Level 2 Supply Chain - Introduction to International Trade and Freight - Institute of Supply Chain Management
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Level 2 Supply Chain – Introduction to International Trade and Freight

10 Unit Credit Values

  • Trade: Types of Products and Market Conditions, Capital Products, Labour Products, Land Products, Local Trade, International Trade, Comparative Advantage, Trade and Tariffs
  • Freight: Modes of Transport, Road, Rail, Waterways, Air Freight, Intermodal, Preferred Method of Transport, Factors effecting Mode Choice
  • Goods Identification: Goods to be Traded, Perishable, Dangerous and Bulk goods
  • Freight Organisations: Hauliers / Trucking Companies, Non Vessel Owning Common Carriers (NVOCC), 3rd Party Logistics Providers, Supplier Information, ISO Containers
  • Trade Legislation and Regulations: Global Perspective, Customs Authorities, Customs Requirements, Consumer Contracts Regulations, Key Information Delivery, The Consumer Credit Act, Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008, Consumer Rights Act 2015
  • Trading Documentation: Customs related Documents, Licences, Sales Contract, Letter of Credit, Commercial Invoice, The Certificate of Origin (CofO), The Bill of Lading, Airway Bill, Dangerous Goods, Licenses and Permits
  • Customer Requirements: Customer Service
  • Freight Systems: The National Export System (NES), Customs Freight Simplified Procedures
  • Freight Transport Mode Legislation: Goods to be transported by Road, Vehicle Standards, Weights and Dimensions, Environmental Standards, Vehicle Regulations, Taxation of Vehicles, Sabotage, Goods to be transported by Rail, Legislation and Regulations for Goods to be transported by Sea, International Labour Regulations, Goods to be transported by Air, The CAA Aviation Authority’s Regulatory Role, Airline Permits, Aviation Security, Moving Dangerous Goods by Air
  • Freight Carriage, Insurance and Costs: INCOTERMS, Accord Temporaire Admission (ATA) Carnets, Carnets de Passage en Duane Insurance
  • Health, Safety and Security: Movement of Dangerous Goods
  • Monitoring Goods during Transportation: Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
  • Potential Risks and Problems: Distance, Transportation and communication, Risk during shipment, Import and Export restrictions, Documentation, Payment problems, Competition, Security

The above is the unit content for the Introduction to Internal Trade and Freight unit found in the Level 2 qualification. To view more units, click here and select the “Units” tab.

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