Course Name: Exim Executive (NSQF 4)
Mode of Delivery: Online (Instructor led Live Sessions)
Duration: 4 Months
Fee: ₹19,500 + GST @ 18 %
About the Course
‘EXIM Executive’ is a Logistics Sector Skill Council certified job role base course on export and Import custom clearance, Documentation, Shipping Procedures & Logistics.
The course ‘EXIM Executive’ is a job role base course and focused on custom clearance procedures, documentation, shipping and logistics operations related to export and import cargo. During the course you will be trained for a job in shipping companies for “Documentation & Shipping Operations for Import-Export Cargo”. While pursuing the course you will-
- Master entire export-import custom clearance procedure step by step.
- Understand the role of Customs in export-import business
- Understand various documents used for clearing the export-import cargo from customs.
- How to prepare and arrange various documents required for export-import custom clearance.
- Learn various schemes and government benefits in international trade.
- Visualise the flow and movement of export-import cargo
- Learn the role of CHB (Custom House Broker)
- Learn entire custom clearance EDI Process of export and import cargo.
- Learn various custom rules and regulations related to export-import cargo.
- Prepare step by step export-import custom clearance documents
- Prepare various kinds of documents used in custom clearance by using various different schemes.
- Participate in various case studies and role plays related to document executive custom clearance.
- How to understand various queries raised by customs department
- Learn how to interact with customs offices for various queries
- Learn various communication skills with field staff, co-workers and managers
- Master entire custom clearance process: Manual and EDI of export and import cargo
Export Procedure and Documentation
Introduction to Export business, Export of goods and services, Various regulatory and private bodies involved in Export Business, Various types of Exporters, Various types of cargos and its logistics facts, Export-Import Contracts and INCOTERMS, SEZ, EOU, DTA and various other differences in incentives, Various Payment modes practiced in Export business, Compulsory and voluntary pre-shipment inspections, GST and zero rated for Export cargo, Factory stuffing process, Port stuffing process, Export Documentation.
Import Procedure and Documentation
Introduction to Import business, Import of goods and services, Various regulatory and private bodies involved in Import Business, General notes regarding Import policy, Import Tariff in India, Various types of cargoes and its logistics facts, Export-Import Contracts and INCOTERMS, SEZ, EOU, DTA and various other differences in incentives, Various Payment modes practiced in Import business, Compulsory and voluntary pre-shipment inspections, Factory stuffing process, Port stuffing process, Import business and Documentation, Import of Samples, Import of Technology, Import Through Courier.
Foreign Trade Policy and Marine Insurance
Foreign Trade Policy Framework, Introduction to Foreign Trade policy 2015-2020, Role of DGFT, General Provision of Export and Import, Export Policy (Free, Restricted, Prohibited Cargo) Definitions, Standard Input Output Norms, ITC (HS) Classification of Goods, Merchandise Export from India Scheme, Service Export from India Scheme, Export of goods through courier or foreign post office using e-commerce, Status Holder Scheme, Advance Authorization Scheme, Export Promotion Capital Goods Scheme, SEZ, EOU and benefits, Deemed Exports, Duty Drawback. Inland Transit Insurance, Marine Insurance.
Role of Customs and Export Custom Clearance
Overview of Custom functions, Role of Customs, Statutory provision for levy of Customs duty, Control and Regulatory provisions, Obligations of carriers, Custom preventive control, Export General Manifest, Role of Custom House Broker, Introduction to Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Introduction to ICEGATE and ICES, Custom Clearance procedure of Export Cargo (Manual and EDI), Valuation of Export Goods, Methods of valuation of Export goods, Export restrictions and prohibitions, Self assessment procedure for Export cargo, Risk Management System in Exports, Arrival of Export goods, Waiver of GR/SDF Form, Custom examination of Export goods, Examination norms, Factory stuffing permission, variation between declaration and physical examination, Drawl of samples, Stuffing/ loading of goods in container, Amendments, Generation of Shipping Bill, 24*7 Custom clearance facility, Proper officer of Customs, Export of hazardous substances, International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures (ISPM-15), Transhipment of Export cargo from port/ICD/CFS to gateway port, Movement of Export cargo from one port to another port by rail, Transhipment of cargo by Air, LCL and procedure for consolidation of Export cargo, Re-Exportation of imported goods.
Role of Customs and Import Custom Clearance
Overview of Custom functions, Role of Customs, Statutory provision for levy of Customs duty, Control and Regulatory provisions, Obligations of carriers, Custom preventive control, Import General Manifest, Role of Custom House Broker, Introduction to Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Introduction to ICEGATE and ICES, Bill of Entry, Types of Bill of Entry, Bill of Entry for Bond / Warehousing, Home Consumption Bill of Entry, Prior Bill of Entry, Custom Clearance procedure of Import Cargo (Manual and EDI), Valuation of Imported Goods, Methods of valuation of imported goods, Transaction Value, Valuation, Valuation factors, case where transaction value may be rejected, Provisional clearance of Imported goods, Valuation of Imported goods in case of related party transaction, Introduction to provisional assessment, Bond for provisional assessment, finalization of provisional assessment, Import restrictions and prohibitions, Self assessment of Import goods, Examination of goods, Execution of bond, Payment of duty, Risk Management System in Imports, Import of metal scrap Electronic declaration of Bill of Entry, 24*7 Custom clearance facility, Proper officers of Custom, Introduction to classification of goods, methodology of classification, Introduction to classification / Assessment , Registration of Contract, Finalization of Contract, baggage, postal Import for personal use, Import of hazardous substances, International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures (ISPM-15), Transhipment of Import cargo from gateway port to port/ICD/CFS, Movement of Import cargo from one port to another port by rail, Transhipment of cargo by Air, Re-Importation of Imported goods.
Practical sessions for Export Custom Clearance: Practical training on how to prepare export documents like invoice, packing list. Developing skills to understand compulsory pre-shipment inspection certificate, shipper’s declaration, SDF, certificate of origin and any other documents which shall be required for export custom clearance. preparing checklist for various shipping bills, like Free Shipping Bill, Dutiable Shipping Bill, Drawback Shipping Bill and Ex-bond Shipping Bill on remote EDI Software for EDI custom clearance and understand how to use e-SANCHIT to upload all supporting documents related to Export custom clearance. Practical exposure for scrutinizing the documents before sending to customs, Preparing draft Bill of Lading and SI Submission.
Imparting effective organizational skills and how to communicate and build relations with senior managers, custom officers, field staff and principals.
Practical sessions for Import Custom Clearance: learn how to Prepare import custom clearance related documents like Home consumption Bill of Entry, Into Bond and Ex-bond Bill of Entry in remote EDI software. Develop skills to understand pre-shipment inspection certificate, certificate of origin, phytosanitary certificate, GSP certificate and various other cargo and schemes related details and documents required for import custom clearance.
Role play as an import custom clearance documentation executive, communicating with importers, senior managers, field staff and custom officers.
Subject wise books will be provided to each participant. The content is written in simple English language which is very easy to understand. The course content includes entire export-import, customs, freight forwarding procedures and business activities.
Projects and Assignments
Each lecture will be followed by projects and assignments to enable participants thoroughly understand the subject matter.
After completing the course, assessment will be conducted by Logistics Sector Skill Council.
Marksheet and Certificate
After successfully clearing Logistics Sector Skill Council’s Assessment, the candidate will be awarded NSQF 4 level ‘EXIM Executive’ certificate.
EXIM Executive is 4 Months Course