Certificate in Marine Salvage Law

What topics are covered by the course?

This comprehensive introduction to marine salvage law is organised in six key modules, delivered by distance learning over 12 weeks.

This salvage law programme:

◦Introduces you to the history of salvage law
◦Reviews salvage principles and definitions
◦Examines the Salvage Convention
◦Explains Lloyd’s Open Form and the Special Compensation P&I Club Clause
◦Analyses other key contracts, conventions and guidelines which are essential knowledge for anyone involved in marine salvage, whether they be a seafarer, salvor, ship owner, cargo owner, underwriter, P&I Club case handler, broker average adjuster or solicitor.

Who should attend?

This distance learning course is ideal for anyone currently or potentially involved in marine salvage such as;

Salvage and towage personnel requiring a legal understanding
Surveyors, engineers and related technical specialists
Ship owners and managers
Maritime administration and port authority employees
Insurance and legal professionals seeking specialised knowledge.

What will I be able to do on completion?

Once all modules have been studied and the online tests
passed, you will be sent a certificate of completion from Lloyd’s Maritime
Academy as recognition of your study and for CPD purposes.

How will I be assessed?

Each study module ends with an online test for you to check
your learning. Take the test online and receive instant feedback. If you fail
the test return to the module and revise the relevant sections. You can then retake the test, although the questions will have changed.

Contact: Customer Services
T: +44 (0) 20 7017 5510
E: maritimecustserv@informa.com

Guide Price: £2099 but early enrolment discount may be available - visit the website for more

Delivery: Distance
Category: Marine Law »
Duration: 12 weeks

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