Don’t know why we didn’t think of this before!
myfreightcareer and Front-Line Resources Management are excited to advise that you will soon receive an invitation to complete a Freight Forwarding and Customs Broking industry specific benchmarking survey, developed in collaboration with HLB Mann Judd and AFIF.
The collaborative team have spent considerable time deciding the survey content to ensure the resultant report will provide a clear indication of where our industry sees itself today and what plans are being put in place for future growth.
This initial survey will form the baseline for ongoing benchmarking that we believe will be an essential consideration when the Freight Forwarding and Customs Broking fraternity develop their future business plans.
Please keep an eye out for the email invitation you will receive from HLB Mann Judd and take the opportunity to have your opinion included in our first Freight Forwarding and Customs Broking industry snapshot.
It is estimated the online survey will take you approximately 20 minutes to complete and in recognition of your assistance:
Don’t think about it, DO IT!The myfreightcareer Customs Broking Experience Assessment – October 2015
Register now for the next Customs Broking Experience Assessment
myfreightcareer is now accepting registrations for its next Customs Broking Experience Assessment, which will be held on Saturday 17 October 2015.
If you would like to register please complete the registration form contained in our “Information Pack” and email it firstname.lastname@example.org
Does the Australian Border Force recognise the myfreightcareer Experience Assessment
In a word – YES!!
In response to claims that the then Australian Customs and Border Protection Service’s opinion of the value of “National Examinations” had changed, “ACBPN 2015/17” was released. Page 2 of that document advised that:
a) its position remained unchanged
b) myfreightcareer continued to offer its Customs Broking Experience Assessment.
We recommend you read this ACBPN.
Pre-National Examination Study Groups
myfreightcareer will host Pre-National Experience Assessment Study Groups, allowing intending participants in the ” myfreightcareer Customs Broking Experience Assessment” to become familiar with the concept, style, structure and content of a typical Experience Assessment. The Study Group is presented in 2 x 3 hour sessions per week over a 5 week period, starting during the week commencing 7 September 2015.
The Customs Broking Experience Assessment is designed to test the “customs broking experience” of a candidate. Each assessment seeks to test the candidate’s ability to provide advice and respond to real life situations that are encountered by Customs Brokers in the normal course of the business of international trade, rather than being a more intensive test of the knowledge gained during completion of the “approved course of study”. The situations presented in the assessments are drawn from actual business events and the responses should provide appropriate advice and take the action expected of a professional business adviser, i.e. a Customs Broker.
myfreightcareer is well known as a leader in innovative training for our Industry and our Experience Assessment continues that trend. If you would like to know more about this nationally presented assessment or any of our other training products please contact us