BCC Accredited - Documentary Letter of Credit

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Who should attend?

This course is a must for anyone in the export team who processes letters of credit. The course explains the process in great detail by showing examples and providing the delegates the opportunity of putting into practice what they have learnt by completing practical.

This course is suitable for export sales managers and administration staff.

Seminar content

This workshop has been designed to meet British Chambers of Commerce National Trade Training Standards. Delegates will complete an assessment during the workshop; this will be used as credits towards recognised qualifications.

Course content
1. Role of Company, Bank and Customer
2. The contract, Incoterms,
3. Types of letters of credit
4. Terms of payment, terms of doc credit
5. UCP 600
6. Preparing documents
i. Invoice
ii. Bill of Lading
iii. CMR/CIM
iv. Insurance, Dangerous goods
v. C of O, EUR1, ATR1
vi. Export licence
7. Documentary discrepancies
8. Presentation of documents/Documentation Completion
9. Practical

Practical examples; we work through 2 complete sets of documents which have been prepared for a letter of credit. This is done as a group activity.

Presenter: Robin Mackay LTI, FInstSMM, MIEx.

Robin is an experienced Director and Senior Manager with over 15 years experience working for a world class textile company with particular responsibility for exports. Robin spent five years as Director of International Trade for the North East Chamber of Commerce. He has considerable experience in assisting organisations of all sizes develop markets and overcome the issues associated with export procedures and documentation; he brings to his course a wealth of practical solutions.

Co-ordinator: Sian Williams
Co-ordinator email: export@liverpoolchamber.org.uk
Co-ordinator phone:~0151 227 1234
Type: Course
Start: Tuesday 25 Sep 2012
Time: 09:00 - 17:00

Liverpool Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Number One Old Hall Street
L3 9HG [View map]

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