Certificate in International Trade

The Institute’s Certificate in International Trade Program is designed to build a comprehensive set of skills that help you assess the opportunities and risks encountered in international business.  Upon completion of our trainings, you will be equipped with the knowledge and credentials needed to succeed in a globally competitive marketplace.

To achieve certification, participants must attend trainings covering 48 hours, one World Trade Day, and one World Trade Center Denver Annual Membership Meeting.  The trainings can be completed in one term, although courses may be taken at your own pace across multiple terms, not to exceed three years.  The World Trade Center Denver’s Member Meeting occurs annually in the month of September.  World Trade Day is the largest annual event of the World Trade Center Denver, occurring every May.  Upon completion of the program, graduates will receive a certificate of completion, an official transcript, and recognition at the next World Trade Day.

Cost
Trainings and events may be paid for individually as you progress or you may purchase the entire certificate at the beginning for a discounted price:

Members: $1400
Non-Members: $2250
Student Members: $700

*Bureau of Industry and Security is not included in the discounted price.

Apply Today
To begin taking trainings toward your Certificate in International Trade, please contact the Institute via email at institute@wtcdenver.org or by phone at 303.592.5757.  After a brief consultation, you will be provided with an application form that you will need to complete and bring with you to your first training.

Timeline
You are welcome to take classes at your own pace. This allows for you to select only the classes that are more interesting to you. However, all of the requirements must be completed within a 3 year time span. Typically, it take the average student about 1 year to complete the entire program.

Training Schedule
To view the full schedule of upcoming trainings, please visit our
events page.


Click here to download a PDF of the Spring 2017 Program Guide.