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The Maritime Industry and Marine Survey Practice
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Budgeting and Accounting for Surveyors
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Effective Writing and Reporting
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Naval Architecture for Surveyors
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Marine Surveying Law
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Marine Surveying Insurance
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Marine Incident Investigation
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Safety Surveys
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Hull and Structural Surveys
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Fundamentals of Marine Engineering
Specialist Modules
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Non-Liquid Cargo Surveys
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Liquid Cargo Surveys
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Superyacht Surveys
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Marine Environmental Surveys
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Marine Engineering Surveys
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International Safety Management (ISM) Code Surveys
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Warranty Surveys Including Mobile Offshore Unit Surveys
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Azimuth Marine Ltd, UK
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As the first international qualification for
marine surveyors, Lloyds Maritime Academy
and North West Kent College have been educating
surveying professionals, potential marine surveyors
and associated maritime professionals since 1998. Over
3175 participants from all corners of the globe have
taken, or are currently taking, the Diploma in Marine
Surveying. The sheer numbers choosing to study this
unique course speaks volumes about its quality and
deserved international reputation.
Designed primarily to support the valuable and
important work that marine surveyors around the
world carry out, it also aims to help recruit future
surveyors, not just from the dwindling number of
seafaring professionals, but also from non-seafarers that
have the academic ability and an interest in learning
about marine surveying.
The syllabus includes essential technical requirements
such as naval architecture, structural surveys and
engineering, up to date legislative and regulation
content as well as key business skills such as report
writing and budgeting competencies. With your
choice of specialist material allowing you to tailor the
diploma to your role or interest, this course provides
the knowledge to assist in your personal and
professional development towards becoming an
informed, professional marine surveyor. Students
must select one specialist module to complete the
diploma, but additional specialist modules can be
studied to gain knowledge in other areas.
In order to enhance your career even further on
completing your diploma, you have the opportunity
to top up your qualification to an MSc in Marine
Surveying by distance learning. This top up
qualification, offered jointly with Lloyds Maritime
Academy and Middlesex University, provides essential
strategic and management skills on top of the technical
know-how gained through this Diploma as well your
own work experience.
The maritime world is truly international and in
order to give marine surveyors and seafarers every
opportunity to study, distance learning is the
chosen method of delivery. Eliminating geographical
boundaries and barriers, modules are delivered via
the dedicated course website. Students can access the
modules wherever they are in the world and have the
opportunity to network with other participants and the
tutors in a secure and dedicated environment.
We are confident that you will find this unique diploma
provides you with a level of knowledge and skill that
will benefit you and your employer in a very significant
way as it has our 3175 past and current students.
We look forward to receiving your application to enrol.
Captain Rodger MacDonald
Course Director
Dear Colleague,
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plus full details of how to access our secure online learning environment by
the start date of the course. Your online classroom will be accessible from
anywhere you have an internet connection. Modules can be downloaded
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Study: Plan your study time and location to suit your own preferred learning
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further reading when indicated.
Tutorials: When you have questions, answers, personal opinions or
experiences to add, have answers to directed learning activities or need
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to the course director and your fellow students. You can access the tutorial
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you take full advantage of the unique access you gain to our expert industry
course tutors.
Assessment: Assessments are a compulsory element of the course and
occur at regular intervals throughout.
Completion: Once all modules have been studied and all assessments have
been passed you will be issued a certificate referencing the qualification
gained with recognition from the awarding academic body.
For detailed information about how the course works please see About the
Course on page 6.
