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Your essential catalogue of maritime training
courses delivered by distance education

Short introductory courses through to masters qualifications in topics including:

Maritime Law & Insurance

Ship Finance & Economics
Shipping & Logistics
Surveying & Superintendency
Management & Purchasing
Environment & Security

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Im delighted to present Lloyds Maritime Academys latest directory of distance learning courses,
packed full of information about our cutting-edge maritime training programmes.


Its fair to say that our industry continues to face a wide variety of operating challenges, but as the
global economies continue to recover these challenges will quickly turn into opportunity for those with
the knowledge and awareness to take swift action!

To succeed in the new economic world you will need to ensure your knowledge, skills and
understanding within your chosen field are of the highest order. Competition will be fierce and practical
knowledge will continue to be an extremely valuable commodity. To aid you in your journey you need
look no further than the cutting edge courses offered by Lloyds Maritime Academy.


Clients searching for value will work with partners who they trust and who are credible. Training with
Lloyds Maritime Academy will help you in all these areas. For over 35 years, we have been providing
our clients with the training solutions they need to bring their personal and business goals to fruition.

Our reputation for quality is unsurpassed in the industry and the worlds leading institutions in the
maritime sector rely on Lloyds Maritime Academy to educate their staff to the highest of standards.
Successfully graduating from an LMA programme sends a strong signal about you to the sector. It is a
badge of accomplishment and success that is internationally respected and proves that you are part of
elite group within the field.

Now is the time that organisations should be investing heavily in the skills and knowledge of its best
group of assets its people. Budgets might be tighter so you need to invest wisely you need a
training partner that represents a risk-free option, who provide training that will have a direct impact
on the success of the business.

Lloyds Maritime Academy is that risk free option. We never just meet our clients expectations; we
always aim to exceed them. Something weve been doing for the best in the business over the last
three decades.


The continued demand for high quality distance learning will see thousands of international students
enrolling on our suite of courses this year. With programmes ranging from online based certificate
and fundamentals courses looking at topics such as chartering, naval architecture, marine claims
and container shipping through to diploma level courses in subjects such as marine surveying, ship
management, ship finance, maritime law and maritime business management. Our flagship MBA in
Shipping & Logistics continues to be one of our most sought after programmes.

As always, we remain on hand to help you make the training choices that will improve your career, so
if you have any questions regarding any of the programmes contained in this directory or if you would
like to discuss your specific needs in more detail, please call us on (0)20 7017 5510 / +1 (646) 957
8929 or email us at lma@informa.com and we will be delighted to assist you in any way we can.

Yours faithfully


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In-Company Corporate Training Programmes

Courses for company groups tailored to the specific needs and objectives of your organisation, delivered by
distance learning or instructor led training at your location, anywhere around the globe, to your timescale

Have you seen a distance learning course, seminar or conference session that youd like to have specially
delivered for your company? Do you have a training need we dont already cover? Do you want to run a
DP World worked with local, regional or global in-company training programme but need a proven team to deliver it?
Lloyds Maritime Academy Lloyds Maritime Academy in-company training specialises in the development and delivery of distance
& IBC Academy [our learning engagements and customised face-to-face courses that run at our clients sites all over the globe.
We work to fully understand your requirements and carefully align courses to focus on your unique needs
sister training company] and challenges. Through robust research processes and high level design capabilities, we are able to take
Corporate Training ... to our clients knowledge and skills from where they are today to where they ultimately want to be, thus giving
them a critical edge in a challenging business market.
negotiate and supervise
the accreditation of a We understand the maritime business. For over 35 years Lloyds Maritime Academy has been at the
forefront of innovation when it comes to educating maritime sector professionals. We know what it takes to
range of existing internal help you thrive in the good times and navigate through the challenging ones.
plus new external
Our training solutions are aligned to your business. We dont force you to accept an off-the-shelf
programs for a specific course. Lloyds Maritime Academy ensures that every programme we deliver for our clients is customised and
accelerated leadership aligned to focus on your critical business issues and desired outcomes. Our approach has been utilised and
tested rigorously by the best in the industry. We have been researching, designing and delivering cutting
development project, the edge solutions for three decades. Weve also trained your peers, colleagues and competitors across the
globe so why not try us yourselves
Global Organisational
Leadership Development An industry faculty without equal. The Lloyds Maritime Academy faculty is comprised of some of
the sectors most knowledgeable lecturers, trainers and thought leaders, who have been there and done
(GOLD)Program it. Theory is fine, but in todays market you need practical real-world skills. Thats exactly what our faculty
across the DP World delivers every time.

organisation... We can be wherever you need us, whenever you need us. Lloyds Maritime Academy in-
company training delivers programmes in every corner of the globe and as part of Informa Plc, a worldwide
organisation with offices in 60 different countries and over 200 operating units, you can trust us to have
Staff were always the scale, backing and resources to meet your international needs.
professional, cooperative, Big or small well deliver every time. Whether you are training a small team or are looking for a larger
helpful and focused on corporate initiative across multiple countries, we have the skills, experience and capacity to deliver results
for you on every level.
helping DP World to
achieve the end it sought. We save you money. In-company programmes impact your bottom line in two ways. The courses are
practically focused so they have an almost immediate impact on the skills of those being trained. By training
Chris Tankey, Former Director of Management in-company you save on the costs compared to conventional approaches. No travel costs for your trainees,
Development, DP World
reduced time away from the business, confidential learning environment you can quickly see why so many
organisations realise the value of in-company programmes.

If it doesnt exist well create it for you. Whether you requirement is based on an existing course
and a new requirement, Lloyds Maritime Academy in-company training excels in designing highly unique
courses from scratch. Whatever your business challenges may be, talk to us and together well develop a
bespoke solution that will deliver the results you need.

To discuss your requirements, telephone

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Distance Learning

Lloyds Maritime Academy distance learning courses have been developed in conjunction with leading
academic and professional bodies to provide students with an opportunity to gain a professional or
All aspects of the course academic qualification.
are beneficial and can be Beginning in 1998 with a single course and approximately 80 students, Lloyds Maritime Academy has
applied to my daily role. successfully developed a significant range of maritime distance learning programmes and enrolled over
10,000 participants.
It is an intense course but
is delivered in a way that These courses offer education through a variety of delivery methods to facilitate study including online
access, hardcopy and a blend of both. Courses themselves are taught via a mix of core modules providing
allows you to fit it around solid grounding in specific topic areas and specialist modules to develop students knowledge of particular
your work schedule. area(s) of interest.

(Louise Carey, Bibby Ship Management Ltd

- Diploma in Marine Purchasing & Supply AWARDING ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS
London Metropolitan University

London Metropolitan University, Faculty of Business and Law combines
professionally recognised qualifications with innovative and socially orientated
courses. They have developed strong links with the professions, central and local
The course was very government, pressure groups and media organisations.
enjoyable and useful.
It is a very good way of
studying for a full time
Middlesex University Business School
worker and also gives a Middlesex University Business School is a major international business school based
lot of new information in London with overseas campuses in Dubai, India and Mauritius and a global portfolio
of partnerships delivering high quality accredited programmes in business and
which is necessary for management.
good crew manager. www.mdx.ac.uk
(Kinga Stojowska, Clyde Marine Recruitment -
Diploma in Crew Management)

North West Kent College

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 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.

World Maritime University

The World Maritime University (WMU) operates under the auspices of the
International Maritime Organization (IMO), a specialised agency of the United
Nations. WMU thus enjoys the status, privileges and immunities of a UN institution,
in Sweden. WMU is truly an organisation by and for the international maritime
community. Its basic aim is to further enhance the objectives and goals of IMO and
IMO member states around the world. It operates on the basis of a Charter adopted
by the IMO Assembly, and is accountable to the IMO Secretary-General, Council and
INFORMATION Assembly, and to an international Board of Governors composed of representatives
of some 50 different governmental, industry, labour and educational bodies.
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Client List
A small selection of companies who have undertaken distance learning
courses with Lloyds Maritime Academy

A.P Moller-Maersk Group Maritime and Coastguard Agency

ABN AMRO Bank NV Mediterranean Shipping Company
See back page for a Air France Merrill Lynch (Singapore) Pte
complete list of courses American Bureau of Shipping Metropolitan Police
and start dates. Anglo Eastern Ship Management Ltd Mideast Ship Management Ltd
APM Terminals Ministry of Agriculture (UK)
Associated British Ports Ministry of Defence (UK)
BAE Systems National Inland Waterways Authority (UK)
Bibby Line Ltd National Maritime Safety Authority PNG
BIMCO Noble Denton Consultants Ltd
This course offers the BP Shipping Norton Rose
opportunity to gather a Bureau Veritas Varna Ltd Novoship (UK) Ltd
very diverse and extended Cargill International SA NYK Shipmanagement Pte Ltd
knowledge on Maritime Law Carnival Cruise Line Oil Spill Response
topics Chevron Texaco Shipping Co LLC OSG Ship Management

(Aurlien Grosso, CMA CGM, France - China Shipping (Group) Co P&O Ferries Ltd
Postgraduate Diploma in Maritime Law) Clarksons Petrobas Transporte S.A - Transpetro
CMA-CGM Qatar Shipping Company
CSL International RasGas Company Ltd
The course provides current Det Norske Veritas Reederei Nord GmbH
information, gives an excellent Deutsche Bank AG Rolls-Royce Naval Marine
opportunity to learn new Disney Cruise Line Royal & Sun Alliance
skills and improve on existing Dive-Marine Services Pte Ltd Royal Bank of Scotland Plc
knowledge. DnB NOR Bank ASA Royal Fleet Auxiliary
Dhle (IOM) Ltd Royal National Lifeboat Institution
(S M Dillon, Noble Denton Consultants Ltd -
Diploma in Marine Surveying) Dolphin Drilling Personnel Pte Ltd Royal Navy
Dorchester Maritime Ltd Santander
Dublin Port Company Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Ltd (Shell)
Well thought out course with Dynacom Tankers Management Ltd Scottishpower
modules that can be easily Emirates Shipping Company Shell

followed, covering the basic Euronav Ship Management SAS Stena Line UK Ltd
Exxonmobil Stolt-Nielson Transportation Group B.V.
needs of someone entering
Fred Olsen Marine Services AS Svitzer Marine
the field of small vessel
GAC Marine Shipping Teekay Shipping Ltd
Gard Services AS Texaco Ltd
(M Smith, HM Coastguard - Diploma in Small Craft Gardline Geosurvey Ltd Thenamaris Ships Management Inc
Germanischer Lloyd AG Thomas Miller
Gulf Agency Company Ltd Tidewater Marine International
Hapag-Lloyd Trinity House
Hellenic Register of Shipping Unicom Management Services Ltd
Hill Taylor Dickinson Universal Oil
HM Customs and Excise V. Ships Ship Management
HM Forces Wallem Ship Management Ltd
Holman Fenwick Willan Wallenius Wilhelmsen Lines
HSBC Walship
Ince & Co Walvis Bay Stevedoring Co. (Pty) Ltd
Inchcape Shipping Services Wartsila
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Is distance learning right for me?

Distance learning can be highly beneficial to a large variety of people.

With courses being delivered at different levels, distance learning can meet the needs of a diverse student
body. High competition for jobs means having additional training and education can be a real advantage,
whether someone is in the market for a new career or simply wants to progress in their existing position.

Like any kind of educational programme, distance learning comes with advantages and disadvantages, and
it is always important that a student carefully considers these in order to be sure they will be getting the
education that meets personal needs, strengths, career goals and maybe corporate objectives.

BENEFITS OF DISTANCE LEARNING INCLUDE: Learning Style people learn in different ways.
Distance learning has many benefits for students
Flexibility - Students can undertake their course
as you take control of your preferred means of
from just about anywhere, providing they have
studying our material, and our course directors
the right communications means, which is mostly
will help ensure you stay motivated and well help
just a computer and internet connection and
you plan your study schedule.
in some cases we can provide printed materials
to even reduce this need. This allows students
Social interaction Some distance learning
to work when and where it is most convenient
providers can leave you feeling isolated during
without having to squeeze scheduled classes in
your study, but with Lloyds Maritime Academy
to an already busy life.
you always have your course director, course
manager and fellow students available via
The hours when study can be undertaken are
interactive course forums, email and phone so
flexible, and students can work at their own pace
that support is available and you can benefit
and on their own time, completing work during
from all important social learning.
times when they are free, rather than scheduling
their lives around a set classroom time. DOES DISTANCE LEARNING WORK?
Choice - If you live in a location with few or no After over 16 years of experience of Lloyds
colleges, or your subject area is specialised and Maritime Academy delivering distance learning, the
not delivered by many people, distance learning answer is most definitely yes!
allows you to choose from a wide variety of
training providers to complete your education, Our past students are evidence of this, with many
greatly expanding your choice. approaching Lloyds Maritime Academy to request
more courses and higher level qualifications as
Level and progression - Distance learning can they have reaped the benefits of undertaking a
help you obtain everything from introductory programme and want to progress even further.
certifications to a full MBA.
Lowered costs - Prices for online courses For many, distance education is the learning style
are generally cheaper than their equivalent of choice as it offers a lower cost, longer term learn-
classroom tutor-led counterparts and avoid ing engagement. Study can fit around available
the usual substantial additional costs, such as time without interfering with work or family ar-
commuting, accommodation, meals etc. that are rangements; the training is non-geographic specific
incurred when learning away from home. and does not require travel, and is free of any other
considerations that may preclude individuals from
Tutor support - Tutors can teach students from attending traditional classroom courses.
all around the world using technology which
allows them to facilitate collaborative tutorials,
project work, focused content and educational
enrichment via modern delivery methods.
Distance learning brings you tutors who would
not normally be available locally.
Learn while working - As distance learning
can usually be completed on your own schedule,
you can keep working full-time whilst studying.
Keeping your job gives you more income,
experience and stability while completing your
course; giving you less to worry about and more
INFORMATION time to focus on your studies.

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How to Apply

See back page for a There are four ways to enrol on to the programme of your choice:
complete list of courses
Online: Each course has its own website, as per catalogue entry.
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Management DISCOUNTS
For most courses there are discounts for early applications. Early enrolment discount dates are
Finance listed on the corresponding course brochure and websites.


All accredited courses have specific entry requirements. Further details are available on the
relevant course brochures.

Environment Please note that the certificate and fundamentals courses do not have entry requirements.

Course fees vary between programmes depending on level and topics. VAT may need to be

Logistics charged additionally to some students depending on your location. Please see the calendar on
the back page for current price structure and the relevant course brochure or website for more

Purchasing FUNDING
Many companies fully or partly sponsor their employees for our courses and actively encourage
personal development in line with company priorities. You should start by discussing your training
Insurance request with your line manager, training manager or human resources manager to enquire about
support available. Make sure you have thought through your reasons for wanting to do the course

Charterparties and how it will benefit yourself, your job role and your company. Employers can be very positive if
you have thought through your reasons for undertaking the course and demonstrate the self-
discipline and commitment required to gain maximum benefit from a training programme. We are
always happy to directly talk to you and your manager to answer any questions about the course.
Were here to help you so please contact us without delay.

The Marine Society is the leading and most experienced not for profit organisation supporting
the wellbeing, personal and professional development of seafarers and shore-based maritime
professionals. Scholarships as well as interest-free loans may be offered to UK seafarers (officers
and ratings domiciled in the UK) to undertake this course. Contact The Marine Society for more
information: http://www.marine-society.org

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How the courses work

Certificate and Fundamentals
Focusing on specific roles or sectors within the maritime industry these courses
This course gives a very provide introductory information or refresh existing knowledge thereby allowing
good insight into the role you to enhance your career regardless of your current level.
of a Naval Architect and
a basic understanding of They provide quick accessible learning covering the most up to date information
the principles behind the and legislation.
profession. I am able to
Teaching Method
apply a lot of what I am
Courses are delivered by distance learning, with access to associated online course discussion
learning to my job as a forums.
Project Engineer in the
Module Delivery
marine industry.
Modules are released online, can be downloaded as PDF files and you can save them to your
computer as well as print them out to study whilst you are on the move.
The course materials are
informative and easy to
Certificates and Fundamentals are delivered over 12-18 weeks.
follow and makes me
more interested in further Assessment
Naval Architecture study. There is an online test to check your understanding at the end of each module. All tests must be
completed by the end of the course. Those who successfully complete all tests will be awarded a
(Student, Certificate in Naval Architecture) certificate of completion from Lloyds Maritime Academy which may be used for CPD purposes.

Tutor Support
Tutor support is provided via the online discussion board where students can also network with
their peers.

The information provided above is a broad outline of what students can expect. Individual course
brochures and websites will provide a more comprehensive overview of each courses content and

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Essential knowledge and skills needed to prevent and assess the damage of goods
transported by sea


- Cargo handling equipment
This certificate will benefit General Principles of Cargo Surveying
- Stowage
any professional involved in Principles of cargo surveys - Containers
- Purpose of cargo surveys - Stuffing and destuffing
the carriage of goods by sea
- The role of the cargo surveyor - Lashing methods
because it not only defines - Tools and equipment Hazardous cargoes
and explains the role of the - Health and safety - International Maritime Solid Bulk Cargoes
cargo surveyor, but it provides - Professional negligence (IMSBC) Code
the essential knowledge of Origins of damage - International Maritime Dangerous Goods
- Sweat (IMDG) Code
cargo characteristics, stowage - Infestation Bulk cargoes
and securing techniques and - Contamination - Draught surveys
marine insurance which are so - Movement at sea Deep-tank cargoes
central to shipping. - Damage prior to loading - Tank cleaning and preparation
- Damage during loading and discharge - Loading and discharging liquids
- Damage due to loss of hull integrity
- Natural losses MODULE FIVE
I enjoyed all six modules Characteristics and Particular Issues of Liquid
and found it complete Cargoes
Conducting Cargo Surveys
and very useful for Appointment of the surveyor
Oil Tankers
Oil cargoes
Cargo Surveyors. There The role of the surveyor - Loading and discharge procedures
Attending the survey - Evaporation
is good complementary Cause of loss or damages Crude mineral oil
technical information Establishing the loss - Water and sediment tests
Disposal of damaged items of cargo Petroleum products
which can sometimes be Total loss and abandonment - Tank cleaning
left aside and not taken Preparing the survey report
- Interviews and witness statements
- Tank atmospheres
- Crude oil washing
into consideration as - Example narrative report Bulk chemical cargoes
primary information for MODULE THREE
- Quality and contamination tests
Liquefied gas carriers
good performance as a Stowage and Securing of Cargoes Animal/vegetable oils and fats
surveyor. Stowage
- Forms of deterioration
- Quality tests
- Introduction to stowage
(M.Novas, Gulf Ports Services S.C) Oil cargo survey procedures
- Segregation
Offshore Supply Vessels
- Compatibility with other commodities
- General operations
- Overstows
- Cargo handling
- Broken stowage
- Stowage factor
Lashing and securing
- Cargo lashings Marine Insurance
- Cargo securing manual Marine insurance
- Dunnage - Damage and loss surveys for insurance claims
- Security - The surveyors role in insurance claims
Cargo documents - UK Marine Insurance Act
- Terms of trade

Characteristics and Particular Issues of Non-
Liquid Cargoes
- General Average (GA) and Particular Average
- York-Antwerp Rules
CPD General cargo
- Seaworthiness and cargo claims
- General principles of stowage
- Salvage charges
- Refrigerated cargoes
Adjusting marine insurance claims
Heavy lifts
- Introduction
INFORMATION - Shipboard lifting equipment
- Role of the insurance adjuster
- Vessel stability
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- Extension of the surveyors roles beyond
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The essential practical guide to the mechanics of Charterparty contracts


Designed to give all those Introduction, Market Context and Broking Voyage Charterparties I
working with charterparties, What is a charterparty? Introduction and Owners Obligations
Types of charterparty What is a voyage charterparty?
including brokers, owners,
Commercial context of charterparties Commercial context
charterers, lenders and Examples of charterparties used in different Stages of the charterparty
insurers, a practical, trades Vessel description
commercial and legal Key issues of contract law as applicable to Expected ready to load/ETA
grounding in charterparties. charterparties Seaworthiness
Brokers role in negotiating and fixing Hague Visby Rules
charterparties Owners lien on cargo
Compiled by specialists, the
individual modules highlight MODULE TWO MODULE SIX
all important issues, and Time Charterparties I Introduction and Voyage Charterparties II Charterers
discuss legal and practical Owners Issues Obligations
solutions to problems, and Trade jargon and abbreviations Freight
how to avoid them by good Owners and time charterers who are they? Cargo
planning. Main features of a time charterparty Cancelling rights
Routing and due despatch Loading/discharging
Description of the vessel Taking delivery
Seaworthiness and maintenance
After changing over from

Delivery obligations
Customary assistance
sea to a shore based job, Bunkers supply and liability issues Voyage Charterparties III Laytime and
Obligations to cargo interests Demurrage
this course gave me a - When charter is terminated mid-voyage What is laytime?
flying start obtaining a - When contract of carriage is frustrated or Starting laytime
repudiated - Arrived vessel
lot of in-depth theoretical - Readiness
knowledge in chartering. MODULE THREE - Notice of Readiness
Exceptions to laytime
(Jeroen Leenderts, North Sea Tankers BV) Time Charterparties II Charterer Issues
General exceptions
Hire Demurrage and despatch
Failure to pay hire owners remedies Laytime calculations
Cargo loading/discharge and description Charterers defences
Use and employment of vessel and indemnity
Cargo claims Interclub Agreement MODULE EIGHT

MODULE FOUR Conflict, Interaction and Resolution

Bills of Lading
Time Charterparties III Ports and
Charterparties v. Bills of Lading
Incorporation of charterparties into bills
Safe ports Competing charterparties (time and voyage)
- What is safety? Letters of Indemnity
- When is a port to be safe? Dispute resolution
- What can owners do if in doubt? - Arbitration
- Port systems? - Courts
- Berths v. ports - Mediation
- Masters skill Contractual losses English law
- Speed and consumption
- Warranty
CPD - Allowances
- Weather, sea scale, current
- Period and voyage basis
- Assessing performance
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- Routing organisation
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Managing maritime risks and reducing their financial impact on shipping companies

COURSE OVERVIEW: MODULE ONE - Development strategies in container shipping

Principles for the management of credit risk
The Certificate in Commercial Introducing Commercial Risk in the Shipping
- Cancellation of loan agreements
Context: Shipping Markets and Risk
Risks in Shipping provides Management Principles
- Finance for the cruise sector
detailed analysis of Capital requirements for bank exposures to
Why should shipping companies manage risk? central counterparties
the main sources of risk Volatility and shipping markets - Towards a European maritime transport space
in shipping markets and Shipping cycles and outlook without barriers
operations, and examines Seasonal risks - Maritime perspective
the techniques available to Sources of commercial risk in shipping - Islamic finance
- Financial risk: liquidity, interest rate, asset-price - Tackling the scourge of piracy
minimise these risks. and credit - Ship finance: into stormy waters
- Market risk
- Operational risk: safety and security MODULE FOUR
- Environment
Key risk management - Social responsibility Freight Derivatives and Hedging: Forwards,
principles with a special - Marine insurance Futures, Options and Swaps
Risk management in shipping Fundamentals of dry and wet ship markets
focus on tools unique to - Levels of risk Financial market outlook and volatility
the shipping industry - Regulatory framework Baltic Dry Indices
- National and international standards Supply and demand: freight rate formation in the
Defining risk, the risk management process physical market
Scope of risk management Risk management options in shipping
Elements of risk management Derivative contracts, applications and uses
Risk management process What are Freight Forward Agreements (FFAs)?
- How do shipping companies manage risk What are the risks involved with FFAs?
(operational and financial)? Hedging using FFAs
Credit risk in the freight derivatives market
MODULE TWO Options on freight rates
Hedging bunker risk
Commercial Risks Arising from
Charterparties, Operations and Claims Issues
Chartering and commercial risk
- Types of charter and charterparties Commercial Risks Relating to Environmental
- Demise and non-demise charters: who has the and Safety Management Issues
commercial operation of the vessel? Environmental issues and shipping
Voyage charter and operational issues Air emissions
undertaken by the contracting parties Vessels discharges
Time charter and operational issues undertaken Recycling, reuse and waste management
by the contracting parties Oil pollution
Bareboat charter and operational issues Ballast water
undertaken by the contracting parties Safety on board
Claim issues and dispute resolution Piracy
- Conciliation Port safety
- Mediation
- Arbitration MODULE SIX
- Litigation
Marine Insurance and Commercial Risk
History of marine insurance
Financial Risk Management and Credit Risk Insurable interest

Financial risk management in shipping Subject-matter insured
- Distressed German KG funds, restructuring and The contract of marine insurance
hours workout options The premium
CPD - Problem shipping loans Cargo insurance
- Ship financing securitisation possibilities Salvage claims
- Financing options in the current climate P&I
When to use financial risk management Collision claims
INFORMATION - Restructuring or foreclosure? Considerations Particular average claims
for financiers in a poor economic climate Builders risks insurance
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Unique key performance management course for the maritime industry


Quantitative and qualitative measurement
Fixed targets versus target ranges
The course consists of proven Performance Management for the Shipping Balance of lead and lag measures
Industry Understanding the business systems in use
performance management Key issues and challenges facing the shipping Data sources and KPI selection criteria
theory and demonstrates industry Purpose of strategic measures and KPIs
how you can implement it in Introduction to performance measurement and - Driving performance: business entity and
management individual
a practical and effective way - Key concepts and terminology Measuring the four perspectives
whatever your role or business KPI users and stakeholders - Financial
within the maritime industry. Benefits of performance management systems - Customer
The organisational background - Internal process
- Vision, mission and purpose - Learning and growth
Using tools such as the Background to strategy Software issues and IT tools
balanced scorecard and - Role of strategic planning
- Developing and implementing strategy MODULE FIVE
strategy maps, the programme - Challenges of strategy
will show how to define and Industry best practice and benchmarking KPIs for Ship Operators and Managers
implement KPIs to drive Selecting the right KPIs for your organisation and
MODULE TWO objectives
performance improvements Technical KPIs, e.g.
The Balanced Scorecard
within marine operations. - Ship condition and technical operation
Overview of the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) Environmental KPIs, e.g.
- Performance measuring and statistics - Ecological impact
- Development of the Balanced Scorecard - Degree of air, water and noise pollution
- BSC methodology: the four perspectives - Preventative measures
An easy to follow and - BSC philosophy: impact and benefits of the Crew management KPIs, e.g.
Balanced Scorecard system
well written course, which Preparation for the Balanced Scorecard
- Knowledge level
- Training and development implementation
directly relates to your methodology - Retention
- BSC project sponsorship and management Crew health and safety KPIs, e.g.
daily role - Building the BSC team - Incidents and accidents
- Change management Cargo KPIs, e.g.
(M. Mitra, Vega Ships Management DMCCo) - Industry research - Logistics measures
Defining company strategy - Efficient and safe cargo handling, loading and
- Definition of a strategic plan unloading
- Building the foundations - where are you now Statutory requirements KPIs, e.g.
and where do you want to be? - Compliance with regulations, laws and
- Defining the strategy conventions
- Defining the objectives Financial KPIs, e.g.
- Sample performance measures for the four - Financial performance
perspectives - Asset management
Tailored approach - Balanced Scorecard Lite Integrating KPIs and the Tanker Management and
Self Assessment (TMSA)
MODULE THREE Case studies
Strategy Maps The shipping KPI standard project
Business process analysis creating a high level MODULE SIX
Purpose of the strategy map Implementing the Balanced Scorecard and
Architecture of a strategy map Aligning the Supporting Processes
Strategy map examples Performance management processes
Strategic themes Cascading the balanced scorecard
Project plans and objectives - Divisions
Using business process maps to identify cause - Support function
and effect linkages - Team
Strategy maps for shipping - Individual
- Financial objectives
- Internal process objectives
- Learning and growth objectives
Setting targets and assigning responsibilities
Aligning supporting processes
- Planning
CPD - Customer objectives internal and external - Financial and budgeting
customers - Communication
Developing objectives and a strategy map for - Reporting, appraisal and review
your own organisation - Leadership and change management
INFORMATION Monitoring outcomes - business snapshots
MODULE FOUR and dashboard displays
& REGISTRATION Developing Measures Strategic feedback and learning
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What is a KPI? Challenges to implementation
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lma@informa.com Success/failure indicators - project planning
different types of KPI Typical cycles and timescales
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Essential legal knowledge and practical skills for both wet and dry cargoes


The Certificate in Laytime and Introduction and Context Demurrage, Detention and Despatch
Demurrage gives a thorough Key terms and concepts Relevant fundamentals of contract law
Background to chartering Demurrage
introduction and detailed
- The chartering practice Stoppage and termination of demurrage
overview of the fundamental - Types of charterparty Liability for demurrage
concepts and practices of these Legal framework Damages for detention
two critical clauses. Charterparties and clauses Despatch
- Voyage charterparties Deadfreight
- Tanker charterparties Common law cases
Starting with a firm foundation - Dry charterparties Practical examples
in key legal concepts and - Special clauses - Despatch payable on working time saved
contractual practices, the Laytime and freight rate - Despatch payable on all time saved
course shows how to define - Comparison of normal laytime, reversible and
MODULE TWO average laytime
and calculate laytime and
demurrage, with step-by-step Defining Laytime
guides for both tanker and dry Types of laytime
- Fixed Calculating Demurrage
cargo charters.
- Customary The effect of charterparty terms
- Rates of cargo - Demurrage as a term in the charterparty
- Freight index and Worldscale Basic calculations
Great background for Commencement of laytime
- Arrived ship
Time bar clauses
Termination of demurrage
people new to the subject. - Readiness - Dry cargo operations
- Wet vs. dry cargo - Liquid cargoes
For those with experience Interruptions and exceptions - Collecting demurrage/despatch
it has great ideas for - The importance of statement of facts (SOF) - Balance payment clauses
and notice of readiness (NOR) Insurance
refining your approach to - Completion of loading/discharging - P&I
determine true risks and - Delay after loading/discharging - FD&D
Completion of laytime - Loss of hire insurance
liabilities. Normal, averaging and reversing laytime
Laytime, Demurrage and Despatch in Practice
Calculating Laytime Wet cargoes: case studies and practical examples
Tankers - Time sheets
Dry cargo - Demurrage calculation
Step-by-step guides - Despatch calculation
- Statement of facts Dry cargoes: case studies and practical examples
- Timesheets - Time sheets
- Stages of laytime calculation - Demurrage calculation
Multiple charters - Despatch calculation
Case studies and practical examples Supporting documentation
- Sundays and Holidays Excepted Unless Used - Statement of facts
(SHEX UU) and Weather Working Days (WWD) - Notice or readiness
- Sundays and Holidays Excepted (SHEX) and - Bills of lading
Weather Working Days (WWD) Resolving disputes
- Time lost in waiting for berth to count as - Arbitration case study
Demurrage litigation
loading or discharging time, as the case may
Charterparty negotiation simulation
be - Voyage outcome
hours - Time sheet

