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February, 2017 Edition

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In this newsletter

 

  • Afghanistan Customs Department Visits CCES Canberra Offices 

  • National Committee on Trade Facilitation Research Project

  • Single Subject Study

  • Supply Chain Security Verification Program

  • Securing the Asean-China supply chain with 'authorised economic operators'

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Latest News

Securing the Asean-China supply chain with 'authorised economic operators'


Rob Preece is a Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Customs & Excise Studies, Charles Sturt University. He is our representative in the South East Asia Region. Tong Hua is a programme manager at the World Customs Organisation's Asia Pacific regional office in Bangkok, and operations manager of the CCF/China Fund.
 

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National Committee on Trade Facilitation Research Project

CCES has been engaged by the Australian International Trade and Transport Industry to undertake a research project on the Australian National Committee on Trade Facilitation (NCTF).

 

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Afghanistan Customs Department Visit CCES Canberra Offices

Mr. Ahmed Reshad Popal, Director General of the Afghanistan Customs Department (ACD), recently visited Canberra to meet with Professor David Widdowson, CEO and Head of School, CCES.

 

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Supply Chain Security Verification Program

In 2017 the Centre for Customs and Excise Studies will be offering our new course: Supply Chain Security Verification. This course introduces participants to a methodology for systematically evaluating the effectiveness of systems, procedures and controls that are designed to ensure international supply chain security.

 

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Did you know that CCES at CSU offers you the option of Single Subject Study?


Single Subject Study gives you flexibility without the commitment of a full degree. The program allows you to:
  • study subjects that require no prerequisites, prior knowledge, or experience
  • sample university, or test out a subject area
  • update your professional qualifications
  • build your skills or explore your passions
  • prove to yourself that you are capable of university study
Click here to see the full list of subjects available in 2017.
 

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