Customs Aruba starts its training for Chief customs officer Import Duties and Excises 2021-2022

Dit item is gearchiveerd op 18-09-2021.

ORANJESTAD – On Monday, August 16, 2021, Customs Aruba held a ceremony for its customs officers who will participate in the new internal training for Customs.

It entails the training for Chief customs officer Import Duties and Excises 2021-2022

Instructors Chief Customs Officer Import Duties and Excises 2021-2022Participants training for Chief customs officer Import Duties and Excises 2021-2022The last Chief Custom officer training took place in 2017, where customs with the rank of Customs officer Import Duties and Excises received training to expand their knowledge in different customs areas, enlarge their experience, and progress in their function. Customs started this training due to the need in the corpse for Chief custom officers, and to allow the next group of customs officers to extend their job knowledge.  

 A group of 52 customs officers registered for the training and under the guidance of their experienced instructors are ready for this new challenge.

The training has a duration of one year that entails a year of sacrifice, efforts, discipline, and dedication.

Participants training for Chief customs officer Import Duties and Excises 2021-2022 Participants training for Chief customs officer Import Duties and Excises 2021-2022 Participants training for Chief customs officer Import Duties and Excises 2021-2022

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