|Recognised by:||IICM & ILM|
|Course date:||23 May 2013|
Whether you complete returns or rely on your forwarding agents to complete returns, the Principal Company is the party liable (except in certain defined circumstances). To avoid the risk of infringements of the EU Customs Code, proper monitoring of returns has now become essential. This course is a must for those operational and supervisory personnel needing to become familiar with Clearance returns requirements.
- To provide the Exporting, Importing or Logistics company with a clear understanding of the Customs Clearance Process. Companies will be guided in devising practical procedures and assessment processes to avoid infringements of the Customs Regulations.
- To be aware of Irish Revenue’s major concerns regarding data quality on Customs declarations.
- To understand the new penalties introduced by the Finance Act 2011, where declarants who make incorrect returns may be liable to penalties.
Course Benefit Assurance
A detailed review of your customs and trade issues will take place with a pre-course questionnaire review followed by ongoing support for the week following the course.
- Customs framework
- Customs classification
- Rules of Origin
- Customs valuation
- Customs audits and powers
- Customs and foreign trade documents
- Regional trade agreements
- Preferential origin
- Customs economic procedures
- SAD & AEP
- Import and export controls
- Non-tariff barriers
- Customs documentation
- Authorised economic operator
A special discount is available (against the tuition fee) of 20% to a second attendee, when booked together four weeks in advance of the course.
Enquiries & Bookings
To enquire about the course or to reserve a place, contact us by phone: +353 (0) 1 676 6894 or email: email@example.com
For more details see pdf below. Please contact us for bookings.