The purpose of the course :
Completing Customs Declarations for imports can be one of the biggest challenges, join us to understand what information is needed to be able to complete one successfully – whether you are considering doing this yourself – or using a Customs Intermediary / Freight Agent / Customs Broker. We will also discuss why it is important that you retain a clear audit trail in order to meet Import Compliance, make you aware of the changes on the horizon in 2021 – including exiting the transition period and speak about the Customs Declaration Service and what will this mean for your Imports.
Benefits for your organisation :
This course will deliver an overview of the details that are needed for the completion of a Customs Declaration for Import. Knowing the terminology and your obligations as an Importer will ensure you benefit from smooth import customs clearance and help you understand your obligations for declaring your Imports to HMRC, to ensure you will pass a Customs Compliance Audit.
Who is this course for ?
Those involved in the processing of import documentation and organising shipment of goods. This course is suitable as a start up for beginners, as well as a refresher course for those more experienced Importers.
Topics Covered :
- Import Customs Declarations from 1st January 2021
- Imports to EU & ROW
- Procedures for declaring standard & controlled goods
- Overview on Tariff Classification
- Origin Rules - Continuity Agreements
- Customs Valuation
- Duties & VAT
- Compliance & record keeping
Date: Tuesday 15th December 2020 9.15am to 12.45pm
Cost to attend: Members £150.00 + VAT and Non-Members £175.00 + VAT
By the end of the course, delegates will be able to :
12.45: Training ends
Plan for making Customs Declarations yourself, or being able to accurately instruct a Customs Intermediary/Freight Agent/Customs Broker to complete these on your behalf. Understand your obligations for declaring your Imports to HMRC, to ensure you will pass a Customs Compliance Audit.