Our online webinar training is a great option for you or your staff to work remotely. We run these real-time courses just like normal events but over the internet. You are able to ask our trainers questions and interact as you would in a standard course. Block One and Block Two are available via Webinar Training. Block Three and Block Four will be available when restrictions are lifted at one of our Training Centres.

 

CBAFF Customs UUI Course - Block 1

This course is the first part of four courses which are required to obtain the CBAFF UUI Course Certificate. During this course attendees will learn about the role of a Customs Broker in New Zealand and the main legislation relating to the industry NZ Customs Service, import/export procedures and border biosecurity.

Block One Outline:

  • The role of a Customs Broker and standards of behaviour
  • Customs legislation, regulations and rules
  • Why NZ Customs inspect goods and audit shipping documents
  • Legal requirements for making a Customs entry
  • Goods exempt from Customs Entry
  • Information and documents that are required to complete a goods entry
  • Why Customs may require access to records and the need for clients to retain business records
  • Types of goods entries and the circumstances in which each are used
  • Goods or classes of goods to which Import and Export restrictions and prohibitions apply
  • Administrative penalties
  • Exemptions from administrative penalties, and the appeal provisions
  • Registration of clients as users of the Customs computerised entry processing system
  • Biosecurity controls and legislation
  • Biosecurity entry standards for imported goods and conveyances
  • Documentation relating to Biosecurity requirements

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CBAFF Customs UUI Course - Block 2

This course is the second part of four courses which are required to obtain the CBAFF UUI Course Certificate. During this course attendees will learn how to determine the customs value for imported goods. You will also learn about trade agreements, preferential tariff duty rates and the rules of origin for imported goods. At the end of the course participants should have a good understanding of Customs Valuation, Origin and Preference.

Block Two Outline:

  • Valuation of goods for Customs purposes
  • INCOTERMS and how to determine the appropriate customs value
  • Locate and identify the sections of the Customs and Excise Act and Regulations which deal with valuation
  • Valuation in terms of the Customs and Excise Act 2018
  • State the methods of valuation used in New Zealand
  • Demonstrate practical application of determining transaction value under Schedule 4 to the Customs and Excise Act 2018 and calculation of revenue payable on imported goods
  • Categories of duties including import, dumping, excise and goods and service tax
  • Principles of GST legislation in relation to Customs and import and export entries
  • Duty rates in the Tariff and application of preferential tariff rates
  • Preferential trade agreements with New Zealand
  • Rules of origin
  • Identify sections of the Customs and Excise Act and Regulations which deal with Origin and Preference

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