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Inward/Outward Processing – New BCC Accredited - Nottingham

Host: East Midlands Chamber
Venue: Nottingham Office
Date: Tuesday 4th December, 2018
Time: 9.30am - 16.30pm
Cost: Member £260 + VAT - Non Member £350 + VAT
Since the introduction of UCC in May 2016, many features of these cash-saving measures for exporters and importers have changed. This course is the accredited 'update' for all users.
This course has been developed to introduce delegates to the methods of obtaining relief from customs duty and VAT on their international transactions through operating IP and OPR. The latest procedures - introduced by UCC regulations - are explained in detail, together with how they are best managed.

Workshop Programme in Detail



• OPR - types and authorisation
• Basic procedures
• IP - the outline
• IP types and applications
• IP reporting
• CPCs, Economic Codes and Rates of Yield
• Revised reporting formats

Course Outcome



Delegates will leave the course with the understanding to be able to assess whether these measures are suitable for their company together with the processes for application and the required returns. They will understand the need for a good internal audit trail and the necessary documents which are required to support a Customs audit.

Who Should Attend



Staff who are going to be involved in the process whether that be from a shipping or accounts perspective.

Course Delivery



This one day workshop is delivered in a board room style environment from the Chambers modern training facilities and is limited to a maximum of 15 delegates. Lunch and refreshments are provided as part of this workshop and there is no requirement for delegates to bring any stationery or IT equipment.

About the Trainer



The trainer for this event is John Robinson, a Fellow of the Institute of Export. John has worked with the Chamber over a number of years to provide International Trade training courses of the very
highest standard.
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