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Your indispensable guide to the diverse world of marine claims

COURSE OVERVIEW: MODULE ONE - Defences, time limits and limitations

- Dangerous cargoes
An Introduction to Marine Claims
An indispensable grounding in Charterparty disputes including
Outline of the course - Freight
shipping claims for those who Historical and commercial background - Demurrage
are new to this particular field, Risk management and the role of insurance - Hire
Review of wet and dry claims - Performance
but is equally relevant to the Practical management and investigation of - Shipbrokers responsibilities
more experienced practitioners incidents - Commission
as it expands upon existing Function of lawyers and other experts Bunker disputes
Dispute management and resolution - Who can sue who
knowledge and develops - Retention of title
a broader perspective of MODULE TWO - Quantity
- Quality
maritime commerce. Marine Insurance - MARPOL Annex VI
Distinct functions and interaction of different types Crew claims
of insurance - Personal injury
- Hull and machinery - Medical expenses
The course has up to - Protection and indemnity
- Freight demurrage and defence
- Stowaways
Fines and penalties
date information and - Cargo
- War risks
- Customs infringements
- Breaches of ISM, SOLAS, MARPOL, ISPS and other
knowledge given by - Other forms of cover for both general and special laws and regulations
purposes - Risk of forfeiture or confiscation of ship or cargo
market practitioners. It - Limits to cover and exclusions
Roles and responsibilities MODULE FIVE
gives a fair perspective on - Brokers
- Insurers companies and syndicates Surveyors and Experts in Marine Claims
the whole spectrum of the - P&I Clubs Part One
marine industry. - Recovery agents
- Others involved in claims handling
Frontline response and support
- Why surveyors are needed
(N Recantzis, Marine Assurances Recantzis & Co) - Types of surveyors available
MODULE THREE - Roles of the various surveyors
Marine Claims: The Wet Side - Actions of the surveyors dealing with a marine claim
Collision Part Two
- Claims that can arise After the event
- Forum shopping - Assessing the evidence
- Jurisdiction of the English courts - Further factual research
- Obtaining evidence - Seeking expert advice
- Liability - Preparing reports of fact and opinion and
- Apportionment of liability appreciating the difference
- Quantum of claims - Disclosure
Limitation of liability - Duty to the court
- The different systems prevailing in the world
- Limitation under the 1976 Limitation Convention MODULE SIX
General Average
- An introduction Management of Claims and Disputes
- York Antwerp Rules Part One
Salvage Early stages of a potential claim
- Historical overview
- Appointment of surveyors
- Rights at common law
- Salvage Convention 1989 - Appointment of local representatives and advisors
- Lloyds Open Form 2000 (LOC) - Arrest, provision of security and obtaining payment
- The SCOPIC clause - Protection, salvage and disposal of ships, cargoes
Pollution and other assets
- The CLC Convention - The role of insurers
- The Fund Convention - Managing the media
- The Supplementary Fund Part Two
- The HNS Convention
Later stages of a claim
- The Bunker Convention - Preparation
hours - Presentation
MODULE FOUR - Insurance
CPD - Subrogation
Marine Claims: The Dry Side
- Response and defence
Cargo claims, disputes, defences and Rotterdam - Counterclaim
Rules - Chains of liability
- Where to find carriers obligations
INFORMATION - Who is the carrier
- Negotiation
- Consolidation
& REGISTRATION - Who can sue the carrier
- Carriage obligations
- Litigation
- Arbitration
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lma@informa.com - Delivery of cargo without production of a Bill of - Settlement
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The legal framework of marine salvage: conventions, forms, clauses and contracts


- The LSSA (Lloyds Standard Salvage and
Providing all the fundamental General Principles of Salvage
Arbitration) clauses (1 to 15)
knowledge youll need to History - The Procedural Rules (1 to 8)
Definition Fixed cost arbitration procedure
understand salvage contracts,
Salvage distinguished from towage Statistics
common law salvage and the Common law or contractual salvage ISU (International Salvage Union) award sharing
assessment of salvage awards. Four essential characteristics of salvage contract
- Volunteer Miscellaneous supplementary documents
- Success - Lloyds guarantees
- Subjects of salvage - ISU award sharing agreement
The Marine Salvage - Danger - ISU guarantees 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Law course provides an
exceptional overview of MODULE TWO
The Special Compensation P&I Club Clause
the various international The Salvage Convention 1989 (SCOPIC 2007)
salvage contracts and History
Chapter I
The problem
The solution
conventions, and the - Article 1 Definitions Ten essential elements of SCOPIC
- Article 2 Application of the convention
often complex issues - Article 3 Platforms and drilling units
Appendix A
Appendix B
involved with each - Article 4 State-owned vessels Appendix C
- Article 5 Salvage operations controlled by Special Casualty Representatives (SCR)
(James Elliot, T&T Marine Salvage Inc)
public authorities guidelines
- Article 6 Salvage contracts SCR digests
- Article 7 Annulment and modification of Code of conduct between ISU and International
Provides a structured Chapter II Performance of salvage operations
P&I Group
Code of conduct between International P&I
overview of legislation, - Article 8 Duties of the salvor and of the Group and property underwriters
owner and master
rules and guidelines for - Article 9 Rights of coastal states MODULE FIVE
salvage. - Article 10 Duty to render assistance
Other Salvage and Related Contracts
- Article 11 Co-operation
(Sylvia Tervoort, SMIT) Chapter III Rights of salvors The Japanese Form
- Article 12 Conditions for reward The Turkish Form
- Article 13 Criteria for fixing the reward The Chinese Form
- Article 14 Special compensation The Moscow Form
- Article 15 Apportionment between salvors The German Form
- Article 16 Salvage of persons Towage contracts
- Article 17 Services rendered under existing - Towcon 2008
contracts - Towhire 2008
- Article 18 The effect of salvors misconduct Wreck removal contracts
- Article 19 Prohibition of salvage operations - Wreckfixed
Chapter IV Claims and actions - Wreckstage
- Article 20 Maritime lien - Wreckhire
- Article 21 Duty to provide security
- Article 22 Interim payment MODULE SIX
- Article 23 Limitation of actions
Other Conventions and Guidelines
- Article 24 Interest
- Article 25 State-owned cargoes Nairobi Wreck Removal Convention

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- Article 27 Publication of arbitral awards Underwater Cultural Heritage 2001
hours London Dumping Convention
CPD MODULE THREE IMO guidelines on places of refuge
IMO/MSC guidelines on the control of ships in an
Lloyds Open Form emergency
History EU Directive on Ship Source Pollution
INFORMATION Administration
Lloyds Open Form 2000
& REGISTRATION - Property to be salved
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Key knowledge for evaluating risk and assessing feasibility of marine and offshore


Designed for both current and Warranties, Insurance Markets and Legal Towage and Voyage Approval, Stowage and
Frameworks Tie-Down
future warranty surveyors,
Introduction to marine insurance Towage
this course in partnership
History and development Barges
with IBC Academy addresses Introduction to warranty surveying Ships
the core competencies of Defining marine insurance warranties Drydocks
warranty surveying, presenting Nature and purpose Voyage approval
the knowledge and practical Different insurance markets and their survey Damaged ships
requirements Scrap voyages
techniques employed in this The various London Market joint committees Stowage and tie-down of project cargoes on
specialised field. Warranty Joint Hull Committee (JHC) ships
surveyors must have a solid Joint Cargo Committee (JCC) Work scope agreements
grasp of the legal context Joint Rig Committee (JRC) Key high value items
The committees warranties and codes of Carriage of cranes
and insurance of marine
practice Loading of yachts
operations, as well as English law implications
understanding the roles played Marine Insurance Act 1906 MODULE FIVE
by key parties, the processes Breach of warranties
Ports, Terminals and Shipyard Risk
involved in conducting surveys Assessment
and their outcomes including MODULE TWO Port and terminal surveys
reports and certificates all What are they?
The Warranty Surveyors Role, Liability, Why are they needed?
critical elements which are Reports and Certificates Shipyard risk assessment
addressed by this course.
Who appoints surveyors for warranty surveys? History
Key parties and relationships during the survey Application to various shipyard types
Who pays the bill? Application to projects
The role of the appointed surveyor JH143 A and B
Encompasses a Advising and recommendations
comprehensive range of The required outcomes of the survey MODULE SIX
Surveyors liability
insurance warranties: Protecting yourself
Offshore and Energy Related Surveys
an excellent guide for Report writing and issuing certificates Where are warranties used in the energy and
offshore sector?
Legal documents
warranty surveyors and a Marine Warranty Surveyors code of practice
What actions are expected of surveyors in this
must for contractors MODULE THREE
Condition, Port Risk, Lay-up and Reactivation Work scope agreement
Surveys What surveyors are expected to do for each
Condition surveys type of instruction
JHC warranties history and development Types of operation
Present application Key responsibilities
JH722, JH115, JH115A, JH2006-010 A, B, C Examples of some warranty surveys in energy
and D and offshore fields
Port risk surveys Rig tows
Why and where they are used Anchor spreads
Hot work or no hot work Lay-up of rigs
Renewal of certificates Desk reviews and approvals
Lay-up and reactivation surveys

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Choosing the most effective approach to resolve shipping disputes: litigation,
arbitration and alternative dispute resolution

COURSE OVERVIEW: MODULE 1 The approach of the courts to contractual ADR

There are several methods Types of Marine Disputes, Claims and
Approaches to Resolution
which can be used to resolve - Definition
Claims in general - Preparation (facts, evidence, figures)
maritime disputes, each
Wet and Dry shipping - Identifying the issues and objectives
with its particular benefits Wet claims - Prepare convincing arguments and offers
and drawbacks. This short - Collision - Effective communication, assisting the
course gives you the detailed - General average communication process and dealing with
knowledge you need to choose - Salvage obstacles
- Marine pollution - Define instructions received, authority
the most appropriate approach, Dry claims - Preparation of structure, agenda and timing
giving you the best chance to - Cargo claims (contract of carriage, bills of setting
resolve disputes lading, dangerous cargoes) - Making progress
- Charterparty disputes (freight, hire, demurrage) - Settlement
as quickly as possible; - Shipbuilding contract disputes Mediation
with the least expense; - Ship repair disputes - Definition
minimising inconvenience; - Hull damage claims - Difference between negotiation and mediation
enhancing reputation; and - Bunker disputes - The role of the mediator
preserving commercial - Crew, passengers, stowaway and shore - Is mediation an effective ADR process? Why
workers choose mediation?
relationships. Maritime claims and their enforcement - Advantages and disadvantages of mediation
Litigation v. arbitration/mediation: comparisons in - Time, venue, costs
approach, costs and length of procedures - Mediation agreement
Combines key legal MODULE 2
- Mediation process

knowledge with practical The Legal Framework: Maritime Disputes and MODULE 4
tips to prepare for all Litigation Maritime Arbitration
Introduction to litigation - the law and practice of
dispute resolution admiralty matters
Arbitration and litigation/arbitration and
alternatives including - The perspective of different jurisdictions mediation
Sources of admiralty procedure
arbitration Admiralty jurisdiction
Fundamental features of arbitration
Historical background
The Admiralty Marshal The modern concept of arbitration and its
Maritime liens characteristics
What maritime claims can support an action in Advantages and disadvantages of arbitration
rem and an action in personam The leading international arbitration institutions
Pre-action and court procedure for maritime and their rules governing the procedures of
claims arbitration
The enforcement of maritime claims by an action - Maritime arbitration associations
in personam Legal framework of arbitration
The enforcement of maritime claims by an action Types of arbitration
in rem - Institutional arbitration
The freezing order (Mareva injunction), the - Ad hoc arbitration
seizing order (Anton Piller order), the procedure - Investment arbitration
applicable to arrest International maritime arbitration
Stay of proceedings - The concept of international arbitration
Proceedings concerning international oil pollution - Issues arising in different systems of law
Termination of arrest - Procedural issues regarding international
Post arrest procedure arbitration

- Distribution of the proceeds of the judicial sale
- Order of priority in admiralty claims
- Limitation of liability for maritime claims
- National arbitration
The role of courts in maritime arbitration in US
and English law
CPD Arbitration as a primary maritime alternative
MODULE 3 dispute resolution mechanism
Alternative Dispute Resolution Is arbitration a full alternative to courts?
INFORMATION What is Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)?
Why is there a need for ADR?
& REGISTRATION Potential advantages and disadvantages of ADR
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Designing an Arbitration Regime Arbitration Procedures
The contractual foundation of arbitration: the Areas of maritime commerce covered by
arbitration agreement arbitration
Enforceability of international arbitration The autonomy of the parties will to choose
agreements arbitration procedure
What to consider when drafting the Arbitration as a private mechanism for dispute
arbitration clause resolution
Arbitration clauses in charterparties and bills - The consensual nature of arbitration
of lading Privacy and confidentiality of the process
Choice of law Initiating the arbitration procedure
The place of arbitration - Notice of arbitration
Language of the arbitration - Claim submissions
Appointment of the arbitral tribunal - Defence submissions
Choice of arbitrators - Reply submissions
- Procedure for selection - Counterclaims
- Number of arbitrators Evidence
- Experience, education and training Arbitration settlements and awards
Liability for arbitrators fees Costs
The role of the expert witness The LMAA Small Claims Procedure
- Competence and expertise in the specific Judicial review of arbitral proceedings
matter Appeals on points of law
- Experts independence Challenging an award for serious irregularity
- Compliance with duties Failure of substantive jurisdiction
- Requesting clear instructions Procedure in arbitration claims
- Experts reports How arbitral awards are enforced in key
Arbitration and mediation online
Concluding remarks on litigation, arbitration and

Companies that have already benefited from the Lloyds Maritime Academy Legal programmes include:

A.P.Moller Esso Petroleum Marine Insurance and Reinsurance SMIT Salvage

A/S Norske Shell Eurasia International (China) Ltd International Consultants SA Sonangol Shipping Ltd
Abbey National Plc Euronav N.V. Maritime New Zealand Steamship Insurance Management Services
ABS Europe Euroship Services Ltd Mediterranean Shipping Co Steamship Mutual Management (HK) Ltd
Admiralty Cruises Inc Far Eastern Shipping Company Mideast Ship Management Ltd Steamships Shipping
Agip KCO Felix Services Ltd MSC Germany GMBH Steel Authority of India
Anglo-Eastern Ship Management Gard AS National Iranian Tanker Company Steelforce NV
Anson Logistics Ltd GC Rieber Shipping Asia Pte Ltd National Ports Authority Stelmar Tankers (UK) Ltd
Arcadia Shipmanagement CO Ltd General Cologne Norbulk Shipping UK Ltd Stenamar Ltd
Australian Maritime Safety Authority Glencore Grain Rotterdam Norden Shipping Stephenson Clarke Shipping Ltd
Bahrain Petroleum Co (BAPCO) GL-Noble Denton Norfolkline Irish Sea Ferries Stolt-Neilsen Transportation Group BV
BG LNG Services, LLC Hill Taylor Dickinson Norske Shell Suitzer Marine Ltd
BHP Billiton Marketing AG Holman Fenwick & Willan Norton Rose Sun Enterprises Ltd
Bibby Maritime Ltd Hormozan Marineer Ltd NYK Bulkship Atlantic NV Svitzer Marine Ltd
BP Shipping Ltd Horus Shipping & Tansport Ocean Shipping PVT Swire Pacific Offshore Services (PTE) Ltd
Bureau Veritas Bulgaria Howe Robinson & Co Ltd Offshore Marine Services Teekay Shipping
Cargill International SA HSH Nordbank AG Oil and Chemical Tankers UK Ministry of Defence
Cargo Control Consultants Ltd I.M. Marine Services (London) Ltd Oil Spill Response Ukrainian Association of Private Shipowners
Carnival UK Inchcape Shipping Services Oldendorff Carriers GMBH Ltd UN World food programme
Centrofin Management Inc. International Transport & Maritime OOCL (Corporate Services) UNIC Insurance PLC
Chevron Shipping Co Underwriters Orient Steamship Canada Unicorn Management Services
Clarkson Egypt Irish Coast Guard OSG America Unimars Shipping Co Ltd
Clyde & Co LLP Iron Ore Company of Canada Pacific & Atlantic Corp Union Maritime Ltd
CMA Ships UK Ltd JSC Novoship Pacific Basin Shipping Ltd Ustica Lines Spa
Columbia Shipmanagement Ltd Kaalbye Shipping International Ltd Pacific International Lines (PTE) Ltd (SPore) UTC Overseas Inc.
Concordia Kellogg Brown and Boot Inc. Panalpina China Ltd V Ships Financial Services S.A.
DD Shipping Ltd, SA Kuwait Oil Tankers Company Qatar Petroleum Varun Shipping Company Ltd
Delta Logistics Ltd Lairdside Maritime Centre Qatar Shell Services Company WLL Visa International Ltd
Denton Wilde Sapte Lamnalco Nigeria Ltd Qatargas Operating Company Vorconsult Ltd
Department of Maritime Administration, Levchenko, Sergeev & Partners Law Firm Rasgas Co Ltd Vroon Offshore Services Ltd
Bermuda Government Limarko Shipping Company AB Royal & Sun Alliance Wallem Ship Management Ltd
Department of Transport Lloyds Register ENEA Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Ltd Wallenius Wilhelmsen Lines
DHL Hungary Maersk Broker Ltd Seaspan Ship Management ZIM Integrated Shipping Services
Dohle (IOM) Ltd Marine Department Ministry of Shell International Trading and Shipping Zurich Insurance & Co
Energy Freight Columbia SA Communication Company
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Introducing the world of maritime finance and the business of shipping


Dry bulk shipping sector
Foundations of Maritime Economics
For anyone needing a thorough - Iron ore, coal and grain markets
Global trade and the world economy - Overview of dry bulk carriers
understanding of maritime - Global trade - Regulatory environment
economics. - Economic growth - Main economic considerations
Principles of maritime trade Liquid bulk sector
- The current state of the shipping industry - Crude oil, chemical and gas markets
It is a perfect introduction - Understanding the requirement for ships - Oil product market
to the key concepts and Supply and demand - Chemical market
- The demand curve - Liquefied gas market
terminologies, and will suit - Law of demand - Overview of liquid bulk ships (tankers)
those either new to shipping or - Transport as derived demand - Regulatory environment
- Analysis of demand - Main economic considerations
the financial field. - The supply curve Passenger ship market
- Changes in supply - Passenger liner market
- The supply of shipping - Cruise ship market
- Factors causing changes in the supply of - Ferry market
shipping - Main economic considerations
- The effects of price
An excellent course for Shipping markers and cycles MODULE FOUR
anyone either already - The business cycle
- The shipping market cycle Economics of the Ship Lifecycle
in the maritime industry - Stages in the shipping market cycle Introduction: the use and cost of ships
Key economic concepts Newbuildings
and wanting to improve - Shipping cycles and shipping risk - Commonly used forms of contract
- The economics of shipbuilding and scrapping - Main terms
their understanding of Environmental issues - Delivery
- The greenhouse effect - Pre-delivery assignment
maritime economics, - Recent climate history - Selling the benefit in the contract
or for someone with an - Types of crops
- Maritime emissions
Second hand ship sale and purchase
- The memorandum of agreement
economics background - Atmospheric pollution
- Comparative exhaust gas emissions
- Deposit and payment
- Condition of the vessel
wishing to improve - Delivery procedure
MODULE TWO Ship conversion
their knowledge of the The Business of Shipping
- Types of charter
maritime arena. Shipping companies: structure and operations Ship registration
Costs and revenues - Choice of flag state
(Charles Jocelyn, Swissmarine)
Financial statements Shipbrokers
- The balance sheet - Role as agent
- Assets - Duties of an agent
- Capital and liabilities - Authority
- The income statement - Commission
Analysis of financial performance Ship recycling (scrapping)
- Liquidity - International conventions
- Profitability - BIMCO forms
- Efficiency - Points for the seller to watch
- Gearing or leverage
- Investment MODULE FIVE
- Financial analysis
Corporate and social responsibility (CSR) Ports and Terminals Economics
Environmental reporting The role of ports and port ownership
Governance Port performance and competition
Port users and service providers
MODULE THREE Terminal operation and economics
Shipping Sectors and Freight Types MODULE SIX

General cargo and container sector
- General cargo market
- Liner income and costs
Demystifying Ship Finance
Finance fundamentals
CPD - Unitised cargo - Debt
- General cargo ships - Equity
- The multi-purpose ship Sources of finance
- Container ships - Private funding
- Cellular and feeder ship - Debt e.g. bank loans
INFORMATION - Container roll-on/roll-off ship - Capital markets
Container shipping economies of scale and - Private placements
& REGISTRATION freight cost - State aid or subsidies
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- Speed and fuel consumption
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Providing a strategic approach to reducing environmental impact

COURSE OVERVIEW: MODULE ONE 21; UN Framework Convention on Climate

Change (UNFCCC)
Introduction to Maritime Environmental
Including the most recent Management
The role of IMO (International Maritime
information regarding the Organisation) and work of the MPEC (Marine
Overview of the course Environmental Protection Committee)
codes and conventions Introduction to the marine and coastal MARPOL 73/78 International Convention for the
governing the impact of environment: biodiversity, productivity and Prevention of Pollution from Ships
functionality - Annexes and amendments
maritime operations on the The quality debate: absolute or relative - Special Areas and Particularly Sensitive Sea
environment. environmental quality? Areas (PSSAs)
Definitions and antecedence of environmental International Convention on the Control of
management Harmful Anti-fouling Systems on Ships 2001
Your complete guide to The Sustainable Development agenda: diverse International Convention for the Control and
the essential systems and and contested meanings Management of Ships Ballast Water and
The relationship between environmental Sediments 2004
tools used by organisations management, science and complexity Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe
to promote broader Underpinning principles of maritime and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships
environmental management 2009
environmental and business Key issues facing the marine and coastal - Lifecycle issues: ship design, construction and
benefits. environment maintenance; green ship/engine design; ship
breaking and recycling
MODULE TWO Multilateral environmental agreements -
The role of the European Union: maritime
Environmental Impacts Associated with
It gave me a large Maritime Operations
directives and policy developments
- The Bonn Agreement
Pollution, contamination and waste
perspective over How to assess environmental impact
Environmental drivers beyond compliance
supply chain pressures and corporate social
environmental subject, Operational impacts associated with shipping
- Oil / chemical discharges and spills
as well as all necessary - Hazardous and Noxious Substances (HNS) MODULE FIVE
- Sewage and garbage
details to understand - Atmospheric discharges: fuel efficiency, NOx, Planning Tools with Maritime Applications
SOx, and greenhouse gas emissions General principles of planning
its complexity and has - Ballast water management: exchange, Environmental management systems
helped me to better dumping, treatment
- Anti-fouling paint: the issue with Tributyltin
- ISO 14000 series
- Elements and implementation
face and cope with the (TBT) - Organisational culture change
Operational impacts associated with ports Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)
challenges in my work. - The nature of ports and port operations - Development and planning
- Habitat destruction - Elements and characteristics of effective EIAs
(Cristina Lie, Senior Project Engineer, DNV) - Contaminated sediments and dredging - Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA)
- Waste and port reception facilities Contingency planning and emergency response
Environmental disasters e.g. major oil spills - Oil spills: case study simulation
A critical evaluation of the threats facing the - Characteristics of effective planning and
maritime environment response
Marine spatial planning: the future of marine
MODULE THREE governance?
- EU maritime spatial planning
Risk and Precaution in Maritime
- UK Marine and Coastal Access Bill
Environmental Management
The use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Hazards, risk and precaution
Hazard identification; Hazard and Operability MODULE SIX
Studies (Hazops)
Qualitative, quantitative and synthesised Measuring and Paying for Maritime
approaches to risk assessment
Risk assessment associated with shipping and
port operations
Environmental Management
Measuring the effectiveness of maritime
environmental management
CPD Vulnerability mapping and spatial risk - The use of indicators: DPSIR (Driving Forces,
Marine protected areas: their application and Pressures, States, Impacts and Responses) and
relationship to maritime activities; the wildlife other models
response - Accurate monitoring; reporting and auditing
The application of a precautionary approach - Environmental quality or management
MODULE FOUR - Quality status reports
- PSSA effectiveness: a case study of the
Maritime Environmental Governance and
Wadden Sea
INFORMATION Paying for the environment
Governance; intergovernmental and - Valuing the environment
& REGISTRATION nongovernmental organisations; mapping - The polluter pays principle and application
organizational structure and mechanisms; - Risk management
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integration - P&I clubs and claims
+1 (646) 957 8929 The role of the United Nations and agencies: UN Challenges for the future
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Essential knowledge of regulations including requirements for MARPOL compliance


Jointly offered by Lloyds Pollution in Context: Causes and Effects, Ballast Water and Other Marine Pollutants
Governance, Regulations and Enforcement Understanding the problem of environmental
Maritime Academy and IBC
Overview of marine pollution types threats from the use of ballast water
Academy the programme
Nature of casualties involving ships - Ballast water management techniques and
provides current awareness, - Description of selected incidents, including technologies
comprehensive knowledge facts and assessment - IMO Ballast Water Management (BWM)
and analysis of the overall Environmental effects Convention
framework governing marine Pollution risks from vessels in distress: the use of - Compliance
places of refuge - Ballast Water Management Plan and Ballast
pollution, including applicable Economic losses from marine pollution Water Management Record Book
regulations, compliance International and regional bodies Anti-fouling systems
requirements and related - International Maritime Organization (IMO) - Background
management strategies. Marine Environment Protection Committee - IMO resolutions
(MEPC) - IMO Convention on the Control of Harmful
Compliance demands up-
- European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) Anti-fouling Systems on Ships
to-date understanding and Overview of marine pollution control law Chemical pollution
demonstrable action at (legislation and regulations) - Hazardous and Noxious Substances (HNS)
individual and organisational - International Convention for the Prevention of - SOLAS VII (Chemicals carried in packaged form)
levels. In this context, studying Pollution From Ships (MARPOL) - MARPOL Annex II (Noxious liquid substances)
- International Convention for the Safety of Life The International Maritime Dangerous Goods
this programme represents at Sea (SOLAS) (IMDG) Code
an astute investment; not - The London Convention 1972 Sewage and garbage
just because of the impact - International Safety Management (ISM) Code - MARPOL Annexes IV and V
of pollution on us and on the Local bodies Dumping of wastes and other materials
- National maritime agencies - The London Protocol 2006
marine environment, but also
- Other national bodies involved with marine Waste management operations
by increasing awareness of pollution Bilge water/waste oil operational management
exposure to legal liabilities. Classification societies and salvors: their Ship scrapping and recycling
involvement in assisting shipping companies to - Hong Kong International Convention for the
control marine pollution Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of
Examines an integrated MODULE TWO
approach to the global Air Pollution and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Oil Pollution and Offshore Activities
issues for professionals The air pollution problem and shipping
- Impact of emissions from vessels: SOx, NOx, The fundamentals of oil pollution
across the shipping and particulate matter (PM), volatile organic - Major oil spills: case studies
offshore industries. compounds (VOC)
- Greenhouse gases (GHG)
- The impact of oil pollution on humans
- Environmental aspects
Overview of regulatory and non regulatory - Economic losses
emission control initiatives Pollution risks in offshore oil and gas operations
- The challenge of market-based mechanisms - The concept of offshore installation
MARPOL Annex VI and Revised MARPOL Annex - Exploration, drilling, extraction, transport
VI - Potential impact on the marine environment
- Targets, deadlines and compliance SOLAS and MARPOL, including Annex I
- Emission control areas (ECAs) 2005 Protocol to the 1988 Convention for the
Regional approaches Suppression of Unlawful Acts against the Safety
- EU, USA, Asia of Maritime Navigation (SUA)
Current abatement technology solutions for SOx, National instruments
100% 21 2.1
NOx and PM including scrubbers
- Reduction strategies, alternative fuels
Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) overview
- UK, USA, Norway, China
Offshore Pollution Liability Association (OPOL)
CPD CPD CEUs and application Oil spill response
Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan - Equipment
(SEEMP) overview and application - Clean-up strategies
Problems and opportunities - Crisis and media management
INFORMATION - Reconciling environmental objectives with cost Case study: Deepwater Horizon
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Measurement and Management Systems
Pollution preparedness and response
- International Convention on Oil Pollution Preparedness, Response and
Co-operation (OPRC 90)
- The Protocol on Preparedness, Response and Co-operation to Pollution
Incidents by Hazardous and Noxious Substances 2000 (OPRC-HNS
Discussion on methods of intervention and minimisation of effects
Sampling and analysis tools and techniques (e.g. geographic information
systems, remote sensing etc.)
Shipboard monitoring
Documentation, reporting and communication
Contingency planning (including national plans), emergency response
and management
- Vessel response plans
ISO 14000 series and environmental management
Port reception facilities (IMO, EU and national level)
The human element
- The International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification
and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW)
Accident investigation and surveys
- How investigation and surveys are conducted
- Case studies

