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Wednesday 26 January
Timings: 10.00 - 11.30
BUFDG welcomes back David Miller and Jack Atkins from The Customs People. This is the first of 3 sessions. The links to the second session in February can be found here and the third session in April can be found here.
In this session, David and Jack will consider the changes that came in from 1 January 2022 that may be of relevance to the HE sector and will also explain what issues need to be considered when university personnel takes goods overseas in hand luggage. There will be time for questions and you are welcome to send them in ahead of the session.
Further information and a joining link will be sent a little nearer the time. If you have any questions relating to your order, please email Gill Birch
Type : Training
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