Any student who has completed high school and above can apply for a Cargo Executive course to undergo training in the most modern, professional and knowledgeable methods with utmost enthusiasm.
The student should have good command over English with good communication skills and certain amount of flexibility in all areas required like seaport, airport, CFS (Container Freight Service), ICD (In-land Container Depot), LCS (Land Customs Station), warehousing and container movements for imports and exports with total customs formalities.
The key factors of this course includes managing day to day work processes carried out at cargo terminals, airport, sea port and all types of warehouses, and with the highest aspiration training and guidance the person can work by up-grading him/herself to the highest levels.
Manual Procedure – Flow Chart for Seaport and Airport – Import & Export - Import Customs Clearance First Check - Second Check & RMS – Export Customs Clearance FOB, C&F, CIF, C&I – List of documents from the importer / Exporter
Sea Cargo Transit Details – EDI Processing data System – General
Customs tariff act 1975 – foreign trade Policy – All type ULD Container’s (Air)
All types Container’s 20ft, 40ft, Flat rack & Pallets (Sea) – Customs tariff – Chapter Vise 1 to 98 – Central Excise – Tariff – Chapter Vise – 1 to 98
Councils – World Time _ Point and Period of time – Conversation Tables – Method in Measuring and Calculation
Countries and seaports for (Vessels) – Port hubs in various Countries - Combination of Schemes
Seaport and Airport location code – ICD Codes and code where ever required – Countries with city airport and codes (Aircraft) – Temperature for Perishable goods in chamber room.
Customs Related Terms – Ocean Related Terms – Air Related Terms – Exim Related Terms