Customs authorisations - EU AEO status in focus

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This course considers customs decisions that require an application. In these cases, an economic operator is required customs permission to take certain action. Customs of course make other, autonomous decisions, on risk, enforcement, etc., which are not considered in this course. 

The authorisation management competency refers to all activities concerning the registration and management of authorisation processes. The activities are related to the registration as a legal trading entity, the application to become an Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) as well as the overall management of all customs licences and certificates. We will consider the requirements and mechanisms of decisions and authorisations, with special focus on the AEO status/ AEO authorisation.

The course is one of the modules of the extensive Customs clearance and trade compliance in the EU training (see the brochure).

Lessons

The course consists of six lessons:

  1. Introduction to decisions and authorisations
  2. Getting ready 
  3. Applying
  4. Decision making
  5. Ongoing authorisations
  6. Authorised Economic Operator (AEO)

After watching the videos, please take the quiz. In addition, you can read articles of interest on the platform during the entire learning period (after purchasing the course, you will get access to the articles).

Outcome

On completing the course, a learner:

  1. Is able to manage the authorisation processes;
  2. Understands the criteria and processes to receive a licence or certificate to become a legal trading entity and to act under a specific customs authorisation;
  3. Has knowledge of the decision-making process and the scope of the validity of a decision (i.e. throughout the European Union);
  4. Understands and is able to communicate relevant detailed Economic Operator (EO) information to the customs authorities;
  5. Has knowledge of the legal framework covering the decisions and authorisations that may be granted;
  6. Understands the compliance processes and procedures attatching to authorisations;
  7. Understands the concept, objectives and benefits of AEO (AEOS, AEOC and combined);
  8. Is familiar with the procedure to apply for AEO authorisation.

Upon successful completion of the quiz (more than 60% of the questions must be answered correctly), you will receive a certificate of completion.

Time

Please plan to dedicate around 2 hours to complete this course.

All authorisations have requirements, and have conditions attached, which must be observed by the holder of the authorisation.

Anthony Buckley

Bear in mind that for all provisions to authorisations you may find further relevant rules in Title I UCC (or DA or IA), given that authorisations are at the same time ‘decisions’.

Michael Lux

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