Legal Issues, Insurance and Compensation
The international instruments (duties)
- United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) 1982
- Other instruments
The concept of limitation of liability in shipping
- 1992 Civil Liability Convention (CLC) and 1992 Fund Convention, as
- International Convention on Liability and Compensation for Damage in
Connection with the Carriage of Hazardous and Noxious Substances
by Sea (HNS Convention) 1996
- Bunker Pollution Convention 2001
- Liability issues and the protection of the Antarctic environment
Small Tanker Oil Pollution Indemnification Agreement (STOPIA) and
Tanker Oil Pollution Indemnification Agreement (TOPIA)
Claims: assessment and handling
- International Oil Pollution Compensation (IOPC) Funds
- Protection and Indemnity (P&I) clubs
- New pooling structure of International Group
Criminal liability, including prosecution and detention
- The persons concerned (the master, crew, shipowner and charterer)
- The legal instruments
US approach to liability and compensation
- Oil Pollution Act (OPA) 1990
Synthesis and application of lessons learnt through case studies
- Legal regime (applicable legal instruments)
- Ensuing claims
- Recent or pending developments
Approaching the problem of gaps and legal uncertainty caused by
marine pollution in a proactive manner
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Implementing best practice systems and processes to go beyond compliance and
create a safety culture in shipping

COURSE OVERVIEW: MODULE ONE - Link between the ISM Code and ISO 9001
- Using ISO standards to construct a Safety
Introducing Maritime Safety Management and
This distance learning the International Safety Management (ISM) Code
Management System
- ISO 9000 certification for shipping companies
programme shows how Historical context of maritime safety with ISM Code certification
compliance with maritime Background and development of the ISM Code - ISO 14000 Environmental Management Systems
- Where did the ISM come from? Module Five
safety codes and regulations - Maturity of the system
is just the beginningand that - The ISM Code within maritime legislation MODULE FIVE
- International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea
creating an effective safety (SOLAS) chapter IX Auditing, Measurement and Improvement
culture throughout Regulatory frameworks Systems
- Overview of relevant rules, regulations, codes, Auditors
organisations can save even guidelines and standards - Selection, training and certification
more than lives. Regulatory bodies Audit types
- The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) - Internal and external
- Flag States - Certification and verification
- Classification societies Audit cycle for ISM Code
- Other industry bodies - Interim, initial, periodical, intermediate, renewal and
This course is really Legal and insurance issues additional audits
Human factors in maritime safety Audit stages and techniques
amazing. It provides a - Planning, execution, reporting, closing out Non-
more detailed insight of MODULE TWO Conformity Reports (NCRs)
Systems used in incident analysis
The Aims, Structure and Content of the ISM Code
the marine industry safety Aims and objectives
Statistical analysis
Quality audits
standards and ways to Terminology
The ISM Code in full
Management review
- Four stages of management review
implement them within - Preamble Maintenance systems
- Part A Implementation - Planned maintenance
our systems - Part B Certification and Verification - Critical machinery and systems
Certificates Performance management and Key Performance
(A. Reghu, Jan De Nul) - Document of Compliance (DOC) Indicators (KPIs)
- Safety Management Certificate (SMC) Developing safety objectives
The road from starting to full term certification
Potential problems and possible solutions MODULE SIX
Living with the ISM Code
- Philosophy of the Code (proactive vs. reactive) Safety Management and a Safety Culture
Blame, No Blame, and Just cultures
MODULE THREE The safety culture continuum
Limitations of the prescriptive approach
Operational Safety Management IMO definition of a safety culture
The Safety Management System (SMS) - Ten key elements in achieving a proactive safety
- Design culture
- Construction Safety leadership
- Implementation - Cascading safety culture from top to bottom
- Certification - Alternative methods
Functional requirements of a SMS - Philosophy, policy, procedures and practices
- Requirement of ISM Part A Section 1.4 Recruitment and development of staff (ship and
- Safety and environmental protection policy shore)
- Development of plans for shipboard operations - Recruitment regime
- Company responsibilities and authority - Appraisals
- Reports and analysis of non-conformities, - Career path
accidents and hazardous occurrences Safety investigations
- Emergency preparedness - Data collection
- Company verification, review and evaluation - Dealing with witnesses
Operational safety procedures - A reporting culture
Hazard identification techniques - Organisational and human factors
Drills and exercises Investigation techniques
Technological developments in safety management - Examining incident site
Emergency response plans - Reviewing incident reports and objective evidence

Personnel roles and responsibilities
- Designated Person Ashore (DPA)
- Interviewing personnel
- Evaluation of findings
Incident investigators
- Training
Risk and Quality Management Effective communications
Risk assessment - Ship to shore/shore to ship links
- Qualitative methods - Lines of communications
INFORMATION - Quantitative methods - Barriers to communications
As Low as is Reasonably Practicable (ALARP) - Managing multinational and multicultural crews
& REGISTRATION Risk reduction Resources
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Quality management standards and systems management)
+1 (646) 957 8929 - International Organization for Standardization (ISO) - Maintenance costs (proactive vs. reactive)
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Protecting shipping operations and mitigating risks from piracy,
terrorism and other threats

COURSE OVERVIEW: MODULE ONE Security responsibilities

- Recognised Security Organisations (RSOs)
Delivering the knowledge Maritime Context and Regulatory Frameworks - Company Security Officers (CSOs)
Historical overview - Ship Security Officers (SSOs)
and skills needed to minimise Maritime economics overview - Port Facility Security Officers (PFSOs)
security risks in the shipping - Trade patterns Security assessment
context. - Ship types Security equipment
- Maritime insurance Security plans
Introduction to the main threats to shipping Security actions
It gives clear explanations of - Piracy Emergency preparedness, drills and exercises
the codes, regulations and laws - Terrorism Security administration
- Crime Security training
surrounding maritime security, International and regional organisations and Information security
allowing shipping companies regulatory bodies
to go beyond compliance to - United Nations (UN) MODULE FOUR
- International Maritime Organisation (IMO)
implement effective systems - World Customs Organisation (WCO) Piracy and Terrorism
and plans. - International Labour Organisation (ILO) Piracy
- European Union (EU) - The cost to shipping
- North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) - Current and future hotspots
Trade bodies - Intelligence, specialised consultancy and
- Baltic and International Maritime Council preparation
Excellent introduction to (BIMCO) - Securing vessels, anti-piracy techniques
the real world of shipping - International Association of Dry Cargo Ship
Owners (Intercargo)
- Defensive systems on the market today
- Response and outcomes
and the many aspects that - International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and the - Ransom procedures
International Shipping Federation (ISF) - International Maritime Bureau (IMB) piracy
must be factored into a - International Association of Independent reporting centre
Tanker Operators (INTERTANKO)
shipping line and ships - Nautical Institute
- Media and communications
Maritime terrorism
security. - World Shipping Council - Past, present, future
Security Initiatives - Capabilities of terrorist groups
(Student 2011) - Regional Cooperation Agreement on - Crew protection and support
Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery Against Case studies
Ships in Asia (ReCAAP)
- The Djibouti Code of Conduct MODULE FIVE
- Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism
(C-TPAT) Threat Assessment and Risk Mitigation
- Container Security Initiative (CSI) Security assessment and awareness
- Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) Threat identification
- International Maritime Bureau (IMB) Risk assessment and management models
Corporate strategies
MODULE TWO Contingency planning
Disaster recovery and management
Key Legal Concepts Insurance
Introduction to Maritime International Law (IL) Prevention
- The nature of IL Surveillance equipment and systems
- United Nations Convention on the Law of the Cargo inspection techniques
Sea (UNCLOS) Patrols
- Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful
Acts Against the Safety of Maritime MODULE SIX
Navigation (SUA)
- Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Convention Response, Management and Follow-Up
- International Ship and Port Facility Security Emergency response
Code (ISPS) Coordinating the security response
- The law of maritime interdiction Crew protection
- The use of force at sea Conflict negotiation and resolution
National security legislation
- UK Merchant Shipping and Maritime Security
Decision making
Kidnap / hostage negotiations
Ransom payment
Act 1997
CPD - EU legislation Military dimension, naval cooperation
- Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) Human response to security situations
MODULE THREE Media response and communication
INFORMATION Security Systems, Plans and Personnel
Report writing

& REGISTRATION Security Management Systems

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+1 (646) 957 8929 standards)
The ISPS Code
lma@informa.com - Maritime security policy
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A clear, concise and comprehensive introduction to naval architecture


- Transiting canals
This course introduces the Introduction to Naval Architecture
Model experiments and full-scale trials
role of the naval architect and Defining naval architecture Piracy and terrorism
- History and development
the fundamentals of naval
- Principal areas of knowledge MODULE FIVE
architecture as a discipline. - The role of the naval architect
- Relationship to other engineering disciplines Durability in the Marine Environment
It provides a general Some basic tools Hull structures
understanding of the - Definitions, nomenclature and notation - Goals
- Units - Strength
key knowledge areas - Approximate integration - Loads
underpinning the practice - Simple calculations - Failure modes
of naval architecture, - Use of spreadsheets Materials
including; physical properties, Worked examples - Steel
- Aluminium
engineering and construction
MODULE TWO - Fibre-reinforced plastic (FRP)
techniques, design principles, Construction
and environmental and Hydrostatics
- Quality criteria
regulatory considerations. Displacement, flotation and equilibrium - Welding and bonding technologies
Bonjean curves - Models, CAD/CAM systems
Hydrostatic curves Structural responses to motions
Draught determination Vibration
This course provides
- Changes of draught
Intact stability
Service experience feedback

an excellent and useful - Small and large angle stability MODULE SIX
- Free surfaces and suspended weights
background of ship - Inclining experiment Regulatory Frameworks and Ship Maintenance
design and construction. Damage stability International Maritime Organisation (IMO)
Docking and launching of ships International Labour Regulations
My company highly Worked examples Statutory regulations
commended this course. Flag States
MODULE THREE Port State Control
(E. Igwe, Nigerian Naval Shipyard)
Classification Societies
The Marine Environment
Wind, water and air - International
Waves: general nature and characteristics - National
This course is important Defining an irregular sea Protection of the environment
in understanding this field - Energy spectra
Extreme cold
- International Convention for the Safety of Life
of work in more detail and - Ice formation and properties at Sea (SOLAS)
- Ice navigation conditions
accuracy. - Operating in extreme cold
- International Convention of Load Lines (ICLL)
Outline of ship construction and maintenance
(M. Malagkit, Stolt Tankers B.V.) Protection of the environment
- Impact of ships on the environment MODULE SEVEN
- Designing to minimise impact and risks
Fundamentals of Ship Design
MODULE FOUR Design stages
- Preliminary
Operating in the Marine Environment
- Contract
Hydrodynamics, water flow and roughness - Detail
The design process
- Resistance: frictional, wavemaking and other - Interaction with owners/operators
hours - Propulsion: powering, propulsion devices (e.g. - Design development e.g. the design spiral
CPD propellers), cavitation Hull form
Manoeuvring General arrangements
- Standard manoeuvres including turning - Cargo (freight and passengers)
- Directional stability - Layout and access
INFORMATION - Steering devices - Allocation of spaces
- Ship handling The internal environment
& REGISTRATION Ship motions - Human factors and ergonomics
+44 (0)20 7017 5510 Ship operations - Temperature, noise, vibration etc.
+1 (646) 957 8929 - Navigation Different ship types, special service craft and
lma@informa.com - Shallow water warships
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Essential legal principles, conventions and procedures of vessel arrest in
jurisdictions around the world


This course leads you through Ship Arrest in Context: Maritime Claims, Procedures of Arrest
History and Purpose of Arrest The steps and planning involved from pre-arrest
the complexities of ship arrest,
Ship arrest within the shipping industry to release
explaining fundamental legal
Introduction to Admiralty Law Costs and financial challenges
concepts, demystifying the Alternatives to arrest Provision of security
two main conventions in use, Function of arrest The roles played by key parties
comparing the pros and cons International maritime law Post-arrest procedure
of various jurisdictions around Marine claims Practical considerations
- Types of claims Priorities and competing claims
the world, giving step by step Limitation of liability - Maritime liens: crew, salvage, damage done by
guidelines on the procedures a ship, bottomry and respondentia
involved, and clarifying the MODULE TWO - Other maritime claims: necessaries, preferred
arrest of sister and associated creditors, others
Legal Concepts and Definitions Underpinning
Implications of wrongful arrest
ships. Ship Arrest
Maritime liens and statutory liens MODULE SIX
The programme represents - Maritime liens defined
- Characteristics of a maritime lien Sister Ship Arrest
a valuable resource for a
- Maritime liens and priority of claims Relevant conditions of bringing in claims
wide range of maritime Action in rem and action in personam Development of sister ship arrest
professionals, whether Definition of arrestable vessel Arresting the offending vs. the alternative ship
looking to refresh and Associated ships
update expertise, acquire MODULE THREE - Beneficial ownership, one-ship companies
- Piercing the corporate veil
specialised knowledge or gain Arrest Conventions 1952 and 1999: Key
- Philosophy in different jurisdictions
a global understanding of this Elements and Comparative Analysis
important mechanism. Historical development of Arrest Conventions
The 1952 Arrest Convention
- History
- Key elements
Leads you through The 1999 Arrest Convention
- History
the complex legal and - Key elements/general rules
practical aspects of Implementation of the Conventions by
contracting states
arresting vessels. Comparison and key differences
- Additional types of claim under 1999
- Clarifications e.g. application to any vessel
- Definitions e.g. arrest, person, claimant,

Ship Arrest in Different Jurisdictions
Common Law vs. Civil Law
English law
- Senior Courts Act 1981
Presentation, analysis and comparison of some
other key jurisdictions
- India
- China
CPD - United States
- Singapore
- South Africa
- France
Making informed choices about the jurisdiction in
& REGISTRATION which you can arrest the vessel
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Design, technology, operational and management strategies to maximise efficiency
in shipping


This course demonstrate Dimensions, Drivers and Benefits of Efficiency Fuel Management and Energy Efficiency
in the Shipping Industry Technologies
technologies, operational
The evolving role of maritime transport in the Bunker market issues, developments and trends
practices and management
supply chain and value chain Bunker cost optimisation importance and trends
strategies to help save costs, fuel, Importance of efficiency to supply chain stake Engine efficiency and optimisation
energy and the environment. holders Fuel additives
The state of the shipping industry and key issues Gas power, hybrid systems
In addition to this the course will
Maritime regulations and enforcement Dual fuel engines and additional lubrication
enable you to:
Earnings and profitability of stake holders issues
Understand the drivers making ship
Costs: capital, running and voyage costs Lube oil analysis and delivery
efficiency such a critical concern in
- Bunker costs present and future trends Air lubrication
todays maritime industry
- Security costs Slow steaming, engine derating
Untangle the web of regulations
Safety, quality assurance and regulatory compliance Trim and ballast optimisation
and conventions governing the
The current environment - pollution issues Hull blasting and coating
growing demand for ship efficiency
- Emissions from machinery greenhouse gases Energy efficiency review, e.g. thermal insulation,
Assess the techniques and
- Hull coatings shore power, reefer optimisation
technologies behind improved fuel
- Ballast water management Waste heat recovery
management and energy efficiency
Contractual obligations towards ship efficiency Battery fuel cells and solar panels
Learn effective voyage and fleet
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
management strategies to maximise
Effectiveness of maritime transport supply MODULE FIVE
productivity and minimise costs
chain metrics
Evaluate developments in vessel Effective Voyage and Fleet Management
design, construction and propulsion Voyage and fleet cost elements, trends, current
including successful application of EEDI issues
Apply strategies to measure and The Regulatory Framework Weather routing
manage efficiency improvements Maritime operations regulatory requirements Voyage planning, route optimisation
including SEEMP Maritime regulatory authorities and their roles - Just in time berth planning, port
Maritime regulations - creation, amendments and communication and operations efficiency
enforcement Operational speed
International Maritime Organization (IMO) and - Charterparty implications
The information was maritime regulations - recent developments Autopilots steering and heading control systems
absolutely current, the 62nd session of Marine Environmental Protection Trim/draft
Committee (MEPC62) - Cargo and ballast planning
course notes were well The International Convention for the Prevention Implications of different ship types e.g. cargo,
constructed and easy to of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) Annex VI: Offshore Support Vessels (OSVs)
- Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP) Newbuild vs. conversion or retrofitting
digest and there were - Energy Efficiency Operational Indicator (EEOI)
additional references for - Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI)
- Compliance timeframes and issues
Maintenance, Measurement and Management
areas of particular interest. UN conventions e.g. United Nations Convention
on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)
Delighted that it was time Future trends, targets and implications Shipping performance measurement trends and
and money well spent. issues
MODULE THREE Practical application of SEEMP
(K.Jacques, Dryad Maritime) Other management systems e.g. ISO50001
Designing and Constructing More Efficient (energy management), ISO14000 series
Vessels (environmental management)
Newbuilding markets trends, issues and Performance measures, Key Performance
developments Indicators (KPIs)

Ship construction current issues Monitoring systems e.g. emissions, condition
EEDI in practice monitoring
hours - Application to different vessel types Record keeping and data collection
CPD - Calculation and verification examples Role of Class Societies
- Shipbuilding contracts and compliance Compliance issues
Hull design Crew training and awareness
Hull appendages Roles of ship and shore personnel
INFORMATION Rudder and autopilot improvements Roles and responsibilities: shipowners, operators,
Propulsion managers etc.
& REGISTRATION - Propeller optimisation Industry standards, benchmarks and best
+44 (0)20 7017 5510 - Flettner rotor practices
+1 (646) 957 8929 - Kites and sails
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The definitive guide to the role of ship operators and operating department
functions in shipping companies


Introducing the key operational Ships, Practitioners and the Maritime Industry Crewing, Manning and Management
Maritime regulatory framework Essentials
functions within shipping
- International Maritime Organisation (IMO), Crewing and manning
organisations. It provides
- International Labour Organisation (ILO), - Managing multinational crews
an essential guide to those - International Transport Workers Federation People management
working in (or aiming to work (ITF) etc. - Planning, monitoring, evaluation
in) ship operations, as well Ship and cargo types Time management
as those seeking a deeper Classification Project management
Insurance Communication
understanding of how the - Categories of cover (e.g. hull and machinery, - Within the company
global shipping industry works. cargo) - With third parties
- P&I Clubs
Key roles and relationships MODULE FIVE
- Ship owner
Health, Safety, Security and Environmental
I found the course - Ship manager
- Ship operations
extremely useful and Principles of chartering The purpose of HSSE systems
International conventions
as someone who is MODULE TWO Safety
already working at a Vessel and Voyage Operations Part 1: Cargo,
International Safety Management (ISM) code
multinational shipping Charters and Documentation - Safety management system
company, I found it to be The operations department
Operating and voyage costs
- Certification
International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS)
helpful in my job. Voyage estimation code
- Route planning - Objectives
(Joe Moon, SK Shipping Europe PLC)
- Cargo measurement - Compliance
- Costs calculation - Benefits in practice
- Income calculation Pollution and environmental management
- Final result Conventions and regulations
Cargo operations and handling - Pollution
Ship/port agency - Emergency response
Ship documentation Ballast water management
Bills of lading Laws relating to ship operations
Charter parties
Vessel Operations and Maintenance
Vessel and Voyage Operations Part 2: Technical management
Commercial and Post Fixture Management Certificates and compliance management
Commercial voyage management - Classification of a vessel
- Chartering - Flag state
- Operations Audit and inspections
- Post-fixture: Financial Analysis - Objectives of Flag State Inspections
Bunker management - Port state control
- Voyage Planning - Vetting Inspection
- Bunker Costs Drydocking, maintenance and repairs
Procurement - Newbuildings
Disbursements - Vessels life cycle

Post fixture - Repairs and maintenance
Freight/hire collection Record keeping
hours - Definitions and examples - Vessel operations records
CPD - Terms related to freight - Mandatory record keeping
Master General Account (MGA) - Company record keeping

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Theoretical and practical analysis of the sale and carriage of goods, trade, terms,
contracts, rights, liabilities, finance, documentation and dispute resolution

COURSE OVERVIEW: MODULE ONE - The consignment note

- Carriers liabilities and rights
Jointly offered by Lloyds Trade and the Sale of Goods Legal and
- Senders responsibilities and rights
Contractual Frameworks
Maritime Academy and IBC - Consignees responsibilities and rights
The foundations of the international sale relationship Carriage by rail - Uniform Rules Concerning the
Academy the programme
The mechanisms and characteristics of trade Contract for International Carriage of Goods by
provides a thorough theoretical The states and international organisations in trade Rail (CIM)
and practical analysis of Customs law - The consignment note
the principles of trade and Export licensing regulations - The carriers responsibilities/liabilities and rights
transport law. Whether youre a Domestic law applicable to sales - The consignors responsibilities and rights
The Vienna Convention on the International Sale - The consignees responsibilities and rights
shipping industry professional of Goods Carriage by air - The Montreal Convention 1999
with an interest in the trade of Scope of application - issues excluded and The Warsaw System
goods by sea or are working Formation of the contract of sale - Carriers liability
in the road, rail or air logistics Obligations and rights of the seller and the buyer - The consignors responsibilities and rights
Performance of the contract - The consignees responsibilities and rights
sector, and need to understand
Frustration of contract Multimodal transport
more about the legal issues Remedies of the buyer and the seller - The legal position of the freight forwarder/
involved in the movement of responsibilities and rights
goods inland, this course will MODULE TWO - The consignors responsibilities
provide that knowledge. Standard Trade Terms
Trade terms (according to place of destination or
delivery of the goods/means of transport) Legal Aspects of International Trade Finance
Delivers a global - The stage of negotiations Open account
- The traditional trade terms
appreciation of trade Cost, insurance and freight (CIF) contracts
- Definition
- Risks and advantages
and transport law from a - Definition Bills of exchange
- Duties of the seller/buyer under a CIF contract - Definition, nature and main characteristics
practical point of view - Sellers/buyers remedies - Parties to the bill of exchange, their obligations
- Passing of property/risk and rights
Free on board (FOB) contracts - The law governing the bills of lading
- Duties of the seller/buyer under an FOB contract - Proceedings on bills of exchange
- Sellers/buyers remedies Documentary bills
- Definition
- Passing of property/risk
- Risks and advantages
- FOB contracts under INCOTERMS 2010 Letters of credit
- Definition, kinds and characteristics
MODULE THREE - Rules related to letters of credit
Carriage of Goods by Sea - The stages of a letter of credit transaction
- Documents tendered to the bank
- Types of charterparties MODULE SIX
- Implied obligations of the shipowner and
charterer at common law Dispute Resolution
- Shippers or charterers duties Litigation
- Exceptions to carriers liability at law - Jurisdiction
- Limitation clauses - Applicable law
Bills of lading and other carriage documents - Recognition and enforcement of foreign
- Nature of the bill of lading judgments in civil and commercial matters
- Types of bills of lading International commercial arbitration
- Implied obligations of the shipowner at - The consensual nature of arbitration
- A private mechanism for dispute resolution
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common law
SRA - Implied obligations of the shipper at common law
- The arbitration clause
100% hours - Common law/contractual exclusions
CPD CPD CEUs - Electronic bills of lading
- Initiating the arbitration procedure
- Content of request
Hague, Hague-Visby Rules and Hamburg Rules - Documentary evidence
- Joint defence agreements
MODULE FOUR Arbitration settlements and awards
INFORMATION Carriage of Goods by Road, Rail, Air and
- Arbitral awards
- Substantive jurisdiction
& REGISTRATION Multimodal Transportation
- Advantages and disadvantages of arbitration
+44 (0)20 7017 5510 Carriage by road Convention on the Contract for Mediation and conciliation
+1 (646) 957 8929 the International Carriage of Goods by Road (CMR) - Definition, nature and core features
lma@informa.com - Successive carriers - Confidentiality and mediator immunity
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Fundamental knowledge, approaches, techniques and resources for appraising and
evaluating ships


This distance learning course Ship Valuation/Appraisal in Context: Purposes Dhip Valuation Approaches and Techniques
and Perspectives Valuation approaches
shows you how experienced
Background and development of valuations - Market
valuers acquire knowledge,
Role of a sale and purchase shipbroker - Income
gather data and interpret Reasons for valuations - Replacement cost method
information about vessels - Reassurance when buying/selling - Discounted cash flow analysis
and markets to arrive at a - Bank requirements - Hamburg Ship Evaluation Standard: Long Term
pragmatic and impartial figure - Insurance Asset Value (LTAV)
- Corporate investment analysis Historical valuations
for their clients. - Shipowners declaration to shareholders Fleet valuations
- Litigation Algorithm and software approaches
- Government bureaucracy Valuation method: step by step from preparation
The first course of Valuations: perspectives and expectations to presenting reports
Shipping markets: cycles, trends and effects of
its kind to deliver key vessels income MODULE FIVE
background shipping Newbuildings and Resale; Guidance and
knowledge and demystify Advice for Valuers
Knowledge, Experience and Resources to
valuation methods Value Vessels
Key knowledge of ship newbuilding and resale
from the valuers point of view
Guidelines and methodology for valuers - Newbuilding prices
Different vessel types - Second hand prices
Classification - Depreciation
- The role of classification societies - Scrap prices
- Origins Conflicts of interest
- Shipowners responsibilities Disputes
- Assignment, suspension and withdrawal of Litigation
class Insurance
Factors to be taken into account: quantitative Fees
and qualitative Ethics and professionalism
Investigation and sources of data and
information MODULE SIX
Case Studies and Practical Application of
Vessel Valuation
The Ship Sale and Purchase Market Putting valuation techniques into practice
Key knowledge of ship sale and purchase from - Worked examples
the valuers point of view - Researching data and shipping intelligence
Sale and purchase elements and processes - Interpreting vessel plans and specifications
- Parties involved - Sourcing and reading shipping market reports
- Knowledge of the ship - Exercises and practice valuations
- Inspections Potential problems and pitfalls facing valuers
- Negotiation stage - Case studies
- Recapitulation of agreed terms - Lessons from experience
Sale documents potentially affecting values Critical analysis of different approaches to
- Legal bill of sale valuation
- Copy of minutes by the selling company - Traditional methods, current developments
- Confirmation of class and initiatives
- Commercial invoice - Industry opinion

- Letters of undertaking: blacklists, grounding - Discussion points
Memorandum of Agreement (MOA)

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The complete guide to analysing the essentials of liner trade and maritime
container logistics

COURSE OVERVIEW: MODULE ONE - Intermodal logistics

Port and terminal operators
Introduction to Container Shipping, Principles,
Examining commercial, Evolution and Trade Routes
- Layout and design
technical and operational - Cargo handling systems
Background to the global economy, trade and - Major terminal groups
aspects of the industry. transport Landside container logistics
Principles and concepts of containerisation - Feeder services
History of container shipping trade and transport - Inland haulage (road, rail and barge)
This course is ideal for people Evolution of liner shipping services - Inland terminals and depots
working for shipping lines, - Scheduled container shipping services Liner service options
- Outline of costs and freight rates - End to end
whilst also being especially - Development of liner shipping conferences - Round the World (RTW)
beneficial to personnel - Outline of economic regulation - Pendulum
engaged in the wider container Trade routes - Hub and spoke
- Globalisation
logistics and supply chain - Supply and demand MODULE FIVE
industry. - Principal arterial routes
- Principal container ports Container Shipping Costs, Revenue and Freight
MODULE TWO Operating/voyage costs
- Overheads and agency commissions
The course was very Container Ship Characteristics, Terminology, - Crew, insurance, stores and maintenance
Layout and Stowage Planning - Port and canal charges during voyage
useful for me. I have Ship types and characteristics - Bunker costs
learnt so many subjects - Cellular, hatchless, geared container vessels
- General purpose vessels
Capital and related costs
- Ships
and have increased - Specialised vessels
- Deep sea, coastal, inland waterways vessels
- Containers
Revenue: components of freight rates
my knowledge about Sizes and tonnages - Contributing factors (e.g. volume, weight,
- Terminologies and definitions commodity type, economies of scale, competition,
worldwide containers. - Panamax, Suezmax, Malaccamax, Post Panamax surcharges etc.)
- Future developments - Tariff structures: commodity, weight, volume
This is especially Cargo measurements and capacities - Adjustment factors (e.g. currency fluctuations,
beneficial to my career in Basic ship layout
- Shipboard access and handling equipment
bunker charges, port congestion)
- Terminal handling charges
the shipping industry. Stowage planning - Lump sum box rate, Freight All Kinds (FAK) rate
Main shipping companies - Loyalty rebates
(Mohab Elsaka, Qatar Petroleum) - Basics of ship ownership/operations/ - Service contract rates
Container Shipping Business, Regulations and
The Container: Types, Terminology, Documentation
Management, Packing and Security Basic economics of world trade
Container types and classification - Supply and demand
- Dimensions and capacities Alliances and consortia as operational efficiency
- ISO standards agreements
- Purposes Conferences, discussion agreements and
- Marks and numbers stabilisation agreements
Container terminology Freight forwarders, third party logistics service
- Full Container Loads (FCL) providers and Non Vessel Operating Common
- Less than Container Loads (LCL) Carriers (NVOCCs)
- Door-to-door, port-to-port International and national organisations and entities
- International variations in terminology - European Union, United States of America
Container management - Rest of the world
- Owning versus leasing Regulations on pricing in liner shipping including
- Inventory control anti-trust laws
- Container demand - United States and the European Union

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- Tracking and tracing containers - International rules on liner shipping pricing for
- Container loss, damage, maintenance and repair services
hours Container packing and securing Documentation
CPD CEUs Container security and integrity - Bills of lading
- Seals and locking techniques - Other carriage contract documents
- Scanning - E-commerce
- Safety considerations International sales and sea transport contracts
- General average
& REGISTRATION Container Logistics, Supply Chain Principles,
Port and Terminal Operations and Operators
- Liability
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Supply chain principles - Dispute settlement machinery
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Investigate shipbuilding contracts from parties, commercial issues and
modifications, to finance, guarantees, delivery and termination


