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Annual Enterprise Subscription Plan Level 3

Annual Enterprise Subscription Plan Level 3

100% Online Training from the Global Leader in Trade Compliance Training Solutions

Annual Subscription Plan Overview

  • Training for Professional Staff
  • Training for Practitioner Staff

Our Enterprise Level 3 subscription plan is ideal for any U.S.-based company that needs to train up to 2,750 functional employees and 2 trade compliance practitioners. Our training for your professional staff is designed to provide trade compliance awareness training to any employee, performing any function, in any location around the world​.

All of our professional training begins with our non-jurisdictional trade compliance overview, which is the foundation of our professional collection and introduces users to three themes of the trade process

  • Who - Provides an overview of individuals and entities involved in an international transaction.
  • What - Defines goods, services, or technical information that are the subject of a transaction.
  • How - Presents the ethicaland regulatory themes governing the way a transaction is conducted.

Subscribers can choose from our general U.S. compliance training, U.S. dual-use training for manufacturers, or U.S. defense controls training and receive four functional configurations to train your professional staff including:

General Employee

Course Duration: 45 Minutes

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

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

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

Training Summary

Engineering

Course Duration: 59 Minutes

Introduction to Trade Compliance for Engineering
Who Is Involved in Your Transaction?

  • Introduction to ''Who'' Key Concepts and Scenarios for Engineering
  • U.S. Exports
    • Exporting Software
    • Export of U.S. Technical Information
    • Export of U.S. Services
    • Deemed Exports and Deemed Reexport
  • U.S. Screening
  • Scenarios
    • Export: Hand Carrying Parts
    • Exporting Technical Information: Using Websites to Share Information with Partners
    • Exporting Technical Information: Quality Assurance Visits to Customers
    • Exporting U.S. Technical Information: Modifying Standard Products for Customers

What Is the Subject of Your Transaction?

  • Introduction to “What” Key Concepts and Scenarios for Engineering
  • Control Lists
  •  
    • U.S. Control Lists
    • U.S. Catch-All Controls
  • Authorizations
    • U.S. Export Authorizations
  • U.S. Penalties for Export Control Violations
  • Scenarios
    • Control Lists: Preparing for New Project Development
    • Control Lists: Post-Classification Modifications to System Components
    • U.S. Control Lists: Sending a Proof of Concept Overseas for Review and Feedback
    • U.S. Control Lists: Determining Jurisdiction for Products from Suppliers

How Is Your Transaction Being Conducted?
Introduction to “How” Key Concepts and Scenarios for Engineering

    • The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
    • Diversion
    • Reporting
  • Scenarios
    • Reporting: Accurate Reporting to Hierarchy and Authorities
    • Diversion: Red Flags Concerning an End-User

Training Summary

Human Resources

Course Duration: 52 Minutes

Introduction to Trade Compliance for Human Resources
Who Is Involved in Your Transaction?
Introduction to ''Who'' Key Concepts and Scenarios for Human Resources

  • U.S. Exports
    • Export of U.S. Technical Information
    • Deemed Exports and Deemed Reexport
  • U.S. Screening
    • OFAC Sanctions and Embargoes
  • Scenarios
    • Exporting U.S. Technical Information: Making a Job Offer
    • Exporting Software: Segmenting Data Management Systems
    • Deemed Exports and Deemed Reexports: Hiring Third-Country Nationals

What Is the Subject of Your Transaction?
Introduction to “What” Key Concepts and Scenarios for Human Resources

    • Control Lists
    • U.S. Control Lists
    • Authorizations
    •  
      • U.S. Export Authorizations
    • U.S. Penalties for Export Control Violations
  • Scenarios
    • U.S. Export Authorizations: Promotions to New Job Duties
    • Authorizations Under the EAR: Employee Transfers

How Is Your Transaction Being Conducted?
Introduction to “How” Key Concepts and Scenarios for Human Resources

    • The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
    • U.S. Antiboycott Rules
    • Reporting
  • Scenarios
    • Corruption Controls: Did My Colleague Offer a Bribe?
    • Reporting: Accurate Reporting to Hierarchy and Authorities
    • Reporting: Dealing with Reports of Possible Export Violations

Training Summary

Marketing and Business Development

Course Duration: 1 Hour, 12 Minutes

Introduction to Trade Compliance for Marketing and Business Development
Who Is Involved in Your Transaction?
Introduction to ''Who'' Key Concepts and Scenarios for Marketing and Business Development

