Delivered via GoTo Webinars, all delegates will receive joining instructions before the course takes place.
What is this virtual seminar about?
Suitable for anyone that needs an overview of UK Export Licensing controls and the practical impact on business of having dual-use or military controlled goods this is the session to attend. A beginner’s guide to the complicated world of export licensing controls looking on key website with easy to understand practical examples. The session includes:
- What items could be controlled at export from the UK
- What the impact of the UK leaving the EU Transitional Arrangement on 1-1-2021 will have on the movement of high-tech and dual-use controlled items
- How to control the technology transfers of controlled items
- The UK export licensing system
- Embargoes, sanctions and other restrictions
Who should attend?
Everyone who works in a military or high-tech environment and have goods that are dual-use controlled. It is ideal as an introduction and will help staff understand how these regulations affect business practices and lead times. The following are examples of the type of company personnel who need to keep up-to-date:
- Newcomers to export or people only involved occasionally with exports
- Shipping department trainees
- Export administrators and managers who have had no formal training
- Sales and Customer service administrators who need to understand the impact of having controlled goods and technology
- Freight forwarders and clearing agents who may be asked by their clients to declare export licences to customs
- Management trainees
- Ensure compliance with export control regulations
- Increase your understanding of sanctions and denied party issues when working with overseas companies
- Provide you with clear guidelines on how to find out what information and documents are required
- Give you the skill to put compliant systems in place within your organisation
- Identify the importance of the export entry declarations and how to read them
- Increase your efficiency by teaching you the jargon of international trade.
- Know where or who to go to for information