This course provides a general introduction to the concept of gender equality and its link to the work of Customs. Through interactive exercises, you will be able to learn how gender equality practically can be implemented in Customs and also get an overview of the initiatives launched by the WCO to support this agenda. The last module, "Implementing Gender Equality" is designed for middle- and senior managers as well as human resource practitioners and aims at providing an introduction to gender mainstreaming and inclusiveness. This course can be used as a stand-alone awareness-raising activity, but also as an introduction to the one-week workshop targeting middle- and senior managers focusing on human resource management and gender mainstreaming.
This course provides an introduction to projects and Project Management. Across three modules, you will discover how effective Project Management can help to support Customs reform and modernization initiatives, and you will learn about the four phases of the Project Lifecycle. Finally, we will examine Project Governance, roles and responsibilities, and what it means for you to be a Project Manager within a larger Project Governance framework.
The Leadership and Management Development (LMD) e-learning course is addressed to Customs senior managers and aims at contributing to develop and promote a leadership oriented culture in the whole organization, so that hopefully the organization can easily and more effectively achieve its vision and deliver its strategy, while living its values.
NCTS is an European wide system, based upon electronic declaration and processing, designed to provide better management and control of Community and Common Transit. It involves all countries comprising the EU Member States and all Common Transit Convention contracting countries. Based on the transit declaration, NCTS also covers the processing of safety and security data at entry and at the exit.
The Combined Nomenclature (CN) is a tool for classifying goods, set up to meet the requirements of the Common Customs Tariff and the EU's external trade statistics. It forms the basis for the declaration of goods; at importation or exportation or when subject to intra-Union trade statistics. This determines which rate of customs duty applies and how the goods are treated for statistical purposes. Other legislation may also refer to the Combined Nomenclature. The CN is thus a vital working tool for business and the Member States' customs administrations. The Combined Nomenclature was established by Council Regulation (EEC) No 2658/87 on the tariff and statistical nomenclature and is updated every year.
Incoterms® is an acronym that stands for "International Commercial Terms". It is a series of three-letter trade terms related to common contractual trading practices that can be used in sales contracts. These clauses define the responsibilities and the obligations of the buyer and the seller.
Nanolearning - Check the application process and decision-taking processes for the BTI decision.
The new EU-wide Uniform User Management and Digital Signatures system offers Economic Operators a unified access to a number of supporting IT systems such as UCC Customs Decisions, EOS-AEO, COPIS, UCC BTI usage and decision, including central services for electronic submission of declarations. The eLearning course "UUM&DS: Your passport to EU applications" provides Economic operators and their Customs representatives with information on how to work with UUM&DS and carry out delegation, certificate registration and authentication processes.
This easy-to-use eLearning module is one of the courses from an extensive EU eLearning programme on Customs and Taxation.
This easy-to-use eBook is an interactive eLearning tool including the entire content of the Authorised Economic Operators Guidelines, which text has been enriched with the some interactive multimedia learning activities.