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CMP 401: Full Customs Compliance Package

CMP 401: Full Customs Compliance Package

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  • Brand:
    Boskage

Format

Price

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Online Training
Classroom Seating
Product Code:
BX2ZI
$2,099.00

All of our courses pertaining to Customs Compliance.

Features include:

  • Each course earns Certified Customs Specialist (CCS) Credits.
  • Certificate provided upon successful completion.
  • Automatically renewed.
  • Full year's access.
  • Management tools and reports for your virtual classroom.
  • Unlimited student accounts and an active capacity of 10.
    Need more than 10 users? Higher capacity upgrades are also available. Call 888-880-4088.

Courses included:

  • CMP 101: Import Compliance I — 1 CCS. An introduction to the far-reaching topic of compliance. Learn the rules of recordkeeping, training, procedures and more.

  • CMP 102: Import Documents2 CCS. Learn how, when and why to use the right forms. This course defines and describes dozens of the most important forms and documents used.

  • CMP 103: Introduction to Customs and Border Protection1 CCS. Understand how Customs and Border Protection (CBP) operates, what their authority and jurisdiction covers, and how best to work with them.

  • CMP 104: Managing Other Government Agencies1.5 CCS. Learn basic agency information and responsibilities, import requirements, forms and links to the major government agencies.

  • CMP 105: Country of Origin Marking1 CCS. This course includes lessons on proper labeling, marking requirements, penalties, special marking, exemptions, and more.

  • CMP 106: Understanding the Entry Summary1.5 CCS. The CBP 7501 Entry Summary, explained in easy-to-understand, block-by-block terms. Helpful hints for checking key fields for compliance purposes.

  • CMP 107: Post Entry Responsibilities4 CCS. Explore some of the situations that can create extra work or responsibilities after entry, and discover the means by which you can manage and solve them.

  • CMP 108: Understanding the Automated Commercial Environment4 CCS. Importers of record must complete the entry process by subsequently filing entry summary data which declares the tariff classification, value, applicable rate of duty and other information necessary for the CBP to properly access duties, collect statistics and determine whether other applicable legal requirements are met.

  • CMP 201: C-TPAT — Start to Finish2.5 CCS. This course provides a detailed look at requirements for importer participation in C-TPAT, the validation process, and how to get (and stay) compliant. Even if your company has already applied and been accepted as a C-TPAT member, this course will help you understand the process involved in becoming a member, the benefi ts you can claim, and your responsibility once you obtain membership

  • CMP 202: Understand the Customs Regulations4 CCS. Overview of topics covered in Title 19 Code of Federal Regulations, also referred to as the Customs Regulations, considered the rule book for all importers, brokers, and others involved in international trade. Excellent reference for importers and brokers who want a comprehensive easy-to understand reference companion for the Customs Regulations

  • CMP 203: Import Compliance II2 CCS. Compliance with CBP rules and regulations is not an option; it’s required, which begs the question, “How can we know we are exercising compliance?” This course covers the practical matter of the audit processes involved in compliance, by taking a detailed look at the Focused Assessment, Importer Self-Assessment and Internal Audit.

  • CMP 301: Importing Internet Purchases1 CCS. The laws and regulations enforced by U.S. Customs and Border Protection apply to everyone, including individuals purchasing goods over the Internet. This course provides information about responsibilities and liabilities for persons who use the Internet to purchase goods from foreign countries. Learn helpful hints and instructions designed to facilitate the shipment and importation of Internet purchases in order to minimize expenses and potential legal liability.

  • CMP 302: Intellectual Property Laws and Import Protection1 CCS. Technological advancements present almost limitless opportunities for distribution — and almost limitless opportunities for intellectual property right infringement. This course provides valuable information for both owners and importers of goods subject to intellectual property regulation. Owners of intellectual property will learn methods to protect their property from unauthorized use and importers will learn proper procedures to ensure their shipments comply with the legal requirements for importation.

100 Level Courses: Foundational Education
Provides a solid base of understanding in a wide range of subjects. Perfect review for compliance professionals, and an excellent resource for new staff, other departments, subsidiaries, or foreign vendors.

200 Level Courses: Application of Skills Education
Providing for beyond the base knowledge, these courses teach the practical “how-to” of key topics. Deepen student understanding with real-world examples and extensive external resources. Exams that teach as well as test.

