The 12th session of the training and rehabilitation for the customs brokers started at Qatar Chamber with the participation of 45 customs agents and representatives in cooperation with the General Authority of Customs. It aims to qualify the employees in the field and help them obtain knowledge of customs clearance regulations and procedures.
It also seeks to raise the efficiency of the performance of workers to provide distinctive customs services to the public of dealers and reduce the congestion at the customs outlets, and provides scientific and practical training for trainees that would have a positive impact for those dealing with customs from exporters or importers or travellers.
Head of the Training and Development Department at Qatar Chamber Laila Al Munfaridi said that the cooperation between Qatar Chamber and the GAC has resulted in organising 11 courses which have contributed to the qualification of more than 550 trainees, the programme has succeeded in defining the interest of facilitating customs work and trade movement in general.
The programme, which has 95 training hours over 17 days, has a number of articles dealing with procedures and customs exemptions, clearance, outstanding conditions of fees and rules. It also focuses on commercial and customs terms, international agreements, customs law, for agents.