  • U.S. Exports
    • Exporting Software
    • Export of U.S. Technical Information
    • Export of U.S. Services
    • Transshipment
    • U.S. Reexport and Retransfer Rules
    • Deemed Exports and Deemed Reexport
  • U.S. Screening
    • OFAC Sanctions and Embargoes
  • Scenarios
    • Export: Hand Carrying Parts
    • Exporting U.S. Technical Information: Using Technology to Market Products
    • Screening: Understand Your Transaction
    • End Use Restrictions: Spotting Red Flags
    • End User Restrictions: My Sales Partner Is Under Investigation for Violating Trade Laws
    • U.S. Sanctions and Embargoes: Identifying Export Control Red Flags
    • U.S. Sanctions and Embargoes: Can I Market in an Embargoed Country?

What Is the Subject of Your Transaction?
Introduction to “What” Key Concepts and Scenarios for Marketing and Business Development

  • Control Lists
    • U.S. Control Lists
    • U.S. Catch-All Controls
  • Authorizations
    • U.S. Export Authorizations
    • Authorizations Under the ITAR
    • Authorizations Under the EAR
  • U.S. Penalties for Export Control Violations
  • Scenarios
    • U.S. Export Authorizations: Contract Modifications
    • U.S. Export Authorizations: Customer-Directed Freight Forwarders

How Is Your Transaction Being Conducted?
Introduction to “How” Key Concepts and Scenarios for Marketing and Business Development

  • The UK Bribery Act 2010
    • The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
  • Money Laundering
  • U.S. Antiboycott Rules
  • Diversion
  • Reporting
  • Scenarios
    • Corruption Controls: Did My Colleague Offer a Bribe?
    • Money Laundering: Money Laundering Red Flags
    • U.S. Antiboycott Rules: I Received a Boycott Request
    • Diversion: Red Flags Concerning an End-User
    • Reporting: Accurate Reporting to Hierarchy and Authorities
    • Reporting: Can My Customer Change the End User?

Training Summary

Upon completion of their assigned courses your learners will receive a certificate of completion for their course from the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University.

All of our subscription plans includes continuous learning for your professional learners that is delivered throughout the year.

 

  • Regulatory Updates
  • Vignettes to Enrich and Extend Previous Lessons
  • Access to Live and Recorded Webinars

 

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Our trade compliance practitioner program was designed by integrating years of feedback and insights from trade compliance practitioners working within Fortune 100 companies and small businesses. The program was designed by our industry-leading editorial board and world-renowned subject matter experts. Our trade compliance practitioner program includes the following courses:

Foundations of U.S. Export Compliance for Practitioners

Course Duration: 2 Hours, 22 Minutes  

Introduction

Jurisdiction and Classification

  • Methods of Classification Determination
  • Order of Review
    • USML
    • CCL
    • Specially Designed
    • Other Considerations
  • Documentation and Reassessment

Regulated Activities

  • Key Definitions
  • End-User and End-Use Considerations
  • Types of Items and Activities
  • Internal Activities
  • Post-Export Activities

Authorizations

  • ITAR Authorizations
    • Licenses
      • Overview
      • DSP-5
      • DSP-61
      • DSP-73
      • DSP-85
      • USML Paragraph (x)
    • Part 124 Agreements
    • ITAR Exemptions
    • Part 126 Exemptions
  • EAR Authorizations
    • EAR Licenses
    • EAR License Exceptions
  • Submission Portals
  • Tips for Submission

Authorization Management

  • Review of Approved Authorizations
  • Provisos and Limitations Compliance
  • Tracking of Activities Under Authorizations
  • Amendments
  • Recordkeeping and Reporting
  • Best Practices for Authorization Management

Customs Clearance

  • Shipping Documentation
  • Electronic Export Information
  • Tracking and Decrementation
  • Nontraditional Scenarios
  • Recordkeeping

Trade Compliance Programs

  • Elements of an Effective Trade Compliance Program
  • Topics That Should Be Addressed in a Trade Compliance Program
  • Identifying and Disclosing Potential Violations
  • Managing Disclosures
  • Compliance and Enforcement Actions
  • Industry/Peer Best Practices for Trade Compliance Programs