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DIPLOMA IN MARINE SURVEYING
COURSE PROGRAMME
The Maritime Industry and
Marine Survey Practice
Part I - The Marine Surveyors Customer Base
The structure of the maritime industry
The purpose of maritime transport
Strategy for maritime safety
Occupational health and safety
Quality and audits
ISM Code
Port State Control
Risk management and formal safety assessment
Part II - Marine Survey Practice
Marine surveyors, survey organisations
and how you define them
Knowing your customers
Types of surveys
When things go wrong
How to go about a survey
Setting up in business as a marine surveyor
Budgeting and
Accounting for Surveyors
Money in business - the business model
Business entities
Financing businesses and assets
Understanding accounts
- Profit and loss account
- Balance sheet
- Cash flow statement
Elements of costing
Budgeting, budgetary control and forecasting
Working capital control and management
Capital project appraisal
Key performance indicators
Interpretation of accounts
Effective Writing and
Reporting
Part I - Effective Writing and Reporting
Introduction
Preparation
Structure and style
Report writing
Professional presentations
Part II - Information Technology
in Marine Surveying
Overview of Information Technology
Selecting and choosing practical and cost-effective IT
equipment
Using IT to your advantage
Digital photography
The internet and the World Wide Web
Effective use of the email system
Naval Architecture for
Surveyors
Basic concepts
Flotation
Stability
Strength
Safety
Impact of the computer
Design considerations
Human factors
Marine Surveying Law
Part I - Professional Negligence
The Law of Contract
The Law of Tort (negligence)
Extent of liability
Responsibility for the acts of others
An outline of civil procedure
Part II - Maritime Law
Registration and conveyance of ships
Admiralty Court jurisdiction
Collisions and salvage
Towage and pilotage
Pollution
Introduction to shipping law
Carriage of goods by sea - the contract of carriage and
bailment
Global and package limitation: the international
conventions
Time charterparties
Voyage charterparties
Law of evidence for expert witnesses
Marine Surveying Insurance
Introduction
Marine insurance law
Interaction of marine policies
Cargo - carriage of goods by sea
Hull and machinery
Other policies
P&I
- Scope of cover
- The pay to be paid rule
- People claims (personal injury)
- Collisions and salvage
- Fixed and floating objects (FFO)
- Towage and pilotage
- General average
- Pollution
Limitation and forum shopping
Ship inspection regimes
ISM code/evidence
Dispute resolution
Summary and future developments
Marine Incident Investigation
Part I - Marine Incident Investigation
Legal aspects of marine incident
investigation
Systemic nature of incidents
The gathering of evidence
The analysis of evidence
Case studies
Part II - Witness Interviewing Techniques
The social skills of interviewing
Questions and question types
The cognitive interview
Dealing with special cases
Keeping within the law
Safety Surveys
Part I - Introduction to Safety Surveys
The role of the IMO
The role of governments
SOLAS and COLREGS
Surveys and certification
Classification societies and IACS
Harmonising surveys and certification
Documents of compliance
Reports and records
Sub-standard ships
Port State Control
Part II - Life-Saving Appliances
Introduction
Preparation for surveys
Personal life-saving appliances
Lifeboats and rescue boats
Life rafts
Launching and embarkation arrangements
Survival craft communications
Visual signals
Muster list, emergency instructions, manning of
survival craft and maintenance
Line-throwing appliances, emergency
lighting and general alarm systems
Testing and type approval of life-saving appliances
Survey training
Part III - Fire Protection, Detection and Extinction
Introduction
Preparation for surveys
Structural fire protection
Fire detecting equipment
Fixed fire-extinguishing equipment
