On-demand courses?! Yes! Gone are the days where you’re confined to our touring schedule. Learn what you want, when you want and from the comfort of your own office or home. The choice is yours!

On-demand courses offer the same valuable content as our in-class seminars, but instead of our experts presenting to us, we've sat them down and interviewed them for the information while breaking the topics down into bite-sized modules. Imagine a Netflix series, and your new favorite show is How To Import Into Canada (sounds exciting!). Within these 1-2 hour courses - aka seasons - there are about 8 modules - aka episodes - of varying duration. You can play, pause, skip, rewind, fast forward, or even re-watch any module you'd like. You can binge them all at once or tune in one by one at your own pace. You hold the remote control. 😉

Each topic is moderated by me, Adriana Zamora! I take on the role of the student asking our experts all the questions an international trader might have. From basic topics like what are everyone's roles and responsibilities to workshop elements like how to fill out a customs invoice.

Sounds good right, but just like a movie or TV series, it's hard to commit to watching something without seeing a trailer first, isn't it?

Figured as much, so we've put together our current releases in one place for you to check out before committing to a whole "season".

On-Demand Topics Now Available:

To watch a preview, learn more about the course or to register, press any of the corresponding play buttons below.

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How To Import Into Canada - Part 1
Are you responsible for your company's customs compliance into Canada? Are you in charge of completing the customs documents for your company's imports or exports? Whether you are new to this or not, if your goods enter Canada and you need an expert to take the time to answer your questions, then this series is for you. In Part 1 you learn how to avoid triggering a customs audit by creating a set of practice standards for Canada Customs compliance.
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How To Import Into Canada - Part 2
In Part 1 you learned how to avoid triggering a customs audit by creating a set of practice standards for Canada Customs compliance and in Part 2 you will learn how to put those practices to work for you with what to do and what to expect when your company is selected for a Canada Customs audit. If you are responsible for your company's customs compliance into Canada then Part 2 of this series is particularly for you.
Save 20% here for the 2-part series!
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How To Classify A Product
Do you classify your product line for your company’s or customers’ customs documentation? Do you want to better understand how your customs broker determines an HS code? If yes, then this online workshop is perfect for you. You will learn the step-by-step process of accurate HS tariff classification, composition considerations and when binding rulings are recommended. There's a common misconception that tariff classification is as simple as looking it up in the tariff (and sometimes it is!); however, without considering all the aspects that play a role in the classification of a product, you may be inaccurately classifying it and therefore underpaying duty or worse, sometimes even overpaying!
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How To Importing Into The US - Part 1
Are you in charge of completing the customs documents for your company's imports or exports? Are you responsible for your company's customs compliance into the U.S.? Whether you are new to this or not, if your goods enter the United States and you need an expert to take the time to answer your questions, then this is for you. In Part 1 you learn how to avoid triggering a customs audit by creating a set of practice standards for U.S. Customs compliance.

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How To Import Into The US - Part 2
In Part 1 you learned how to avoid triggering a customs audit by creating a set of practice standards for U.S. Customs compliance and in Part 2 you will learn how to put those practices to work for you with what to do and what to expect when your company is selected for a U.S. Customs audit. If you are responsible for your company's customs compliance into the U.S. then Part 2 of this series is particularly for you.
Save 20% here for the 2-part series!

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How To Import CFIA Regulated Goods
Are you responsible for your company's customs compliance into Canada? Are your goods regulated by the CFIA? Are you in charge of completing the customs documents for your company? Whether you are new to this or not, if your goods entering Canada are regulated by CFIA and you need an expert to take the time to answer your questions, then this course is for you.
Save 20% here for the CFIA-FDA bundle!

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How To Import FDA Regulated Goods
Are you responsible for your company's customs compliance into the U.S.? Are your goods regulated by the FDA? Are you in charge of completing the customs documents for your company? Whether you've been doing this for a while, new to this or just getting started and you need an expert to take the time to answer your questions regarding FDA regulated goods entering the U.S., then this course is for you.
Save 20% here for the FDA-CFIA bundle!

Coming Soon To On-Demand:

  • How To Import Duty Free With NAFTA
  • How To Choose The Best Incoterm
  • How To Value A Product For Customs

Is there a topic you'd like to learn about that's not listed above? Tell us and we may just add it to our library for you!

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Adriana Petty

Her career in the international trade industry began 7 years ago while she simultaneously worked her way to earning a Marketing Management Certificate from Kwantlen Polytechnic University's (KPU) School of Business in 2018. Adriana’s role has evolved to managing both the education program and external speaking engagements while working alongside the Graphic Design team. The education program focuses on teaching importers, exporters, carriers, and the like, the importance of customs compliance while getting goods across international borders efficiently, accurately and with the least amount of exposure to delays. In 2015, she joined the Marketing and Events Committee for The American Chamber of Commerce – Pacific Chapter where she volunteers her time at events from inception to take-down. In 2017, she’d grown such an affinity for Graphic Design that an education in Marketing was just not enough, and enrolled herself in British Columbia Institute of Technology's (BCIT) Graphic Design program with the goal of amalgamating the education with that of her Marketing.

While we strive for accuracy in all our communications, as the Importer of Record it is incumbent upon your company to ensure that you are aware of the requirements under the new regulations so that you maintain compliance as always.