Export Practice and Procedures
Classroom: £329 +VAT per person
It is essential to understand the risks and practicalities of exporting goods, as mistakes can result in delay of the goods, customer service failures and financial loss.
The course provides a complete overview of the export process from the first enquiry to final arrival of the goods, and suggests some “best practice”.
It will explain export terminology, consider the exporter’s compliance obligations and detail the necessary documentation. The course will also explore the possible implications of Brexit.
“Delivered at a level of understanding for all attendees to take something away and benefit them to fulfil their role. All in all a very informative training course.”
“My knowledge of Export Procedures & Controls is now tenfold and I would without doubt consider attending further UK Training Presentations.”
“Very informative and useful course. Highlighted many areas to work on or follow up.”
Customer Service Assistant
“Very engaging - making a potentially 'dry' topic interesting. Thank you.”
“Very interesting - lots of great content.”
“Most interesting informative day. I really enjoyed the subject matter and the detail. Thank you.”
Regulatory Affairs Manager & RP
The course will start with the basics and will benefit anyone involved in selling, marketing, despatching or shipping goods overseas. If you are considering whether or where to export your goods then this course is an essential starting point for you.
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.
Keith offers advice and support for businesses across all areas of customs. In his former role with HMRC, and previously HM Customs & Excise, for over 32 years he worked in various aspects of customs work including Customs law and facilitations. He worked extensively on the introduction of the Union Customs Code (UCC), Customs Special Procedures and he is a champion of the Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) accreditation scheme having trained HMRC staff and having worked with the EU, Brazilian Customs and US Customs & Border Protection with their AEO/CTPAT programmes for which he was awarded the WCO Certificate of Merit. He is a very experienced trainer delivering courses for International Trade Associations and businesses in all areas of customs development since 2002.