Up to £2,250 per trainee to cover customs declaration courses
Companies that have until now sold and bought from Europe will have to learn or understand the rules of export and import.
International trade is dynamic, exhilarating and at times plainly confusing for the uninitiated. There is a raft of obligations with regards customs declarations, preference and tariffs and that is before you even consider the implications of any trade wars that seem imminent. Clearly there is a lot to be learnt so we at International Trade Matters are delighted to note that Grant funding from HM Government has been reinstated until 31st January 2021.
However, funds are limited so companies that wish to learn how to trade internationally need to be agile right now as we are coming out of lockdown.
The countdown to final Brexit is on, funding is limited, time is limited, there is no time to prevaricate.
International Trade Matters can:
- Provide bespoke training eligible for support.
- Deliver excellent, accredited courses via local Chambers of Commerce.
- Mix and match to suit your requirements.
To apply, your business must either complete customs declarations for yourself or someone else (or intend to in the future) and you must import from or export to the EU.
The grant available from the UK Government will give you up to 100% of the cost of training for your employees, up to a limit of £2,250 per trainee.
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International Trade Matters Training Packages
Your grant could cover a selection of the following courses, delivered through your Chamber of Commerce or through a bespoke International Trade Matters programme tailored to your company, sector and ambition:
- Introduction to International Trade/Understanding Exporting
- Export and Import Documentation 2021: Providing the correct paperwork after Brexit
- Duty Drivers: Preference, Origins, Tariffs and Codes: Identify and declare products and taxes correctly to avoid overpayment.
- Incoterms 2020: Understand the latest industry standard freight terminology and what it means for your business
- Customs Special Procedures: Understand how the Union Customs Code affects Customs Warehousing, Free Zones, Temporary Admissions, Goods Processing
- Inward & Outward Processing: Obtain relief from customs duties and import VAT on goods
- Import Procedures: Comprehensive guidance on your importing processes
- Methods of Payment/Letters of Credit: Reducing exposure and risk in overseas business
- Agents & Distributors: Navigating the various approaches to establishing an overseas presence
- Licensing, End Use, Sanctions & Quotas: Maintaining control of your products and services in foreign markets
- AEO/AE authorisations, Customs CCG and Deferrals: Achieving recognised status, authorisations and guarantees to ensure smooth transactions
- Customs Declarations: What, why, when and how to submit declarations correctly
To find out how we can tailor a bespoke package to your team within the available funding provision, get in touch today: