Bookkeeping and Basic Accounting for Non-Accountants - June 21, 2017

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COURSE OUTLINES:
Introduction to the world of Wedding and Debut Planning Coordination
• The Filipino Wedding and Event Industry as a whole
• The Roles of a Wedding /Debut Planner vs. Wedding/ Debut Coordinator
• Cultural Wedding Traditions and Customs
• Wedding and Debut Etiquette
• Wedding and Debut Trends
Wedding and Debut Planning
• Business Management Skills
• Wedding and Debut Products and Services
• Establishing your target market
• Creating Wedding and Debut Packages
• Branding
• Marketing in Facebook and other Social Media
• Marketing your business effectively
• Contracts
• Fee Structure
• Budgets
• Defining the scope of duties and responsibilities
• Personal Styling and Grooming
Wedding and Debut Event Day Coordination
• Leading your staff
• Dealing with Event Suppliers
- Ceremony and Reception Venue
- Caterers
- Photographers
- Lights and Sounds
- Decorators
- Hosts
• Wedding/Debut Program
• Turnover
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How to Start a Wedding and Debut Planning Business

December 12, 2017, 9:00am - December 13, 2017, 2:00am

COURSE OUTLINES: Introduction to the world of Wedding and Debut Planning Coordination • The Filipino Wedding and Event Industry as a whole • The Roles of a Wedding /Debut Planner vs. Wedding/ Debut Coordinator • Cultural Wedding Traditions and Customs • Wedding and Debut Etiquette • Wedding and Debut Trends Wedding and Debut Planning • Business Management Skills • Wedding and Debut Products and Services • Establishing your target market • Creating Wedding and Debut Packages • Branding • Marketing in Facebook and other Social Media • Marketing your business effectively • Contracts • Fee Structure • Budgets • Defining the scope of duties and responsibilities • Personal Styling and Grooming Wedding and Debut Event Day Coordination • Leading your staff • Dealing with Event Suppliers - Ceremony and Reception Venue - Caterers - Photographers - Lights and Sounds - Decorators - Hosts • Wedding/Debut Program • Turnover

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COURSE OBJECTIVE
At the end of this short course, one would be able to:
1. Be knowledgeable in the basics of starting one’s own spa business.
2. Understand the essential parts and characteristics of a spa business.
3. Identify and apply which marketing strategies are best to use.
4. Learn how to create a business system and apply it in the operations.
5. Develop the necessary skills in choosing your personnel and develop a winning team.
COURSE OVERVIEW

A lot of people seem to be in the lookout for a reliable and relaxing spa to escape to after a long day’s work or a stress-filled week. These days, the salon and spa industry is proving to be booming business for a lot of people whether expanding their line of services or venturing as a start-up entrepreneur. The question now is not if it is catering to a billion dollar market, because it is. The question now is, with almost every other corner, a salon or spa is popping up like mushrooms, what can one offer that can attract customers and clients, and keep them coming back?

In this training course, participants will learn the ins and outs of having their own spa business, as well as identify which services and products to offer and use. We will also cover important aspects of the spa business such as choosing the location, designing the price range, hiring the right personnel and planning your business capital.

COURSE OUTLINE

I. Unleashing the entrepreneur inside of you.
Understanding the 3 levels of entrepreneur. The shifting process of an employee to being the boss.
II. Listening to what the market wants and need.
It is never about what you want but what your market wants. Introducing a need. Who are your competitors?
III. Services you offer and products you use.
Are your products and services top of the line or is it the same as everyone else?
IV. Capital, Operations, Pricing and Personnel.
The nitty-gritty of starting, running and managing your spa business. Maximizing resources.
V. Where are you?
Locations. Location. Location. Do you want to go virtual?
VI. How will they know?
Your marketing strategy at its best. Why word of mouth matters. Who is your market?
VII. Franchisee or Franchisor?
When to consider franchising. Understanding systems and how to apply
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How to Start and Manage your Spa Business

