Commercial Aspects of Shipping
Course Objective

On completion of the course, the participants will be able to understand and apply the learnings arising from following areas of ship management:

  • Upcoming regulations and their implications for operators
  • Monitoring ship performance
  • Charter Party obligations
  • Crewing challenges
  • Managing ships within budget
  • Typical issues faced and dealt with by managers ashore on a daily basis Industry Best Practices
One day

About the course

Effective management of ship operations calls for a firm grasp of a wide range of disciplines, coupled with an ability to take informed decisions, integrating shipboard and shore-based functions in a dynamic and demanding business environment. All ship management decisions are taken and implemented across three distinct areas:

  • Regulatory
  • Technical and
  • Commercial

This course addresses the continuous learning needs of practising shore-based managers as well as shipboard personnel. The course is delivered in the workshop mode with focus on interactive, knowledge-sharing approach.

  • Serving Superintendents, who wish to refresh and update their knowledge and understanding.
  • Master Mariners and Chief Engineers, who are aspiring to serve as Superintendents in ship-owning/ ship-management companies.
  • Management-level sea-faring officers wanting to acquire the perspective of the owner/ ship-manager.
  • Engineers, supervisors and managers wanting to learn about the impact of recent developments on the role shore based managers.