USCIB Int’l Bookstore: Save on eLearning

Bookstore_LogoThe USCIB International Bookstore is offering the limited time opportunity to save $35 on any single-user eLearning program.  Order Now and enter the coupon code SAVE35 to receive the discount.  This offer is only good through February 28.

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.

Workshop event calendar.

Staff Contact:   Andrew Shiles

Senior VP, ATA Carnet and Trade Services
Tel: 212.703.5079

Former FedEx executive and cargo industry veteran Andrew Shiles leads USCIB’s portfolio of trade services, including the “merchandise passports” used by thousands of exporters around the world to get goods through customs quickly and easily. Shiles works to expand U.S. trade interests through promotion of the ATA Carnet program. 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.
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