A Corporate International Trade & Customs Education Program: An Integrated View where Local Needs, Global Scope, Spiral E-Learning Pedagogies and Web-based Technologies Converge

ID: 49919 Type: Brief Paper
  1. Ana Andrada, Jonathan Lionel Pepe, and José Luis Gonzalez Selmi, Cámara Argentina de Comercio y Servicios, Argentina

Wednesday, November 16 11:35-11:55 AM Location: Banneker View on map

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Abstract: The Argentine Chamber of Commerce and Services (CAC) is one of the largest organizations dealing with every local governmental and political sector to reach consensus for the implementation of national and international trade and services policies according to local and global needs. At CAC we are committed to providing the highest quality educational experience. Our main challenge is to expand the CAC community as a matter of social responsibility. To fulfill this goal, non-formal and formal education programs are implemented to cover the whole country´s continuing education needs. This paper describes the design and implementation of an innovative distance learning degree program on International Trade and Customs in order to meet the needs encountered by the Continuing Education Department; although the sector is growing fast throughout the country, few people have enough knowledge on the field and they are all almost located in Buenos Aires, the capital city.

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