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On-line ITAR and EAR Training for Australians

On-line training on the ITAR and EAR from an Australian perspective.

This course is also available as live, custom-tailored training (contact us) for your staff at your facilities.

Buy the entire course for $899 (30 day access),
option to continue access for $67/month.

Modules:

Intro to Export Control Reform (e.g. background and key changes to the ITAR and the EAR)
Module 1- Intro to the EAR
Module 2- Intro to the ITAR
Module 3- Intro to EAR Licensing Requirements
Module 4- ITAR Changes found in the 16 April 2013 Rules (Categories VIII, XVII, XIX, XXI)
Module 5– Intro to BIS and SNAP-R and EAR Record keeping and Reporting Requirements
Module 6- ITAR changes found in the 8 July 2013 Final Rules (Categories VI, VII, XIII, XX)
Module 7- ITAR Changes found in the 2 January 2014 Final Rules (Categories IV, V, IX, X, XVI)
Module 8- ITAR Changes found in the 13 May 2014 Final Rules (Category XV) and 1 July Final Rules (Category XI)

Details of module contents:

Intro to ECR
Background on U.S. Export Control Reform (ECR)
Key changes (i.e. what is the 600 series, the new definition of specially designed, etc.)
Key information about "proposed rules" and "final rules"
Information about the transition period and transition framework
Grace periods for existing approvals (e.g. How long can you use existing DSP-5s, General Correspondence, TAAs, MLAs?)
Determining jurisdiction (is my article/item/subassembly EAR or ITAR?)
Your action items
Where to find the most up to date version of ITAR
Where to find the most up to date version of EAR

Module 1- Intro to the EAR
Where to find the EAR
Structure of the EAR
Structure of the CCL
Structure of an ECCN
How to identify a transitioned (former USML) item on the CCL
How to classify an item (CCL order of review)
Understanding EAR 99
The EAR definition of Specially Designed
Is your non-U.S. origin item (i.e. Australian, French, etc. made item) subject to the EAR
Foreign direct product of US technology
De minimis calculations
Managing re-exports/retransfers of EAR items
Destruction and Disposal of EAR items
Defence services- the EAR’s view
Violations, Penalties and Voluntary Disclosures

Module 2- Intro to the ITAR
Where to find the ITAR
Structure of the ITAR
Structure of the USML
Understanding ITAR classifications
How to classify an item in the ITAR
The ITAR definition of Specially Designed
Is your non-U.S. origin item (i.e. Australian, French, etc. made item) subject to the ITAR
Managing re-exports/retransfers of ITAR items
Destruction and Disposal of ITAR items
Defence services involving ITAR controlled articles and technical data
Licensing for ITAR controlled items
ITAR license exemptions
ITAR Agreements
Recordkeeping for the ITAR
ITAR and Dual and Third Country Nationals and Australian anti-discrimination legislation
Defense Services and the ITAR

Module 3- Intro to EAR Licensing Requirements
Understanding licensing requirements for your ECCN
How to read the Commerce Country Chart
Understanding when you can use a license exception
Types of License exceptions ( including RPL and STA)
Is your Australian made item subject to the EAR?
When is No License Required
The General Prohibitions
Dual and Third Country Nationals and the EAR

Module 4- ITAR Changes found in the 16 April 2013 Rule
Changes to ITAR Categories found in the April 16 Final Rule
• Category VIII Aircraft and Related Articles
• Category XVII Classified Articles Technical Data and Defence Services not elsewhere enumerated
• Category XXI Articles, Technical Data and Defence Services not …
• Creation of new Category XIX Gas Turbine Engines
The new definition of “specially designed”
How to read/interpret the definition
Example of how to use the definition
Other new definitions found in the April 16 Final Rule (“aircraft”)

Module 5– Intro to the BIS and SNAP-R and EAR Record keeping and Reporting Requirements
Working with BIS
How to use the BIS website (resources available to you)
How to get set-up in SNAP-R to begin submitting licenses and classification requests
How to submit a license application
How to submit a classification request (to ask BIS to help you determine your ECCN)
Who to contact at BIS with questions
Where are record keeping requirements found in the EAR
Where are reporting requirements found in the EAR
Electronic record keeping requirements
Considerations for 600 series items
Considerations for license exceptions
Considerations for items that have transitioned
Preparing an audit trail
Penalties
Voluntary disclosures

Module 6- ITAR changes found in the 8 July 2013 Final Rule
Changes to ITAR Categories found in the July 8 Final Rule
• Category VI Surface Vessels of War and Special Naval Equipment
• Category XX Submersible Vessels and Related Articles
• Category VII Ground Vehicles
• Category XIII Materials and Misc. Articles

New definitions found in the July 8 Final Rule
“ground vehicles” 121.4 (July 8 Final Rule)
“submersible vessel” 121.14 (July 8 Final Rule)
“surface vessels of war” 121.15 (July 8 Final Rule)
“maintenance levels” 120.38 (July 8 Final Rule)

Module 7- ITAR Changes found in the 2 January 2014 Final Rule
Changes to ITAR Categories found in the January 2 2014 Final Rule
IV- Launch vehicles, rockets, mines
V Explosives, propellants
IX Military Training Equipment
X Personal Protective Equipment
XVI Nuclear Weapons Related Articles

New definition of “equipment”

Contact Us

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ABN: 85 149 496 631
Eva Galfi Phone: 0421 506 095
eva@internationaltradeadvisors.com.au

Industries Served

  • Defence
  • Aerospace
  • Mining
  • Consumer Goods
  • High Technology
  • Universities

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