Non-EGADD Events

Please note – The events, conferences, training courses, etc. listed on this page are not vetted by or endorsed by the EGADD Group. They are listed purely for informational purposes

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DEFENSE AND DUAL-USE EXPORT CONTROLS

A Strategic Trade Research Institute Executive Education Seminar

September 23-September 27, 2019

University of Maryland, USA

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The Strategic Trade Research Institute, in co-sponsorship with the University of Maryland’s School of Public Policy, is proud to announce the launch of its executive education training program with a seminar on defense and dual-use export controls.

The seminar enhances the skills and expertise of participants on defense and dual-use export control policies, issues, and challenges.
Registration is open to personnel representing government agencies, industry, universities, research centers, diplomatic missions, and international organizations.

Seminar lectures will be conducted by high-level experts and leaders from both the public and private sectors.

SEMINAR SESSIONS:

  • Export Controls in Geopolitical Context
  • Export Control Regimes
  • U.S. Export Controls
  • European Union Export Controls
  • Export Controls on Technology
  • Trade Sanctions
  • Case Studies and Exercises
  • Export Controls in Practice
  • Defense Export Controls
  • Defense and Dual-Use Licensing
  • Export Control Enforcement
  • Trade Compliance
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Export Control Trends and Challenges

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A second week of further research training is available for interested participants.

For questions, please contact info@strategictraderesearch.org

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CALL FOR PAPERS:

Strategic Trade Review Special Issue:

Emerging Technologies and Strategic Trade Controls
Manuscript Submission Deadline: October 31, 2019

Call for Papers: The Strategic Trade Review is seeking manuscripts for a special issue dedicated to emerging technologies. The objective of the special issue is to publish knowledge and perspectives across export controls and sanctions stakeholder communities regarding the implications of emerging technologies and contribute high quality peer reviewed literature to the policy-making process. For more information, visit https://strategictraderesearch.org/callforpapers/

The Strategic Trade Review is also accepting manuscripts for its forthcoming issues on a rolling basis. Information about the journal and how to submit a manuscript can be found here.

READ THE STRATEGIC TRADE REVIEW

The Winter/Spring 2019 issue, as well as a special issue on strategic trade capacity-building, is available for download on the STRI website. Individual articles from both issues are also available for download on the archives page.

DEFENCE EXPORTS

Sept 25-26, 2019

Amsterdam, Netherlands

CONFERENCE OVERVIEW
SMi Group is delighted to announce its 14th annual Defence Exports conference convening on the 25th and 26th September 2019, in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Defence Exports 2019 will return as the leading event for industry professionals and government officials around the world, dealing with defense trade compliance. A truly global event, delegates will hear from government speakers and senior international trade compliance professionals from around the world on regulation controls including ITAR, EAR, ECR, Dual-Use and the Wassenaar Arrangement.

Presentation spotlight:
An Insight into U.S. Export Controls from the Bureau of Industry and Security

• An Insight into U.S. export controls from the Bureau of Industry and Security
• An update on the activities of the BIS in reforming export controls
• Crucial developments to increase efficiency across all U.S. export controls and sanctions
• Potential future controls on trade with China
• Potential future controls on emerging and foundational technologies

Matthew Borman, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Export Administration, US Department of Commerce

With our biggest £400 early bird discount expiring on 30th April, places are filling up fast – take advantage of this rate by registering online today

If you represent a solution provider or consultancy and would like to speak, sponsor, and/or exhibit, contact Sadia Malick, Director on +44 (0) 207 827 6748 or e-mail smalick@smi-online.co.uk

We are delighted to offer special rates for military & government representatives.
For more details, contact James Hitchen on +44 (0) 207 827 6054 or e-mail jhitchen@smi-online.co.uk

The WorldECR Export Controls & Sanctions Forum 2019

3-4 Oct 2019

8 Fenchurch Place, London, EC3

Our programme of sessions this year reflects all the major export control/sanctions developments and trend directions that have emerged or accelerated since then. This is a challenging and rapidly changing area of trade regulation and keeping ahead of the pack adds weight to the capabilities of trade compliance professionals as business enablers.

