Fundamentals of Exporting
An online, asynchronous course you complete in one month, at your convenience.
Business Owners, Senior Managers, Sales Executive / Managers, and Export Executives / Managers...
Did you know?
Compliance with all United States Government laws, regulations, embargoes and sanctions pertaining to exports is not an option – it is the LAW.
If you are new to international trade, don’t miss this review of basic export elements and in-depth discussion of U.S. requirements.
The United States Government regulates all exports and re-exports of U.S. goods, technology and technical data. This program was designed to help you identify and learn how to comply with the different U.S. export trade elements, requirements and regulations.
Explore exporting or re-exporting definitions and details through discussion of various “export elements” required for U.S. exports.
- Due Diligence, purchase orders and contracts
- Review of various export regulation
- The deemed export rule
- Product export control requirements and compliance
- Technical data as an export
- Technology and software as exports
- The export licensing process
- Discussion on which countries are involved in U.S. related embargoes and sanctions
- How to look for restrictive trade practices (boycotts)
- How to classify under the Harmonized System
- Review of origin determination requirements
- How products are marked for export and determining the value of an export.
Register by Phone
toll free 1-866-893-2423
P.O. Box 4004
Eau Claire, WI
toll free 1-800-835-3755
Register in Person
Continuing Education Office
210 Water Street
Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Completely online – learn at your own pace. All you need is a computer with multimedia capabilities to access course materials. Start the program anytime between now and December 31, 2013. You have one month to complete the lessons.
- 10 lessons over a month
- 2-3 lessons per week. Export expert Bonnie Anderson will focus on one
topic each lesson.
- Log on when it works best for your schedule
- Plan on 1-2 hours per lesson
No test or quizzes. This program is for companies that want real-time knowledge they can put to use immediately. Use the learning actives to evolve your exporting strategy the right way. Feel free to download them for future use and reference.
Program InstructorBonnie J. Anderson, International Trade Consultant –WTH International Services, LLC. | Bonnie is a seasoned professional and brings over four decades of international trade experience to these learning sessions. Her background in the employ of several high technology manufacturing companies, 10 years for a military defense contractor and international trade compliance consulting and training helps her support her clients with trade-related matters. Bonnie has substantial experience with international contracts, traffic/logistics, offshore procurement, program management and import/export trade compliance. Her clients range in size from small start-up companies to the very large global companies. She approaches her clients import and export control matters from a practical/operational perspective. She regularly speaks at various international trade seminars, is an adjunct instructor at St. Paul College, St. Paul, MN, is a current member and former director of the Midwest Global Trade Association, St. Paul, MN and a member of the Minneapolis, MN based Twin Cities Import Export Council. Bonnie currently offers international trade compliance consulting and education services through Minneapolis based WTH International Service, LLC. Bonnie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in international studies from Metropolitan State University, St. Paul, MN.
$99 includes downloadable learning activities, exporting information and access to the program for one month.
Cancellation Policy: You may cancel or transfer your registration up to 5 business days before the start date. If you cancel or transfer fewer than 5 business days before the start date, a $25 administrative fee will be assessed. If you do not attend the program, you are responsible for the full fee. If the program is cancelled or full, we will refund the program fee. You may substitute another person for your registration at any time. Call us for assistance.
Accommodations: Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Jim Mishefske at 715/836-5811 / toll-free 866-893-2423, or use the Wisconsin Relay System by dialing 7-1-1-715-836-5811.