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COMPANIES THAT HAVE ALREADY
BENEFITED FROM THE DIPLOMA
IN MARINE SURVEYING INCLUDE:
A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S ABS Europe Ltd AET Ship
Management PTE Ltd AIG South East Asia Ltd Anglo
Eastern Ship Management Atlantic Spars Australian
Maritime Authority BAE Systems Bartelds Naval
Management Bermuda Ports Bibby International
Services (IOM) Ltd Blue Ocean Yacht Management
Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM) BP Shipping Brittany
Ferries Caribbean Maritime Institute Carnival
Cruise Line Costamare Shipping Company Cruise
Charts Ltd Denholm Ship Management Ltd Det
Norske Veritas (DNV) Dimension Polyant Disney
Cruise Line DNV Petroleum Services Dobson
Fleet Management Dolphin Drilling Ltd Dominica
Maritime Administration Dubai Drydocks Emirates
Shipping Company Everards Exxonmobil
Fincantieri SpA FLOPEC Germanischer Lloyd
Gibraltar Strait Surveyors Grand Bahama Shipyard
Ltd Grenada Port Authority Halliburton (KBR) Halul
Offshore Services Company W.L.L Hellenic Register
of Shipping HM Customs and Excise Horizon
Cruises Ltd Hull Inspections & Research Services Ltd
Husky Energy IMS Ship Management Inspectorate
Testing Services Ltd Interglobal Shipping Ltd
INTERMAR Intermoor Marine Services International
Register of Shipping (INC) International Telecom
Group Irene Mare Irish Coast Guard Irish Ferries
Ltd Irish Naval Service Jadaf Dubai, Govt. of Dubai
(Dubai Ship Docking Yard) Kenya Ports Authority
KPMG Lekven Shipping Ltd Lloyds Register
Maersk Marine Services Malta Maritime Authority
Marine Logistics and Surveys Ltd Maritech
Management Pvt Ltd Maritime Administration of
Latvia Maritius Port Authority Meridian Shipping
Metropolitan Police Mideast Shipmanagement
Ministry of Defence (UK) Minton Treharne & Davis
Ltd Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (India) Put. Ltd Moss Marine
Construction Ltd National Maritime Safety Authority
National Ports Authority South Africa NATO
Undersea Research Centre Nigeria Associates Ltd/
Gte Noble Denton Consultants Ltd Nordic Tankers
A/S Norfolkline Shipping B.V. North of England
P&I Association Oceania Cruises Offshore Marine
Services Oldendorff Carriers P&O Ferries Panama
Canal Authority Pandi General Surveyors Petroships
Pte Ltd, Singapore Port Authority Jamaica Port of
London Authority RNLI Rolls-Royce Naval Marine
Royal Bahamas Defence Force Navy Royal Caribbean
Lines UK Ltd Royal Fleet Auxiliary Saudi Arabia
Coast Guard Seafarers International Research Centre
Selene Ltd Serco Shell Tankers Steamships Ltd
Stena Line UK Surface Tension Ltd T.S.Hammas
Nig.Ltd Tanzania Ports Authority Technip UK Ltd
TECTO Teekay Shipping Ltd The Shipowners
Protection Ltd Tidewater Marine International
Topaz Marine TORM Trident Offshore Ltd Tritec
Marine Consultants Ltd US Shipping Partners
V-Ships Ltd Vanuata Vertech Group PET Ltd
Maritime Authority Wallenius Marine Watson Farley
& Williams Wilhelmsen Ship Management (Norway)
AS Wilson Ship Management AS
RELATED DISTANCE
LEARNING COURSES
INCLUDE
Diploma in Marine Investigation
MSc in Marine Surveying (Top Up)
Certificate in Naval Architecture
MBA in Shipping & Logistics
Diploma in Ship Management
Diploma in Ship Superintendency
Diploma in Small Craft Surveying
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Miscellaneous fire-fighting equipment
Fire control plans
Part IV - Navigational Aids and Equipment
Introduction
Preparation for surveys
Navigational aids and equipment
Testing and type approval of navigational equipment
Hull and Structural Surveys
Introduction
Ship and large yacht structures
Primary hull-girder and local loads
Structural design criteria
Materials of construction
Deterioration of materials
Welding
Preparation for surveys
Failures of ships structure
Periodic surveys of ships hulls
Inspections of the ships structure
Using ultrasonic measuring equipment
Putting theory to practice
