Shipping is a risky business – and that’s something that makes it so interesting and attracts many people to the sector. With shipping markets being notoriously volatile, dependent on cyclical variations and buffeted by the inconsistencies of global trade and financial uncertainty, there’s plenty of room to make money and lose money. The shipping sector is a uniquely challenging commercial environment for everyone involved in maritime business, and this course thoroughly explores the commercial risks and how we can manage and reduce these.
When: 6 February 2019
Where: Delivered online with the support of leading industry experts
Duration: 12 weeks
Qualification: Lloyd’s Maritime Academy Professional Development Certificate
Katerina Konsta Dip Fin, BSc, MSc, PhD (cand)
Katerina is a trainer and shipping consultant, and was previously Head of the Shipping, Transport & Logistics Department at BCA College of Athens (Greece). She has lectured on undergraduate courses in shipping, maritime business and related subjects.
Katerina holds a degree in Maritime Business and Maritime Law from University of Plymouth (UK). Her postgraduate studies include International Shipping at the University of Plymouth (UK) and Maritime Studies with International Transport at the University of Piraeus (Greece). She is currently working on her PhD at Plymouth University.
Hear from maritime professional, Torsten Schuhardt, on navigating effectively as a maritime leader with the high demands of change in the modern world.
Torsten has over 20 years' experience working in leadership and leadership development in the maritime industry.