Further Study

I want to upskill myself further

In this section you will find an array of courses that offer a more in-depth look at a number of topics briefly covered in the introduction courses. If you are new to the industry or need to brush up on skills you have previously learnt, these courses run by our training partners IVS and MIT are a great place to start.

Industry Specific Training

INCO Terms and Methods of Payment

The seminar will enable participants to determine the rights and obligations of the shipper and consignee under the International Chamber of Commerce terms of sale. In addition, the methods of payment used in international trade will be examined including a detailed examination of documentary credits.

FORMAT
One Day Workshop

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This seminar will benefit all those involved in international transportation of goods.

This course is run by our training partner Manukau Institute of Technology
For more information please call 0800 11 10 30

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NZ Carriage of Goods

Participants on this seminar will gain a practical understanding of the application of the New Zealand Carriage of Goods Act 1979. This Act applies to domestic carriage of goods as well as international shipments prior to loading on the exporting vessel/aircraft or after discharge from the importing vessel/aircraft. Practical case studies will be completed to develop a working knowledge of the application of the Act. Includes content on CMR and COTIF regimes.
FORMAT
One Day Workshop

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Any person involved in the transportation of goods within New Zealand such as shipping line staff and distribution managers.

This course is run by our training partner Manukau Institute of Technology
For more information please call 0800 11 10 30

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Hauge and Hauge/Visby Rules

The rules which provide the basis for most carriage of goods by sea are complex and supported by a large amount of case law. Participants will gain a good working knowledge of the application of these rules through discussion and case studies.
FORMAT
One Day Workshop

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This seminar will be of interest to those involved in the carriage of goods by sea.

This course is run by our training partner Manukau Institute of Technology
For more information please call 0800 11 10 30

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Bills of Lading and Waybills

The seminar has been developed to meet the needs of all those involved in the drafting, completing, amending and interpretation of the carriage documents that govern port-to-port and intermodal movement of goods.
FORMAT
One Day Workshop

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Shipping staff and managers, freight forwarders and importers, and any other people responsible for the international movement of goods.

This course is run by our training partner Manukau Institute of Technology
For more information please call 0800 11 10 30

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Authorities

This short evening course will cover over the important documentation and legislation underpinning the Freight Forwarding sector and the authorities that govern them. Ask questions and learn how these regulations relate to you and your business in an informal setting.
FORMAT
Two-Hour Evening Workshop

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Anyone in the Freight Forwarding industry interested in up-skilling and receiving training in a practical and informal manner.

COURSE OUTLINE
Participants attending this workshop will learn more about:

  • International Freight Forwarding Authorities
  • New Zealand Authorities
  • Legislation and penalties

This course is run by our training partner Independent Verification Services (IVS)
For more information please call 0800 021 169

INCO Terms

A series of three-letter trade terms related to common sales practices, the Incoterms rules are intended primarily to clearly communicate the tasks, costs and risks associated with the transportation and delivery of goods. This short workshop will help you make sense of these sometimes confusing acronyms and the theory behind them.
FORMAT
Two-Hour Evening Workshop

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Anyone in the Freight Forwarding industry interested in up-skilling and receiving training in a practical and informal manner.

COURSE OUTLINE
Participants attending this workshop will learn:

  • The 11 INCOTERMS
  • Benefits and Limitations of INCOTERMS
  • Buyer and Sellers rights and obligations
  • Documentation

Costs
This course is run by our training partner Independent Verification Services (IVS)
For more information please call 0800 021 169

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Terms and Transport Types

Outlining some of the more operational areas of the Freight Forwarding sector, this short course provides a great outline or refresher to those communicating within the industry. This course is relevant for anyone involved in international freight movement whether by land, air or sea and will help drive home information previously introduced in the introductory course or as a refresher to those already working in the sector.
FORMAT
Two-Hour Evening Workshop

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Anyone in the Freight Forwarding industry interested in up-skilling and receiving training in a practical and informal manner.

COURSE OUTLINE
Participants attending this workshop will learn:

  • Import, Export and Border Control Processes
  • Terms and Abbreviations used in International Freight Forwarding
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Transport Types

This course is run by our training partner Independent Verification Services (IVS)
For more information please call 0800 021 169


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