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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Non-EGADD Conferences >>

GLOBAL TRADE CONTROLS & SANCTIONS CONFERENCE

29-30 September 2020
Marble Arch, London

Decoding Trade Controls, Sanctions and Regulations on Dual-Use Goods – Minimise risk. Enhance competitiveness. Maintain compliance.
The leading international 2-day conference for exporters and trade compliance professionals.

Agenda

Sanctions update: understanding the grey areas

  • US, EU and UK views of Russia, Iran, Venezuela and Cuba sanctions
  • Report from OFAC on latest enforcement actions and recent guidance
  • Impact on companies of secondary sanctions
  • Analysis of restrictive measures relating to Huawei and affiliates

Global export control policies and implementation

  • Review of export control policies from the UK, Germany, USA and Japan
  • Managing the differing interpretations of EU regulations across member states
  • Understanding the impact of US regulations on European companies

Changes in trade rules and their impact on export controls

  • How are companies managing the impact (and potential impact) of Brexit?
  • Understanding EU foreign investment security reviews and CFIUS
  • Analyse the impact of China/US trade relations on export controls

Future view: export control implications for new, emerging and foundational technologies

  • US proposals for management of emerging and foundational technologies
  • How to deal with encryption and emerging technologies in a company successfully
  • Complying with controls on cyber surveillance technology

Interactive features & case studies / 2 facilitated group discussions:

  • managing intra-company tech transfers : tangible and intangible
  • putting internal controls in place for due diligence, spotting ‘red flags’
    and denied party screening

Focus on Asian export controls

  • Key update on Japanese export controls and sanctions
  • Analysis of the latest developments in China’s export control regulations
  • Impact of actions against Huawei on US and non US companies

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Non-EGADD Training Courses >>

Export Control Training

Export Compliance Organisation / Department for International Trade
Seminar / Workshop Series

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

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

INCOTERMS 2020 Training

EGADD has been approached by ICC UK (www.iccwbo.uk), which is seeking to organise a number of Incoterms 2020 training courses, in association with Strong & Herd and the Institute of Export & International Trade – details are available at: https://iccwbo.uk/pages/incoterms-training. A 20% discount is available to any EGADD Members.

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.

Compliance Conferences

Nielson Smith

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

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

ITAR Hardware License Exemptions Explained

Basic Compliance

19 Essential Ways Export and Security are Partners in Compliance

A Deep Dive into AES: Do you have questions about AES filing? Do you have a strange shipping scenario and not sure how to handle it? Or do you have a question about an element in the Electronic Export Information (EEI)?

A Practical Guide to AES Filing: When, What, and How to File in the Automated Export System

“ACE Reports for Exports” – The Government’s Watching Your Data, Are You?

Empowered Officials: Who They Are and What They Need to Know

Executive Briefing on Export Controls

Export Compliance Essentials for Defense Contractors and Subcontractors

Export Compliance Essentials for Sales and Marketing

Export Compliance Essentials for Shipping

Export Controls 101: Starting at the Beginning: Understanding the 1000+ pages of US export control regulations isn’t easy—you don’t want to just sit down and start reading the rules. What you need is someone to explain the basics to you because you need to know what the rules say and mean before you start reading them. This webinar has just what you need.

Hot Topics in US Sanctions: Recent Enforcement and Compliance Best Practices

How to Improve Export Compliance with Effective Audits: All participants will receive a questionnaire for use in developing auditing tools!

Separating Signal from Noise: Effectively Measuring ‘Success’ for an Export Compliance Program

The Essentials and Challenges of Exporting Firearms and Ammunition

US Antiboycott Regulations: Clarified and Demystified

US Export Controls Awareness Training In Spanish: Avoid fines and penalties for violating export control regulations due to a lack of knowledge, training and comprehension of corporate or individual responsibility of your employees.

Deemed Exports

Deemed Exports: Extremely Common and Commonly Misunderstood

EAR Licensing & Exceptions

BIS License Application 748P: How to Prepare It and How to Ensure Best Possible Approval Time

EAR Hardware License Exceptions Explained: If you are an exporter of hardware, are hesitant to use EAR license exceptions, or just want to better understand them, this is the webinar for you.

Export Classifications

EAR Hardware and Materials Classifications: Learning By Doing: Practice Makes Perfect – A Two-Part Webinar that Combines Hands-On Exercises, Discussions, and Instruction.

EAR Technology Classifications: Learning By Doing: Practice Makes Perfect—A Two-Part Webinar that Combines Hands-On Exercises, Discussions, and Instruction.

