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Getting the Export Documentation Right - Online Live Workshops Now Available

29.10.2020 Richelle Ward

The preparation of export documentation can be confusing, time consuming, costly, and prone to human error, but correct export documentation is vital for any exporter to transact business in an efficient and cost effective way. The Export Council of Australia (ECA) has developed a series of workshops for companies wanting to understand export documentation requirements and/or gain assistance in training their team in processing documentation correctly and efficiently.

Please note there are three workshops available covering different topics - you can attend one or all three!

Click here to register for all three workshops to save $150!

Or click on individual course below:

International Contracts of Sale & Incoterms 2020

Topics covered: 

  • International Contracts of Sale
  • Incoterms 2020
  • Revision
  • Guest speaker: Learn trade insights from an experienced trade lawyer

About this workshop:

This workshop will focus on the importance of contracts, what types of contracts are available, plus the range of issues to take into account when considering the relevant roles and responsibilities in any contract of sale. Contract of sale examples will be provided so learners can review and ask questions relevant to their business.

Our specialist trainer will also review the newly released Incoterms 2020 and explain exactly what they are, the rules surrounding them and the importance of using them correctly.

Want more?

We’re inviting an international trade lawyer to the session. They will also be discussing the above topics, sharing best practice and answering all those questions you’ll bring along that are relevant to your business.

COST: $275 (incl GST)

Date: Monday 16 November 2020
Time: 9am – 11.30am (2.5 hours) 

REGISTER HERE

Export Documentation & Procedures Plus Costing for Export

Topics covered: 

  • Export Documentation and Procedures
  • Costing for Export
  • Revision
  • Guest speaker: Hear from an established exporter about how they manage the document process

About this workshop:

This workshop will cover the following documents:
  • Documents required by Australian Authorities
  • Transport Documents
  • Specialist Documents
  • Commercial Documents
  • Documents required by Importing Countries
This component of the course is intensive, so provides plenty of examples and recommendations on what is required.

Just as important is costing for export, so we will break this down to cover the many costs incurred, best practice to ensure correct quotation moving forward plus definitions, costs associated and things to consider – this workshop also provides a practical exercise to encourage knowledge retention.

And finally, we have invited an experience exporter to join us and discuss what advice they can provide when it comes to managing the document process and mistakes to look out for in your business. There will be plenty of time for questions and don’t forget to bring along any documents that are relevant to your business!

COST: $275 (incl GST)

Date: Wednesday 18 November
Time: 9am – 11.30am (2.5 hours) 

International Payment Documentation & Risk Management

Topics covered: 
  • International payment documentation (includes lesson on letters of credit)
  • Risk Management
  • Revision
  • Guest speaker: Learn top tips from a banking specialist

About this workshop:

One of the most asked about questions is how to make sure you get paid – and so it should be! Today’s payment workshop is combined with risk management making it a must for all exporters – with only 12 spots available this will fill up fast.

Understanding what methods of payment are available to you is vital to the success of any business, therefore the following four methods of collecting payment will be explained in full:
  • Prepayment
  • Open Account
  • Documentary Collection (sight or term)
  • Documentary Letter of Credit (DC)
We’ll also discuss what risk is involved across international payment and logistics, so learners gain confidence and know what to look out for when supporting theses areas of the business.

To help gain a different perspective and ensure you’re across these areas will be zooming in and international trade bank specialist to discuss latest trends and answer any questions you may have about these areas. Its important that you bring along any questions you have about your business as this is the chance to discuss possible outcomes with industry specialists.

COST: $275 (incl GST)

Date: Thursday 19 November 2020
Time: 9am – 11.30am (2.5 hours) 

REGISTER HERE

Workshop presenter: About Nick Alford

Nick is the Principal of Labyrinth Maven – “Defining, Designing, Connecting & Delivering the future for organisations” - with over 30 years’ experience in mergers and acquisitions; strategic planning and execution; logistics; mentoring, coaching, facilitation; curricula development; international business assistance; systems development; and training and assessment.

After studying Economics Nick began working as a geoscientist in the mineral exploration industry where he gained a diverse and valuable range of business experiences. From geophysics through to manufacturing, retail and wholesaling, and to professional services industries, Nick has cultivated a career in management, working his way through the sales and operations areas of a variety of small and large organisations.

His roles included complex data analysis and systems development, warehouse distribution systems and facilities development, training and management of operations, import and export development. This hands-on operational management experience is the key to Nick’s understandings of the productivity and growth issues facing organisations seeking international competitiveness today.

Specialties include international trade development and assistance; organisational restructuring and review; mentoring and coaching senior executives; leadership development; business intelligence; facilitation; scenario planning and delivery; capability vs capacity identification; and local and international market Identification.

Who should attend:

This practical workshop is tailored specifically to companies wanting to upskill their team in export

documentation requirements. Attend only the workshops that are of interest to you all attend all three. Attendees will gain hands-on experience in preparing export documentation.

Workshop materials:

All participants will receive:
  • Complete workshop booklet, including examples of documentation (soft copy)
  • Certificate of completion
During the workshop, companies will also have an opportunity to bring their own documentation along. There will be time allocated to go through your documentation with our documentation expert!

For more information contact: richelleward@export.org.au
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