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Free Trade Agreement and Regulations (USMCA)

Free Trade Agreement and Regulations (USMCA)

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 (9:00 AM - 1:00 PM) (MST)


This training will provide you with a comprehensive explanation of how to make a free trade agreement qualification determination by using the prescribed Rules of Origin and applying the Customs concepts of classification, valuation and country of origin. You will also learn how to prepare a Certificate of Origin. Real-world examples will make the concepts come to life. In addition, you will receive an overview of US Government Verifications, discuss preparation of letters in response to solicitations from your customers and learn about basic US Government enforcement. 

Recommended For: 

Any professional or student who is or wants to get involved in North American trade. It is especially useful for Export Managers, Import Managers, Compliance Managers, Legal and Regulatory Managers, or anyone involved with international shipments. The training will provide a good foundation for anyone who has been asked, either by their employer or a customer to fill out a Certificate of Origin. 

CE Credits:
This training is worth 4 CE credits through the NFBAA for Certified Customs Specialists and Certified Export Specialists.


Greg Steele, University of Colorado - Greg has more than 20 years of import & export compliance experience in high-tech manufacturing. Areas of expertise include; developing and implementing trade compliance processes, manuals, and audits, export jurisdiction determination, export licensing (ITAR, Commerce, NRC, DOE), free Trade Agreements (NAFTA, SFTA, IFTA, UKFTA), CBP broker management. 

David Sanders, Cassidy Levy KentDavid is a partner in Cassidy Levy Kent’s Washington office. Mr. Sanders has over twenty-five years of experience guiding Fortune 500 companies through complex customs and international trade matters. His practice focuses on the representation of clients before U.S. Customs and Border Protection in a wide range of proceedings, from ruling requests and appeals of agency actions to audits, seizures and penalty cases. His experience as an attorney-advisor in the Tariff Classification Branch and the Valuation Branch at U.S. Customs Headquarters in Washington, D.C., in the Office of Regulations and Rulings gives him an understanding of the successful strategies clients need to navigate customs matters.  

Training Hours: 

This training counts for 4 hours towards the Certificate in International Trade. 

WTC Denver Members: If you are interested in attending this event using one of your membership's free training credits, please contact your account executive or email 

**The registration fee is nonrefundable within 7 days prior to the training.  Participant substitutions can take place at any time.**


$300 Nonmembers

$150 Members


Zoom link will be sent out 24 hours before training.

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Wednesday, February 7, 2024 (9:00 AM - 1:00 PM) (MST)
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