Trainers: Strong & Herd LLP
What is this course about?
If you have been exporting as a company for years it is sometimes frustrating to see that the majority of training is for beginners as an introduction to exporting. This 2 hour session is to bridge that gap by looking at compliance, record keeping and the changes that have recently happened of which all exporters need to be aware.
Prior experience or attendance on an introduction session is recommended.
This session will cover:
Record keeping if you are an exporting using preferential trade agreements
Evidence of export for VAT purposes, linked to the shipping term used in the contract
Indirect exports, where you may not be named as the exporter, can you still VAT zero-rate?
Understanding your overseas customers import requirements and how to assist when preparing UK paperwork
Temporary movements of goods whether to return unchanged or after a process
Returning goods after repair, process or no longer required. How do we link the export to the import
Who should attend?
Everyone who has any connection with sales or purchases and the international supply chain. This seminar will remove misunderstanding and shine a light on which terms are better for your individual business needs.
The following are examples of the type of company personnel who need to keep up-to-date:
Shipping department trainees
Export administrators and managers who have had some formal training
Buyers, purchasing and procurement staff who need to understand key issues to correctly obtain prices and understand the true “cost of ownership”
Sales and Customer service administrators who need to understand what they are contracting
Freight forwarders and clearing agents who may be asked by their clients to make this important legal decision when entering goods to customs
Strong & Herd LLP are well respected consultants and trainers in all areas of International Trade. They work closely with H&W Chamber of Commerce and have alliances with the Institute of Export & International Trade (IOE). The International chamber of Commerce ICC, the British Exporters Association (BEXA), Croner (Wolters Kluwer), HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) and others.