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This course is part of the BCC Foundation Award Training, to explain and help business tackle the complexities for Rules of Origin.

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Certain trade agreements allow goods to enter the market with preferential or zero duty, depending on the “origin” of their goods.

For example, if 50% of the good is domestically made, it will have favoured access to S. Korea. As members of the EU, European content counts as domestically sourced, so Brexit will have significant implications.

This course will detail an explanation on current preference and non-preference rules of origin, their implications for traders and guidance on how to establish origin.

The learner will know:

  • The importance and compliance for origin.
  • How to establish non preferential rules of origin
  • Preferential rule of origin & origin documentation
  • Cumulation of Origin
  • Supplier Declarations

Each of the Chamber Training Courses can be reimbursed by the UK’s “Customs Grant Scheme”, Businesses that complete customs declarations now have until 31 January 2021 to apply for grant funding to help them increase their capacity to do so.

See here for more: https://www.customsintermediarygrant.co.uk or https://www.gov.uk/guidance/grants-for-businesses-that-complete-customs-declarations

Chamber International Training Course will be up to three hours, with breaks and questions, aimed to help business become trade compliant no matter where you are in your export journey.

Completing six of the ten modules will entitle the learner to the internationally recognised BCC Foundation Award in International Trade.

Each session will be followed by an assessment, which must be returned within 24 hours.

If you have any questions relating to this or all modules, please contact jack.simpson@neechamber.co.uk.

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