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MIAL Advanced Shipping One Day Intensive
A maritime industry focus on the business of shipping, including the important relationships and roles between ports and ships.
Understand how Australia fits into the global landscape and see a Port up close with a tour of a Port.
The Advanced Shipping Masterclass is ideal for Senior Managers, Business Development Managers, Marketing Managers, Analysts and
anyone else who works in the maritime environment and needs to get a broader understanding of how the industry works. MIAL, together with a high calibre group of speakers will present informative industry sessions.
Date: February 21st, 2019
Location: NSW Ports, Brotherson House, Penrhyn Road, Port Botany (off Foreshore Road). Parking is available in the NSW Visitors Parking area on the left, in the order of 100metres before Brotherson House.
What to bring: MIAL will provide a workbook and pens.
Dress standard: Casual dress with flat soled, covered shoes for the Port visit. Photo ID is also necessary for the Port visit.
Catering: Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea are provided. You will be asked to advise dietary requirements when booking.
Shipping Economics – Australia’s Unique Issues
• Coastal trading & cabotage
• International exports
• Maritime skills and the industrial landscape
Maritime Law for Non Lawyers
Jurisdiction, Transport & International Trade, Liability regimes, Shipping regulation in Australia, Ship arrests
Presenter: Stephen Thompson - Partner, Colin Biggers Paisley
The role of Classification Societies & Maritime Insurance
• What is classification? What are the requirements for shipowners, builders and managers? How does classification work?
• What are the roles of IACS and IMO?
• Liability regimes
• Hull and machinery
• Protection and indemnity
• Operations of the P&I Club
Presenter: Pierre de Chateau Thierry, Lloyd's Register
Safety & Environment
An overview of the international regulations relevant to the Australian maritime industry.
A Charterer’s Market
What is chartering? The difference between a ship charterer and a ship owner. What is the ship chartering procedure? What are ship owner duties? The role of the ship broker.
Maritime Finance for Non Accountants
• Financial considerations
• Vessel costs
Presenter: Jacqui Jennings, MIAL Chief Financial Officer
The Importance of Ports to Shipping
• Port responsibilities, Agents, Pilots, Tug companies and utilisation
Port Tour - Course close
All prices include GST and are quoted in $AUD.
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