Training Conclusion

U.S. Export Authorizations for Practitioners

Course Duration: 7 Hours, 25 Minutes

Introduction to U.S. Export Licensing for Practitioners

  • Regulatory Overview
    • Arms Export Control Act
    • Layout of the ITAR
    • Registration under the ITAR
    • Export Administration Act
    • Layout of the EAR
    • Subject to the EAR
  • Jurisdiction and Classification
  • Regulated Activities
  • Authorizations
  • Authorization Management
  • Customs Clearance
  • Compliance Programs

Jurisdiction and Classification

Regulated Activities

  • Key Definitions
    • U.S. and Foreign Persons- ITAR
    • U.S. and Foreign Persons- EAR
    • Export
    • Export
    • Defense Article
    • Item
    • Technical Data
    • Technology
    • Defense Service
    • Reexport- ITAR
    • Reexport- EAR
    • Retransfer (ITAR)
    • Temporary Import (ITAR)
    • Temporary Export (ITAR)
    • Public Domain
    • Significant Military Equipment (ITAR)
    • Empowered Official (ITAR)
    • Subject to the EAR (ITAR)
    • Transfer (EAR)
    • Dual-Use
    • Country Groups
    • Military Commodity
    • Activities that are Not Exports, Reexports, or Transfers
    • Activities that are Not Deemed Reexports
  • End-User and End-Use Considerations
    • Receipt of Licenses and Eligibility Under the ITAR
    • Interpreting ITAR 126.1(d)/(e)
    • Overview of the EAR General Prohibitions
    • Embargoed or Sanctioned Destinations under the EAR
    • End-Use and End-User Controls Under EAR Part 744
    • Red Flag Indicators
    • Denied Persons
    • Restrictive Trade Practices and Boycotts
  • Types of Items and Activities
  • Internal Activities
    • Visitors
  • Post-Export Activities
    • De Minimis
    • Foreign-Produced Direct Product Rule

Authorizations

  • ITAR Authorizations
    • DSP-5 Licenses
    • Part 130 Requirements
    • ITAR- Deemed Export/Foreign Person Employment Licenses
    • Technical Data Licenses
    • Limited Defense Services Licenses
    • Offshore Procurement Licenses
    • DSP-73 Licenses
    • DSP-85 Licenses
    • USML Paragraph (x)
    • DSP-94
    • Part 124 Agreements
    • Types of Agreements
    • Parties to an Agreement
    • Determining Value of Part 124 Agreements
    • Use of Foreign-Person Contract Employees
    • Elements of an Agreement Package: Transmittal Letter
    • Elements of an Agreement Package: Proposed Agreement
    • Licenses "in Furtherance of" an Agreement
    • Congressional Notification Overview
    • Special Comprehensive Export Authorizations
    • Brokering Activities
  • EAR Authorizations
    • Determining EAR License Requirements
    • Support Documentation Requirements Under the EAR
    • Validated End-User
    • Technology License Overview
    • Deemed Exports and Reexports
    • EAR License Exception Overview (INT: Licensing Exception Game)
    • Routed Export Transaction
  • Submission Portals
    • D-Trade
    • Part 124 Agreements Submission
    • SNAP-R
  • Exemptions

Authorization Management

  • Review of Approved Authorization
  • Proviso and Limitation Compliance
    • Reconsideration or Clarification Options
  • Tracking of Activities
  • Amendments to Authorizations
    • DSP Amendments
    • Part 124 Agreement Amendments
    • Name/Address/Ownership Change Amendments
  • Recordkeeping and Reporting
    • ITAR Recordkeeping Requirements
    • ITAR Exemption Recordkeeping and Certifications
    • Reporting on Exports of ITAR Technical Data and Defense Services
    • Post-Approval Activities for Part 124 Agreements
    • EAR Recordkeeping Requirements
    • Export Control Document

Customs Clearance

Trade Compliance

  • Elements of an Effective Trade Compliance Program
  • Topics to be Addressed in Trade Compliance Program
    • U.S. Government Expectations
  • Identifying and Disclosing Potential Violations
    • What constitutes a violation under the ITAR
    • Consequences of non-compliance with the ITAR
    • Notification of Potential Violations within your company
    • Notification of Potential ITAR Violations to the U.S. Government
  • Managing Disclosures
    • Identifying When a Disclosure Should be Made
    • Documenting Decision-Making Process
    • Tracking Implementation of Corrective Actions
  • Compliance and Enforcement Actions
    • Debarment/Ineligibility Status
    • Consent Agreements
    • Settlement Agreements