Getting Your CCL Classifications Right: Hardware and Materials

Getting Your CCL Classifications Right: Technical Data/Technology and Software

Global Export Control Lists and Classification Update 2018

Jurisdiction and Classification: Handling CJs, CCATS, Self-Determinations, and Creating JCA Systems

The Fundamentals of Product Classification: Determining your product’s export classification is one of the most important steps toward export compliance.

General EAR

2018: The Export Control Year in Review

A Deep Dive into AES: Do you have questions about AES filing? Do you have a strange shipping scenario and not sure how to handle it? Or do you have a question about an element in the Electronic Export Information (EEI)?

A Practical Guide to AES Filing: When, What, and How to File in the Automated Export System

“ACE Reports for Exports” – The Government’s Watching Your Data, Are You?

BIS License Application 748P: How to Prepare It and How to Ensure Best Possible Approval Time

Bringing Export Compliance into the New Century: A Roadmap for a Modern Export Compliance Program

EAR Hardware and Materials Classifications: Learning By Doing: Practice Makes Perfect – A Two-Part Webinar that Combines Hands-On Exercises, Discussions, and Instruction.

EAR Hardware License Exceptions Explained: If you are an exporter of hardware, are hesitant to use EAR license exceptions, or just want to better understand them, this is the webinar for you.

EAR License Exceptions: Learning By Doing: Practice Makes Perfect—A Two-Part Webinar that Combines Hands-On Exercises, Discussions, and Instruction.

Executive Briefing on Export Controls

Export Compliance Essentials for Engineers

Export Compliance Essentials for Shipping

Export Compliance Essentials for the Aerospace Industry

Export Control Recordkeeping, Compliance Automation and End-User Screening Update 2019

Export Controls 101: Starting at the Beginning: Understanding the 1000+ pages of US export control regulations isn’t easy—you don’t want to just sit down and start reading the rules. What you need is someone to explain the basics to you because you need to know what the rules say and mean before you start reading them. This webinar has just what you need.

Getting Your CCL Classifications Right: Hardware and Materials

Getting Your CCL Classifications Right: Technical Data/Technology and Software

Specially Designed: Get It Right and Your Exports May Benefit: Two Words that May Have a Surprising Impact on Your Classifications

Specially Designed: Increase Your Accuracy and Decrease Burdensome Controls: Practice Makes Perfect – A Two-Part Webinar that Combines Hands-On Exercises, Discussions, and Instruction.

The Fundamentals of Product Classification: Determining your product’s export classification is one of the most important steps toward export compliance.

US Antiboycott Regulations: Clarified and Demystified

General ITAR

2018: The Export Control Year in Review

A Deep Dive into AES: Do you have questions about AES filing? Do you have a strange shipping scenario and not sure how to handle it? Or do you have a question about an element in the Electronic Export Information (EEI)?

A Practical Guide to AES Filing: When, What, and How to File in the Automated Export System

Beyond the Lord of War: Arms Brokering under ITAR Part 129

Bringing Export Compliance into the New Century: A Roadmap for a Modern Export Compliance Program

Empowered Officials: Who They Are and What They Need to Know

Executive Briefing on Export Controls

Export Compliance Essentials for Defense Contractors and Subcontractors

Export Compliance Essentials for Engineers

Export Compliance Essentials for Shipping

Export Compliance Essentials for the Aerospace Industry

Export Controls 101: Starting at the Beginning: Understanding the 1000+ pages of US export control regulations isn’t easy—you don’t want to just sit down and start reading the rules. What you need is someone to explain the basics to you because you need to know what the rules say and mean before you start reading them. This webinar has just what you need.

ITAR Hardware License Exemptions Explained

Specially Designed: Get It Right and Your Exports May Benefit: Two Words that May Have a Surprising Impact on Your Classifications

Specially Designed: Increase Your Accuracy and Decrease Burdensome Controls: Practice Makes Perfect – A Two-Part Webinar that Combines Hands-On Exercises, Discussions, and Instruction.

Import, Customs & Incoterms

Exporting Under the NAFTA: Update on the Modernization Negotiations and Strategies for Using the NAFTA to Gain a Competitive Edge

Harmonized System Classifications: Learning By Doing: Practice Makes Perfect – A Two-Part Webinar that Combines Hands-On Exercises, Discussions, and Instruction.

Losing Sleep over Customs Issues? Mastering the Elements of Customs Compliance

Mastering HTSUS and Schedule B Code Classifications

Understanding the Tariff Wars: Developing Strategies to Overcome International Supply Chain Disruptions

The ABC’s of FTA’s: Using Free Trade Agreements to Boost US Exports

IT, Tech Data & Encryption

19 Essential Ways Export and Security are Partners in Compliance

Advanced Encryption Classification: Learning By Doing: Practice Makes Perfect – A Webinar that Combines Hands-On Exercises, Discussions, and Instruction.

