Export Controls Training – ITAR, EAR, and CGP
Export Compliance Webinars
Export Controls Training for U.S. and Canadian Regulations
CVG Strategy offers effective export controls training for organizations involved in the export of controlled products and services. Our eight hour webinar covers the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administrations Regulations (EAR). Additionally we provide training in Canadian Controlled Goods Program (CGP) regulations.
Training that is Effective and Engaging
Export compliance is a complex subject based on thousands of pages of government regulations. Because we limit the size of our courses, we can provide training that is engaging and effective. Our instructors ask questions, answer questions, and provide activities to maintain our students’ interest.
We know that your export team’s time is valuable. Tedious classes that subject people to parroting of uninspired scripts do not give students a full comprehension of a subject matter. That is why we have developed a course that fosters learning and provides participants with confidence.
Export Compliance Training Requirements
Regular training is required for all employees of an organization involved in the export of controlled goods, services, or technical information. This is true for both the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), which administers the EAR, and the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) which administers the ITAR. Both agencies consider this education a cornerstone of a viable export compliance program.
This one-day ITAR Training Basics live webinar provides a fundamental overview of the U.S. International Traffic in Arms (ITAR), the U.S. Export Administration Regulations. It includes instruction and exercises on how to classify articles (product and tech data). Additionally, it explains the key principals in the regulatory and statutory framework involved in export compliance.
For businesses that conduct primarily in the United States but also have operations in Canada, a Controlled Goods Program (CGP) module can be added to the one day course.
Subjects covered in the U.S. Export Controls Training include:
- ITAR and USML (United States Munitions List)
- EAR and CCL (Commerce Control List)
- Registration with the State Department
- ITAR and EAR technical data controls
- ITAR and EAR licenses
- Compliance and enforcement
- Transition of hardware and technical data from the Munitions List (USML) to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR)
- Regulation of brokering activities
- Two sections on how to classify articles
- Use of classifications to organize necessary controls under US Law
U.S. Export Controls Training Agenda
- Introduction to US Export Compliance
- ITAR & USML Introduction
- EAR & CCL Introduction
- USML Classification Basics
- Lunch Break
- CCL Classification Basics
- Basics for Compliance
Keeping Your Compliance Program Current
Export regulations are changing rapidly in response to geopolitical developments. These changes effect not only organizations that export defense articles and defense services enumerated under the United States Munitions List but also those that are classified as “dual use items” under the EAR.
The BIS is continually updating the CCL as new emerging technologies develop that could, if placed in the wrong hands, threaten national and global security. Additionally the agency is greatly increased the levels and focuses of its enforcement policies. It is now more important to ensure that your organization is well informed to prevent violations of these regulations.
How Can We Help?
CVG Strategy provides expertise to businesses in Quality Management, Product Test and Evaluation, Cybersecurity, and Export Compliance. Learn more about how we can help your organization by contacting us today.
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