Ship repair is an integral part of a ship’s lifetime cycle. Whether it is planned as a routine event a long time in advance or arranged on an “as required” basis to keep an ship operational, it is a process all ships will encounter.
This is an ideal development course for anyone involved in negotiating, managing or delivering to a ship repair contract for commercial vessels, including large yachts.
NEW CONTENT! BIMCO and ICOMIA have given Lloyd's Maritime Academy permission to use their contract templates as learning tools for this course. Participants will have ICOMIA's Superyacht Refit and BIMCO's REPAIRCON contracts at their disposal to develop practical knowledge.
When: 23rd March 2021
Where: Part-time Tutored Distance Learning
Duration: 12 weeks
Director & Founding Partner Wysocki Quinn Woollam
Ed Woollam is a transactional lawyer with 25 years' experience in the maritime sector. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and a tutor and former examiner for the Institute - having started his career as a shipbroker and ship manager in the tanker trades in the late 1980s.
Ed has extensive experience in negotiating shipbuilding contracts, vessel sale agreements, ship finance documentation, charters, ship-management and project supervision contracts, and generally all forms of commercial agreements in the maritime sector.
Learn more about Ed here.
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