BTEC Intermediate Award in Multimodal International Freight Procedures - Live
The first half of this four-day qualification covers freight forwarding elements and days 3 and 4, customs procedures. There will be homework and a formal assessment at the end of the course. As this is a technical course, delegates can refer to their workbook and notes during the final exam.
PLEASE NOTE: From the 1st of August all BTEC courses will be conducted over four and a half days, with the final half day allocated for the exam.
Duration is 4 to 8 weeks commencing on the date shown, click the date for the other three dates.
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- Route and transport mode selection
- Key documentary requirements
- Packing and marking
- Modes and documentary requirements
- International trade and payments
- Documentation – its role in international movement
- Physical cargo movement
- Dangerous goods overview
- Cargo booking procedures
- The role of Customs
- UK Trade Tariff
- Goods classification
- Customs regimes
- Duty calculation for imports
- Export procedures
- Import procedures
- Effect of the European Union on Customs procedures
- Weight to volume comparison
- Incoterms effect on costing
- Tariff structures and consolidations / groupages
- Freight calculations
- Commodity rates and general tariffs
- Detailing all the freight costs
- Detailing the supply chain door-to-door documentation
- Customer advice and options on mode selection
- Service improvements – improving the supply chain
A four-day course and attendance is required on all four scheduled dates. This course is non-transferable and non-refundable following commencement of the first date.
The assessment will take place on the afternoon of day 4, following completion of the training.
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