Professional development by part-time distance learning
For new entrants to the field as well as experienced practitioners. This is the course for you!
Flexible, easily accessible, cost effective, global classroom.
The best solution for you...
Distance learning, instructor led workshops, webinars, elearning and blended delivery for corporate groups.
"Easy to study at home in one's own leisure and time."
"A huge subject has been covered in a very efficient way in such small time."
"The best thing about the course is the fact that it has up to date information and knowledge given by market practitioners, which gives a fair perspective on the whole spectrum of the marine industry and the likely disputes to arise."
"A very useful course for all working in the shipping industry."
"A lot of information from real life which can be used in daily practice. Although a relatively short course, it covers all areas of the claims world."
"A comprehensive summary of the main issues involved in claims handling; highly recommended."
"Excellent oportunity to gain new knowledge in the marine claims field. Good material for beginners in marine claims."
"The course has up to date information and knowledge given by market practitioners. It gives a fair perspective on the whole spectrum of the marine industry."
"A great course which provides a good general overview of the marine claims topics"
"A flexible course that provides you with good knowledge of all the key areas of the marine claims field"
"Very well focused to the needs of a marine claims handler. It provides a good insight into the basic fields of maritime claims and marine insurance."
"You can go through the modules at your own pace."
"The best thing about this curse is the fact that it is written by practicing lawyers - more practical examples and advise!"
"Just the right amount of information on the right topics. The course helped to 'tidy up' what I know and fill in the gaps."
"The best thing about this course was that each module was broken down into separate relevant sections. This helped to maintain focus on the specific subjects."