CTPL Certificate Program in Trade Negotiations Skills: NAFTA 2.0

November 27, 2017 — November 29, 2017
Time: 8:30 AM — 4:30 PM

Location:Downtown Ottawa, location TBC
Cost:1250 +HST
Key Contact:Lisa Scheltema
Contact Email:lisa.scheltema@carleton.ca
Contact Phone:613 520 2600 ext. 6523

The re-negotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA 2.0) started on August 16, 2017, in Washington.  This course is designed to provide participants with as-close- real-life-as possible experience of what it would be like to be participating in one of four Working Groups (trade in goods, trade in services, investment and intellectual property rights) in these negotiations.  The course is highly-interactive, using a simulation of a hypothetical Canada-US-Mexico negotiation to provide hands-on experience in how to prepare, conduct and finalize a trade agreement to advance Canada’s commercial interests. The course is designed and delivered by former senior Canadian trade negotiators and diplomats to make the course as practical and “real world” as possible.

Terry Collins-Williams, former Deputy Chief Negotiator, and Lead Negotiator for Non-Agricultural Market Access for Canada, in the Doha Round of trade negotiations at the WTO.

Don Stephenson, former ADM Trade, DFATD; former Canadian Ambassador to the WTO

Phil Rourke, Executive Director, CTPL; Lecturer at Carleton (NPSIA), uOttawa (Faculty of Law)

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