Why this course?
This export controls training course considers the complex and developing field of export licensing and controls. The expanding definitions of military and dual – use goods means that there are increasing business risks for a growing number of companies. Export controls cover the export of goods, technology transfer, including the export of technology over the internet, via email, oral disclosure or technical assistance overseas.
Who is it for?
The one day course will cover the elements of export control and licensing and will contain greater consideration of compliance procedures. It will be suitable for those new to export controls, experienced staff who wish to update their knowledge and those responsible and concerned with their company’s compliance procedures.
What does it cover?
• Why do we have export control?
• Who administers the export control?
• Which countries are controlled?
• Penalties for violation
• What products are covered by export control?
• Dual – Use Products
• Transfer of Technology
• Export Licenses available
• Export License application
• Export License Use
• Role of Customs
• United States Controls
• ITAR and EAR Regulations
• Suspicious Enquiries
• Suggested Best Practice
Benefits and outcome:
The seminar examines the current export control legislation and gives valuable guidance for compliance with the latest legislation for both Military and Dual-Use items. It will also consider compliance with external controls, such as ITAR, EAR and Anti-Boycott regulations that may be imposed on those companies with US connections or shipping goods of US origin.
Global Members: To book on with your extra discounted rate, please call +44 (0) 1753 870 560 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Non Members: Please call +44 (0) 1753 870 560 or email email@example.com to book your place for this workshop.