December 5, 2017, 9:00am - December 5, 2017, 2:00am

COURSE OBJECTIVE At the end of this short course, one would be able to: 1. Be knowledgeable in the basics of starting one’s own spa business. 2. Understand the essential parts and characteristics of a spa business. 3. Identify and apply which marketing strategies are best to use. 4. Learn how to create a business system and apply it in the operations. 5. Develop the necessary skills in choosing your personnel and develop a winning team. COURSE OVERVIEW A lot of people seem to be in the lookout for a reliable and relaxing spa to escape to after a long day’s work or a stress-filled week. These days, the salon and spa industry is proving to be booming business for a lot of people whether expanding their line of services or venturing as a start-up entrepreneur. The question now is not if it is catering to a billion dollar market, because it is. The question now is, with almost every other corner, a salon or spa is popping up like mushrooms, what can one offer that can attract customers and clients, and keep them coming back? In this training course, participants will learn the ins and outs of having their own spa business, as well as identify which services and products to offer and use. We will also cover important aspects of the spa business such as choosing the location, designing the price range, hiring the right personnel and planning your business capital. COURSE OUTLINE I. Unleashing the entrepreneur inside of you. Understanding the 3 levels of entrepreneur. The shifting process of an employee to being the boss. II. Listening to what the market wants and need. It is never about what you want but what your market wants. Introducing a need. Who are your competitors? III. Services you offer and products you use. Are your products and services top of the line or is it the same as everyone else? IV. Capital, Operations, Pricing and Personnel. The nitty-gritty of starting, running and managing your spa business. Maximizing resources. V. Where are you? Locations. Location. Location. Do you want to go virtual? VI. How will they know? Your marketing strategy at its best. Why word of mouth matters. Who is your market? VII. Franchisee or Franchisor? When to consider franchising. Understanding systems and how to apply

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COURSE OBJECTIVE
At the end of this short course, one would be able to:
1. Be knowledgeable in the basics of starting one’s own spa business.
2. Understand the essential parts and characteristics of a spa business.
3. Identify and apply which marketing strategies are best to use.
4. Learn how to create a business system and apply it in the operations.
5. Develop the necessary skills in choosing your personnel and develop a winning team.
COURSE OVERVIEW

A lot of people seem to be in the lookout for a reliable and relaxing spa to escape to after a long day’s work or a stress-filled week. These days, the salon and spa industry is proving to be booming business for a lot of people whether expanding their line of services or venturing as a start-up entrepreneur. The question now is not if it is catering to a billion dollar market, because it is. The question now is, with almost every other corner, a salon or spa is popping up like mushrooms, what can one offer that can attract customers and clients, and keep them coming back?

In this training course, participants will learn the ins and outs of having their own spa business, as well as identify which services and products to offer and use. We will also cover important aspects of the spa business such as choosing the location, designing the price range, hiring the right personnel and planning your business capital.

COURSE OUTLINE

I. Unleashing the entrepreneur inside of you.
Understanding the 3 levels of entrepreneur. The shifting process of an employee to being the boss.
II. Listening to what the market wants and need.
It is never about what you want but what your market wants. Introducing a need. Who are your competitors?
III. Services you offer and products you use.
Are your products and services top of the line or is it the same as everyone else?
IV. Capital, Operations, Pricing and Personnel.
The nitty-gritty of starting, running and managing your spa business. Maximizing resources.
V. Where are you?
Locations. Location. Location. Do you want to go virtual?
VI. How will they know?
Your marketing strategy at its best. Why word of mouth matters. Who is your market?
VII. Franchisee or Franchisor?
When to consider franchising. Understanding systems and how to apply
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How to Start and Manage your Spa Business

