Brac officers brush up on customs laws

| 23/05/2016 | 1 Comment
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The Brac customs officers who took part in the recent training, with Charles Clifford (seated, centre), Marlon Bodden (standing, far right) and Philip West (standing, second from right)

(CNS): A group of Cayman Brac customs officers last month received refresher training in various customs and other related laws, general procedures and techniques. Deputy Collector of Customs Marlon Bodden and Assistant Collector of Customs Philip West trained the 11 officers 11-15 April at the Cayman Brac Heritage House and District Administration Building.

At the end of the course, the participants received certificates from Collector of Customs Charles Clifford, who said, “I am delighted with the quality of refresher training provided. While the officers were well experienced even before the training, refresher training and effective upskilling are vitally necessary from time to time. To effectively negotiate the complex world we live in, we need awareness and focused strategies.”

Bodden said of the course, “Modernised training is critical not only to refresh officers’ knowledge but also in maintaining consistent performance by retaining the potential of the organisation and outcomes as a whole.”

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  1. Soldier Crab says:

    Who trains the trainers?

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