Brexit Customs Level 1- Dublin


In association with the Irish Exporters Association ("IEA"), this course provides participants with insights of how to manage their dealings with EU customs efficiently and is the first of two customs training sessions being delivered. 'Brexit Customs Level 1' will run in the morning and participants can book either the morning, or afternoon session, or both. Courses are being run in Belfast, Derry, Dublin and Newry.

Venue details:  
Chartered Accountants House, , Dublin
Start date & time:  
03 October 2019 09:30
End date & time:  
03 October 2019 13:00
Price: €150.00  (€120.00 Member price)
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Speaker details
First nameLast name
Anthony Buckley


Product type:  
CPD course

Who should attend

This course is suitable for accountants, and other business professionals, who have limited knowledge of customs. Attendees can be working in practice, finance, procurement, supply chain, operations or freight forwarding. No previous experience or knowledge of customs is required.

Course overview

  • The role of customs, examples of types of movements and the interaction with customs and other agencies
  • Engaging with customs, registration, definition of "economic operator", roles of producer, consignor, transport operator, consignee, accountant, customs agent
  • Payment of duty, excise and VAT. Deferred payment and financial guarantees
  • Classification, including the harmonized system, understanding different regimes (Customs and Border Protection/European Union), simple/complex products, reclassification of products and voluntary disclosure
  • Origin, specifically country of dispatch vs origin, non-preferential/preferential origin and free trade agreements
  • Valuation including calculation of Single Administration Documents, audit requirements, custom brokers and customs brokerage audits

Key learning outcomes

By the end of this course, participants will be able to

  • Have a basic understanding of the customs regime
  • Comprehend the different custom regimes and classifications
  • Appreciate the importance of origin in terms of customs
  • Understand the valuation calculations required

Speaker Bio

Tony was previously Head of Customs Division and Corporate Affairs Division at the Revenue leading on issues of customs policy, legislation and procedures, as well as corporate governance, communications, risk and economic and statistical analysis. He previously managed the South West integrated Revenue Region, responsible for 800 staff dealing with tax compliance, customer relations, customs and excise.