Customs National Import System (NIS) Training in Gozo

20th Nov 2018

  Customs National Import System (NIS) Training in Gozo

The Gozo Business Chamber in collaboration with the Ministry for Gozo is organising a Customs National System (NIS) Course in Gozo for those who have not yet attended this training and need to have access to make use of this system.  This course will be delivered by Trainers from the Customs Department and is scheduled to be held as follows:


Dates of course:         20th & 21st November 2018

Time:                           from 08:30 hrs to 17:00hrs

Venue:                        at ITS in Qala, Gozo

Administrative Fee:   €10 per person (to be paid on 1st day of course to Customs Department)


Adequate information and hands-on training of this NIS system will be provided during  this course.  Traders  interested  to  attend  should  fill in the below application form and submit it  by    NOT LATER THAN 20th October 2018    to   the   Customs   Training   Unit   on   email address [email protected]  An invitation letter will later be sent  to those applicants who show interest to attend for this training.

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Customs National Import System (NIS) Training in Gozo

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