Programme Curriculum

30 hours (4 Weeks)


₹ 2,500/-

Learning Outcome

After completion of this course, participants are expected to be able to:

  1. Analyze international markets and identify trade opportunities based on market research and analysis.
  2. Understand and comply with import and export regulations and documentation requirements.
  3. Utilize trade finance tools and techniques to manage financial transactions in foreign trades.
  4. Navigate logistics and supply chain management processes in international trade.
  5. Evaluate and manage risks associated with international trade, such as currency exchange risk and political risk.

Target Learners

The certificate course in foreign Trades requires a minimum educational qualification, such as a high school diploma or equivalent or graduation /postgraduation will be entertained.

Course Overview

This Micro Course in Foreign Trades is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of international trade concepts, practices, and regulations. The course aims to equip individuals with the necessary skills to effectively engage in import and export activities, navigate global markets, and comply with international trade laws. Throughout the course, participants will learn about the fundamentals of international trade, including market analysis, trade finance, logistics, and documentation.

Foreign Trades

  1. Basics of international trade and its significance in the global economy
  2. Trade theories and models
  3. Market analysis and identification of export/import opportunities

  1. International trade laws, agreements, and organizations
  2. Customs procedures and documentation requirements
  3. Tariffs, quotas, and trade barriers

  1. Payment methods in international trade (letters of credit, documentary collections, etc.)
  2. Trade finance instruments (bank guarantees, export credit, etc.)
  3. Trade financing strategies and risk mitigation

  1. Cultural aspects and cross-cultural communication in international business
  2. Negotiation strategies and techniques
  3. Resolving disputes in international trade

Learners will learn from articles, case studies, PPTs, eLearning material, videos, practical activities, assignments, webinars as well as discussions with fellow learners and mentors.

Certificate of Completion will be awarded to those who obtain a minimum score of 50% in all quizzes.