A training programme for customs clearance officers will be conducted at Qatar Chamber (QC), on Sunday. The 15-day exercise is being organised in co-operation with the General Authority of Customs (GAC).
The objective is to give accredited qualifications for the customs clearance officers by training them on the necessary skills to enable them to offer high quality services to the public
dealing with them.
The programme will also cover the customs law, customs terminology, protection of the intellectual property rights, evaluation of customs charges, and the related international agreements. It includes 96 hours of training, with expert lecturers in the field of customs clearance.
Trainees who attend the programme will get an accredited certificate from QC that qualifies them to undergo the GAC exams for customs clearance officers at GAC headquarters.
Saleh al-Sharqi, QC acting general manager, affirmed that QC has a special interest in improving the skills of customs clearance officers and equipping them with the most sophisticated professional qualification in the field, which will reflect positively on the flow of trade to and from the country.
“There is a joint technical committee of QC and GAC to assess the outcome of such programmes to make the most out of it,” he added.
LEAVE A COMMENT Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*
Inspection campaign on Umm Al Zubarah street vendors
Amir condoles with King of Morocco
Katara to launch new contests through website
Kerala forums plan charter flights for repatriation
Vegetable yards back after Eid break
UN adopts Qatar resolution, led by Sheikha Moza
MoCI announces working hours for commercial activities
QM's virtual tour offers a more real visit to museums, galleries
Technology to help cut barriers in education, says PSD principal