This course will provide you with a comprehensive explanation of how to make a NAFTA qualification determination by using the NAFTA Rules of Origin and applying the Customs concepts of classification, valuation and country of origin. You will also learn how to prepare the NAFTA Certificate of Origin. Real-world examples will make the concepts come to life. In addition, you will receive an overview of NAFTA Verifications, discuss preparation of letters in response to NAFTA solicitations from your customers and learn about basic NAFTA enforcement.
This course is recommended for any professional or student who is or wants to get involved in North American trade. It is especially useful for Export Managers, Import Managers, Compliance Managers, Legal and Regulatory Managers, or anyone involved with international shipments. The course will provide a good foundation for anyone who has been asked, either by their employer or a customer to fill out a NAFTA Certificate of Origin.
Ivan Koves, Holland & Hart
Ivan has more than 30 years of experience, he practices in import and export regulatory matters and develops and implements trade compliance policies, procedures, and training. He counsels clients in many international trade areas, including the export regimes of the U.S. (EAR, ITAR, OFAC), Canada, and Mexico; and the Supply Chain Security programs of the U.S., Canada, Singapore, and the E.U.
Greg Steele, CoorsTek
Greg has more than17 years of import & export compliance experience in high-tech manufacturing. Areas of expertise include;developing and implementing trade compliance processes, manuals, and audits,export jurisdiction determination,export licensing (ITAR, Commerce, NRC, DOE),free Trade Agreements (NAFTA, SFTA, IFTA, UKFTA),CBP broker management.
This training counts 4 hours toward a Certificate in International Trade.