International Trade Operations and Procedures (ITOPS) is a recognised International Trade Qualification covering the main elements of import/export administration.
This practical and relevant qualification is designed to prove that candidates have the necessary skills to accurately operate the administration procedures in an international trade administration environment.
Successful candidates will be awarded the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) Accredited ITOPS Qualification, learning how to avoid costly mistakes and improve their international trade procedures – previous delegates have saved their employers thousands of pounds. This course is suitable for anyone employed in an international trade environment – whether that of a manufacturer/supplier or freight forwarder.
The award covers the five main elements of export administration:
Delegates attend four formal training workshops – usually once a fortnight/every three weeks. A formal assessment takes place approximately one month after the tuition ends. The evidence is then Internally Verified by an experienced assessor at the Chamber who decides if the required standards have been met.
Candidates will have the possibility of airport visits, container ship visits and placement with a freight forwarder. Although optional, all are considered as very important in developing knowledge and skills.
Price includes training for four workshops, course folders and printed notes, full trainer support during the course of the programme, final assessment day, portfolio assessment and verification. Successful candidates also receive the BCC Foundation Award in International Trade.
Please contact Leah Quarmby on 01484 483665 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a price and further course details.