Training for exporters and export promoters
GDP provides training in international trade and also in trade promotion.
Companies seeking to grow their export opportunities can attend three levels of training that put their employees and agents on the right track. The structured training is designed for both online learning and classroom training. Each programme is tailored to the needs of the companies involved.
Trade promotion agency (TPO) staff also receive the same level and standard of training. However, TPO staff also engage in dedicated training modules and sessions that address the best practice strategies, programmes and services in trade promotion.
The main themes of the trade and trade promotion training include the following:
- International Trade, WTO Trade policies and programmes in various world regions
- The Role of Trade Support Institutions TSI and Trade Promotion Organisations
- Working as a Foreign Economic Representative
- Building a Trade Information Service
- Advanced Export Promotion Module
- Designing a business strategy for export/trade promotion
- International Trade Relations
- International Cargo Movement
- International Marketing and Purchasing
- International Trade Finance & Payments
- International Monetary Relations
- International Trade Law
GDP Global is unique in providing accredited training in investment and trade promotion. Its partnership with The City and Guilds of London Institute ensures that standards and consistency of training meet world standards. It also provides a clearer indication to training participants of their personal development attainment, an important factor when considering applying for greater responsibility in their TPO. City & Guilds is the leading vocational education organisation in the United Kingdom. It was founded on November 11, 1878 by the City of London and 16 livery companies – to develop a national system of technical education. City & Guilds has been operating under Royal Charter (RC117), granted by Queen Victoria, since 1900.
Training to Global Standards
Exporting and International Trade is a highly technical part of the global economy. So the right level of training needs to be taken at the right time, following a structured approach. This is GDP Global’s approach, shaped by the needs of the government trade promotion organisations, following the direction of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) as well as the World Customs Organisation (WCO), The International Chamber of Commerce, UNCTAD and the International Trade Centre (ITC).
Contact us for more information and to register for training in export and trade promotion.