The CCS designation is the standard in the customs marketplace – recognized and demanded by those who use brokerage services throughout Canada. This course is designed for the adult learner who is interested in pursuing a career where customs knowledge is essential and where the designation has both personal and professional value and recognition.
In addition to a detailed review of the four basic steps involved in the Canadian customs process (Reporting of Goods, Release of Goods, Accounting for Goods and Payment of Duties and Taxes), students will be learning the following:
The Principal Acts Involved in the Importation and Exportation of Goods
Customs Brokers Licensing Requirements and Agency Agreements
The Canadian Customs Tariff Classification System
Tariff Treatments and Trade Agreements
Application of Federal Taxes
AMPS and CSA
Marking of Imported Goods
Refunds, Drawbacks, Self-corrections
Export and Import Permits
U.S. Customs Procedures
The Special Import Measures Act
The CCS course runs from October of each year until September of the following year. If you have any questions about the CCS course, please email us at email@example.com.
Enrolment for academic year 2013-14 is now open. Register today!
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Kelly Blenkinsopp, CCS, describes her experience with the CCS course, and the opportunities it opened up in her career.