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Export Control Training Bulletin 5 - June 2011 published


Book to attend one of the Export Control Organisation's training courses taking place between August and December 2011

The Export Control Organisation's latest Training Bulletin is now available.

The Bulletin includes details of all forthcoming seminars and workshops taking place from July to December 2011 (along with an attached course booking form at the bottom of the bulletin).

The events are aimed at companies of all sizes, intermediaries, individuals and others and are designed to increase your understanding of UK strategic export controls and your responsibilities. Details are also provided about the option of on-site bespoke company training.

Courses during the coming months are due to be held in London, Dundee, Birmingham, Newcastle and Oxford. The booking form includes amended prices as a result of the VAT increase.

View the Export Control Training Bulletin 5: June 2011 (DOC, 454 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.

Expressions of Interest for training

Please indicate:

1. your interest in attending a short training session on the new ECO advisory services. The course would be a half-day training session. It would include case studies to learn more about how the new Control List Classification and End-User Advice Services operate and what information you will need to provide in support of your request.

2. your interest in attending either a Beginners or Intermediate level export control training event in Northern Ireland.

If you are interested in attending either proposed course, please contact denise.carter@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 byt he ECO, see the UK Export Control Training & Skills Academy. This includes access to our 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
mailto:web.comments@bis.gsi.gov.uk

24 June 2011

Contact the Export Control Organisation

See the Contact the Export Control Organisation page for further contact details.

Minister responsible

Mark Prisk is the minister responsible for this policy area.


 

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