Key Learning Objectives
- Review the industry from a global perspective, its terminology and stakeholders
- Discover shipping’s commercial, logistical, economic and trade components
- Recognise the fundamental technical issues of handling each type of cargo within the modern port
- Gain a working knowledge of ship operations, port management, supply services and the chartering process
- Understand vessel types and design overview including loading and discharge
- Identify the essential elements of documentation associated with maritime trade
- Recognise the contractual and legal environment under which shipping functions
- Comprehend the influence of major organisations such as IMO, Flag States and classification societies
- Appreciate marine pollution, health, safety, security and the impact on the supply chain
About the Course
This course will provide an introduction to the maritime industry, including an overview of a ship’s commercial, logistical, economic and trade components.
The nature of international shipping requires the services of many parties and organisations, and this course addresses how many of these contribute to the provision of a reliable and cost effective shipping and logistics solution.
Basic obligations incurred under various contracts of carriage are explained, along with marine insurance cover, how it’s governed and has developed its own unique features through its own Act of Parliament at the national level whilst IMO looks after the enforcement in the global arena.
The shipping industry is global in nature and subject to many international controls, which can cause delay and cost to the ship and cargo – the nature of these controls are examined. Finally, the course provides an overview of how the supply/ demand equations are increasingly impacted by CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) principles, which concern obligations towards the environment, marine pollution, sustainability and security.
Who Will Benefit
- Newcomers to the maritime industry seeking to add to or update their knowledge
- Those entering into contracts in the supply chain such as commodity owners/suppliers
- Clients of shipping companies and service providers
- Government personnel, advisors, policy makers from state, federal and local government
- Seafarers who would benefit from a more comprehensive overview of the industry they operate in
- Port and terminal operators
When & Where
MP101- Shipping, Ports & Maritime Fundamentals
5* Hotel (Name to be confirmed)
September 13, 2019
from 9 AM to 13:00 PM (4 Days)
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