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Students graduate, capable of effectively and progressively undertaking export /import administration and managing an entire export/import department. Career opportunities may include:
The aim of the course is to equip individuals keen to engage in exporting and importing with the core knowledge, skills and attitudes to succeed.
Those targeted for entry are domestic and international students with preliminary business qualifications or experience who wish to specialise in importing and exporting businesses.
Introduction to Exports / Imports
Export / Import Logistics and Legislation
Describe the responsibilities of the exporter and the importer under the latest INCOTERMS (2012) and distinguish how they are used in international trade transactions
Identify and compare local regulations including environment, standards, health and safety, and local bureaucracy that may affect your export/import in any two overseas countries
Export / Import Management Systems
Develop a Manual of operational policies/procedures, standards of conduct, safeguards, and guidelines to ensure compliance to New Zealand’s export/import controls and measures for specific export transaction
Formulate a Risk Mitigation/Management Action Plan providing continuous risk assessment and mitigating risk of violation of export /import control in accordance with organisational policies and procedures
Export / Import Business Planning
Collect and analyse information for the export/import of a chosen product or product line or services to/from a suitable target country
Select and evaluate qualitative and quantitative methods for forecasting sales in your specific market
Produce an overall corporate export/import business plan for your organisation
Cultural Influences in Export / Import Trade
Evaluate how different cultural variables (language, customs, spiritual beliefs, etc.) impact on international business negotiations
Ascertain methods of adapting one’s behaviour to ‘fit in’ and to demonstrate acceptable social behaviour when conducting business in new cultural settings
Export / Import Payment Options
Discuss methods of payment and determine how the operation of documentary collections and documentary letters of credit in specific foreign trade transactions might best apply as a method of payment
Management positions in shipping, transport and logistics organisations, public and private import-export organisations, wholesalers, traders, and merchants, or starting own export business, rest in the export trade sector would be an advantage.
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