Competent Person Award recognised by HMRC and the Chamber of Commerce network.
With the UK exit from the European Union, there have been many changes to how international trade is conducted with our friends in the EU. Where once no special export documents were needed when trading in the EU, now all traders are responsible for ensuring they have the knowledge and skills to meet customs formalities and regulations.
Dundee and Angus Chamber training program includes 6 modules related to deepening the participants understanding of international trade through a variety of topics. For each successful completion of a module, the attendee will receive one point towards a formal qualification awarded by the British Chamber of Commerce. After six successful modules, the attendee will receive their Competent Person Award which is recognised by HMRC and the Chamber network.
6 x online modules (30hrs) and course learning files.
6 x 2hr Live Sessions (1 per month)
6 x Assessments
1 x Vocation Qualification
This course is Blended Learning - delivered online.
6 modules that will help you to understand the foundations of International Trade.
The course is split in to 6 different modules that will help you to understand and navigate customs procedures and documentation, Incoterms® 2020, Rules of Origin, Export Documentation, Understanding Exporting and finally Understanding importing.
When you have attained 6 credits, you will be awarded with the Vocational Qualification - International Trade Competent Person’s Award, an official qualification recognised by HMRC and the Chamber network.
This virtual training workshop will prove informative and beneficial for companies who are looking to, or who are already trading outside the EU. It will explain customs systems, procedures, and documentation, help you identify possible cost savings and enable you to meet your international trade customs responsibilities.
International Commercial Terms (INCO) - understand how traders can use them in buyer or seller contracts to make clear who is responsible for the goods at each point of the transport process. The course will also explain the benefits of using INCO terms and what each INCO term means for the buyer and seller, as well as offering sources of further help and advice for traders.
This virtual training workshop will inform you of legal standards supporting the differential treatment of some products based on their country or region of origin.
We'll look at all aspects of export documentation and will seek to establish best practice, emphasising the need for a clear and coherent audit trail for each shipment to ensure customs compliance.
An introduction to the terminology and procedures used in the exporting process and examines the responsibilities and obligations of all parties.
Insight into importing procedures used in the importing process and examines the responsibilities and obligations of all parties.