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DOE FEMP New Series! Renewable Energy T...
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) presents an updated series of training courses focused on Renewable Energy Technology Applications for federal sites. Renewable energy technologies can help Federal sites meet agency goals and legislative mandates, improve energy security, and reduce environmental impact while efficiently providing electricity, heating, cooling, and other applications. This course wil...
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Professionalization and the Cybersecuri...
The increasing frequency and scale of reported cyber attacks, highlights the need for a cybersecurity workforce of sufficient size and quality to meet the evolving threat environment. To address this need, some cybersecurity experts call for enhanced professionalization requirements. Certification, licensure, skill-based competency exams, and a national association all have been advanced as components of a comprehensive workforce strategy to a...
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FEMP36: Realizing the Potential of Unde...
GET MORE SAVINGS OUT OF YOUR ESPC! Learn about innovative solutions for deep savings. Overcome commonly misperceived barriers and take advantage of otherwise overlooked savings opportunities Implement unconventional energy conservation measures (ECMs) using proven methods and best practices This course provides an expansive look at four representative topics - - Demand Response Programs - Combined Heat and Power/Cogeneration - Irrigation Effic...
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FEMP eTraining: Water Management Basics
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) presents its latest e-Training course, Water Management Basics. This course provides learners with a concise introduction to comprehensive water management in key topic areas including basic water management terminology, the history of federal water mandates, current E.O. 13693 provisions, best practices associated with comprehensive water management, and proven water...
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Managing School Safety in the 21st Century
The US is home to more than 130,000 schools serving approximately 55 million K-12 students, and another 4,500-plus colleges and universities serving 21 million students. While the vast majority of campuses offer safe, secure environments, no school is immune to threats and risks. Students, parents, and communities expect their educational leaders to work with local law enforcement and public safety agencies in preparing for a wide array of man...
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Basics of Importing to the United States
Designed to help commercial importers become more aware of their regulatory obligations and develop strategies for improving trade compliance within their organizations. Course focuses on the import entry processes and the fundamental disciplines required for making an entry. This course is made up of a total of 8 lessons. Each lesson contains a video and a review that will need to be completed to proceed to the next section. Lessons may not...
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Basics of Exporting from the United States
Expand your export business and provide stellar service to your foreign buyers. This course provides an entry level look at the requirements and procedures for exporting from the United States. This course will provide a comprehensive look at all the factors affecting your business as you begin to sell and ship products abroad. This course is made up of a total of 8 lessons. Each lesson is designed to concentrate on a specific topic related to...
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Duty Calls - Fundamentals of Tariff Cla...
A successful and efficient trade compliance program all begins with a solid foundation and understanding of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS). This course is designed to provide the fundamentals and knowledge in understanding the HTS system and begin to use that knowledge to learn how to classify products. This course is made up of a total of 7 lessons. Each lesson is designed to concentrate on a specific topic and provide the basics into u...
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Fundamentals Behind the EAR
This course provides fundamentals about the U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR), which are administered by the U.S. Department of Commerce. It covers basic export control concepts one needs to understand in order to execute core business operations at a manufacturer, research & development facility, or university in a compliant manner. After taking this course, you will walk away with a comprehensive understanding of the basis and...
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Classification Under the EAR
This course provides a focused review of classification under the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Export Administration Regulations (EAR). It covers essential information behind how the EAR’s Commerce Control List is structured, offers strategies and tips for classifying new items, discusses how multiple classifications can relate to a single item, and highlights the impact of Export Control Reform on classification. After taking thi...
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