Customs Broker Training
FAILURE OF LICENSED BROKERS TO EXERCISE RESPONSIBLE SUPERVISION AND CONTROL OVER CUSTOMS BUSINESS THAT THEY CONDUCT IS A VIOLATION OF FEDERAL LAW.
While the determination of what is necessary to perform and maintain responsible supervision and control will vary depending upon the circumstances in each instance, factors which U.S. Customs will consider include, but are not limited to:
The training required of employees of the broker; the issuance of written instructions and guidelines to employees of the broker; the volume and type of business of the broker; the reject rate for the various customs transactions; the maintenance of current editions of CBP Regulations, the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States, and CBP issuances. See 19 C.F.R. § 111.1.
Customs brokerages rarely have the time and resources to properly train their employees. We understand that surviving in this competitive environment requires a company to utilize their resources for adding or maintaining clientele, rather than developing a training program for employees.
Our interactive webinars are tailored to your specific needs. Whether the goal is to train your employees on the fundamental principles of import/export trade issues, or improve their understanding of advanced compliance matters, we teach these skills with your educational goals in mind. Through the use of state of the art software, we are able to provide a conducive environment for interactive learning.
The Davidson Law Group provides personalized compliance training for brokers looking to provide extra guidance to their entry clerks. Please call the Davidson Law Group for a free consultation and allow our dedicative team to discuss our in-house training programs and live video seminar options.