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Registration for ITRISA’s mid-year study cycle now open

Registration for the mid-year cycle of the Higher Certificate in International Trade, the two-year Advanced Certificate in International Trade (Exports) or (Imports) and the three-year Diploma in International Trade Management (Exports) or (Imports) now open. Training material, however, will be despatched to registered students as soon as the updated versions are available. All newcomers to ITRISA’s [...]

By | February 7th, 2017|news|Comments Off on Registration for ITRISA’s mid-year study cycle now open

IATTO Forum Des Moines, IOWA, USA 1-4 November 2016

Executive Director, Rose Blatch, and ITRISA Operations Manager, Lindie Dlodlo, recently attended the 41st annual forum of the International Association of Trade Training Organisations (IATTO) in the USA. Despite a gruelling 24 hour journey there, and a disturbed night at the forum hotel because a fire alarm went off in the early hours of the [...]

By | September 27th, 2016|news|Comments Off on IATTO Forum Des Moines, IOWA, USA 1-4 November 2016

Training for government entities accelerates

In September 2016, ITRISA was appointed by Trade & Investment KwaZulu Natal, to conduct a third set of Entrepreneur Development Training courses in Durban, this time ‘Advanced Exporter Training’ for those individuals/company representatives who have already undergone introductory export training. Four three-day courses were conducted between November 2016 and the end of March 2017.  The [...]

By | September 27th, 2016|news|Comments Off on Training for government entities accelerates

ITRISA’s training programme now in full swing

After a much-needed short break over the Christmas period, the ITRISA team wasted no time breaking out of the starting gate in 2017. ‘Training kicked off with a five-day ‘Complete Export Administration Course’ in Johannesburg towards the end of January, followed soon afterwards by a one-day ‘Getting Ready for Export Import’ session in KwaZulu-Natal. Following [...]

By | September 27th, 2016|news|0 Comments