With the start of a new year and a new season, we thought we would highlight some of the lesser known facts about our trade compliance education program.
#1 - You Can Earn Maintenance Credits For Your Professional Designations
Taking any of Pacific Customs Brokers' seminars and webinars could earn you maintenance points, credits and hours towards your professional designations. Whether you are a Canadian or U.S. Certified Customs Specialist (CCS), a Certified Trade Compliance Specialist (CTCS), a Certified Export Specialist (CES), a designate with the Law Society of British Columbia or accounting professional, you can get a jump start on your maintenance requirements for the year with us.
If your industry association or governing body is not listed above, enquire with our team at firstname.lastname@example.org or toll free at 888.538.1566 to learn if attending a course could count towards your professional development credits.
#2 - We Travel In And Around The Greater Vancouver Area
After heading west in previous seasons to Downtown Vancouver and Burnaby, this spring Pacific Customs Brokers is taking its seminars east to Abbotsford and Kelowna, British Columbia. Keep your eyes peeled for event dates and details in the coming weeks by visiting our learning center.
#3 - We Can Tailor Any Course To Your Individual Needs
There is no one-size-fits-all solution for today's importer and exporter. For this reason we often find ourselves developing courses tailored to the individual needs of our extremely diverse clientele. Our experts break down complex trade topics into simple and applicable concepts.
For details on the successful tailored seminars and webinars we have delivered, visit the Customized Training Sessions section of our website.
#4 - You Can Invite Our Trade Compliance Experts To Speak At Your Next Event
Pacific Customs Brokers' Trade Advisors enjoy sharing their expertise at live presentations. Each expert, with over 30 years of knowledge in international trade, can speak from real-life experiences on a variety of trade issues. From keynote presentations to breakout sessions, our Trade Advisors are frequently approached to speak at locations throughout Canada and the United States.
To see a complete list of seminars and webinars this spring, visit our learning center.
We hope you'll join us for a session this season and encourage you to share this with colleagues and business partners who might find it useful.