EAR Training Compliance Course
Export Administration Regulations Course. Understanding the EAR or U.S. Export Administration Regulations should not be an afterthought for anyone involved in exporting!
Export Controls Should Never Be an Afterthought
This half-day export compliance course provides attendees with key details of the EAR. This export controls course begins with the basic concepts one needs to understand in order to execute essential global business operations in a compliant manner.
What does this Export Compliance Training include?
The subjects include who needs to comply, general prohibitions, record keeping, navigating the Commerce Control List (CCL), how to classify items on the CCL, how to determine license requirements, applying license exceptions, and more.
Our expert instructor discusses products, why they are subject to U.S. Export Administration Regulations, and whether an exporter would need an export license. This interactive course ensures attendees leave with a working knowledge of the EAR. This Export Administration Regulations training will jumpstart your ability to apply the EAR to your products and technology.
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- Who needs to comply?
- Determine if you are subject to EAR and answer the question: Who needs to comply?
- Changes to the EAR
- Government watch list or prohibited parties and what they mean to exporters
- Who must keep records and which to retain
- Licensing requirements:
- Learn whether a product, technology or software is covered by the EAR’s list of items and
- The significance of an Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCN)
EAR regulates commercial and dual use items and technology while ITAR regulates defense articles and defense services.
The EAR is administered by the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) which is part of the U.S. Department of Commerce. These regulations are in place to protect the national security of the U.S. Items identified within the EAR are that may pose a danger to our national security as well as that of our allies. Items listed include commercial products, software, and technology; they may be subject to export limits imposed by the EAR as well as a requirement for permission to export issued by the BIS in the form of an export license.
The term “dual use” is often used to describe the types of items subject to the EAR. A “dual-use” item is one that has civil applications as well as terrorism and military or weapons of mass destruction (WMD)-related applications per EAR § 730.3. The EAR applies to dual-use and commercial items.
Exporter’s personnel including Legal, International Sales, Logistics, Analysts, Customer Service, Management, Trade Compliance, Auditing, Engineering, Manufacturing
NO SALES, NO GIMMICKS, JUST LEARNING!
* Small Class Size – Time for discussions / Q&A
* Live INTERACTIVE We encourage class participation! You may ask questions throughout the session.
* Book included in price – Great reference to keep at your desk!
* Earn continued education credits (approved for NCBFAA & NASBITE)
* Best in-class Instructors, with real-world experience, which means they can relate to your issues
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