Technology controls and product development
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Location: Oxford area, UK
Duration: 1 day
- Technical information, machinery and certain processes used to manufacture a product can be subject to control.
- Staff involved in Engineering, Quality, Product Development and IT need to understand when their activities are regulated.
- Even before goods are manufactured, some conversations, emails and manufacturing processes require authorisation.
- Technology, defined as “development”, “production” and “use” information may be subject to control even if the final product does not appear on a control list.
In this one day seminar, we use practical examples of how to evaluate opportunities, explore the control lists and then guide you into the correct areas.
We then look at what open export licences are available and when individual applications are required.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Anyone involved in the following activities:
- Product development
- Relocating manufacturing facilities
- Supply-chain to OEMs
- Repair and Overhaul facilities
- Prior knowledge of export control is not necessary.
- All delegates are invited to complete a questionnaire and/or participate in a conference call, to evaluate their knowledge and company requirements.
- Where possible, the course is tailored around the needs of the delegates
- Delegates will obtain an understanding of the controls, be able to locate their products on the control lists, complete practical exercises regarding which export licence to use and what the documentation requirements are for compliance.
- Workbook with practical examples and templates of documents required for recordkeeping purposes.
- Hard copies of the legislation and licences are used in the training, all of these are supplied to the delegates on a memory stick.
- Lunch and refreshments are supplied throughout the day.