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Export Control Training Modules

A list of training modules for Export Control, various audiences.

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Training Modules

The following is a list of training modules for various audiences regarding Export Control.

Overviews of Export Controls

Training for Researchers

This training provides a brief overview of the regulations, and describes the tools and process that project management should use for evaluating whether a research project requires an export license. This training is intended for Principal Investigators and Project Managers overseeing science or technology research.

Training for Deans, Department Chairs and Center Directors

This training provides an overall description of the Export Control Plan. It is intended for higher-level administrators at the center, department or university level who oversee research that might be subject to export control.

Training for Research Administrators

This training provides a description of the Project Assessment Process with examples of how to answer the questions.

NCURA Conference Presentation, Mar 2017

This training provides an overview of export control, discusses various award clauses that could have export control implications and how to address those clauses.

Export/Import Compliance Training for UW–Madison

Lisa Bencivenga, September 14, 2011

Shipping Instructions

Shipping Instructions For Export/Import Licenses (ITAR)

This document describes the steps for shipping hardware or technical data that is subject to an import or export license under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).

Shipping Instructions For Export Licenses (EAR)This document describes the steps for shipping items that are subject to an export license under the Export Administration Regulations (EAR).

Managing Export Controlled Information

Training For Persons Managing ITAR-Controlled Information

This training describes the means for preventing the unintended transfer of ITAR-controlled information or technology to a foreign person. This transfer can occur during: (1) conferences and seminars; (2) phone or video conferences; (3) fax or e-mail; (4) foreign travel; (5) day-to-day discussions in labs with foreign staff/collaborators. This training would be useful for any project receiving ITAR-regulated information from outside organizations.Special Topics in Export Control

Introduction to Export Control Introduction to ExC Training
eCommerce eCommerce Training
Services Services Highlights Services Training
Shipping Shipping Highlights Shipping Training
Software Software Highlights Software Training
Staff / Students Staff / Students Highlights
Travel Travel Highlights Travel Training



Keywords:export control training modules itar import licenses   Doc ID:35043
Owner:Tom D.Group:VCRGE and Graduate School
Created:2013-11-02 16:25 CDTUpdated:2018-06-12 13:41 CDT
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