Fundamentals of Marine
Engineering
Introduction to marine engineering
Ship design and engine room layouts
Diesel engine working principles
Slow, medium and high speed engines
Diesel engine parts
Other main means of propulsion
Power transmission
Boilers
Feed systems
Piping systems and pumps
Gas exchange systems
Fuels and fuel systems
Lubricants and lubricating systems
Cooling systems
Starting air systems
Shafting and propellers
Refrigeration, air-conditioning and
ventilation
Deck machinery and equipment
Steering gear
Electricity and electrical equipment
Bridge control and emergency systems
Safety and operation of diesel engines
Maintenance of ships machinery
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Non-Liquid Cargo
Surveys
Part I
General principles
Origins of damage
Storages
Lashing/securing
General cargo
Heavy lifts
Unitised cargoes
Bulk cargoes
Hazardous cargoes
Deep tank cargoes
Specific surveys
Bills of lading
Part II
Damage and loss surveys
Marine insurance
General average
Adjusting marine insurance claims
Recoveries
Liquid Cargo Surveys
An introduction to liquid cargo surveys
Origins of damage
The stowage of liquid cargoes
Liquid volume measurements and on-board
cargo care
Crude mineral oil
Petroleum products
Bulk chemical cargoes
Liquefied gas cargoes
Animal/vegetable oils and fats
Superyacht Surveys
Overview of the reasons for and the types of
survey required by Superyachts
- Class surveys
- Safety surveys
- Pre-delivery surveys
- Breakdown surveys
- Damage surveys
The survey of yacht machinery and equipment
- Primary power plant surveys
- Auxiliary machinery
- Electrical equipment
- Navigation and communication equipment
- Safety and fire fighting equipment
Breakdown surveys and fault finding
- Main power plant faults
- Pumping systems
Faults and defects - hull and deck
- Surveying hull structures
- Defects in coatings
Marine Environmental
Surveys
Part I - Marine Environmental Surveying
The need for marine environmental surveying
The main categories of marine
environmental surveying
Surveys, surveillance and monitoring techniques
of marine habitats and communities
Assessing the environmental impact of oil
pollution incidents in the marine environment
Assessing the impact of the ports and shipping
industry on the marine environment
Assessing the environmental impact of the
introduction of non-native marine species
Case studies
Part II - Potential Risks and Impacts
of Shipping on the Marine Environment
Oil spills
Operational pollution
Invasive species in ballast water
Anti-fouling paints
Ship-breaking/recycling
Air pollution
Marine Engineering
Surveys
Introduction
- Scope of marine engineering surveys
- Preparation for survey
- Techniques
The role of classification societies
- Ensuring that the ship and machinery are of the
correct quality
- Surveying powers of the Chief Engineer
- Prevention of detention by Port State Control
- Type approval of equipment
The work of the independent marine
engineering surveyor
- Discussions with engine room staff
- Handling of equipment
- Prime movers and power transmission
- Auxiliary machinery (inc HVAC systems)
- Pumps and pumping systems
- Electrical equipment
- Deck machinery
International Safety
Management (ISM) Code
Surveys
Study, interpretation and enforcement
- Thirteen lessons with examples
Techniques for implementation of a Safety
Management System (SMS) in a shipping
company
Initial assessment, action plans for creating and
implementing a SMS
Operation of the system ashore and on-board
and training of the entire personnel (training
seminars and manuals)
Assessment and presentation for certification
ISM Audit
Special ISM audit techniques
Continuous compliance assessment
Miscellaneous
How to present your system to the possible
customer
How to restart a dormant existing system
Theoretical efficiency of the ISM Code
Necessary and probable improvement
of management of safety
Warranty Surveys
Including Mobile
