Module 5

Export Control & Risk Management

August 7, 2017

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Instructor: Arijana Hoormann

Various international agreements have established export control standards on specific categories of goods to ensure security and safety for nations, economies, environments and wildlife. This course provides an overview of recent global events that have impacted border control procedures, including the adoption of new export controls for effective risk management.

Costs

All six modules must be taken in order to earn the Chancellor's Certificate in International Trade. The cost is $1,800. Each module also can be taken individually for $350 per module.

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Scholarships

Scholarships up to $1000 per person now available for the Chancellor's Certificate in International Trade (CCIT). This funding is generously provided by the Missouri Department of Economic Development. Please contact Stella Sheehan or call (314) 615-8141 for further information, including eligibilty requirements.

Instructors

  • Paul Toskin +

    Paul Toskin is vice president and manager of Commerce Bank’s Trade Service Group in St. Louis. After completing an International Read More
  • David G. Forgue +

    David Forgue is a partner at Barnes/Richardson Global Trade Law. His practice focuses on the representation of importers and exporters, Read More
  • Lawrence Taylor +

    Lawrence Taylor founded Aziotics after having worked and lived in Asian markets for 25 years and having had general management Read More
  • Arijana Hoormann +

    Arijana Hoormann is a long-term freight forwarder and Certified United States Export Compliance Officer. A native of Sarajevo, Bosnia, she Read More
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