Step by step guidance on completing Customs Declarations
One day face-to-face training course
Our new one-day training course will highlight what you need to know to complete customs declarations accurately and efficiently both import and export of goods, including taking you through step-by-step guidance on completing the SAD C88 form.
Part two of the training will detail many of the common pitfalls and makes attendees aware of some of the mistakes made by newcomers to customs declarations.
This training course offers a very detailed and comprehensive look at the information that is required to be submitted to customs to enable goods to be imported and exported. It also looks at the differences between EU and non EU trade.
Delays, fines and inspections are things that no company wants to endure, hence this course will equip attendees with the information to be able to understand what is required to comply with customs and if at any time an audit by HMRC was required, then to be able to be prepared.
We have several level 3 qualifications available to you at this stage of your Customs Pathway and you should choose the pathway that best reflects your business needs or personal interests.
Customs Practitioner Award
The new Customs Practitioner Award has been launched to meet the growing demand for customs professionals. Businesses involved in all aspects of international trade have an increasing need to comply with complex customs regulations, especially in an environment which has been subject to several years of change and uncertainty.
You can achieve a Level 3 Customs Practitioner Award by completing four of our world-renowned customs training courses and sitting a multiple choice assessment (online):
The advanced option of our Customs Practitioner Award looks at the four units covered in the Level 3, with two additional units looking at Export Licensing Controls and Excise Duties and Procedures
You can achieve a Level 4 Customs Practitioner Award by completing all six of our world-renowned customs training courses and completing two x 3000 written assessments. Learners will have six weeks to complete the assessment from date of the question being issued.
This qualification from the Institute of Export & International Trade covers a comprehensive and in-depth range of topics in customs and trade compliance and regulation.
The online education programme leads to a full customs qualification at Level 5 Diploma level and is designed to fit around a full-time career, with online study supported by contact with tutors, webinars, video sessions and podcasts.