All of our courses pertaining to Export Process.
- These courses earn Certified Customs Specialist (CCS) credits and Certified Export Specialist (CES) credits
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Courses included: EXP 101: Export Overview – 4 CES. This course defines what an export is and what items are covered under the various regulations. It also provides an overview of the criteria for determining which agencies have jurisdiction and a brief description of the activities of each agency. Included is a description of the most common prohibitions on exports and when an export license may be required. Guidelines for implementing export compliance program are outlined.
EXP 102: Key Export Regulations – 3.5 CES. Since several government agencies regulate exports, it is necessary to understand both which agencies are involved and what each agency’s regulations cover.
EXP 103: Basic Export Process – 3.5 CES. Critical to establishing an effective, efficient export compliance system is an understanding of the export process.
EXP 104: Technology/Software/Technical Data – 3.5 CES. The various export regulations cover more than just commodities. The regulations also cover the export and re-exporting of technology, technical data, and software. In this course, you will learn how to recognize and create procedures to regulate this type of export as part of your company’s compliance program.
EXP 105: Restricted Parties – 3.5 CES. There are a number of individuals, companies, government agencies and other organizations that the United States government considers a threat to the foreign policy or national security of the United States. It is necessary for any company involved in exporting or re-exporting United States controlled items to understand who these restricted parties are, where to find the restricted parties lists and how to use them. In this course, we provide the information any exporter or re-exporter must have in order to avoid violating the regulations by participating in unauthorized dealings with a restricted party.
EXP 106: Embargoes – 4 CES. There are several countries the United States government considers a threat to the foreign policy or national security of the United States. As a result, restrictions are placed on exports and re-exports to these countries. In many cases the restrictions are also imposed on the members of the government and businesses owned by either the government or citizens of these countries.
EXP 107: Restrictive Trade Practices (Anti-Boycott) – 4 CES. When another country or countries boycott a country friendly with the United States, the U.S. regulations prohibit U.S. individuals and entities from participating in that boycott. These regulations are covered in both the Export Administration Regulations and the Internal Revenue Code. Both sets of regulations provide specific activities and agreements which are not permitted. Both sets of regulations also permit a number of exceptions and include specific reporting requirements.
EXP 108: Documentation/Recordkeeping – 6 CES. Providing accurate, complete and timely documentation to both customers and the U.S. government regulatory agencies is an essential element of an effective export compliance program. Understanding which documents are required for each transaction, what information is necessary, and what deadlines must be met helps ensure a smooth transaction and a satisfied customer.
EXP 109: Free Trade Agreements – 6 CES, 6 CCS. Exporters must review the various agreements in light of their sales territories to determine which agreements will provide sufficient marketing benefit to justify the cost of participation, and establish the necessary controls to assure compliance with the provisions of the agreements.
EXP 110: Jurisdiction/Classification – 6 CES, 6 CCS. Learn which U.S. government agencies are involved in the regulation and licensing of exports from the U.S., how to determine if a license is required, and which license is required. Understand how to distinguish between the ITAR’s U.S. Munitions List, and the EAR’s Commerce Control List.
EXP 201: ITAR – 5 CCS, 5 CES. Using the ITAR regulations correctly can help protect your company from these costly fines. Train your staff on how to use the ITAR regulations without the hassle of travel and lodging.
100 Level Courses: Foundational Education
Provides a solid base of understanding in a wide range of subjects. Perfect review for compliance professionals, and an excellent resource for new staff, other departments, subsidiaries, or foreign vendors.
200 Level Courses: Application of Skills Education
Providing for beyond the base knowledge, these courses teach the practical “how-to” of key topics. Deepen student understanding with real-world examples and extensive external resources. Exams that teach as well as test.