- Consists of: 9 courses, taught in English and French
- Method: online and on-site (to be agreed with the recipient), flipped learning
- Target audience: government representatives, entrepreneurs and business community representatives, national, regional and international organizations, civil society and non-governmental organizations, public and private institutions
Access to international markets. The course provides a perspective to improve the free access of products and services on export markets, elaborating on the measures, means and institutions that play a role in this process.
Trade facilitation. The course provides an overview of how procedures and controls governing the movement of goods across borders can be improved to reduce associated cost burdens and maximize efficiency while safeguarding legitimate regulatory objectives.
Tariff and non-tariff measures. The course presents the knowledge needed to better understand and deal with tariff and non-tariff measures (NTMs), which affect international trade in goods.
Trade remedy measures. The course provides an overview of the conditions and rules governing the application of anti-dumping measures, subsidies and countervailing measures, and safeguard measures.
Intellectual property and geographical indications protection. The course provides an overview of the nature and legal and practical challenges of defending intellectual property rights and protecting geographical indications.
Customs valuation. The course covers the procedures, principles and different methods for determining the customs value of imported good, as well as the roles of economic operators and the institutions concerned.
Classification of goods and nomenclature of the Harmonized System. The course provides the knowledge to better understand the nomenclature for coding, description and classification of goods in international trade.
Rules of origin and use of trade preferences. The course develops on the practical, legal, administrative and institutional aspects of the development and implementation of rules of origin and the use of trade preferences.
Negotiation of international sales contracts. The course covers the contractual clauses, the stages, the various strategies, tactics and techniques contributing to concluding profitable international sales contracts.