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Sec 77 G Depot

Notice 2013/56 (condition 28) states Section 77G Deport licence holders must provide adequate training to make staff aware of their obligations in dealing with goods subject to the control of Customs - further details are available here.

Accredited Training

Freight & Trade Alliance (FTA) has developed a training package titled "SEC 77G DEPOTS - Obligations in dealing with goods subject to ABF control".

This e-Learning course takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete - upon passing the online assessment a certificate with two years validity will be automatically generated.

Importantly, the course provides operational staff with learning outcomes to be able to complete day to day activities with confidence that they are compliant with legal requirements. While there is no regulation on the frequency of refresher training, we recommended that staff regularly review the content and complete this complete course at least every two years.

The course is available via www.ComplianceNetFTA.com.au - $99 (incl GST).

Note: this course has been accredited for 3 customs broker CPD points (CPD Stream B - FTA019).

Further information

FTA, APSA and Container Transport Alliance of Australia (CTAA) members are eligible for bulk registration discounts - to find out more about this option, please contact Travis Brooks-Garrett or Paul Zalai at 02 99751878.

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