Introduction to Customs Procedures & Supply Chain Management

About the Course

The UK are set to leave the EU shortly and whatever the outcome of the exit negotiations this training will help you understand and prepare for the changes to the supply chain for post Brexit trading.

 

Price:   Price available on application  
Location:   Monthly courses available in Dublin, Portlaoise, Cork, Galway, Athlone, Dundalk, Waterford, and Kerry
Date: Available on application
Duration:   3.5 hours per course

 

 

Course Aims & Objectives:  

  • Develop an understanding of the importance of a global supply chain
  • Appreciate the risks and a range of factors that affect world trade
  • Become familiar with customs procedures for different markets
  • Highlight the controls of enforcement agencies.

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Course Content:

  • The importance of a mutual supply chain
  • Main goals of a supply chain
  • Irish Government Brexit position
  • Free movement of goods and The Single Market
  • Customs union
  • Global supply chain risks
  • Main issues facing Irish transport and logistics sector
  • Trade links and opportunities
  • Issues for the industry and Planning better solutions
  • Supporting policy and regulating measures
  • Customs procedures (AEO) and Customs documentation

Who Should Attend?

This course would be ideal for:

  • All administration staff dealing with import, export and shipping transactions
  • Transport Managers
  • Logistics, Shipping and Supply Chain Managers
  • Finance, Procurement, Compliance and Export Sales Managers

 

 

Course Outcome:

All participants will be expected to demonstrate their understanding by continuous assessment during the course.

 

Certification:

CILT certificate of completion