The Northern Ireland Customs & Trade Academy (NICTA) is an online learning platform preparing firms for new processes involved in moving goods under the Northern Ireland Protocol that started on 1 January 2021.
Developed as part of the Trader Support Service (TSS), NICTA provides online training, webinars and ‘how-to’ guides to all those involved in trade between Northern Ireland and Great Britain.
All courses are accredited by the Institute of Export & International Trade (IOE&IT), an Ofqual-awarding organisation with an 85-year track record of delivering training and qualifications.
As a registered charity and partner on the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, the IOE&IT’s mission is to enhance the performance of importers and exporters.
Some 60,000 learners gain IOE&IT qualifications or undertake training courses a year, through face-to-face or online classrooms and via one-to-one consultations.
Upon completion of a course, learners will receive a digital certificate confirming their achievement.
UK Internal Market Scheme (UKIMS) introduction
Intro to the Windsor Framework
Customs Special Procedures Part 1 – Return Goods Relief, Temporary Admission and Onward Supply Relief
Customs Special Procedures Part 2 – Inward Processing, Authorised Use and Customs Excise Warehouse: Entry/Exit
Tariffs on goods entering NI – what are your options?
A Guide – Return Goods Relief (RGR) and Inward Processing Relief (IPR)
Moving live animals from Great Britain into Northern Ireland
How to complete the Simplified Frontier declaration for controlled goods
Goods movements involving Irish Ports – Transit and Indirect Exports
Supplementary declarations GB-NI – a step-by-step guide
How to prepare for your Supplementary declarations
‘At risk’: a short briefing
Lighten the load – introducing the TSS Bulk Load API
Using GVMS for GB-to-NI and NI-to-GB movements
VAT & GB:NI Trade