A basic understanding of export control
Every exporter; whether potential or seasoned, it is vital to understand the complex issues of trading internationally. Exporting is a cumbersome process and needs one to do proper planning with clear and focused objectives. It is therefore necessary for those involved in the business of exporting to take time to consider the implications of their operations and the need to be realistic within a timescale of what can be achieved is essential. As a result, this course is meant to give delegates the fundamentals of export control, as well as practical tips and advice to enable their business operations to become effective on the international platform.
Who should attend the course?
This course is primarily designed for the following target group in mind
This course is most suitable for new exporters or people working in export businesses but never had formal training. The departments within an organisation that this course would apply are: Customer Services, Export Administration, Shipping, Export Sales Administration, Logistics and Distribution.
At the end of this course, Participants will be able:
- To understand the principles of financial management for donor/grant funded projects.
- To understand how financial management and budgeting are interrelated.
- To grasp the core understanding of how budgets are compiled and monitored.
- To be able to present a well-defined reporting system as a compliance measure.
- Understand project finance & budgeting
The Learning Model
The trainer uses up-to-date training techniques and a variety of training methods, to give all participants the best opportunities for learning including:
- Class session
- Group discussions
- Simulations exercises
- Case studies and problem solving exercises
- Individual assignments
- Templates and tools
- Basics of Export Control
- Definition of Foreign Person/Entity
- Restricted or Prohibited Parties
- The Regulatory Environment
- Definition of Export
- Fundamental Research Exemption
- Cost of Non‐Compliance