Upcoming Chamber Training
Chamber Training offers a wide range of free and paid-for training solutions in Norfolk to help you unlock the potential of your workforce and boost your business performance.
With over 1.37 billion daily active Facebook users worldwide, and users spending an average of 20 minutes on Facebook on each visit, Facebook cannot be ignored
Many businesses are already using Facebook but worry about a lack of knowledge. This workshop will provide you with the tools and knowledge to confidently use Facebook for your business, and save time.
Bring your laptop to this interactive session with Social Media specialist and author Sara Greenfield, and work on your own Facebook page for immediate results.
Do you know and understand the stages involved with making an export? Processes and requirements are changing all the time and keeping up to date is vital to ensure you are doing things right.
This full day course looks at the whole export function from what an export is to the processing and selling of products overseas. Perfect for a new member of staff and experienced staff who want to keep up to date.
Is your business ready for Brexit? Are you a customs agent? Or does your company use customs agents and intermediaries to help you trade with the EU?
If so, you need to know how to meet customs requirements fast and efficiently after the UK leaves the EU. There will be new processes to follow and new forms to complete. We can help. Our training will highlight what you need to know to be able to accurately complete a simple customs declaration.
Do you want to save time and money when producing your export documentation? Creating documents online with e-zCert is the way forward.
This half day workshop will show you how to apply for your documents online taking you through every step of the application. We will also show you tips and tricks to save you time and money.
Do you know which documents are necessary for an international shipment? Documents are there to help get the goods into the destination country quickly and efficiently. They also offer benefits to both the exporter and their overseas customer.
This full day course looks at export documentation and explains why they might be required, what content is required and the benefits they offer.
Do you understand the role of HMRC, rules of origin and Intra-EC trade? Understanding complicated customs procedures is vital to help save you time and money when importing and exporting goods.
This half day course will provide you with the information you need to be able to understand how to comply with customs and the procedures in place.
Can't get your head around preference and non-preference origin? When it comes to the rules of origin it is easy to get confused.
This half day course will take a detailed look at the rules of origin and will provide you with clarity. This course also makes you aware of the differences between the two rules of origin.
Do you know what an Incoterm is and what one you should use for your export? Used in sales contracts worldwide, Incoterms define the risks and responsibilities of a buyer and seller in an international sales contract.
This full day course looks at the Incoterms rules from a practical point of view and explains all the costs, delivery and risk implications and where you can go for further information.
Do you know what documentation is required to ensure that import customs clearance takes place without delay? This course will go over a number of documents and procedures involved with importing.
This full day course will explain import documentation and giving knowledge of the key elements of important procedures, including where to go for sources of information and assistance.
Can you describe the four main methods of payment and three types of letter of credit? With over 75% of letters of credit being rejected on first presentation to the bank, companies want to be able to avoid the extra costs involved.
This full day course aims to provide delegates with knowledge and understanding of procedures involved to ensure they are paid for their goods.Can you describe the four main methods of payment and three types of letter of credit? With over 75% of letters of credit being rejected on first presentation to the bank, companies want to be able to avoid the extra costs involved.
Do you know the difference between the types of agent and distributor and their roles? Knowing the differences and where each one may be appropriate is essential for avoiding potential costs of getting it wrong.
This half day course covers the vital area of agency and distribution. It examines the differences, EU legislation, and finding, appointing and motivating you partners and highlights the pitfalls and costs.