Train the trainer
Staying on top of today's fast-changing import/export regulations and documentation requirements can be challenge enough. But what if you're suddenly asked to develop a program to ensure that everyone in your organization is up to speed? To help compliance managers develop the skills they need, the World Academy offers a "Train the Trainer: Import- Export Operations & Compliance Management" course.
According to the academy, attendees will learn how to structure internal import/export compliance strategies, use Web-based compliance technologies, and manage service providers. The course will also cover current events in the compliance and security field, and the development and implementation of standard operating procedures.
The next course takes place Dec. 3–7 in Atlanta. For more information, visit www.theworldacademy.com/trainthetrainer.htm.
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