About the Course


The NCBFAA Educational Institute (NEI)'s Import 101 is an overview of international import transactions and responsibilities of the importer and broker. This four-part course incorporates short module quizzes to help you learn the material and get you started on the road to compliant transactions whether you are the importer (BCO) or Customs Broker. Upon successful completion of this course, you will have a firm understand of the basic requirements for the importation of goods into the U.S..

 

Import 101 is completely self-paced and online, including the final exam. Unlike the NEI's Certified Customs Specialist (CCS) and Certified Export Specialist (CES) programs, Import 101 is not a certification program.
 
Who should enroll? Individuals working in the international trade and logistics industry who are involved in the ordering, purchasing, or clearance of goods being imported into the U.S. 
 
 
Benefits of Completing the Course
 
  • You will obtain knowledge of importing products and the government agencies who may regulate them
  • Gain an understanding of the documents and processes used for importing
  • Have awareness of the Code of Federal Regulations and the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States
 
 
Key Topics
This course covers many important topics relating to import basics, including: antitrust, trade agreements, rules and regulations, customs forms, entry types, and the HTSUS. Click here to view a complete course outline.
 
 
Eligibility: Anyone interested in getting a primer and overview in imports.
 
 
Cost: $300 for members and $600 for non-members.
 
Enjoy member benefits for the next year and immediate savings on your education expenses by becoming an NEI Member! 

Non-member firms can join the Association now by clicking here and submitting a completed application form with payment.
 
If your firm is not eligible for NCBFAA membership, you may still take advantage of member rates by signing up as a Professional Member. 
 
 
Continuing Education Credits:10 CCS Credits will be awarded to individuals who are active CCS designees, and 5 CES credits will be awarded to individuals who are active CES or MES designees. Please note completion of the course counts towards continuing education credits for recertification but not the designation itself. To become CCS certified you need to complete the CCS course or grandfather into the program. For more information on the CCS program, click here.
 

Ready to Enroll? Register Now!

If you believe Export 101 is the right course for you or your team, register now! No application required.
Students will be enrolled within 24 hours of receipt of payment. If a student enrolls during a weekend or holiday, they will be enrolled on the earliest following business day. 

 
 
Questions about the Import 101 Course? Please contact nei@ncbfaa.org.

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