TLI Customs Broking

Project scope

 

In response to a request from Custom brokers in Australia, Licensed customs brokers’ skills and knowledge requirements will be aligned with regulatory requirements, blockchain and data analytics to enhance the resilience of the supply chain.

 

The project will align the Diploma of Customs Broking and associated Skill Set and Units of Competency with updated regulatory requirements, technology changes, and current industry practice.

 

See Case for Change for further information.

 

VIEW CASE FOR CHANGE

 

The Transport and Logistics IRC will have oversight of this project, which will be facilitated by Australian Industry Standards (AIS) in consultation with industry stakeholders. A Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) will be formed to provide subject matter expertise for the development of Training Package materials.

 

If you have any questions about this project, or are a subject matter expert and would like to be considered for the TAC for this project, please contact the Industry Skills Manager.

 

Timeline

 

The Case for Endorsement and draft materials are due to be submitted by 30 June 2022.

 

Deliverables

Review one qualification, develop one new and reviewed 18 Units of Competency:

  • TLI50816Y Diploma of Customs Broking
  • TLIA5035Y Manage international freight transfer
  • TLII0001Y Market international freight forwarding services
  • TLIL5063Y Review contracts, insurance, risk and liability in an international freight forwarding context
  • TLIP5025Y Set and achieve budgets
  • TLIX0001Y Determine tariff classification of goods
  • TLIX0002Y Initiate cargo border procedures
  • TLIX0003Y Conduct advanced border clearance functions
  • TLIX4036Y Analyse, advise on and carry out integrated border clearance transactions
  • TLIX5046Y Carry out standard customs clearance practices
  • TLIX5047Y Determine customs value
  • TLIX5048Y Determine import/export prohibitions/restrictions
  • TLIX5049Y Determine indirect taxes
  • TLIX5050Y Determine origin of goods and apply preference schemes or free trade agreements
  • TLIX5052Y Determine complex customs value
  • TLIX5053Y Determine tariff classification for complex goods
  • TLIX5055Y Apply anti-dumping and countervailing measures
  • TLIX5056Y Carry out additional customs clearance practices
  • TLIX5058Y Review decisions of regulatory bodies
  • New unit to Use of incoterms

 

 

TAC Established

 

9 AUGUST 2021

 

The Transport and Logistics Industry Reference Committee has established a Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) for this project.

 

Comprising 15 subject matter experts from Industry, Associations, RTOs, regulators and Industry Peak Bodies, the TAC has been tasked with:

  • Providing specialist industry subject-matter knowledge regarding regulatory requirements, technology changes, and current industry practice to the review of the Diploma of Customs Broking, Skill Set and associated Units of Competency. In response to a request from Custom brokers in Australia, Licensed customs brokers’ skills and knowledge requirements will be aligned with regulatory requirements, blockchain and data analytics to enhance the resilience of the supply chain
  • Validating the technical content of the Training Package products
  • Identifying relevant qualitative and quantitative data sources to inform the development of draft materials
  • Reviewing feedback from stakeholders through public consultations
  • Assisting in identifying and engaging broader industry networks to participate in consultation and/or validation activities during the duration of the project
  • Offering advice and guidance to assist in informing the direction of the project throughout its duration
  • Making recommendations on the developed Training Package materials to the relevant IRC, which has the final decision-making authority.

 

The first meeting of the TAC is scheduled for Thursday, 2 September 2021.

Technical advisory committee

 

5 JULY 2021

SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS NEEDED

 

Work on this project has commenced and the Transport and Logistics IRC is forming a TAC.

 

Your industry expertise and insight is welcome to help review one qualification and 18 Units of Competency and develop one new unit in the Transport and Logistics Training Package.

 

In response to a request from Custom brokers in Australia, Licensed customs brokers’ skills and knowledge requirements will be aligned with regulatory requirements, blockchain and data analytics to enhance the resilience of the supply chain.

 

The project will align the Diploma of Customs Broking and associated Skill Set and Units of Competency with updated regulatory requirements, technology changes, and current industry practice.

 

Registrations closed Monday, 19 July 2021.

Consultation

 

2 DECEMBER 2021

DRAFT MATERIAL

 

On behalf of the Transport and Logistics Industry Reference Committee, its TAC has drafted materials for this project and is requesting stakeholder feedback.

 

The Customs Broking project includes one new Unit of Competency, revised Diploma of Customs Broking and 18 Units of Competency.

