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Complete Cotton to be held in Liverpool
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May '09
Whether involved in growing, spinning or trading cotton, 'Complete Cotton' is a fantastic opportunity for executives from the cotton community, or those new to the industry, to gain an insight into every aspect of the raw cotton trade.

What is Complete Cotton?
It is an intensive two-week training programme that focuses on key areas such as arbitration, contract law, risk management and control. It provides a unique opportunity to learn about the complexities of the cotton industry from some of the world's leading professionals.

Who should attend?
It is aimed at executives of all ages from within the cotton community - including cotton producers, ginners, exporters, merchants, agents, importers, spinners and other allied trades.

Busy time ahead for training delegates
21 international delegates have signed up to take part in this year's 'Complete Cotton' ICA training programme - taking place in Liverpool, UK from 11-22 May. Focusing on all aspects of the raw cotton trade, the training has provided an excellent grounding for many of today's influential players in the cotton world and it's a unique opportunity for delegates to learn about the cotton industry from some of the world's leading professionals.

The delegates have a full schedule ahead and we wish them every success. The ICA would also like to thank the 30 presenters who'll be delivering the training and the event sponsors - Louis Dreyfus, Cargill, SGS, Plexus, Olam and Wakefield Inspection Services.

To view the training programme and to find out who is taking part click here.
To find out more about the Complete Cotton Training Programme click here.

Develop your skills and support the cotton industry with the ICA at the ACSA Convention in Chicago
The next ICA Arbitrator Exam (Basic Level 1) will take place at the ACSA Convention in Chicago on May 27-29. To sit the exam you'll need to complete the course, which is available as a FREE download from our website.Providing an introduction to the basic principles of the ICA technical arbitration process, the course is internationally recognised and open to ICA members and non-members. On successful completion (and after being elected an ICA member), you get the chance to offer your services as an ICA arbitrator and be eligible to sit on technical appeal committees. Interested? Please get in touch.

Click here for more details and to download the course.

The International Cotton Association Ltd

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