Offshore Unit Surveys
General introduction to warranty surveys and
the background to marine insurance
Selection and appointment of the warranty
surveyor
Commercial and professional relationships
between the warranty surveyor, the client, the
underwriting market and the
classification societies
Details of surveying mobile offshore units
Deadweight surveys and the inclining
experiment
Floating stability of the self-elevating platform
and the semi-submersible platform
Overview of the typical work of the warranty
surveyor and issuing the certificate of approval
SPECIALIST MODULES
COURSE FACULTY
Captain Moin Ahmed, Maritime Safety and Environmental
Specialist, UK
Anthony Beck, Barrister, UK
Eur Ing Alec D Coutroubis, Principal Lecturer, Teaching
Fellow, University of Greenwich, UK
Ed. Damian Crowley, Director of MARITAS Ltd and DeeSea
Ltd, UK
Malcolm Champion, Marine Surveyor, Minton, Treharne &
Davies Ltd
Robert Curry C.Eng FRINA, Senior Staff Consultant, Hull
Structures, ABS Europe Ltd, UK
Alistair Davison, Development Director, Royal Haskoning, UK
Dee Davison, Consultant, Dee Davison Associates, UK
Captain John Dickie, Managing Director, Joint Development
Associates Ltd (JDass Ltd), UK
Paula Giliker, Professor of Law, University of Bristol, UK
Captain Matthew Greenen (Hon) MIIMS, Senior Lecturer,
Nautical Science and Industrial Health & Safety, UK
Captain Rodger MacDonald MSc. , Chief Executive, Azimuth
Marine Ltd, UK
Captain John D Owen, Senior Claims Manager, The Swedish
Club, P&I Club & Hull Insurance, Greece
Paul Russell MSc. BA (Hons), MIMarEST, Marine Engineer
and Education Specialist, UK
Nigel Smith FCA FCCA, Partner, The Financial & Management
Training Consultancy, UK
Eric Tupper, An Honorary Vice-President and Fellow of the
Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA), Member of Royal
Corps of Naval Constructors (RCNC), UK
ACCREDITING AND SUPPORTING BODIES
DELIVERED BY
Lloyds Maritime Academy has for over 35
years provided training programmes for the
maritime and transport industry. Through
distance learning, face-to-face seminars and
bespoke training, Lloyds Maritime Academy
enables career enhancement and
progression regardless of work commitments
or location. Working with leading academics and industry bodies,
Lloyds Maritime Academy aims to be the trusted brand for professional
development within the shipping, ports, transport and logistics industry.
www.lloydsmaritimeacademy.com
The National Maritime Training Centre is
based on the River Thames at Gravesend and
is part of North West Kent College. Formerly
the Gravesend National Sea Training College,
the Centre has a long heritage in the training
of seafarers and shore-side personnel and remains a major provider of
education and training services to the maritime industry. The Centre is
approved by the UK Maritime & Coastguard Agency to issue STCW
certificates of competency.
The College is at the forefront of the provision of further and higher
education in the south east of England. It caters for more than 4,500
full-time students across two main campuses, with a wide variety of
academic and vocational courses, as well as professional education and
training via short courses, part-time study or distance learning. Full-time
and part-time higher education programmes and foundation degrees
are delivered via a partnership with the University of Greenwich.
The College is committed to helping students to achieve their
ambition whether they wish to gain their first job, achieve high-level
professional qualifications, change career or prepare for their next
promotion. The College takes pride in working in partnership with
industry to provide the correct mix of knowledge and practical skills that
are required to sustain the workforce.
The North West Kent College is a partner of Lloyds Maritime Academy
in delivering this course and manages assessment, quality assurance
and the award of the professional development Diploma.
