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Export Documentation Process Form 

 

Overview

When importing or exporting, the right paperwork is crucial. Missing or inaccurate documents can increase risks, lead to delays and extra costs, or even prevent a deal from being completed. Understanding the regulations and related compliance is essential to generating and retaining profits.

The objective of this course is to examine the many aspects of international documentation, the reasoning behind the requirements, their content, free trade agreements and addressing how it should be prepared along with when and where it should be presented.

There are particular regulations around certain documents and the course will examine ways to prepare the relevant paperwork and provide the in depth knowledge required to operate an effective and compliant export documentation process.

 

Who should attend

  • People who may be new to exporting
  • Experienced business people who may need to keep up with industry updates

 

Learning outcomes

Documentation
  • The role of the export administrator
  • Content requirements for documents
  • Tariff codes
  • Proving origin
  • EC certificate of origin
  • ABCC Certificate of origin
  • Preference documentation
  • Export Licensing requirements
  • Pre- Inspection certificates
  • Export invoices
  • Packing list and requirements
Goods into Port/Airport
  • The importance of ECSI
  • Known Shipper Security (Airfreight)
  • SSN AND DGN
  • Customs Entries
Proof of Export to satisfy HMRC

Overview of:

  • Bills of Lading
  • Airway bills
  • Certificates of Shipment
  • CMR Notes
  • Fulfilling HMRC requirements
  • Administration and record keeping
Payment methods and payment documentation
  • Ensuring payment
  • Cargo Insurance
  • Payment methods
  • Documentary collections
  • An introduction to Letters of Credit
Customs Compliance
  • Invoicing and VAT
  • Intrastats
  • ChIEF
  • Freight forwarders and their role
  • Working with CHIEF/NES
  • CPC codes
  • Statistical values
  • Policing export control
  • AEO status
  • Processing shipments
  • Complying with IPR and customs relief
  • Customs audits

 

The Presenter - Sue Wright FIEx (Grad)

Sue began her shipping career in 1989 in an engineering company in Nottingham, shipping industrial weighing machines and parts worldwide. Such was her passion for the industry and subject that she went on to study through the IOE&IT qualifications and in 2000 qualified at Diploma level. With this achievement she was offered a position as Shipping Manager in an engineering and manufacturing company who exported entire projects worldwide. This included cross trade and imports. Read more

 

Member price - £260 + VAT

Non-member price - £360 + VAT

Join the Institute from as little as £65 and save over £100 on your training course!

 

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

This course is CPD certified - 12.5 points

 

Dates and locations

Start date    

   End date    

   Location   

 
22/11/2017 22/11/2017 London Book now
29/11/2017 29/11/2017 Birmingham Book now
12/12/2017 12/12/2017  London  Book now
14/12/2017 14/12/2017 Manchester Book now
 23/01/2017 23/01/2017  London  Book now

 

Related courses:    
Effective Incoterms    letters of credit    uk us export controls
Effective Incoterms Letters of Credit UK & US Export Controls: A Basic Understanding

 

 

To discuss our training courses:
Call +44 (0)1733 404400
Email training@export.org.uk