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Export Control Training Bulletin 7


Book a place on an Export Control Organisation training course. Download the current advertised courses running between March and September 2012.

A new version of the Export Control Organisation's current Training Bulletin is now available.

The Bulletin includes details of all forthcoming ECO seminars and workshops taking place from March to September 2012 (along with an attached course booking form at the bottom of the bulletin). Courses are scheduled to be held during the next few months in Southampton, Leeds, Birmingham, Glasgow and Aberdeen.

These courses are all designed to increase your understanding of UK strategic export controls and what your responsibilities are when exporting controlled items. All courses are delivered by UK government experts working within the UK's Export Licensing Community.

Details are also provided about the option of on-site bespoke company training.

View the Export Control Training Bulletin 7 (DOC, 469 Kb) .

Course Bookings

To book a course place, please complete and return the booking form contained in the Bulletin.

ECO are currently unable to accept payment by credit, debit or charge card. If you are interested in paying via this method then please indicate this on the box provided on the booking form. We may be able to offer the facility to pay by this method in the future.

Please also be aware that the application must now contain the VAT number of the company funding course attendance. Any forms without this information completed will be returned and registration places will not be saved.

Expressions of Interest for training

Please indicate your interest in attending a training session on:

  • MOD F680, security grading and exhibition clearances procedures
  • Sanctioned Destinations and their impact on export controls

If you are interested in attending either proposed course, please contact web.comments@bis.gsi.gov.uk

Other export control awareness opportunities

ECO's training provision includes scheduled courses providing an overview of the controls and classification courses for either dual-use or military goods.

For more details about the training and skill provision provided by the ECO, see the export control training pages on the Businesslink website. This includes access to online films and e-learning resources and courses.

Notice to Exporters

To access previously issued Notices, Training, Awareness and Compliance Bulletins, the latest Iran List and details of export control prosecutions go to the Notice to Exporters page.

You can choose to subscribe to our email alerts service by emailing us at: mailto:web.comments@bis.gsi.gov.uk or alternatively by subscribing to either our RSS feed or via Twitter.

Other Notification Services

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) also publishes a Bulletin which sets out the wider work of BIS to build a dynamic and competitive economy. Click here to subscribe.

Export Control Enquiries

Further practical guidance for exporters is available on the export control pages of the Businesslink website.

For general export control queries please contact the ECO.


ECO Business Awareness Team
Export Control Organisation
web.comments@bis.gsi.gov.uk

20 March 2012

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