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The emergence of a global economy challenges traditional assumptions about management. International Trade Management offers techniques to manage international activities effectively and to develop a competitive advantage.
The course covers:
This FITTskills course normally follows the completion of the International Trade Research and Marketing courses and related projects.
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To RegisterContact Sandy Gordonat 902.421.1302 x 2231
Leroy Lowe is a former Aerospace Engineering Officer and Project Manager in the Canadian Airforce. He previously worked for Sparton of Canada. As Director of Business Development, he recruited and managed a diverse network of agents, distributors and strategic alliance partners in over 20 countries. Currently, he is a full-time faculty member in International Business at the Nova Scotia Community College and an active international business development specialist for Mxi Technologies Inc. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree, a diploma in engineering and Master Degrees in Adult Education (MAEd) and Business Administration (MBA). He is also a Certified International Trade Professional (CITP).
Work in recent years has taken him to numerous Pacific Rim countries as well as the United Kingdom, and the United States. Most recently, Leroy was part of the NASBITE task force that helped develop the Certified Global Business Professional (CGBP) designation in the United States. He was also one of the senior task force members who helped FITT update the competencies required for the comparable designation in Canada, the Certified International Trade Professional (CITP).
"Prior experience and learning do count in the CITP designation process. Participants can obtain exemptions from FITTskills course requirements through FITT´s Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) process, which provides credit for previous work experience and/or education."
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