Ensure you are importing and exporting goods compliantly.
Our Customs Controls courses are available as part of the Compliance eLearning Suite in one great package.
Customs Controls refer to the various measures imposed by customs for importing and exporting goods internationally. They include such things as duties and taxes (fiscal measures), but also the security and safety of citizens, animal welfare, and environmental protection.
If you organisation sends and receives goods internationally, it's important for staff to understand customs control measures in order to be safe and effective and not disrupt trade flows. Compliance with customs controls means that your organisation will avoid unnecessary delays and costs.
Our Export and Import Controls courses are split across four modules, each focusing on important areas of compliance in an engaging and easy-to-digest format.
The modules include three microlearning courses and one slightly longer short-course which focus on important areas of compliance your employees need to know about when importing and exporting goods.
The compact and highly-relevant nature of microlearning combats increased distraction levels, and is proven to increase motivation and knowledge-retention in learners.
We offer three customs controls microlearning courses to help your employees get up to speed when they need it most:
Although originally introduced to regulate the overseas trade of military items, trade controls now also cover dual-use goods (goods that may be used for both civil and military purposes, such as software and technology). As such, it's important for your employees to understand how trade controls contribute to international security, and how to obtain a license to avoid delays and/or fines.
DeltaNet International's short course on Trade Controls clearly explains the ins and outs of international trade controls. The course is designed to raise awareness about your employees' legal obligations in an effective and non-threatening manner.
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