skip to navigation skip to content
- Select training provider - (Research Strategy Office Governance )
Tue 30 Apr 2024
11:30 - 12:45

Venue: Research Governance MS Teams

Provided by: Research Strategy Office Governance


Bookings cannot be made on this event (Event is completed).

Other dates:

No more events

[ Show past events ]

Register interest
Register your interest - if you would be interested in additional dates being scheduled.

Booking / availability

Export Control Training (Live Online using MS Teams)

Tue 30 Apr 2024


The UK has an obligation to ensure that goods, technology or software that can be used for a military purpose or contribute towards the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction are not exported into the wrong hands. This may affect research data, research equipment or publications, even in areas that have no intended military application. This training course provides an overview of export control legislations and how it may impact academic research, collaborations and outputs.

Target audience
  • Principal Investigators (PI)
  • Postdocs
  • Researchers
  • Professional Services Staff (who may undertake or support potentially dual-use research)

Number of sessions: 1

# Date Time Venue Trainer
1 Tue 30 Apr   11:30 - 12:45 11:30 - 12:45 Research Governance MS Teams Nadine Tschacksch

The session will provide an overview of

  • what export control is and what is covered by UK export control legislation
  • what the exemptions are
  • how to comply with UK export control legislation
  • travel abroad with and remote teaching of controlled items / technology
  • how US export controls may impact research in UK universities.

Attendees will gain an understanding of

  • which controls may apply to their research
  • how to check if their research is controlled
  • what their responsibilities are
  • what support is available
  • how to comply with the law and University policy

and how export control may impact their

  • research equipment and outputs
  • research collaborations
  • teaching
  • travel
  • commercialisation of research.

Presentations, discussions

  • One session of one hour 15 minutes
  • A number of times per year
Related courses

Booking / availability