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​​​​​Great News!  Now available via live virtual classroom.   

Delegates can ask questions either live or via chat and a slide pack will be provided.
We look forward to welcoming you to our live virtual classroom - book now to ensure your place!

he UK left the European Union on 31st January 2020.  

The Transition Period ended on 31st December 2021 at which point new rules applied to every movement of goods between the UK and the EU. 

This is a ‘must have’ course for anyone who exports to or imports goods from the EU.  If you know what to do there is no need to panic, expect delays or incur massive costs and you might even be able to use the changes to your advantage!

Our customs and international trade expert practitioner will lead you through the new regulations without bombarding you with technical terms and legal jargon, answering your questions on the spot.

This course will show you in easy to understand descriptions and diagrams:

  • what the new rules are
  • what changes with staged imports to GB on 1st October, 1st January 2022 and 1st March 2022
  • what you have to do in practical terms to get your goods to destination
  • finding the tariff code (commodity code), customs value, origin and CPC codes
  • how to get a customs declaration (customs entry) completed
  • how to work with a freight agent / freight forwarder/courier
  • your legal obligations
  • HMRC record keeping requirements
  • your legal liabilities
  • the tax implications (import duty and VAT)
  • how much import duty and import VAT will you have to pay under the UK Global Tariff (UKGT) and the EU Central Tariff
  • how to pay import duty and import VAT
  • options for avoiding or delaying the payment of import duty such as Customs Warehousing, Inward Processing Relief etc.
  • which Incoterms®2020 to avoid and which to use (Ex Works, FCA, CIP, DAP, DDP etc.)
  • necessary contractual changes to sales and purchase agreements
  • the implications for customers and suppliers

The UK-EU Trade and Co-Operation Agreement (TCA), the so-called Free Trade Agreement does not alter any of the processes required to move goods across borders.  It does offer an opportunity for some goods that meet the strict rules of origin to be charged lower rates of import duty.

No previous experience of exporting or importing is required.

What’s included:

A full slide pack is provided for future reference.  All delegates receive a Certificate of Attendance for their training records.

The course runs from 10am to approx. 5pm

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