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July Courses: ‘US Exports’ and ‘Exporting to the EU’

Published on: 09 June 2022

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Book your place on either the ‘US Exports’ or ‘Exporting to the EU’ courses and if you book now you will avoid the price increase effective from 1 July 2022.  Discounts also apply if you book onto both courses!  (Note: these two courses will run consecutively on the same day.) 


The US Export course is a stand-alone course which can be attended without any prerequisites, however the Exporting to the EU Course is for members and non-members who have previously attended an Recreational Craft Directive (RCD) course, or for those who are attending the Recreational Craft Regulations (RCR) course this year on 12 July.


Spaces are limited so we advise you to book your place ASAP via the booking link in the course info below:


US Exports – Half day course

13 July 2022 in Birmingham, UK

Course info: https://bit.ly/3FG8Zjd


Exporting to the EU Course – Half day course

13 July 2022 in Birmingham, UK

Course info: https://bit.ly/3FFxpcO

  

For enquiries, please email: Training@britishmarine.co.uk

 


Exporting to the EU Course - OVERVIEW

Building on the foundations of the Recreational Craft Regulations course, the EU export course looks at what UK exporters to the EU need to do to ensure their products meet the EU regulations.

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

  • Get an overview on the differences between the UK and the EU regulations
  • Guidance on MIC registrations
  • Understanding the current list of harmonised standards
  • How to keep your design and certification up to date
  • Brief overview of current tariffs, Rules of Origin and how and where to check tariffs on UK exported goods

AVAILABLE DATES:


Birmingham, 13 July 2022 - 
BOOKING FORM


 

US Exports - OVERVIEW

The US marketplace has a very different regulatory framework to both the UK and the EU. This course gives an overview of what is a legal necessity for UK exporters and the difference between ABYC and ISO standards.

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

  • Get an overview on the legal necessities for exporting small leisure craft to the US
  • Understanding the difference between ABYC and ISO Standards
  • Guidance on how to apply for US MIC Code
  • Understanding the current export tariffs and finding out where and how to check them

AVAILABLE DATES

Birmingham, 13 July 2022 - BOOKING FORM