A comprehensive introduction Introduction to Newbuilding, Parties, Delivery, Novation and Assignment

Contractual Issues and Commercial Context Delivery
to shipbuilding contracts,
Introduction to shipbuilding contracts - Passing of title and risk
with a thorough look at the
The parties and their roles - Documents on delivery and formalities
stakeholders, processes, Fundamental legal considerations - Timing
finance, legal and commercial Contractual issues common in shipbuilding - Registration
issues, delivery and Forms of shipbuilding contracts - Ship finance relationship
guarantees. The parts of a shipbuilding contract - Removal of vessel from shipyard
The underlying commercial context Disposing of the benefit of the shipbuilding
Other ways of acquiring a new ship contract
This course is ideal for a broad - Novation
range of people, from those MODULE TWO - Assignment
working in a shipyard, to those Selling the vessel at delivery
Production Processes, Procurement,
in the shipping company and Modifications and Inspection
other associated consultants. Understanding production responsibility for
design and function Guarantees, Associated Contracts and
Procurement of materials, equipment and Concluding Issues
approvals Buyers payment guarantees
This is a great course and Buyers supplies Sellers refund guarantees
Buyers agent/representative Bank guarantees
delivers what is promised. Buyers inspection during construction and Corporate guarantees
It provides an excellent supervision Individual guarantees
Modifications Legal issues of guarantees and banks
foundation if you want to Changes in rules and regulations requirements
go deeper in the field. Inspection, sea trials and acceptance/rejection Letters of comfort
Subcontracting Key points for consideration
(Kamen Stoykov Penev, MAN Diesel & Turbo)
Finance, Payments, Taxes and Duties, Funding
The price
Contract price modifications
Liquidated damages
Payments and instalments
Payment mechanisms for pre-delivery
Taxes, duties etc.
Additional items to be paid for at delivery
Newbuilding finance
Funding the delivery instalment
Loan finance pre-delivery security

Legal Issues, Risk, Insurance, Guarantees and
Risk to and title in the vessel
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Insuring against the buyers investment
CPD CEUs - Force majeure
- Warranty
Guarantee engineer
Exclusions from liability
- Buyer
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For a thorough understanding of the shipping industry


Charter markets
Shipping, International Trade Economics and
This short and comprehensive the Markets
Ship operation
- Crewing and training
programme is an excellent World trade-development - ISM Code
solution for gaining the Demand for shipping services - Bunkering
Economics of sea transport - Maintenance and repair
background knowledge to International trade, trade balance and trade routes Trading
understand the fascinating The impact of transport costs - INCOTERMS
Shifting world markets - Financial aspects of trade
shipping industry. Shipping markets - Forward freight agreements
- The Liner and Tramp Markets - Laytime and Demurrage
- The Dry Bulk Market - Post fixture work
- The Liquid Bulk Market Ship revenues and expenses
The course introduced - The Container Market
- The RoRo Market MODULE FIVE
me to a wide range of - The Cruise Market
- Specialist Markets Maritime, Commercial and Shipping Law
aspects in the maritime Shipping companies Fundamentals of law: the legal system
International institutions - Common law
business, and I can now - Equity
MODULE TWO - Civil law
deal with these in a much - Common law and statute
Industry Segments, Ship Characteristics, - Criminal law
more confident way. I can Manning, On-board Management and - Tort
Regulation - Arbitration
certainly recommend the Ship operations Fundamentals of law: Law of Contract
course to all starting out - The four broad segments of the cargo shipping
- Offer and acceptance
- Consideration
in this interesting field. - Types of charters
- Shipbroking
- Intention to create legal relations
Maritime law: origins
(Annemarie Morace-Collart, Legal Affairs and The history of the development of ship types - English maritime law
Insurances, Ustica Lines Spa) Ship characteristics - Admiralty maritime law
- Dimensions - Maritime liens
- Seaworthiness and cargoworthiness Aspects of maritime law
Ship manning - Acquisition and ownership of ships
Management on board - Registration of ships
International regulations and conventions - Maritime safety and security
- Who makes the rules and how are they International institutions and legislation
enforced? Commercial shipping law
Introduction to ports and terminals - Contracts in international trade
- Role of ports - Contracts of affreightment
- Types of port facility - Carriage of goods by sea and documentation
- Harbour authorities and operators - The bill of lading
- Port agency International regulations
- Cargo operations - Hague Rules
- Hague-Visby Rules
MODULE THREE - Hamburg Rules
- Rotterdam Rules
Principles of Acquiring and Financing Vessels
The financial decision MODULE SIX
General principles of financing ships
Borrower structures Marine Insurance, Policies and Clauses, Risks
Senior debt Covered, Cargo Insurance and the Market
Capital markets Origins
Securitisation - The need to spread the risk
Mezzanine finance - General average
Project financing Legal background
Leasing - Maritime law
ECA financing - Cargo vs hull
Hedging - Utmost good faith

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- Interest rates
- Currency
- Bunkers
- Disclosure and warranties
Hull and Machinery insurance
- Premiums and claims
CPD CEUs - Forward freight agreements - Insured perils
- Exclusions
MODULE FOUR - Port risks
Protection and Indemnity Insurance (P&I)
Registration, Classification, Managing and Cargo insurance
INFORMATION Operating Ships, Shipping Markets, Trading
Revenues and Costs
- Insurance certificates
- Clauses and exclusions
& REGISTRATION Ship Registration - Cargo claims
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Ship Classification
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Essential contractual, commercial and operational knowledge for anyone involved
in vessel repairs


The ship repair industry is an Ship Repair Contracts: Background, Making the Contract and Financing Repairs
Management Principles, Parties and Forms Contract terms
integral part of international
Introduction to ship repair - Express terms
shipping. This course explores - The requirement for ship repair facilities - Terms implied by law
the contracts used in ship - Timeframe: planned and unplanned/urgent - Operative terms
repair and explains how best Contract management background and principles - Contingency terms
they can be managed. It also - Ramifications of poor contract management - Boilerplate terms
Phases of contract management - How are contract terms to be read and
analyses the phases of ship - Identifying requirements understood?
repair work and the processes - Negotiations Making the contract
involved. As all vessels - Production - Status of negotiations
require dockings and repairs - Post-completion - Final agreement
Parties and roles: the repair yard - Need for signature
be it planned or following - Contracts manager - Problems where the ship has already arrived at
damage or a technical failure, - Superintendent the shipyard
or after a salvage operation. - Design and naval architecture Contract issues where one party may have the
Efficient contract management - Finance and insurance right to avoid the contract
Parties and roles: the shipowner
of ship repair is essential Finance
- Technical superintendent - Price and tariff
to commercial success and - Supervisors - Early delivery bonus
this course will equip you to - Crew - Liquidated damages
manage more effective ship - Ship managers, finance and insurance - Payment
repairs. Other parties - Payment guarantees
- Classification society - Other costs, e.g. classification society
- Flag state - Interest and late payment
- Banks - Scrap materials
Strategies to plan, Commercial background and pressures
- From the ship repair yards perspective
- Lien and right of sale
Implications for owners finance and insurance
negotiate and manage - Shipowners perspective arrangements
Contract fundamentals
efficient ship repairs; - Commercial context

minimising risk and - Governing rules or applicable law MODULE FOUR

- Terms, both express and implied
effectively dealing with Negotiations and the pre-contract phase Cancellations, Variations, Delays, Warranties
problems when they - Letters of intent Cancellation by contractor or owner
- Ensuring clarity Changes, variations and modifications to the
arise. Forms of contract contract
- REPAIRCON (BIMCO): advantages and - Requirements for agreeing a variation
disadvantages - Inevitable consequences of variations on each
- Ship repair yard standard forms party
Public procurement contracts - Obtaining internal stakeholder approval
- Defence contracts and public procurement - Making and recording the agreement
- How these differ from commercial contracts - Amending the project plan as to specification,
timescale and cost
MODULE TWO Delay, disruptions and force majeure
Processes Involved in Ship Repair - Commercial effect of overruns and delays on
The specification the parties
Identifying the shipyard work required when: - Responsibility for overruns and delays
- Details are known in advance - Liquidated damages for delay

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- Damage is still being surveyed
- Crew and third parties will be involved
- Force majeure terms
- How force majeure provisions work
- When a force majeure clause does not apply
CPD CEUs Responsibility for design work
- Care needed in wording force majeure clauses
Familiarity with key terms
Delivery of ship to the shipyard Early delivery and agreed bonuses
Supervision Termination
Owners supplies - By shipyard
INFORMATION Sea trials - By owner
& REGISTRATION Approvals and certificates - Effect on each party and consequences
Acceptance by class and owners Shipyards warranty
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Losses and Damage; Insurance and Regulatory Issues
Loss of or damage to the ship
- Causes: shipyard, crew, other
Damage to the shipyard facilities
Docking/undocking risks and stability issues
- Shipyard insurance
- Owners insurance
Material, electronic and other interfacing between old and new
equipment and materials
Regulatory compliance and risks
- Shipyard country regulations
- Flag state regulations
- Employment
- Health and safety
- Environmental issues
- Customs and financial issues

Protecting Rights; Managing Risk, Liability and Disputes
Protecting rights
- Key date management systems and procedures
- Procedure for handling notices between the parties
- Proposed changes to contract terms
Risk management
- Identifying risks
Types of risk inherent in ship repair
- Risk that own party is prevented from performing
- Risk that the other party fails to perform
- Risk of third party not performing
- Need to co-ordinate third party contracts
- Force majeure
Liabilities, exclusions and limitations
Himalaya clauses
Identifying potential liabilities and deciding course of action
- Pass liability to the other party under a contract term
- Seek to limit liability
- Seek to exclude liability
- Insure against any remaining liability
Potential liabilities incurred to third parties
Dispute resolution and management
- Practical steps to avoid escalation and promote early resolution
Dispute resolution methods to use, including advantages and
disadvantages, costs and time scale
- Negotiation
- Expert determination (e.g. class)
- Arbitration
- Mediation
- Court proceedings
Choosing the legal system to govern the contract and agreed forum
Ramifications of dispute resolution on performance of the ship repair
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For anyone interested in the negotiation, preparation and completion of
buying and selling ships


Physical ship condition
You will develop a balanced Introduction to Sale and Purchase, Parties, - Structure
Roles and Contracts - Risk
knowledge and understanding Background to ship sale and purchase - Condition at inspection
of ship sale and purchase The parties and understanding their roles - Terms and conditions
including the commercial - Seller and buyer - Sellers additional obligations
- S&P brokers Buyers representatives
aspects to enable effective - Flag State Default
negotiation, the processes and - Classification Society Dispute resolution and governing law
the legal framework. - Banks and other investors - Arbitration
- Valuers - Mediation
- Professional advisors
It is written to provide Contracts MODULE FIVE
maximum relevancy - BIMCO SALEFORM 93
- Other S&P contract forms The Memorandum of Agreement Part III: Other
and deliver a thorough Price assessment, valuations and inspection Terms and Ship Recycling
understanding of the roles of Choice of flag state by buyer MOA terms outside of the standard process
the parties in conducting ship - Additional documents at delivery
MODULE TWO - Inspection rights
sale and purchase transactions. - Guarantee by the seller/buyer
The Shipbroker and Formation of the Contract - Liquidated damages
in Sale and Purchase - Post-delivery rights
The role of the shipbroker - Excluding or limiting liability
I found the course - Broker as agent
- Authority
Boilerplate terms
- Entire agreement
material easy to follow, - Duties and care - Variation
- Commission - Assignment and novation
informative and focused - International considerations - Third party rights
Formation of the contract
on the key issues related - Parties capacity to contract and third parties
- Force Majeure
- Good faith
to Sale and Purchase. - Formation of legally binding contracts
- Offer
- Preservation of rights
- Confidentiality
I now not only have a - Acceptance - Relative priority of contract clauses
- Certainty of terms - Contract execution
better understanding of - Intention to create legal relations - Notices
- Consideration
the process but will be - Misrepresentation
Dispute resolution clause
Terms in unusual circumstances
more confident when - Contract terms and formalities
dealing with issues arising MODULE THREE
Performance Guarantees, Default, Remedies
from Sale and Purchase. The Memorandum of Agreement Part I: Details, and Arbitration
Descriptions, Price and Delivery Payment of the purchase price
(Brian Purtle, Manager of Technical Performance
The nature of an MOA - MOA provisions
Group, Lloyds Register)
Details of the parties - Practical banking problems
Description of ship and equipment - Solutions
Price, deposit and payment Dealing with the unexpected
- Purchase price Remedies
- Interest - Negligence
- Time period for deposit - Damages
Inspection and drydocking - Sales of Goods Act 1979
- Details and pre-purchase inspection - Declarations
- Drydocking and divers inspection - Legal costs
Delivery Buyer in default
- Notice - Failure to pay deposit
- Place - Failure to pay purchase price
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- Timing
Name and markings
Seller in default
- Failure to tender valid notice of readiness
- Failure to effect a legal transfer
Sale of ships for recycling
The Memorandum of Agreement Part II: Performance guarantees
Delivery Process, Documentation, Condition - Bank, corporate and individual guarantees
- Legal issues
INFORMATION Delivery process
- Timing
- Formalities
- Demands
& REGISTRATION Documentation - Enforcement
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- Current certificate ownership
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How the courses work

Foundation Diploma
Developing your knowledge to a higher operational level for specific sectors
and disciplines within the maritime domain, Foundation Diplomas provide an
accelerated path to career enhancement with a focus on vocational application.

Designed to build an advanced level of understanding of a specific subject, they

impart detailed practical knowledge from industry and academic leaders, helping
you boost your professional development without having to take time away from
your current work.

With study breaks built in throughout the course and dedicated online tutorial
support, Foundation Diplomas deliver comprehensive education in a flexible
format, providing the ideal stepping stone to more advanced studies or career

Teaching Method
Courses are delivered by distance learning, with access to associated online course discussion
forums managed by the course director.

Module Delivery
Modules are released online, one every two weeks over the duration of the course. The modules
can be downloaded as PDF files and you can save them to your computer as well as print them
out to study whilst you are on the move.

Foundation Diplomas are delivered over 6 months.

There is an online test to check your understanding at the end of each module. All tests must
be completed by the end of the course. There is also a final written assignment to be submitted
when the course finishes.

Those who successfully complete all the tests and the final assignment will be awarded a
certificate of completion from Lloyds Maritime Academy which may be used for CPD purposes.

Tutor Support
Tutor support is provided via the online discussion board where students can also network with
their peers.

The information provided above is a broad outline of what students can expect. Individual course
brochures and websites will provide a more comprehensive overview of each courses content and

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A thorough and practical insight into maritime law and its underpinning
commercial, safety and environmental codes and principles


Providing a thorough Introduction to Admiralty Law and Practice Liability for Oil Pollution
knowledge and understanding Maritime claims Introduction
Beneficial ownership and existing commercial Oil pollution from tankers
of the key principles of reality in shipping Application of the International Convention on
Admiralty Law. It analyses One-ship companies in the shipping business Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage (CLC)
the commercial, safety and Basic concepts of flag state, flags of convenience Limitation of liability for oil pollution under the
and registration of vessels CLC
environmental issues which The ISM Code and why it is relevant to the study Admissibility and assessment of claims
shape maritime legal practice, of admiralty law and practice Pollution from ships bunkers
with particular focus on the Basic shipping technology relevant to the study Limitation of liability for bunker spills
of admiralty law and practice Liability of particular parties
issues arising from incidents Other relevant terminology Response to an incident
and accidents. Concluding remarks Criminal liability
Current legal developments
MODULE TWO Conclusions
Collisions at Sea Consequences and Liability
Very informative, clear, Collisions and their consequences

concise and unambiguous The parties potentially liable for the Limitation of Liability
consequences of a collision Introduction
in terms of language. The Pollution liabilities arising from a collision The 1957 Convention
Deciding the governing law and which court has The 1976 Convention
modules cover relevant jurisdiction over disputes arising out of a collision Which vessels can limit liability
areas in detail that can Limitation of liability and provision of security for Which parties can limit liability
claims Claims against which limitation of liability can be
be easily understood by a Evidence collection invoked
The determination of liability The limits of liability
student studying Maritime - Causation The 1996 Protocol
Law for the first time. - Apportionment of liability Procedure how to invoke limitation of liability
How to set up a limitation fund in England: the
(Student, July 2012 Intake) MODULE THREE mechanics
Forum shopping
Collisions at Sea Damages
Remoteness of damages MODULE EIGHT
- General principles
- Kind and extent of damage Nature of the Admiralty Jurisdiction
- Mitigation of loss or damage Introduction to admiralty jurisdiction and brief
Assessment of damages historical development
- General principles Mode of exercise of admiralty jurisdiction
- Total loss and partial loss Ship arrest and procedure
- Loss of profit Liens
- Detention and dock charges Priorities of claims
MODULE FOUR Rules and Doctrines Relevant to Admiralty
Salvage Practice
Context in which the law of salvage has evolved Time limits
Underlying principles of the law of salvage Forum non conveniens
Preconditions of the law of salvage Anti-suit injunctions
The principle of No Cure No Pay Arbitration agreements and stays
The advent of Environmental Salvage Relevant EU rules and conventions
The pro-rata principle for contribution towards

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Salvors negligence
100% hours Procedural issues for salvage claims
General Average General Principles
CPD CPD CEUs Basic principles
MODULE FIVE Types of general average loss
Substituted expenses
Towage Application of the York-Antwerp Rules
Principles of towage Adjustment
INFORMATION The making of the contract and implied terms Liability to contribute
& REGISTRATION Relationship of tug and tow to third party Concluding remarks
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A comprehensive overview and in-depth analysis of key concepts, practices and
strategies involved in the chartering of tankers


Take your tanker chartering Introduction to Tanker Charters The Charter Period
knowledge to the next level. Charterparties Forms of contract
Law and dispute resolution clauses - Bareboat or demise charters
Formation of a contract - Voyage charters
As well as providing a The English legal system - Time charters
solid understanding of the Duration under time charters
contractual foundation to MODULE TWO - The basic charter period and tolerances
tanker charterparties, the Vetting - Options and extensions to the basic period
- Addition of off-hire time and dry-docking
course examines the practical Tanker vetting
- Final voyage clauses
stages involved in chartering Vetting systems
- What is the charter period?
Current approvals practice
tankers, including issues such Oil major approvals clauses
- Options and extensions to calculate the final
as dangerous cargoes and terminal date
Consequences of rejection
- Legitimacy of final voyage orders
pollution. - Misrepresentation
- Breach of contractual term Early termination cancellation, breach and
The Seaflower frustration
Drafting oil major approvals clauses - Owners breach of condition of the
MODULE THREE - Oil major approvals breach of condition
A specialised sector - Owners right to withdraw and/or terminate
Laytime and Laycan
requiring a specialised - Frustration
Laytime Damages for breach of duration
course. - Definitions of laytime and the laydays/
cancelling clause (lay/can) MODULE SIX
- Definition of demurrage Off-Hire and Performance
- Detention Delivery of the vessel into service
Explains tanker charters Despatch - Laycan narrowing process and delivery notices
and how they are - Terms load and discharge rates
Specific documents for laytime
- The owners responsibilities
- Cancellation
different, in theory and - Bill of lading - Damages for failure to deliver?
- Charterparty Off-hire claims
application. - Notice of readiness (NOR) - General principles
- Statement of facts - Types of off-hire clause
- The Laura Prima - When can a vessel be placed off-hire under
Interruptions to laytime Shelltime 4?
- Tanker laytime - Can off-hire arise out of the charterers breach?
- Off-hire v damages
MODULE FOUR Performance claims
Vessel Loading and Discharging - Performance and off-hire claims
- Clause 24 of Shelltime 4
Glossary of terms
Proceeding to the load port
- Estimated time of arrival (ETA) notices MODULE SEVEN
- NOR and arrival Pollution and Financial Responsibility
At the load port
Oil pollution from tankers
- Tank preparation
Pollution by hazardous and noxious substances
- Stability
Pollution from ships bunkers
- Taking samples
Liability of particular parties
- The commencement of loading

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Response to an incident
SRA - Completion of loading and ascertaining cargo
Criminal liability
100% hours
quantity and quality
Current legal developments
CEUs - Cross-contamination
CPD CPD At the discharge port Conclusion
- Pumping warranties
- Crude oil washing (COW)
- Delivery obligations
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Companies that have already benefited from the Lloyds
Cargo Claims, Shortages and Contamination Maritime Academy Chartering programmes include:
General features of tanker charterparties as they
concern cargo Alcotra SA Management and
Cargo claims brought under charterparties Atlas Chemical Tankers AS Transportation Co
compared to bills of lading Barry Rogliano Salles Mikael Lund Shipping
Common features of charterparties in relation to Belarusian Potash Company National Shipping
cargo claims
Belgo-Iberian Maritime NV Corporation
Cargo shortages
Cargo contamination Burrem Engergy Shipping Navi Chartering
Cargo indemnity claims brought by owners Cargill International SA Neste Shipping Oy
against charterers Carnival UK Nigerian Oil Company
CSL International Pakistan National Shipping
MODULE NINE Devonia Shipping Port Balchik SA
Dangerous Cargo Donnelly Tanker Management PTSC Marine Co, Ltd
Definitions of dangerous cargo Euro Enterprise Qatar Petrolium
- Express clauses in the charterparty Far Eastern Shipping RasGas Company Ltd
- Conventions and statutes Company Ribex Maritime
- Common law Fayette International Holdings Safety First INC
- Dangerous cargo as defined in the Hague/
Gard AS Saint-Gobain Pipeline (China)
Hague Visby Rules
GB Shipping & Chartering Sakhalin Shipping Company
Rights and duties in respect of dangerous
cargoes in charterparties Havrico Insurance SA Scottishpower
- Common Law: the shippers or charterers Intershipping Ltd ST Shipping and Transport
implied duty Kineta Minerals & Metals Ltd Stolt Nielsen Transportation
- The Hague/Hague Visby Rules: rights of Knock Tankers Ltd Group
owners Kuwait Petroleum (KPC) Tergran
- Owners breach of Article III Rule 2
Levant Oil International Trade Line LLC
- Can charterers rely on Article IV Rule 3 to
escape liability for loading dangerous cargo? Lister Europe ltd Transammonia AG
- Do the Hague/Hague Visby Rules override the Litasco UN World Food Programme
common law position? M&C Chrysanthou Marine UPT United Product Tankers
- Implied indemnity: owners rights Services Ltd UTC Overseas Inc
Proving that the cargo was dangerous and Malaysia Darul Jaya Vela International Marine Ltd
caused the damage Maritax Law Office Western Bulk Pte Ltd
Marvel International World Waves Shipping Co
Dispute Resolution
- English civil court system
- Basic procedure of a High Court claim
- Costs
- Woolf reforms
- Practical issues
- Advantages and disadvantages of litigation
Alternative dispute resolution
- Arbitration
- Mediation
- Other dispute resolution methods
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A complete and detailed guide to time charters, combining legal principles with
applied negotiation and management strategies


The brokers role
The Baltic Exchange
Develop your expertise in all An Introduction to Time Charterparties
Formation of binding fixture key elements
aspects of time charters, from Time charters Brokers authority or mandate
- What are the key elements of a time charter? Who is the principal?
supporting legal principles to - What is the key difference with a voyage The negotiations
parties rights and obligations. charter? Some practical or legal problems
- Risks and benefits of time charters
This unique programme - Who pays for what? MODULE SEVEN
- Standard time charterparty terms
combines legal theory with Hire and the Right of Withdrawal for Late
- Charterparty forms Payment
practical tools to give a global - Differences with other charterparty forms
understanding of how time - Summary Contractual
When hire payments start
charters are formed, how they The English legal system
When hire payments end
are applied, and how problems - Court system
How hire is to be paid
Dispute resolution
can be resolved. - Litigation
Permissible deductions from hire
When is hire to be paid
- Alternative dispute resolution
Anti-technicality clause
- Other dispute resolution methods When does the right of withdrawal arise
The act of withdrawal
MODULE TWO Wrongful withdrawal
Teaches how to navigate Understanding Owners Obligations What happens after withdrawal
the complexities of time Contractual terms regarding description of the Rights and remedies

charterparties. vessel
Owners delivery obligations MODULE EIGHT
Obligations of shipowners question of fact A Guide to Off-Hire Clauses
Consequences of breach of delivery obligations Introduction and general principles
Cancellation Types of off-hire clause
A very helpful analysis In which circumstances can a vessel be placed
of standard forms and MODULE THREE Can an efficient vessel be placed off-hire?
common difficulties. The Charterparty Period: Problems Can off-hire arise out of the charterers breach?
What is the legal effect of a vessel going off-hire?
Commencement of period delivery
Time charter trips Off-hire v damages
End of period redelivery
Case study Speed and Consumption Claims
Did the charterparty give any warranties as to
MODULE FOUR speed and consumption?
The Charterer and the Chartered Vessel: The What were the warranties given in the
Charterers Rights charterparty?
The right to get what was bargained for How should the vessels performance be
The right to use what was bargained for calculated?
The right to procure the issue of bills of lading What does case law say about calculating
The right to make deductions from hire performance?
Which were the good weather days?
MODULE FIVE Has the vessel complied with the speed
Safe Ports, Berths and Places Has the vessel complied with the consumption
Recognising the promise of safety warranty?

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The nature of the charterers obligation
SRA The legal test of safety MODULE TEN
100% hours The difference between safe port and safe berth Bills of Lading and Time Charterparties
CPD CPD CEUs promises
Aspects of the test of safety explained The history and functions of a bill of lading
Causation Formation of the bill of lading contract
Defences available to the charterer Who can sign bills of lading issued by the
INFORMATION The rights available to the owner in the event of
a breach Liability of owner for mis-statements in
& REGISTRATION charterers bills
Claims against the owner where he is not a party
+44 (0)20 7017 5510 MODULE SIX
to the bill of lading contract
+1 (646) 957 8929 Introduction to Charterparty Contract Rights of owner where he is not a party to the bill
lma@informa.com Negotiation of lading contract
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Developing a detailed understanding of voyage charters, from legal foundations to
practical application and dispute resolution

COURSE OVERVIEW: MODULE ONE Completion of laytime

Upgrade your understanding of Formation and Terms of Charter
all aspects of voyage charters. Formation Calculating demurrage
The terms of a voyage charter
Build on basic legal knowledge
The legal status of what is said when negotiating MODULE SEVEN
to give highly practical insight a voyage charter
into how voyage charterparties The classification and interpretation of terms in a Bills of Lading
are constructed, negotiated voyage charter The history and functions of a bill of lading
and managed. Construction and interpretation of a voyage Formation of the bill of lading contract
charterparty The incorporation of the terms of the voyage
charterparty into the bill of lading
MODULE TWO Conflict between charterers rights under the
charter and shipowners obligations under the bill
Delivery, Cancellation and Frustration
of lading
Delivers understanding Laycan provisions Bills imposing on owners greater liabilities than
of the process from Delivery obligations and notice of readiness
those imposed by the voyage charter

beginning to end, as it Operation of a cancelling clause MODULE EIGHT

Damages for late arrival
happens in the real world Frustration and cancellation of a charter The Hague and Hague Visby Rules in
MODULE THREE Overview: what are the Hague and Hague Visby
Cargo Provisions
Gives clear and detailed What is cargo?
Main features of the Hague and Hague Visby
explanations of voyage What is the owner obliged to do? Bills of lading issued under a voyage charterparty
What is the charterer obliged to do?
charter complexities Who is obliged to load the cargo?
Application of the Rules to charterparties
How wide is the effect of the incorporation of
Where does the cargo have to be stowed? the Rules in voyage charters?
Discharge of the cargo Impact of the Rotterdam Rules


Choice of Ports, Berths and Destinations Remedies for Breach and the Approach to
Nomination of loading and discharging places Exclusion Clauses
The charterers promise of safety Breach
The nature of the charterers obligation Damages
The legal test of safety Causation and remoteness
The difference between safe port and safe berth Mitigation
promises Exemplary damages
Aspects of the test of safety explained Liquidated damages
Causation Interest
Defences available to the charterer to claims for Specific voyage charter breaches
breach of the promise Other remedies
The rights available to the owner in the event of Exclusion clauses
a breach
A Guide to Dispute Resolution
Freight and Deadfreight
When freight is earned and when it falls due Alternative Dispute Resolution
100% 35 3.5

Deductions from freight
How freight is calculated
- Arbitration
- Mediation
CPD CPD CEUs By whom freight is payable - Other dispute resolution methods
Remedies for non-payment of freight and
& REGISTRATION Laytime and Demurrage
+44 (0)20 7017 5510
Commencement of laytime
+1 (646) 957 8929
Calculating laytime
Exceptions to laytime
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How the courses work

Diploma and Postgraduate Diploma
Developed in conjunction with leading academic and professional bodies these
Provides a great insight courses offer the opportunity to gain a qualification that is also professionally
to maritime law and how accredited. Covering technical, management, legal and financial subjects these
it is applies to marine courses provide essential information that can be immediately applied to your
insurance. The flexibility current role and facilitate career progression.
of the online course is
Teaching Method
allowing me to further
Courses are delivered by distance learning, with access to associated online course discussion
my education while still forums.
managing a career.
Module Delivery
(Ryan Riske, Worldwide Facilities, Inc -
Postgraduate Diploma in Marine Insurance) Modules are released approximately one every four weeks. Electronic versions of the materials in
PDF format are available to download, save to your computer, and print from the course website.
You can also opt to have hard copies for an additional fee. The modules are designed to be self-
contained; however, a supplementary reading list will be included in the course handbook.

