This practical training session will focus on awareness of the what, where, when and how of customs processes and documentation required after Brexit, including the best sequencing and management of events. More importantly, the session will highlight the potential challenges and pitfalls associated with getting processes and paperwork wrong! This interactive conference will uniquely cover a range of real-life scenario examples to provide relevant context to the required processes. The aim will be to deliver practical advice, as well as the theory.
Although there will be a phased approach to the additional customs procedures that are set to be introduced, there will be added customs requirements as early as 1st January 2021. There is plenty that importers, exporters and hauliers can prepare now, and this course will provide delegates with guidance on getting ready.
Rob Hardy is founder of the Customs Clearance Consortium, a renowned BREXIT advisor and a registered expert with the EU Commission.
Who should attend?
These workshops are essential for anyone concerned with importing and/or exporting goods into or out of the island of Ireland, including representatives at all levels from:
What Will Be Covered?
At the end of the training you will understand the what, where, when and how of customs processes and documentation required after Brexit, including the best sequencing and management of events. You will also be able to analyse your supply chain, identify potential pitfalls and create a simple action plan for your business to be able to navigate Brexit.
Dates / Times
16th OR 23rd September 2020
Given the current social distancing guidelines this is a blended delivery programme. Participants have the option of socially-distanced in-centre training at TTS or can join online via Zoom.
Cost: £100+VAT per person
These courses are eligible for government grant funding via the HMRC Customs Grant Scheme.
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