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Course Description:

This is a practical and interactive seminar for those participants with some export & logistics experience and will serve as a refresher for more experienced industry leaders.

Register today. Attendees who register before April 15, 2012, will receive a complimentary copy of Trade Tool from the speaker.

During this two day course you will master the basics elements of U.S. export controls and policies required to mitigate liability due to inadvertent U.S. export violations. You will learn how to interpret the export regulations and elements of an export control, how to file the Electronic Export Information (EEI) and create a bulletproof Export Management & Compliance Program. In addition, you will understand the requirements to file international and domestic cargo claims for loss and damage against service providers in order to obtain timely recoveries for your company. Attendees will have opportunity to engage in practical exercises and receive complimentary training material.


Learning Objectives:

Upon course completion participants will learn:

  • The basics of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR)
  • How to classify your product for international shipping
  • What are the basic export documents and how to prepare them?
  • When you are required to file an EEI or apply for an export license
  • Basic export tools that will reduce risk of export fines and penalties
  • The legal requirements for filing a cargo claim
  • How to file an effective cargo claim against your service provider and bring more value to your company

Who will Benefit:

This course benefits anyone who has responsibility or involvement with exporting, shipping or importing within a global organization.

  • Trade Compliance, Import & Export Managers
  • Logistics, Shipping- Receiving & Supply Chain
  • Legal
  • Sales
  • Internal Audit




Course Outline:

Day 1

Day 2

Review Export Administration Regulations & Export Control
  • Learn what is subject to the EAR & role of Bureau of Industry & Security (BIS)
  • How to apply General Export Prohibitions
  • Determine your product’s classifications
  • How to interpret the Commodity Control List (CCL)
  • Learn how to self classify Export Control Classification (ECCN)
  • How to prepare a formal request for Commodity Classification to the Bureau of Industry & Security
  • Export licensing
  • Implementing Export Screening& learn best practices

Understanding Census Regulations
  • Determining Schedule B
  • Develop EEI filing process
  • How to Comply with Census regulations

Export Management & Control
  • Develop an Export Management & Compliance Program based on the BIS guidelines and industry best practices.
  • Internal Controls & Export Risk Management
  • Limiting liability
  • Tools of the export trade

How to Successfully Manage your Import Program, Comply with Customs Regulations, and Produce Savings for your Company
  • Learn how to manage your Customs Broker and Freight Forwarder to insure compliance with Customs laws
  • How to identify and determine if your products qualify for Free Trade Agreements
  • How to insure your products are correctly classified, thereby, reducing risk of penalties and not overpaying duty payments
  • Determine that your company has a valuation process to insure compliance and reduce duties paid.
  • Review Inco terms to help you decide what Inco terms work for your business
  • Creating a solid program using existing resources





Meet Your Instructor

Jo-Anne Daniels
President of Trade Resources & Associates

Jo-Anne Daniels , is the President of Trade Resources & Associates, a consulting firm providing global trade compliance services to multinational companies on customs compliance and export control issues. Ms. Daniels advises clients on customs and export classification and licensing, Customs Rulings and Department of Commerce formal classification requests. She has over 20 years experience in global trade and performs import and export assessments, develops and implements effective internal control programs and support Customs audits, Customs improvement plan, prepares Voluntary self disclosures and Customs Prior Disclosures.





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