Business SA presents FTA training
Australia’s free trade agreements (FTAs) with China, Japan and Korea are worth over $A250 billion but less than 20% of local businesses are utilising them.
Business SA is presenting training sessions over the next 6 months to help local businesses understand how to gain price competitiveness through tariff savings.
Adelaide: 24 October 2016 and 20 February 2017 1.30pm-4.30pm
Renmark: 9 November 2016 9am-12 noon
Mt Gambier: 15 November 2016 9.30am-12.30pm
Port Lincoln: 22 March 2017 1.30pm-4.30pm
What will you learn?
Business SA’s FTA training sessions are developed and delivered by industry experts with extensive exporting experience in China, Japan and Korea. They will cover:
– Tariff classification and preferential tariff schedules
– Rules of origin – types and common issues
– Certificates of Origin and Declaration of Origin
– Documents required to access preferential treatment
– Consignment rules – how shipment affects eligibility
– Legal obligations
– Export logistics
– Export finance and insurance
– Case Studies from various industries
– Practical exercises & examples for a more hands-on experience
Who should attend?
– Small to medium-sized (SME) business owners and directors
– Export managers, supervisors, coordinators and officers
– Export specialists/consultants
– International sales and marketing specialists
– Logistics, procurement and purchasing specialists
Cost: $95 + GST pp
This activity received funding from Australian government as part of the Free Trade Agreement Training Provider Grant Program.
Full cost of the training course is $209 incl. GST. 50% of the cost has been subsidised by the Australian Government through the Free Trade Agreement Training Provider Grant Program.
For more information, please call (08)8300 0083 or email firstname.lastname@example.org