Training on export control compliance

Courses, seminars, workshops and webinars to help exporters understand their obligations under export control legislation.


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Export Control Joint Unit (ECJU) training for exporting and trading individuals or companies of all sizes, as well as government organisations.

It aims to increase understanding of the UK’s strategic export controls, catering for a wide range of knowledge levels.

Updates to this page

Published 5 December 2013
Last updated 16 April 2024 + show all updates
  1. The Training event calendar within the Export control training attachment has been updated, with an event taking place in May, within Manchester.

  2. Removal of ECJU training courses for 2023 from export control training attachment. 2024 courses to be confirmed. Strategic export control learning path courses remain available.

  3. Updated Leeds training to fully booked.

  4. Updated the status of some events to indicate they are fully booked.

  5. Updated training event calendar to show which events have been fully booked.

  6. Updated the information for some of the training courses to reflect that they are fully booked.

  7. Payment instruction has been amended

  8. This has been updated with all the export training events taking place from June till December 2023.

  9. Training programme has been updated.

  10. Training events calendar has been updated.

  11. Updated with a new export training programme for November 2022 to April 2023.

  12. Addition of 2022 Symposium and Making Better Licence Application course dates in Export control training bulletin; removal of Leeds course dates from bulletin. Addition of symposium booking form.

  13. This page has been updated to show training courses from September 2022 to the end of December 2022. The export control training booking form has been updated to link to a DIT privacy notice.

  14. Addition of training calendar events and locations for 2022: Derby (April), Southampton (June) and Cambridge (July).

  15. Updated training bulletin

  16. Addition of training calendar for September 2021 to April 2022.

  17. Removal of classroom-based training listing due to current restrictions.

  18. Addition of new page on export control webinars

  19. Addition of oil, gas and renewables seminar in Aberdeen to HTML content.

  20. Updated to show list of Export Control Joint Unit events taking place September to December 2020.

  21. Training courses during April, May and June 2020 have been cancelled.

  22. Latest edition published covering March to June 2020.

  23. No places left on the 5 March licensing course in Birmingham.

  24. Latest edition published covering November 2019 to April 2020. Includes an HTML version of the bulletin with separate downloadable booking form.

  25. Latest edition published covering September to December 2019. Includes an HTML version of the bulletin with separate downloadable booking form.

  26. Latest edition published covering June to October 2019. Also includes new HTML version of the bulletin with separate downloadable booking form.

  27. Latest edition published covering March to July 2019.

  28. Latest edition published covering January to March 2019.

  29. Added details about cyber security course and export control symposium taking place in November.

  30. Updated version includes details of courses in Edinburgh and Aberdeen during September 2018.

  31. Issue 6 published, covering March to December 2018.

  32. Issue 5 published, covering October 2017 to March 2018.

  33. Added dates for courses in Aberdeen during October 2017.

  34. Update of issue 4 published, covering July to December 2017.

  35. Issue 4 published, covering June to November 2017.

  36. Issue 3 published, covering November 2016 to June 2017.

  37. Added details of an extra course, Cyber Export Control, 24 November 2016.

  38. Issue 2 published, covering May to December 2016.

  39. Making better licence applications courses on 17 March and 21 April have been cancelled; a new combined dual-use and military control list classification course has been added (17 March, Birmingham). Some courses in February and March are now fully booked.

  40. Latest bulletin published, covering new courses for January to June 2016.

  41. Intermediate seminar on 2 December 2015 is fully booked.

  42. The Cyber Export Controls event planned for 3 December 2015 has been cancelled.

  43. Dates confirmed for 2015 Export Control Symposium (22 September) and Cyber Export Controls course (3 December). The Control List Classification course on 21 October is now fully booked.

  44. First published.

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