Brexit: It’s Not Over Yet 

Online Workshops

 

Since 1.1.21 trade between the EU and UK has been governed by a new Trade & Cooperation Agreement (TCA) which brought with it new import and export rules. 

To meet these rules businesses need new skills, and must deal with a higher level of administration than before.

This new series of workshops themed “Brexit: It’s Not Over Yet ” has been developed from lessons our transition team and customs experts have learnt from assisting hundreds of businesses on the front line of Brexit. The sessions address the challenges and provide real solutions. 

Packed with expert tips, time-saving tools and real life case studies to help you stay ahead of the curve.

Brexit: It’s Not Over Yet Workshops

 

Workshop 1 – 29 November 2021

Rules of Origin, Trade Agreements and Commodity Codes

Rules of origin have become a very prominent feature of today's trading system and various regional trade agreements are being negotiated across the globe. Duty rates, preferential trade agreements, trade sanctions and import quotas are all regulated according to country of origin.

As the UK develops its own trade policy, negotiates free trade agreements and sets its own tariffs, knowledge of these agreements. Attend this workshop and learn how to boost your exports and save duties on your imports.

Contents:

  • How can my business benefit from post-Brexit trade agreements with 100 + countries?
  • Check your goods meet the rules of origin and know what proof of origin is needed
  • Commodity codes. Why they’re important and which codes will change on 1.1.22
  • EUR1s or exporter statements? A practical guide to proofs of origin

Time: 9.30am to 12.30pm

 

Workshop 2 - 29 November 2021

Supplementary Customs Declarations. What you need to know

On 1st January 2021 HMRC introduced import easements which meant if importing EU goods into Great Britain, you have the option to use delayed declarations in place of a full customs declaration.

If you did choose to delay, you need to make your supplementary declarations within 175 days from the date of import.

This workshop will help you to understand: 

  • Delayed declarations process
  • How can your business benefit from delayed declarations
  • How to submit delayed declarations
  • Payment of import taxes
  • What to do if a delayed declaration has not been submitted
  • EU import declarations from 1st January 2022

Time: 1:30pm to 4:30pm

 

Workshop 3 - 30 November 2021

HMRC audits are coming. Get ready. 

Customs checks on imports and exports happen remotely in the background and companies that fail to meet compliance standards may face increased inspections, the loss of customs approvals and/or back duty demands. 

This workshop is designed to help you create and sustain a robust approach to keeping your business legal. 

Contents:

  • How to start an internal review
  • Top 10 compliance fails
  • Using checklists, process flows and guidelines
  • The importance of record keeping
  • VAT, commodity codes and duty free claims – what can go wrong
  • Customs authorisations, origin and evidencing export
  • Suppliers declarations
  • Stress testing your process

Time: 9:30am to 12:30pm 

 

Venue: Videoconference via Zoom

Cost of each workshop per delegate:

£297 (excluding VAT) Regular Customers / Chamber Members

£327 (excluding VAT) Non-Regular Customers / Non-Chamber Members

 

Please click here to reserve your place.

 

Special Discount

Book more than 1 place on any workshop or combination of workshops and receive a 10% discount

 

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