www.nwkcollege.ac.uk/nmtc
The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers
The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS) is the
professional body that represents shipbrokers, managers
and agents worldwide. With 23 branches in key shipping
areas, 3,500 individuals and 120 companies, membership
of ICS shows a commitment to maintaining the highest professional
standards across the shipping industry. Successful completion of the
Lloyds Maritime Academy Diploma in Marine Surveying provides
exemptions to the Introduction to Shipping and Ship Operations and
Management course examinations. www.ics.org.uk
The Marine Society
The Marine Society recognises the particular
value of Lloyds Maritime Academys programmes for seafarers and is
committed to enhancing the well-being of professional seafarers from
all the sea services whether they be serving, former or prospective
seafarers. Amongst the London based organisations operations are
the promotion and facilitation of seafarers education; the provision of
an exchange onboard book/media service to ships throughout the
world; expert, impartial and confidential advice on any matter of
concern to seafarers; and assuming a leading role in promoting the
sea as a career. www.marine-society.org
Captain Rodger MacDonald
Rodger served initially with British India up to acting
Chief Officer. After a year as Flight Planner, he left
to return to maritime industry and from 1967 to
1970 was appointed Surveyor of Ships for the New
Zealand Government at the Port of Lyttleton. Initially
to gain command experience, he took a leave of absence from the
New Zealand Government to join Straits Steamship Ltd as Master. He
was asked to set-up a new Offshore Supply Vessel in Borneo, which
was the forerunner of Ocean Inchcape Ltd. After 25 years of senior
management positions within Ocean Inchcape Ltd Captain MacDonald
was appointed Director of Faculty at the National Sea Training Centre,
part of North West Kent College, an Associate College of the University
of Greenwich. From 2001 until his retirement 2006 he was Director of
Maritime Studies at North West Kent College. Captain MacDonald also
represents the interests of Ship Masters as Secretary General of IFSMA
a non-governmental organisation at IMO. In 2005, Captain MacDonald
was awarded the LSM Lifetime Achievement Award at the Asia Pacific
Manning and Training Conference in recognition of his contribution in
the sphere of education and training.
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whilst reflecting on your current practice
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career prospects
n Develop your management and leadership skills
and knowledge
The advanced international qualification for
the marine surveying professional, delivered
solely by distance learning
Apply by 7th February 2014 to SAVE 200
The unique opportunity
to build on your surveying qualification
Gaining an MSc will give me better
credentials to move into the marine
surveying field. Having gained a diploma
in marine surveying it will also give me
personal satisfaction in qualifying to degree level (Student 2013)
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 31st MARCH 2014 COMMENCES: 28th APRIL 2014
SAVE up to 40% and improve performance
with cost-effective in-company courses
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Paul Russell MSc, BA(Hons), MIMarEST
Marine Engineer and Education Specialist
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Exclusively for graduates of the Lloyds Maritime Academy
Diploma in Marine Surveying / Small Craft Surveying
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ONLINE
www.lloydsmaritimeacademy.com/msc
Tel: +44 (0)20 7017 4940 / +1 (646) 957 8929 Email: LMA@informa.com
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Diploma in Marine Surveying
2014 - 2015
Starts 27
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November 2014
DELIVERED BY DISTANCE LEARNING OVER 12 MONTHS
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to ensure acceptance by start date
HOW TO APPLY
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Enrolment to this Course is subject to the
Lloyds Maritime Academy
Distance Learning Terms and Conditions at
www.lloydsmaritimeacademy.com/LMADLTC. Your
attention is drawn in particular to clauses 3, 4 and 13 of the
Terms and Conditions which have been set out below:
3. TAXES The fees stated are exclusive of any applicable VAT, sales,
service or similar taxes (which will be charged, where applicable, at the
appropriate rate as at the date of invoice). Where payment is subject
to a withholding tax the student will apply the reduced rate under the
appropriate double tax treaty, if applicable, and agree to provide LMA
with a certificate of tax deduction within three months of payment. If a
certificate of tax deduction is not provided within three months, you will
become immediately liable to pay the outstanding amount.
4. PARTICIPANT CANCELLATION POLICY You may cancel your place
on the Course by giving notice in writing to the Course Administrator up
to (and including) 7 days from the date LMA confirms your acceptance
to the Course in accordance with Condition 1 and you will not be liable
for the payment of any fees and any fees already paid to LMA for the
Course will be refunded. If LMA receives your notice of cancellation 8
days or more from the date LMA has confirmed your acceptance to the
Course you will still receive a refund of your fees already paid to LMA,
subject to payment by you to LMA of a 200 cancellation fee to cover
administrative costs (which shall be payable immediately upon your
cancellation), provided such notice of cancellation is received by LMA
before the first day of the Course. LMA regrets that no refunds can be
given for any cancellation notice it receives on or after the first day of
the Course and, in such circumstances, the full fees remain payable by
you to LMA.
