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The Incoterms® 2020 Certificate (INCO) is designed to provide a working knowledge of the ICC’s premier international trading tool, the Incoterms® Rules 2020 – a set of 11 regularly-used standard trading terms in international trade.
The certificate is intended to build confidence in choosing the right Incoterm rule for the right transaction, in advising colleagues within their organization when issues arise in the execution of transactions, and in interfacing with logistics, finance and insurance personnel in other companies that come into contact with the same transaction. This certificate is scheduled for release in early September,2019. Pre-order before August 9th and get 15% off!
The Incoterms® 2020 Certificate (INCO) is also available at ICC Academy in the following formats:
|Number of teaching lessons : 6 lessons||Duration : 4 hours|
|Level :||Language: English|
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Exporters and importers in SMEs and corporates, business development and marketing managers, sales and purchasing
managers, accountants and audit teams
TRADE & LOGISTICS
Logistics providers, freight forwarders, custom brokers, general transportation carriers, insurance managers, commercial
lawyers and arbitrators and trade consultants
Finance and procurement managers, compliance and risk managers, front-office relationship managers, back-office trade finance and trade operations teams
Our final exam consists of a 60-minute examination which is live proctored via the internet. The passing grade is 70% minimum. Upon passing the examination, learners will be issued an accredited certificate for the program.
Lesson 1 - Overview of Incoterms® Rules
Lesson 2 - Definition of Incoterms® 2020
Lesson 3 - Obligations Part 1
Lesson 4 - Obligations Part 2
Lesson 5 - Comparison Matrix
Lesson 6 - Case Studies & Assessment
Special Adviser, ICC Incoterms® 2020 Drafting Group
Counsel and Arbitrator, 36 Stone
Charles Debattista has a busy and successful legal practice, both as an advocate and as an arbitrator, in dry shipping and international trade disputes, in which areas he also has a thriving advisory practice.
He has had extensive experience in charterparty work, bills of lading, cif and fob disputes, letters of credit, ship management issues and general commercial contract disputes.