ABF - Trade & Customs compliance focus for 2016 (3 CPD points - Stream A - CPD0182)

Jack McGrath (Acting Inspector | Compliance Coordination and Engagement Customs Compliance Branch) outlines the following areas of compliance - cargo reporting - (timeliness / deficient information); Tariff Concession Orders: undervaluation through mis-use of SAC declarations / not including production assist costs / incorrect declaration of total or unit price; and ban on asbestos

Audience

The session is ideal for importers, customs brokers and freight forwarders to remain at the forefront of contemporary compliance activity.

Program structure

Recorded session presented by Jack McGrath, Acting Inspector | Compliance Coordination and Engagement Customs Compliance Branch - Australian Border Force - 6 April 2016 2016

Timeframe

Duration 1 hour

Assessment

An optional assessment is available with 10 multiple choice questions. Students must attain an 80% pass mark to qualify for customs broker CPD points (an online certificate will be available to download or print with a record maintained on ComplianceNetFTA).

Course Price

EXCLUSIVE TO FTA MEMBERS $38.50

Course Units

Core

  • Trade and customs compliance focus for 2016 (3 CPD points - Stream A - CPD0182)

    Hear from the Australian Border force about the focus of compliance activity for 2016

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