December 5, 2017, 9:00am - December 5, 2017, 2:00am

COURSE OBJECTIVE At the end of this short course, one would be able to: 1. Be knowledgeable in the basics of starting one’s own spa business. 2. Understand the essential parts and characteristics of a spa business. 3. Identify and apply which marketing strategies are best to use. 4. Learn how to create a business system and apply it in the operations. 5. Develop the necessary skills in choosing your personnel and develop a winning team. COURSE OVERVIEW A lot of people seem to be in the lookout for a reliable and relaxing spa to escape to after a long day’s work or a stress-filled week. These days, the salon and spa industry is proving to be booming business for a lot of people whether expanding their line of services or venturing as a start-up entrepreneur. The question now is not if it is catering to a billion dollar market, because it is. The question now is, with almost every other corner, a salon or spa is popping up like mushrooms, what can one offer that can attract customers and clients, and keep them coming back? In this training course, participants will learn the ins and outs of having their own spa business, as well as identify which services and products to offer and use. We will also cover important aspects of the spa business such as choosing the location, designing the price range, hiring the right personnel and planning your business capital. COURSE OUTLINE I. Unleashing the entrepreneur inside of you. Understanding the 3 levels of entrepreneur. The shifting process of an employee to being the boss. II. Listening to what the market wants and need. It is never about what you want but what your market wants. Introducing a need. Who are your competitors? III. Services you offer and products you use. Are your products and services top of the line or is it the same as everyone else? IV. Capital, Operations, Pricing and Personnel. The nitty-gritty of starting, running and managing your spa business. Maximizing resources. V. Where are you? Locations. Location. Location. Do you want to go virtual? VI. How will they know? Your marketing strategy at its best. Why word of mouth matters. Who is your market? VII. Franchisee or Franchisor? When to consider franchising. Understanding systems and how to apply

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Overview: This module focuses on the master tips in preparing a cover letter and resume as well as preparing for job a job interview. After completing this module, the participants will have an edge over other applicants; hence, increasing the likelihood of getting hired.

This seminar is for graduating students who are launching their careers applying for their first job, but it goes further, addressing timeless methods and techniques that will help professionals throughout their careers. With the job market more competitive than ever, learn techniques that will EMPOWER you to not only compete but also to win and reach your goals.
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Pre-Employment Strategies

December 9, 2017, 9:00am - December 9, 2017, 2:00am

Overview: This module focuses on the master tips in preparing a cover letter and resume as well as preparing for job a job interview. After completing this module, the participants will have an edge over other applicants; hence, increasing the likelihood of getting hired. This seminar is for graduating students who are launching their careers applying for their first job, but it goes further, addressing timeless methods and techniques that will help professionals throughout their careers. With the job market more competitive than ever, learn techniques that will EMPOWER you to not only compete but also to win and reach your goals.

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OVERVIEW
For many people, communication is a "natural" process which shouldn't be difficult. However, the truth is
that we unconsciously model our communicating style on different level of people as we grow up, and unless
those people were excellent communicators, we can usually improve on our communicating behavior.
This self-growth and development training course is designed to empower the participants to build their self-confidence and to understand the difference between assertive and/or aggressive behavior – to improve
positive communication and strengthen interpersonal relationships with colleagues and customers in an
assertive and non-threatening manner. It further explores the power of effective negotiation which is a basic
human activity and which needs to be re-developed to meet the demands in today’s dynamic business
environment.
This training course is also designed to deliver vital negotiation skills, tips and techniques to delegates who
need new and different methods to improve and enhance their overall results when negotiating.
MODULE GOALS UPON COMPLETION
• To develop and apply negotiation skills and techniques to a range of situations
• To learn practical and relevant skills to behave assertively
• To increase confidence and abilities to influence people positively
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• Senior Managers who would like a refresher and to develop their confidence, influence and negotiation
skills
• Directors, Managers and Supervisors who would like practical and relevant techniques
• Those involved in negotiations, resolving conflicts and dealing with confrontation
• Team Leaders and team members
• Technical and academic team members
• Customer service and credit control staff
• Project Managers
• Operations Managers
COURSE OUTLINE:
I. Understanding Assertiveness
II. Key Principles
III. 3C’s
IV. Passive, Aggressive and Assertive
V. Why is Assertiveness Important?
VI. Techniques
VII. Cases
VIII. Ww, dd, ns application
IX. The Art of Negotiation
X. Negotiation Strategies to Avoid
XI. Different Negotiation Styles
XII. Body Language & Tone of Voice
XIII. How to handle difficult questions
XIV. Learning
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Negotiation and Assertiveness Training

