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Diploma for Harbour Masters

Professional development distance learning course for those involved in port marine safety, operations and management

Starts 17 April 2018

Fees and discounts for this course


Book on or before 19 January 2018

 Book after 19 January 2018

UK Individual or UK Company
EU Individual or EU non-VAT
Registered Company

£2969.10 + VAT @ 20% (£593.82) = £3562.92

£3299 + VAT @ 20% (£659.80) = £3958.80

EU VAT Registered Company
(VAT number must be quoted on your enrolment form to qualify)

£2969.10 | $4009.50 (No VAT to pay)

£3299 | $4455 (No VAT to pay)

Individual or Company outside the EU

£2969.10 | $4009.50 (No VAT to pay)

£3299 | $4455 (No VAT to pay)

We regret that we are required to charge VAT on the course fees for all UK plus EU individuals enrolling for the course, this includes anyone using a billing address that is within these territories.

Participants will be billed in either GBP or USD depending on the price option selected on the application form. A GBP invoice will include a EUR price calculated using the exchange rate in force on invoicing. 

Course fees are set for each intake, but we reserve the right to change the course fees at any time, including the rate of VAT charged.

IAPH, IHMA and UKHMA members get 15% discount - Ensure you quote your membership number on the application form.

IHMA also provides 50%  bursary for 2017 entry - for more information visit Bursary page

Multiple booking discounts may be available when enrolling groups of participants at the same time for the same intake, and invoiced to a single contact.

Email us for more information

Employer sponsorship

Many companies fully or partly sponsor their employees for our courses and actively encourage personal development in line with company priorities. You should start by discussing your training request with your line manager, training manager or human resources manager to enquire about support available. Make sure you have thought through your reasons for wanting to do the course and how it will benefit yourself, your job role and your company.  Employers can be very positive if you have thought through your reasons for undertaking the course and demonstrate the self-discipline and commitment required to gain maximum benefit from a training programme. We are always happy to directly talk to you and your manager to answer any questions about the course. We’re here to help you so please contact us without delay.

Marine Society

The Marine Society is the leading and most experienced not for profit organisation supporting the wellbeing, personal and professional development of seafarers and shore-based maritime professionals. Scholarships as well as interest-free loans may be offered to UK seafarers (officers and ratings domiciled in the UK) to undertake this course. Contact The Marine Society for more information: http://www.marine-society.org/