Deemed Exports: Extremely Common and Commonly Misunderstood

DIY Encryption Classification 2017 Edition

EAR Technology Classifications: Learning By Doing: Practice Makes Perfect—A Two-Part Webinar that Combines Hands-On Exercises, Discussions, and Instruction.

Encryption Export Controls 2017 Update: The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) significantly changed the Information Security section of the Commerce Control List (Category 5 Part II) in August 2017 as a result of the 2016 Wassenaar Arrangement decision to rewrite certain Export Commodity Control Numbers (“ECCNs”).

IT Security, Cloud Computing, and Export Controls: Export Compliance Managers: When was the last time you met with your information technology team?

New Regulation Changes

2018: The Export Control Year in Review

A New Definition of “Export”… and That’s Just the Tip of the Iceberg!: Forget what you know (or what you think you know) because both the State and Commerce Departments are introducing new definitions of “export,” “release,” “reexport,” “access information,” “technology,” “required,” “foreign person,” “proscribed person,” “published,” results of “fundamental research,” “transfer,” and “transfer (in-country).”

BIS License Application 748P: How to Prepare It and How to Ensure Best Possible Approval Time

DIY Encryption Classification 2017 Edition

Encryption Export Controls 2017 Update: The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) significantly changed the Information Security section of the Commerce Control List (Category 5 Part II) in August 2017 as a result of the 2016 Wassenaar Arrangement decision to rewrite certain Export Commodity Control Numbers (“ECCNs”).

Export Control Recordkeeping, Compliance Automation and End-User Screening Update 2019

Export Control Reform for USML Category XII: Fire Control, Laser, Imaging, and Guidance

Export Controls Changes Recap…And What’s Next for 2017?

Understanding the Tariff Wars: Developing Strategies to Overcome International Supply Chain Disruptions

Specially Designed: Get It Right and Your Exports May Benefit: Two Words that May Have a Surprising Impact on Your Classifications

Understanding the Shift of Toxicological Agents and Directed Energy Weapons from the USML to the CCL

Non-US Export Controls

Asia Pacific Export Control Update 2019: Out Like A Dog And In Like A Pig (?)

Compliance Challenges with Canadian and US Export Controls: Addressing Compliance Challenges in the Interaction of Canadian and US Economic Sanctions and Export Controls in 2019

Conflicts Between EU and US Export Rules

From Hand-Carries to the Cloud: Global Technology (and Software) Export Controls

Fundamentals of US Reexport Controls: Does being beyond US shores mean relief from US export controls? Not as far as the US Government is concerned.

Global Export Control Lists and Classification Update 2018

In the Beginning…An Introduction to Israel’s Dual-Use and Defense Export Control System

Welcome to the Club: An Overview of India’s Dual-Use and Defense Export Control Systems: Including Recent Reforms Related to the Wassenaar Arrangement

OFAC

Hot Topics in US Sanctions: Recent Enforcement and Compliance Best Practices

OFAC Enforcement Trends: Exporters in the Crosshairs

The ABC’s of Embargoes and Sanctions (2 Part Webinar): Mastery of the Rules and Strategies for Compliance

Universities & Research

Faculty or Consultant? Implications for University Export Compliance

Fundamental Research Exclusion: Your Guide to Properly Applying It: How well do you understand the Fundamental Research Exclusion? While this critical carve-out in the U.S. export control regulations has a significant impact on universities, it’s often misunderstood. This results in unforeseen gaps in export controls compliance programs that can lead to inadvertent export violations.

Fundamental Research Exclusion: Your Guide to Properly Applying It – PART 2

U.S. Export Controls for Academia: How Universities and Research Institutions Can Ensure Export Compliance While Fostering Academic Freedom

University Export Controls Program: Strength in Numbers

Voluntary Disclosures & Compliance Programs

Handling Voluntary Disclosures and Internal Investigations

In Uncertain Times, the Only Certainty Is Enforcement: Current Trends in International Trade Enforcement, Compliance & Investigative Responses

Making Lemonade Out of Consent Agreements: Why They Happen, How to Avoid Them, and What to Do if They Happen to You

OFAC Enforcement Trends: Exporters in the Crosshairs

Risk Based Self-Assessment as a Critical Element to Measure Risk, Performance, and Improvement: A hands-on approach to implementing and leveraging a risk assessment to increase compliance program effectiveness and lean performance.