Register for Global Victoria’s new Export Skills Program


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As part of the Victorian Government’s $15.7 million Export Recovery Package (ERP), the program aims to help Victorian businesses impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19) to grow and develop their export skills and capabilities.

Free to attend, the Export Skills Program will provide online training, webinars and face-to-face workshops across four streams:

  1. Export 101 Training Stream
  2. eCommerce Training Stream
  3. Virtual Trade Mission Training Stream
  4. Freight Training Stream

Delivered in partnership with the Global Trade Professionals Alliance (GTPA), the program will take you through the export lifecycle – from the must-haves of paperwork, freight and logistics to the finer details of establishing business partnerships in other countries.

What types of businesses should register?

The Export Skills Program is open to all Victorian exporters in the state – regardless of their size or location.

 How many events can I attend?

At Global Victoria, we understand that every business is at their own unique phase in the export journey, which is why the Export Skills Program offers flexibility.

The choice is yours. Tailor your own schedule and select as many events as you like across all four streams.

 When do registrations open?

Registrations opened on 10 May 2021 and are essential to attend.

Please note that due to COVID restrictions, attendance at face-to-face workshops will be limited.

 How do I register?

To register, click on the links below:

  • Export 101 Training Stream, click here
  • eCommerce Training Stream, click here
  • Virtual Trade Mission Training Stream, click here
  • Freight Training Stream, click here

Want to know more?

For more information about the Export Skills Program, contact us by sending an email to info@global.vic.gov.au

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