Import Practice and Procedures
Classroom: £329 +VAT per person
This course offers those involved in importing a comprehensive understanding of this complex subject. It examines the essentials of importing and considers more advanced issues – helping you understand the practicalities, costs and risks involved.
This course will provide useful tips for supplier management and will provide an insight into tariff codes, rules of origin, import documentation, supply chain costs and risks, customs duties, taxes and reliefs and facilitate compliance with UK/EU legislation and HMRC requirements.
It will highlight recent changes due to the inception of Union Customs Code as well as exploring the possible implications of Brexit.
“It was very informative and the explanations were very clear. I have definitely learned a lot today that I can take back to work.”
“I really enjoyed the course – it was well presented and pitched at the right level. John was keen to answer any queries that arose and take the time to explain.”
Head of Tax
“Excellent presenter - made understanding the subject very easy.”
“The trainer was informed and flexible in his approach, which accompanied with his use of real life examples and anecdotes, made the subject very accessible.”
This course is a complete guide and explains everything you need to know about:
Whether you are involved in procurement, import administration, finance, shipping administration, sourcing or customer services, you will benefit greatly from attending this course.
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.