The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) will release Incoterms® 2020 in early September 2019, providing certainty and clarity to businesses trading across borders everywhere.
The Incoterms® rules are the language of international trade. When the Incoterms® rules were first introduced in 1936, they brought coherence to a fractured international system, which included conflicting commercial and judicial standards that diverged widely from country to country.
Over 80 years later, the Incoterms® rules are used every day by millions of enterprises of all sizes from around the world, including multinational enterprises (MNEs), micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), and individual practitioners.
As it celebrates its 100th year as the world business organization, ICC is pleased to announce that the latest edition of the Incoterms® rules, Incoterms® 2020, will be released in early September 2019 and come into effect on 1 January 2020.
From mid-September 2019, users of the Incoterms® rules will be able to adapt, prepare and train their businesses for 1 January 2020, when Incoterms® 2020 will come into effect.
Incoterms® 2020 rules in your format of choice
Since the Incoterms® rules are used daily in contracts for the sale of goods around the world, ICC has taken steps to ensure that Incoterms® 2020 is convenient and accessible for all users. In particular, ICC will offer the new edition in a range of digital and hard copy formats.
Qualified ICC Registered Trainers on Incoterms® 2020” in South Africa
HOW TO BECOME AN ICC REGISTERED TRAINER ON INCOTERMS® 2020 IN SOUTH AFRICA?
Every trainer who wishes to become an ICC Registered Trainer on Incoterms®2020 in South Africa must complete the following requirements:
Only trainers identified by ICC South Africa can apply to ICC to be an ICC Registered Trainer of Incoterms®2020 in South Africa.
All trainers identified by ICC South Africa must already be trainers with classroom experience of teaching Incoterms and other trade tools.
All interested trainers must take an online examination especially developed for this purpose by the ICC Academy. The exam will be available in early August 2019. The exam will be initially available in English only.
Anyone wishing to become an ICC Registered Trainer on Incoterms®2020 must receive a pass grade of 85% or more. All successful trainers will receive an ICC Academy certificate with a unique ICC Academy reference number.
All successful trainers will be listed as ICC Registered trainers on Incoterms®2020 in South Africa by order of country with their reference number on the ICC website, the Incoterms® app and in the ICC Digital Library.
All successful trainers on Incoterms®2020 can identify themselves “ICC Registered Trainer on Incoterms®2020 in South Africa”. It is important that the trainer be identified as an “ICC Registered Trainer on Incoterms®2020 in South Africa” and not simply as an “ICC Registered Trainer” or “ICC Trainer” because: a) The agreement to teach on Incoterms®2020 in South Africa will be between the trainer and the NC, not between the trainer and ICC Headquarters and b) we are recognizing the trainer as an ICC Trainer of Incoterms®2020 NOT as an ICC trainer in another subject.
The trainer registration number will be valid for 2 years.
*Every trainer who wishes to become an ICC Registered Trainer on Incoterms®2020 in South Africa must download the document below