘ICC Certificate of Achievement’ on completion of the course indicating their personal results.

Convenience

The training courses come complete with a Learning Management System so organisations can easily manage allocation of the training and keep track of trainees’ progress and results.

Value for money

With prices starting at EUR 300 per trainee – and discounts for volume orders – Mentor 600 is a very cost effective way to train your staff.

Discounts are offered for multiple orders as follows:

  • 1 to 9 trainees – 300 Euros per trainee
  • 10 to 49 trainees – 250 Euros per trainee
  • 50+ trainees – 200 Euros per trainee

 

 

Full training suite – special pricing

You can alternatively purchase the full suite of 5 training courses in traditional trade products for EUR 800 (a EUR 700 discount on the list price of purchasing the 5 courses).

Trade Finance Training Suite: ISP Master

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“This is the best online training I have seen.The training is authoritative and intuitive for the user. The length of the training modules permits users to learn at their own pace and the testing is comprehensive and focused on the must know principles.”

Don Smith, USA

ISP Master contains over 12 hours of online training and instruction in ISP98, the rules governing the operation of Standby LCs/independent undertakings. It is designed to ensure proficiency in this area of trade finance work.

Trainees who complete ISP Master qualify for 12 PDUs towards recertification for the Certified Documentary Credit Specialist (CDCS) accreditation offered by BAFT-IFSA and IFS.

 

 

Contents

The course content is written by Professor James Byrne of the Institute of International Banking Law & Practice (IIBLP) in conjunction with Gary Collyer Technical Adviser to the ICC Banking Commission.

The training is divided into 4 Modules:

Module 1: Essentials Module

This module examines the use of assurances in commercial arrangements, the function of dependent and independent undertakings, the roles of the parties to standby credits and the key terms and conditions that are used in standby letters of credit.

Module 2: Rules Module

This module provides an article-by-article analysis of the ISP98 rules and also examines the comparable provisions of UCP 600.

Areas covered:

  • Scope of the rules
  • Obligations of the parties
  • Presentation
  • Examination
  • Disposal of documents
  • Transfer and assignment
  • Cancellation of a standby
  • Reimbursement obligations
  • Expiry
  • Syndication/participation

Module 3: Case Studies Module

This module covers key aspects of standby letter of credit work, including: applying for a standby credit; reviewing the terms and conditions of a standby credit for workability; examining a presentation of documents from the perspective of a nominated bank and issuing bank; and issuing a refusal notice.

Module 4: Assessment Module

This module provides a comprehensive assessment for trainees to test their knowledge of standby credit practice and ISP98.

 

 

What are the key benefits of ISP Master?

Quality

The course content is written by Professor James Byrne of the Institute of International Banking Law & Practice in conjunction with Gary Collyer, Technical Adviser to the ICC Banking Commission, and Chair of the UCP 600 Drafting Group.

Consistency

As the training is delivered online, each member of your staff can be trained to an ICC approved standard regardless of location. Every trainee receives an ‘ICC Certificate of Achievement’ on completion of a course indicating their personal results.

Convenience

The training courses come complete with a Learning Management System so organisations can easily manage allocation of the training and keep track of trainees’ progress and results.

Value for money

With prices starting at EUR 300 per trainee – and discounts for volume orders – ISP Master is a very cost effective way to train your staff.

Discounts are offered for multiple orders as follows:

  • 1 to 9 trainees – 300 Euros per trainee
  • 10 to 49 trainees – 250 Euros per trainee
  • 50+ trainees – 200 Euros per trainee

 

 

Full training suite – special pricing

You can alternatively purchase the full suite of 5 training courses in traditional trade products for EUR 800 (a EUR 700 discount on the list price of purchasing the 5 courses).

Trade Finance Training Suite: eUCP

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“The more I look at it the better it becomes.”

Head of Trade Services, Switzerland

Online Training in eUCP

UCP 500 are the ICC Uniform Customs and Practice that have been used for over 60 years to govern the operation of documentary credits. While the UCP have been extremely successful in providing self-regulation for the letter of credit industry, the need was apparent to update the rules to accommodate technological advances.

With the evolution from paper to electronic credits, it was determined that the market was looking to the ICC to provide guidance in this transition. In response, the ICC Banking Commission established a Working Group consisting of experts in the UCP, electronic trade, legal issues and related industries, such as transport, to prepare the appropriate rules as a “supplement” to the UCP.

The result isthe Supplement to the Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits for Electronic Presentation or “eUCP”.

The eUCP is not a revision of the UCP. The UCP will continue to provide the industry with rules for paper letters of credit for many years. The eUCP is a supplement to the UCP that, when used in conjunction with the UCP, will provide the necessary rules for the presentation of the electronic equivalents of paper documents under letters of credit.

