Start date: 04 October 2021
Duration: 9.00am to 12.30pm
Location: Online via Zoom
Certificate: Certificate of Completion from FTA Ireland
Course code: 18990
Training for the Haulage Operator:
•Do you need to transit the UK via the land bridge?
•Does your customer know the role you will play with the customs process?
•Do you know the requirements for your vehicles, your loads and your drivers from 1st January 2021?
•Are you fully prepared for the new customs requirements post Brexit?
FTA Ireland have developed this unique training course for the haulage sector. It will bring participants through the most important issues and tangible effects of Brexit on their transport operation and will conclude with an FTAI ‘Brexit Preparedness Guide’. The course showcases the important role played by transport operators in the logistics and supply chain sector and demonstrate the importance of being Brexit ready in order to remain competitive.
The subsidised cost of the programme is €135
The programme will be delivered remotely through Zoom.
The course provider, FTA Ireland, will contact participants with the link to the course.
This course is aimed at Directors, Transport and Fleet Managers, International Hauliers delivering to the UK and those who transit the UK via the landbridge.
This course is designed for people working in the logistics and transport sector who wish to update their customs knowledge in light of the dangers posed by Brexit. The course will bring participants through the most important issues and tangible effects of Brexit on their transport operation and company and will conclude with an FTAI Brexit preparedness guide. The course will showcase the important role played by transport operators in the logistics and supply chain sector and demonstrate the importance of being Brexit ready in order to remain competitive.
Participants on the course will learn about customs in a holistic manner in order to understand and appreciate the various customs stakeholder’s motivations and be better placed to have a strong working relationship with customs officers and other relevant government agencies (i.e. Department of Agriculture, Food and Marine), resulting in efficient operations and satisfied customers.
Following completion of the course participants will be better placed to be Brexit resilient.
- Equip participants with the tangible skills, knowledge and confidence to undertake a sustainable working relationship with the Office of the Revenue Commissioners.
- Assess the potential consequences of Brexit on Irish haulage operators.
- Help participants to up-skill with the necessary expertise to meet the challenges of a constantly changing industry.
- Encourage a deeper appreciation of the role and potential of the transport function in an international supply chain.
Topic 1 Transport and Supply Chain Management
Topic 2 The Transport Provider in the Post Brexit Trading Environment
Topic 3 Transport and supply chain resilience
Topic 4 The role and value of Customs
Topic 5 National and International trading relationships and agreements
Topic 6 Customs laws and procedures
Topic 7 Customs documentation (primary and supporting)
Topic 8 Harmonised commodity description and coding systems (classification and use)
Topic 9 Risk management, profiling and mitigation
Topic 10 Incoterms
Topic 11 AEO process and benefits
Topic 12 Trade of live animals and products
Topic 13 Company Customs/Brexit preparedness reflection
This is a virtual course delivered by FTA Ireland via Zoom.
The course is will take place over 3 1/2 hours.
Upon completion of the course there will be a quiz consisting of multiple-choice questions based on the material in the course.
A computer with internet access sufficient for live streaming is required.
In order to participate fully and enable us to provide proof of learning all course attendees must download the free Turning Point app before the training commences – free download from the Google play store or apple store. This is used for the course evaluation and course feedback.
Once installed as the training begins, the trainer explains how it works in tandem with the training and how to log in using the app i.e. when prompted type in the “session ID” (provided when the course starts), your first name, surname.
All certificates are issued by FTA Ireland.