Export Control Training

There are a range of export control training opportunities available to University of Edinburgh staff and students.

Export Control: Introduction and Key Principles

This ‘bite-size’ course will introduce you to UK and international export control and sanctions regimes and is delivered either face to face or online by Edinburgh Research Office.

The course is suitable for groups of University of Edinburgh academics, research and technician colleagues, professional services colleagues and students.  Delivery time is approximately 20 minutes, so ideal for lunchbreaks or your group meetings.

For further information, or to arrange a training session for your group or team please contact us.

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Government and Sectoral Training Opportunities

Higher Education Strategic Export Controls Online Training

This online course has been developed by Cranfield University with the support of the University of Edinburgh under the auspices of the Higher Education Export Control Association (HEECA).

Read information about HEECA

The programme is designed to provide a broad introduction to export control, with examples and case studies tailored to particular groups of HE sector users, including academic and technician staff, professional services staff and students.  It also aims to be flexible by allowing participants to dip in and out and complete the programme in stages, according to the time they have available.

Registration is required.  To register yourself or colleagues on the training course please contact us.

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Export Control Joint Unit: Training on export control compliance

Courses, seminars, workshops and webinars from the UK government’s administrative body for export control.

View training opportunities on the Gov.UK website