Certificate in Customs and Trade
The next cohort of the certificate programme commences from Autumn 2022, to find out more please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Start Date/ End Date:||Autumn 2022 / Spring 2023|
€1,795 / £1,625 (Members of Chartered Accountants Ireland/ICAS)
€1,995 / £1,800 (Non-members)
Three MCQs and one case study assignment.
This certificate course allows professional advisors and others to acquire a recognised qualification in relevant aspects of customs and international trade practices – a skill in particular demand to facilitate cross-border trade after Brexit.
Why should you study this programme?
New rules of international trade and customs apply from 1 January 2021 between Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Great Britain. Businesses are critically short of expertise to manage this unprecedented change. Long-established trading relationships will need to be renegotiated, the cost of trade will inevitably rise (estimates indicate at least 5%) and supply chains will have to be critically reappraised.
In practice, there are few businesses that will not be affected, directly or indirectly, and all will need advice from professionals familiar with the complex new rules and procedures.
Who should undertake the Certificate?
The Certificate in Customs and Trade is suitable for:
- Professional accountants wishing to add customs advice and/or agency to their range of services. Individuals undertaking this certificate may refer to themselves as a Customs Advisor upon successful completion.
- Businesses involved in trading activities that need evidence of formal customs training. Business owners and managers who need to plan and manage post-Brexit trade will obtain the knowledge they need on this course.
The Certificate is designed in the context of the EU Customs Competency Framework for the Private Sector – the most comprehensive international description of the skills required for operators in customs. This course addresses the ‘Operational’ competencies and will enable suitably qualified/experienced professionals to claim an overall proficiency level in customs.
The content focuses on the skills and knowledge required to meet the legal and regulatory requirements of international trade, specifically trade between Northern Ireland, Great Britain, and Ireland/EU post-Brexit. It will equip you to develop your career or business in international trade, preparing you to give advice, to perform agency functions, or to engage with customs authorities and the customs process on your own behalf or for clients.
On successful completion of this Certificate, you will be able to:
- Offer customs advice.
- Support applicants for customs authorisations and permissions.
- Develop plans and strategies for businesses facing Brexit-related challenges.
Significant ‘takeaways’ from the course are an up-to-date briefing on Brexit, comprehensive written reference material and sources, and recorded video talks on technical aspects of customs. Download the brochures below for more information.
Overview & Booking form
Unsure if this programme is right for you?
Contact the Chartered Accountants Ireland team and they can arrange a call with one of their team to advise you.
Enquiries and bookings
For enquiries on any of the qualifications please contact:
Linda McGee, Learning & Development, Chartered Accountants Ireland
+353 (1) 6377213, email@example.com
To book any of these diplomas please download and fill out the relevant qualification 'overview and booking form' above and then email your application to the above email address.
Delegates should quote 'ICAS' as their referral source and members should quote their ICAS membership number to take advantage of the discounted member price.
By booking this programme you are agreeing to Chartered Accountants Ireland's terms and conditions. Please see their booking Terms and Conditions to find out more.