Diploma in Maritime Safety Law

Improve your knowledge and understanding of the key maritime safety legal policies in force in today’s shipping industry. The course will improve your career prospects and your performance whilst demonstrating your professional credibility to employers, clients and peers.

Part-time distance learning course over 12 months

Commences: Monday 28th September 2015

The Diploma in Maritime Safety Law is a professional development qualification providing the tools to improve your safety law knowledge and the opportunity to develop your career by giving you a deeper appreciation of the legislation and enforcement of maritime safety law policy.

Distance learning is the ideal way to gain management acumen and leadership capabilities in the international maritime sector, giving you access to fully supported education across oceans, borders and time-zones.

The Maritime Safety Law Diploma, studied by part-time distance learning, offers the prestige of a professional development qualification from the National Maritime Training Centre at North West Kent College and Lloyd’s Maritime Academy. You will learn about a wide range of maritime safety law issues and the implementation, application and enforcement of these in practice. So you can understand not only why there are certain procedures, but also the penalties for not adhering to these laws.

All learning materials, tutorial support and peer interaction are managed online, developing core competencies and knowledge in subjects including:

  • The four pillars of qualitative shipping: SOLAS, MARPOL, STCW and ILO MLC 2006
  • The ISM Code and its application
  • IMO’s goal-based standards
  • Navigation and safety at sea
  • Safety in relation to passenger ships, bulk carriers, etc

Visit the course website to learn more, view the course prospectus and apply to join today. Quote VIP code FLR2589MSR to save 10% on the course fee courtesy of Maritime Security Review!

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