Manage Trade Instruments, Document & Regulations for International Transport (AOP)
The Competency Unit (CU) enables individuals to be assessed for their competency level in the area of how they manage trade instruments, documents & regulations for international transport including :
PS 1 – Identify the steps and rationale of the import and export process
PS 2 – Classify commodity and apply trade tariffs, quota and Free Trade Agreement
PS 3 – Identify required import and export permits from relevant authorities
PS 4 – Differentiate the use of bills of lading (B/L) types like non-negotiable B/L & negotiable B/L
PS 5 – Prepare B/L in accordance with shipper’s and buyer’s requirements
PS 6 – Apply Standard Trading Conditions (STC)
PS 7 – Differentiate the different legal implications of B/L & AWB
PS 8 – Perform transactions on trade IT systems such as like PortNET, TradeNET, Cargo Community Network
All level of staff who is
- currently pursuing TLA Advanced Diploma in SCM or Diploma in ILM or IFM or
- currently working in logistics or in logistics related environment and
- able to listen, read, speak and write English at a proficiency level equivalent to Employability Skills System (ESS) Level 4 and able to manipulate numbers at a proficiency level equivalent to ESS Level 4 and
- at least 18 year of age and above
|Assessment Fees||$50 + GST $3.50 = $53.50|
Upon passing of assessment, participants will be issued the Statement of Attainment by the Singapore Workforce Development Agency.
Appeal / Reassessment
Candidates can apply for appeal for their assessment outcomes within 7 working days after receipt of the result. The appeal fee is $32.10 inclusive of GST.
In the event if the candidates did not pass the assessment and wish to re-take the assessment, the re-assessment fee is $32.10 inclusive of GST.