Regional Customs Training 2019

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Regional Customs Training 2019

Applications are now open for Bord Bia's Regional Customs Training Programme which aims to provide practical training to companies on the basic principles and requirements of customs, tariffs and non-EU trade. This will help companies prepare for Brexit, market diversification and will also support current and new business development.

If you would like to avail of Bord Bia's free Regional Customs Training programme in 2019, please register for either Regional Group 1 or Regional Group 2 at the links found below.

Note: Clients may only apply to one of the two regional groups. Participants must be available to attend all sessions in their selected regional group in order to be accepted on to this programme.

Regional Group 1

Location: Horse and Jockey Hotel, Kilnoe, Thurles, Co. Tipperary

Session 1 – 20th February 2019

The first session will introduce participants to Customs and Trade requirements when exporting to a non-EU country. The session will cover areas such as the import and export process, customs clearance documents, veterinary inspections, supply chain mapping, exposure to tariffs and non-tariff barriers.

Session 2 – 6th March 2019

The second session will focus on determining rule of classification, calculating cost implications from tariffs and duties, rules of origin and AEO.

Individual Mentoring – Date TBC

Each company will receive an individual bespoke two hour consultation to review their progress in identify customs, tariffs, AEO and other implications on their exports to non-EU markets.

Register for Customs Training Regional Group 1: Horse & Jockey

Regional Group 2

Location: Sheraton Athlone Hotel, Gleeson St, Loughanaskin, Athlone, Co. Westmeath

Session 1 – 26th February 2019

The first session will introduce participants to Customs and Trade requirements when exporting to a non-EU country. The session will cover areas such as the import and export process, customs clearance documents, veterinary inspections, supply chain mapping, exposure to tariffs and non-tariff barriers.

Session 2 – 11th March 2019

The second session will focus on determining rule of classification, calculating cost implications from tariffs and duties, rules of origin and AEO.

Individual Mentoring – Date TBC

Each company will receive an individual bespoke two hour consultation to review their progress in identify customs, tariffs, AEO and other implications on their exports to non-EU markets.

Register for Customs Training Regional Group 2: Athlone

Support

If you would like to find out more about the Customs Training Programme, please contact shane.hamill@bordbia.ie.