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Get the compliance training you need from the industry experts right at your own computer!

Value for your training investment – our webinars are rated Very Good to Excellent by 98% of attendees.

Programs are ninety minutes in length and contain the most current information available. Webinars are held live, make sure you have your questions ready for the instructor. Questions will be answered as time permits.

Every attendee of a paid Unz & Co. webinar will receive a PDF file of the presentation to aid in learning during the program and to keep as a reference.

Attendees also receive a personalized and dated certificate of completion after the program has ended. (Please note: free webinar attendees will not receive the hand-out or a certificate - just the knowledge you'll gain.)

These webinars are a cost-effective way to learn and update your skills. Stay current with international trade and dangerous goods transportation regulations. Plus no time away from the office needed.

As an added bonus, all attendees automatically earn 1 CEU to apply to our Certification Program

 

Upcoming Webinars...

Understand the Proper Filing of the EEI through AES Under the New Regulations

Thursday, February 25, 2016     

The vast majority of exports from the U.S. require the filing of the Electronic Export Information (EEI) through the Automated Export System, not filing, late or inaccurate filings can mean significant fines and penalties. Although in the case of a "Routed Shipment" the buyer may have responsibility the seller always has either the actual obligation to file or insure the filing is correct. The implementation of ACE (The Automated Commercial Environment) and other regulatory changes have affected the filing process.

You Should Attend to:

1.) Receive detailed information on the new requirements
2.) Learn who is responsible to file
3.) When to file
4.) Proper information to file
5.) Learn what has changed in regard to ATA Carnets
6.) What to do if a filing has to be corrected
7.) How to file when an export license, exemption or exception is used
8.) What steps to take if a freight forwarder files on your behalf
...and much more!

Who Should Attend

- Anyone in your company who is responsible for filing
- Anyone who coordinates with a freight forwarder who files on your behalf or on behalf of the buyer

 


$175 for the first attendee Register Now


$75 for each additional attendee Register Now


ECCN: Determining the Correct ECCN or ITAR Category of Your Commodity, Technology or Software

Thursday, March 24, 2016    

Determining proper classification of an export has always been an important part of export compliance. This includes classification under the Harmonized System as well as export control classification.

If the transaction falls under the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) or The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) determining the proper ECCN or USML Category is the responsibility of the Exporter/Seller who may also be the USPPI.

Misclassification can lead to seizure of goods, fines, penalties and, in severe cases, loss of export privileges or imprisonment.

The combination of expanded enforcement efforts and recent changes under Export Control Reform has increased the importance and complexity of classification.

Learn what has changed, how to setup an effective classification process and how to keep your company compliant.

Who should attend?

Anyone responsible for:
Export compliance
Logistics
Shipping
Purchasing
International Trade Supervisors and Managers

 


$175 for the first attendee Register Now


$75 for each additional attendee Register Now


Important information for a successful webinar experience...

FREE Webinars - Please add the item to your cart and continue through the registration. You will not be billed.

You will receive the access code to the webinar via email once payment is received or you have registered. Paid webinar attendees will also receive a PDF copy of the presentation, and a Certificate of Attendance (within a week to ten days).

Webinars start at 1:00pm Eastern time and are approximately 90 minutes in length. Registration will close the day before the webinar at 5:00pm Eastern time. You will be connected to audio using your computer's microphone and speakers (VoIP). A headset is recommended. Or, you may select "Use Telephone" after joining the Webinar. A copy of the PowerPoint slides will be emailed before the webinar presentation (paid seminars only). These webinars will not be archived. Make sure that your computer complies with all software requirements. We recommend you log in 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the webinar.

We also recommend that you use the "Test Java" link below. These tests ensure you won't miss portions of the program.

Our webinars are on the GoToWebinar platform which currently uses Java.
To test Java, please click the link below.
MAC USERS: You do not have to test Java since Mac uses the Citrix Online Launcher.

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