CITLS: Certified International Trade Logistics Specialist(米国公認貿易実務検定)
CITLS:Certified International Trade Logistics Specialist(米国公認貿易実務検定)
CITLSは全世界90カ国以上で認可された世界最大の国際貿易プロフェッショナル団体IIEI(International Import Export Institute)およびIAAP（International Association of Administrative Professionals)が認定する国際標準資格.
Ex Fedex Shipping Desk http://www.fedex.com/us/freight/ship-desk/forms.html
- Global Import-Export Desk Reference Handbook
- Exporting/Importing Environment Course Student Module,
- 21st Century International Logistics Course Student Module
- Designing and Managing the Supply Chain
Certified International Trade Logistics Specialist® – Knowledge Requirements:
The following topics are defined as within this body of knowledge and are reflected in the knowledge assessment requirements stated for this certification. A person holding this certification will have satisfactorily passed an examination that demonstrates a high degree of knowledge of these topics and knowledge requirements.
Industry Standard: (1) Demonstrate basic knowledge and usage of international trade principles, concepts and processes. (2) Demonstrate in-depth knowledge in the specialty area of international logistics.
Specialized International Logistics Topics Knowledge Demonstrated
Air Freight as a Mode of Shipment To possess a working knowledge of Air Bills and the practical issues surrounding Air Freight as a means of transport.
Ocean Freight Practices To gain and understanding of how ocean transportation works
Intermodal Shipments Possess a working knowledge of intermodal transportation for international freight.
Understanding Logistics Documentation To know the shipping documentation form & forms processing requirements common to all countries.
Critical Regulations Effecting International Trade To know the source of regulations relevant to shipping goods internationally.
International Distribution Logistics: Supply Chain Management Be able to interact with all elements of the international distribution environment.
Insurance Issues Surrounding International Trade To understand the insurance sources & considerations related to shipping goods internationally. Regulations affecting ocean freight liabilities. How go place a shipping claim for damage or loss.
Incoterms® and Other Logistics Terminology To posses a complete working knowledge of Incoterms® and other important international trade terminology as it relates to logistics.
Managing Intermodal Shipments Be knowledgeable about the process of using intermodal containers and shipping.
Determining Packaging and Crating requirements for International Trade. To know the packaging/crating requirements for goods shipped internationally. To understand the uses and importance of labeling
Critical Issues About Warehousing – Customs Bonded Warehouses and Free Trade Zones Posses a working knowledge of Bonded Customs Warehouses and free trade Zones. To possess a working knowledge of automation.
Logistics Monitoring & Control To understand the current state-of-the-art processes and technology available to monitor and control the international trade logistics process.
Topic Knowledge Demonstrated
International Trade Terminology To understand the terminology and usage of terminology used in the import/export of goods and services, including Incoterms® 2010
International Trade Documentation To demonstrate an understanding of the documents used in import/export and their usage. To understand the documentation needs of general goods being imported or exported.
Expansion of the firm to international markets To know how to determine if a firm should expand their effort to include import/export markets.
Analysis of product import/export potential To be capable of analyzing the import/export potential of a product or service.
International Market Research To understand the mechanics of primary market research: to be able to build a market survey instrument for import/export use. To know how to use secondary market research to make import/export decisions.
Establishing pricing for international markets To possess a basic knowledge of the principles of setting a product’s price in a foreign market.
International Finance Tools Be capable of using the various financial tools, including letters of credit and other forms of payment and credit terms, used in international trade.
International Distribution Be able to assess and utilize all elements of the international distribution environment as needed to facilitate international trade.
International Business Resources Possess basic knowledge about the various organizations and other sources available to assist individuals and organizations in their efforts to import/export goods and services.
Topic Knowledge Demonstrated
Warehousing Overview To recognize the common characteristics of warehousing systems and the needs warehouses serve.
Traditional View of Warehousing To understand the historical context from which modern warehousing emerged.
Principles of Warehousing To demonstrate an understanding of the modern principles of warehousing.
Third-Party Warehousing To know the value of third-party warehousing.
Warehousing as an Operational Element To assess how modern warehousing fits into the strategic intent of an organization.
Warehousing as a Supportive Integrated System within Supply Chain Management To demonstrate knowledge of how modern warehousing can serve as a core competency.
To analyze the factors that contribute to comparative advantage within the warehouse system.
Mechanics of Warehousing To analyze and assess the relationship and function of the various mechanical processes that comprise the modern warehouse, including:
Processes & Practices Activities
Layout and Design To be able to design and layout a warehouse based on the demand it serves.
Technology Factors: Automation and Computerization To know the role that technology factors play in supporting the modern warehousing system.
To be able to assess the technology needs of a warehouse.
To appraise the value of vendor integration.
Warehouse Utilization and Workforce Design To know how to evaluate warehouse utilization
To be able to establish warehouse performance criteria
Building an Integrated Warehousing Model To be able assess the needs and design an integrated warehousing solution concept.
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