Training Summary

U.S. Export Classifications for Practitioners

Course Duration: 3 Hours, 25 Minutes

Introduction to U.S. Export Classification for Practitioners

  • Regulatory Overview
    • Layout of the ITAR
    • Layout of the EAR
  • Jurisdiction and Classification
  • Regulated Activities

Jurisdiction and Classification

  • Methods of Classification
    • Elements of a Commodity (CJ) Request
    • Elements of a CCATS Requests
    • Encryption CCATS
  • Order of Review
    • U.S. Munitions List (USML) Review
    • USML Category Specific Scenarios
    • Commerce Control List (CCL) Scope and Structure
    • CCL Order of Review
    • 600 Series
    • 9x515 Series
    • CCL Entry Specific Scenarios
    • Specially Design Review
  • Other Jurisdiction and Classification Considerations
    • Tips, Triggers and Common Mistakes
  • Identification of Technical Data/Technology
    • Definition of ITAR Technical Data
    • Definition of EAR Technology
    • Marking of Technical Data/Technology
    • Determining Derivative Data
  • Documentation and Reassessment
    • Company Specific Entry

Regulated Activities

  • Key Definitions
    • U.S. and Foreign Persons- ITAR
    • U.S. and Foreign Persons- EAR
    • Export
    • Export
    • Defense Article
    • Item
    • Technical Data
    • Technology
    • Defense Service
  • Internal Activities
    • Visitors

Authorizations

  • ITAR Authorizations
  • EAR Authorizations
    • Technical Data Approved for Public Release

Authorization Management

  • Recordkeeping and Reporting

Customs Clearance

Trade Compliance

  • Identifying and Disclosing Potential Violations
    • What constitutes a violation under the ITAR
    • Consequences of non-compliance with the ITAR
    • Notification of Potential Violations within your company

Training Summary

U.S. Export Clearance for Practitioners

Course Duration: 2 Hours, 10 Minutes

Introduction to U.S. Export Clearance for Practitioners

  • Regulatory Overview
    • Layout of the EAR
  • Regulated Activities
  • Authorization Management
  • Customs Clearance

Regulated Activities

  • Key Definitions
    • U.S. and Foreign Persons- ITAR
    • U.S. and Foreign Persons- EAR
    • Export
    • Temporary Import (ITAR)
    • Temporary Export (ITAR)
    • Red Flag Indicators
  • Internal Activities
    • Visitors

Authorizations

  • ITAR Authorizations
    • DSP-73 Licenses
    • DSP-94
    • Return and Repair Exemption
  • EAR Authorizations

Authorization Management

  • Tracking of Activities
  • Amendments to Authorizations
  • Recordkeeping and Reporting
    • Export Control Document

Customs Clearance

  • Shipping Documentation
    • Company Specific Entry
  • Electronic Export Information
    • Company Specific Entry
  • Tracking and Decrementation
    • Company Specific Entry
  • Non-Traditional Scenarios
  • Recordkeeping

Trade Compliance

  • Identifying and Disclosing Potential Violations
    • What constitutes a violation under the ITAR
    • Consequences of non-compliance with the ITAR
    • Notification of Potential Violations within your company

Training Summary

Course outlines for the above courses can be viewed by clicking here and visiting our trade compliance practitioner program page.

Upon completion of each of the above courses your practitioner staff learners will receive a certificate of completion from the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University.

Your practitioner learners will also receive continuous learning throughout the year that includes the following:

  • Regulatory Updates
  • Vignettes to Enrich and Extend Previous Lessons
  • Access to Live and Recorded Webinars
  • Access to Exclusive CE@Schar Events

For additional details on the CE@Schar events visit https://www.compliance2020.events 

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Subscription Plan Features

Practitioner Seats for the Trade Compliance Practitioner Certificate Program

2 Learner

Functional Professional Seats

Up to 2,750 Learners

Personalized Learning Plans

Up to 4

Certificates of Completion from George Mason University

Co-branded Home Page and Learner Communications

Dedicated Customer Success Manager

Priority access to Learner Technical Support

Track learner Progress, Completions, and Feedback

Practitioner Seats for the Trade Compliance Practitioner Certificate Program

2 Learner

Functional Professional Seats

Up to 2.750 Learners

Personalized Learning Plans

Up to 4

Certificates of Completion from George Mason University

Co-branded Home Page and Learner Communications

Dedicated Customer Success Manager

Priority access to Learner Technical Support

Track learner Progress, Completions, and Feedback

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