AS A CHAMBER MEMBER YOU'RE WELL CONNECTED

Menu

Training Courses in Sussex

Sussex Chamber of Commerce provides a wide range of high quality training courses across the Sussex region. Training courses are ways of improving the effectiveness of your current workforce, but they are also attractive benefits for ambitious people.

 

Training isn't just important to a company, it is vital. Training benefits your company and your employees who will have an increased ability to respond effectively to change and develop their skill set which in turn will allow them to undertake a greater variety of work.

 

All scheduled courses are held at The King's Church Mid-Sussex, 33 - 35 Victoria Rd, Burgess Hill, RH15 9LR

 

Upcoming Training Courses

Categories

Becoming an Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) - January

09:30 AM - 12:30 PMThe King's Church

The object of AEO status is to encourage all parties that impact on the international supply chain to achieve a certificated standard that will become an internationally recognised quality mark. This will include importers and exporters, warehouse operators, agents, freight forwarders and carriers.   

READ MORE

An Introduction to Export Operations

09:30 AM - 16:30 PMThe King's Church

This export training course is designed to provide an overview of the terminology, procedures and documentation used in the export process and to promote awareness of the responsibilities and obligations of all parties. Attendees should should gain an overview of the export process from first enquiry to arrival of the goods at destination and the course will highlight the possible pitfalls that can await the unwary. It will include a summary of The New Incoterms®2010 Rules.

READ MORE

A Foundation Course in Importing

09:30 AM - 16:30 PMThe King's Church

This import training course will offer practical guidance on the latest procedures, terminology and documentation required for successful importing. It will highlight some of the pitfalls that often cause importers to incur unnecessary costs and delays in arrival of goods and suggest some ways of avoiding these. It will increase understanding of Customs rules and compliance procedures and look briefly at some of the duty reliefs available. The import training course will include a summary of The New Incoterms® 2010 Rules.

READ MORE

Classification of Goods Using Commodity & Tariff Codes

09:30 AM - 12:30 PMThe King's Church

The correct classification of goods using commodity and tariff codes is fundamental for customs compliance, establishing correct duty rates, origin of goods, intrastat, export control, security and many other customs procedures. Using the most appropriate code is the legal obligation of the trader, and should not be delegated to other parties or agents.

READ MORE

Using Documentary Letters of Credit, Drafts & Bills - February

09:30 AM - 16:30 PMThe King's Church

This seminar will examine the Letter of Credit process in detail and offer guidance on how to create a workable credit. It will consider the different interests of the exporter, importer and the banks and methods of reducing the risks for all parties.It will also suggest methods of creating and collating accurate documents; explain the role of the draft (Bill of Exchange); consider the options for negotiation of the credit and the current version of the rules that govern letters of credit (UCP600).

READ MORE

Exporting - Understanding the Paperwork - March

09:30 AM - 16:30 PMThe King's Church

Export Documentation problems will often lead to delays in getting goods to customers, increased costs and charges, and a breakdown of goodwill between seller and buyer. Changes to regulations and requirements often pass unnoticed or are misunderstood.This export training course will address all these issues and more. It will examine all aspects of export documentation from first enquiry to arrival of the goods at destination and will seek to establish best practice, emphasising the need for a clear and coherent audit trail for each shipment to ensure customs compliance.

READ MORE

A Foundation Course in Importing

09:30 AM - 16:30 PMThe King's Church

This import training course will offer practical guidance on the latest procedures, terminology and documentation required for successful importing. It will highlight some of the pitfalls that often cause importers to incur unnecessary costs and delays in arrival of goods and suggest some ways of avoiding these. It will increase understanding of Customs rules and compliance procedures and look briefly at some of the duty reliefs available. The import training course will include a summary of The New Incoterms® 2010 Rules.

READ MORE

Classification of Goods Using Commodity & Tariff Codes - May

09:30 AM - 12:30 PMThe King's Church

The correct classification of goods using commodity and tariff codes is fundamental for customs compliance, establishing correct duty rates, origin of goods, intrastat, export control, security and many other customs procedures. Using the most appropriate code is the legal obligation of the trader, and should not be delegated to other parties or agents.

READ MORE

An Introduction to Export Operations

09:30 AM - 16:30 PMThe King's Church

This export training course is designed to provide an overview of the terminology, procedures and documentation used in the export process and to promote awareness of the responsibilities and obligations of all parties. Attendees should gain an overview of the export process from first enquiry to arrival of the goods at destination and the course will highlight the possible pitfalls that can await the unwary. It will include a summary of The New Incoterms®2010 Rules.

READ MORE

Using Documentary Letters of Credit, Drafts & Bills - June

09:30 AM - 16:30 PMThe King's Church

This seminar will examine the Letter of Credit process in detail and offer guidance on how to create a workable credit. It will consider the different interests of the exporter, importer and the banks and methods of reducing the risks for all parties.It will also suggest methods of creating and collating accurate documents; explain the role of the draft (Bill of Exchange); consider the options for negotiation of the credit and the current version of the rules that govern letters of credit (UCP600).

READ MORE

Inward Processing Relief (IPR)

09:30 AM - 12:30 PMThe King's Church

This half day training course will examine the principles and terminology of IPR and some of the options available within IPR. It will consider the methods of operation and compliance with Customs requirements.

READ MORE

Incoterms® Rules 2010

14:00 PM - 17:00 PMThe King's Church

The Incoterms® Rules are an essential business tool for export import because they define the  risk and cost responsibilities of each party when arranging loading/unloading of the goods, delivery, import export clearance and freight contracts. They may be used in contract negotiations, as a checklist for buyers and sellers and as a framework for international and domestic sales contracts.

READ MORE

To ensure we give you the best experience on our website we use Cookies. You can change your cookie settings at any time. However, if you continue without changing your settings we will presume you are happy to receive all cookies on the Sussex Chamber of Commerce website.

Continue