This six-week course provides students with a detailed understanding of documentary, and regulatory requirements and recommendations for U. S. Export documentation for export transactions and related activities including export licenses/applications and required supporting forms, certifications and other information, export shipping, item classification, customer screening and required recordkeeping. Taken from the perspective of the clerical need to understand all aspects of the documentation and reporting processes, this hands-on practical course is intended to develop a working knowledge of the vast array of regulatory forms and documents and their use as used to comply with EAR, ITAR, OFAC, and FTSR regulations.
Prerequisite: Recommended, but not required. Three years relevant industry experience, or one-year relevant industry experience and TRD-307, Understanding the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) or TRD-306, Understanding the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
Course Credit: 3 Credit Hours