ITA511 - Customs Process IV: International Trade

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Subject Title
Customs Process IV: International Trade

Subject Description
This course integrates and expands upon all prior Customs knowledge attained from the first three semesters. Students will, at the completion of this course, be capable of processing complex entries such as liquor and tobacco through Customs. In addition students will receive an introduction to U.S. Customs clearance procedures.

Credit Status
One Credit towards the International Transportation and Customs Administration Diploma Program.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Drawback procedures that provide for the refund of duties.

2. Identify and analyze the funcitons of the World Customs Organization and the International Federation of Customs Brokers Association.

3. Identify various avenues available to importers regarding post entry adjustments and disputes.

4. Knowledge of import and export controls.

5. Identify the advantages of (CSA) Customs Self Assessment, (ACI) Advance Commercial Information, (FAST) Free & Secure Trade, (PIP) Partners in Protection.

6. Outline the basis for the enforcement of Financial Administration Act and Excise Tax Act.

7. Evaluate the benefits of Concessionary Provisions and End-Use programs.

8. Recognize the basic requirements for exporting to the USA.

9. Describe the CITT appeal process and procedures.

10. Recognize customs legislation regarding prohibited goods.

11.Prepare complex customs entries for tobacco and alcoholic beverages.

12. Explain the role of Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

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