ITCC's NASBITE exam preparation course - Spring 2022

  • March 21, 2022
  • 7:00 PM
  • May 14, 2022
  • 8:00 PM
  • Online

Registration

  • This price will be offered to the first 15 paid registrations, after what the regular price will apply.
  • Full price offered to ITCC members.
  • This class is also offered to non-ITCC members.

Registration is closed

The International Trade Club of Chicago is pleased to announce, in collaboration with Governor State University's Supply Chain Innovation Center and Business Incubator (SCICBI), a special offer for ITCC's members to take a preparation class on:


NASBITE's Certificate for Global Business Professional

CERTIFICATION

PREPARATION CLASS


COURSE DESCRIPTION

The NASBITE's Certificate for Global Business Professional (CGBP) is a national recognized professional credential specifically designed to demonstrate an individual’s competency in international business. This course is the evidence of how the training program develops skills that can enhance your company’s efforts in importing and exporting. This class is as much challenging as international business can be. Classes will be facilitated by Dwight Floyd, MBA, CGBP, Adjunct Professor at Governors State University.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

Global Business Professionals and practitioners who need to demonstrate competency in international trade and business; individuals who want to merge educational knowledge with practical, real-world application covering all aspects of international business.

 


PROGRAM BENEFITS

  • Intensive preparation to sit for CGBP exam*
  • Nation-wide recognition of NASBITE's CGBP certificate
 

*The exam is provided separately by NASBITE at a cost of $395. For more information visit NASBITE CGBP Exam.

PROGRAM DELIVERY

  • 4 two-week sessions (Global Business Management, Global Marketing, Supply Chain Management, Trade Finance)

  • Online classes with strong interactions with professor

  • 24/7 access to online content material (video recordings)

  • A practice exam week


TOPICS COVERED**

  • Evaluating global market opportunities and identifying foreign buyers
  • Developing indirect and direct foreign market entry strategies
  • Determining your international product and pricing strategies
  • Examining basic logistics options including foreign freight forwarders
  • Analyzing and understanding trade finance and payment methods
  • Preparing for the Certified Global Business Professional Exam

**Text books and exam costs not included.

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