International Customs & Tax Engineering
Training Datadock 0029009

Training "AEO level 1 : Prepare for Authorized Economic Operator accreditation"

Understand the requirements of AEO certification and adapt the company’s customs operations and safety/security.

Continuing education

Objectives

  • Understand Authorized Economic Operator status and decide to proceed with the procedure
  • Identify the main stages in the certification process
  • Anticipate organizational changes to be implemented within the company
  • Identify the costs associated with certification
  • Develop an action plan

"International Excellence" Program

  1. The global context for Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) status
  2. Advantages and constraints associated with the two AEO statuses
  3. Who can request AEO status?
  4. Themes covered by AEO certification
  5. The seven key stages involved in AEO certification
  6. Achieve proficiency in 14 key points
  7. Changes to the Union Customs Code (UCC)
  8. Put together and define the project group’s mission
  9. Conduct an internal assessment
  10. Develop an action plan
  11. Submit the request for authorization
  12. Organize the customs audit
  13. Adapt the corrective action plan following the customs inspection
  14. Operate as an Authorized Economic Operator
  15. Apply OEA certification in your supply chain: suppliers, subcontractors, service providers, etc.

Details


  • Customized intra-company
    • Face-to-face
    • Distance learning (on request)
  • Inter-company: contact us for more information
    • Duration: 2 days (14 hours)
  • Number of participants: 12 max./session
  • Language(s): French and English

Target audience

  • Directors
  • Financial director
  • Procurement/import manager
  • Sales admin/export manager
  • Logistics manager
  • Customs manager or expert
  • AEO project manager

Prerequisites

Existing import/export activity

Extras

Assessment

Advantages

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