300 Level Courses: Specialization
Even more detail for advanced learning, these courses are designed for students who have more specific interests or who need advanced training.


DESCRIPTION

All of our courses pertaining to Customs Compliance.

Features include:

  • Each course earns Certified Customs Specialist (CCS) Credits.
  • Certificate provided upon successful completion.
  • Automatically renewed.
  • Full year's access.
  • Management tools and reports for your virtual classroom.
  • Unlimited student accounts and an active capacity of 10.
    Need more than 10 users? Higher capacity upgrades are also available. Call 888-880-4088.

Courses included:

  • CMP 101: Import Compliance I — 1 CCS. An introduction to the far-reaching topic of compliance. Learn the rules of recordkeeping, training, procedures and more.

  • CMP 102: Import Documents2 CCS. Learn how, when and why to use the right forms. This course defines and describes dozens of the most important forms and documents used.

  • CMP 103: Introduction to Customs and Border Protection1 CCS. Understand how Customs and Border Protection (CBP) operates, what their authority and jurisdiction covers, and how best to work with them.

  • CMP 104: Managing Other Government Agencies1.5 CCS. Learn basic agency information and responsibilities, import requirements, forms and links to the major government agencies.

  • CMP 105: Country of Origin Marking1 CCS. This course includes lessons on proper labeling, marking requirements, penalties, special marking, exemptions, and more.

  • CMP 106: Understanding the Entry Summary1.5 CCS. The CBP 7501 Entry Summary, explained in easy-to-understand, block-by-block terms. Helpful hints for checking key fields for compliance purposes.

  • CMP 107: Post Entry Responsibilities4 CCS. Explore some of the situations that can create extra work or responsibilities after entry, and discover the means by which you can manage and solve them.

  • CMP 108: Understanding the Automated Commercial Environment4 CCS. Importers of record must complete the entry process by subsequently filing entry summary data which declares the tariff classification, value, applicable rate of duty and other information necessary for the CBP to properly access duties, collect statistics and determine whether other applicable legal requirements are met.

  • CMP 201: C-TPAT — Start to Finish2.5 CCS. This course provides a detailed look at requirements for importer participation in C-TPAT, the validation process, and how to get (and stay) compliant. Even if your company has already applied and been accepted as a C-TPAT member, this course will help you understand the process involved in becoming a member, the benefi ts you can claim, and your responsibility once you obtain membership

  • CMP 202: Understand the Customs Regulations4 CCS. Overview of topics covered in Title 19 Code of Federal Regulations, also referred to as the Customs Regulations, considered the rule book for all importers, brokers, and others involved in international trade. Excellent reference for importers and brokers who want a comprehensive easy-to understand reference companion for the Customs Regulations

  • CMP 203: Import Compliance II2 CCS. Compliance with CBP rules and regulations is not an option; it’s required, which begs the question, “How can we know we are exercising compliance?” This course covers the practical matter of the audit processes involved in compliance, by taking a detailed look at the Focused Assessment, Importer Self-Assessment and Internal Audit.

  • CMP 301: Importing Internet Purchases1 CCS. The laws and regulations enforced by U.S. Customs and Border Protection apply to everyone, including individuals purchasing goods over the Internet. This course provides information about responsibilities and liabilities for persons who use the Internet to purchase goods from foreign countries. Learn helpful hints and instructions designed to facilitate the shipment and importation of Internet purchases in order to minimize expenses and potential legal liability.

  • CMP 302: Intellectual Property Laws and Import Protection1 CCS. Technological advancements present almost limitless opportunities for distribution — and almost limitless opportunities for intellectual property right infringement. This course provides valuable information for both owners and importers of goods subject to intellectual property regulation. Owners of intellectual property will learn methods to protect their property from unauthorized use and importers will learn proper procedures to ensure their shipments comply with the legal requirements for importation.

100 Level Courses: Foundational Education
Provides a solid base of understanding in a wide range of subjects. Perfect review for compliance professionals, and an excellent resource for new staff, other departments, subsidiaries, or foreign vendors.

200 Level Courses: Application of Skills Education
Providing for beyond the base knowledge, these courses teach the practical “how-to” of key topics. Deepen student understanding with real-world examples and extensive external resources. Exams that teach as well as test.

300 Level Courses: Specialization
Even more detail for advanced learning, these courses are designed for students who have more specific interests or who need advanced training.

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