December 1, 2017, 9:00am - December 1, 2017, 2:00am

OVERVIEW For many people, communication is a "natural" process which shouldn't be difficult. However, the truth is that we unconsciously model our communicating style on different level of people as we grow up, and unless those people were excellent communicators, we can usually improve on our communicating behavior. This self-growth and development training course is designed to empower the participants to build their self-confidence and to understand the difference between assertive and/or aggressive behavior – to improve positive communication and strengthen interpersonal relationships with colleagues and customers in an assertive and non-threatening manner. It further explores the power of effective negotiation which is a basic human activity and which needs to be re-developed to meet the demands in today’s dynamic business environment. This training course is also designed to deliver vital negotiation skills, tips and techniques to delegates who need new and different methods to improve and enhance their overall results when negotiating. MODULE GOALS UPON COMPLETION • To develop and apply negotiation skills and techniques to a range of situations • To learn practical and relevant skills to behave assertively • To increase confidence and abilities to influence people positively WHO SHOULD ATTEND • Senior Managers who would like a refresher and to develop their confidence, influence and negotiation skills • Directors, Managers and Supervisors who would like practical and relevant techniques • Those involved in negotiations, resolving conflicts and dealing with confrontation • Team Leaders and team members • Technical and academic team members • Customer service and credit control staff • Project Managers • Operations Managers COURSE OUTLINE: I. Understanding Assertiveness II. Key Principles III. 3C’s IV. Passive, Aggressive and Assertive V. Why is Assertiveness Important? VI. Techniques VII. Cases VIII. Ww, dd, ns application IX. The Art of Negotiation X. Negotiation Strategies to Avoid XI. Different Negotiation Styles XII. Body Language & Tone of Voice XIII. How to handle difficult questions XIV. Learning

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OVERVIEW OF THE TOPIC AND ITS RELEVANCE TO THE TARGET PARTICIPANTS
Whether manufacturing or service-oriented businesses, both can benefit on effective forecasting and planning. Finding the optimal inventory level of supplies whether manpower, tangible goods is essential for a business to ensure that money is utilized effectively.
MODULES OBJECTIVE UPON COMPLETION
Upon completion of the module the participants will be able to:
a. Know the concept of Supply Chain
b. Forecast the optimum supply of both tangible and intangible goods
c. Measure the performance of the Supply Chain
COURSE OUTLINE
Module 1 – Overview of the Supply Chain
Module 2 – Forecasting, Demand, Planning and Scheduling
 Types of Forecasting
 Queuing
 Scheduling
Module 3 – Procurement and Sourcing Strategies
Module 4 – Inventory Management
Module 5 – Warehousing
Module 6 – Logistics
Module 7 – Measuring an Managing the Performance of the Supply Chain
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Effective Forecasting & Planning for Distribution (SCM)

December 1, 2017, 9:00am - December 1, 2017, 2:00am

OVERVIEW OF THE TOPIC AND ITS RELEVANCE TO THE TARGET PARTICIPANTS Whether manufacturing or service-oriented businesses, both can benefit on effective forecasting and planning. Finding the optimal inventory level of supplies whether manpower, tangible goods is essential for a business to ensure that money is utilized effectively. MODULES OBJECTIVE UPON COMPLETION Upon completion of the module the participants will be able to: a. Know the concept of Supply Chain b. Forecast the optimum supply of both tangible and intangible goods c. Measure the performance of the Supply Chain COURSE OUTLINE Module 1 – Overview of the Supply Chain Module 2 – Forecasting, Demand, Planning and Scheduling  Types of Forecasting  Queuing  Scheduling Module 3 – Procurement and Sourcing Strategies Module 4 – Inventory Management Module 5 – Warehousing Module 6 – Logistics Module 7 – Measuring an Managing the Performance of the Supply Chain

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OVERVIEW
5S and effective records management tools that companies and individual person can apply that will
definitely contribute in productivity. People who practice 5S and apply effective record management
will be able to enjoy greater safety, reduction on cost, and greater efficiency in records retrieval and
disposal.
OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of the module the participants will be able to:
• Know the 5S concept
• Adopt the 5S concept in the their company and personal life
• Identify and Index Record
• Know the retention and disposition schedule of records
COURSE OUTLINE:
Module 1 – Introduction to 5S of Good Housekeeping
Module 2 – 5S
• Seiri or Sort
• Seiton or Systematize
• Seiso or Sweep
• Seiketsu or Sanitize
• Shitsuke or Self Discipline
• Module 3 – Implementing 5S
Module 4 – Forms Management
• Form Design
• Form Coding
• Form Maintenance
Module 5 – Record Management
• Identification of Records
• Indexing Techniques
• Retention of Records
• Disposition of Records
• Archiving of Records
• Creating a Records Management Manual
• Statutory Requirement
• Handling of Electronic Document
• Record Management Issues and Trends
Module 6 – Record Management Issues and Trends
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5S of Good and Effective Records Management

