The constant evolution of modern supply chains and complex customs rules means more businesses are creating dedicated customs and compliance functions within their organisation.
For businesses that have the resource and require training on how to administer their own internal controls, training workshops on classification, rules of origin, valuation and internal auditing might be all you need to stay on top of your internal compliance.
To ensure our training is as practical as it is theoretical, all of our workshops are tailored to your business and aim to include real life demonstrations using your own products.
Whether you are a freight forwarder, transport provider or a business who makes their own customs declarations, high quality training is crucial to being able to successfully perform your role as a declarant.
As such, our customs declaration training is delivered live by a trained advisor, using your chosen customs software. As it is not pre-recorded, it is the perfectly suited for multiple attendees who will have an opportunity to ask questions and work through live examples related to their day-to-day role.
The constant evolution of customs rules and regulations mean it is a difficult task to develop and maintain the knowledge of your leadership and operational teams. Participating in various forms of periodic training is a sure way to maintain compliance and promote first class practices.
For businesses fortunate enough to have the resource to implement their own internal customs and compliance controls, a strong customs knowledge base to promote self-sufficient decision making is a must.
As with any role, good training is key and even the most experienced customs compliance manager may need to refresh their knowledge and benefit from external support when designing internal compliance controls.
Transit declarations interact with a different government system called the New Computerised Transit System (NCTS). This means you may need additional training on how to create, submit and manage your own transit declarations.
Compliance and accuracy is crucial, as declarations are created against a financial security. As such, high quality, practical training is our focus when working with your export teams.
IPAFFS stands for the Import of Products, Animal, Food & Feed System. Products with sanitary and phytosanitary controls require a health declaration to local port health authorities via IPAFFS.
If your business is responsible for submitting their own health declarations and coordinating goods through health controls, you may require training and advice on the best way to manage these processes.
Let us know a little bit about how we can help and one of our customs experts will be in touch to arrange a consultation at the next mutually convenient date.
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