This year, high on the list of concerns are
l The return of big-ticket OFAC settlements against non-US companies;
l The ramping up of sanctions against Venezuela – but Maduro remains in office;
l Continuing uncertainty in Asia as Kim and Trump fail to move forward on sanctions and denuclearisation…
l China relations deteriorate in the wake of ZTE, Huawei fears, and a trade war;
l Further divergence between the United States and its international partners on Iran;
l And, dare we mention, the all-consuming, ever-fatiguing topic of BREXIT?

Of course, the Forum is not only a place for discussion of the impact on trade of geopolitical developments – there’s enormous benefit to be gained from shared experiences in practical issues and questions, and, as always, the presentations will not disappoint. This year, we will be able to profit from experience and insight into l Investigations: allocating roles, working with third parties, managing costs; l How and why (the real benefits) to audit your export control function;
l Factoring national security considerations into corporate activities like divestment and mergers;
l Understanding your place in the defence supply chain (even if you’re not a defence company);
l Translating EU ICP guidelines to ‘work’ for your company;
l Cross-border investigations: allocating roles, working with third parties, managing costs.

The WorldECR London Forum is the place to share thoughts upon the fast-changing world of strategic trade compliance and to learn and discuss with speakers from organisations with a global view, leading lawyers and experts from international institutions.
It’s a great time and place to network, where the event space is comfortable and state of the art. As in previous years, you can enjoy an optional dinner on the first evening of the Forum, following a drinks reception. To date, this relaxed and informal dinner for speakers, panelists and delegates alike, held in a local restaurant, has proven a great success. It is optional – there is an additional charge – but it is always a fun end to a long day and a great opportunity to build new contacts.

Key dates and offers
Please allow me to draw your attention to the following:
l If you register by 1 September you can save £200
l Additional delegates from the same organisation can save an additional £100
l WorldECR subscribers and past Forum attendees can claim a 15% discount.

Further information and how to Register can be found here

The WorldECR Export Controls & Sanctions Forum 2019

15-16 Oct 2019

The Offices of Hogan Lovells, Washington DC, USA

We’re back in London and DC in October this year, and what a busy (and challenging) 15 months it will have been since the 2018 Forum last June. Since then we’ve seen l The return of big-ticket OFAC settlements
l The ramping up of sanctions against Venezuela;
l Further divergence between the United States and its international partners on Iran;
l Reactivation of Title III of Helms-Burton, calling time on Cuba détente;
l Attempts to get to grips with export controls on emerging technologies;
l China relations deteriorate in the wake of ZTE, the Huawei story, and trade war;
l Continuing uncertainty in Asia as presidents Kim and Trump fail to move forward on sanctions and denuclearisation.

Of course, the WorldECR Forum is not only a place for discussion of the impact on trade of geopolitical developments – there’s enormous benefit to be gained from shared experiences in practical issues and questions, such as:
l The interplay between compliance and corporate reputation: What’s the dynamic? Where are the risks?
l Ensuring compliant exports when a non-US entity is the buyer and the seller;
l Appropriate immediate responses to wind-down notices (Don’t panic. But don’t relax!);
l Investigations: allocating roles, working with third parties, managing costs;
l Auditing your export control function;
l Factoring national security considerations into corporate activities like divestment and mergers.

The WorldECR Forum in DC is the place to share thoughts upon the fast-changing world of strategic trade compliance and learn and discuss, with speakers from Rockwell Automation, Marsh & McLennan, Textron, Walmart, the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, the Canadian Border Services Agency, as well as with leading lawyers from around the world and
experts from international institutions.

Past attendees of WorldECR Forum events know that they provide an unparalleled opportunity to make contacts, learn from peers and mentors, share ideas and concerns, broaden horizons – and take the lead in the increasingly demanding and complex domain of sanctions and export control compliance.

