We are always keen to hear from experienced professionals who may wish to contribute to one of Lloyd’s Maritime Academy’s training programmes, whether as a speaker at a public seminar, an author of a distance learning module, or as a trainer or consultant for our in-house corporate training division.
Contributors work closely with our professional in-house teams to deliver leading-edge information, knowledge and skills to an audience of individuals who are keen to learn.
To discuss how you could share your expertise and become part of our highly respected group of contributors, please contact:
Seminars: Lucy Harris +44 (0) 20 7017 4412 email@example.com
Distance Learning: Stephen Wrench +44 (0) 20 3377 3542 firstname.lastname@example.org
In-house Corporate Training: Craig de Savoye +44 (0) 20 7017 4399 email@example.com
There are many ways that you could become involved with Lloyd's Maritime Academy:
All our programmes are thoroughly researched by the production team over a period of weeks, ensuring that all topics are comprehensive, up-to-date and cover those issues that matter to the marketplace.
A combination of professional knowledge, practical experience and top level presentation and writing skills ensure that all contributors maintain the high quality of learning offered by Lloyd’s Maritime Academy.
Our distance learning courses are designed to fulfil the knowledge requirements of particular roles in the maritime industry or to offer education in focused areas of importance to the industry. Distance learning authors and tutors are drawn from academic and commercial organisations to ensure we offer the best quality whilst integrating both academic and industry view points.
Our in-house corporate training instructors, authors, consultants and instructional designers come from a mix of industry and academia, and we work in partnership to craft a solution that fulfils and surpasses a client’s bespoke training requirements, whether as face-to-face instructor led workshops, bespoke distance learning or e-learning implementations.