ITAR Compliance & Certification Resources
We’ve put together some helpful resources to help you and your business learn more and improve your ITAR compliance efforts. If there is any way that we can be of assistance as you review these resources, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
ECTI is renowned as the world leader in U.S. export compliance training programs. With ECTI’s export compliance seminars, you have always been able to document your participation in our courses — in addition, you can opt to take the Export Compliance Professional (ECoP®) certification exam (or exams) at course completion to certify your mastery of the concepts.
You must first attend an ECTI-qualifying live seminar course or e-Seminar course to qualify for the Export Compliance Professional (ECoP®) Certification. After you have attended an ECTI live seminar or completed the e-Seminar course online, you will be able to purchase and access the ECoP® Certification Exam.
By taking and passing the certification exam(s), you can demonstrate to your employer and colleagues that you have mastered the content and that you have the skills necessary to perform your export compliance duties.
ECoP® ITAR Certification
Live ITAR Compliance Seminars
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ITAR Compliance e-Seminars
For training either your U.S. or non-U.S. organization: Our ITAR e-Seminars provides both novice and experienced export compliance professionals with an in-depth education on ITAR (International Traffic in Arms) regulations. Our e-Seminars are adapted from our 2-day live ITAR seminars.
Each e-Seminar Purchase Includes:
- Certificate of completion
- Comprehensive searchable PDF manual
- Optional ECoP® certifications/renewals
- 7-9 hours of 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
On-Demand ITAR Courses:
The Specially Designed course provides an in-depth understanding of the importance of the definition of “specially designed” in the ITAR and the EAR, the key related terms you should know and real-world examples of how to use the definition. The course includes interactive content, video segments, and knowledge checks to support learner engagement and comprehension. Specially Designed is an on-demand learning course that allows you to go at your pace.
Now is a good time to take a breath and catch up on changes to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), and OFAC (Office of Foreign Assets Control) sanctions programs. You will leave this webinar with valuable insights into 2022’s developments, the ability to cut through the clutter to what is essential, and an understanding of new regulatory requirements your organization must address.
This two-part webinar series is designed to help companies and professionals involved in export jurisdiction and classification better understand the requirements of classification with a systematic approach to solving the problem of classification.
The content of this series will be at an intermediate to advanced level with a focus on the intricacies of the classification process. You may even gain some tips and tricks.
If you want to develop your understanding of how the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) apply specifically to software, this is the webinar for you.
What sort of software is controlled? Do you need an export license? Is there something else your organization must (or should) do before you begin to sell, deploy, or develop software outside the U.S.? This course will help you to answer these important questions
By: Anna Barone and Scott Gearity The universe of defense articles and defense services subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)...
Some of the trickier export compliance issues to navigate are the ones related to computing technology, software and data. Export controls require a license...
Updated: April 25, 2023 By: Maarten Sengers and Scott Gearity Continuing on the theme of International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) contradictions begun...
Additional ITAR Resources/Tools
International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), amendments and regulation changes compiled into an easily searchable pdf document.
This clear and easy-to-use reference guide includes essential steps and information needed to pursue compliance with U.S. export regulations administered by the U.S. Departments of State (ITAR), Commerce (EAR) and Treasury (OFAC).
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