As in previous years, you can enjoy an optional dinner on the first evening of the Forum, following the drinks reception. To date, this relaxed and informal dinner for speakers, panellists and delegates, held in a local restaurant, has proven a great success. It is optional – there is an additional charge – but it is always a fun end to a long day and a great opportunity
to build new contacts.

Key dates and offers
Please allow me to draw your attention to the following:
l If you register by 1 September you can save $300
l Additional delegates from the same organisation can save an additional $200
l WorldECR subscribers and past Forum attendees can claim a 15% discount.

Further information and how to register can be found here

Export Control Training

Export Compliance Organisation / Department for International Trade
Seminar / Workshop Series
Jan – Mar 2019

The export control organisation (ECO) has published the latest version of its export control training bulletin. 

Read this important message:

Notice to exporters 2017/10: latest export control training bulletin published

Read more Notices to Exporters.

For general export control queries please contact the ECO Helpline on 020 7215 4594 or eco.help@trade.gsi.gov.uk

ECO Business Awareness Unit Export Control Organisation

https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/export-control-organisation

Export control training courses available, June to October 2019

We will shortly publish the next edition of the Export Control Training Bulletin, covering courses available between July and October 2019.

You might wish to see advance details of courses (below). If you wish to book a place or places at any of these events, please contact Denise Carter for an application form: denise.carter@trade.gov.uk

June 2019
 Derby
12th Intermediate Seminar 9:30 – 4:40 Jurys Inn East Midlands Airport £150
13th Foundation Workshop 9:30 – 1:00

(Lunch from 12:30)

Jurys Inn East Midlands Airport £118
13th Licences Workshop 1:15 – 4:45

(Lunch from 12:30)

Jurys Inn East Midlands Airport £108
London
26th Making Better Licence Applications

9:30 – 1:30

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge £108
July 2019
Cambridge
3rd Intermediate Seminar 9:30 – 4:45 The Cambridge Belfry Hotel £150
4th Foundation Workshop 9:30 – 1:00

(Lunch from 12:30)

The Cambridge Belfry Hotel £118
4th Licences Workshop 1:15 – 4:45

(Lunch from 12:30)

The Cambridge Belfry Hotel £108
September 2019
Edinburgh
2nd Intermediate Seminar 9:30 – 4:45 Apex Waterloo Place Hotel, EH1 3BG £150
3rd Foundation Workshop 9:30 – 1:00

(Lunch from 12:30)

Apex Waterloo Place Hotel, EH1 3BG £118
3rd Licences Workshop 1:15 – 4:45

(Lunch from 12:30)

Apex Waterloo Place Hotel, EH1 3BG £108
October 2019
Leeds
16th Intermediate Seminar 9:30 – 4:45 Park Plaza Leeds

LS1 5NS

£150
17th Foundation Workshop 9:30 – 1:00

(Lunch from 12:30)

Park Plaza Leeds

LS1 5NS

£118
17th Licences Workshop 1:15 – 4:45

 

Park Plaza Leeds

LS1 5NS

£108

 

For general export control queries please contact our Helpline on 020 7215 4594 or email: exportcontrol.help@trade.gov.uk

Business Awareness Unit  Export Control Joint Unit

Trade Controls Webinars

Export Compliance Training Institute 

The Export Compliance Training Institute has created a series of webinars to fit the needs of any export professional. These webinars provide detailed analysis of specific topics ranging from export classifications to EU export controls. Gain the detailed training you need on the topics that directly affect your company. Many webinars have been approved for CLE Credits.

Our webinars combine PowerPoint slides and streaming live video to keep the topics both interesting and informative. All webinars include a 60 minute presentation to be followed by a 30 minute comprehensive Q & A session. All attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, certificate of completion and access to the recorded version of the webinar via email.

Export Controls Seminars

Export Compliance Training Institute

International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and Office of Foreign Assets Controls (OFAC) Training Seminars from the leaders in US Export Controls Compliance Training.

