Three workshops will take place on Monday, May 7th for those that want more information geared specifically to their knowledge level.
The three workshops are:
Beginning: For those that want to learn the basics of export controls specific to a University setting. This workshop will cover EAR, ITAR, and OFAC regulations along with common exceptions and exemptions useful to anyone just starting out in export controls. This workshop is recommended for anyone with less than 2 years of experience.
Intermediate: For those that have a basic knowledge of export controls and want to build on that experience with real-world examples and more difficult scenarios than what are covered in the Beginning workshop. This workshop is recommended for anyone with 2-5 years of experience or new to the university environment. Please note that if you have previously taken the intermediate you should take the advanced.
Advanced: For those that are ready to dive into the most difficult and complex areas of export control. This workshop will cover areas that a seasoned export control professional encounters and how to deal with them. This workshop is recommended for anyone with more than 5 year of experience and will largely consist of group discussions on current issues, emerging concerns, best practices, and program development, assessment, and continuous improvement.