This course is ideal for both current FTZ administrators and those looking to enter the field. The FTZ administrator training aims to train individuals interested in developing or further enhancing knowledge and understanding of the foreign-trade zones program and how to successfully operate an FTZ. You will learn: • In-bond transactions (7512) • Customs and Border Protection compliance • FTZ admissions (e-214) • Harmonized Tariff (HTSUS) classification • Record keeping, inventory control, and data processing and..
What is a Foreign-Trade Zone?
Where FTZs are Located?
Creation of FTZs
Types of Zones
Method of Establishment
FTZ Vs. Bonded Warehouse
Special Automobile Status
Inventory Control & Recordkeeping Systems (ICRS)
Country of Origin Markings
Transfer of Ownership (Title)
In-Bond Entries (QP/WP)
Zone Operator Responsibilities
Zone Operator Agreements
Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) / FTZ Operator Manuals
FTZ Warning Signs
Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT)
Abandonment, Banruptcy, etc.
Fines, Penalities & Forfeitures (FP & F)
10+2 Importer Security Filing (ISF)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
FTZ Test s& much more
The class will meet Tuesday and Thursday nights from May 3rd to May 19th 2016 There are 6 total class meetings.
Mr. Scott Neal, LCB, CCS, BB is a Licensed Customs Broker, Customs Certified Specialist, and certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Mr. Neal has been in the FTZ business for over 18 years and currently works as the Transportation Manager for Network Global Logistics. Mr. Neal’s previous experience includes working for Metro International Trade Services, one of the largest independent FTZ Operators in the nation, Stanley Black & Decker, Inc., Serec of California, San Diego FTZ, Inc., San Gabriel FTZ, Schafer Brothers, ITC-Diligence, Inc., etc. Mr. Neal has worked in numerous Zone projects both locally and across the U.S. including but not limited to FTZ #202 in LA, FTZ #50 in Long Beach, FTZ #2 in New Orleans, FTZ #70 in Detroit, FTZ #152 in Chicago, FTZ #8 in Toledo, FTZ #102 in Missouri, FTZ #25 in Broward County, Florida, FTZ #38 in Spartanburg County, South Carolina, Mobile FTZ #82, FTZ #153 in San Diego, FTZ #191 in Palmdale, FTZ #236 in Palm Spring, FTZ #243 in Victorville, FTZ #244 in Riverside, FTZ #276 in Bakersfield, FTZ#257 in Calexico, etc. Mr. Neal has the unique perspective of having been a FTZ User, Operator, Administrator, Consultant, Customs broker, Programmer and Compliance professional.
WHEN: Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at 6:00 PM - Tuesday, November 1, 2016 at 9:00 PM (PDT)
WHERE: RCCD Office of Economic Development - 152 East 6th Street, Corona, CA 92879
Register Free at: https://ftz.eventbrite.com