Thank You Stephen
It was a pleasure being in your class;
You made lectures very interesting and fun;
And gave me something constructive to look forward to every Saturday.
Will see you at part 2.
With an Awesome teacher like yourself it makes it easier for me to learn and want to do well
Shipping Co ordinator
Mr. Price Apparel
Please note due to the power outage in Durban our phone lines are down. Please contact us on 071 413 6415
Please note with effect from 1 April 2018 there will be an adjustment to our inclusive course prices to accommodate the increase of VAT from 14% to 15%.
Important Notice: Our number has changed, please contact us on 087 551 0047
Please note our Summer Break will be from 16 December 2017 to 14 January 2018.
SDS is changing our training programme to have set semesters in order to help make your training development easier. This means courses will only run during these semesters, these dates will not change during the year. Additional semesters will be added on demand.
Please see below our 2018 Semesters.
Part Time Training (Don’t see a course planned in your region? Contact Us)
Please note if a part time semester has not received efficient amount of enrolments, current enrolments will be moved to the next semester.
1st Semester – March 2018 to October 2018 2nd Semester – October 2018 to May 2019
In-House Training (Minimum of 8 Candidates Required)
Any of our courses or workshops can be presented In-House. For your benefit you can also select specific modules out of our courses.
As most of you know SDS also presents courses as correspondence.
What does correspondence mean?
The candidate will have 8 months to do the course.
There are two workshops, these is not compulsory.
Course notes will be couriered to the candidate.
Candidates will have a mentor.
The course is done in the candidates own time.
Benefits of correspondence?
Candidate can set his/her own pace of study.
Candidate decides when and where he/she would like to study.
Doesn’t matter where the candidate lives, so transport won’t be a problem.
Correspondence courses are cheaper.
There are some key points to understand with regards to the new Acts coming out.
We have listed some of these points below:
v New clearance declaration submission time frames
vNew compulsory Supporting Documents
v Accreditation requires skilled staff
vNew penalty and criminal proceedings structures
vFull re-licencing and registration of all entities after new acts are implemented
vCustoms liable for interest on refunds
vCD1 to be implemented after introduction of CDA and CCA acts 2014
vCurrency conversion: SOB date falling away.
SDS presents Clearance Declaration (CD1)
The Customs administration of South Africa is on the verge of introducing a new clearance document (CD1) for importation, exportation, in bond and in transit movements of goods within and through-out the Southern African Customs Union.
Get ready for the change by attending this informative 1 day course wherein the clearance document (CD1) will be discussed and framed in detail. Dates will be announced, keep an eye on our website.
BE PREPARED FOR CHANGE!
Due to demand we have now planned courses that runs on Tuesday and Thursday Mornings with a break over the holiday season.
Download our training programme with more information or contact us.
SDS presents: SDS 2®: SA Customs Compliance Part II Course
The SACC PII provides the student with the key skills required to function in a Customs Brokerage. First presented in 1997, this course provides the highly sought after SDS2® required by F&C industry employers.
Graduates of the SDS 1®: SA Customs Compliance Part I or International Forwarding Part 1 or South African Export Compliance courses qualify for entrance onto this course.
Upon completion of this course, learners will be able to:
Classify commodities using the rules for the interpretation of the Harmonised Commodity Coding and Description System (Tariff)
Interpret INCOTERMS® 2010 as they relate to the calculation of Customs Value