December 15, 2017, 9:00am - December 15, 2017, 2:00am

OVERVIEW 5S and effective records management tools that companies and individual person can apply that will definitely contribute in productivity. People who practice 5S and apply effective record management will be able to enjoy greater safety, reduction on cost, and greater efficiency in records retrieval and disposal. OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the module the participants will be able to: • Know the 5S concept • Adopt the 5S concept in the their company and personal life • Identify and Index Record • Know the retention and disposition schedule of records COURSE OUTLINE: Module 1 – Introduction to 5S of Good Housekeeping Module 2 – 5S • Seiri or Sort • Seiton or Systematize • Seiso or Sweep • Seiketsu or Sanitize • Shitsuke or Self Discipline • Module 3 – Implementing 5S Module 4 – Forms Management • Form Design • Form Coding • Form Maintenance Module 5 – Record Management • Identification of Records • Indexing Techniques • Retention of Records • Disposition of Records • Archiving of Records • Creating a Records Management Manual • Statutory Requirement • Handling of Electronic Document • Record Management Issues and Trends Module 6 – Record Management Issues and Trends

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Overview& Introduction of the topic
World Markets have become increasingly globalised. To a large extent, this reflects the fact that all countries are adjusting to strong liberalization pressures derived from international trade policies which have a common objective to open up new trading opportunities and integrate countries into global economy. The Seminar you are about to delve into looks at issues relating to Logistics and Supply Chain Management. Provides a general explanation of the impact of logistics, which will help the participant to understand some issues involved when applying logistics system. Relates the logistical functions such as purchasing, manufacturing, physical distribution and marketing management with logistical channel.
Objectives upon completion of this module:
• Define the term logistics and its role
• State activities relating to and associated with Supply Chain Management
• Logistics Strategy and impact to global competitiveness
• Apply best practice to Improve competitiveness
KEY TOPICS
Module 1 –Related Issues to Logistics
• Logistics by definition
• 5 Rights of Logistics
• Logistics Strategy of Enterprises
• Impact on competitive advantage
• Cost associated with the physical transfer of goods
• Transit time
• Safety of goods
Module 2 – Logistics Concepts and Supply Chain Management
• Definition of Supply Chain Management
• Activities associated with Logistics Management
• Supply Chain Management:Basic,Evolution,Ultimate
• Shippers Perspective on Transport & Logistics
Module 3 –Functions of Logistics
• Purchasing, Models and Techniques
• Application of Just In Time Practices
• Decision to Produce or Purchase
• Marketing, Trade or Transaction Channel
• Determining Choice of Transport
• Logistics Marketing & Service Quality
Module 4– Global Trends in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
• Re-examination of Logistics Concepts
• Demand for improvement
• Developments made on the side of logistics&scm
• Dealing with Logistics service providers
Module 5– Evolving Role of Freight Forwarder
• Functions of a Modern Freight Forwarder
• Defining forwarders as principal or agent?
Module 6- Transportation Documents
• Bill of Lading & Contents
• MBL & HBL
• Negotiable and Non Negotiable
• Other Transport Documents
Module 7-Carriers Liability in relation to goods
• Liability of Freight forwarders
• Common Factors that leads to Liabilities
Module 8- Multimodal Transport
• Definition of Multi Modal Transport
• Advantages of Multi modal Transport
• Different Forms of Multi Modal Transport
Module 9- Cargo & Packaging
• Commodity to Cargo
• Methods of Cargo Packaging
• Handling & Preparation
• Loading & Unloading
• Documents and Packaging
Module 10- Cargo handling equipments
• Equipments for Cargo Handling
• Vessel Handling Equipments
Module 11- Alternative Transport Solutions
• Types of MTos
• Relations with Intervening parties
• Scope of Mtos
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Logistics beyond Transportation (Advanced Logistics Management)

