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U.S. Export Regulation (Basics)

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At a glance

Course Length
11-30
Course Types
Full Length
Category
Compliance Training
Regulation
EAR - Export Administration Regulations
Audience
Managers
Employees
Topics
Trade Compliance (Import & Export)
Format
Rich Media

Exporting isn’t as simple as sending a product overseas. Employees involved with the export process must navigate a maze of acronyms, government agencies and regulations.

NAVEX’s U.S. Export Regulation – Basic course provides employees with foundational knowledge they need to export with more confidence and to ask the right questions at the right time. Employees will learn key export terms, such as: USML, ITAR, Commerce Control List and EAR. In addition, employees will learn categories of licensing and different types of exports, including deemed exports and reexports. Learners will also be introduced to classification and screening basics, including four key questions to ask in any export transaction.

Failing to follow proper export procedures can cost an organization time and money and, in some cases, result in serious legal consequences. Navigating the export maze requires good directions. U.S. Export Regulation – Basic provides powerful tools to start the journey. Advanced version also available.

Course Details

All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • The importance of proper export classification
  • A description of the USML, IT AR, CCL and EAR
  • An explanation of ECCNs and dual-use items
  • Licensing under the EAR, including an EAR99 designation
  • Who is considered a foreign national
  • The definition of “export,” “reexport” and “deemed export”
  • Examples of exports
  • Recognizing exports
  • Four key questions to help an organization better know customers and export with confidence
  • Recognizing when to stop an export transaction and when to proceed
  • Export warning signs and red flags
  • Review of the critical role employees play
  • An opportunity to review key policies and certify