An Introduction to Customs and Global trade
Deloitte | An Introduction to Customs and Global trade
 
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In order to understand the debates around cross border trade, it is imperative that businesses have a good understanding of customs and global trade topics and the compliance obligations that come with it. Deloitte UK has developed an Introduction to Customs and Global Trade eLearning module to help businesses to navigate the complexities of operating supply chains across borders.

The eLearning is designed to provide an overview of:

  • customs and global trade;
  • the information you need/will need to complete cross border declarations;
  • customs special procedures for managing/suspending duties and import VAT; and
  • best practices on management, compliance and other simplifications such as AEO

The eLearning course has been designed to provide businesses with a ready-made package to give learners a basic understanding of customs and global trade. The course highlights common global trade issues and provides simple explanations on how to manage these in practical examples.

Completing the course will enable you to understand how to manage customs and global trade activity to comply with legislation, and, where possible, identify cash flow and absolute savings through efficient management.

The courses are aimed at those who require a working knowledge of customs and global trade and will be useful for:

  • Supply chain and logistics personnel
  • Procurement teams
  • Finance directors/controllers and accountants
  • Accounts Payable/Accounts Receivable personnel
  • Business Owners and Managers
  • Entrepreneurs

The cost of the eLearning is £300, plus VAT, per licence – each licence being valid for 12 months. A discount of 15% is applicable to orders of 5 - 10. For more than 10 users please contact us to discuss your precise requirements.



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