From MMOG/LE implementation training, to our annual CBP-led ACE Reporting Demonstrations for Export and Import, we've got your training needs covered through the summer months and beyond. Check out linked titles below to learn more, and be sure to register today to secure your spot!
Global MMOG/LE Implementation Training - 6th Edition: This highly interactive course helps attendees improve materials management efficiency and effectiveness in their supply chain by leveraging the Global Materials Management Operations Guideline Logistics Evaluation (MMOG/LE) – now in its 6th generation format. Course objectives include learning the benefits of MMOG/LE, how to interpret the six chapters and key criteria, how to conduct an effective assessment, and how to report assessment results to management and customers. This training is next offered virtually on August 15, and in-person at AIAG headquarters on September 19. Click here to find out more!
USMCA Content Reporting: As the only industry-endorsed training of its kind, this unique course was developed by a highly qualified group of volunteers from numerous OEMs, heavy truck manufacturers, and Tier 1 suppliers, along with guidance from trusted trade compliance experts. This highly interactive two-day training includes a step-by-step review of the process to qualify goods as eligible for USMCA, in-depth discussions on the new Rules of Origin and Certification of Origin, and much more – along with a copy of the AIAG USMCA: Supplier Content Reporting Workbook. Click here to learn more and join us for the next live virtual session, September 14-15, or in-person at AIAG Headquarters, October 31-November 1.
USMCA Content Reporting - 1 Day: This 1-day live virtual course offers a moderately condensed version of our original 2-day USMCA training (above). Designed to introduce attendees to free trade agreement and USMCA concepts, this additional offering is a great fit for those who want to learn the rules of origin and general terms, while becoming more familiar with automotive requirements associated with USMCA. Click here to find out more and reserve your spot for our next live virtual session in Spanish on September 20, or in English on October 2.
HTS Harmonized Tariff Schedule Overview: Designed for trade compliance professionals, materials managers, purchasing professionals, and finance and sales staff, this one-day Live Virtual training helps ensure you’re fully compliant with customs regulations and correctly classifying your organization’s mported products. Since proper tariff classification is the foundation of all customs transactions – including qualification for the new USMCA free trade agreement – this is one class you won’t want to miss. Simply click here for more information and reserve your (virtual) seat for our next live virtual session on October 18!
(Note: Special pricing – a $100 discount on the second training! – is available when you take the USMCA Content Reporting or USMCA Content Reporting - 1 Day and HTS Harmonized Tariff Schedule Overview courses within six (6) months of each other. Offer ends November 30, 2023. Please contact AIAG Customer Service at 248.358.3003 for more information.)
ACE Reporting Demonstrations for Export and Import : As U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) continues to modernize its Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) portal throughout 2023, our annual ACE reporting demonstrations are more critical than ever! Led by Carlos R. Rodriguez from CBP’s Office of Trade, these 2.5 hour virtual "ACE Reporting Demonstration for Export" and "ACE Reporting Demonstration for Import" courses on November 16 provide attendees with the skills and knowledge to navigate the ACE Reports tool and take advantage of its various capabilities. Since these opportunities are available just once per calendar year, attendees can register for the export session only, the import session only, or both sessions together (over a two-day period, at a discounted price). Click here to learn more. (Note: The National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA) grants 2.5 CCS/CES for these demonstrations. Further information will be provided after the sessions.)