U.S. Export Controls e-Seminars (for Non-U.S. Companies)

This e-Seminar explains U.S. Export Controls (EAR, ITAR & OFAC) as they apply to companies physically located outside of the United States to include non-U.S. companies as well as parent companies, subsidiaries, and affiliates of U.S.-based companies.

United States trade control laws and regulations impact companies that use or resell U.S.-origin products, components or technology. The U.S. Government can impose serious penalties for U.S. and non-U.S. companies that fail to comply with the extra-territorial U.S. rules to include monetary fines, a loss of U.S. Government contracts, or a complete ban from receiving any U.S items. Recent Export Control Reform (ECR) changes have made it even more important for non-U.S. companies to stay up-to-date on the regulations. These e-Seminars offer practical explanations and advice on what the rules are and how they impact companies outside the United States. Expect to gain from this training an in-depth understanding of what you need to do to keep your company compliant.  

ITAR Controls e-Seminar

(for non-US Companies)

ITAR e-Seminar Modules
ECoP® ITAR renewal credits = 4


EAR/OFAC Controls e-Seminar

(for non-US Companies)

EAR e-Seminar Modules
ECoP® EAR renewal credits = 4


SAVE $245 with Package

Both ITAR & EAR/OFAC e-Seminars

(for non-US Companies)

ECoP® EAR & ITAR renewal credits = 4 each


Each e-Seminar purchase includes:

  • Certificate of completion
  • Searchable, detailed PDF Manual
  • Optional ECoP® Certifications/Renewals
  • Comprehensive training broken down into modules that can be started and stopped at any time
  • A supplement with the latest regulatory updates
  • 12 months viewing access

Who should purchase:

  • U.S. companies that need to know how the U.S. rules apply to, and impact, their foreign affiliates, customers, and business partners
  • Global trade compliance personnel who have direct or indirect responsibility or concern for the activities of their non-U.S. affiliates and business partners
  • Non-U.S. companies that deal with U.S.-based companies and their affiliates outside of the U.S.
  • Non-U.S. companies and governments that purchase US-origin products, components, or technology
  • Compliance and legal personnel from all of the above who seek current, practical, organized, and comprehensive instruction on the U.S. regulations, including enforcement efforts, licensing, and incorporating export compliance best practices that will help to avoid costly violations

ITAR Controls on Non-U.S. Transactions e-Seminar Modules

 ITAR Overview

  • Control Concepts
  • Controlled Activities
  • United States Munitions List
  • Directorate of Defense Trade Controls
  • Reexports and Transfers
  • US Defense Articles
  • Technical Data
  • Defense Services
  • Prohibited Countries and Nationals
  • Enforcement

ITAR Approvals

  • Licenses
  • Agreements
    • TAA’s, MLA’s and DA’s
    • Licensees and Sublicensees
    • Dual and Third Country Nationals
    • NDA Requirements
  • Supporting US Licensing Efforts
    • License Support Documents
    • Information to Provide US Partners

ITAR License Free Activities

  • NATO Exemption
  • Public Domain and Basic Marketing Information


  • Extra-Territorial Application
  • Brokering Registration
  • Prior Approvals
  • Reporting

Political, Contributions Fees and Commissions

Returning Defense Articles to the US

  • Temporary Import Licenses
  • Temporary Import Exemption
  • Notifying US Partners of Shipments

ITAR Ramifications on Non-US Business

  • Defense Articles Restrictions
  • Retransfer Approval Requirements
  • Technical Data Controls
  • Control Procedures

Compliance Programs

  • Considerations for Developing a Corporate Export Compliance Program
  • Types of Procedural Approaches

EAR/OFAC Controls on Non-U.S. Transactions e-Seminar Modules

Introduction to U.S. Commercial Export Controls

  • Key Control Concepts
  • Comparison to International Controls
  • Export Administration Regulations
  • Bureau of Industry and Security

Items and Persons Subject to U.S. Jurisdiction

  • Controls on “U.S. Persons”
  • Controls on U.S. Origin Hardware, Software and Technical Data
  • Controls on Non-U.S. Manufactured Items Containing US Origin Content
  • U.S. De Minimis Content Calculation

Export Classification and Export Determination

  • ECCN Classification
  • “No License Required” Determination
  • License Exception Determination
  • Red Flag, Denied Party and Proliferation Screening
  • New China Military Catch-All Rule
  • License Requirements

US Embargo and EAR Special Country Controls

  • Office of Foreign Assets Controls (OFAC)
  • OFAC Comprehensive Embargoed Countries: Iran, Sudan and Cuba
  • OFAC Licensing and Approval Policy
  • EAR Special Country Controls: Syria, and North Korea
  • Control Status of Libya, Iraq and Palestine
  • Specially Designated Nationals

EAR Antiboycott Regulations

  • Introduction
  • Relationship to Arab League Boycott on Israel and other Boycotts
  • Applicability to Transactions Outside the U.S.
  • Prohibitions and Exceptions
  • Reporting Requirements

Export Control Reform

  • List Shifts: Military Items Changing from ITAR to EAR Jurisdiction
  • New 600-Series ECCNs
  • New “Specially Designed” Definition (EAR & ITAR)
  • Handling Existing Licenses & Approvals
  • Transitioning to New Rules

Export Enforcement

  • How US Rules are Enforced Outside the U.S.
  • Corporate and Personal Fines and Penalties
  • Enforcement Case Studies
  • Preventing Violations

Compliance Programs

  • Considerations for Developing a Corporate Export Compliance Program
  • Types of Procedural Approaches
  • U.S. Government Compliance Program Recommendations

Technical Data Considerations

  • Controls on Physical and Intangible Data
  • Deemed Exports and Reexports
  • Third Country National Considerations
  • Emailed Data, Server Access and Downloads