Achieving Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) Status
Classroom: £329 +VAT per person
AEO is an accreditation scheme that can provide many international trade simplifications and benefits to importers and exporters. It demonstrates that your role within the international supply chain is secure and that your customs controls and procedures are compliant and efficient. Whatever form Brexit takes, being able to demonstrate this competency will become more and more important for UK organisations in the future.
To achieve AEO status there is a lengthy and rigorous process that UK companies must go through with HMRC. The aim of this one-day course is to help you understand the AEO requirements and benefits that can be gained in achieving AEO status. It will guide you through the application process and enable you to help your organisation achieve and crucially, maintain AEO status. The course will also highlight the pitfalls that companies typically experience and explain how to avoid delays and mistakes.
“Excellent content and came away knowing what I need to know. ”
“Great knowledge from Steve. A dry subject well covered.”
“A very informative course delivered in a manner which was easy to understand and also with reference to our own company and the way we need to move forward.”
“A clear and concise overview of what's needed to achieve AEO status. Interesting to hear views of an experienced practitioner and other trainees who are looking at this too.”
Warehouse and Logistics Manager
“Great pace. Able to ask questions as and when. Great accompanying notes / hand-outs.”
Head of Operations
“Presented in a very clear way, covering the major pitfalls in the AEO application process.”
All people responsible for managing and administrating your international supply chains including people from your import, export, finance, logistics and legal teams, and those who will be responsible for compliance with the scheme.
Some of the many potential benefits of achieving AEO status include…
Steve Hudson MIEx is an experienced International Trade and Logistics professional with over 30 years of experience. He has been involved in importing and exporting both operationally and also as an international trade consultant. He now provides advice and support to clients on Customs related issues. Steve has spoken widely on Customs and is a committee member of the Automated Customs and International Trade Association (ACITA).
Before becoming an International Trade Consultant, Steve was the International Trade Manager at GE Healthcare and he successfully helped them achieve AEO status in the UK and in several other countries in Europe.
Helen has worked for 25 years in International Trade, primarily as a Freight Forwarder in both sales and operational roles, delivering global supply chain solutions. She has delivered training for 15 years to freight forwarders and importers and exporters on numerous subjects, from Supply Chain Management to Incoterms and Customs Processes.
Helen is a fully qualified trainer offering a variety of International Trade courses and is an approved Certified Instructor on behalf of the Department for Transport & Civil Aviation Authority to deliver Air Cargo Security Training in accordance with the National Aviation Security Policy.