Date: 22nd July 2020
Time: 10:00am - 12:30pm
Course description: This course explores current trade agreements, rules of origin, how to establish where goods originate "officially" and the internal factors necessary to support origin declarations. The UK will be negotiating, during the transitional period of Brexit, a series of trade agreements. Based on current commentary of a “Canada” style model, this may result in the use of rules of origin to determine which product groups will get preference. Trade agreements give preference to agreed products between two trading nations or trading blocs. Preference means that importers and exporters can benefit from either free or a reduced rate of import duty.
Who should attend? This course is suitable for companies new to international trade as well as experienced companies who may want to refresh and update their knowledge. It is especially beneficial for staff who work in export sales, purchasing, logistics, accountancy, import and export shipping departments, customer services, import and export administration.
Government funding: The UK government is offering funding for businesses who undergo training courses that help them complete customs declarations and processes. This is one of the courses eligible for government funding. Find out more at https://www.gov.uk/guidance/grants-for-businesses-that-complete-customs-declarations
If you are a member, please get in touch with Randa El-Daouk at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to access the member price