Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) – Impact on Exporters and Importers

The seminar will cover:
The background to AEO
The UCC and its impact
The HMRC application and audit processes
AEOC (Customs Compliance) €“ what you need to do
AEOS (Security & Safety) €“ what you need to do
A look at the C117 and C118 application forms
Maintaining your AEO status
Who should attend?
Freight Forwarders
Customs Agents
Course Outcome
Understanding Authorised Economic Operator status and it€™s financial and supply chain benefits together with the important place it has in the UCC

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East Midlands Chamber's Offer

Keeping staff development up to date is essential, harnessing skills which are required for businesses growth and progression.  We run a full range of open courses, everything from Director level right through to Information Technology sessions.  A full list is available on this website and can also be found at our website.  We are also a leading provider of Bespoke Training.  Working with our team of dedicated trainers, we are able to design and develop face to face or on-line training sessions to support your teams.  This could be 1-1 through to sessions for up to 15 people.  A dedicated staff member will liaise with you throughout, ensuring all your requirements are met and also completing a quality check with you following the course delivery.  The Chamber is a leading partner for many businesses for their bespoke requirements, supporting over 100 businesses each year to train and develop their staff.  Flexibility is the key to this and with over 30 years experience of developing bespoke training options, you will know you are in safe hands.  

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