This advanced six-week online course examines the U.S. Government’s International Traffic in Arms Regulations’ Exemptions. It provides an in-depth understanding of all the defined Exemptions, their legal usage and applicability in meeting U.S. State Department’s Directorate of Defense Trade Controls’ (DDTC) strict license requirements. This course examines each allowed Exemption in context of its limited usage, requirements and associated concerns as stipulated under the Code of Federal Regulations (22 CFR 120-130). Upon completion of this course, trade compliance professionals will know how to properly utilize DDTC’s allowed license Exemptions when submitting license applications for the export of controlled goods and services.
[Note This is a law-related course for experienced practicing international trade compliance professionals who need to know how to interpret the regulations when applying to DDTC for license of export of goods found on the DDTC’s U.S. Munitions List.]
Prerequisite: Understanding the ITAR Course (TRD-306). Students should possess a good understanding of the International Traffic in Arms regulations (22 CFR 120-130) prior to taking this course.
Course Credit: 3 Credit Hours