25 training courses found
This one day course gives an introduction to excise duties and procedures which apply both internationally and domestically on products such as alcohol, tobacco and hydrocarbon oils. It outlines the structual elements of excise duty including HM Revenue & Customs requirements for registration of production premises and duty suspended ("bonded") warehouses, and the calculation and payment of excise duty.
This exciting new course has been specially designed to meet the modern needs of import/export businesses. More companies than ever before are now completing their own import/export entries.
Detailed look at the skills and procedures required to moving goods between different countries. Eligible to 15 CPD points.
An Introduction to Importing This popular one-day course is run specifically for those new to importing. It looks at all the essential elements involved including key topics such as tariff classification, cusotms procedures, paying duty and VAT.
We have fully revised the training course to ensure the new procedures introduced in 2008 are covered in detail. IPR can save you a lot of money but can also prove quite a headache! Whether you already operate IPR, or would just like to know more, this practical workshop unravels the mysteries.
An ideal follow-up to Import Essentials, or for those already experienced in import procedures. Eligible for 20 CPD points per day This Strong & Herd practical two-day workshop looks at importing in detail.
Ideal for beginners or people who need an awareness of this complicated area. Dual-use, military goods - end user undertakings, SPIRE: this course brings all this together in a practical session ideal for anyone wanting an appreciation of the topic.
A practical workshop for Exporters Limited to just 9 delegates to guarantee individual attention. Eligible for 10 CPD points An essential workshop for all exporters who work with Letters of Credit.
You need this course if your organisation is considering applying for AEO Status. You will learn about the requirements for both security and customs issues and the potential implications of not being an AEO business and how this will affect your supply chain lead times and future business with Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRA) between the EU and other countries such as USA, Japan, China, India, etc.
Explains US ITAR, EAR regulations and extra-territoriality re-export controls from a UK perpective and addresses areas where this American regualtions may affect a UK trader. The USA have very heavy controls on some of their goods; incorrect end-use of certain US technology and lead to potential fines and penalties - ultimately being denied the right to trade with the USA.
This practical workshop follows on from the Essential Guide to Customs Procedures and is aimed at delegates with some international trade knowledge. Among aims of the course is to guide you to a higher standard of compliance with import and export legislation so you can face customs audits with confidence.
An Introduction to Exporting. Fully revised for 2010.
In a busy working environment it is often difficult to keep up-to-date with the changes in customs and international trade procedures. This one day presentation looks at key issues that have been amended or new regulations that have come into force during the last 12 months so gives you a quick guide of what you need to be aware.
All goods need to be valued correctly for customs purposes whether it is a sale or free of charge movement. The WTO Valuation Agreement lays down specific Rules of valuing goods for customs purposes and it is an important area of international trade compliance.
A must for anyone involved in international trade. Ideal for both beginners and experienced professional who just want to up-date themselves on the new terms coming in in 2011.
A useful follow-up to Export Essentials, or for those already experienced in export procedures. Eligible for 20 CPD points per day This two-day course covers the main aspects of export in a practical, clear and comprehensive way that is, above all, relevant to today's exporters.
Did you know that failure to submit your Intrastat declaration by its due date, or to submit one that is incomplete or inaccurate, is a criminal offence? On average, a dozen or more businesses are prosecuted before Magistrates every year, although most cases are resolved by the payment of an 'out of court' penalty. So, avoid penalty action by complying with the Intrastat system and ensure that your data is complete, and accurate, and is sent to us in plenty of time! This seminar can help you understand what is going on, be compliant, understand all changes and responsibilities and see how to make use of the information available from Customs to ease the burden of meeting your Intrastat obligations.
Designed for anyone involved in classifying goods whether for import, export or EU trade statistical purposes. This one day presentation looks at the background to the tariff, the structure of the UK Integrated Tariff of the UK and explains the structure of commodity codes.
This one-day seminar shines light on the Customs facilities available to importers and exporters which give opportunities to minimise import duty payments and ensure compliance with customs procedures. Particular emphasis is given to the duty relief regimes, eg IPR/OPR, the tariff and preference rules and valuation issues.
More companies than ever before are now considering a customs warehouse as a vital piece in their supply chain. Severe financial practicalities are forcing companies to save money with duty relief regimes.