Courses last for 12 months (16 months for Postgraduate Diploma in Maritime Law).

Courses are assessed by written assignments at regular intervals, which are a compulsory
element of the course.

Assignments include a variety of formats designed to test understanding of all the modules.

Postgraduate diploma courses end with an examination. Examinations are normally held in
London, however, subject to available support facilities, arrangements can be made for candidates
to sit the exam in the location at which they are based at the time.

Upon successful completion of the course a certificate will be awarded referencing the
qualification gained with recognition from the awarding academic body.

Tutor Support
Support is provided via the online course forum offering you the opportunity to interact with your
peers and the Course Director for the duration of the course.

The information provided above is a broad outline of what students can expect. Individual course
brochures and websites will provide a more comprehensive overview of each courses content and

+44 (0)20 7017 5510
+1 (646) 957 8929
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Become an informed professional agent for the recruitment and management of
sea-going staff

COURSE OVERVIEW: MODULE ONE Training and development

- Financial incentives
Introduction to Crew Management
The course, in addition to - Maritime Education and Training (MET) providers and
Overview of ships, commodities and trade company training centres around the world
covering operational issues, Development of ship manning and the crew Planning: resources, career paths, gap/surplus prediction
considers the relevant management Code of conduct and disciplinary proceedings
Present and future economic and strategic drivers The impact of the Maritime Labour Convention 2006 on
conventions and regulations Role of crew managers the Industry and the parts affecting Crew Management
including insurance and Labour surveys BIMCO/ISF will be fully discussed
Overview of labour markets
applicable law as well as the Aspects of crew management MODULE SEVEN
commercial principles of Crew Management Operations
business management. Crew travel, repatriation
Regulatory Framework - Managing injuries, illness and death
Background to key bodies Documentation: ID, medicals, visas
- International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Communications and IT systems
- International Labour Organisation (ILO) - Crew communications - company policies
Even with a long - International Transport Workers Federation (ITF) Troubleshooting case studies
- International Shipping Federation (ISF)
experience as a crew Relevant conventions
- Arrested ships
- Stranded crews
manager, I have learnt a - STCW, SOLAS, MARPOL
- ILO Maritime Labour Convention
Quality standards, systems and auditing
Ships agency
lot from this course and Ship registration
Ship classes MODULE EIGHT
can fully recommend Ship cargos
Security: ISPS Code, piracy Customer Relations
participation to both new Seafarers rights and regulations Roles, competencies and demands of ship owners,
managers and other stakeholders
entrants and experienced MODULE THREE Managing internal and external customers
Marketing strategies and business development
staff. Essential Law PR and communication skills
Relevant maritime law Strategic account management
(Capt Dimos Psyllakis, Prime Marine General employment law issues Providing more than the contract requires
Management Inc) Dispute resolution Co-ordinating teamwork between all interested parties
Crew contracts
- Main clauses which should be included and common MODULE NINE
additional clauses
- Making crew contracts watertight Crew Welfare
- Key principles affecting crew contracts Language, religion and cultural diversity
- Guarding against the ineffective crew contract Multinational crews
Quality assured maritime health services, rehabilitation
Very interesting course, MODULE FOUR and counselling
useful information, Insurance
Supporting associations and services
- Support of abandoned seafarers
good guidelines to good P&I
- History
- International Sports for Seafarers (ISS)
- International Seafarers Assistance Network
manning strategy. - The concept of mutuality
- P&I Club cover (ISAN)
(A Bihr, Scan Geophysical Policy and cover - International Committee on Seafarers Welfare
- How P&I works (ICSW)
- How clubs work Crew calling and other benefits
- Limitations On-board catering
Handling crew claims - Balanced diet for all nationalities
- Liabilities - Ship programme
- Legal and contractual Drugs and alcohol policy
- Extent of cover
- Testing systems, guidelines and procedures,
MODULE FIVE ethics and legal issues
Psychosocial aspects
Finance, Accounting and Business Planning Legal and ethical issues
Relationship between the crew manager and principal - Seafarers health
Best practice in financial management systems - Role of employer and employee
Awarded by: Margins and fee structures Training and education
Accounting and key terms - Employee and employers
Credit analysis International guidelines on seafarers health and welfare
Budgeting and forecasting - Health systems
MODULE SIX - Medical chest
- International medical guide for ships
Competency and People Management - First aid training of seafarers
INFORMATION Competency Seafarers recreation
& REGISTRATION Recruitment and selection
- Nationality, qualification authenticity and verification
- Leisure
- Entertainment
+44 (0)20 7017 5510 Crew retention - Exercise
+1 (646) 957 8929 Employment of captain Addressing the problems of multinational crews
- Advantages and disadvantages of agency or direct Shore leave for seafarers
lma@informa.com employment
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Be prepared for the investigation of incidents and accidents


- Non liquid cargos
Preparing anyone in the The Shipping Industry in 2011 - Stowage considerations
Key players in marine investigation: owners, - Containers
shipping industry for incidents insurers, lawyers - Dangerous goods
by examining what might - Know your client who do you represent? - International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code
cause an accident, what to Legislation and regulators - The need for training
- The United Nations family and the
do once it has happened and International Maritime Organisation (IMO) MODULE FOUR
through investigations suggest - International Maritime Organisation
- United Nations Convention on Law of the Sea Enforcement
recommendations to prevent
(UNCLOS) Primacy
future occurrences. - Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) convention - Enforce or investigate?
- The origins and developments of safety of life - Jurisdiction
at sea Liaison with key personnel
International Safety Management (ISM) - Investigators
This course is - Framework and compliance - Insurers
International Ship and Port Facility Security Code - Government safety officials
excellent and of great - Introduction of the ISPS Code Initial enforcement actions
- Structure - Need for immediate action
value for Maritime - Threat assessment Legal status
Superintendents, Master - Activation
International Convention for the Prevention of
Statements and due process
Mariners and instructors Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) Reports
- Framework Follow-up
participating in simulator - Jurisdiction Closure
- Application
incident projects. Collision Regulation (COLREG) MODULE FIVE
(Capt Gunnar Gudmundseth, Ship Manoeuvring - Rules of the sea
Safe manning Data Collection and the Systemic Approach
Simulator Centre AS)
- The law and the reality Data collection/ types, sources and filters
Safety investigations methodology of national
MODULE TWO boards and the IMO approach
Collection of information
Types of Incidents
Very useful in Human error
- On-scene control of evidence
- Voyage date recorders
understanding the cause - Decreased crewing and increased automation - Log book, craft data record
- Increased seafarers hours - Nautical instrument and external records
of the casualty; and the - Communication multicultural crews - Casualty photography
- Stress management - Witness interview techniques
preparation required - Drug and alcohol legislation and testing Personal safety / hazards in investigation
before the under taking of Mechanical failure
Incidents of a criminal nature
Sequence of events and unsafe acts
Error classification / slips, lapses, mistakes and
a survey. Accidents adaptations
- Grounding, fire and explosions Organisational and management factors/root
(R. Jacobus, Port of St. Maarten) - Determining the cause of accidents cause analysis
Piracy and terrorism Risk assessment for investigative purposes
Safety Investigation Reports
MODULE THREE - Common report structures
- Report writing process
Technical Causes of Incidents - Analytical traps
- Root causes of failure MODULE SIX
- Mechanical design
- Operational conditions Results of Incidents
- Failure due to environment Managing maritime emergencies - search and
- Impact damage rescue
Awarded by: - Breakdown maintenance Pollution prevention and response, salvage &
- Planned maintenance wreck, and maritime assistance services
- Condition based maintenance Major incidents
Surveying of vessel and machinery Working with the news media and the public
- Types of survey Recovery and lessons learned
- Vessels requiring survey
- Breakdown surveys MODULE SEVEN
INFORMATION - Inspection of damaged parts or defective
Legal implications
& REGISTRATION - Impact damage Oversight and ombudsman investigations
+44 (0)20 7017 5510 - Classification surveys Litigation and dispute resolution
- Type approval of equipment Liability
+1 (646) 957 8929 Marine insurance
Cargo surveying
lma@informa.com - Reasons for surveying cargo Testifying in court
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Giving you the qualification and tools to deliver in maritime purchasing & supply


- Insurance of goods in transit
Intended for all purchasing Introduction to Purchasing
Total cost of ownership
practioners in ship owning, Forward - Welcome to the distance learning Developing suppliers
course Approval of suppliers
operating and management
Introduction to International Purchasing & Supply Positioning products and services
companies as well as all ship Association (IMPA) Outsourcing
suppliers across the globe. Marine Stores Guide
IMPAs Purchasing Tool Box MODULE FOUR
It covers the key topics Types of ships
Machinery and equipment, planned maintenance Inventory Management
required by todays purchasing systems Categories of goods and services: raw materials
and supply professionals Marine products and services and recommended differing approaches
giving insights into current - Cost (volume, quality, place and time) Stock: holding, valuation, cost and stock control
trends affecting the industry The purchasing cycle methods
Generation of orders Integration of ship maintenance with spares
and developments in the
- Stock replenishment requirements and purchasing (Minimum stock
art and science of maritime - Work related generation levels - buying in time and commonality of spares
purchasing. - Breakdowns across the fleet)
- Surveys Management techniques
- Worn parts/maintenance schedules Just in time (JIT)/on demand
- Materials orders Warehousing design, materials handling lean
The course covers a wide Authorisation of orders manufacturing techniques
range of topics in sufficient - Office authorisation Information, documentation and transaction
detail to give a balanced - Ship authorisation recording
Approval invoicing and payment for goods/
and knowledgeable view of services MODULE FIVE
the marine purchasing and - Handling of partial orders
Maritime Supply Chain Automation and
supply chain environment. Appropriate records
- Office based systems
The module authors are - Ship based systems Purchasing systems
obviously experts in their - Computerised systems - Office based systems
Roles: buyer, seller, intermediaries, 3PLs, - Vessel based systems
fields and provide useful case Electronic purchasing systems
studies and both theoretical Quality E-commerce
and practical information. - Writing marine technical specifications - What is e-commerce?
- Receipt and acceptance of technical - Status
Overall, an excellent learning - Current commercial provider
equipment or services
experience that has proved Electronic data standards
very relevant to my daily MODULE TWO - Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
- Marine Trading Markup Language (MTML)
work! Supplier Management Electronic catalogues
(Simon Potter, Maersk) Sources of marine goods and services - IMPA marine stores guide
- Sourcing methods; Request For Proposal (RFP), Using the web, asset visibility, in-transit visibility,
tender, direct Management Information Systems (MIS)
Selection of supplier
- Approved suppliers MODULE SIX
- Non-approved suppliers
Finance, Accounting and Business Analysis
- Original equipment manufacturer and non-
original equipment manufacturer spares Finance
Effective negotiation - Types: debt, equity, other
- Planning/preparation (SWOT/variables) - Sources of finance
Awarded by:
- Strategy and objectives Accounting
- Tactics, the negotiation and follow-up - Balance sheet, profit and loss, cash flow
Supplier appraisal statement, MIS
Performance measurement - Evaluation techniques
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) Budgeting
Developing win-win long-term partnerships with - Setting budgets with budget holders
INFORMATION key suppliers in hub ports - Phasing of budgets
& REGISTRATION Total cost calculation
+44 (0)20 7017 5510 Capital project appraisal
+1 (646) 957 8929 Purchasing Strategy - Return on investment (ROI)
lma@informa.com Supply chain management - Payback
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- Discounted cash flow (DCF)

Companies that have already benefited from the Diploma in
- Net present value (NPV)
Marine Purchasing and Supply Management include:
- Internal rate of return (IRR)
Analysing supplier information
A.P. Moller - Maersk Marinehub PTE Ltd
Statistical methods for purchasing analysis A/S Dampskibsselskabet Torm Massoel Meridian Ltd
AL Shabia Engineering Massoel UK Ltd
MODULE SEVEN Alex Trincado Fernandez Megtimex Nigeria Ltd
Andrew Weir Shipping Mercy Ships
Legal Issues of Marine Purchasing Contracts Arcadia Shipmanagement Co Ltd Meridian Marine Management
Asean Shipstores Mermaid Offshore Services
Introductory overview ASP Ship Management Middle East Fuji LLC
Jurisdiction and applicable law Astilleros Braswell Intel Modec Management Services
The nature of English common law Atlas International Shipchandling Trading Co. MOL Ship Management (Europe) BV
Barber Ship Management Moling Tansport (Europe) Ltd
Tort: negligence and misrepresentation Bearings Ltd Nakilat Fuji L.L.C
An introduction to contract law Beltship Management Ltd Navimar SA
Sale of goods contracts Benelux Overseas Inc Neva Metall Trade Ltd
Bernhard Schute Shipmanagement Nico Middle East Ltd
Supply of goods and services contracts (Deutschland) GmbH Co. kg Norgas Carriers AS
Contracts of affreightment Bibby Offshore Ltd Norgas Fleet Management (Shanghai) Co Ltd
Agency Bibby Ship Management Northern Marine Management
Brittany Ferries Novoship (UK) Ltd
Dispute resolution and evidence Brooklyn Mainport Ltd NYK LNG Shipmanagement (UK) Ltd
Bumi Armada Australia Pty Ltd Ocean Bulk Carriers Ltd
MODULE EIGHT Carisbrooke Shipping Ltd OSG Ship Management
Ceres LNG Services Ltd OSS Maritime Group Pty Ltd
Global Logistics and International Purchasing Chevron United Kingdom Ltd OW Bunkers
Ciel Ship management S.A Paradise Navigation S.A
International issues: INCOTERMS, documentation CIS Navigation Inc Pearl Marine Services W.L.L.
Modes of transport and multi-modal logistics Cisam S.L. Phoenix Reederei Bereederungs GmbH
Responsibilities for insurance Clipper Group Port of London Authority
Columbia Ship Management GmbH Portline
Ports and customs clearance COMARIT Prestige Marine Group
Currency exchange risk and hedging methods Consilium Fire & Gas AB Princess Crusies Line Ltd
Payment methods Cyprus Maritime Co Ltd Rangk Ltd
D/S Torm Reederei Blue Star GmbH
DAO Shipping Rickmers Shipmanagement (Singapore)
MODULE NINE Deckhouse LLC Pte Ltd
Delfi S.A - IMS S.A Group Runtong Marine Service Company Ltd
International Maritime Controls Det Norske Veritas (DNV) SAGA Shipping Co. Ltd
International organisations DFDS Lisco AB Saipem S.A
Diamond Ship Management Scandlines Danmark A/S
- The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Dorchester Maritime Ltd Scandlines Deutschland GmbH
- The World Customs Organisation (WCO) DSD Shipping AS Schaar & Niemeyer PTE Ltd
- The World Trade Organisation (WTO) E.R. Schiffahrt GmbH &Cie.KG Sea Star Line, LLC
International legislation EMS Ship Supply Spain S.A Seaspan Ship Management Ltd
Ernst Russ GmbH & Co. KG Seatrade Groningen
- SOLAS Euronav Ship Management Seatruck Ferries Ltd
- Hague-Visby Rules Faisal Marine & Trading Company Seaway Marine Transport
- Harmonised tariff FAL Shipping Co Ltd Serco Denholm
Farstad Shipping Ltd Shell International Trading & Shipping
- CT-PAT Finning UK Ltd ShipNet AS
- ISO 28000/28001 Finval Spa Shipserv Ltd
Controls and procedures Flota Petrolera Ecuatoriana Single Buoy Moorings
- Import customs controls Francois Marine Services Pte Ltd Stamford Navigation
Fred Olsen Marine Services AS STAR Reefers
- Export customs controls Fuji Trading Co. Ltd Starindo Capricorn Shipping Pte Ltd
- Import duty relief Gardline Geosurvey Ltd Stoltchiem Ship Management Ltd
- Rules of origin and trade preferences Glitz Global Services Ltd Swire Pacific Offshore
Global Marine Systems Ltd Tec Container S.A
- Export licensing Golden Harvest Shipping Service co. Tecto NV
- Movements within the European Union Grandweld Teekay Navion Offshore Loading Pte Ltd
Compliances Gulf Offshore N.S Ltd Teekay Shipping Spain
- Audit trails Heerema Marine Contractors Nederland B.V Terminales Del Sudeste
HMS Far East Pte Ltd Tidewater Marine N.S Ltd
- Logistics and commercial Hoegh Fleet Services Tidewater Marine North Sea Ltd
- Customs documentation Hutton & Co (Ship Chandlers) Ltd Tinworth Pte Gabon Branch (Pedro martins)
- Accuracy of information IMS BV Torm a/s
Internaut Shipping Ltd Triton Schiffahrts GMBH
- Internal records ITC Management BV Unicom Management Services (Cyprus) Ltd
- Proof of shipment J. Lauritzen A/S United Marine Dredging
James Fisher Shipping Services V Ships Germany GmbH & Co Kg
Kaalbye Shipping Int. Ltd Valour Offshore Marine Services Pte Ltd
Klaveness Maritime Agency, Inc Vassilev Maritime Nak.ve Dis Tic. Ltd Sti
Kongsberg Maritime Ltd VBSK GmbH & Co
KTL Ship Supply Vroon B.V.
Kuwait Oil Tanker Co. VT Shipbuilding
Litat Shipping Cord./Richard Shipping Co S.A Wallem Ship Management Ltd
Lumar SA Wilhelmsen Ship Management
Maersk Ship Management Woodman Towers Business Solutions
Marine Turbo Eng Ltd
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The industrys leading international marine surveying qualification


This world-renowned The Maritime Industry and Marine Survey
programme is designed Impact of the computer
Part I - The Marine Surveyors Customer Base Design considerations
primarily to support the
The structure of the maritime industry Human factors
valuable and important work
The purpose of maritime transport
that marine surveyors around Strategy for maritime safety MODULE FIVE
the globe carry out. Occupational health and safety
Marine Surveying Law
Quality and audits
ISM Code Part I - Professional Negligence
Combining essential technical
Port State Control The Law of Contract
requirements, up to date Risk management and formal safety assessment The Law of Tort (negligence)
legislative and regulation Part II - Marine Survey Practice Extent of liability
content as well as key business Marine surveyors, survey organisations and how Responsibility for the acts of others
skills this course provides the you define them An outline of civil procedure
Part II - Maritime Law
knowledge to assist in your Knowing your customers
personal and professional Types of surveys Registration and conveyance of ships
When things go wrong Admiralty Court jurisdiction
development towards How to go about a survey Collisions and salvage
becoming an informed, Setting up in business as a marine surveyor Towage and pilotage
professional marine surveyor. Pollution
MODULE TWO Introduction to shipping law
Carriage of goods by sea the contract of
Budgeting and Accounting for Surveyors
carriage and bailment
It is a very complete Money in business - the business model Global and package limitation
Business entities Time charterparties
course for such an Financing businesses and assets Voyage charterparties
extensive field. It is the Understanding accounts
- Profit and loss account
Law of evidence for expert witnesses

starting point in Marine - Balance sheet MODULE SIX

- Cash flow statement
Surveying proficiency. Elements of costing Marine Surveying Insurance
(G Formoso, Seaboard Ship Management Inc) Budgeting, budgetary control and forecasting Introduction
Working capital control and management Marine insurance law
Capital project appraisal Interaction of marine policies
Key performance indicators Cargo - carriage of goods by sea
Interpretation of accounts Hull and machinery
Other policies
- Scope of cover
Effective Writing and Reporting
- The pay to be paid rule
Part I - Effective Writing and Reporting - People claims (personal injury)
Introduction - Collisions and salvage
Preparation - Fixed and floating objects (FFO)
Structure and style - Towage and pilotage
Report writing - General average
Professional presentations - Pollution
Part II - Information Technology in Marine Limitation and forum shopping
Surveying Ship inspection regimes
Overview of Information Technology ISM code/evidence
Awarded by:
Selecting and choosing practical and cost- Dispute resolution
effective IT equipment Summary and future developments
Using IT to your advantage
Digital photography MODULE SEVEN
The internet and the World Wide Web Marine Incident Investigation
Effective use of the email system
INFORMATION Part I - Marine Incident Investigation
Legal aspects of marine incident investigation
& REGISTRATION Systemic nature of incidents
+44 (0)20 7017 5510 Naval Architecture for Surveyors The gathering of evidence
+1 (646) 957 8929 Basic concepts The analysis of evidence
lma@informa.com Flotation Case studies
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Part II - Witness Interviewing Techniques Welding SPECIALIST MODULE B

The social skills of interviewing Preparation for surveys
Liquid Cargo Surveys
Questions and question types Failures of ships structure
Periodic surveys of ships hulls An introduction to liquid cargo surveys
The cognitive interview
Inspections of the ships structure Origins of damage
Dealing with special cases
Using ultrasonic measuring equipment Stowage of liquid cargo
Keeping within the law
Putting theory to practice In-transit care and control
Liquid commodities
MODULE TEN Petroleum products
Safety Surveys Chemicals
Fundamentals of Marine Engineering Liquefied gas
Part I - Introduction to Safety Surveys
Introduction to marine engineering Animal/vegetable oils and fats
The role of the IMO
Ship design and engine room layouts
The role of governments
Diesel engine working principles SPECIALIST MODULE C
Slow, medium and high speed engines
Surveys and certification Surveying of Superyachts
Diesel engine parts
Classification societies and IACS Overview of the reasons for and the types of
Other main means of propulsion
Harmonising surveys and certification survey required by Superyachts
Power transmission
Documents of compliance - Class surveys
Reports and records - Safety surveys
Feed systems
Sub-standard ships - Pre-delivery surveys
Piping systems and pumps
Port State Control - Breakdown surveys
Gas exchange systems
Part II - Life-Saving Appliances Fuels and fuel systems - Damage surveys
Introduction Lubricants and lubricating systems The survey of yacht machinery and
Preparation for surveys Cooling systems equipment
Personal life-saving appliances Starting air systems - Primary power plant surveys
Lifeboats and rescue boats Shafting and propellers - Auxiliary machinery
Life rafts Refrigeration, air-conditioning and ventilation - Electrical equipment
Launching and embarkation arrangements Deck machinery and equipment - Navigation and communication equipment
Survival craft communications Steering gear - Safety and fire fighting equipment
Visual signals Electricity and electrical equipment Breakdown surveys and fault finding
Muster list, emergency instructions, manning Bridge control and emergency systems - Main power plant faults
of survival craft and maintenance Safety and operation of diesel engines - Pumping systems
Line-throwing appliances, emergency lighting Maintenance of ships machinery Faults and defects - hull and deck
and general alarm systems - Surveying hull structures
Testing and type approval of life-saving SPECIALIST MODULE A - Defects in coatings
Non-Liquid Cargo Surveys SPECIALIST MODULE D
Survey training
Part I
Part III - Fire Protection, Detection and Marine Environmental Surveying
Extinction General principles
Part I - Marine Environmental Surveying
Origins of damage
Introduction The need for marine environmental surveying
Preparation for surveys The main categories of marine environmental
Structural fire protection surveying
General cargo
Fire detecting equipment Surveys, surveillance and monitoring
Heavy lifts
Fixed fire-extinguishing equipment techniques of marine habitats and
Unitised cargoes
Miscellaneous fire-fighting equipment communities
Bulk cargoes
Fire control plans Assessing the environmental impact of oil
Hazardous cargoes
Part IV - Navigational Aids and Equipment Deep tank cargoes pollution incidents in the marine environment
Introduction Specific surveys Assessing the impact of the ports and
Preparation for surveys Bills of lading shipping industry on the marine environment
Navigational aids and equipment Part II Assessing the environmental impact of the
Testing and type approval of navigational introduction of non-native marine species
Damage and loss surveys
equipment Case studies
Marine insurance
General average Part II - Potential Risks and Impacts of
MODULE NINE Adjusting marine insurance claims Shipping on the Marine Environment
Hull and Structural Surveys Recoveries Oil spills
Operational pollution
Invasive species in ballast water
Ship and large yacht structures
Anti-fouling paints
Primary hull-girder and local loads
Structural design criteria
Air pollution
Materials of construction
Deterioration of materials
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Marine Engineering Surveying The course gave a comprehensive and
Introduction valuable overview of the shipping industry
- Scope of marine engineering surveys and in particular the role of the marine
- Preparation for survey
- Techniques surveyor within that sphere. I would strongly
The role of classification societies recommend it to anyone wishing to pursue a
- Ensuring that the ship and machinery are of the correct quality career in shipping.
- Surveying powers of the Chief Engineer
- Prevention of detention by Port State Control (Stephen Foster, United Nations Development)
- Type approval of equipment
The work of the independent marine engineering surveyor
Companies that have already benefited from the Diploma
- Discussions with engine room staff in Marine Surveying include:
- Handling of equipment
- Prime movers and power transmission A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S Maersk Marine Services
- Auxiliary machinery (inc HVAC systems) ABS Europe Ltd Malta Maritime Authority
Abu Dhabi Ship Building Marine Logistics and Surveys Ltd
- Pumps and pumping systems AET Ship Management PTE Ltd Maritech Management Pvt Ltd
- Electrical equipment AIG South East Asia Ltd Maritime Administration of Latvia
- Deck machinery Anglo Eastern Ship Management Mauritius Port Authority
Atlantic Spars Meridian Shipping
Australian Maritime Authority Metropolitan Police
SPECIALIST MODULE F BAE Systems Mideast Shipmanagement
Bartelds Naval Management Ministry of Defence (UK)
International Safety Management (ISM) Code Bermuda Ports Minton Treharne & Davis Ltd
Study, interpretation and enforcement Bibby International Services (IOM) Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (India) Put. Ltd
Ltd Moss Marine Construction Ltd
- Thirteen lessons with examples Blue Ocean Yacht Management National Maritime Safety Authority
Techniques for implementation of a Safety Management System (SMS) in a Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM) National Ports Authority South Africa
shipping company BP Shipping NATO Undersea Research Centre
Initial assessment, action plans for creating and implementing a SMS Brittany Ferries Noble Denton Consultants Ltd
Caribbean Maritime Institute Nordic Tankers A/S
Operation of the system ashore and on-board and training of the entire Carnival Cruise Line Norfolkline Shipping B.V.
personnel (training seminars and manuals) Costamare Shipping Company North of England P&I Association
Assessment and presentation for certification Cruise Charts Ltd Oceania Cruises
Denholm Ship Management Ltd Offshore Marine Services
ISM Audit Det Norske Veritas (DNV) Oldendorff Carriers
Special ISM audit techniques Dimension Polyant P&O Ferries
Disney Cruise Line Panama Canal Authority
Continuous compliance assessment DNV Petroleum Services Pandi General Surveyors
Miscellaneous Dobson Fleet Management Petroships Pte Ltd, Singapore
Dolphin Drilling Ltd Port Authority Jamaica
How to present your system to the possible customer Dominica Maritime Administration Port of London Authority
How to restart a dormant existing system Dubai Drydocks RNLI
Theoretical efficiency of the ISM Code Emirates Shipping Company Rolls-Royce Naval Marine
Everards Royal Bahamas Defence Force Navy
Necessary and probable improvement of management of safety ExxonMobil Royal Caribbean Lines UK Ltd
Fincantieri SpA Royal Fleet Auxiliary
FLOPEC Saudi Arabia Coast Guard
Germanischer Lloyd Seafarers International Research Centre
Grenada Port Authority Seaboard Ship Management Inc
Warranty Surveys including Mobile Offshore Units Halliburton (KBR) Selene Ltd
Hellenic Register of Shipping Serco
General introduction to warranty surveys and the background to marine HM Customs and Excise Shell Tankers
insurance Horizon Cruises Ltd Steamships Ltd
Hull Inspections & Research Services Stena Line UK
Selection and appointment of the warranty surveyor Ltd Surface Tension Ltd
Commercial and professional relationships between the warranty surveyor, Husky Energy Tanzania Ports Authority
the client, the underwriting market and the classification societies IMS Ship Management Technip UK Ltd
Details of surveying mobile offshore units Inspectorate Testing Services Ltd TECTO
Interglobal Shipping Ltd Teekay Shipping Ltd
Deadweight surveys and the inclining experiment INTERMAR The Shipowners Protection Ltd
Floating stability of the self-elevating platform and the semisubmersible International Register of Shipping Tidewater Marine International
platform (INC) Topaz Marine
International Telecom Group TORM
Overview of the typical work of the warranty surveyor and issuing the
Irene Mare Trident Offshore Ltd
certificate of approval Irish Coast Guard Tritec Marine Consultants Ltd
Irish Ferries Ltd US Shipping Partners
Irish Naval Service V-Ships Ltd
Jadaf Dubai, Govt. of Dubai Vanuatu Maritime Authority
(Dubai Ship Docking Yard) Wallenius Marine
Kenya Ports Authority Watson Farley & Williams
KPMG Wilhelmsen Ship Management
Lekven Shipping Ltd (Norway) AS
Lloyds Register Wilson Ship Management AS
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Essential maritime industry knowledge and business skills for shipping industry


