For over 40 years, businesses worldwide have used GTINs (Global Trade Item Numbers) to identify almost all every product sold by retailers around the world. GS1 standards provide clear guidance as to how to use GTINs to barcode point-of-sale and traded items.
One aspect of product identification which continues to cause confusion across the supply chain is which changes to products require new GTINs to be allocated. Get it wrong and you run the risk of upsetting your customers, incur relabelling costs and lose sales.
This interactive training will offer clear guidance on how your business should identify your products in the first instance, and when and why your GTINs might need to change.
The cost of not knowing this information is quite hidden in our business. Every department needs to know, not just supply chain.”
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for anyone who wants to understand how to correctly identify an item with GS1 numbers, no matter what industry you work in.
It’s particularly useful for those working in marketing, brand managers, artwork, buyers, pack/label design and technical.
- Introduction to GS1
- How to identify different products and packaging levels
- GTIN structure
- Guiding principles around product changes
- Specific scenarios which require new numbers
- How to recognise and avoid common mistakes
Format and pricing
|Format||Content level||Duration||Price per||Cost (+VAT)|
|In-company virtual training*||Introductory||1-hour course||Course (<15 people)||£300|
|Foundation||2-hour course||Course (<15 people)||£500|
*This instructor-led training is delivered virtually via Microsoft Teams (other platforms are available if required).
How to book this course
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0808 178 8799 to discuss your requirements in more detail or to arrange in-company delivery of this course.