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Team-based digital learning

Your team will learn:

  • Transportation
  • Imports/exports
  • Intellectual property
  • Global trade
  • Contract basics
  • Understanding clauses
  • Termination
  • Statutory rights of a buyer
  • Dispute resolution
  • SLAs

Supply Chain Legal & Regulatory Training

Our supply chain legal training will help you master the legal and regulatory rules, legal training frameworks, and policies that impact organizations every day from contract law, ethical and legal guidelines and industry regulations that govern how your organization acquires goods, works and services.

Learn how to implement a legally binding contract from RFP stage, understand legal terms and conditions applicable to procurement, and how to navigate tricky legal issues. Learn how and when to end a contract, abide by sustainability regulations, intellectual property law for supply chain and global trade compliance and gain an in-depth understanding of Service Level Agreements (SLA’s).


Our “Documents for Domestic Transportation” course examines the function of a bill of lading is, different bills of lading, and other domestic transportation documents.

EU import/export

Understand what European international bills of lading are as well as waybills, invoices, certifications, declarations, and letters of credit.

Intellectual property

The “Intellectual Property (IP) Law for Supply Chain” course explores the four intellectual property types of trademarks, copyright patents and design rights.

North American import/export

Understand North American international bills of lading and waybills, invoices, certifications, declarations, and letters of credit.

Global trade compliance

A deep-dive into global trade explores when an export license is required as well as the procedures and checks to follow, covering compliance, export licenses and deemed exports. We understand the role of export control classification numbers (ECCN), tariffs, freight forwarding, trade agreements, EAR99, red flags, electronic export information (EEI), export control information, export administration regulations (EAR), restricted party screening, restricted end use, international traffic in arms regulations (ITAR), bureau of industry and security (BIS), and commerce control lists (CCL) all explained simply with real world examples.

Contract basics

Learn the fundamental elements of contracts and understand concepts including invitation to treat, counter offers and verbal contracts. Explore the battle of forms, how can they be avoided, together with framework agreements and e-Contracts.

Understanding clauses

Recognize and deal with impactful clauses proposed by sellers such as exclusions, automatic indexation, silent extensions, delivery, and Incoterms, exit clauses and know how to end a contract. 


Discover useful ways to end a contract in case of poor supplier performance with explanations and examples such as by mutual agreement, by breach of contract, remedial clauses (and when to use them), liquidated damages, penalty clauses and fair damages. 

Statutory rights of a buyer

Learners will understand their legal rights in the “Statutory Rights of a Buyer” course, which explains what to do in the event of some terms in the contract being missing or poorly specified. Key points covered include late delivery, missing payment terms, incorrect or defective goods, incomplete delivery, over delivery, title of ownership, subcontracting, unfair contract terms, and remedies (in case of breach of warranty).

Dispute resolution

Develop a clear understanding of why a buyer should avoid legal proceedings and the alternatives covered in topics such as the importance of exit clauses, ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) methods, mediation, conciliation, and arbitration. 


Our “Service Level Agreements” course builds an understanding of SLAs in contracts and their role in managing supplier performance and explains the components of SLAs, how to evaluate supplier SLAs and guidelines on using SLAs to improve performance.

Suitable for the following roles:

  • Buyer
  • Purchaser
  • Logistics Analyst
  • Supply Chain Analyst
  • Performance Analyst, Dispatcher
  • Warehouse Clerk
  • Supply Chain Coordinator
  • Logistics Coordinator
  • Logistics and Distribution
  • Warehouse
  • Production Supervisor/Manager
  • Master Scheduling Manager
  • Materials Manager
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Director / VP / SVP Supply Chain

This learning content includes:

  • High-impact
  • Exams &
  • Simulations
  • Expert
  • Application
    based tasks
  • Microlearning
  • Serious
  • Webinar
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