Presentation on theme: "Education Report for 9 th WGET CAMBODIAN FREIGHT FORWARDER ASSOCIATION 07- 08 Oct 2009."— Presentation transcript:
Education Report for 9 th WGET CAMBODIAN FREIGHT FORWARDER ASSOCIATION Oct 2009
Education and Training update Background Our current Vice President Ms. Tui Pakarat participated in the training of UNESCAP in Bangkok and requested UNESCAP to come and support CAMFFA to develop a training program in Cambodia. How we develop the course? We developed the course with the support of UNESCAP Transport and Tourism Division. What assistance from UN-ESCAP assistance? UN-ESCAP assisted us to organize 3 “trainers training”. 1 st 7-8 December 2007 with 21 trainers (Ms. Geetha from UNESCAP) 2 nd January 2008 with 17 trainers (Ms. Geetha from UNESCAP) 3 rd February 2009 with 11 trainers (Ms. Geetha from UNESCAP) 4 th September 2009 with 11 trainers (Mr. Tangfei from UNESCAP)
Junior Training of CAMFFA Since our training program started CAMFFA, we organized six Junior training in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Four among them were given during 2009.
Subjects of the First, Second, Third, Forth, fifth and Sixth Junior Training ( Basic Course ) Globalization, Trade and Transport Linkages International sales Transactions and Documentary Credit How to plan and execute and Export Shipment by Air? Bill of Lading and Transport Operations Multimodal transport Operations Cargo and Packaging The Evolving Role of the Freight Forwarder An Introduction to Insurance Parties in the Transport Chain and Insurance Coverage Scope of Liability of the Freight Forwarder Introduction to CAMSAB
Current Update CAMFFA Training ( 2010 ) 1.Basic Training 2.Advanced Training 3.SME Export Procedure
Subjects of Basic Training 1.Globalization, Trade and Transport Linkages 2.International sales Transactions and Documentary Credit 3.How to plan and execute and Export Shipment by Air? 4.Bill of Lading and Transport Operations 5.Multimodal transport Operations 6.Cargo and Packaging 7.The Evolving Role of the Freight Forwarder 8.An Introduction to Insurance 9.Parties in the Transport Chain and Insurance Coverage 10.Introduction to CAMSAB 11.Scop of laibility of the Freight Forwarder 12.Multimodal Transport Corridor Routing 13.Carriage of Goods and Carriers's Laibility
Subjects of Advanced Training 1.The Evolving Role of the Freight Forwarder 2.Inco terms 3.Liability of FF/MTO 4.Cross Border Transports 5.Warehouse Management 6.Unitization of Cargo 7.KAMSAB on the roles of FF and shipping Agency 8.Documentary Credit Transaction 9.Transport Documents 10.MTO on dangerous goods 11.UNESCAP activities to promote development of transport and logistics in the region
Subjects of SME Export Procedure 1.Globalization, Trade and Transport Linkages 2.Bill of Lading and Transport Documents 3.Incoterms ASEAN Free Trade Agreement 5.Payment Method 6.Freight Forwarding, Choice of mode of Transport The First training was held on 26 October The second training will be held on 23 October 2010 for IFC.
Number of trainers available to our CAMFFA for running such courses. We have 12 trainers. Mr. Huot Chan / Manager Flow Forwarding (Cambodia) Mr. Him Phalla / Sea Freight Manager INTRA CO Mr. Chea Sophal / Boarding Agent KAMSAB Mr. Eang Leng / Marketing Manager KAMSAB Mr. Nhean Sokol / Manager KAMSAB sihanoukville Ms. Christine Soutif / Managing Director SDV Cambodge Ms. Mealea Sovann / Devpt Manager SDV Cambodge Madam Tui / Managing Director INTRA CO Mr. Chhe Boutech / Operation Manager LINHAUL Mr. Sok Chheang / Executive Director CAMTA Mr. Y Sary / Manager KAMSAB Mr. Ny Vantheoun/ General Manager / CASL
We have incorporated customized portions of UN-ESCAP training material into our own curriculum? * We now use only the curriculum from UN-ESCAP * The subjects we choose from UN-ESCAP training materials are Globalization, trade and Transport Linkages Our future plans? In future we will continue to organize CAMFFA training course every other 2 months covering Junior training and introducing an Advanced course.
AOTS incorporate with CAMFFA for Training Seminar Association for Overseas Technical Scholarship (AOTS), Japan, was associated with CAMFFA to organize the Training Course on Company – Level Logistic Innovation on February 21 – 23, 2010 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia under the support of Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), Japan. And on December 15 – 19, 2010 AOTS will be incorporate with CAMFFA to prepare a new Training Course on Logistic Management in Phnom Penh, Cambodia under the support of Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), Japan.
Japan ASEAN Integration Fund ( JAIF) JAIF will be associate CAMFFA to prepare a seminar. on HRD in the Field of Logistic in Cambodia and CAMFFA will be associated to prepare this seminar.