We recognize that, despite current travel restrictions and telework mandates, your ongoing compliance responsibilities continue. To demonstrate our commitment to helping you maintain your compliance during these challenging times, we've partnered with Content Enablers, the world leader in online trade compliance training to offer you a complimentary bundle of of their industry-leading trade compliance training courses.

The complimentary course bundle, valued at over $2,800, includes:

  • 3 Seats of Trade Compliance for Executive Leadership course
  • 20 Seats of Trade Compliance Overview
  • 3 Seats of U.S. Authorizations course

Please enter the PROMO CODE provided in the email at checkout to receive your complimentary course bundle.

Limit one complimentary bundle per company.

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Trade Compliance for Executive Leadership

Course Summary

“To whom can I export?” “What can I export?” “How can I export compliantly?” These three questions are the framework for CE’s Trade Compliance for Executive Leadership training. The course communicates how executive leaders need to view export, import, corruption, and sanctions and embargoes training as an integrated program to mitigate corporate risk. It discusses key trade concepts relevant to typical business transactions and helps senior leaders understand the critical role they play in promoting and ensuring an effective trade compliance program and culture – essential ingredients for the long-term success of any company.

Learning Objectives

Help executives, regardless of geographic location, understand their role in trade activities being undertaken by their organization and their responsibility for developing and promoting an effective trade compliance program and culture.


Target Audience

Executives, vice presidents, senior managers, and directors

Course Duration: Approximately 28 minutes

Certificate: George Mason University

Course Outline


The Changing Landscape: Integrated Trade Compliance

The “Who,” “What,” and “How” of Trade Compliance

  • With Whom Is the Trade Conducted?
  • What Is Being Traded?
    • Controls on Dual-Use Goods and Services
    • Controls on Military and Defense-Related Goods and Services
  • How Is the Trade Conducted?

Your Responsibility

Training Summary

Trade Compliance Overview

Course Summary

“Who are you doing business with?” “What is the subject of your transaction?” “How is your transaction being conducted?” CE’s awareness-level Trade Compliance Overview course introduces any employee performing any function in any location to these common themes of the trade process. The course is presented in clear, easy-to-understand microlearning elements that highlight key compliance concepts relevant to international trade and offers engaging scenarios that illustrate how these concepts can impact day-to-day situations.

Learning Objectives

Enable learners to recognize situations that could give rise to the risk of a trade compliance violation and know how to respond in accordance with applicable laws and company policies.

Target Audience

Any employee, regardless of their job function or location, responsible for carrying out routine compliance-related tasks within their organization

Course Duration: Approximately 45 minutes

Certificate: George Mason University

Course Outline

Introduction to Trade Compliance

Who Is Involved in Your Transaction?

  • Functional Introductions to ''Who'' Key Concepts and Scenarios
  • Exports
    • Exporting Software
  • Screening
    • Brokering
  • Scenarios
    • Export: Hand Carrying Parts Completed
    • Exporting Technical Information: Using Websites to Share Information with Partners
    • Screening: Understand Your Transaction
    • End-Use Restrictions: Red Flags Concerning End Use

Resources Available

What Is the Subject of Your Transaction?

  • Functional Introduction to “What” Key Concepts and Scenarios
  • Control Lists
  • Authorizations
  • Scenarios
    • Authorizations: Export Requirements – Shipping to Other Countries

Resources Available

How Is Your Transaction Being Conducted?

  • Functional Introduction to “How” Key Concepts and Scenarios
  • Corruption Controls
  • Money Laundering
  • Diversion
  • Reporting
  • Scenarios
    • Corruption Controls: Did My Colleague Offer a Bribe?
    • Money Laundering: Money Laundering Red Flags
    • Diversion: Red Flags Concerning an End User
    • Reporting: Accurate Reporting to Hierarchy and Authorities

Resources Available

Training Summary

U.S. Authorizations

Course Summary

This professional-level course introduces users to the types of authorization available under the EAR and ITAR for the permanent and temporary export and import of regulated hardware, technical information, software, and services. The course provides users with the foundation for identifying the appropriate authorization for their transaction, which may involve multiple authorization types, as well as different regulations, depending on the activity.

Users will receive a certificate of completion from George Mason University upon successful completion of this course.

Learning Objectives

The broadest objective of this course is to enable users to understand the different types of U.S. export authorizations and their applicability to ensure a transaction is compliant. This objective is satisfied when users can:

Trade-Specific Objectives

  • Understand the different types of authorizations available under the ITAR and the EAR;
  • Recall when and how the different types of authorizations are used;
  • Identify the difference between direct commercial sales and foreign military sales transactions;
  • Remember that different business functions are a source of information for determining authorization needs;
  • Distinguish between permanent and temporary transactions; and
  • Recognize when multiple authorizations are needed for a transaction to be compliant.

Role-Specific Objectives

  • Understand that they may be responsible for determining the appropriate authorization for a transaction;
  • Recognize that they may be asked to approve the use of a company-certified authorization;
  • Realize that they may be responsible for preparing and submitting formal authorization requests; and
  • Know that they may be responsible for ensuring the appropriate export and import and, if necessary, any implementation or usage recordkeeping for an authorization during the required time period.

Target Audience

Personnel who are involved in determining the need for and the process of obtaining authorizations from the U.S. government – such as sales and marketing, aftermarket services and program management, contract management, transportation, supply chain and procurement, and business development.

Course Duration: Approximately 39 minutes

Certificate: George Mason University

Course Outline



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  • DSP-61  
  • DSP-73  
  • DSP-85  
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Part 124 Agreements  

  • TAA  
  • MLA  
  • Specific Information needed  
  • Shipments/Transfers IFO an Agreement  


  • Understanding Eligibility  
  • Documenting/Approval  

Part 126 Exemptions  

  • Canadian exemption – 126.5  
  • Foreign Military Sales – 126.6  
  • U.S. Treaty with Australia – 126.16  
  • U.S. Treaty with the UK – 126.17  
  • Intra-Company, Intra-Organization, Intra-governmental Transfers of Employees who are Dual or Third Country Nationals – 126.18  

EAR Authorizations  

  • General BIS-748P Requirements  
  • Documentation Requirements  
  • Unique License Types  

License Exceptions  

  • Understanding Eligibility  
  • Documenting/Approval  

Submission Portals  

  • D-Trade v SNAP-R  

Tips for Submission  

Training Summary  

We've been blazing trails and setting standards for twenty years.

We've been leading the way and establishing industry benchmarks for the last two decades — from being the first to bring trade compliance training online to establishing the standard with function-specific, adaptable trade compliance training, we've always been driven to innovate.

In 2019, we broke new ground by establishing industry-first partnerships with world-recognised universities to provide Certificates of Completion for our learners — giving you the opportunity to turn what has always been mandatory (and, let’s face it, resented) training into an opportunity for professional development that will be a must for LinkedIn profiles. We call that a win-win for everyone involved.

We're not done yet, not by a long shot! We recently established another industry first with the "Moving Forward" Scholarship Fund at the Schar School of Policy and Government, our first move of many to help ensure that we contribute to our community in a meaningful way.