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This course is an AEPCOMM accreditation course that provides Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment (DAWE) accreditation for Automatic Entry Processing (AEP) for Commodities Scheme. Registrants will need to already hold accreditation under the NCCC Scheme to be eligible for AEPCOMM accreditation. Upon successful completion of this course licensed customs brokers will be accredited with 3 points in Stream A for the 2020-2021 CPD year.

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Are you a licensed customs broker or experienced compiler/classifier and you would like to have your industry experience recognised by your clients and your peers through the attainment of the Diploma of Customs Broking? Then the CBFCA's Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) pathway is for you. The emphasis is on creating a simple pathway that allows you to attain the Diploma without the need to attend any classes or complete any assessments if you have the necessary experience gained... Details
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Take the next step in your career! Advance and enhance your career with the new Diploma of Customs Broking. The Diploma of Customs Broking is the approved course of study ratified by the Australian Customs and Border Protection Services (ACBPS) as the pre-requisite for licensing of customs brokers in Australia. If you have already completed units from the National Customs Brokers Course or from the Certificate IV of International Freight Forwarding, either with the CBFCA or via TAFE... Details
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Export Air Freight Procedures
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The Accredited Air Cargo Agent (AACA) Security Awareness Training developed by the Australian Federation of International Freight Forwarders and Customs Brokers and Forwarders Council of Australi Inc. has been approved by the Department of Home Affairs. All individuals, including contractors, with access to air cargo or security sensitive information within the AACA organisation must receive this training. All individuals, including contractors, must renew this training every 2... Details
When: January 1 – December 31, 2022
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This course is an AEPCOMM accreditation course that provides Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment (DAWE) accreditation for Automatic Entry Processing (AEP) for Commodities Scheme. Registrants will need to already hold accreditation under the NCCC Scheme to be eligible for AEPCOMM accreditation. Upon successful completion of this course licensed customs brokers will be accredited with 3 points in Stream A for the 2020-2021 CPD... Details
When: January 1 – June 30, 2022
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This course is a combined re-accreditation course that provides the most up to date information from Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (DAWE) accreditation for both Non Commodity Containerised Cargo Clearance (NCCC) and Automatic Entry Processing (AEP) for Commodities Schemes.

When: January 24 – December 1, 2022
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When: May 11–13, 2022
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This course gives participants the knowledge to interpret and apply the International Air Transport Association Dangerous Goods Regulations (IATA DGR) to shipments of dangerous goods and hazardous materials being sent by air. The course is designed to provide training in all areas of handling and transporting dangerous goods by air.

When: June 7–9, 2022
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In this course you will learn what has changed between the current International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) code and Australian Marine Orders (MO) and the new one.  We remind you of the IMDG requirements and highlight what will change in the new edition and how they need to be applied. The course is designed to provide an update in the theory and practical aspects of shipping dangerous goods by sea and provide you with the information you need to ensure your work practices and... Details
When: June 8–9, 2022
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This course is a combined re-accreditation course that provides the most up to date information from Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (DAWE) accreditation for both Non Commodity Containerised Cargo Clearance (NCCC) and Automatic Entry Processing (AEP) for Commodities Schemes.

When: July 11 – December 31, 2022
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Take the next step in your career! Advance and enhance your career with the Diploma of Customs Broking. The Diploma of Customs Broking is the approved course of study ratified by the Department of Home Affairs as the pre-requisite for licensing of customs brokers in Australia. The Diploma of Customs Broking is delivered via an online environment utilising state-of-the-art virtual classrooms which enable you to come together with your facilitators and fellow... Details
When: July 11 – December 5, 2022
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The Diploma of International Freight Forwarding is a mix of fully facilitated and self-directed study. It contains up-to-date, real world content in an easy-going format that benefits both students and employers. The Diploma’s format allows you to study flexibly around your life and work commitments. However you’re not left on your own, with direct one-on-one access to subject matter experts and peer group forums for support throughout your learning and... Details
When: July 11 – December 5, 2022
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In this course you will learn what has changed between the current International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) code and Australian Marine Orders (MO) and the new one.  We remind you of the IMDG requirements and highlight what will change in the new edition and how they need to be applied. The course is designed to provide an update in the theory and practical aspects of shipping dangerous goods by sea and provide you with the information you need to ensure your work practices and... Details
When: July 12–13, 2022
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CBC for the 2022- 2023 period will consist of 1 webinar (live or recorded) by the Department (DAWE) on the 12 July 2022 at 10:30am. Registration for the webinar must be done via the DAWE website.

When: July 12 – August 8, 2022