New Going Global Online Training Ethics and Compliance Seminar


The International Chamber of Commerce’s online training program on trading internationally, Going Global, provides strategies to address the risks faced by trade professionals when dealing with international markets.

Upon completion of the 40 hours user-friendly modules, trainees will be conversant with trade documents, financing, commercial law and dispute resolution, e-commerce and intellectual property. Other key issues include transportation, customs, payment and finance structures. At the end of each trainee-controlled module, trainees can test their knowledge by completing an assessment, and will receive an ICC Certificate of Achievement detailing their personal results. Going Global is a must if you are going global.


4843_image004New Seminar on Ethics

For the first time, USCIB partner The World Academy is offering a seminar on Ethics and Compliance on November 19. This seminar will provide hands-on expertise in the field of corporate integrity that companies of all sizes will benefit from in order to build and implement corporate compliance programs.

Who should attend? Compliance Managers, HR Managers, and those responsible for the prevention of corruption and anti-competitive business practices. Attendees will earn 6.5 NEI NCBFAA Educational Institute CCS/CES Points. Register at least 3 weeks early and get up to $50.00 off!

ICC Ethics and Compliance Training Handbook

This anti-corruption guide by practitioners for practitioners sets out the challenges companies must overcome to build and put into action their corporate compliance programs. Providing hands-on expertise from distinguished practitioners in the field, this handbook offers practical guidance on performing risk assessment, installing a whistleblowing system, exercising due diligence when selecting agents or intermediaries, and conducting internal investigations.

Visit the USCIB International Bookstore to place your order.


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