This electronic supplement came into force on April 1, 2002.

The need for Training

The introduction of any new set of rules or guidelines creates a need for training to ensure a common understanding of the rules. To address this the Coastline Solutions team, in co-operation with the ICC, has produced a comprehensive training course in the eUCP. This training course is approximately 2 hours long and can be taken completely online.

 

 

eUCP course contents

Coastline Solutions’ eUCP course will give the client a good appreciation for the relevance of the eUCP supplement, its relationship to UCP 500, the nature of electronic records, issues for presentation and guidance for the examination of the electronic records. The course also contains a question and answer assessment and practical case study.Here are some of the questions answered by our eUCP online course.

The scope of eUCP

  • Does eUCP replace UCP 500?
  • Under what conditions should you issue a credit subject to eUCP?
  • What should you do if eUCP produces a different result to the application of UCP 500?
  • Is it possible to present paper documents under an eUCP credit?

Presentation of electronic records

  • What happens if a bank’s system is down and unable to accept an electronic record?
  • How does the beneficiary present the electronic records?
  • How must a beneficiary indicate that a presentation is complete?
  • Can the expiry date of an eUCP credit be extended?

Electronic records

  • How does eUCP define an electronic record?
  • How do you ascertain the date of issuance/shipment indicated in an electronic record?
  • In what circumstances would the date of receipt of an electronic record be deemed to be the date of shipment?
  • An electronic record must be capable of being authenticated in three distinct ways, what are these ways?

Examination of electronic records

  • How long does the document checker have to examine a presentation under an eUCP credit?
  • What happens if there is data corruption in an electronic record?
  • Is it possible for a beneficiary to re-present a corrupted electronic record?
  • What happens if the issuing bank is unable to open an electronic record in the format required by the credit?

 

 

Benefits

Each client who successfully completes the online course will receive an electronic recognition of completion of the ICC’s eUCP training course. This will be sent as a PDF document that can be printed locally.

 

 

Pricing

eUCP online training costs 99 Euros per person.

Trade Finance Training Suite: DC Master

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“At last, a training service aimed at experienced LC staff.
This will greatly enhance standard LC practice.”

Vincent O’Brien, Director eBSI, Ireland

DC Master contains 12 hours of advanced online instruction and training in letter of credit practice. It is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of experienced documentary credit professionals.

Trainees who complete DC Master qualify for 12 PDUs towards recertification for the Certified Documentary Credit Specialist (CDCS) accreditation offered by BAFT-IFSA and IFS.

 

 

Contents

The course content is written by Gary Collyer, Technical Adviser to the ICC banking Commission, and Chair of the UCP 600 Drafting Group.

The training is divided into 4 Modules:

Module 1: Case Studies Module

A series of interactive case studies covering areas of key importance including workability of terms and conditions in documentary credits and the correct issuance of refusal notices.

Module 2: Key Issues Module

An examination of areas of documentary credit practice that are commonly misapplied and misinterpreted, including:

  • Silent confirmation
  • Advance payment credits
  • Assignment of proceeds
  • Exclusions and Modifications
  • Partial drawings or shipments
  • Availability and expiry
  • Financing
  • Installment drawings or shipments
  • Revocable credits
  • Originals and copies

Module 3: Variations of DCs Module

A detailed review of the function and operation of variations to commercial documentary credits:

  • Transferable credits
  • Back-to-back credits
  • Revolving and Reinstatement credits

Module 4: Assessment

An advanced assessment covering key areas of UCP 600 and international standard banking practice.

 

 

What are the key benefits of DC Master?

Quality

The training content is written by Gary Collyer, Technical Adviser to the ICC Banking Commission, and Chair of the UCP 600 Drafting Group.

Consistency

As the training is delivered online, each member of your staff can be trained to an ICC approved standard regardless of location. Every trainee receives an ‘ICC Certificate of Achievement’ on completion of a course indicating their personal results.

Convenience

The training courses come complete with a Learning Management System so organisations can easily manage allocation of the training and keep track of trainees’ progress and results.

Value for money

With prices starting at EUR 300 per trainee – and discounts for volume orders – DC Master is a very cost effective way to train your staff.

Discounts are offered for multiple orders as follows:

  • 1 to 9 trainees – 300 Euros per trainee
  • 10 to 49 trainees – 250 Euros per trainee
  • 50+ trainees – 200 Euros per trainee

 

 

Full training suite – special pricing

You can alternatively purchase the full suite of 5 training courses in traditional trade products for EUR 800 (a EUR 700 discount on the list price of purchasing the 5 courses).