Taxation and Customs Union

EMCS - Core business module-eLearning course on the Excise Movement and Control System

Content of the course

This eLearning course provides all the key information on the Excise Movement Control System (EMCS), an IT system for monitoring movements of excise goods such as alcohol, alcoholic beverages, tobacco and energy products.

Having studied this course, the users will be able to:
 

  • Understand the flow for EMCS messages, from the consignor to the consignee situated in another Member State
  • Understand the role of the different actors involved
  • Know which data has to be provided in the electronic administrative document
  • Understand specific process flows in EMCS.


Only matters covered by the EU legislation are covered in the course, the national implementations of EMCS are not reflected in the learning material.

Who is this course for?

The course is designed to help newcomers trading in excise goods to quickly learn what they need to know to start using EMCS.

How was the course developed?

The course was developed under the Fiscalis 2013 Programme and prepared in collaboration with excise experts from the EU Member States.

How to use these eLearning courses?

The eLearning modules are free to download and are easy to use.

They can be used as standalone programs (download the .zip file which includes iso, exe, html or html5 formats) or the course can be integrated in your local LMS system (scorm format).

 
The ‘Quick Start Guide’ in the download package explains how to install the courses on your PC or system.

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Available module

 

Title

Description

Duration

Available languages

Excise and Movement Control System

Four work related interactive scenarios to demonstrate how the system works.

1. Submission and receipt
2. Export
3. Management of Registration Data
4. Management of Reference Data

60 minutes

EN, BG, CZ, LV, MK, PL, RO


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