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Certificate in Resilience in Shipping

Learn the necessary tools to instil resilience in your corporate toolkit to handle drastic changes

Starts 27 April 2021

Delivered by tutored distance learning

Course overview

Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic have caused real issues for the shipping sector, in particular the ports sector. The answer to dealing with issues such as this lies in resilience. Resilience means looking at port capacity, managing capacity, supply chain resilience and strategic development. How can ports and shipping companies address this successfully to deal with issues as they arise? This course explores these ideas and solutions to the current global problems.

When: 27 April 2021
Where: via Online Learning
Duration: 12 weeks part-time

  • Ideal for:
    Port managers, terminal managers, logistics managers, terminal executives, port and terminal consultants
  • Law, insurance, allied fields
  • Logistics managers, shipping managers, heads of shipping, risk managers, supply chain managers, analysts

100% Online - Learn from wherever you are!

At Lloyd’s Maritime Academy, lifelong learning is a concept that we’re passionate about and for this reason, we make it as accessible and flexible for our students.

Online learning puts you in control of your learning – especially suitable for all of us in the maritime industry where we often spend time away from home. With our courses you are free to study when, where and how you choose, and in the style and the speed that is right for you. Early morning, in a work break, late at night - it is entirely up to you so you can fit your education around your work and/or family commitments.

So what’s stopping you? Get in touch today and find out how we can help provide you with a timely career boost.


  • What do we mean by ‘Resilience’?
  • For different types of resilience what do they look like in practice at different ports?
  • Landside Capacity/Space versus maritime lift frequency and floating capacity
  • The economics of supply chain shift as a response to nodal resilience failure
  • How do we plan/build resilience into our strategic development port models
  • Case Study – Short Sea trade resilience for Brexit

Learn online with the support of industry experts

neil wiggins

Neil Wiggins
Dover Harbour Board

Neil is currently the Independent Non-Executive Director of Dover Harbour Board, overseeing the administration and maintenance of the Port of Dover and since his return to the UK from the Far East, he has used his skills, expertise and experience to benefit his local area; promoting and developing the maritime business sector in the Thames and Channel region with a particular emphasis on training and development.

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