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Course Types
Full Length
Compliance Training
Export Administration Regulations (EAR)
All Learners
Trade Compliance (Import & Export)
Adaptive Learning

Exporting isn’t just about shipping an item from one country to another. Exports can happen in many ways, and there are many pitfalls and prohibitions that can arise in the export process.

U.S. Export Regulation Basics expands learner awareness of the complex world of export law. Learners will find out about the classification process – including ITAR and EAR, and the USML and CCL – and will explore different types of exports, including deemed exports and reexports. They will also discover the importance of due diligence in export transactions, as well as how to identify export warning signs (red flags).

Export training can minimize transaction risks and give employees the tools they need to identify potential issues. This can lead to better business outcomes and fewer violations of U.S. export laws.

Course Details

All learners

Key Concepts Covered In This Course:

  • ITAR and USML
  • EAR and the CCL
  • ECCNs
  • Licensing (including EAR99)
  • Pre-export responsibilities, such as accurate recordkeeping and following law and policy
  • What exports are, how they can happen and what they can look like
  • Application of export control laws
  • Reexports and deemed exports
  • Consequences for export violations
  • Reporting and non-retaliation
  • Four key questions to help ensure proper due diligence
  • Warning signs of potential export transaction problems
  • A reminder of their important responsibilities
  • An opportunity to review key policies and certify