Qatar Chamber recently launched the 31st session of the training programme for customs brokers and representatives.
The programme, which is being held in co-operation with the General Authority of Customs, aims to qualify workers in the field of customs clearance and inform them of the regulations, laws, and procedures relating to customs clearance.
It also seeks to improve the customs clearance profession and develop the performance of workers in this sector, in addition to providing distinguished customs services to the public and reducing the congestion on customs ports.
Several customs experts will conduct lectures in the course, which will touch on numerous topics, including preferential international agreements, customs procedures, customs tariffs under the harmonised system, provisions and rules of origin, customs law, and the Al-Nadeeb Programme.
It is noteworthy that the programme, which was launched in 2015, qualified a large number of customs brokers, who received a certified certificate from the chamber at the end of the programme, qualifying them for the final test that is held at the General Authority of Customs.
Qatar Chamber regularly holds the Customs Programme, which is important to the Qatari business community as it qualifies customs brokers and prepares them for the labour market, thereby facilitating and accelerating procedures for clearing shipments from ports.
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