At AROLA, we believe it is important that professionals who are carrying out activities related to foreign trade acquire sufficient knowledge of the regulations that directly affect their daily dealings.
We have designed a general topics course that we adapt to each company according to its needs, the people the course is aimed at, the sector and the time available. Our objective with this course is to familiarise companies with customs regulations and formalities.
Methodology: the sessions unfold first with a theoretical approach to the topic and then practical development. As part of the practical content, work teams are organised to study real cases, their analyses, problems and tools for solving them. The cases are chosen based on the profile of those in attendance.
1. Customs as a Concept.
a. Functions of Customs.
b. Organisational chart of Spanish Customs as part of the EU.
a. Release for Free Circulation.
b. Release for Home Use.
c. Centralised release.
d. Deferred payments. When applicable.
e. Taxation. Responsibilities and deadlines.
a. VAT on exports. Formal requirements.
b. Sales and export values.
c. Special cases Operations with OPT and Restitution.
4. Places that are under Customs Control or Supervision.
a. Obligations on the part of the destination customs officer.
b. Temporary Storage Facilities.
c. Customs Warehouses. Types.
d. Free Trade Areas and Warehouses.
5. Intra-Community Operations
e. Declaration 349.
f. Formal requirements.
6. The Keys to Customs. Value.
a. Links to the supplier.
b. Value. Payment of royalties, levies and licensing fees. R + D .
c. Contracts Trade obligations for customs purposes.
7. The Keys to Customs. Tariff classification.
a. The HS, CN and TARIC.
b. Criteria for the correct classification of goods.
c. Binding Tariff Information.
8. The Keys to Customs. Origin.
a. Origin and tariff rate paid.
b. Preferential agreements. Unilateral and bilateral.
c. Supplier and importer liabilities.
d. Criteria for verifying origin.
c. Regulatory scope.
10. Customs Risk Analyses.
a. Goods clearance processes.
b. The SAD as a tax statement.
c. Verification of documentation.
d. Review at Customs.
e. Inspection at Destination.
f. A posteriori collection.
TRAINING ACTIVITIES AT UNIVERSITIES AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
We collaborate with universities and other educational institutions on teaching Masters and specialisation courses.
|MASTERS DEGREE IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, SPECIALISING IN LATIN AMERICA (MIBAL) - IDEC - Universitat Pompeu Fabra.|
|CURS SUPERIOR DE COMERÇ I ECONOMIA INTERNACIONAL - TARRAGONA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.|
Our interest in training has lead us to organise various seminars on topics we believe directly affect our clients' operations.
"Invisible payments and Customs Value"
"New risk management techniques for foreign currency operations"
Organising entities: Caixa de Catalunya and AROLA.
"Import and export VAT. Intra-Community VAT"
Organising entities: Ernst & Young and AROLA.
"Genetically Modified Goods"
Organising entities: Baker & McKenzie and AROLA.
Organising entities: AROLA in cooperation with the Subdirectorate General for Plant Health of the Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.