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Tue, 21 Mar 2017, 09:15 – Wed, 22 Mar 2017, 16:30 GMT
The 2-day course is designed to teach delegates about HMRC regimes and how to implement these correctly. You will also develop an understanding of the role HMRC play in managing the import process, the implications this has on you as an importer and the requirements from you in order to efficiently move goods into the EU.
Attending this course will help you understand the responsibilities of an import business, which will help with implementing efficient processes, prevention of complex issues arising in the future and avoiding potential Duty/ VAT non-compliance demands from HMRC. Incoterms from the importers perspective will also be reviewed.
Foundation Award (British Chambers of Commerce National Accredited Trade Training™)
The National Trade Training programme includes ten centrally accredited modules, covering a core export skills curriculum. These courses are mapped to Level 2 NVQ terminology and provide invaluable basic skills for small and large companies alike.
The ‘Import starter’ course will cover the necessary information to pass 3 of these modules, namely Customs Procedures & Documentation, Import Procedures and Inward & Outward Processing. This is half way to completing the Foundation Award. Candidates must demonstrate knowledge of the subject which is marked by external examiners, and on successful completion of the course each candidate receives a BCC accredited certificate.
Clearance procedures, single market, Incoterms, duty relief (IP, warehousing, end use), Duty/VAT, commodity codes, valuations and Union Customs Code.
Who should attend?
Export administrators/managers, shipping/logistics, compliance and finance