All Import-export-training Posts

Import Export Training: 7 Things to Know Before You Enrol

Apr 30, 2021 10:41:29 AM

Moving goods and services across international borders generates billions of dollars and offers a wide range of interesting job opportunities.

Hoping to work in the import/export industry? Your first step is to get some quality training.

But before you jump into a program, you need to be clear about a few basic points.

For starters, you should know what the training covers, what's required to enrol, and whether the program prepares you for international trade certification.

You should also know what jobs the training can lead to and how much those jobs pay.

By the end of this post, you'll understand all of that and more.

Have a look at 7 key things you need to know before starting import/export training.

What's it Really Like to Take Import/Export Training at Herzing?

Feb 25, 2020 11:43:24 AM

Import/Export Instructor Karla Perez at Herzing College Montreal. 

(Updated April 2021)

Quebec is an excellent place to start a career in international trade. There is good demand for entry-level jobs like customs official and import/export clerk, and strong growth potential for import/export merchants.

Thinking of starting your own import/export business? Interested in entering the industry?

Your first step is to look into quality import/export training. Professionals in this field need a solid foundation in import/export laws, regulations, marketing, and business strategy.

This week we interviewed Herzing's own International Commerce & Import/Export instructor, Karla Perez, to get a better understanding of how training works.

We talked about what to expect in class, entry-level job options, certification, and what it takes to succeed in this field.

Read on to meet the teacher, learn about the program, and find out if import/export training is right for you.

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