Providing both the industry The Shipping Business Maritime Law

knowledge and management Maritime economics The maritime legal framework
Shipping and the economy What is international law?
skills needed to lead a successful
The shipping market - Private and public law
business in the shipping and Shipping market cycles - Contracts, applicable law and private
maritime logistics field. Supply and demand international law
Over 12 months you will - The demand for sea transport - Public international law
gain detailed knowledge of - The world merchant fleet - Criminal law
- The supply of sea transport Public international law in shipping: an
general and specific shipping Freight rates introduction
industry issues influencing The four shipping markets - The International Maritime Organization (IMO)
business managers, including - The freight market - The International Convention for the Safety of
management concepts, maritime - The Sale and Purchase (S&P) market Life at Sea (SOLAS)
- The newbuilding market - The United Nations Convention on the Law of
economic drivers, the legal and
- The demolition market the Sea (UNCLOS)
regulatory environment, ship and Cargoes and ships - The International Labour Organisation (ILO)
crew management issues, and Trading areas and flows - Pollution control
supply chain logistics. Fleet and transport supply Fundamentals of contract law
The decisions facing ship owners The law of torts
The economics of second hand ships and Litigation and dispute resolution
This course is a must for people - The cost of running ships MODULE FOUR
who wish to succeed in their Shipbuilding and scrapping
job. It has widened my horizon Ship Operations and Crew Management
Politics v. economics
on maritime functions and - How regulations affect shipping economics The administration and operation of ships
its importance to the world Clarksons data Ship and voyage management
Reports Functions of the operations department within a
economy. The organisation is
shipping company
exceptional. - Ordering bunkers
(Johnbull Eghreriniova, Awaritse Nigeria Limited) - Keeping voyage files
Management Concepts - Ships logs
Introduction to management Crew management
The four functions of management: planning, Main divisions within Human Resource
The course deals extensively organising, leading, controlling Management (HRM)
with various aspects of the Foundations of planning The changing role of the personnel/human
maritime world. It is a platform - Types of plans resources manager in a shipping company
for participants to meet the - Basic planning rules Introduction to techniques of HRM practice
challenges of modern day Modern methods of planning used in the Employee involvement
shipping, especially for those maritime industry Employee satisfaction: motivation and attitudes
aspiring to become managers in - Management by Objectives (MBO) to work survey
the maritime industry. - Strategic Management (SM) Personnel assessment: recruitment and appraisal
- Total Quality Management (TQM) interviews
(P.Eugene, Student, 2012) Planning tools and techniques used in shipping Organisational effectiveness: training
companies Communication skills in shipping
- Breadth, time frame, specific and frequency of - Communicating with various parties for the
SRA use plans multiple needs of ships
100% - Scanning, forecasting, benchmarking, Time management
International Organisation for Standardisation - Dealing with multiple tasks and prioritising
CPD (ISO) 9000 standards them
- Budgets, scheduling, breakeven analysis,
Awarded by:
forecasting, linear programming and queuing MODULE FIVE
Maritime Regulation and Industry Bosies
Decision making
- Group decision making Regulating the maritime industry
Basic organisation designs Overview of the regulatory system
- Elements of structure The effect of regulations on maritime economics
INFORMATION - Types of structures Classification societies
The law of the sea
& REGISTRATION - Contingency variables affecting company
Registration and the role of the flag state
+44 (0)20 7017 5510 Coastal and port states
Leadership and supervision of employees
+1 (646) 957 8929 How maritime laws are made
Foundations of control
lma@informa.com The International Maritime Organization (IMO)
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IMO Conventions Charterers and shippers policy - Cargo handling equipment

- International Safety Management (ISM) - Charterers requirements in the dry bulk - Port traffic control
Code market - Pilots, stevedores, dredge companies,
- International Ship and Port Facility Security - Charterers requirements in the liquid bulk suppliers, freight forwarders, repair firms
(ISPS) Code market - Agents, relationships with principals and
- SOLAS - Shippers requirements in the liner market services rendered to ships
The International Labour Organization (ILO) - Decision making process of charterers and - Port privatisation steps
- ILO Labour Convention shippers Port operations and logistics management
The regulation of competition in shipping Chartering policy of shipping companies Benchmarking in logistics
International ship managers associations - Chartering policy of shipping companies in Reverse and green logistics
The environmental aspect the bulk and liner markets Port location and development
- Ships traffic and navigational safety - Decision making process of shipowners in Ports and warehousing management
- Ship-generated waste the bulk and liner markets Port ownership and administration
- Accidental pollution and response Port policy and management
- Air pollution MODULE EIGHT Ports and the environment
- Releases of alien species in ballast water
Marketing and Company Strategy
- Oil Pollution Act 1990 Marketing of shipping companies as a tool for
improvement of chartering policy Case Study: Pervasive Issues in Maritime
UN conventions
Shipping marketing with customer/charterer Business Management
- 1958 Geneva Conventions on Law of the
Sea orientation The case study employs learning from
- 1972 World Heritage Convention (UNESCO) Marketing strategies and policies of shipping throughout the programme to topical and
EU regulations companies relevant industry issues that impact on business
Oil spill prevention and quality assurance - Dry bulk shipping companies management decisions.
ISO codes - Liquid bulk shipping companies
Other issues of environmental concern - Liner shipping companies
- Marketing strategies, policies and Your exclusive route to THE premier
MODULE SIX advertising programs of the leading MBA distance learning course for
shipping companies the maritime sector:
Marine Insurance Business ethics and social responsibility in
Introduction to marine insurance shipping
- Risk management and insurance
- The markets MODULE NINE
- P&I clubs
Financial Management in a Maritime
- The role of brokers
The Marine Insurance Act 1906 and the IUA/
ILU Clauses Understanding financial terms
The marine insurance contract Issues of financing in the maritime industry
Main principles of marine insurance Content and usage of accounts
- Recent developments The operating statement
Risks insured and exceptions The concept of breakeven
Losses Breakeven and decision making (cost/revenue
- Property and liability insurance relationships)
- The classification of losses Budgeting and forecasting
As a successful student on the Diploma in Maritime
Particular average Financial controls
Business Management, you will gain an exemption
- Measure of indemnity - Credit control to the highly regarded MBA in Shipping & Logistics
- Salvage - Cash flow programme delivered by Lloyds Maritime Academy
- Sue and labour Assessing major capital projects and Middlesex University, giving you the unique
- Subrogation opportunity to gain a masters degree delivered by
General average MODULE TEN distance learning.
- Calculation of contribution Maritime Logistics The two year programme provides an integrated
- Shipowners lien on cargo and security balance of management theories and their
Introduction and definition to logistics and
- Liability of insurers underlying practical business and maritime
supply chain management
Hull and cargo insurance industry-specific applications. It is a natural
Trade offs and logistics
progression from this management diploma course
Distribution channels
MODULE SEVEN providing you with the necessary knowledge, skills
Modal choice and intermodal systems and opportunities to secure your place ahead of
Chartering Policy Port management the rest in this competitive and exciting industry.
Chartering negotiation and fixture - Economic management of ports (tariffs)
- Negotiation of the charterparty contract - The price elasticity of demand and its Visit the course websites for more
significance in ports pricing policy information:
- Drawing up the charterparty contract
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- Voyage estimations - Introduction to methods for evaluating www.mba4shipping.com
- Laytime calculations investments
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Exploring the agents essential duties and obligations to the ship or cargo owner in
port, and the vital role they play in the supply chain


The course includes Ships and the Maritime Environment Commercial Relationships
a thorough examination of the Introduction to the role of the Ship and Port Commercial position of the ship / port agent
Agent and related tasks / required skills - Forming a sound relationship between the
modern agents role,
- An overview of the agency, companies groups principal and the agent
the different services required /networks and the market - Assessing the principals needs
and provided, core - Ship and Port Agent service provider roles - Credit analysis
commercial skills, legal issues - Global hub agencies - Agency appointment and acceptance
for agents, and the latest - Regional agencies - Contracts / agency agreements
- Local agencies - Templates
contemporary issues in the Agent membership organisations - Maintaining records
sector. - Federation of National Associations of Remuneration and the format for the charging of
Shipbrokers & Agents (FONASBA) services provided
- European Community Association of - Rate structures / agreed fees / margins
Shipbrokers & Agents (ECASBA) - Recharging fees
The course is full of - Association of Ship Brokers and Agents (ASBA) Financial management
real examples and will - Other national associations
The maritime sector
Business development
- Marketing and sales development for agents
enhance ones practical - Types of vessels and the cargoes they carry QA procedures / ISO accreditation
- Vessel terminology Local laws and regulations
experience to analyse - Outline ports and terminals Legal position of ships master and the ships
situations and will help - Trade routes and liner vs tramp shipping agent
- Commodities Press and public relations
in making strategic - Managing the public and media
decisions. In my opinion MODULE TWO
it is a must course for The work of the Ship and Port Agent
Agents authority and consequences of breaching Ship Documentation
anyone who is looking for their authority. UNCLOS and the international conventions that
a career in shipping. Liability and fiduciary duty of agents govern the maritime industry,
Quality standards The administration of these conventions by flag
(Fadi Nasser, GAC Jordan)
- FONASBA quality standard for ship agents and states, port states and coastal states
brokers The registration of ships
- ASBA agent member certification The International Maritime Organisation (IMO)
Serving the ship owner and crew successfully and the conventions that govern shipping
Conflicts of interest and avoiding conflicts of - SOLAS
interest - ISM Code
Penalties - ISPS Code
Duties / rights and obligations of types of agents - IMDG Code
- Port agents / liner agents / own agencies / - MARPOL
cargo broker - STCW
- Full / husbandry / protective agency / The requirement for marine accident
nominated / performing agency investigation following a major incident
- Owners vs charterers agencys The International Labour Organisation (ILO) and
Pre-arrival / port operations / post departure their conventions that govern shipping
Notice of Readiness / Statement of Facts Maritime Labour Convention (MLC)
Port services and the harbour authority Crew employment contracts
Ship services Crew documentation
Cargo services The role of Classification Societies
Crew services Certificates and surveys
Communicating to the ship owner and other - Marine insurance
Awarded by:
stakeholders - Hull and machinery
Particular issues by ship type - P&I
- Dry and liquid bulk - War risks
- Containers - Cargo insurance
- Cruise (turnaround, transit)
- Ferries and RoRo vessels MODULE FIVE
INFORMATION Multicultural working and communication skills
Cargo Documentation
& REGISTRATION IMDG Code for agents
Bills of Lading
- Requirements of agents to have IMDG Code
+44 (0)20 7017 5510 - Distinguishing negotiable bills from straight
+1 (646) 957 8929 bills and seaway bills; house, groupage and
- Key elements of the IMDG Code for agents
lma@informa.com switch bills
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- Three functions of the bill of lading: receipt; record of contract of MODULE SEVEN
carriage; and document of title
Port Agency Operations
- Clean and dirty bills of lading; letters of indemnity
- Implied obligations of the shipowner and shipper including declaration When does the ships agents role commence and end?
of dangerous goods Providing information to the principal and master
- Complications of transhipment Intelligence and planning
- Clauses that cause particular problems; Incorporation of charterparty Preparing and briefing personnel on client expectations
terms and arbitration and jurisdiction Pre-arrival
Rotterdam Rules and Hague, Hague Visby and Hamburg Rules - Pre-call planning
- Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1971 - Appointment arrangements: VTS, berth, pilot, towage, line handlers,
- Application of the rules: when do they apply? terminal operations / stevedores
- The carriers obligations - Vessel service planning
- Defences - Cargo planning
- Limitation of liability under the rules; global limitation - Launch planning
- Shippers obligations Port operations
- Hamburg rules - Arrival arrangement
- Multimodal transport - Bill of lading arrangements and release of cargo
- Electronic bills of lading - Bunkering
- Title to sue and liability to the carrier; UK Carriage of Goods by Sea Act - Cargo operations supervision / checking / clearance
1992; bailors rights - Coordination of booked activities/services and contracts
Manifests - Crew welfare and social issues
Customs - Customs, border agency and immigration
- Inspections, insurance and claims handling
MODULE SIX - Labour relations (and the ITF)
- Launch services
What Agents Need to Know about Chartering - Monitoring of operations
Chartering contracts and comparison to responsibilities and liabilities of - Pollution response
parties - Port state control
How ship agents facilitate the owners and the charterers - Repairs / dry docking
The role of the agent with time and voyage charterparties - Security
Key issues relating to liquid and dry cargoes - Shore personnel
Time charterparties - Statement of facts, laytime, demurrage and despatch
- The charterparty period - Surveys in port (including draft, tanks)
- What are the owners obligations for the chartered vessel Post departure
- Charterers rights - Departure arrangements
- Off-hire clauses - Disbursement account
- Safe ports, berths and places - Port dues
Voyage charterparties - Custom dues
- Identifying the contractual carrier; bills of lading under charterparties - Sub-contractor and supplier fees
- Contractual terms / Voylay Rules 1993 Use of computers for data interchange, the internet and email
- Loading and unloading cargo - Software and EDI standards
- Laytime and demurrage Health, safety, security and environmental issues for the agent
- Exceptions to laytime - Personal protection and PPE
- Dockside and shipboard work
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It is an extraordinary course that
AGENTS(cont.) every professional ship agent must
take. It reviews in a delightful,
clear and precise way the complex
MODULE EIGHT matters and interactions dealt
Legal Aspects of Ship and Port Agency and Insurance with by ship agents.
Legal principles governing the agent relationship
(Octavio Chinros, Ship Agents Rasan)
- National and international legal frameworks
- Agent, master, harbour master, pilot, VTS, tug relationships
Importance of staying abreast of arbitrations
Introduction to shipping and maritime law
Professional indemnity insurance The knowledge I have gained
Ship arrest
- The 1952 and 1999 Convention on the arrest of ships during this course will be very
- Admiralty court jurisdiction and procedure useful in my daily work.
- Ship arrest and the Brussels Convention
- Sister ships and associate ships (Ola Samuelson, Gulf Agency Company Ltd)
- Judicial sales
- Litigation and interlocutory orders
- Ship arrest and the agent
Principles of General Average Companies that have already benefited from the
Diploma for Ship and Port Agents include:
MODULE NINE Adamac Marine Services Ltd Libya Seas for Maritime
Transport & Shipping
Finance, Accounting, Credit Management Agencia Maritima Marking
Financial relationship between agent and principal Limarko UAB
Al Bader Shipping & Gen
Rate structures, fees and margins Cont. Co.WLL
M/S JS Ocean Liners
Client credit analysis Manica Freight Services
Areda Marine Fuel C.I. Ltd S.A.R.L.
Credit and debt management
Arriva South Ltd Maraduana Ltd
Disbursement account management
ATIS Ltd Mauritius Freeport Authority
- Importance of accurate recording of spending
Myanmar Marine Co Ltd
- Receiving funds in advance Atlantic Maritime Agency
National Shipping Services
- Proforma disbursement accounts Baasher Barwil Agencies
Nedtrans S.A.
- Processing payments and record keeping Bodden Shipping Agency Nigerian Agip Oil Company
- Invoice receipt, issuing and management Calmarine Services Ltd Ltd
- Final disbursement accounts Norfolkline
Capital Logistic and
- Variance management Transport Co North of England P&I
- Cashflow management Carenco Surveyors Nortrans Offshore Services
- Payment systems, remittance processes and costs Ocean China International
Celtic Forwarding Ltd Ltd
- Off-setting in accounts
Centralog D.O.O. Oceanus Agencia Maritima
Monitoring costs and competitiveness
Centrans International S.A. S.A.
Vendor checks and terms of supply
P&O European Ferries
Budgets and reporting China Shipping (Romania)
Port of Boston
Coli Schiffahrt & Transport
Port of London Authority
Rocargo Services NV
Contimar S.A.
Contemporary Issues Rogers & Co
Dana Kuwait Shipping & Shipmanagement
Issues facing agents Forwarding Co WLL Sea Container Shipping S.R.L.
- Competition Egyptian Maritime Sea Pride Enterprise
- Changing relationships between agents an stakeholders Consultant Office (EMCO) Seporta, S.A.
- Increasing complexity and regulation El Hamamsy Marine Sertranave (Angola) LDA
- Ethics Services Ltd
Ship Agents Rasan, Peru
- Enterprise resource planning systems Export Operations Greenship Somarain Oriental Ltd
- Web based agent systems Fednav Belgium Sotratec S.A.R.L.
- Changes in the liner sector Gulf Agency Company Ltd Sullivan Maritime Ltd
- Cultural understanding Ticaret Ltd
Hanseatic Shipping Co
- Humanitarian support for seafarers (Singapore) Pte Ltd Transcontinental Shipping
- The IMDG Code Services
Highland Council Harbours
Transmarine Ltd
Hull Blyth & Company Ltd
MODULE ELEVEN Transoceanicas, S.A.
Integra Marine & Freight Universal Spedisjon
Case Study: Current Issues in Ship and Port Agency Services Stavanger AS
Produce a detailed report drawing together learning from across the course J-Sea Shipping Maritime Vassilev Maritime Nakliyat
Agency Ve Dis
KAD Shipping Walship
West African Ventures Ltd
Kent Line Ltd
Worms Alexandria Cargo
Kotram Nigeria Ltd Services
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The leading financial qualification for the maritime industry


- Ijara model
Perfect for individuals within Shipping Markets: Global Trends
- Musharaka model
the finance fraternity who International trade and economics Loan documentation
- World economy Ship mortgages
require an understanding
- Trade forecasts
of its significance within - Demand and supply of shipping services MODULE FOUR
the maritime industry as Freight rates and markets
well as those already in the - Competition Ship Finance Products:
maritime industry seeking - Demand and supply of shipping markets Part 2 - Equity
- Shipping cycles Introduction and understanding
detailed information, skills The port industry - Company Annual Accounts
and knowledge on the finance - Port structures Private and public companies
products and methods - The importance of ports to the economy Capital markets
available to them. - Port ownership - Stock exchange listings
Challenges to the industry - Primary and secondary markets
- Recruitment and trends of seafaring labour Private equity
Up to date products are Climate change and its significance to the - Private placements
explained as well as the overall industry Public equity
international shipping market. - Governance
Investment, Operating and Regulatory Risk - Rights issue
Limited Partnerships
This is a well structured Investment in shipping which type of ship and
what value?
- German KG / Norwegian KS funds and other
programme covering key Ship registration choice of flag and dual registry
similar funds
Case study of current affairs
areas in ship finance. Consolidation: alliances, mergers and acquisitions
(Y H Hsien, Red Sea & Gulf) - What is the purpose of the alliance?
- Legislation New Build and Second Hand Contracting
Vessel operating costs and profitability Contracting: the framework
- Outsourcing: technical and crew management - Introduction
- Correlation between quality management and - The role of English law in shipping
profitability - Contracts - the legal fundamentals
Useful and educational Vessel charters - Assignment and novation of contracts
- Types of charters - Dispute resolution
in many ways, thoroughly - The laws governing charterparties - Guarantees
enjoyable. - BIMCO
Newbuild contracting
- Background to newbuildings
(D Morochartzis, NYK) State intervention: funding and subsidies - Forms of contract
Basel II and III Capital Accords - Pre-contract: commercial issues for builder and
Regulation buyer
Fraud, bribery and money laundering - Making the contract
- Responsibility for design
MODULE THREE - Finance: price, adjustments, payment schedule
Ship Finance Products: and performance guarantees
- Finance: credit facilities to builder and buyer
SRA Part 1- Bank Debt
and related security
100% Credit policy - Production processes: sub-contracting, buyers
Senior debt
CPD - Corporate secured and unsecured loans
supplies, modifications and changes, tests and
Awarded by:
Hedging - Legal issues: risk and insurance, law and
- Interest rates dispute resolution, selling the benefits of the
- Bunker hedging ship building contract
- Forward Freight Agreements - Delay and termination
High yield bond - Delivery: physical delivery in return for payment
Securitisation of final instalment, documents and formalities
Mezzanine finance - Builders warranty
INFORMATION Project financing overview - The Green Passport
& REGISTRATION Leasing Second-hand contracting
Export credits - Introduction
+44 (0)20 7017 5510
- State interventions - The parties
+1 (646) 957 8929
- OECD Agreement
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- Pre-contract negotiations: the commercial issues

Companies that have already benefited from the Diploma in
- The memorandum of agreement: form and terms
Ship Finance and other Lloyds Maritime Academy Finance
- Deposit
programmes include:
- Inspection and docking
- Delivery: time, place, payment, condition of ship, formalities
- Contingencies for when things do not go according to plan ABN AMRO Bank NV H I Kaptanoglu Shipping Group
Aegean Baltic Bank SA Holbud Limited
- Finance considerations
AKD Prinsen Van Wijmen Holland Shipbuilding Association
Other ways of acquiring or disposing of a ship Akmar Shipping HSBC
- Options and hire purchase Alexander S Onassis Public Benefit HSH Nordbank AG
- Judicial sales and auctions Alliance & Leicester Commercial Jordan National Shipping Lines
- Back-to-back with delivery of a new ship from a shipyard Finance Karavelioglu Denizcilik Ve Ticaret
Ship recycling and disposal Alpha Credit Bank SA Kocbank AS Turkey
- The current approach American Bureau of Shipping Konig & Cie GmbH & Co KG
- Contracting for the sale of a ship for recycling Anangel Maritime Services Laskaridis Shipping
Arkas Holding SA Lloyds TSB Bank Plc
- The value of an unserviceable ship
Aviate Global Lorentzen & Stemoco AS
Ship registration Balkan & Black Sea Shipping Co Ltd Maersk Broker Asia Ltd
- Flag state registration: why it is required Batinak Shipping Trading Co Ltd Marvel Shipping & Management Co
- Choice of flag state Barry Rogliano Sailes Turkey
- Considerations when acquiring or disposing of a ship Beltest Shipping Company Merit Securities
- Ship mortgages Blue Star Ferries SA Merrill Lynch (Singapore) Pte
BNP Paribas Navios Maritime Holdings Inc
MODULE SIX Cerrahgil Group of Companies Neptune Lines
China Shipping (Group) Co NIBC Bank N.V
Risk Management and Enforcement CitiGroup NYK Line Europe Ltd
Clarksons Odin Marine Inc
Credit enhancement through assets
Clarksons Capital P&O Ports
- Ship Coastline Maritime Pte Pacific Basin Shipping (HK) Ltd
- Insurance Compass Energy/Pte Ltd Pareto Private Equity ASA
- Earnings Corner Bank SA Corporation Ltd Piraeus Bank SA
- Charters Credit Europe Bank NV Qatar Shipping Company
- Bank accounts and deposits Damen Shipyard Group Rabobank Shipping
- Shares Danaos Shipping Co Ltd Rosshipcom LLC
Credit enhancement through insurance products Denizcilik AS Royal Bank of Scotland
Deutsche Bank AG Shanghai Yongzheng Marine Co Ltd
- Loss of hire
DnB NOR Bank ASA Ship Finance International Ltd
- Mortgagees interest insurance DSME Shipyard SKS Ship Ltd
- Mortgagees additional perils insurance Dubai Drydocks Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
- Political risks/contract frustration insurance DVB Bank AG Teekay Shipping
Enforcement Eletson Corporation The Export Import Bank of China
- Loan enforcement Eurocarriers SA Transinsular
- Default situations: what constitutes default? Expedo Shipping Corporation Tsakos Shipping & Trading SA
- Workouts Fortis Securities LLC USA Tschudi Shipping Company AS
Frontline Corporate Services Ltd Turkon Holding Inc
- Alternatives to foreclosures
Furtrans Shipping & Trade Co Inc V Ships
- Taking possession: ship arrest Garanti Bank Waterfront Shipping AS
- Choosing the right jurisdiction GE Sea Containers Ltd Watson Farley & Williams LLP
- Claims from other creditors and evaluating competing claims Golden Energy Management SA Yilmar Shipping & Trading Ltd
- Cross border insolvency
- Arbitration
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The only diploma qualification designed for todays ship managers to meet
essential industry standards


This qualification equips Introduction to the Shipping Industry Establish and Administer Systems to
How the marine industry has developed Ensure Continuity of Service, Quality and
existing and potential ship Environmental Control
World trade
managers with the skills Shipping markets Part 1: Quality systems
required to manage ships - Dry bulk, wet bulk, container, RoRo etc. Evolution of quality systems
effectively. The way ships trade - Quality management system standards and
- Liner and tramp traders principles
- Charters - International Standards Organisation
The course highlights the Documentation overview 9001:2008 standard
responsibilities that managers Shipping legal framework overview - Scope of a quality system
The way ships are managed and how they Significance and benefits of having a quality
have to ensure their fleet is operate system
operating safely. The entire What support is available to the management of - What has to be done
programme makes managers shipping? - Policy and objectives
aware of the complexities - Managing quality
MODULE TWO Disciplines involved with quality systems
faced in dealing with an - Control of activities
Employ and Manage Marine Personnel for
international market. Vessel Activities - Correct policy statement and procedures
- Staff knowledge and training
Plan the workforce - Commitment of all personnel
Not only do you need to Recruit, select and retain staff - Internal and external audits
be aware of how your own Provide learning opportunities Quality systems in the maritime industry
Monitor and take action to ensure seafarer - Classification Societies
company or organisation works certification - ISM Code
but also how the industry Manage induction processes Inter-relationship between quality systems and
is responding to the ever Staff appraisals tool to motivate your team legislative requirements of the maritime industry
Manage personnel travel procedures - IMO Conventions affecting the management of
changing world. Provide for the wellbeing and welfare of quality on ships
seafarers and office staff - Type of quality standards system
Key performance indicators - ISM Code
A just culture versus a blame culture - ISPS Code
I believe it is a very good
MODULE THREE Part 2: Environmental systems
approach to the ship Evolution of environmental management
Handling Customers and Planning for the
management business, Future
- Background
a lot of interesting and Part 1: Customer service - Public perception of pollution
The importance of customer focus - Concerns over air, water, ground and noise
different points of view. Identifying customer needs pollution
(I Carbunaru, V Ships) Meeting customer needs - Environmental management standards
Training and motivation of staff in customer - ISO 14001
service The maritime industry approach
Performance standards - Strategic drivers and customer demands
Part 2: Strategic analysis - External influences
- MARPOL 73/78
Internal environment - Greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) from ships
Products and services - Carbon reductions
External environment - Links between ISO and IMO
Strategic options - Constant changes and amendments to
Implementing change pollution control and reduction
Key clauses of the ISO 14001 Standard
MODULE FOUR Other initiatives
Ensure Vessels are Procured, Maintained, - Carbon trading
Awarded by: Supplied and Equipped for Service - Emission Control Areas (ECAs)
- Cleaner fuels
Manage the acquisition of vessels
Vessel disposal MODULE SIX
Develop and implement vessel maintenance
plans Safety and Security in Marine Operations:
Project management Management and Legislation
Manage physical resources
INFORMATION Procurement processes
What is management?
- Who is a manager?
& REGISTRATION Organise and oversee the management of
- What does a manger do?
+44 (0)20 7017 5510 - The structure of organisations
Establish and implement systems for the - Communications in an organisation
+1 (646) 957 8929 management of vessel supplies - Working relationships
lma@informa.com Dealing with legislation
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- Maritime legislation MODULE NINE

- International, national and regional legislation
- The complexities of working in a multi-
Understanding Finance and Accounting in Very informative and
the Maritime Industry
national organisation and industry
Ship financing
professionally presented
- Compliance to legislation
- The results of non-compliance with legislation - Introduction to ship finances study material led by a
Risk assessment and management - The business model
Accident investigation and analysis - Profit and loss account highly experienced tutor. The
- Corrective and preventative action - The balance sheet
- Employment of capital
flexible study option gave me
- Statistics
- Key performance indicators (KPIs) - Cash flow forecasts the opportunity to follow a
Costing in shipping companies and onboard
MODULE SEVEN - Costing definitions personal time scheme
Working capital control in shipping (S.Loosveld, Cruise Ship)
Safety and Security in Marine Operations: management
Regulation and Environment Capital project appraisal in shipping companies
The ISM Code and the manager Introduction to ratio analysis
- Understanding the ISM Code - Ratio analysis It is an enjoyable, interesting
- The effect of the ISM Code on the maritime - Profit and loss accounting ratios
industry and useful course for
- The organisations safety management MODULE TEN
everybody in contact with
Background to Maritime Law and Insurance
- Audit schedule and compliance
What is maritime law? An overview
the shipping and maritime
- The effect of the multi-national fleet
The ISPS Code and the manager Public and private law: regulatory provisions business
- Understanding the ISPS Code International conventions within the maritime
- Security and safety same or different legal framework (J Perez Lorente, Iscomar)

- Company security officer and manager What law governs ship management
- The ship security plan relationships?
Contract and tort
- Audit schedule and compliance
- Relationship between ship security officer, Contracts for the supply of services I gained so much knowledge
company security officer and port facility Sale of goods contracts: ship sale and
in only a year, I think it is a
security officer
Port State Control and the manager The employment framework must for anyone who starts
Dispute resolution
- Inspections and degree of inspection
- Memorandums of understanding (MOU) Insurance working in the shipping field
- Dealing with deficiencies and non- (R Vassiliou, NAF Shipping)
conformities raised at PSC inspection MODULE ELEVEN
- The position of the manager in respect of Case Study: Managing a Ship Management
PSC Company
The environment and shipping minimising
A project designed to bring together the various
I liked the way the course
the impact
- Shipping and environmental issues areas of study that form the core modules. outline was structured.
Participants are cast in the role of Managing
- How green is your organisation
- Environmental training Director of a small ship management company I would undoubtedly
- Health and safety and the company care and asked to complete six tasks:
Task 1: Establishing the management team
recommend this course to
of employees
- Health surveillance and company policy anyone
- Hours of work and rest Task 2: Set the vessel budgets and funding
requirements (M.Uduvwotayinre, Bourbon Interoil Nigeria Ltd)
- Ships medical supplies
- The effect of stress on employees Task 3: Respond to an invitation to manage
- The effect of fatigue on employees additional vessels
- Dignity and respect at work Task 4: Managing an emergency
Task 5: Undertake a review of strategy,
MODULE EIGHT operating practice and costs
Task 6: Prepare for insurance renewals
Personal and Professional Skills to Support
Shipping Services
Manage your own resources and professional
Develop productive working relationships with
colleagues and stakeholders
Working effectively with people from
countries or cultures other than your own
Communicate information and knowledge
Leading meetings
Meetings participation
Combat organisational waste
Continuous development
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Developing the knowledge, understanding and proficiency essential for effective
technical and marine superintendents


