RCEP and the supply chain highlights from the Home Affairs Industry Summit (3 CPD points - Stream A - FTA128)

Audience

This course is suitable for importers, exporters, customs brokers and managers.

Program structure

Russell Wiese (Principal, Hunt & Hunt Lawyers) delivered a webinar on Friday 27 November 2020. The session will provide commentary an update on supply chain developments from the Home Affairs Industry Summit including:

  1. benefits of RCEP for Australian importers and exporters;
  2. rules of origin and documentary requirements under RCEP;
  3. how does RCEP impact on global supply chains; and
  4. the important takeaways from the Home Affairs Industry Summit.

 

Timeframe

Duration: 60 minutes

Assessment

An optional assessment is available with multiple choice questions. Students must attain an 80% pass mark to qualify for customs broker CPD points. An online certificate can be downloaded on completion via "My Courses" and selecting the certificate icon. An attainment statement of all completed CPD/CBC is available in "My Accounts". Results will also be recorded and maintained on ComplianceNetFTA.

Course Price

EXCLUSIVE TO FTA MEMBERS $38.50

Course Units

Core

  • RCEP and the supply chain highlights from the Home Affairs Industry Summit (3 CPD points - Stream A - FTA128)

    Australia became a party to the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, the World's largest Free Trade Agreement. The Department of Home Affairs hosted a supply chain focused Industry Summit.

    Hunt & Hunt Lawyers and Freight & Trade Alliance (FTA) will provide an update on supply chain developments including:
    benefits of RCEP for Australian importers and exporters;
    rules of origin and documentary requirements under RCEP;
    how does RCEP impact on global supply chains; and
    the important takeaways from the Home Affairs Industry Summit.

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