Customs Essentials for Accountants

Summary

This Virtual Classroom course provides accountants with the information required to provide meaningful responses to clients seeking guidance on Brexit. The course is focused on practical situations - heavy on case studies and includes extensive take-away reference material. It focuses on completion of a customs declaration using Thyme-IT software. This is an excellent foundation for anyone intending to offer customs advice or broker services

Venue details:  
Virtual Classroom, ,
Start date & time:  
03 June 2020 09:30
End date & time:  
03 June 2020 17:30
Price:  
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Training ticket cost:  
8.00
CPD hours:  
8.00
Speaker details
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Multi Speaker

Description

Product type:  
CPD online course
Category:  
Practice and business improvement, Tax, Technology and data

This course will follow the Virtual Classroom format and will encompass a full day's worth of learning. A number of online interactive live sessions will take place which will focus on collaborative learning and developing context around the subject matter, building on the self-managed learning. The online interactive live sessions will utilise the functionality of our online learning platform and will be an engaging collaborative manner of learning.

Who Should Attend

This Virtual Classroom course provides accountants with the information required to provide meaningful responses to clients seeking guidance on Brexit. The course is focused on practical situations - heavy on case studies and includes extensive take-away reference material. It focuses on completion of a customs declaration using Thyme-IT software. This is an excellent foundation for anyone intending to offer customs advice or broker services

Course Overview

This course will follow the Virtual Classroom format and will encompass a full day's worth of learning. A number of online interactive live sessions will take place which will focus on collaborative learning and developing context around the subject matter, building on the self-managed learning. The online interactive live sessions will utilise the functionality of our online learning platform and will be an engaging collaborative manner of learning.

  • Customs in Practice - Examples of Export, Import, and Transit
  • Trade in Agri-Food (SPS) goods and other special goods
  • Customs Legislation and Regulation Overview
  • Brexit implications East-West and North-South
  • International Trade - Incoterms, certification, liability
  • Role of the Customs Agent
  • How to file a customs declaration - a practical demonstration using Thyme-IT software
  • The practical needs of business and the skills required to meet them
  • Q&A and panel discussion

    Key Learning Outcomes

    • Appreciate the impact of Brexit and its challenges for Irish businesses
    • Have an overview of the relevant legislation and procedures
    • Be better able to engage with clients seeking customs advice
    • Build on existing skills to effectively fulfil customs obligations
    • Be better equipped to prepare a customs declaration
    • Understand the role of the customs agent
    • Develop a roadmap for professional development as a customs adviser or agent

    Speaker Bio's

    Tony Buckley: Tony was Head of the Customs Division in Revenue (Assistant Secretary-General) until mid-2018 and was Revenue's lead on Brexit. He represented Ireland internationally on customs matters. During 27 years at Revenue he had a wide variety of senior management roles in tax, governance and training. He now works as a consultant (Anthony Buckley Consulting Ltd) using his wide knowledge of tax and customs, and develops and delivers training, including for CAI, IEA and CILT Skillnet

    Vera Murphy:Vera is a consultant (Bevan Murphy Consulting Ltd) with experience of training companies in all aspects of customs competency including the necessary practical skillset to submit declarations and act as customs brokers. She is a Member of the Brexit Advisory Panel for Enterprise Ireland and Intertrade Ireland and has delivered customs training on behalf of the Irish Exporters Association. She formerly held senior Business Development Positions with two of the top 5 Global Forwarding Companies