About the Course
The MES program is the result of more than a year of development that was undertaken in conjunction with the Los Angeles based supply chain training firm, Trade Facilitators, Inc. Fully narrated with multiple animation features, this on-demand, 10-Module course takes a hands-on approach to all facets of exporting from the United States. Students must complete a final exam and scholarly essay to earn the MES designation.
Key Topics: Encompassing 60 hours, this online certification program includes Real-World Scenarious, Industry Vertical Examples, Export Perspectives, and Trade Tips.
The course is broken down into 10 major parts:
- An Integrated Approach to Exporting from the U.S
- International Sales Contracts
- Mitigation Guidelines
- Export Compliance
- The Logistics of Air Exports
- The Logistics of Ocean Exports
- USMCA Exports
- Export Documentation
- Electronic Export Information
- International Payment Terms
- U.S. Free Trade Agreements
To view a complete course outline, please click here.
Application & Registration
|CES Designee||Export Industry Experience (Non-CES)|
|Currently working in trade industry||Seasoned Export Professional Min. 6 years' experience|
|Resume/CV demonstrating industry experience||Resume/CV demonstrating industry involvement|
|4-year degree or 4-year equivalent industry experience||4-year degree or 6-years equivalent industry experience|
|Optional letter of support from employer/manager||Optional letter of support from employer/manager|
|Scholarly Essay Guidelines and Requirements|
The final step in earning your MES designation is the scholarly essay.
Completion of a persuasive essay on an NEI-approved topic, demonstrating relevant research
•Must propose an argument surrounding your topic
•Clarify and support your argument through relevant facts and research
•Demonstrate sufficient knowledge on the subject
Average essay to be 1500-3000 words; minimum 1500
•User APA Guidelines for both in-text and end of essay citations
Graded PASS or FAIL by an NEI-selected expert/group of experts
•Learners may resubmit their essay per expert feedback if a failing grade is received