Export Trade Compliance / ChAFTA Declarations of Origin (3 CPD points - Stream A - FTA037)

Russell Wiese (Principal Hunt & Hunt Lawyers) delivered a webinar on 14 August 2017 focussing on explaining the importance of export compliance and using a Declaration of Origin (DoA) under ChAFTA.

Export compliance:
• common export compliance mistakes;
• the export of controlled goods;
• export related revenue issues; and
• how to manage export compliance risks.

Declarations of Origin (DoO) under ChAFTA::
• why use a DoO;
• obtaining an advance ruling from Chinese Customs; and
• tips on using a DoO.

The above activity has received funding from Austrade as part of the Free Trade Agreement Training Provider Grant Program. The views expressed within the activities are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept responsibility for any information or advice contained herein.

Audience

This course is suitable for exporters, customs brokers and freight forwarding staff. It is recommended that business managers and owners take note of requirements and implement measures to meet compliance requirements.

Program structure

Recorded webinar as delivered by Russell Wiese (Partner, Hunt & Hunt Lawyers) – 14 August 2017.

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 by going to "Results & Certificates" with a record maintained on ComplianceNetFTA).

Course Price

EXCLUSIVE TO FTA MEMBERS $38.50

Course Units

Core

  • Export Trade Compliance / ChAFTA Declarations of Origin (3 CPD points - Stream A - CPD037)

    Russell Wiese (Principal Hunt & Hunt Layewrs) delivered a webinar on 14 August 2017 focussing on explaining the importance of export compliance and using a Declaration of Origin (DoA) under ChAFTA.

    Export compliance:
    • common export compliance mistakes;
    • the export of controlled goods;
    • export related revenue issues; and
    • how to manage export compliance risks.

    Declarations of Origin (DoO) under ChAFTA::
    • why use a DoO;
    • obtaining an advance ruling from Chinese Customs; and
    • tips on using a DoO.

    The above activity has received funding from Austrade as part of the Free Trade Agreement Training Provider Grant Program. The views expressed within the activities are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept responsibility for any information or advice contained herein.

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