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An Introduction To Export Procedures. Paid for Event

3 November 2020 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm GMT

Upskill your team’s knowledge with subsidised , fully Accredited Training from Surrey Chambers of Commerce.

The UK government and HMRC are urging UK business to prepare now for the huge opportunities available to them in the International market. At the end of this year we are leaving the EU Single Market and Customs Union, and this means there are both new challenges and new expansion opportunities for businesses and the opportunity to take advantage of global demand for British products and services. To prepare you for the complexities of selling internationally together with the new Exporting rules that will come into force on 1st January 2021, (regardless of deal or no-deal), Surrey Chambers of Commerce is providing International Trade training courses.

The Introduction to Exporting course* will prepare you for the new requirements in 2021 and will cover basic key areas of export and the key elements of international trade.

The course is ideal for for new exporters, or for those who may want to refresh their current knowledge and will outline the fundamentals of the export process, including the additional documentation required and there will be ample opportunity for Q & A.

This is organised in a virtual package comprising of a live webinar.

Delegates: This course is most suitable for new exporters or people working in export but who have never received official training.
The departments within a business that this course would apply to are:

Senior management and directors with oversight responsibilities
Customer Services
Export Administration
Shipping and Distribution
Export Sales
Grant funding: Eligible for £50 million HMRC training funding (www.customsintermediarygrant.co.uk)
Course pre-requisites: none.
Course content is based on the following topics:
What is an Export?
The Export Process
The new Customs requirements from 1st January 2021
Exporter responsibilities and level of risk
Incoterms – What are they and why are they so important in determining risk
Tariff Codes and classification
Export documentation such as commercial invoice, packing list, shipping documents
Origin certificates and how to determine the origin of a product
Trade Agreements – How they work and why interpretation is key
Ongoing help and support from Surrey Chambers

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3 November 2020
9:00 am - 1:00 pm GMT
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Surrey Chambers of Commerce
01483 735540