Intended as a qualification The Ship Superintendents Role and Management Skills for Ship Superintendents
Responsibilities Working with the shore management team
for marine professionals
Introduction to the superintendents role - The corporate culture and relationships in the
worldwide, who may be
- Defining a ship superintendent and organisation
currently at sea and wish responsibilities including asset management - Working with HSE and operations departments
to progress to a shore - Marine, technical, general, operations and fleet - Teamwork and developing productive working
based position, those superintendency relationships
currently serving as ship - The appointment of the superintendent - Identify your stakeholders and why you need
- Expectations on the ships superintendent to work with them
superintendents or those - Shipowner, charterer, shipmaster, officers and crew - Leadership
who have a purely academic - Ships agent - Participating in and leading meetings
interest in gaining a - Corporate senior management team - Motivating staff
qualification that will assist - Classification Societies, Flag State and Port - Communicating with staff
State Control - Managing conflict
with their own personal and
- Shipyards - Monitoring progress
professional development. - Internal stakeholders including marine - Development of your team
operations, safety, purchasing, accounting, Working with the on-board ship team
insurance, chartering and crewing departments - Recognise the difference between working
- External stakeholders including flag, class on board a ship against working in an office
I have really enjoyed societies, consultants, suppliers, chandlers, environment
the course and I do agents, repair companies - The difference between working for against
- The good ship superintendent working with
believe that it is a - Supervision of operations and being alert and - Respect the role of seafarers
must for anybody vigilant to spot potential issues
- Monitoring of vessels condition
- Relationships and boundaries of professional
and personal relationships in the workplace
wanting to become a - Ships staff compliance with management - Education and training of shipboard personnel
policies and safety - Motivating seafaring staff
Superintendent. - Preparing for a superintendency posting - Communicating with seafarers
(J Labat, Shipmanagement Services Ltd) The business of shipping - Development of your seafaring teams
- Trade, ships and trading Personal effectiveness
- The ships and their customers - Learning and working styles, setting goals and
- Shipping companies and their owners objectives
- Commercial relationships - Planning and time management
A very interesting - Legislators and regulators - Management of change
and practical course, - Underwriters and P&I Clubs - Decision making
- Cargo owners or shippers - Involving others
applicable in daily - Service providers - Obtaining feedback, providing feedback
practice. The management of shipping companies
- Traditional organisation and management
- Evaluating/reviewing
Communication skills
(Anthony Grande, URS Towage & Salvage Union) structures - Effective communication and presenting
- Modern shipping company structures information
- Responsibilities, checks and balances - Report writing and technical presentations
- Reasons for changing practices - The importance of clear reporting at senior
- Service providers management level
- Superintendents role in dealing with regulatory - Gathering information / research methods
officers - Analysis of evidence
- Reporting lines for ship superintendents - Structuring and writing technical reports
- Quality management and the superintendent
- Key performance indicators for MODULE THREE
Awarded by: Commercial Law and Insurance in the
The human element
Maritime Industry
- Role of the superintendent in the manning of
ships Maritime law and international law
- Adhering to the Maritime Labour Convention - The International Court of Justice
Managing new technology - The Permanent Court of Arbitration
- Change and its management - The International Tribunal for the Law of the
INFORMATION - Areas of technological change for Sea
& REGISTRATION superintendents - The effect of international law on English law
What if things go wrong? - The international scene
+44 (0)20 7017 5510
- Assessing and managing risk Commercial law in shipping relationships
+1 (646) 957 8929
- A just culture not a blame culture - Introduction to commercial law
- The common law -why English law?
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- Trade custom and usage - Goal-based construction standards for new Superintendent
- National and regional legislation ships The role of a technical superintendent
- The codification of English commercial law - SOLAS - Keeping mandatory certificates valid
- The matrix of contracts in international - Company obligations with regard to safety - Reports and records, debriefing Masters,
trade procedure Chief Engineers and others senior
The International Sale Contract - The superintendents responsibilities for personnel
- The Contract of Carriage safety certification - The need to be prepared for class surveys
- Contract law - The ISM Code - Providing technical engineering advice
- Tort of Negligence - The ISPS Code Marine engineering
The international carriage regimes - The IMDG Code - Construction and arrangement details
- Liner trades and tramp trades - Minimum safe manning document - Naval architecture
- Charter types - COLREGS - Knowledge of repairing metal structures
- Incoterms - STCW and components
- Cargo documentation - The tonnage regulations - Marine control systems
- Seaworthiness and cargoworthiness - The load line regulations - Materials
- Tank, hold and cargo inspections Cleaner seas and environmental issues - Hull
- Carriage of Goods by Sea Act - MARPOL - Machinery and powerplant
- The Hague-Visby Rules and the Rotterdam - Electrical and HVAC
Rules MODULE FIVE - Other equipment
- The multimodal convention Machinery management, damage assessment
The Marine Superintendent and the
Marine insurance and repair
Application of Conventions
- Marine insurance markets Reviewing inspection reports and addressing
- Making the contract and standard form The role of the marine superintendent
clauses - Managing compliance with conventions
- Protection and indemnity (P&I) insurance Personnel
- Freight, demurrage and defence - Certification and verification of documents
- Additional insurances, limitation of liability - Shipboard familiarisation, training and Newbuilding, S&P, drydocking,
and claims and renewals safety drills maintenance, repair, conversion and
- Reporting incidents and emergencies Vessel and operations scrapping
- Investigations - Seeking approval from the Flag state, Port Newbuilding
- Admiralty claims State, Classification - Supervision of ship construction
- Litigation in the courts and the jurisdiction - Society, or other government bodies for any - Representing the owner at a shipyard
of the Admiralty court changes to the construction or equipment - Change control, inspections, non-
- Enforcement of judgments, arrest and onboard conformities and deficiencies
freezing orders Nautical equipment Sale and purchase
- Provision of security - Navigational aids and equipment - Superintendents responsibilities to assist
- Alternative dispute resolution and Health, safety, security and environmental sale or purchase of a vessel
arbitration management Drydocking
- Arbitration, mediation and conciliation - The Code of Safe Working Practice - Preparation for dry docking
- Access to holds/cargo spaces and other - Scope of work
MODULE FOUR hazards - Invitation to tender, tender review and
- Risk assessment acceptance
Maritime Conventions, Regulatory - Company obligations with regard to safety - Working with surveyors
Controls and Codes in Shipping procedure - Insurance and P&I club provisions
Inter-governmental regulation of shipping - Superintendents responsibilities for safety - Crewing arrangements
- International regulation certification - Responsibilities
- The International Maritime Organization - The need to be prepared for PSC and class - When the vessel is entering the drydock
(IMO) surveys - Superintending the work during the
- The United Nations Conference on Trade - Life-saving appliances drydock
and Development (UNCTAD) - Fire protection and appliances - The undocking procedure
- The United Nations Law of the Sea Cargo carriage Maintenance and repair
Conference (UNCLOS) and the Law of the - Cargo superintendency - Planned maintenance
Sea Convention (LOS) - Plans and coordinates loading and - Conditional maintenance
- Codification of the Law of the Sea unloading of ships cargo - Unscheduled maintenance
- The International Labour Organisation (ILO) - Trim, stability and longitudinal strength - Prioritising repairs
- Regional, national and other regulation - Managing heavy lift operations Conversions
- The role of the Classification Societies - Project cargo handling - Common types of conversion and the role
- The role of the Flag State - Preparing reports on the cargo of the superintendent
- The role of Port State Control - Terminal operations management Scrapping
- Other groups that influence the rule- Reports and records - Hong Kong Convention on ship recycling
making process - Preparing the vessel for delivery to
- The role of the maritime industry MODULE SIX breakers yard
Safer operational standards - Owners responsibilities
The Technical / Engineering
- Unified requirements
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- Spares and equipment specification configurations and carriage of vehicles

MODULE EIGHT - Planning for vessel maintenance - Fast ferries: air cushion craft, hydrofoil,
- Implementing requisition procedures monohull and multihull displacement craft
The Superintendent and Emergency
- Cost effective methods of purchasing - Vehicle and cargo securing systems and
Planning, Management and Response
- Inventory management and distribution to safe operations on vehicle decks
Legal obligations the vessels - Side openings, bow doors and control of
- International Maritime Organization - Expenditure and work costing watertight integrity
guidelines Finance budgets and accounts for - Stabilisation systems
- The implied implications for the superintendents - Sewage and garbage issues
superintendent - Basic accounting principles - Helicopter operations
- ISM Code obligations - Contributing to devising, agreeing and - Security arrangements procedures and
Emergency planning monitoring annual and task specific awareness
- The ship superintendents role financial budgets Offshore support vessels
- Preparation, planning and implementation - Monitoring costs against budget and - Types of vessels and platforms
- Shipboard personnel training for emergency reforecasts - Different types of services carried out by
situations - Cost control, payments and managing offshore support vessels
- Communication spend - Specialised equipment for towing, anchor
- Procedure for notification of emergencies - Anti-bribery and Corruption Policy handling, seismic and coring.
- Identification of potential emergency - Audits - Use of dynamic positioning
shipboard situations - Cargoes carried
- Establishment of procedures to respond to MODULE TEN Superyachts
identified situations - Safety consideration onboard large yachts
- Typical emergency situations Special Knowledge for Ship Types
- Surveying and insurance of superyachts
Emergency management Tankers, gas and chemical carriers - Requirements for the survey of yacht
- Drills, exercises and safety meetings - Overview of liquid bulk carriers and tanker machinery
- Planning, documentation and records terminology. - Hull fittings, propulsion and corrosion
- Safety equipment maintenance and - Construction and deck features, cargo and - Diesel / electric drives
inspection tank systems,cargo safety systems - Working with owners and guests
Structure and function of emergency - Stability, pumping theory, types, valves and
response teams calculations MODULE ELEVEN
- The command centre - Explosion and pollution risks
- The emergency team - Identify the relevant regulations from the Case Study: Topical Issues in Ship
- The back-up squad MARPOL convention and its annexes Superintendency
- The technical team Gas carriers The case study employs learning from
Handling the media - Overview of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) throughout the programme to topical and
- Preparation and planning and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) vessels relevant industry issues that impacts on
- Crisis management - The types of cargo tanks superintendents.
- Effective communication management - Alternative propulsion systems
- Training and practise Chemical tankers
- Overview of chemical carries and particular
- Classified categories for chemical products,
Project Management and Financial
risks that involve human health and risks to
Management for Superintendents
the environment
Project management for superintendents - The International Code for the Construction
- Examples of typical projects and Equipment of Ships Carrying Dangerous
- Feasibility studies - design, Chemicals in Bulk
investigations and construction Dry cargo container vessels
- Project and planning principles - Overview of vessel types and designs,
- Roles and responsibilities, leadership and container types, parts and construction,
managing the project team securing arrangements and lashing systems
- Contract strategy - Hatch arrangements and vessel cell
- Specification and procurement numbering
- Work breakdown and project scheduling - Stability
- Selection, appointment and management - Loading containerships, cargo issues and
of contractors out-of-gauge and heavy lifts
- Risk and delay management - Condensation in containers, infestation and
- Quality management fumigants
- Monitoring and reporting - Dangerous goods
- Managing project change Passenger vessels: Cruise ships and ferries
- Project closure and review - Types of passenger ships
Procurement planning and purchasing - Cruise ships as a hotel and market factors
- Spares management strategy - Ro-Ro passenger, freight, deck
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The surveying training course that focuses on vessels of less than 350 tonnes and
up to 24 metres in length


This qualification is designed The Maritime Industry and Small Craft Survey Safety Surveys for Small Craft
Practice Part 1 - Introduction to Safety Surveys
to support the valuable and
Part 1 - The Small Craft Surveyors Customer The role of governments and administering
important work that marine
Base institutions (eg: MCA, RYA)
surveyors around the world
The structure of the maritime industry SOLAS and COLREGs with regards to small craft
carry out. Strategy for maritime safety Surveys and certification including the
Legislation and regulation Recreational Craft Directive (RCD)
It covers the topics of specific Risk management and formal safety assessment MCA Small Commercial Vessel and Pilot Boat
concern to this part of the Quality surveys, inspections and audits Code
Part 2 - Marine Survey Practice Standard setting bodies
industry, the practicalities of Documents and compliance
surveying smaller vessels as Defining a marine surveyor
Reports and records
Surveys and survey organisations
well as providing commercial Part 2 - Lifesaving Appliances
The professional surveyor
knowledge for those running Managing your business Introduction
or wishing to run their own Investigations and consultancy Preparation for surveys
surveying business. Personal lifesaving appliances
MODULE TWO Visual signals
Line-throwing appliances, emergency lighting
Running a Surveying Business
and general alarm systems
A well rounded course Setting up a business
Planning and strategy (including marketing
Testing and type approval of lifesaving
for both those with little considerations) Surveys training
Finance, accounting and budgeting
experience and those Legislation considerations
Part 3 - Fire Protection, Detection and
who wish to specialise in Essentials of contracting including
professionalism and ethics Introduction
particular areas of Small Cash management Preparation for surveys

Structural fire protection
Fire detecting equipment
(Fergus Meek, Oceancraft) Small craft fixed fire-extinguishing equipment
Reports, Communication and Information Fire control plans
Part 4 - Navigational Aids and Equipment
Part 1 - Effective Writing, Reporting and
Preparation for surveys
Reviewing the basics Navigational aids and equipment
Preparation Testing and type approval of navigational
Structure and style equipment
Report writing
Presentations MODULE SIX
Negotiation and communication for the small
craft surveyor Stability
Part 2 - Information Technology in Small Craft Basic concepts
Surveying Flotation
Stability criteria including free surface effect
Introductory explanation of IT
Inclining experiments
Selecting and choosing a practical and cost-
SCV Code application
effective IT outfit
Stability related survey items
Using IT to your advantage
Digital photography
Awarded by: The internet and the World Wide Web
Email and its efficient use Marine Surveying Law
Introduction to law
MODULE FOUR Sources of English law
Occupational Health and Safety The European dimension
Law of Contract
Relevant legislation
INFORMATION Assessing risk and principles of control
Law of Tort
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency and
& REGISTRATION Occupational health hazards and controls
Industry Codes of Practice
Confined space safety
+44 (0)20 7017 5510
Safe access and egress
+1 (646) 957 8929
Lone working
Accident reporting and recording
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Marine Insurance for Surveyors Inland Waterways and Canal Craft Small Commercial Craft
Introduction Regulations Construction
- The relationship between insurers and Initial details Special purpose vessels (tugs, pollution
surveyors - Craft details control, pilot vessels etc.)
- The growth and origins of marine insurance - Craft type Health and safety
Maritime and marine insurance law - Survey location and conditions Lifting and towing gear
Hull and machinery cover - general - Craft history Standards
Hull and machinery cover - small craft Construction and materials Fire insulation and fire fighting equipment
Liability to third parties Areas of anticipated hull and stern gear Safety equipment
Collision, salvage and pollution problems Survey regimes
Personal injury Safety equipment Areas of operation
Claims Machinery spaces Dangerous goods
Disputes and dispute resolution Fuel systems and storage Materials
Liability of surveyors Fresh water and heating systems Propulsion
Future developments Sewage disposal arrangements
Mooring equipment
Companies that have already benefited
MODULE NINE Control systems from the Diploma in Small Craft Surveying
Gas systems and ventilation include:
Small Craft Structures - Construction,
Survey and Repair ABC Leisure Group Ltd Mauritius Ports Authority
Small craft methods of construction Allsafe Ltd Mersey Sand Suppliers
Power Leisure Vessels and Sail Leisure Alnmariter Ltd Montecarlo Shipping
Classification Society and EC Directive new Anthony AL Mattheou and National Computer Board
construction standards Vessels Associates. National Inland Waterways
Classification Society and ISO 12215 How a survey is carried out Associated British Ports Authority
Associated Press Nevis Island Administration
requirements for hull structural strength The practical work of surveying Atlantic International Newquay Harbourmaster
EC Directive for Recreational Craft (RCD) Setting up a survey Marine Norfolk Line
MCA Small Commercial Vessel and Pilot Boat Construction materials Bahaman Port Authority North Star Yachts
Blisworth Tunnel Oceancraft
Code of Practice, hull safety construction Dismantling and opening up for a survey Narrowboats Ltd Oceansky Boatworks
requirements The hull Blue Ocean Yacht Offshore Technical
Fibre reinforced plastic hulls The deck and deck fittings Management Services
Bord Lascaigh Mhara Osprey Marine
Aluminium and steel hulls Interior components British Airports Authority P&O Ferries
Wood Machinery British American Tobacco Port of Dover
Construction survey defects, repairs, hull Spars, rigging and sails BTW Marine Services Ports of Whitby and
Cammell Laird Gibraltar Ltd Scarborough
coating and planned maintenance Dinghies Carnival UK Prestige Watercraft
Problems and common mistakes Chevron Shipping Company RL Boating Services
MODULE TEN Helpful hints China Corporation Register Royal & Sun Alliance
of Shipping Engineering
Illustrations of defects found when surveying Croatian Register of Royal National Lifeboat
Small Craft Engineering
Types of surveys Shipping Institution
Introduction to small craft engineering Damage of surveys Department of Sea Royal Navy
ISO standard requirements Fisheries, Guernsey SAMSA
Det Norske Veritas OY/AG Scottish Fishery Protection
Small craft design and construction SPECIALIST MODULE C Dublin Port Company Agency
Types of engines Electricity Supply Board Seahorse Maritime Ltd
Diesel engine parts Fishing Vessels EMP Coposites Sealife Crewing Agency
Flagship Yachts Serco Denholm Ltd
Power transmission Construction and materials Gardline Surveys South African Maritime
Fuels and fuel systems Fishing methods Glasgow College of SafetyAuthority
Lubricants and lubricating systems Regulations Nautical Studies Square Sail Shipyard Ltd
Halcyon Marine St Maarten Port Authority
Starting systems Health and safety Consultancy Stena Line
Shafting and propellers Risk assessment Hall Marine Surveys Stewart Marine Design Ltd.
Refrigeration, air conditioning and ventilation Lifting operations and lifting equipment Hanson Ship Management Svitzer Marine
Havila Supply (Cyprus) Ltd Swire Pacific Offshore
Deck machinery and equipment Work equipment Henderson International North Sea Ltd
Steering gear Pipe work LLC, Dubai T.S.M. Ltd
Electricity and electrical equipment Noise, vibration, carcinogenics and mutagens HM Forces Teekay Shipping Ltd
Irish Coastguard Service UBS AGU
Bridge control and emergency systems & working height Irish Ferries University of New Zealand
Safety and operation of diesel engines Jo Tankers Ltd Valentia Coast Guard
Maintenance of vessel machinery Jubilee Sailing Trust Vosper Thornycroft
Kusch Yacht Bay VT Group
Lloyds Register of Waterways Ireland
Shipping World Maritime Services
Maersk Ltd
Marine Ports and Services Zurich Insurance Ireland
Maritime and Coastguard Ltd
Agency (MCA)
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Enhance your ability to address, analyse and solve insurance problems

COURSE OVERVIEW: MODULE ONE much the same way and provide similar cover as in
those early days. The concept of mutuality is key to
Principles of Marine Insurance Law
Boost your ability to address, the structure, success and functioning of the Club
Introducing the essential features and peculiarities system and this concept will be studied in some
analyse and solve insurance of the law of marine insurance, with particular detail to understand the foundations of the Clubs
problems, whether looking at emphasis on the Marine Insurance Act 1906 as well and how the system works in practice. A section of
matters from the perspective as an introduction into carriage of goods by sea. the module will also explore how P&I underwriting
It provide a foundation for further in-depth studies is structured and how the mutual system links into
of assureds or underwriters, of marine insurance which will be provided in later and relies upon commercial market cover by way of
and to advise clients and modules. reinsurance facilities. The core of the module will
Principles of the law and the Marine Insurance be an examination of the scope of liability cover
underwriters on points of Act provided by the Clubs, linking the cover provided
principle and policy wordings. Formation of the contract with the liability regimes for the various categories.
Duty of utmost good faith
Warranties Concept of mutual insurance
The requirement of insurable interest History, organisation, management and role of
Risks covered P&I Clubs
This course is very Salvage and general average Relationship between a Club and its members
The duty of assured clause
valuable. I have enrolled Causation
Legal status of the Rule Book
Categories of cover provided by Clubs
on a course where I Types of losses and their indemnification
The making of a claim
Specialist Clubs and special covers
Relationship between Club and market covers
received so much useful Reinsurance
appropriate and relevant Special Categories of Marine Insurance Cover
information. Definitely A broad overview of all main categories of Marine Reinsurance
insurance contracts in the maritime field is provided Insurance is a way of transferring the economic
worth every penny! in this module. The shipping boom of the last consequences of a risk to another party, the insurer.
decade caused concerns over the rising trend in Insurers in their turn further transfer and spread
(Munawar Ali Syed, Al Khaleej Sugar Co LLC)
insurance claims and now, but for different reasons, the risk to other insurers by reinsurance. In the
the concern is that the financial crisis will also have current economic climate the relationship between
adverse effects on marine insurance. The module primary insurance and reinsurance will be more
will deal with the basic insurance cover for the important than ever for all involved. The specialised
maritime property of the ship owner and cargo area of reinsurance will be comprehensively covered
A truly comprehensive owner as well as for the protection against other in this module.
economic risks, such as loss of earnings or loss of
and well constructed the vessel as security for financing purposes. There Nature and purpose of reinsurance
will be comprehensive explanations of the perils
course. These modules insured against, including collision liabilities, which
Reinsurance methods in practice
Different categories of reinsurance contracts
will prove a valuable are, by tradition, covered under the vessels Hull &
Machinery insurance. Other (third party) liabilities
- Facultative and treaty
Reinsurance intermediaries
source of reference for will be covered in a subsequent module, but a brief Closing reinsurances
introduction to Protection & Indemnity Clubs will be Relationships between primary and reinsurance
many years to come. provided here. contracts
Relationship between assured/reassured/
(Shaun Dillon, Noble Denton Consultants Ltd) Hull & Machinery insurance reinsurer
- Time covers Incorporation of terms from the direct policy
- Voyage covers
Cargo insurance MODULE FIVE
- A, B, and C clauses (1983 and 2009 versions)
- Cargo insurance and international sales Claims
contracts The more practical procedures and implications
War and strikes insurance related to filing a claim under a marine insurance
SRA Freight insurance policy are described. Claims handling is an issue
Mortgagees interest insurance for both the insured and the insurer regardless of
100% Builders risk insurance whether the insurance relates to hull or machinery
CPD Introduction to third party liability insurance and interests, cargo or shipowners liability.
P&I Clubs
Accrediting body: Damage and casualty reporting
MODULE THREE Notice of loss to insurers
Sue and labour
P&I Clubs and Mutual Insurance Surveys
An overview and detailed introduction into the Collecting evidence
world of mutual liability insurance as provided Salvage
by P&I Clubs. The system of mutual Clubs has Repair
existed for nearly 300 years - initially with the Hull Recoveries
INFORMATION Clubs and, for the last 150 years, the Protection The role of average adjusters
and Indemnity Clubs. This method of providing
& REGISTRATION liability insurance to the ship operators continues to
- Average agents
- Surveyors
+44 (0)20 7017 5510 dominate the market with over 90% of the worlds - Classification societies
+1 (646) 957 8929 deep sea ships entered in one of 13 P&I Clubs of - Brokers
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The world-leading qualification for maritime leaders forging a more efficient and
environmentally responsible industry

COURSE OVERVIEW: MODULE ONE from the ship design perspective.

Ship design and energy efficiency
Covering a wide range of Introduction to Energy Management and the
Frictional and viscous resistance reduction
International Response in Shipping
technical, operational and - Paints, roughness reduction methods, air
Introducing key notions of energy sources and lubrication
commercial issues the
security, the impact of air emissions and the - Hull form optimisation for wave resistance
programme delivers the international response particularly in shipping, the reduction
knowledge and critical aim of this module is to build a common vocabulary Ship propulsion improvement designs
evaluation skills needed to and understanding, starting by exploring notions - Pre-swirl, propeller and post-swirl
make informed decisions and such as externality, management and governance. Ship construction and shipboard equipment
The focus will then shift to energy and its use, Energy efficient ship design for life cycle
strategic energy management particularly relating to social contexts, societal considerations
plans, for middle to senior evolutions and our continued dependence on Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI)
managers in shipping and fossil fuels. Thereafter, air pollution and associated Energy efficiency and shipboard emissions
related sectors, including international responses will be examined, along Retrofitting
with the rise of the concept of energy efficiency
maritime trade, transport,
and the importance of energy management. The MODULE THREE
logistics and offshore energy. last part of the module focuses on the response to
air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions in the Energy Efficient Ship Operations
Issues from ship design and shipping industry, including MARPOL Annex VI and Optimal ship operation provides by far the
on-board ship operations its chapter on energy efficiency. greatest opportunities for energy-saving and CO2
Important notions relating to energy reduction. Achieving this depends on a number of
through to international Energy sources and focus on fossil fuels stakeholders, from charterers and port operators to
regulations and alternative Energy security ship owners and managers. Also, there are binding
fuels are considered in the Energy type: a social choice legal contracts that need to be observed. All these
programme. Some approaches Energy management principals, policies and their impose constraints and create barriers to the most
rationale efficient operation of ships.
come from technology and
Impacts of air emissions: local pollution to global This module considers key topics; from
innovation whereas others can climate change management to legal and commercial issues; from
be attributed to compliance The international response to air pollution (IPCC, just-in-time and virtual arrival to slow steaming
with environmental regulations UNFCCC, the Kyoto Protocol etc.) and relevant technical and legal constraints; from
and good operational practices. Shipping community response to air emissions weather routing to e-navigation and advanced
control communication systems; and from ballast water
Promotion of energy efficiency in shipping to trim optimisation and the all important port
Energy efficiency policy and the International operation.
Up to date analysis of Maritime Organization (IMO)
Ship management, legal aspects and energy
current initiatives and - Shipping contracts
MODULE TWO - Contractual, legal and regulatory frameworks
future developments in - Commercial requirements
Energy Efficiency and Ship Design
energy efficient shipping. - Role of industry stakeholders
Fuel consumption in ship design and operation - Key drivers and barriers
has been widely studied over the years by ship Fleet optimisation
owners and operators, and a complete ship energy - Economics of ship operation
system design is presented in this module including - Ship capacity utilisation
pertinent IMO regulations. - Ship speed reductions
Both ship resistance and propulsion are reviewed to - Reduced ballast and non-productive voyages
SRA establish principles of ship powering in the context - Bunker procurement and ship logistics for
100% of energy efficiency improvement methodologies. optimum operation
Design approaches and technologies are assessed - Dry docking aspects
CPD for applicability to different vessel types. Ship main Ship loading management
Accrediting body:
and auxiliary engines, energy consumers and their - Just-in-time (JIT) operation and virtual arrival
interactions including renewable energy devices are (VA)
also reviewed. - Ship operation profile, analysis and impact of
Ship energy efficiency is considered not only for the waiting times
sea voyage but also for the port approach and port - Port exhaust emissions
operations in addition to special conditions such as - VA concept, practices and requirements
shallow water and river transport. A probabilistic Slow steaming
INFORMATION ship life cycle approach is employed to measure - Analysis of ship speed, power and fuel
& REGISTRATION the effects of ship design and energy efficiency consumption
improvements. Guidelines and interpretations of - Economic and contractual aspects
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Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) are appraised, Weather routing and e-navigation
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relevant tools and major service providers - Future aspects including integrated of solar and wind energy in the maritime
- Use of modern digital and communication systems with seamless link between office industry, analysing the associated benefits and
systems for optimal ship handling and and ship disadvantages.
routing Engine load management Case studies are provided to enhance
Trim optimisation - Engine performance characteristics understanding.
- Science and physics of trim and ship fuel - Impact of engine load on efficiency Motivation, MARPOL Annex VI Chapter 3, air
consumption - Current industry practices for engine load pollutants
- Model tests, Computational Fluid Dynamics management Alternative fuels
(CFD) analysis, trim guidance matrices, - Opportunities for engine upgrades - Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Liquefied
relevant tools and importance of masters System planning for energy efficiency Petroleum Gas (LPG)
experience and practices - Analysis of the ship en-route operation - Distillate fuels
Ballast water management - Operation planning for reduced electrical - Marine Gas Oil (MGO) and Marine Diesel Oil
- Ship ballast requirements and steam requirements (MDO)
- IMO guidelines - Reduced utilisation factor for auxiliary - Low sulphur diesel fuel
- Ship loading to ensure stability and safety engines, boilers and machinery while en- - Biofuel and biodiesel
- Optimal ballast and best practice route Renewable Energy
Port operation and green ports - Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan - Solar energy and applications
- Loading and unloading practices (SEEMP) - Wind energy and applications
- Impacts on ship fuel consumption and port - Energy Efficiency Operational Indicator - Wave energy and tidal power
emissions (EEOI)
- Cargo and ballast planning - IMO guidelines
- Green ports initiatives - SEEMP development, EEOI calculation,
- Onshore power supply (cold ironing) effective implementation
- Relevant regulations, standards and current - Importance of human factor and roles and
practices responsibility
- Sample SEEMP and EEOI estimate issues
MODULE FOUR and best practices
Maintenance for energy efficiency
Energy Management Onboard Ship
- Link between maintenance and energy
The proper management and maintenance of efficiency
various ship-board systems and technical assets - Condition monitoring of hull, engines,
represents an important opportunity for greater boilers, economisers, etc.
energy efficiency and reduced costs. Most of - Steam system insulation, steam traps, and
these measures are under the control of the reducing steam loss
ship owner and/or operator and can therefore be - Compressed air system monitoring,
relatively easy to implement. identifying fouling of various systems
This module deals with ship-board activities and - Technology upgrade opportunities such as
their impact on fuel consumption, with particular lighting, electric motors, etc.
focus on the optimal performance of technical
systems and machinery. MODULE FIVE
Overview of ship-board activities
- Ships staff organisation, roles and Alternative Fuels and Marine Renewable
responsibilities Energy
- Activities that impact fuel consumption The maritime community has been looking
- The link between ship-board and shore- for fuel alternatives due to high prices and
based activities stringent regulations on emissions. A few
Energy audit and review Emissions Control Areas (ECAs) have already
- IMO and ISO 50001 requirements been introduced by the IMO and numerous
- How to conduct an energy audit/review mandatory regulations have come into force
including data gathering, analysis and for air pollutants and energy efficiency. This
benchmarking module will explore how new fuelling options
- Methods for techno-economic analysis and renewable energy could be very promising
of energy efficiency measures and for the future of the shipping industry.
development of Marginal Abatement Cost MARPOL Annex VI, in particular Chapters 3 and
Curves (MACCs) 4, are thoroughly explained as well as ECAs.
Ship performance monitoring (Retrofitting) options for the ships spending
- Manual and automated systems their trading lives in ECAs such as LNG or
- Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and their emissions abatement technologies will also be
reference lines covered. The principal alternative fuels will be
- Data collection, quality checks, examined in detail.
transmission, analysis and presentation Direct and indirect solar renewable energy
- Identification of service providers and will be introduced with the focus being on the
relevant commercial tools applications
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A practical guide to the complexities of International Trade and Maritime Law.


