Get qualified for a career in 6 months
NMIT’s Certificate III in International Trade provides students with practical skills related to international business and marketing designed to immediately perform a range of job related functions and tasks on employment.
Kick-start your career in international business
Graduates of NMIT’s Certificate III in International Trade have a high rate of employment due to the practical nature of the course and the training in EDI software. You will be highly employable in administrative roles in any business with an import/export function will be sought after as entry level managers by any firm that is internationally active and the institutions they collaborate with, including exporters, global consumers, manufacturers, financial service providers and travel and tourism operators.
Once completed, students can go on to further study with NMIT's Certificate IV in International Trade, Diploma of International Business, Advanced Diploma of International Business and a Bachelor of Business.
Get a practical qualification industry prefers
NMIT’s industry insights and connections ensure students acquire current industry skills and training including industry standard EDI software allowing students to move straight into employment after completion of the course.
Working in a freight forwarding industry is the emphasis of NMIT's Certificate III in International Trade. Students cover the essentials of supply chain management, import/export documentation using EDI software (industry standard) and an introduction to the requirements of the Australian Customs Service. Understanding freight forwarding tasks is essential for all importers and exporters of goods.
International Students please note: The fees displayed below are per annum (unless course duration is less than 1 year). Please contact the International Office for the latest fees information.
About the Course
- Local Students
- International Students
- National Code: BSB30607
- CRICOS Code: 066711A
Course duration comprises of up to 17 weeks tuition and up to 9 weeks holiday break periods.
Part-time not available to International Students
Modes of Delivery
Further Study and Careers
Pathways to Further Study
The Diploma of International Business and Advanced Diploma of International Business may be used for entrance into an associate degree or degree course in the higher education sector. Entrance requirements vary with course and university.
Study Pathways at NMIT
Targeted job roles include export clerk, import clerk, customer service and import/export clerk.
Local Students:There are no formal entrance requirements to these courses. Applicants must be able to demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Department that they are capable of completing the course having regard to the relevant competency levels in the training documents.
International Students:Successful completion of studies equivalent to Australian Year 12 education or relevant work experience. IELTS score of 5.5 or higher. Mature Age students are encouraged to apply.
Various forms of assessment may be used including: classroom testing, assignments, presentations, group work, case studies, industry or simulated industry practicum.
Students will be required to purchase prescribed text books and other materials as detailed in the Commerce Department book list.
Local Fees:Want all the information on fees and charges? Click here to find out more, or contact NMIT on 03 9269 8400.
How to Apply:
To start this course in 2014, apply directly to NMIT.
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Please contact the International Office for the latest course information on +61 3 9269 1666.
Units of Study
The hours displayed are nominal, as indicated in the National Training Package. Actual classroom hours delivered may differ. Please contact the department for the latest student contact hours information.
|BSBCMM201A||Communicate In The Workplace|
|BSBINM302A||Utilise A Knowledge Management System|
|BSBINT301B||Apply Knowledge Of International Trade Environment To Complete Work|
|BSBINT302B||Apply Knowledge Of Legislation Relevant To International Trade To Complet Work|
|BSBINT303B||Organise The Importing And Exporting Of Goods|
|BSBINT305B||Prepare Business Documents For The International Trade Of Goods|
|BSBINT306B||Apply Knowledge Of International Trade And Insurance To Complet Work Requirements|
|BSBITU301A||Create And Use Databases|
|BSBITU303A||Design And Produce Text Documents|
|BSBOHS407A||Monitor A Safe Workplace|
|BSBWOR301A||Personal Work Priorities And Development|
|BSBWRT301A||Write Simple Documents|