  • LONDON UK – APR / MAY 2019
    US CONTROLS FOR NON-US COMPANIES & TRANSACTIONS
    ITAR Defense Trade Controls – APR 29-30, 2019
    EAR / OFAC Export Controls & Embargoes – MAY 1-2, 2019
    VENUE: Hilton London Olympia
  • WASHINGTON DC (REEXPORTS) – MAY 2019
    US CONTROLS FOR NON-US COMPANIES & TRANSACTIONS
    ITAR Defense Trade Controls – MAY 13-14, 2019
    EAR / OFAC Export Controls & Embargoes – MAY 15-16, 2019
    VENUE: Embassy Suites Alexandria Old Town
  • SINGAPORE – MAY 2019
    US CONTROLS FOR NON-US COMPANIES & TRANSACTIONS
    ITAR Defense Trade Controls – MAY 27-28, 2019
    EAR / OFAC Export Controls & Embargoes – MAY 29-30, 2019
    VENUE: Novotel Clarke Quay
  • SAN DIEGO CA – JUN 2019
    ITAR Defense Trade Controls – JUN 17-18, 2019
    EAR & OFAC Export Controls – JUN 19-20, 2019
    VENUE: Doubletree Hotel San Diego Downtown
  • AUSTIN TX – SEP 2019
    ITAR Defense Trade Controls – SEP 16-17, 2019
    EAR & OFAC Export Controls – SEP 18-19, 2019
    VENUE: Hilton Garden Inn Austin Downtown
  • AMSTERDAM NL – SEP / OCT 2019
    US CONTROLS FOR NON-US COMPANIES & TRANSACTIONS
    ITAR Defense Trade Controls – SEP 30-OCT 1, 2019
    EAR / OFAC Export Controls & Embargoes – OCT 2-3, 2019
    VENUE: The Hilton Amsterdam Hotel
  • UNIVERSITY EXPORT CONTROLS – OCT 2019
    US CONTROLS FOR UNIVERSITIES, RESEARCH LABS, & COLLABORATING INDUSTRY
    EAR / OFAC / ITAR COMPLIANCE – OCT 14-17, 2019
    VENUE: The Blackwell Inn on the campus of THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
  • PHOENIX AZ – OCT 2019
    ITAR Defense Trade Controls – OCT 28-29, 2019
    EAR & OFAC Export Controls – OCT 30-31, 2019
    VENUE: Sheraton Crescent Hotel
  • WASHINGTON DC – NOV 2019
    ITAR Defense Trade Controls – NOV 11-12, 2019
    EAR & OFAC Export Controls – NOV 13-14, 2019
    VENUE: Embassy Suites Alexandria Old Town
  • MIAMI FL – DEC 2019
    ITAR Defense Trade Controls – DEC 9-10, 2019
    EAR & OFAC Export Controls  EC 11-12, 2019
    VENUE: Doubletree Ocean Point Resort and Spa by Hilton

List of Forthcoming Events

Full Circle Compliance

Published every Friday or last publication day of the week, our overview of Approaching Events is organized to list continuously available training, training events, seminars & conferences, and webinars.

Continuously Available Training

* E-Seminars: “US Export Controls” / “Defense Trade Controls“; Export Compliance Training Institute; danielle@learnexportcompliance.com

* Webinar: “Company-Wide US Export Controls Awareness Program“; Export Compliance Training Institute; danielle@learnexportcompliance.com

* E-Seminars: “ITAR/EAR Awareness“; Export Compliance Solutions; spalmer@exportcompliancesolutions.com

* Online: “Simplified Network Application Process Redesign (SNAP-R)“; Commerce/BIS

* Webinar Series: “Complying with US Export Controls“; Commerce/BIS

* E-Seminars: “Webinars On-Demand Library“; Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A.

