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Certificate in Marine Claims

The essential course exploring the principles and practices of marine claims by distance learning

Starts 4 June 2020

Delivered by tutored distance learning

Your Qualification in Marine Claims

This essential Certificate in Marine Claims course covers the wide range of legal, technical and managerial aspects of claims and disputes. Practical guidance accompanies the broader perspective of maritime commerce equipping you with the information required to prevent problems escalating into potential disasters. This short distance learning course is written by a team of experienced lawyers and other practitioners. Participants who successfully complete the course and the online assessments are awarded a certificate by Lloyd's Maritime Academy as a permanent record of their achievement and for CPD purposes.

When: 4 June 2020
Where: Delivered online with the support of leading industry experts
Duration: 12 Weeks
Qualification: Lloyd’s Maritime Academy Professional Development Certificate

Ideal for: This Certificate in Marine Claims course is applicable to both at new entrants to the field as well as more experienced practitioners who are looking to fill gaps in their knowledge and develop a broader perspective of maritime commerce.

Examples of just some of the roles who can benefit from this course include:

  • Claims Executives / Advisors / Officers
  • Claims Assistants / Handlers / Negotiators / General Manager
  • Insurance Technician / Supervisor / Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Solicitor
  • Underwriter

Course Modules | Courses Fees | Meet the Experts | About Online Learning


  • An Introduction to Marine Claims
  • Marine Insurance
  • Marine Claims: The Wet Side
  • Marine Claims: The Dry Side
  • Surveyors and experts in marine claims
  • Management of claims and disputes

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

This is a very good course which gives an overall view of the various subjects. The time allocated between each module is just right. This was my first on-line learning experience and I would be very happy to do so again.

                                                            L Fabbiani, Monarch Services Sarl

Course Director

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Trevor Harrison
Maritime Arbitrator and Mediator, UK

Trevor Harrison is a full time maritime arbitrator and mediator. He has practised in chambers, worked for a P&I club where he handled cargo claims and FD&D matters, has worked for a firm of marine consultants and surveyors, plus spent over 20 years as head of legal for Tramp Oil & Marine.

Trevor is joined by a host of excellent course authors. Find out more about them here.

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.

                             N Recantzis, M A RE & CO (Marine Assuances Recantzis & company)

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