These short courses are delivered nationwide and cover the latest in industry legislation and information. CBAFF Customs Courses can assist you to further your career in Customs & Freight Forwarding, whether you are an importer or exporter or if you need a NZ Customs UUI as part of your role.
This one day course is recommended as an introduction to the CBAFF Customs UUI course for those who who do not have at least 12 months working experience in the New Zealand Customs Broking Industry.
The Introduction course will provide you with the knowledge needed to confidently participate in the UUI Course., including but not limited to:
The CBAFF UUI Course is designed for people who wish to become users of the Joint Border Management Systems (JBMS) and obtain a Unique User Identifier (UUI), in accordance with NZ Customs Service regulations.
To obtain the CBAFF UUI Course Certificate, students are required to complete each of the four blocks (in order), complete practical assessments between course blocks and attain an 80% or higher pass rate in the closed book examination at the end of the course.
The CBAFF Export Declarant Course is designed for people who wish to become registered users of the Joint Border Management Systems (JBMS) and obtain a Unique User Identifier (UUI) for export entries only, in accordance with NZ Customs Service regulations. To obtain the CBAFF Export Declarant Certificate, students are required to complete each of the two modules (in order) and attain an 80% or higher pass rate in the closed book examination at the end of the course.
Ideally individuals will already be employees within the Customs Broking industry or exporters who prepare customs entries. You should also have at least 12 months working experience in the industry and a basic understanding of industry terminology and day to day practices.
This course has been developed by experienced professionals and provides industry recognition to an approved standard. Completion of this course is necessary to become a registered user of the Customs Computerised Entry System.
Training will comprise of two x 2-day work shops. Our facilitators are enthusiastic industry professionals with a vast background of experience and knowledge.
These one-day courses take an in-depth look at specific areas of the Tariff which may be difficult to interpret. Theory and practical methods are used to accurately classify difficult goods and apply the principles of tariff classification effectively within these areas, minimising the risk of legal penalties.
There are four advanced Tariff Classification courses which cover the following areas of the Tariff:
This half-day course has been designed to consider the practical implications of the WTO Valuation Agreement as described in the 2nd Schedule to New Zealand’s Customs and Excise Act. Participants will gain a clear understanding of what should and should not be included in the Customs Value, as well as how to arrive at a valuation should the transaction have been affected in some way. This may well benefit your clients financially.
CBAFF and IVS have partnered to deliver these courses, to support your career as a Customs Broker.
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A great option if your client is importing low risk containers and wants these to be devanned on site but doesn't have an ATF. Fast, easy, convenient.