Learning Resources, Study Guide, Training

As NASBITE does not directly prepare candidates to take the NASBITE CGBP Exam, individuals seeking training on the tasks and knowledge statements tested through the exam should attend local workshops or training seminars offered through colleges, universities, trade centers, World Trade Centers, or other training programs which have aligned their programs with the NASBITE CGBP program.

This page highlights programs that have developed training programs specifically aligned with the NASBITE CGBP credential.  We will continue to update this page as more training programs are developed.


 

INDIVIDUAL PREPARATION

Any candidate preparing for the NASBITE exam, should review the following three documents. 

The Tasks and Knowledge Statement lists the specific areas in international trade against which questions for the exam were writte.

The Study and Review Guide will help answer questions about what is and is not on the exam.

Click here for sample NASBITE CGBP Exam questions. (Browser may need to accept pop-up windows to work.)

 


 

NATIONAL TRAINING - ONLINE

Global Edge at Michigan State University

Export Institute

Philadelphia University

Texas Tech University - Online

REGIONAL PROGRAMS

ILLINOIS - (Chicago area) - Bradley University

MASSACHUSETTS - Massachusetts Export Center

NORTH CAROLINA - Belmont Abbey College

OHIO - Cuyahoga Community College

RHODE ISLAND - Bryant College

TEXAS - University of Texas San Antonio



 


 


NASBITE 2007 Conference April 1-4 / Vancouver, Canada
The annual NASBITE Conference offers many training opportunities for trade educators, government officials, and practicioners.  The 2007 conference will also features breakouts specifically discussing the NASBITE CGBP credential, best practices, and resources including how colleges and universities are adapting their education and training programs. 

The NASBITE 2007 conference will be held inconjunction with the FITT 2007 Annual Conference - the leading international trade training organization in Canada.  The joint conference will provide access to additional training break-out sessions.


For further 2007 conference details and information from past conferences, visit www.nasbite.org

 


 

Attention Training Organizations:

If you have a training program you would like to list on the CGBP website, please contact Jim Foley at jff@bradley.edu