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At a Glance

Course length: 
31-60
Course type:
Full Length Course
Category: 
Compliance Training
Regulations: 
EAR - Export Administration Regulations
Audience: 
All Learners
Topic: 
Trade Compliance
Format: 
Vector Animation

Immerses learners in the complex world of trade regulation, arming them with the tools and terms they need to know in order to stay in line with stringent requirements. Provides key guidelines for product and customer evaluation—including know-your-customer guidelines—and best practices for navigating government sites and lists. Learners will emerge with a roadmap to trade success and the confidence to seek guidance when necessary. Making the sale is only a first step. Ensuring that sale or shipment is in the best interests of national security, foreign policy, and U.S. economic objectives is the rest of the journey.

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Course Details

  • General
  • Advanced
General

This course provides key guidelines for product and customer evaluation - including know-your-customer guidelines - and best practices for navigating government sites and lists.

Key Concepts Covered in This Course:50 min

Scope of U.S. Export Controls

The goals of export controls

Exploration of exports and re-exports

Deemed exports

Trade embargoes, sanctions, and trade bans

The importance of know-your-customer procedures and reviewing government lists for entity restrictions

The important role employees play in recognizing common trade issues

A description of the three licensure categories: no license required, license required, and export license exception

Anti-boycott rules and how to recognize boycott issues

Best practices for combating corruption, including additional party screenings and third party due diligence

Customer and order red flags indicating parties trying to avoid export controls

Advanced

This course includes content offered in the general course and provides the learner with more detailed and extensive content necessary to understand the basics relating to this complex area of compliance.

Key Concepts Covered in This Course:50 min

Topics and information covered in the general course

The initial responsibility to determine whether a product is listed on the Commerce Control List (CCL) or the U.S. Munitions List (USML)

The process of determining a product's Export Control Classification Number (ECCN)

Assessing whether a license is required (destination, buyer or end user, planned uses, what else buyer or end user does)

Trade embargoes, sanctions, and trade bans

Know-your-customer guidelines and the importance of buyer nationality and entity country of formation

Best practices for buyer certification, including obtaining an end-user certificate (EUC)

Export licenses and shipping information

Anti-boycott rules and how to recognize boycott issues

Best practices for combating corruption, including additional party screenings and third party due diligence

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Export Control

Examines the vast scope of U.S. export controls, including re-exports and deemed exports, to prepare employees to spot situations that may require an export license. Also introduces five key questions to ask themselves to promote compliance.

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Trade Compliance: “Eye on Export Controls”

An employee learns that not following the process when a shipping address changes can put products in the wrong hands for the wrong reasons. Follow this “eye”-opening scenario to better understand the importance of following the Export Administration Regulations (EAR).

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