A Hat-Trick of BIFA BTEC Awards
27th April 2020
Three of the Spatial Global Freight team all successfully completed their BIFA, BTEC Intermediate Award in Customs Export and Import Procedures.
Part of the CPD investment in the Spatial Freight team
As a commitment to continuously developing our team as experts in freight forwarding and logistics, we are proud to announce that three members of our team have completed a key qualification recommended by the British International Freight Association (BIFA). Lauren, Patrycja and Cara each completed the BIFA five-day diploma course, which was originally developed by BIFA together with HM Customs & Excise in line with their long-term freight policy.
Enhancing the advice, service and recommendations we can offer our clients
This training has further developed our team’s confidence and knowledge, which will only enhance the advice, service and recommendations that we can offer our clients. I commend their dedication and focus in completing these courses and deservedly achieving their certifications. Lauren, Patrycja and Cara's willingness and motivation to continually improve their knowledge and skills will no doubt have a positive effect on themselves, our team and our clients.
Mike Wallis LLB, FCILT, Executive Chairman, Spatial Global
BTEC Intermediate Award in Customs Export and Import Procedures
The diploma course comprised of various topics including the customs role in international trade, the customs tariff, classification of goods, customer communications and other key import and export areas, including project customs and international trade procedures.
Accredited by BTEC (Business & Technology Education Council) since 2005, the course is a comprehensive overview of the customs export and import procedures. Taken over 6 to 8 weeks, it encompasses five separate days attendance including four work-based homework assignments and projects.