CCES was pleased to recently host a visit by His Excellency Mr Ahmed Al-Hakbani, Director General of the Saudi Customs. Mr Al-Hakbani is leading the reform and modernisation of Saudi Customs and was visiting Canberra to discuss collaboration between CCES and the Saudi Customs Academy in the development of joint academic and vocational training programs. Pictured are His Excellency Mr Ahmed […]
CCES is pleased to announce that from Semester 1, 2018 students will be able to study the Master of Customs Administration at CSU’s Port Macquarie Campus in Australia. The Master of Customs Administration at Charles Sturt University (CSU) provides students with advanced theoretical and technical knowledge in the field of customs and border management and has been designed for professionals […]
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. The course has been specifically designed to equip Australian Border Force (ABF) officers to verify […]
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. The purpose of the visit was to finalise a Memorandum of Understanding with CCES to jointly develop and deliver a comprehensive program of Customs education and training for the Afghanistan Customs and Tax […]
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). The aim of the project is to develop an industry position for presentation to Government on the membership, mandate and governance arrangements of the NCTF; with a view to enhancing the Committee’s ability to […]
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. Here is an article written by Rob and Tong […]
Following the announcement that in 2018 CCES will be delivering its postgraduate courses at Charles Sturt University’s Port Macquarie Campus, you can now nominate these courses in your Australia Award Applications. Full details of your options for the Australia Awards can be found on the following link: http://dfat.gov.au/people-to-people/australia-awards/Pages/participating-countries.aspx
CCES is pleased to announce that, commencing in February 2018, the Master of Customs Administration along with the Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma, will be offered at Charles Sturt University’s Port Macquarie Campus. To apply, please email us at email@example.com. Click here for information on the Port Macquarie Campus.