Notes: Course fee includes materials.
Approved by NCBFAA for 6 CCS credits.
Course Title: Importing to the United States
Instructor: Donna M. Mullins, president, LCB, CCS, CES
Target Audience: Brokers and importers
Prerequisites (courses and/or assessment or tests): This course is intended for individuals who are involved in the day-to-day operations of importing and/or clearing goods for entry and consumption in the US. A good command of the English language will be helpful. This course is also a good guide for anyone interested in compliance with CBP.
Student Course Materials: Course materials provided in class.
Course Description: Get a comprehensive overview of the requirements to import goods into the United States. Topics to be covered will include the following:
U.S. Customs and Border Protection: Mission and Organization
Entry of Goods
Assessment of Duty
Classification and Value
Foreign Trade Zones
Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
Recall agencies and forms needed for clearance
Discuss the CBP process for entry of merchandise
Describe the rules and regulations in the import process and their significance
Apply basic entry processes
Perform work in Title 19 CFR and the HTS
Identify when you need to ask further before processing and order or entry
Teaching Methodology and Assessment: Methodology - Lecture, discussions, power point presentations, real life experiences, and case studies
Assessments - Discussion, Q and A, role play, final exam
Criteria for Successful Completion: To receive a Clayton State University Center for Continuing Education certificate and CEUs, your must attend 80% of all class sessions, actively participate and complete an evaluation of the course. In addition, you must score a 75 on the final exam.
Amount of contact time (in hours) needed to effectively teach this course: 6 hours
Number of CEUs to be offered: 0.6
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