December 9, 2017, 9:00am - December 9, 2017, 2:00am

Overview& Introduction of the topic World Markets have become increasingly globalised. To a large extent, this reflects the fact that all countries are adjusting to strong liberalization pressures derived from international trade policies which have a common objective to open up new trading opportunities and integrate countries into global economy. The Seminar you are about to delve into looks at issues relating to Logistics and Supply Chain Management. Provides a general explanation of the impact of logistics, which will help the participant to understand some issues involved when applying logistics system. Relates the logistical functions such as purchasing, manufacturing, physical distribution and marketing management with logistical channel. Objectives upon completion of this module: • Define the term logistics and its role • State activities relating to and associated with Supply Chain Management • Logistics Strategy and impact to global competitiveness • Apply best practice to Improve competitiveness KEY TOPICS Module 1 –Related Issues to Logistics • Logistics by definition • 5 Rights of Logistics • Logistics Strategy of Enterprises • Impact on competitive advantage • Cost associated with the physical transfer of goods • Transit time • Safety of goods Module 2 – Logistics Concepts and Supply Chain Management • Definition of Supply Chain Management • Activities associated with Logistics Management • Supply Chain Management:Basic,Evolution,Ultimate • Shippers Perspective on Transport & Logistics Module 3 –Functions of Logistics • Purchasing, Models and Techniques • Application of Just In Time Practices • Decision to Produce or Purchase • Marketing, Trade or Transaction Channel • Determining Choice of Transport • Logistics Marketing & Service Quality Module 4– Global Trends in Logistics and Supply Chain Management • Re-examination of Logistics Concepts • Demand for improvement • Developments made on the side of logistics&scm • Dealing with Logistics service providers Module 5– Evolving Role of Freight Forwarder • Functions of a Modern Freight Forwarder • Defining forwarders as principal or agent? Module 6- Transportation Documents • Bill of Lading & Contents • MBL & HBL • Negotiable and Non Negotiable • Other Transport Documents Module 7-Carriers Liability in relation to goods • Liability of Freight forwarders • Common Factors that leads to Liabilities Module 8- Multimodal Transport • Definition of Multi Modal Transport • Advantages of Multi modal Transport • Different Forms of Multi Modal Transport Module 9- Cargo & Packaging • Commodity to Cargo • Methods of Cargo Packaging • Handling & Preparation • Loading & Unloading • Documents and Packaging Module 10- Cargo handling equipments • Equipments for Cargo Handling • Vessel Handling Equipments Module 11- Alternative Transport Solutions • Types of MTos • Relations with Intervening parties • Scope of Mtos

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OVERVIEW
The growth of international trade of a country (exports and imports) results in opportunities for the
growth and expansion of international transport. On the other hand, international transport services
are necessary to facilitate growth in trade. Efficient, reliable, competitive transport services are thus
critical for exporters and importers who wish to expand their trade.
In this module, you will be provided with an overview of the linkage between trade and transport.
You will learn how a country can “gain” resulting from trade, currency exchange and the different
types of contracts relating to international transactions.
MODULE GOALS UPON COMPLETION
• Identify connection between international transportation and trading.
• State the meaning of “gain” from international trade among participating countries.
• State some barriers from the practice of free trade.
• Appreciation of currency exchange and implication to trade
• Identify types of contracts relating to international sale transactions
• Understand the roles and obligations for international transactions
• Learn and understand the deal of Freight Forwarders with Shipping Lines
• Identify the functions of a Modern Freight Forwarder
• How to win clients thru submission of a Formal competitive quotations
COURSE OUTLINE
Module 1 –Linking Trade & Transport
• Trade & transport connections
• Trade Gains
• Barriers of Free Trade
• Methods of Payments
• International Sale Transactions
Module 2 – International Credit Transactions
• International contracts of sale
• Modes of Payments for International Transactions
• Documentary credit and its advantages& procedures
• Role for Freight Forwarders
Module 3 –International Commercial Shipping Terms
• Definition of Incoterms
• Roles and Obligations of Buyers and Sellers
• Shipping terms and Insurance
Module 4– Shipping Arrangements
• Shipping/Carrier service/Conference Line
• Freight Forwarders deal with Conference Liners
• Determining Choice of service
Module 5- International Shipping Documentations
• Bill of Lading & Contents
• MBL & HBL
• Negotiable and Non Negotiable
• Other Transport Documents
Module 6- Forwarders /Carriers Liability in relation to goods
• Liability of Freight forwarders
• Common Factors that leads to Liabilities
• Other Modes of Transport
Module 7– Other Role of Freight Forwarder
• Functions of a Modern Freight Forwarder
• Defining forwarders as principal or agent?
Module 8-Process of Cargo Consolidation
• Consolidation Defined
• Freight Forwarder as a Consolidator
• Advantages of Consolidations
Module 9: Multimodal Transport
• Definition,Advantages & Forms
Module 10: Process of Cargo & Packaging
• Commodity to Cargo
• Methods of Cargo Packaging
• Handling & Preparation
• Loading & Unloading
• Documents and Packaging
Module 11: Cargo handling equipments
• Port Equipments
• Vessel Handling Equipments
Module 12: How to win over clients thru your proposals
• Shipping Line Charges for FCL and LCL Cargos
• Job Costing
• Meeting Customers Wants
• Payments
Module 13: Alternative Transport Solutions
• Types of Mtos
• Relations with Intervening parties
• Scope of Mtos
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International Freight Forwarding:Shipping & Trade Practices

