Worth 18 CES CEUs, this course, designed for exporters, covers:
- Reasons for control and types of controls applicable to certain U.S. exports;
- How to determine, by commodity, value, destination and transaction parties, if a particular export will be subject to one or more controls, and if so, which U.S. agency administers such controls;
- How to apply for the most frequently required types of export licenses, namely those issued by the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Export Administration (BXA), and by the Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC);
- Types of license exceptions for exports which would otherwise require an export license;
- Procedures for items subject to export authorization and/or permits from the Department of the Interior, Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF), and U.S. Customs;
- Additional issues when a freight forwarder or other agent undertakes to apply for an export license on behalf of another party, especially a foreign party.
This course is designed for exporters, freight forwarders and others who are:
Note: Though not a strict prerequisite, we strongly recomment taking the GISTnet course "Introduction to U.S. Export Regulation" as preparation for this course. For more information, click here.
- Responsible for determining export requirements for particular shipments;
- Responsible for export compliance and/or training on behalf of their organization;
- Interested in learning about the U.S. export control policies and procedures.