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Certificate in Marine Insurance

An introduction to marine insurance: terminology, concepts, types of risk, laws, business, policies and claims - training course by tutored distance learning

Commences: 22nd November 2017

Delivered by tutored distance learning


Certificate in Marine Insurance

The Certificate in Marine Insurance delivers the essential knowledge and expertise required to build and enhance your understanding of the industry, including an examination of cargo insurance; Hull and Machinery insurance; and other policies and how they work in practise.

When: 22 November 2017
Where: Delivered online with the support of leading industry experts
Duration: 12 Weeks
Qualification: Lloyd’s Maritime Academy Professional Development Certificate

Ideal for:
This course is ideal for maritime and insurance personnel engaging in professional development to develop their knowledge, as well as ship owners, operators and managers requiring to broaden their business and commercial knowledge.

It is also suitable for brokers, agents, claims handlers and underwriters wanting to understand the marine insurance industry in more detail.

Course Modules | Courses Fees | About Online Learning


6 MODULES AVAILABLE

  • Introduction to Marine Insurance
  • Cargo Insurance
  • Hull and Machinery (H&M) Insurance
  • Additional Marine Insurance Coverage
  • Protection and Indemnity Insurance (P&I)
  • Reinsurance

Download the full course syllabus to find out more about each module and what you will learn on the course


An essential course for insurance professionals who want to understand the marine sector


Course Director

Barrie Jervis

Barrie is a retired vocational member of Lloyd's, a retired supporting member of London Maritime Arbitration Association and a member of the British Insurance Law Association. He was a senior examiner for 10 years for both Associate and Fellowship subjects of the Chartered Insurance Institute qualifying exams in the marine and aviation branch.

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