 

These draft products align licensed customs brokers’ skills and knowledge requirements with regulatory requirements and data analytics to enhance the resilience of the supply chain.

 

Feedback submission closed Friday, 28 January 2022.

 

Feedback will be collated and discussed at the next TAC meeting.

Quality Assurance

28 APRIL 2022

FINAL DRAFT CASE FOR ENDORSEMENT

 

The draft Training Package materials have undergone independent edit and quality assurance and have been updated to incorporate regulatory requirements and data analytics to enhance the resilience of the international supply chain. The draft materials include one new Unit of Competency, and updates to the Diploma of Customs Broking and 18 Units.

 

To view the final drafts, please click below:

Case for Endorsement

Companion Volume Implementation Guide

Mapping Attachments Document

Qualifications

Skill Set

Units of Competency

 

The Case for Endorsement is scheduled to be submitted to the AISC in June 2022.

 

 

Validation

15 FEBRUARY 2022

FINAL DRAFT MATERIAL

 

On behalf of the Transport and Logistics Industry Reference Committee (IRC), its Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) has considered all stakeholder feedback and revised draft Training Package materials for the Customs Broking project, including one new Unit of Competency, and updates to the Diploma of Customs Broking and 18 Units.

 

The draft materials align the Diploma of Customs Broking and Units of Competency with updated regulatory requirements, technology changes, and current industry practice.

 

Feedback closed Friday, 4 March 2022.

 

Feedback will be collated and discussed at the next TAC meeting.

Submission

19 MAY 2022

CASE FOR ENDORSEMENT SUBMITTED TO AISC

 

The Transport and Logistics, and Rail Industry Reference Committees have submitted the Case for Endorsement and draft Training Package materials for TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package (Release 12.0) to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) for consideration at its meeting in August 2022.

 

Customs Broking 

The draft Training Package materials incorporate Licensed customs brokers’ skills and knowledge requirements to align with regulatory requirements, blockchain and data analytics. The materials include one new Unit of Competency, and updates to the Diploma of Customs Broking and 18 associated units.

 

Electric Heavy Vehicle 

Draft Training Package materials incorporate the required skills and knowledge for working with and operating electric bus or heavy vehicle. The materials include an updated Certificate III in Driving Operations and two new Units of Competency.

 

Rail Traffic Pilot

The draft Training Package materials address the required skills and knowledge for Rail traffic pilots to manage rail traffic movement safely, efficiently, and effectively across networks under a variety of circumstances. The draft materials include one Skill Set and one new Unit of Competency.

 

View Case for Endorsement

 

If approved, this Case for Endorsement will result in:

 

Four Revised Qualifications:

TLI31222 Certificate III in Driving Operations

TLI37122 Certificate III in Rail Infrastructure

TLI42622 Certificate IV in Train Driving

TLI50822 Diploma of Customs Broking

 

One New Skill Set:

TLISS00232 Pilot Rail Traffic Skill Set

 

Four new Units of Competency:

TLIC0028 Operate a battery electric bus or coach

TLIC0029 Operate a battery electric heavy vehicle

TLIC0030 Pilot rail traffic with due consideration of route conditions

TLIX0035 Apply knowledge of border clearance fundamentals

 

Twelve Revised Units of Competency:

TLIX0036 Determine tariff classification of goods

TLIX0037 Apply border clearance procedures

TLIX0038 Apply customs procedure

TLIX0039 Determine customs value

TLIX0040 Determine complex customs value

TLIX0041 Manage goods under customs control

TLIX0042 Determine complex tariff classifications

TLIX0043 Determine indirect taxes

TLIX0044 Determine origin of goods and apply preference schemes or free trade agreements

TLIX0045 Determine import/export prohibitions/restrictions

TLIX0046 Apply anti-dumping and countervailing measures

TLIX0047 Review decisions of regulatory bodies

 

Three SSO updated Units of Competency

TLIA5035 Manage international freight transfer

TLII0001 Market international freight forwarding services

TLIP5025 Set and achieve budgets

 

Two Deleted Unit of Competency:

TLIX0002 Initiate cargo border procedures

TLIX4036 Analyse, advise on and carry out integrated border clearance transactions

 

Thank you to all stakeholders who provided valuable feedback and contributed to this project.

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Ron Horne

Industry Skills Manager - Rail & Transport and Logistics

 

 

 

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 03 9604 7232

Mobile: 0448 166 536