Self Paced

Strategic Export Controls Program

“Strategic Export Controls” provides an in-depth guide to managing international export regulations, risk management, and compliance for global trade professionals.

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3 Months


Strategic Export Controls: Managing Risks and Regulations is a comprehensive guide that helps international trade professionals understand and comply with export control regulations. It details the classification of goods, licensing requirements, and navigation through global regulatory landscapes, enhancing strategic planning and risk management in export activities.


The aim of “Strategic Export Controls: Managing Risks and Regulations” is to equip international trade professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate and comply with complex export control regulations effectively. This resource aims to enhance understanding of licensing, goods classification, and global regulatory environments, thereby facilitating secure, efficient, and compliant international trade operations.

Program Objectives

  • Clarify Export Regulations: Provide clear and comprehensive guidance on the latest export control laws and regulations across various jurisdictions.
  • Enhance Compliance Understanding: Equip professionals with the knowledge to navigate complex compliance requirements, including licensing and customs procedures.
  • Risk Management in Trade: Develop strategies for managing risks associated with non-compliance, including sanctions and penalties.
  • Improve Goods Classification Skills: Teach the intricacies of properly classifying goods as per international standards to prevent legal and logistical issues.
  • Facilitate Global Market Access: Assist businesses in understanding and overcoming regulatory barriers to facilitate smoother entry into international markets.
  • Promote Ethical Trade Practices: Encourage the adoption of responsible and secure trade practices that align with international security measures and ethical standards.

Program Structure

Module 1: Foundations of Export Controls

  • Section 1: Introduction to Export Controls
    • Definitions and Overview of Strategic Export Controls
    • Historical Evolution and the Importance of Export Control Regimes
  • Section 2: Legal Framework and Key Regulations
    • Overview of International and National Export Control Laws
    • Key Regulatory Bodies and Their Roles

Module 2: Classifying Products and Technologies

  • Section 1: Understanding Classification Systems
    • Details on the Harmonized System (HS) and Control Lists
    • Case Studies on Classifying Sensitive Goods and Technologies
  • Section 2: Compliance with Classification Rules
    • Best Practices for Accurate Product Classification
    • Common Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them

Module 3: Licensing and Permit Requirements

  • Section 1: Navigating Licensing Processes
    • Steps for Obtaining Export Licenses for Controlled Items
    • Documentation and Reporting Requirements
  • Section 2: Special Cases and Exemptions
    • Understanding Exemptions and Special Licenses
    • Dealing with Temporary Exports and Re-exports

Module 4: Implementing Compliance Programs

  • Section 1: Building an Effective Compliance Structure
    • Key Elements of an Export Compliance Program
    • Role of Compliance Officers and Management
  • Section 2: Training and Awareness
    • Developing Training Programs for Employees
    • Regular Audits and Assessments to Ensure Compliance

Module 5: Risk Management in Export Controls

  • Section 1: Identifying and Assessing Risks
    • Risk Assessment Techniques in Export Controls
    • Case Studies on Risk Management Strategies
  • Section 2: Mitigating Compliance Risks
    • Strategies for Mitigating Risks in International Trade
    • Use of Technology in Monitoring and Controlling Exports

Module 6: Global Perspectives and Future Trends

  • Section 1: International Cooperation and Enforcement
    • The Role of International Agreements and Cooperation in Enforcement
    • Challenges in Global Compliance and Enforcement
  • Section 2: Adapting to Changes and Future Developments
    • Emerging Trends in Export Controls
    • Preparing for Future Regulatory Changes and Their Impact

Final Assessment and Project

  • Capstone Project:
    • Development of an Export Compliance Plan for a Multinational Company
  • Final Examination:
    • Comprehensive Test on Export Controls, Risk Management, and Compliance Strategies

Participant’s Eligibility

  • Students: Undergraduate and graduate students studying international business, trade law, or related fields who are interested in learning about the regulatory aspects of global commerce.
  • PhD Scholars: Researchers focusing on international trade, economic sanctions, or regulatory compliance who require a deep understanding of export controls for their studies.
  • Academicians: Faculty members and educators who teach courses on international trade law, global business strategies, or supply chain management, seeking to incorporate current export control regulations into their curriculum.
  • Industry Professionals: Trade compliance officers, export managers, and logistics coordinators in companies that engage in international trade, needing up-to-date knowledge on managing export controls and compliance with international regulations.

