Understanding Commodity Codes (BCC Accredited)

Dec 11, 2023

 

This course is designed for people who might be called upon to contribute to a correct description of goods traded internationally for both export and import declarations. This can range from complete beginners with no qualifications to experienced traders who want to refresh their knowledge.

 It is also extremely beneficial for management staff that supervise or check sensitive customs declarations.

 Several practical exercises are included in this course to ensure attendees have a strong grasp of commodity codes.

 

What we will cover

 ·         Why do we need Commodity codes and who is responsible

 ·         Explanation of the harmonized system

 ·         Review the UK Trade Tariff and how to classify using

  • The General Interpretative Rules (GIR)
  •    Chapters
  • Headings
  • Subheadings
  • Chapter, Subheading and Section Notes

·         Commodity code allocation

·         Customs measures

·         Practical exercises

 

Please note the price quoted is for non-members excluding VAT, MY Export Hub Members are eligible for a discounted rate of £170.00 + VAT per person.

 

 

 

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Start Date & Time: 2024-03-21 09:30:00
End Date & Time: 2024-03-21 12:30:00

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