The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Academy and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) have partnered to offer online global trade and trade finance training. Through ADB’s Trade Finance Programme (TFP), the e-courses will use the Academy’s international training model and be accessible via its innovative digital platform.
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Legal and business professionals involved in international trade and dispute resolution are invited to a day’s training on the ICC Model International Sale Contract, on 7 March 2014 at the ICC Hearing Centre in Paris. Participants registering before 31 January can catch a reduced early-bird rate.
From today, Demand Guarantee specialists will be able to register for a new level 4 qualification specifically designed to enhance and validate their professional skills.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has released a new Ethics and Compliance Training Handbook. This invaluable reference tool offers practical solutions for business to attack corruption at its source.
Speaking after attending ICC’s recent Model International Sale Contract 2013 training, one participant, working for an international company, said: “Drafting and negotiating English-law governed contracts for small transactions could take about a week. The ICC model contract offers a quicker alternative for small, international purchases of goods. The use of the International Convention on the Sale of Goods as the legal basis for such contracts eliminates the need to negotiate applicable law and could save time and effort in the negotiation process between the parties.”
Seven widely acclaimed training courses from the ICC Training and Conferences Department (formerly ICC Events)are now available online. The courses cover Incoterms® 2010, documentary credits, standbys, guarantees and collections.
ICC has further expanded its online training offerings with the launch of Incoterms® 2010 Online Training, making its services even more accessible and convenient to users of the rules worldwide.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is kicking off a fresh round of Incoterms® rules Masterclasses, set to run from 17-18 February 2011, attracting participants interested in learning straight from the source of the revised rules.
Responding to the growing need of local businesses and SMEs to use intellectual property (IP), ICC has launched an online toolkit and pilot training program for chambers of commerce on this rapidly-evolving field.