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School of Shipping

Customs Clearing and Forwarding Course

This popular course covers the Customs Clearing & Forwarding environment as well as the completion of statutory documentation. It is suited for learners already employed in the industry or for those wishing to embark on a career in Customs Clearing & Forwarding. It is also suited to Importers and Exporters who wish to know more about the role their Customs Clearing & Forwarding Agent play in the handling of your shipments and customs clearing and forwarding procedures.

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School of Shipping

Freight Forwarding Environment Course

This popular course covers the Customs Clearing & Forwarding environment as well as the completion of statutory documentation. It is suited for learners already employed in the industry or for those wishing to embark on a career in Customs Clearing & Forwarding. It is also suited to Importers and Exporters who wish to know more about the role their Customs Clearing & Forwarding Agent play in the handling of your shipments and customs clearing and forwarding procedures.

School of Shipping

SAD 500 documentation

Facilitating Customs Clearance in the Forwarding Context is a vital part of offering a shipping service to the international Trader. This is for all modes of transport. This covers the basic elements of documents in the shipping industry as all documents cover getting or giving permission, payments and protection This one-day course will give you a complete understanding to Facilitate Customs Clearance with the new SAD customs system in the Forwarding Context .

 

Freight Training

SA VAT Act & Exports

The VAT Act and Exporting

 

South African Maritime School and Transport College

Customs Clearing and Forwarding

Entry: Matric Certificate NQF 3 Preferable with Maths and Science

This program is for learners wishing to be involved in the customs clearance process that Cargo must go through when moving across a border post or through a port. Learners completing this program can apply for positions with clearing and forwarding agents.

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ITRISA

Customs Procedures for Exports Course

Covers the structure of the Harmonised System of Classification, ordinary customs procedures for export, the export of samples, the SA Customs Act, the SA Tariff Book, duty refunds, rebates and drawbacks, rebate stores and bonded warehouses.

 

ITRISA

Customs Valuation and the Calculation of Duties

All individuals likely to be directly involved in importing, or the import clearance process, will benefit from this practical workshop. Covering the South African valuation process in detail (including new regulations relating to the customs valuation of containerised goods as per the Revenue Laws Amendment Act 60 of 2008), the programme includes the various means by which duties are calculated in South Africa and incorporates a number of practical exercises to consolidate delegates' nderstanding of the various procedures involved.

 

ITRISA

Import Customs Procedures

Covers customs registration procedures, the structure of the Harmonised System, the SA Customs Tariff and Schedules, ordinary customs procedures for import, duty refunds, rebates and drawbacks, bonded warehouses and handling samples.

 

ITRISA

Customs Valuation and Calculation of Duties

All individuals likely to be directly involved in importing, or the import clearance process, will benefit from this practical workshop. Covering the South African valuation process in detail (including new regulations relating to the customs valuation of containerised goods as per the Revenue Laws Amendment Act 60 of 2008), the programme includes the various means by which duties are calculated in South Africa and incorporates a number of practical exercises to consolidate delegates' nderstanding of the various procedures involved.

 

ITRISA

VAT and Exports

Designed to ensure that you do not fall foul of the taxman, this briefing covers the South African VAT Act as it pertains to exports and the VAT Incentive scheme: zero rating vs standard rating, salient interpretation notes, direct vs indirect exports, timelines and documentary requirements. Delegates are given practical examples of documents that are not VAT-compliant and are required to identify reasons for non-compliance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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