SC102 CLASSIFICATION AND THE HARMONISED SYSTEM

SC102 CLASSIFICATION AND THE HARMONISED SYSTEM

About the Course

<p align="LEFT">This module provides learners with knowledge in the structure of the harmonized system (HS) &ndash; an internationally-standardised system of names and numbers used to classify traded products for import and export. The learners will be taught to apply the techniques and rules used in classification in finding the appropriate codes for different types of goods. Common mistakes and best practices will also be shared. <p align="LEFT">Learners will also be introduced to useful resources such as the ebook on Singapore Trade Classification, <p align="LEFT">Customs and Excise Duty, and custom website for identifying the appropriate HS codes. <p align="LEFT">Trainer Profile: <p align="LEFT">Our trainers are qualified lecturers from the School of Business Management, Nanyang Polytechnic. They are trained in the areas of: <p align="LEFT">&bull; Custom procedures <p align="LEFT">&bull; Classification and the harmonised system <p align="LEFT">&bull; Rules of origin and free trade area <p align="LEFT">&bull; TradeNet declaration <p align="LEFT">&bull; Strategic goods control, and <p align="LEFT">&bull; Essentials of internal (export control) compliance. <p align="LEFT">These trainers have over 10 years of industry experience in the areas of supply chain and business operations. <p align="LEFT">They possess vast experience in engaging learners in continuous education and lpre-employment training. In addition, they are the program experts in the domain area of supply chain management &ndash; including warehouse operations, inventory management, freight management, purchasing and supply management and shipping law. &nbsp;
  • Course Outline

    <p align="LEFT">1. Purposes of classification <p align="LEFT">2. Structure of the HS <p align="LEFT">3. General Interpretative Rules 4. Techniques of Classification &nbsp;
  • Target Participants

    Companies/Freight Forwarders/Licensees who act as Declaring Agents, Importers, Exporters &amp; Manufacturers. &nbsp;
  • Certification

    All participants who have completed this course will be presented with a Certificate of Completion. &nbsp;
  • Admission Requirements

    No Minimum Requirements &nbsp;
  • Course schedule (conducting days & time)

    Please refer to course website. &nbsp;
  • What You'll Study

    SC102 CLASSIFICATION AND THE HARMONISED SYSTEM
  • Key benefits of programme

    Classification of goods and the Harmonised System. &nbsp;
  • Course Fees and Funding

    <p>Please refer to course brochure.</p>
  • Contact for course enquiries

  • Remarks

    NYP reserves the right to reschedule/cancel any prog and amend the fees/info without prior notice. &nbsp;