Commercial control of the vessel
Providing a programme of An Introduction to the English Legal System
Exception clauses/limitation of liability/
postgraduate study which Why are we looking at English law, rather than international conventions
international law? The problem of delay under time and voyage
will develop your academic
Fundamental principles of English law charters
knowledge and awareness The court system Hybrid charterparties
of International Trade and Arbitration The relationship between the charter, the bill of
Maritime Law and increase Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) lading and other documents
your understanding of how Fundamentals of contract law
commercial trade ventures may The law of tort
give rise to legal issues. International conventions and their effect on Marine Insurance Law
English law The nature of the marine insurance contract
European law Capacity to contract, good faith duties of the
The Human Rights Act 1998 parties and insurable interests
The course is well suited The Marine Insurance Act 1906; warranties
for those looking to MODULE ONE The Institute Cargo Clauses
Types of policies and insured perils
acquire or to improve their English Commercial Law and the Inter-
Relationship of International Trade Contracts
Coverage for General Average and Salvage
knowledge of maritime English commercial law: its origins and
law. The information characteristics MODULE SIX
Contracts for the sale of goods
given in the course Invoices and packing Maritime Law and International Trade
modules is both complete International trade and product liability
The contractual matrix in international trade
Part A:
Salvage and Collisions
and well presented, so it The nature of salvage and the elements required
makes understanding the for a salvage claim
International Sale of Goods and Remedies The Salvage Conventions 1989
issues easier. LOF
The international contract of sale
(Anastasiya Kozubovskaya-Pell, Nantes Implied terms Salvors claims
University, France) SCOPIC
International trade terms and standard form
contracts When towage becomes salvage
CIF contracts Collisions, Collision Regulations and the Collision
FOB contracts Convention
Remedies Recovery of loss collision damage and
Frustration of the contract apportionment of liability
Force Majeure Admiralty Claims
Is there a doctrine of good faith? The jurisdiction and procedure of the Admiralty
MODULE THREE Procedures for arresting ships
Bills of Lading Contracts The Brussels Convention and the Arrest
Bills of lading
Maritime liens
- Introduction
Judicial sale of the ship
- Functions
SRA General - Presentation
Interlocutory remedies and the freezing order
100% Council of the Electronic bills of lading
Part B:
CPD Bar 33 hours Bills of lading issued under charterparties
The Hague and Hague-Visby Rules General Average
Accrediting body:
Application of the Hague-Visby Rules Common law rights to general average
The Hamburg Rules The York Antwerp Rules 1974 and 1994
The Rotterdam Rules Valuing losses and assessing contributory values
Rights and remedies of the interests inter se
Charterparty Contracts
INFORMATION Choosing the type of charter: factors to consider Financing of International Sale of Goods
& REGISTRATION Express and implied obligations between Bills of exchange
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Countertrade Legal intervention - objectives an international context

Bank guarantees and performance bonds National law - UK and USA Impact of European Community and European
Other forms of mercantile finance International regime - oil pollution prevention Union law on trade both within the EU and
International regime - compensation for oil with third countries
MODULE EIGHT pollution Common customs policy, common commercial
State rights of intervention policy, Free Trade Agreements, anti-dumping
Litigation, Arbitration and ADR
Industry regimes - TOVALOP and CRISTAL legislation, competition rules
Part A: Bunker oil pollution Internal trade within the EU and the EEA: free
Litigation, Arbitration and ADR Hazardous and noxious substances - new movement of goods and the internal market
Litigation in the Commercial Court and the convention Trade liberalisation: the contribution made by
Civil Procedural Rules Pollution and salvage the World Trade Organization (WTO), UN and
General aspects of arbitration, and arbitration Marine pollution and EU other public international bodies
and litigation compared Specific provisions in GATT 1994, GATS and
The Arbitration Act 1996 and English SPECIALIST MODULE C other specific WTO agreements designed to
arbitration assist free trade
European Union Competition Law in
Trade arbitration agreements Relation to Shipping
International arbitration
Introduction to competition law
Introduction to EC law
Part B: EC transport policy and shipping policy
Enforcement of Judgements and Awards An examination of the key provisions of EC It is an excellent opportunity
Foreign judgements under the Civil competition law (i.e. Articles 81, 82, 86 and for maritime professionals to
Jurisdiction and Judgements Act 1982 87-89)
Foreign judgements outside the Civil Role of community institutions in EC combine commercial practice
Jurisdiction and Judgements Act 1982

competition law and shipping
EC competition rules and shipping
with theoretical background.
Judgements of the European Court of Justice
Common law enforcement of foreign arbitral Council Regulation (EEC) 4056/86 To gain a real insight in day
Anti-competitive arrangements
Abuse of dominance
to day commercial operations
The New York Convention on Recognition and
Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards State aid combined with the ability
State authorities
The Geneva Convention of the Execution of
Liner conferences to predict the consequences
Foreign Arbitral Awards
Consortia and possible outcome arising
The control of mergers under the EC Merger out of any potential dispute
Conflicts of Laws and Forum Regulation between the parties.
Shopping Procedural issues
Jurisdiction of the courts at common law The future
Jurisdiction of the courts under the Brussels
It is fundamental to
and Lugano Conventions
Jurisdiction in actions based on contracts of Government Influence / Intervention in
understand the position and
insurance under the Conventions International Trade the overall relations between
The Rome Convention and the applicable law
to govern contracts
Introduction to the law governing private various parties in maritime
parties engaging in international trade at the
Insurance contracts and the Rome Convention
state, supra-national and international level adventure. The ability to have
from a UK perspective
Specific analysis of the impact of:
access to law libraries and
Ship Finance Law - Trade regulatory law, including laws on case law provides a unique
external trade barriers, customs duties,
Commercial functions and concerns: meaning
trade embargoes, pre-shipment inspection
opportunity to evaluate not
of terms
Form of transactions formalities and and other limitations on state freedom only how the English law
to impose direct or indirect restraints on
international trade systems work but further
Pre drawdown
Post drawdown - Laws against subsidies and dumping to test the mentioned
- Legislation relating to private contracts,
Period of deterioration of relations
Enforcement of security including illegal contracts, unfair contract commercial relations on real
Lenders main concerns terms legislation and choice of law and cases and facts.
jurisdictional issues
SPECIALIST MODULE B UK statutes and English law, including the (Apostolos Mavrides, Tanker Operations)
common law
Oil and Chemical Pollution Contracts against public policy, restraint of
Oil and chemical pollution from ships trade and unenforceable contract terms
Introduction - sources of marine pollution Sale of goods legislation under UK law and in
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The advanced legal qualification of choice for maritime law professionals


The LLM enables you to This LLM top up route enables you to develop an advanced understanding of a specialist area of maritime
law and is suitable for those in both the legal and maritime industry who are looking to enhance their career
develop an advanced prospects.
understanding of a specialist
area of maritime law. It is Having passed the Lloyds Maritime Academy and London Metropolitan University Postgraduate Diploma in
suitable for those in both the Maritime Law course, this newly developed LLM in Maritime Law top up allows students to obtain a masters
legal and maritime industry degree delivered by distance learning from the same established partnership.
who are looking to enhance This unique distance learning programme will improve both your research and independent study skills and
their career prospects and your ability to develop substantiated critical argument.
is exclusively available to
those who have completed The course consists of
our Postgraduate Diploma in One research-based module which counts for 20 credits
A dissertation which counts for 60 credits
Maritime Law.
The module has two assessment components
1. Literature review (which counts for 40% of the module marks)
Challenging and makes 2. Research proposal (which counts for 60% of the module marks)

learning a pleasant The two assessments for the research module will prepare you for, and lead you towards, the dissertation
experience to keep up component of the LLM programme.

with the time. The dissertation topic focuses on an area of interest to individual students. You will receive full guidance and
support from the course director throughout the dissertation writing process.
(J Menezes, Ericson & Richards)

Accrediting body:

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The advanced international qualification for the marine surveying professional


Delivered over 18 months, This MSc top up route has been designed with the busy maritime professional in mind, enabling you to apply
your existing specialist knowledge of surveying to the ever changing global industry and develop your ability to
it will provide essential manage strategically.
management content, building
upon your existing technical Having already passed either the Lloyds Maritime Academy Diploma in Marine Surveying or Small Craft Surveying,
knowledge and practical you have gained 80 credits towards a 180 credit masters qualification. This newly developed MSc in Marine
competence. Exclusively Surveying (Top up) provides the remaining 100 credits, giving you the unique opportunity to gain a masters
degree delivered by distance learning from the well established partnership between Lloyds Maritime Academy
available for those who have and Middlesex University Business School.
completed the Diploma in
Marine Surveying or Diploma The course consists of
in Small Craft Surveying it Two compulsory modules which count for 40 credits
An Applied project which counts for 60 credits
gives you the tools to progress
your career to the next level. MODULES
Management Skills for the Marine Surveyor (20 credits)
As an advanced marine surveyor you face a range of challenges that go beyond professional technical expertise.
I really enjoyed this Chief amongst these is the ability to work with people in a number of differing roles and responsibilities, from your
principal to co-workers.
course and it has been
a valuable qualification You also need to understand how your work impacts on the strategic requirements of your organisation. Be able
to successfully manage projects and have the ability to contribute positively to the winning of new business.
to enable me to work This module provides an introduction to key concepts and techniques, enabling you to make a positive strategic
more proficiently as a difference in your practice.

surveyor. The technical Module syllabus includes:

and managerial balance Organisations: structures, cultures, teams
Managing interpersonal relationships: power, influence, authority, delegation, negotiation
was good, I enjoyed the Managing resources and operations: using performance information, resource planning, project management
technical aspect and Strategic management: analysing environments and markets, strategic decision making
Responsibility: corporate responsibility, business ethics, environmental responsibilities
learnt much about the
Ship Design and the Impact on the Surveyor (20 credits)
This module will raise the your awareness regarding; modern ship design, cutting edge construction methods and
(K Gorringe, Marine Surveyor and Owner of East materials, the latest engineering systems and their influence on the work of the marine surveyor in the future.
Sussex Marine)

You will be expected to understand appropriate regulations and the latest thinking in protecting the environment,
ensuring that you are equipped to become a progressive surveyor operating in the modern maritime industry.

Module syllabus includes:

Ship design: choice of materials, machinery and manufacturing techniques to satisfy the requirements of
modern environmentally friendly ships
Criteria for developing a build specification: ship type, machinery specification
Marine surveying: design stage, through life requirements & scrappage. The role of class
Human factors: cost effective management
Accrediting body: Personal development as a surveyor: knowledge of industry, new avenues for a surveyor & new technology

You will be assessed by various coursework components totalling 4000 words or equivalent per module.
Assessments may take the form of short answer questions, case study reports, written reports and online
activities and contributions.

Applied Project (60 credits)

This project module seeks to provide students with an opportunity to synthesise knowledge and skills developed
INFORMATION during the programme, and apply that understanding and increased ability to the formulation, design, execution
and analysis of implications of an original research project addressing a substantive marine surveying problem.
& REGISTRATION In particular, the module aims to provide a structure within which students can apply their understanding of a
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How the course works

MBA in Shipping & Logistics
This Masters in Business Administration in Shipping and Logistics programme
I warmly recommend provides an integrated balance of management theories with their underlying
this MBA to all maritime practical business and maritime industry-specific applications.
specialists who want
to improve their Delivered purely online you can study a fully accredited MBA developed in
skills, knowledge and conjunction with maritime and logistics industry leaders, shipping executives and
understanding of the well-regarded academics.
shipping businesses.
(Catalin-Valerica Ancau, Head Office - Water
This is a Middlesex University programme and qualification, jointly developed,
Transportation for Import Shipping & Logistics delivered and assessed by Middlesex and Lloyds Maritime Academy, and quality
ArcelorMittal Steel Galati S.A.)
assured by Middlesex University.

Teaching Method
I actually changed my The programme is delivered by distance learning, with access to associated online discussion
job thanks to this MBA! forums managed by the module tutors.
(Marco Baccarini, Logistics Department
Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A) Module Delivery
The MBA in Shipping & Logistics consists of an extensive collection of distance education
activities and resources. All the necessary materials, resources and guides for study will be
provided. The basis for the structure of learning will be the form in which the materials appear on
the universitys Virtual Learning Environment, which will be the main medium of study.

The MBA programme is delivered over two years, ending with the submission of the Business
Transformation Project.

Tutor Support
You will have online access to a tutor for each module where they will be available via email
and phone at specific times for direct real-time support. In addition to which a member of the
universitys e-learning team will always be available to help you with any technical difficulties
should these arise.

Modules are assessed in a variety of ways at regular intervals and they are a compulsory element
of the programme.

There will not be any examinations requiring attendance at a venue, but there will be certain
online time-controlled tests in some modules. You will be required to take these within a specific
time period. As they will be online, they can be completed at a location of choice.

This information provided is a broad outline of what students can expect. The individual
programme brochure and website will provide a more comprehensive overview of the programme
content and delivery.

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Your executive training solution - The only maritime MBA delivered solely by
distance learning


The design and content The design and content of the MBA in Shipping and Logistics provides an integrated balance of management
theories with their underlying practical business and maritime industry-specific applications. The MBA
of the Masters in Business is the result of exhaustive research and has been developed in conjunction with maritime and logistics
Administration in Shipping industry leaders, shipping executives, respected academics and those regarded as the next generation of
and Logistics programme management.
provides an integrated balance
of management theories with MODULE ONE
their underlying practical Shipping Business and International Trade
business and maritime Developing the students advanced understanding of the context in which the maritime world operates, this
industry-specific applications. module will lay the foundation for the programme and focus on:
The economics of the maritime industry, the characteristics of demand and supply and their interaction in
the various maritime markets;
The strategic environment of maritime policy and administration;
This MBA has challenged The key principles of maritime law. The oceans, seas and waterways are still the predominant conduits for
international trade.
me academically and
personally. I have MODULE TWO

found the material Business Strategy

Aiming to equip students with a detailed understanding of the key developments in, and thinking derived
relevant and applicable. from, the study of strategy, this section will:
Embarking on this type Explore models and theories of strategy and their application by practicing managers in todays world;
Inform students of the key developments in, and thinking derived from, the study of strategy;
of distance learning Critically appraise where and when such models are useful and how to utilise them;
course at Masters level Provide fascinating and relevant examples and exercises that illustrate these concepts with the intent of
building students capability in strategic thinking and practice.
is developing my ability
to manage time, stress
Executive Leadership
and priorities. I am really
Focusing upon the critical issue of people and their performance in the particular context of the maritime
enjoying the experience. industry, the module will:
(Peter L. Jackson, Seaspan Ship Management Ltd)
Illustrate how the processes of contemporary human resource management support organisational
Explore the key elements of the HR cycle resourcing, managing performance, developing and rewarding;
Identify areas of overlap between management and leadership and to investigate competences and
behaviours associated with management and leadership;
Develop leadership behaviours that will enable students to manage performance as well as lead change
to improve overall organisational performance.

Advanced International Marketing
Exploring marketing and communication strategies in the context of shipping / logistics organisations, this
component will:
Equip students with the skills to analyse current marketing strategies and apply appropriate techniques
based on insights gained;
Develop students ability to identify critical actions that enhance profitability;
Help the student create a communications strategy and plan, a marketing strategy and plan, and to outline
Accrediting body:
the business case for such plans.

Finance and Risk Management
This highly topical module looks at the critical issues of finance and risk. Designed to build and enhance the
knowledge of students in the financing of ships and management of the major risks in shipping. In particular
INFORMATION this section will:
& REGISTRATION Evaluate the various finance methods available for shipping companies;
Critically assess the techniques of investment appraisal under risky and uncertain situations in the
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A very demanding MODULE SIX

programme requiring Optimising Business Performance

The final taught module will focus upon the development of shipping within the logistics supply chain. It will build
individual commitment from student skills in projects mastery, research and development (R&D) and innovation within the context of shipping
all participating students. logistics. The objective is to provide awareness, knowledge and insight into the organisations need for constant
attention to technical, cultural, social and environmental change in the global shipping and logistics sectors. In
Such advice should not go particular this module will:
unheeded to the prospective Explore the role of research and development in the advance of historic, contemporary and future operations
and technologies;
student, but of course with Define and delineate the key principles of maritime logistics;
commitment comes reward Evaluate the need for innovation in the constant management of change;
Integrate and apply the principles of project mastery in attaining and sustaining operational and technical
which means you will have leadership in the maritime supply chain.
earned your Masters in
Business Administration
Written to the same standard as a dissertation, the project will provide students with a means of developing
with specialism in Shipping further the skills and knowledge gained on the MBA, by application to a specific organisational issue or problem.
& Logistics. It enables students to demonstrate proficiency in the design of a business enhancement project, application of
appropriate methods of investigation, management of the change process and maintenance of vision in the face
(Colin Manchester, Head of Shipping Coverage, of the vicissitudes of business realities.
Americas, RBS Corporate Banking Division)


The MBA in Shipping & Logistics is designed specifically for managers in the shipping sector and related logistics
It is my pleasure to join businesses. The programme is equally suited to those who work within the shipping community as a supplier or
the MBA in shipping and customer. The student profile represents all aspects of the industry encompassing ship owners, ship operators,
logistics businesses, ports management, insurance companies, maritime lawyers, brokers, surveyors, financial
logistics, not only because institutions and maritime administrators.
the programme is designed
Whilst a number of students are studying independently of an organisation to further their prospects without
with such care that we commitment to their employer, a selection of some of the international companies and organisations that are
will cover most of the befitting from the skills and knowledge gained through the MBA in Shipping & Logistics include:
basic denominators and A.A. Turki Corporation Maritime Tankers and Shipping Seaspan Ship Management Ltd
Company (MTSC ), Kuwait
fascinating items in the A.P.Moller Maersk
MOL (Europe) B.V.
Sakhalin Energy Investment
Company, Ltd
Anchor Marine Transportation Ltd
maritime industry, but ArcelorMittal Steel SA Galati Moran Shipping Agencies, Inc Societe dAcconage et de
because of the quite vast Benelux Overseas Inc Navig8 Asia Pte Ltd Manutention en Mauritanie
experienced professionals Canada Steamship Lines Nigeria LNG Ltd Sonangol Marine Services - Houston,
represented by Lloyds Dynacom Tankers Management Ltd Nigerian Agip Oil Company Ltd
Studio legale Grego
Nigerian Maritime Administration and
Maritime Academy and Fujairah Refinery Company Ltd
Safety Agency Suncor Energy Inc
Hyproc Shipping Company
Middlesex University. Norton Lilly International (Panama), S.A Threeways Shipping Services
Indoliziz Marine
(Euna Rhodes) Oldendorff Carriers GmbH & Co. KG [Group] Ltd
International Marine
Transportation Ltd P&O Ferries Ltd Torm A/S
Intertek Testing Services Prisco (Singapore) PTE Ltd Transocean Support Services
RBS Corporate Banking Division Nigeria Ltd
JSC Belarusian Potash Company
Kapital Leading Transport Roymar Shipmanagement Inc Transport Canada Marine Safety
Lloyds Register Ruman Shipcontractors Ltd TriplePoint Technology
Accrediting body: Maersk LNG Safmarine Walvis Bay Stevedoring Co. (Pty) Ltd


Management Technical Legal/Insurance

Captains/Seafaring Port/Terminal/Harbour Sales

Operations/Logistics Chartering/Trading Other
Projects/Consultancy Health/Safety/Quality

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Exclusively for graduates of the Lloyds Maritime Academy and North West Kent
College Diplomas - take your study to the next level with a top-up Masters of
Business Administration from Middlesex University

With business taking Providing a business administration top-up to your industry focused Diploma course, the curriculum will equip
both established and future industry leaders with the skills and knowledge they need to manage themselves
place in a global as well as their operation successfully. The programme consists of four modules and a Research Methods
module before a final Business Transformation Project delivered over the 18 months. Students who have
environment, more and successfully completed the relevant Diploma from Lloyds Maritime Academy and North West Kent College will
more of it is conducted carry 60 Credits of prior study towards an MBA.

online and remotely Online delivery means you can study without having to travel or compromise your employment status.
from colleagues and The unique Middlesex University online student learning environment provides access to online written
materials, complemented by audio visual content, group interaction, networking opportunities and a variety
clients. The MBA follows of e-learning tools.
the same principle and
The Business Transformation Project will allow you to integrate all the topics covered in the course and to
delivers convenient, analyse a current issue affecting your company or the industry, using real world data and presenting realistic
flexible, collaborative, action points. This project is not only integral to the achievement of the programme outcomes but will prove
invaluable to your company or industry sector.
relevant and excellent
value learning while The MBA Programme Structure

you maintain your Existing

Programme Executive Business Marketing Finance &
current career Diploma
Induction Leadership Strategy Management Economics

60 Credits 20 Credits 20 Credits 20 Credits 20 Credits



10 Credits 30 Credits

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MBA (Ship Management)


MBA (Crew Management)


MBA (Ship Agent)


MBA (Ship Superintendency)

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The course will develop The MBA starts with a two-week distance learning induction, followed by five study modules before
culminating with the submission of a Business Transformation Project, developed and delivered over the 18
your subject knowledge, months of the course. The structure draws in wide geographical, commercial and personal best practice to
communication, negotiation ensure maximum learning and development.
and report writing skills,
strategic principles and PROGRAMME INDUCTION
decision making abilities, as The MBA begins with an induction module allowing students to rapidly familiarise themselves with the
well as helping you learn about online learning management system and the learning resources available.
yourself and how to develop Introductions to faculty and resources
Instructions for use of online learning management system
into the kind of business leader Networking with fellow MBA students
you want to be.
Executive Leadership
This module focuses upon people and their performance in a variety of contexts and covers:
Management and leadership
Leadership and change
Leadership development
Strategic HR management
The HR cycle and HR planning

Business Strategy
This module aims to inform students of the key developments in, and thinking derived from the study of
strategy. It includes:
The strategy process
Purposes and objectives of organisations
The external environment, including the competitive and structural dynamics of industries
The internal environment focusing on resources and capabilities as well as linking this to knowledge
management and organisational learning
Innovation and the management of technology
Competitive strategy and linking this to cost and differentiation advantage
Corporate strategy covering the scope and boundaries of the firm and linking this to strategic choice in the
analysis process
International strategy covering the drivers of internationalisation, competitive advantage in an
international context, entry mode strategies, and the management of international operations
Implementation and managing strategic change
Accrediting body:
Marketing Management
This module covers marketing strategy in detail including marketing theories, analysing strategies and
develop the students ability to identify actions that help organisations achieve superior results through
INFORMATION marketing related activities. Students will study:
The local and international marketing environment
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lma@informa.com Brands, branding and marketing communication and campaigns
Innovation: new products, services and market development
MBA (Ship Management) Delivering customer value
www.lloydsmaritimeacademy.com/mbasm Managing and measuring marketing performance

MBA (Crew Management) MODULE FOUR

Finance and Economics
MBA (Ship Agent) This module aims to provide knowledge, skills and a theoretical and practical understanding in a number of
www.lloydsmaritimeacademy.com/mbasa technical and strategic aspects of financial management and economics and how they affect commercial
organisation. In particular the module includes:
MBA (Ship Superintendency) Global business economics
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- Basic economic theory and the firm Tuition is tailored to the specific needs of the student as agreed with
- Cost, supply, and pricing strategies the academic mentor/supervisor on the basis of the students proposal.
- Domestic macro-economic environment and policies Students will use their familiarity with the theory and empirical research in
- International economic environment and globalisation their chosen area of study, and to demonstrate their ability to review and
Managerial accounting and finance apply the concepts and techniques critically.
- Accounting principles and concepts They will also be expected to demonstrate proficiency in the selection and
- Financial statements including balance sheet, profit and loss account application of the appropriate methods to investigate and progress the
and cash flow statement business transformation.
- Analysis of financial statements (including concepts of depreciation,
Investigation may involve case study analysis, comparative study relative
debt and inventory)
to sector norms, and/or questionnaire or interview-based study. The
- Sources of finance and investment decision making (including IRR,
research may take one of several forms, for example:
- Cost of capital and capital structure An investigation of a management or organisational practice, strongly
- Budgets and performance indicators (including master budget and supported by reference to the relevant theory and concepts
cash budget) The research and design of a solution of a practical managerial or
- Interpreting costs and management of working capital (including organisational problem, where practical recommendations arise out of
breakeven point and CVP analysis) the mix of theory and data collection
- Distinguishing ownership from management incentives A project for a host/client organisation
- Corporate financial risk A work-based issue within the individuals own place of employment
- Portfolio theory (including calculation of Beta)
- Financial markets

This module provides students with a means of further developing their
skills in research. Success in producing the key output of this module, the
project proposal, is a requirement for commencing the final project. The
module includes:
Types of organisational research exploratory, investigative, case based
Kinds of knowledge issues relating to the qualitative-quantitative
Implications for research of positivism, realism, critical management and
other perspectives on management
Participatory and action research
The logic and organisational pragmatics of selecting an organisational
research topic
Research designs
Sources and methods of collecting information: surveys, databases,
observational data
Analysing information, including statistical methods, discourse analysis,
cognitive mapping
Summarising research and drawing conclusions


This module provides students with a means of further developing
the skills and knowledge gained on the original Diploma and during
the MBA, by application to a specific organisational issue or problem. It
enables students to demonstrate proficiency in the design of a business
enhancement project, application of appropriate methods of investigation,
management of the change process, and maintenance of leadership and
vision in the face of the vicissitudes of business realities.
Whilst there is no set syllabus, the MBA business transformation project
provides students with the opportunity to study and research a specific
organisation area/topic in depth. The main focus of this, however, is not
as a pure piece of research, but as a piece of action research where an
organisation or industry directly benefits from the planned intervention
of the student using appropriate methods of research and change
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Course Index

Subject Qualification Start month Fees* USD Page

Admiralty Law & Practice Foundation Diploma Enquire Enquire Enquire

Cargo Surveying Certificate May 1,999 $3,200
Chartering Certificate April & September 2,199 $3,520
Commercial Risks in Shipping Certificate February 1,999 $3,200
Container Shipping Fundamentals February 1,499 $2,400
Contracting Newbuildings Fundamentals October 1,499 $2,400
Crew Management Diploma July 3,375 $5,400
Crew Management MBA September 8,495 $13,595
KPIs for Shipping Certificate June 1,999 $3,200
Laytime & Demurrage Certificate January 1,999 $3,200
Marine Claims Certificate July 2,199 $3,520
Marine Insurance Postgraduate Diploma September 5,195 $8,320
Marine Investigation Diploma March 3,145 $5,040
Marine Pollution Prevention & Management Certificate April 1,649 $2,640
Marine Purchasing & Supply Management Diploma June 3,375 $5,400
Marine Salvage Law Certificate February 1,999 $3,200
Marine Surveying Diploma May & November 3,399 $5,440
Marine Surveying MSc April 4,195 $6,720
Marine Warranty Surveying Certificate May 1,899 $3,040
Maritime Business Management Diploma July 3,225 $5,160
Maritime Disputes & Arbitration Certificate November 1,999 $3,200
Maritime Economics Certificate May Enquire Enquire
Maritime Energy Management Postgraduate Diploma July 5,995 $9,600
Maritime Environmental Management Certificate March 1,999 $3,200
Maritime Law Postgraduate Diploma October 5,295 $8,480
Maritime Law LLM October 4,700 $7,520
Maritime Safety Management Certificate March 1,999 $3,200
Marine Security Certificate December 1,999 $3,200
Maritime Trade and Transport Fundamentals April & October 1,599 $2,560
Naval Architecture Certificate April & September 2,199 $3,520
Ship and Port Agents Diploma February 2,800 $4,480
Ship and Port Agents MBA September 8,495 $13,595
Ship Arrest Certificate September 1,999 $3,200
Ship Efficiency Certificate February 1,999 $3,200
Ship Finance Diploma October Enquire Enquire
Ship Management Diploma March & September 3,375 $5,400
Ship Management MBA September 8,495 $13,595
Ship Operations Certificate May 1,999 $3,200
Ship Repair Contract Management Fundamentals May 1,499 $2,400
Ship Sale and Purchase Fundamentals October 1,499 $2,400
Ship Superintendency Diploma April & October 3,375 $5,400
Ship Superintendency MBA September 8,495 $13,595
Shipping & Logistics MBA September 14,000 $22,400
Small Craft Surveying Diploma September 3,249 $5,200
Tanker Charterparties Foundation Diploma Enquire Enquire Enquire
Time Charterparties Foundation Diploma Enquire Enquire Enquire
Trade & Transport Law Certificate January 1,649 $2,640
Vessel Valuation Certificate March 1,999 $3,200
Voyage Charterparties Foundation Diploma Enquire Enquire Enquire

* Course start months and fees are correct at the time of going to print but are subject to change.
Please visit www.lloydsmaritimeacademy.com to see the latest course schedule and fees.
VAT may need to be charged additionally to some students depending on your location.

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