The course Feasibility of International Trade examines the critical steps and decisions needed to determine the feasibility of potential international trade initiatives. Market research, analysis of organizational readiness, cost analysis, and risk analysis are all required in order to decide if a concept fits with a company’s strategic direction and improves the bottom line of an organization. Risk analysis then leads to the development of strategies to mitigate identified risks. The Feasibility of International Trade course is a key course in the Seventh Edition of the FITTskills Program, which has been designed for the independent self-directed learner who is an international trade practitioner with a minimum of two to five years of experience. The FITTskills Program has been developed so that you as a practitioner can ensure you have all the competencies required to take advantage of international trade opportunities. The cost of registration $50.00 plus HST ($57.50) for both days and this includes the costs of Ebook and writing an exam.