Program Outcomes

  • Deep Understanding of Export Regulations: Participants will gain a thorough understanding of current international export controls, regulations, and compliance requirements.
  • Enhanced Compliance Skills: Attendees will learn to navigate complex regulatory environments, ensuring their organizations adhere to international trade laws and avoid penalties.
  • Risk Management Proficiency: Participants will develop skills to identify and manage risks associated with exporting goods, including sanctions and security concerns.
  • Advanced Classification Knowledge: Attendees will acquire expertise in classifying goods accurately according to international standards, facilitating smoother customs processes.
  • Strategic Planning Abilities: Professionals will learn to incorporate export controls into their business strategies, enabling more effective planning and decision-making for international operations.
  • Ethical Trade Practices: Participants will be encouraged to adopt and promote secure and responsible trade practices, aligning with global standards and enhancing corporate reputation.



Fee Structure

Standard Fees: INR 4,998        USD 110

Discounted Fee: INR 2499        USD 55   




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Program Assessment

Certification to this program will be based on the evaluation of following assignment (s)/ examinations:

Exam Weightage
Mid Term Assignments 20 %
Final Online Exam 30 %
Project Report Submission (Includes Mandatory Paper Publication) 50 %

To study the printed/online course material, submit and clear, the mid term assignments, project work/research study (in completion of project work/research study, a final report must be submitted) and the online examination, you are allotted a 1-month period. You will be awarded a certificate, only after successful completion/ and clearance of all the aforesaid assignment(s) and examinations.

Program Deliverables

  • Access to e-LMS
  • Real Time Project for Dissertation
  • Project Guidance
  • Paper Publication Opportunity
  • Self Assessment
  • Final Examination
  • e-Certification
  • e-Marksheet

Future Career Prospects

  • Chief Compliance Officer: Senior executives who oversee and ensure overall compliance within an organization, particularly with international trade laws and regulations.
  • Director of Global Trade Compliance: Leaders responsible for setting and enforcing trade compliance strategies across all global operations of a corporation, ensuring alignment with international trade regulations.
  • Senior International Trade Consultant: Consultants who provide expert advice on navigating complex global trade environments, helping businesses expand their international footprint while remaining compliant.
  • Head of Export Control: Executives who specialize in managing a company’s export control programs, including licensing, audits, and training related to export compliance.
  • Global Supply Chain Director: Senior managers who oversee and optimize international supply chain operations, ensuring efficiency, compliance, and risk mitigation across multiple countries.
  • Trade Policy Advisor: Experts who work with governments or large corporations to develop or advise on trade policies that affect industry regulations and international commerce.
  • International Regulatory Analyst: Professionals who analyze international regulations and provide strategic insights to help companies mitigate risks and capitalize on global opportunities.

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Job Opportunities

  • Export Compliance Officer: Professionals responsible for ensuring that their organization complies with all export regulations and laws, managing the necessary documentation and procedures.
  • International Trade Analyst: Specialists who analyze market trends and regulatory changes to advise on international trade strategies.
  • Customs Broker: Experts who facilitate the shipment of goods across international borders, ensuring compliance with diverse customs regulations.
  • Supply Chain Manager: Professionals who oversee the supply chain, particularly focusing on compliance with international shipping and export controls.
  • Trade Compliance Manager: Managers who develop and implement compliance programs within organizations to ensure adherence to international export regulations.
  • Regulatory Affairs Specialist: Specialists who monitor and interpret export laws and advise on compliance strategies to manage regulatory risks.
  • Global Logistics Coordinator: Coordinators who manage logistics operations, including compliance with export controls and transportation laws to ensure efficient and lawful international trade.

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