* Online: “International Trade Webinars“; Global Training Center

* Online: “On-Demand Webinars“; “General Training“; Center for Development of Security Excellence; Defense Security Service (DSS)

* Online: “ACE Reports Training and User Guide“; DHS/CBP

* Online: “Increase Your International Sales – Webinar Archive“; U.S. Commercial Service

* Web Form: “Compliance Snapshot Assessment“; Commonwealth Trading Partners (CTP)

* Online: “Customs Broker Exam Prep Course“; The Exam Center

 

Seminars and Conferences

* Apr 23: Anaheim, CA; “Export Controls Essentials: What Finance Personnel Need to Know“; California State University

* Apr 23-24: Portsmouth, NH; “Complying with U.S. Export Controls“; Commerce/BIS

* Apr 25: Amersfoort, the Netherlands; “Rusland en de onderliggende risico’s bij export“; EvoFenedex

* Apr 25: Portsmouth, NH; “Technology Controls“; Commerce/BIS

* Apr 25: London, UK; “Making better License Applications“; UK/DIT

# * Apr 25: London, UK; “Post Brexit Documentation and Compliance“; The Institute of Export and International Trade

* Apr 25: Minneapolis, MN; “Importing 201: Advanced Import Compliance“; Global Training Center

* Apr 29-May 2: London, UK; “US Export Controls on Non-US Transactions: EAR, OFAC & ITAR Compliance for EU/UK and other Non-US Companies PLUS Other Country Controls Comparison to US“; ECTI

* Apr 30: Tirana, Albania; “Nothing to declare? A complete overview of Trade Compliance“; International Chamber of Commerce Albania

* Apr 30-May 1: Dallas, TX; “Compliance Officer Training“; Globaleyes;

andrewmell@getglobaleyes.com

* Apr 30-May 1: Irvine, CA: “Complying with U.S. Export Controls“; Commerce /BIS

* Apr 30-May 1: Nashville, TN: “Mastering ITAR/EAR Challenges“; Export Compliance Solutions (ECS);

* May 1: Leeds, UK; “Understanding Exporting & Incoterms“; Chamber International

* May 2-3: Washington DC; “Economic Sanctions Enforcement and Compliance;” American Conference Institute

* May 3: Lowell, MA; “Best Practices for Export Enforcement Management“; Massachusetts Export Center; 617-973-6610

* May 5: Munich, Germany; “European and German Export Controls“; AWA;

* May 5-7: Savannah, GA; “2019 Spring Seminar“; National Association of Foreign Trade Zones (NAFTZ)

* May 6-7: Atlanta, GA; “2019 Spring Conference“; SIA

* May 7: Bruchem, The Netherlands; “An Introduction to EU / Dutch Dual-Use and Military Export Controls“; Full Circle Compliance

* May 8: Southampton, UK; “Strategic Export Control: Intermediate Practitioners course“; UK/DIT

* May 9: Southampton, UK; “Strategic Export Control: Foundation Workshop“; UK/DIT

* May 9: Southampton, UK; “Strategic Export Control: Licenses Workshop“; UK/DIT

* May 9: Sheffield, UK; “Essential Incoterms – Getting it Rights“; Sheffield Chamber of Commerce

* May 13: Miami, FL; “Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) Export Compliance Seminar (Spanish)“; South Florida DEC

* May 13: The Hague, the Netherlands; “Seminar exportcontrole strategische goederen“; Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken

* May 13-16: Washington, D.C.; “ITAR / EAR / OFAC Commercial and Military Export Controls. How ITAR, EAR & OFAC Regulations Impact Non-US Companies, Affiliates and Transactions“; ECTI;

* May 14: Miami, FL; “Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) Export Compliance Seminar“; South Florida DEC

* May 15: Bristol, UK; “A Foundation Course in Importing“; BusinessWest

* May 15-17; London, UK; “ICPA European Conference“; ICPA

* May 16: Bellevue, WA; “The Ever-Changing International Trade Landscape“; Baker McKenzie

* May 16: Bristol, UK; “Export Controls and Licensing”; BusinessWest

* May 16: Bristol, UK; “Inward Processing Relief“; BusinessWest

* May 16: Hamburg, Germany; “U.S. Export Controls and Embargoes & Sanctions for European Companies“; Hamburger Zollakademie

* May 16-17; Toronto, Canada; “ICPA Canada Conference“; ICPA

* May 17: Milwaukee, WI; “Importing 201: Advanced Import Compliance“; Global Training Center