13. DATA PROTECTION AND CALL MONITORING Personal data
supplied is subject to the Data Protection Act 1998. The personal
information shown on the application form, and/or provided by you, will
be held on a database and may be shared with companies in the Informa
Group in the UK and internationally. This information may be used for
direct marketing purposes. If you do not wish your details to be available
to companies in the Informa Group, please contact the Database
Manager, Informa UK Ltd, Maple House, 149 Tottenham Court Road,
London, W1T 7AD, tel: +44 (0)20 7017 7077, fax: +44 (0)20 7017 7828,
email: integrity@iirltd.co.uk. Occasionally your details may be obtained
from, or made available to, carefully selected external companies for
marketing purposes. If you do not wish to receive details about their
products and services, please contact the Database Manager. Registered
in England No.1835199. VAT registration number GB 365 4626 36. IIR
Ltd. Registered office: Mortimer House, 37-41 Mortimer Street, London
W1T 3JH, UK. Telephone calls to IIR Ltd may be recorded or monitored to
check the quality of the service provided.
DIPLOMA COURSE FEE
FOR FLP2352 MAY 2014 START DATE FOR FLP2378 NOVEMBER 2014 START DATE
Diploma in Marine Surveying
Apply on or before
14
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March 2014
Apply between
15
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March 2014 and
25
th
April 2014
Apply after
25
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April 2014
Apply on or before
12
th
September 2014
Apply between
13
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September 2014 &
24
th
October 2014
Apply after
24
th
October 2014
UK Individual or UK Company or EU Individual
or EU non-VAT Registered Company
3099 + VAT @ 20%
(619.80) = 3718.80
3245 + VAT @ 20%
(649) = 3894
3399+ VAT @ 20%
(679.80) = 4078.80
3099+ VAT @ 20%
(619.80) = 3718.80
3245 + VAT @ 20%
(649) = 3894
3399+ VAT @ 20%
(679.80) = 4078.80
EU VAT Registered Company or Individual or
Company outisde the EU
3099
(No VAT to pay)
3245
(No VAT to pay)
3399
(No VAT to pay)
3099
(No VAT to pay)
3245
(No VAT to pay)
3399
(No VAT to pay)
OPTIONAL EXTRAS
Printed Modules Air Courier Delivery of Modules Fee for Each Extra Specialist Module
UK Individual or UK Company or EU Individual
or EU non-VAT Registered Company
400 (No VAT to pay)
350 + VAT @ 20% (70)= 420
(Not Applicable for UK delivery)
375 + VAT @ 20% (75) = 450
EU VAT Registered Company or Individual or
Company outisde the EU
400 (No VAT to pay) 350 (No VAT to pay) 375 (No VAT to pay)
ABOUT THE COURSE
APPLICATION PROCESS:
Apply online at www.lloydsmaritimeacademy.com/ms
Your application will be reviewed by the course team before
being forwarded to the Course Director / academic partner for
approval. Participants will be notified by email if they have been successful or
not in their enrolment. This process can take two to four weeks to complete.
An invoice will also be sent if you are accepted onto the course. Please
ensure that you enrol in sufficient time for your application to be processed
and approved as well as your invoice paid prior to the start date. Enrolments
after the application deadline will be accepted but payment is due with your
application and will be refunded if your enrolment is declined.
COURSE FEES:
ONLINE DIPLOMA FEE: The fee covers access to the modules;
assessment marking; forum access; tutor support and the issuing of
the Diploma/Certificate.
PRINTED MATERIAL FEE: This is an additional optional fee for participants
who wish to receive printed and bound modules by mail in the UK and
airmail overseas.
AIR COURIER FEE: This is an additional optional fee for participants who
have requested printed modules and would like them sent by courier. This is
recommended for participants who experience delays in receiving their post
due to poor postal service in their location.
SPECIALIST MODULE FEES: One choice of specialist module is included in
the fees however you can pay an additional fee for each additional module
studied. Please see above or the website for details of the fees. The Specialist
Modules are assessed through a written case study of approximately 3000
words. If you wish to take more than one specialist module you will need to
write and submit a case study for each specialist module studied.
