Are you in charge of completing the customs documents for your company's imports or exports? Are you responsible for your company's customs compliance into the US? Whether you are new to this or not, if your goods enter the United States and you need an expert to take the time to answer your questions, then this webinar is for you! In this hour-long roundtable offered twice annually, you will have the opportunity to ask your questions and get them answered live in real time.

  • Live Webinar

  • Thursday, September 26, 2024

  • 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM PT

  • Earn Professional Development Points

  • Online From Any Computer/Mobile Device

  • Free

Who Should Attend?

The material in this course is relevant to ...

Any member within your company involved in the US import process. Whether you are the owner, manager, supervisor, coordinator or logistics staff of a company importing into the US, been selected for a US Customs audit, confused when filling customs documents, or needing points for your professional designation then this is for you.
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Are You A Professional Designate?

Whether you’re a CCS, CES, CTCS, MCS, MES, a legal, accounting, trade or logistics professional we’ve got your annual maintenance points and/or study material here.

Topics Include

By taking this course you will walk away with a good understanding of what US Customs and other participating agencies require, how to complete required documentation accurately, who in your supply chain is responsible for what, the large role tariff classification and country of origin play in your bottom line, types of entries available to you, and so much more. With the information you gain in this course not only will you lay a solid foundation of compliance for your business, but also for expanding your knowledge of other trade topics like customs valuation, H.S. tariff classification, and free trade agreements.

  • Responsibility Of The Importer

  • Role Of The Customs Broker

  • CBP And Participating Government Agencies

  • Country Of Origin

  • Tariff Classification

  • Free Trade Agreement Eligibility

  • Required documents and forms

Professional Development

Earn the eligible 5 CCS/CTCS points from CSCB and/or 1 CCS/CES points from NEI towards your industry designation(s) by completing both Part 1 & 2 of the on-demand modules and attend the live webinar.

  • Watch Part 1 & 2 On-Demand

    Complete both Part 1 & 2 of the On-Demand modules anytime at your own convenience

  • Attend Live Webinar

    Tune into the next upcoming webinar to get your questions answered

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Accreditation is provided by the Canadian Society of Customs Brokers and the NCBFAA Educational Institute (NEI).

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Haven't Seen The On-Demand Series Yet?

Check it out below first and we'll be here waiting for your return.

  • Free

    FreeHow To Import Into The US - Part 1 OD

    In Part 1 you learn how to avoid triggering a customs audit by creating a set of practice standards for US Customs compliance.
  • Free

    FreeHow To Import Into The US - Part 2 OD

    In Part 1 you learned how to avoid triggering a customs audit by creating a set of practice standards for US Customs compliance and in Part 2 you will learn how to put those practices to work for you with what to do and what to expect when your company is selected for a US Customs audit. If you are responsible for your company's customs compliance into the US then Part 2 of this series is particularly for you.


  • Breanna Leininger

    Vice President, US Operations

    Breanna Leininger

    Licensed Customs Broker and Certified Customs Specialist with over 18 years' experience in the import-export industry. Breanna is the Vice President of US Operations with PCB Customs Brokers (USA).
  • Gina Crews

    Strategic Trade Partnerships

    Gina Crews

    Since 2007, Gina Crews has pioneered her way to cultivating trusted partnerships with distinguished market leaders globally. Her monumental career at PCB has seen her take on various hats as a Strategic Trade Partner, fostering and maintaining successful partnerships within our industry.