* May 19: Traverse City, MI; “Export Compliance Overview Traning“; Foster Swift Collins & Smith PC

* May 20: Schiphol, the Netherlands; “Voorlichting Export licenties, sanctielijsten en Dual use goederen“; ACN

* May 20-21; Trier, Germany; “Sanctions in EU External Relations“; ERA Academy of European Law

# * May 21: Chicago, IL; “Trade Compliance & Policy” C.H. Robinson

* May 21: London, UK; “US & UK Export Controls: A Basic Understanding“; The Institute of Export and International Trade

* May 27-30: Singapore; “US Export Controls on Non-US Transactions: EAR, OFAC & ITAR Compliance for Asia and other Non-US Companies PLUS Other Country Controls Comparison to US“; ECTI;

# * May 30: London, UK; “London Export Control Symposium“; UK/DIT

# * May 30: London, UK; “Post Brexit Documentation and Compliance“; The Institute of Export and International Trade

* Jun 5-6: Seattle, WA; “Complying with U.S. Export Controls“; Commerce/BIS

* Jun 7: Upper Marlboro, MD; “2019 Spring Golf Outing“; SIA

* Jun 10: Cleveland, OH; “Letters of Credit“; Global Training Center

* Jun 11: Cleveland, OH; “Export Doc & Proc“; Global Training Center

* Jun 11: Sheffield, UK; “Customs Procedures and Compliance in International Trade“; Sheffield Chamber of Commerce

* Jun 11-12: Detroit, MI; “Complying with U.S. Export Controls“; Commerce/BIS

* Jun 12: Cleveland, OH; “Tariff Classification“; Global Training Center

* Jun 12: Derby, UK; “Strategic Export Control: Intermediate Practitioners course“; UK/DIT

* Jun 13: Cleveland, OH; “NAFTA Rules of Origin“; Global Training Center

* Jun 13: Derby, UK; “Strategic Export Control: Foundation Workshop“; UK/DIT

* Jun 13: Derby, UK; “Strategic Export Control: Licenses Workshop“; UK/DIT

* Jun 13: Detroit, MI; “How to Build an Export Compliance Program“; Commerce/BIS

* Jun 14: Cleveland, OH; “Incoterms® 2010 Rules“; Global Training

* Jun 17-20: San Diego, CA; “ITAR Defense Trade Controls / EAR Export Controls“; ECTI

* Jun 21: Milan, Italy; “Conference on Russia and Iran sanctions, internal compliance programmes, investment controls and Brexit“; Studio Legale Padovan

# * Jun 25: London, UK; “Introduction to Export Licensing Controls“; The Institute of Export and International Trade

# * Jun 26-28: Washington D.C.; “American Association of Exporters and Importers (AAEI) Conference“; AAEI

* Jul 3: Bristol, UK; “Introduction to Export Procedures – Export Training“; BusinessWest

* Jul 3: Cambridge, UK; “Strategic Export Control: Intermediate Practitioners Course“; UK/DIT

* Jul 4: Cambridge, UK; “Strategic Export Control: Foundation Workshop“; UK/DIT

* Jul 4: Cambridge, UK; “Strategic Export Control: Licenses Workshop“; UK/DIT

* Jul 4: Bristol, UK; “Using Documentary Letters of Credit, Drafts and Bills”; BusinessWest

* Jul 4: Sheffield, UK; “An Introduction to Export“; Sheffield Chamber of Commerce

* Jul 8-9: Seattle, WA: “Boot Camp: Achieving ITAR/EAR Compliance“; Export Compliance Solutions (ECS);

* Jul 8 – 10: National Harbour, MD; “2019 Summer Back to Basics Conference“; SIA

* Jul 9-11: Washington; “BIS 2019 Annual Conference on Export Controls and Policy“; Commerce/BIS

* July 10: Sheffield, UK; “Export Documentation – How and Why?” ; Sheffield Chamber of Commerce

* Jul 11: Birmingham, UK; “US & UK Export Controls: A Basic Understanding“; The Institute of Export and International Trade

