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Princeton-Lawrenceville, NJ
January 26-29, 2017

This course provides four full days of interactive learning followed by another eight weeks of quizzes and exercises to fully prepare you for the Customs Broker Exam. The 4-day workshop is specifically designed to prepare a candidate for taking the Customs Broke License Exam offered the first Monday in April and October by CBP.

Chicago, IL
February 2-5, 2017

This course provides four full days of interactive learning followed by another eight weeks of quizzes and exercises to fully prepare you for the Customs Broker Exam. The 4-day workshop is specifically designed to prepare a candidate for taking the Customs Broke License Exam offered the first Monday in April and October by CBP.

Houston, TX
February 2-5, 2017

This course provides four full days of interactive learning followed by another eight weeks of quizzes and exercises to fully prepare you for the Customs Broker Exam. The 4-day workshop is specifically designed to prepare a candidate for taking the Customs Broke License Exam offered the first Monday in April and October by CBP.

Tysons Corner, VA
February 8-9, 2017

Are you missing out on sales to current and developing markets? Qualifying your goods as Made in America can create opportunities to increase market share. This 2-day course will provide attendees with everything they need to qualify their goods for multiple government programs.

Miami, FL
February 13-17, 2017

Requiring accuracy in HS classification globally is a necessity, yet one of the most difficult tasks corporations face today. This 5-day program offers a proven methodology to address this global challenge. Individuals holding a CCLS™ designation will be capable of defending their classifications and creating and deploying a global process for their enterprise.

Tysons Corner, VA
February 21-23, 2017

The Export Controls Specialist™ (EXCS™) certification provides the highest professional standards when it comes to the knowledge associated with the regulatory environment of the United States export controls. Graduates of our program will have an in-depth understanding of both Department of Commerce (EAR) and State Department’s (ITAR) export regulations.

Chicago, IL
March 7, 2017

This seminar will provide an overview on the classification of Parts with the HTSUS. It will include an emphasis on the General Rules of Interpretation from the Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS). In addition, we will discuss parts as articles as described under the HTS.

Chicago, IL
March 8-10, 2017

This 3-day workshop addresses the issues facing machinery and parts importers and exporters. Focusing on the General Rules of Interpretation and using a unique methodology for defending your answers globally, participants will learn how to present and defend their HTS classification process with Suppliers, Related Parties and Customs Officials.

Los Angeles, CA
March 21-23, 2017

Millions of dollars of refunds are available from the government to firms who both import and export, but the majority go unclaimed. The DBS™ is a unique certification, led by experienced subject matter experts, will train you on the types of drawback available, how to file for expedited refund capabilities and which documents are needed to support a successful refund.

Tysons Corner, VA
April 3-7, 2017

Requiring accuracy in HS classification globally is a necessity, yet one of the most difficult tasks corporations face today. The Certified Classification Specialist™ program has been developed to address this challenge and offer companies the opportunity to train multiple key personnel together to ensure a systematic approach is taken to properly classify all product lines.