Interactive eLearning course with live voice-over.
At least 2 hour 40 minutes
U.S. export regulations have a wide extraterritorial reach, which is highly relevant to the foreign (non-US) businesses that re-export U.S.-origin goods and materials to other countries.
The course is designed as an overview of the U.S. export controls and is targeted at non-U.S. civil aerospace companies that import U.S.-origin items with the aim of re-exporting them to third countries.
The course provides the basic knowledge to industry specialists (logistics, procurement, sales, legal, senior management, etc.) to be capable to identify and foresee hazards, violations and possible risks in activities related to re-exporting goods and materials imported from the U.S.
At the completion of this training course, a learner will gain an understanding of:
Civil Aerospace industry specialists (logistics, procurement, sales, legal, senior management, etc.) involved in activities related to re-exporting goods and materials imported from the U.S.
Everyone can manage the learning pace and learning duration depending on each person possibilities.
You can choose perfect timing and comfortable place with internet access.
Unlimited size for online training
No examination will be held
Part 1. Regulation in multinational environment. General overview
1.1. Key Concepts: Export, Re-export, Dual-use Items
1.2. Big Picture
1.3. International Sanction
1.4. Wassenaar Arrangement
1.5. U.S. Export Control System in a Nutshell: ITAR, EAR, OFAC
1.6.EU Dual Use Regulation
Part 2. U.S. Export Control System: Control Lists and Order of Review
2.1. USML Overview
2.2. CCL Overview
2.3. Order of Review
2.4. Key Questions: What? Where? Who? What for?
Part 3. Classification of Items, Commodities and Materials (What?)
3.1. Possible Commodity Vulnerabilities
Part 4. Final Destination (Where?)
4.1. Possible Commodity Vulnerabilities
4.2. Boycott and Embargoed Countries
4.3. Reasons for Control
4.4. ECCN Link to Country Chart
Part 5. Receiver (Who?)
5.1. Possible Customer Vulnerabilities
5.2. Parties of Concern. BIS, OFAC, ITAR Lists
5.3. Customer Profiling
5.4. Know Your Customer
5.4.1.Know Your Customer : Screen
5.4.2. Know Your Customer: Act
5.4.3. Know Your Customer: Do not Self-Blind
5.4.4. Know Your Customer: Ask Big Brother
Part 6. Purpose of Re-Export (What for?)
6.1. Possible End-Use Vulnerabilities
6.2. End-Use Profiling
6.3. End-Use Statement
Part 7. Application for EAR License and Supporting Documentation
Part 8. Export Control Law Enforcement and Export Management and Compliance Program
8.1. Export Control Law Enforcement
8.2. Development of Export Management and Compliance Program (EMCP)