* Jul 23-25; Washington D.C.; “Anti-Corruption Compliance for High Risk Markets“; American Conference Institute

*Jul 24-25: St. Louis, MO; ” Complying with U.S. Export Controls“; Commerce/BIS

# * Aug 1-2: Torrance, CA; “Customs Compliance for Import Personnel” Foreign Trade Association

* Aug 20-21: Cincinnati, OH; “Complying with U.S. Export Controls“; Commerce/BIS

* Aug 20-21: Milpitas, CA; “Complying with U.S. Export Controls“; Commerce/BIS

* Aug 22: Milpitas, CA: “Encryption Controls“; Commerce/BIS

* Sep 2, 9, 16: Rotterdam, the Netherlands; “Awareness training Export Control, Dual-use en Sancties“; FENEX

* Sep 8-11: Chicago, IL; “2019 Annual Conference and Exposition“; National Association of Foreign Trade Zones (NAFTZ)

* Sep 16-19: Austin, TX; “ITAR Controls / EAR & OFAC Export Controls (Sep 18-19) Seminar Series“; ECTI; 540-433-3977

* Sep 17: Sheffield, UK; “Customs Procedures and Compliance in International Trade“; Sheffield Chamber of Commerce

* Sep 17-19: Annapolis, MD; “The ECS 2nd Annual ITAR/EAR Symposium“; ECS

* Sep 19: San Jose, CA; “13th Annual CompTIA Global Trade Compliance Best Practices Conference“; CompTIA

* Sep 20: Las Vegas, NV; “EAR and OFAC Fundamentals: Export Control Of Dual-Use Equipment“; Barnes & Thornburg LLP

* Sep 25: Bristol, UK; “Classification of Goods – Using Commodity and Tariff Codes”; BusinessWest

* Sep 25: Bristol, UK; “Incoterms® Rules 2010“; BusinessWest

* Sep 25: London, UK; “US & UK Export Controls: A Basic Understanding“; The Institute of Export and International Trade

* Sep 25: Sheffield, UK; “Essential Incoterms – Getting it Rights“; Sheffield Chamber of Commerce

* Sep 26: Bristol, UK; “Understanding The Paperwork“; BusinessWest

* Sep 30 – Oct 3; Amsterdam, NL; “ITAR Controls / EAR/OFAC Commercial and Military Controls“; ECTI; 540-433-3977

* Oct 3; Rotterdam, the Netherlands; “Trade Compliance Congres 2019“; Sdu

* Oct 7: Munich, Germany; “European and German Export Controls“; AWA

* Oct 14-17; Columbus, OH; “University Export Controls Seminar“; ECTI

* Oct 15: Singapore; “5th Asia Pacific Summit on Economic Sanctions Compliance and Enforcement“; American Conference Institute

* Oct 17: Sheffield, UK; “Export Documentation – How and Why?” ; Sheffield Chamber of Commerce

* Oct 28-29: Washington D.C.; “2019 Fall Advanced Conference“; SIA

* Oct 28-31; Phoenix, AZ; “ITAR Controls / EAR & OFAC Export Controls Seminar Series“; ECTI

* Nov 11-14; Washington, DC; “ITAR Controls / EAR & OFAC Export Controls Seminar Series“; ECTI

* Nov 20: Bristol, UK; “Introduction to Export Procedures – Export Training“; BusinessWest

* Nov 21: Bristol, UK; “A Foundation Course in Importing“; BusinessWest

* Nov 26: Bruchem, The Netherlands; “The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (EAR) from a non-U.S. Perspective“; Full Circle Compliance

* Nov 27: Bruchem, The Netherlands; ” The Export Administration Regulations (EAR) from a non-U.S. Perspective“; Full Circle Compliance

* Nov 27: Manchester, UK; “US & UK Export Controls: A Basic Understanding“; The Institute of Export and International Trade

* Dec 4-5: Washington, DC; “36th International Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act“; American Conference Institute

