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ECO’s putting on a free introductory webinar…

Register now for: Strategic export controls and licences – An introduction

This free 1 hour webinar on the 16 July at 3pm (BST) is ideal for exporters new to strategic export controls.  After providing an overview of the controls on the export and trade of military and certain Dual-Use items from the UK, it also introduces how exporters obtain licences.

This webinar will take attendees through:

– The controls

– Military and Dual Use lists

– What is meant by “technology” and how it can be exported

– Additional Trade Controls, Sanctions and End Use controls

– Compliance and enforcement 

– The types of licences available and how to apply

Adrian Bond, the Training Manager for the Export Control Joint Unit, will lead the webinar, with the overview of licences and licensing provided by Michelle Sullivan, an experienced licensing officer.

We are also pleased to announce that we currently have classroom based courses available for the Autumn/Winter, government guidelines and attendee demand allowing. These are due to re-start in Edinburgh on the 7 and 8 of September, then Aberdeen with an Oil, Gas and Renewables focused Intermediate course on the 9 September, followed by general Foundation and Licencing courses on the 10 September. Please see the latest Training Bulletin for more details.

For general export control queries please contact our Helpline on 020 7215 4594 or email:

Business Awareness Unit  Export Control Joint Unit

Categories: Education Export Control Export Control Organization (ECO) Industry Events Training Webinars


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