December 16, 2017, 9:00am - December 16, 2017, 2:00am

OVERVIEW The growth of international trade of a country (exports and imports) results in opportunities for the growth and expansion of international transport. On the other hand, international transport services are necessary to facilitate growth in trade. Efficient, reliable, competitive transport services are thus critical for exporters and importers who wish to expand their trade. In this module, you will be provided with an overview of the linkage between trade and transport. You will learn how a country can “gain” resulting from trade, currency exchange and the different types of contracts relating to international transactions. MODULE GOALS UPON COMPLETION • Identify connection between international transportation and trading. • State the meaning of “gain” from international trade among participating countries. • State some barriers from the practice of free trade. • Appreciation of currency exchange and implication to trade • Identify types of contracts relating to international sale transactions • Understand the roles and obligations for international transactions • Learn and understand the deal of Freight Forwarders with Shipping Lines • Identify the functions of a Modern Freight Forwarder • How to win clients thru submission of a Formal competitive quotations COURSE OUTLINE Module 1 –Linking Trade & Transport • Trade & transport connections • Trade Gains • Barriers of Free Trade • Methods of Payments • International Sale Transactions Module 2 – International Credit Transactions • International contracts of sale • Modes of Payments for International Transactions • Documentary credit and its advantages& procedures • Role for Freight Forwarders Module 3 –International Commercial Shipping Terms • Definition of Incoterms • Roles and Obligations of Buyers and Sellers • Shipping terms and Insurance Module 4– Shipping Arrangements • Shipping/Carrier service/Conference Line • Freight Forwarders deal with Conference Liners • Determining Choice of service Module 5- International Shipping Documentations • Bill of Lading & Contents • MBL & HBL • Negotiable and Non Negotiable • Other Transport Documents Module 6- Forwarders /Carriers Liability in relation to goods • Liability of Freight forwarders • Common Factors that leads to Liabilities • Other Modes of Transport Module 7– Other Role of Freight Forwarder • Functions of a Modern Freight Forwarder • Defining forwarders as principal or agent? Module 8-Process of Cargo Consolidation • Consolidation Defined • Freight Forwarder as a Consolidator • Advantages of Consolidations Module 9: Multimodal Transport • Definition,Advantages & Forms Module 10: Process of Cargo & Packaging • Commodity to Cargo • Methods of Cargo Packaging • Handling & Preparation • Loading & Unloading • Documents and Packaging Module 11: Cargo handling equipments • Port Equipments • Vessel Handling Equipments Module 12: How to win over clients thru your proposals • Shipping Line Charges for FCL and LCL Cargos • Job Costing • Meeting Customers Wants • Payments Module 13: Alternative Transport Solutions • Types of Mtos • Relations with Intervening parties • Scope of Mtos

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