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NORCADA - Legal and Jurisdictional Requirements (90 Min. Webinar)

Date:   Apr 17, 2020 - Apr 17, 2020
Location:   Adobe Connect link to be provided upon registration

         
CPD:     2 Credits
       
Price:     Member: $75
     

Non-member: $149 

       
Why this Webinar?

   

Building on Session 1, in our second installment we focus on how Canadian enterprises can successfully complete the export process by fulfilling Canadian and export destination country's regulations. Having correct forms and specific business processes are key, which is why we will detail the forms in this session.

       
Key Learning Outcome(s):

   

Topics to be covered:

  • Import/Export legislation (intro)
  • B13A forms for Canada
  • NAFTA certificates
  • EU, Israel, Korea, USA and other mutual treaty exports
  • TSCA certificates
  • ECCN (export control) numbers
  • ITAR codes and certificates
  • FDA and other legal requirements
  • DUNS numbers
  • Shipment units and denomination, weight classification
  • Sample forms
  • Dos and Don'ts- Case study
       
Instructions to join the meeting:    
  • Upon Clicking the link to attend, select Enter As A Guest. Type the name to be used as your idntifier in the meeting.
  • If your connection to the server fails, Adobe Connect displays an error message. It provides a link to a test wizard, which leads you through a series of steps to test your connection status.
       
Requirements: 


   
  • High speed internet connection
  • Microphone
  • Speakers
       
 
Brian Dumsday
   

About the Instructor:

Brian has spent over 35 years as a management consultant and is a Partner with BWDumsday & Associates Ltd. as well as also working as a Senior Associate with The Winslow Group. He specializes in business process re-engineering, project management, the application of industrial engineering techniques to improve operational efficiency and effectiveness, as well as all aspects of supply chain and logistics management. In addition to consulting, Brian taught a regular course at MacEwan University & CITT for five years.

Shortly after leaving MacEwan, Brian continued his part-time teaching for the Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) and at one time delivered five separate modules as part of the Supply Chain Management Professional Certification program. Modules included Supply Chain Management, Purchasing, Logistics and Transportation, Operations and Process Management and Knowledge Management. In addition, Brian conducted three workshops including Leadership and Professionalism, International Business and Multicultural Skills as well as Business Ethics and Social Responsibility.

Most recently Brian took a break from consulting and worked with the Enterprise Edmonton group at Edmonton Economic Development Corporation to assist local businesses to expand beyond the Edmonton Metro Region through International Trade. Brian is a registered professional engineer and a member of the Supply Chain Management Association, The Logistics Institute and the Society of Manufacturing Engineers.

       
 
Hooman Hosseinkhannazer

 
 

Hooman is a business executive with experience in advanced technology, oil and gas and the not-for- profit sectors. As the Vice President Business Development at Norcada Inc in Edmonton, he oversees a broad portfolio of high-tech product solutions.  Hooman has dedicated the last few years of his career to the development and commercialization of a number of nanotechnology and MEMS product lines for industrial and research applications, with products sold in over 40 countries. Building on his experience in various industries, Hooman enthusiastically works to promote collaborative product, supply chain and knowledge development frameworks across a wide range of sectors.

Hooman is also highly engaged with the humanitarian and community projects. He is actively involved with major disaster relief efforts at the Canadian and International Red Cross efforts, and supports poverty elimination initiatives as a board member at Bissell Centre in Edmonton Canada.


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