Institute of Export & international trade
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This full day course will look at the information that is required to be submitted to customs to enable goods to be imported and exported. It also looks at the differences between EU and non EU trade.
This very detailed and comprehensive course looks at the procedures required to deal with customs.
It is vitally important that importers and exporters understand the information required to be submitted, as in most cases it is the importer and exporter who would be liable for this information, even if it is done by a third party, which in most cases it is.
Delays, fines and inspections are things that no company wants to endure, hence this course will equip attendees with the information to be able to understand what is required to comply with customs and if at any time an audit was required, then to be able to be prepared.
Understanding these procedures from both a commercial and operational level, will improve a company’s import export efficiency, which can lead to increased sales growth, due to lack of errors in the information provide to import and export your products.
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The course will cover:
An understanding of the role of HMRC
An understanding of UK customs procedures
Explanation of an EORI number
Explanation of what free circulation is
What documents can be used as proof of export from the UK
The change from CHIEF to CDS
Explanation of the SAD C88
- Key information for both import and export entries
UK Tariff - Product classification – Tariff code/Commodity codes
Explanation of Customs Procedure Codes (CPC) and what they do
Explanation of key import and export documentation
Certificates of Origin
Compliance with Rules of Origin
General System Preference
Cumulation of Origin for GSP Countries
WTO Methods of Valuation for Import
AEO - Benefits of being an Authorised Economic Operator
Understand customs relief schemes available to imports and exporters
Use of Customs Notices
Who is this course for?
Who should attend
This course is suitable for people new to international business and experienced companies who may want to refresh their knowledge.
The departments within a business that this course would apply to are:
- Export Administration
- Export Sales Administration
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