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This training is designed for airlines and freight forwarder staff intending to adopt e-AWB at countries where MP4 or MC99 has been signed and local customs has e-Customs modernization program in place as well as another stakeholders - Shippers, Export & Import customs, Ground handling agents (GHA) and Customs agents/brokers
Upon completing this course you will have the skills to:
- Acquire necessary knowledge of implementation of e-AWB, core concepts and terminology.
- Use the technology supporting e-AWB and understand how Standardized messages facilitate communication between the shipper/freight forwarder, carrier and other interested parties.
- Understand the necessary steps that carriers and shippers/freight forwarders are required to follow in order to successfully adopt e-AWB.
- Faciliate the steps for implementing e-AWB and ensure that access to resources that will help your organizationare in this are available.
- Definition of "e-AWB", describtion of the importance of e-AWB to the Cargo Industry and link between e-freight and e-AWB
- Identification of the electronic cargo messages for e-AWB and their specific functions
- Functional specifications for the e-AWB and the steps required to create an e-AWB agreement
- The process of implementing e-AWB for airlines and freight forwarders
This course is recommended for:
- Freight forwarders
- Ground handling agents (GHA)
- Customs agents/brokers
All candidates will be given three attempts to successfully complete the exam at the end of the course. An IATA Certificate of Completion is awarded to participants obtaining a grade of 80% or higher.
Graduates of this course can apply for the Harvard ManageMentor (HMM) distance learning program at a special graduate price.
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