EARLY BOOKING DISCOUNT: Participants applying early in the enrolment
process may be entitled to an early booking discount. Please see above or
check the enrolment form for details and deadlines.
INSTALMENTS: The course fee can be paid in three equal instalments
over the first six months of the course. If required, please indicate your
requirement for this on your enrolment form.
PAYMENT: If you have not received an invoice within one month of
applying for the course, please call us on +44 (0)20 7017 5510.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
Participants should be able to prove the following minimum levels
of prior educational attainment:
A-Level standard or equivalent (High School)
or
NVQ Level 3 or equivalent
or
No formal qualifications but participants who can demonstrate a number
of years of relevant industry experience are welcome to apply.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ABILITY:
The course is conducted entirely in English. Applicants must have an
adequate command of English in order to meet the demands of the course.
COURSE DURATION:
STARTS: 27
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May 2014 and 25
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November 2014 with the release
of the first module. Modules are released onto the website once
every four weeks.
ENDS: 12
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May 2015 and 13
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November 2015 as the final date for access
to the materials, submission of your assessments and specialist module
case study.
TEACHING METHOD:
The course is delivered by distance learning, with access to online
forums. Electronic versions of the materials in PDF format are
available to download, save to your computer, and print from the
course website.
PLEASE NOTE: Every effort will be made by the organisers to distribute the
materials at the rate specified. However, occasionally, certain unforeseen
circumstances may delay the delivery of a module.

EXTRA MATERIALS REQUIRED:
The modules are designed to be self-contained; however,
a supplementary reading list will be included in the course
handbook.
COURSE WEBSITE:
The course website has been developed in order to offer
participants convenient and flexible access to course modules and
support materials. The website also provides access to a course discussion
forum allowing you to enhance your learning experience through
interaction with your fellow participants.
WEBSITE ACCESS:
Your username and password will be supplied by the course
start date. It is essential that you provide a current personal email
address on your application form to enable us to send you access
details without delay.
ASSESSMENT STRUCTURE:
Assessments are a compulsory element of the course and occur
at regular intervals throughout. They include a variety of formats
designed to test understanding of all the modules. All assessments
must be passed in order to gain the Diploma.
STUDY TIME:
As a rough guide, you may spend between 10 and 30 hours
studying each module in a month with additional time needed
to complete the assessments. Studying time is conditional upon the
participants preferred study style, existing knowledge, experience and
whether English is their mother tongue. The nature of a distance learning
programme requires students to adopt a disciplined and independent
approach to their studies. In order to study independently, you will require
good time management skills and self motivation.
TUTOR SUPPORT:
COURSE DIRECTOR: To support you during your studies the course
director is available to help with any subject and assessment issues
via the online forum or by email.
ADMINISTRATION:
For matters relating to enrolment, module delivery, and technical queries,
contact Jasdeep Dhanda, Course Co-ordinator at Lloyds Maritime
Academy on tel: +44 (0)20 7017 7883 or email: LMAadmin@informa.com
COURSE AWARDS:
The following awards are presented by the North West Kent College
on completion of the course.
DIPLOMA: Satisfactorily passing all of the assessments will result in the
award of a Diploma. Participants are either awarded a pass, merit or
distinction depending on the level of their achievement.
CERTIFICATE: If you are unable to complete the course, you may be able
to gain a certificate acknowledging the assessments you have passed.
Note: This information provided is a broad outline of what students can
expect from the course. Accepted applicants should refer to their course
handbook for a more comprehensive overview of the course.
This is Lloyds Maritime Academy programme, jointly developed by North
West Kent College and Lloyds Maritime Academy, with enrolment and
delivery managed by Lloyds Maritime Academy, and assessment, quality
assurance and award by North West Kent College.
All information is correct at the time of going to print and due to any
unforeseen circumstances may be subject to change without prior notice.
Lloyds and the Lloyds Crest are the registered trademarks of the Society incorporated
by the Lloyds Act 1871 by the name of Lloyds
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