The importance of understanding export controls and how to develop a comprehensive export compliance program is critical for businesses involved in manufacturing and supplying materials, products, and technology in the global market place. Manufacturers, developers, and exporters all face a complex maze of laws, regulations, and Federal agencies in the process of navigating their way to successful business goals. The Federal government uses export controls for purposes of foreign policy, non-proliferation, and commerce regulation. The consequences of noncompliance with export regulations can be serious. Some violations can lead to civil fines and criminal fines of up to $1,000,000 per violation. Criminal violations can also result in prison terms of up to 10 years per violation.
Who Should Attend
- Anyone seeking in-depth knowledge or thorough review of export compliance regulations
- Individuals at the front line of defense against export compliance violations who oversee the regulatory compliance of goods and services that must meet critical government regulations
- Individuals who are seeking to build their professional credentials and demonstrate their value to their organization in the area of export compliance
On-site Training Available
Through Corporate Training, we can deliver this program or customize one that fits
your organization's specific needs. Visit Corporate Training
or call (949) 824-1847 for information.
English Proficiency Requirement
All certificate programs at UC Irvine Extension (classroom and online formats) require
professional-level English language proficiency in listening and note-taking, reading
comprehension and vocabulary, written expression, and oral presentation. If you
would like to refine your English language proficiency prior to beginning one of
our programs, please see our English
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Export Compliance Information Session
Thursday, May 30, 2013
- Understand export compliance procedures in the United States
- Integrate a robust export compliance program into existing quality management systems
- Recognize the various licensing formats and determine the appropriate license or control plan approach
- Classify Dual-Use versus Defense Articles and how to formulate a Commodity Jurisdiction Request
- Identify what to do when something goes wrong, including how to prepare a Voluntary Self Disclosure
A certificate is awarded upon completion of six required courses, each with a grade “C” or better, for a
minimum of 150 hours of instruction.
After you have completed all requirements, you may request
to receive your official certificate by completing the Request
for Certificate and returning it to our offices
as noted on the form. All requirements must be completed within five (5) years after the student enrolls in his/her first course.
- Leo McIntyre, CEO, SCB Training Center Inc.
- Peter A. Quinter, Shareholder, GrayRobinson, P.A.
- Mark Stevens, President, SCB Training Center Inc.
- Dr. Jerry Suitor, Manager, Office of the Management Systems, Jet Propulsion Laboratory