* Dec 9-12; Miami, FL; “ITAR Controls / EAR & OFAC Export Controls Seminar Series“; ECTI

* Dec 10-11: New York, NY; ” 10th Annual New York Forum on Economic Sanctions“; American Conference Institute

* Dec 12-13; Washington D.C.; “Coping with U.S. Export Controls and Sanctions 2019“; Practicing Law Institute

 

2020

* Jan 30-31: Houston, TX; “14th Forum on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act“; American Conference Institute

* Feb 5-6; Munich, Germany; “Export Compliance in Europe Conference“; NielsonSmith

# * Feb 24-26; Las Vegas, NV; “Winter Back to Basics Conference“; Society for International Affairs

 

Webinars 

* Apr 23: Webinar: “How to Improve Export Compliance with Effective Audits“; ECTI; 540-433-3977

* Apr 23: Webinar: “ITAR Training Basics – For Compliance Executives April“; CVG Strategy

* Apr 23: Webinar: “Switzerland’s Export Control and Customs Regimes: a webinar“; WorldECR in association with MME

* Apr 24: Webinar: “Cornerstones of EAR Compliance: License Application Process & Export Clearance“; ECTI; 540-433-3977

* Apr 25: Webinar: “Best Practices for Voluntary and Required Self Disclosures“; Massachusetts Export Center

* April 30: Webinar; “Conducting investigations and making disclosures“; Baker McKenzie

* April 30:Webinar; “Importing Done Right – Grasping and Implementing the Core Elements of U.S. Customs Compliance“; ECTI

* May 1: Webinar: “Sanctions Update“; Reed Smith LLP

* May 2: Webinar: “CFIUS, FIRRMA & ECRA?” Arent Fox

* May 2; Webinar; “Five Major Lessons Compliance Professionals Can Learn from Recent Enforcement Actions“; ECTI

* May 9: Webinar: “Duty Drawback: Your Secret Weapon in the Tariff War“; Massachusetts Export Center; 617-973-6610

* May 14: Webinar: “Routed Exports: Blindfolded and Walking Through a Minefield – What Could Go Wrong?”; ECTI; 540-433-3977

* May 17: Webinar: “Foreign Investment & Export Control Update:  Next Steps Under the FIRRMA & ECRA“; Massachusetts Export Center; 617-973-6610

* May 22: Webinar: “ITAR“; Global Training Center

* May 23: Webinar: “EAR“; Global Training Center

* Jun 6: Webinar: “China Trade Update“; Massachusetts Export Center; 617-973-6610

* Jun 12: Webinar: “EU Export Controls“; BDP

* Jul 19: Webinar: “Managing Export Operations and Compliance“; Massachusetts Export Center; 617-973-6610

* Sep 24: Webinar: “Basic: Overview of customs and imports developments: US, Brazil, China/Asia and Mexico“; Baker McKenzie

* Oct 29: Webinar: “Key updates on export controls and sanctions“; Baker McKenzie

* Nov 19: Webinar: “Basic: Overview of customs and imports developments: EU, Middle East and Russia“; Baker McKenzie

* Dec 17: Webinar: “Managing Emerging Compliance Risks“; Baker McKenzie

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On Demand Webinars

Export Compliance Training Institute
Webinars by category

The Export Compliance Training Institute has created a series of webinars to fit the needs of any export professional. These webinars provide detailed analysis of specific topics ranging from export classifications to EU export controls. Gain the detailed training you need on the topics that directly affect your company.

Our webinars combine PowerPoint slides and streaming live video to keep the topics both interesting and informative. All webinars include a 60 minute presentation to be followed by a 30 minute comprehensive Q & A session. All attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, certificate of completion and access to the recorded version of the webinar via email.

Agreements & ITAR Exemptions
Basic Compliance
Deemed Exports
EAR Licensing & Exceptions
Export Classifications
General EAR
General ITAR
Import, Customs & Incoterms
IT, Tech Data & Encryption
New Regulation Changes
Non-US Export Controls
OFAC
Universities & Research
Voluntary Disclosures & Compliance Programs