The acronym LPG–Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization has become the mantra for the growth in the modern age. The new slogan in the global village is ‘Export or Perish’. Both rich and poor nations are vying alike, for the global pie. And exports offer the yuppie that is vying to go place an ever-widening horizon of opportunities.
The Government of India is gearing its efforts towards tripling export turnover. Hence, the requirement of trained personnel in Export-Import Management is likely to be doubled by that time. Naturally, one can expect a tremendous demand for well-trained and experienced manpower in this field, which is currently seeing a heavy shortfall of such personnel.
The right type of guidance and training is needed to meet the coming challenge. The ETTI Export Import Management Institute located in Goregaon (West), Mumbai, is a leading organization committed to impart quality training and expertise to those who aspire for a Career in Export-Import Business.
There are various durations and venues to suit the convenience of both professionals and fresher. The Institution has trained personnel from blue chip companies such as Mahindra & Mahindra, Ciba Geigy, Commercial Banks, BARC, TATA Exports, Haria Exports, SCI, Ambuja Cement, ACC Cement, Reliance, Sahara India, Customs, RBI, Union Bank of India, Kodak and BPT to name few.
The Faculty are from Multinational Companies, Semi-Government and Government organizations, which includes FIEO, ECGC, RBI, various Chamber of Commerce, Foreign banks leading Consultants and Executives from leading exporter organizations. The course covers various aspects of exports and imports. There are several methods used for imparting knowledge-classroom lectures, guest lectures, workshops, audio-visual and visits to ports, export organizations etc.
The Institute has also introduced a unique Practical Training Programme wherein the participants are sent for work, thereby enabling them to interact with officials related to trade, learn documentation practically, practice costing for international markets, and interpret policies and their implementation. After completing the project, the participants are sent to various export import organizations for on-the-job training for 3 to 6 months.