Export Webinars and Online Training
Fundamental Research Exclusion: Your Guide to Properly Applying It – PART 2
Are you having trouble applying the Fundamental Research Exclusion (FRE) in trickier situations? Does your understanding of the FRE end with the definition itself? This important exclusion is very useful in a university research environment where many times (but not all times) results are intended to be shared. Sometimes, though, it’s not always clear exactly how the FRE applies – and to what part of a project it applies. In this webinar, we spend a small portion of time on FRE basics and then discuss approaches for addressing more complex questions such as the following: blended projects that contain FRE-data and data that is subject to the EAR or ITAR, issued patents and patent applications, data sharing with industry sponsors, and the latest on any available regulatory updates from the Department of Commerce or Department of State.PURCHASE THE RECORDING
Fundamental Research Exclusion: Your Guide to Properly Applying It - Part 1
How well do you understand the EAR’s and ITAR’s Fundamental Research Exclusion? While this critical carve-out (referred to as the FRE) in the U.S. export control regulations has a significant impact on universities and research institutes, it’s often misunderstood. This results in unforeseen gaps in export controls compliance programs that can lead to inadvertent export violations. Join us for this webinar and walk away with practical knowledge you can apply right away.PURCHASE THE RECORDING
Export Administration Regulations (EAR)
In this half-day course, you will learn key information about complying with the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), which are administered by the U.S. Department of Commerce. We cover basic export control concepts one needs to understand in order to execute essential global business operations in a compliant manner. 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. The course will include examples and interactive Q&A to ensure participants leave with a working knowledge of the regulations – including those related to the Export Reform Initiative – to immediately apply to their engineering, manufacturing, and supply chain processes.CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Faculty or Consultant? Implications for Export Compliance
Do you understand all the ways that university-related activities can trigger export control requirements under the EAR, ITAR, and OFAC regulations? The U.S. export control regulations apply to universities in a unique and complex manner. Faculty members are key stakeholders that need to be on-board for university export compliance measures to be successfully implemented. However, in many ways, university research faculty operate as small business owners and their professional responsibilities go well beyond the academic research itself. They wear many different hats and hold a variety of roles and responsibilities, including that of an external consultant. Different portions of the EAR, ITAR, and OFAC regulations will have greater significance, depending on their role in any given transaction. In this webinar, hosted by Export Compliance Training Institute (ECTI), we explore the intersection between university faculty activities and the U.S. export control regulations – as a researcher versus as a consultant.PURCHASE THE RECORDING
Understanding the Shift of Toxicological Agents and Directed Energy Weapons from the USML to the CCL
Webinar, October 2016, hosted by Export Compliance Training Institute (ECTI).
Have you read the recent final ruling by the U.S. Department of State and Department of Commerce that changes the classification of Toxicological, Chemical, and Biological Agents, as well as Directed Energy Weapons? Do you understand how your business operations are impacted by these changes? The regulatory changes bring on an entirely new set of regulatory requirements under the Department of Commerce’s Export Administration Regulations (EAR) that businesses in these fields must understand. In this webinar, hosted by Export Compliance Training Institute (ECTI), we dive into the 1X607 and 6X619 Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCNs) under the EAR that now cover physical commodities and technologies that were formerly under the ITAR regulations.
Fundamentals Behind the EAR
Does your trade compliance team need a refresher on the dynamic U.S. Commerce Department’s Export Administration Regulations? Do you have new export compliance personnel who need to get up to speed quickly?
Sign up for this On-Demand Course, taught by Traliance consultants and provided through the Global Training Center. Then take it at a time that fits with daily business demands.CLICK HERE FOR ACCESS
Classification Under the EAR
Are export control classification numbers a mystery to you? Or do you need a refresher on the basics behind the Commerce Control List and ECCNs?
Sign up for this On-Demand Course, taught by Traliance consultants and provided through the Global Training Center. And then choose a time that fits your schedule.CLICK HERE FOR ACCESS