Stevedoring and Terminal Operation delivers an overview of the operational, commercial and legal issues pertaining to the movement of cargo, shipping arrangements, charter parties and ship loading considerations such as stability and hull stress, load planning and ballast control is provided.
Relevant sections of IMO Conventions and Codes of Safe Practice are discussed, together with cargo claims, casualties and consequences.
This course can be adapted for shore-based staff dealing with different types of dry bulk or container/general cargoes.
Shore-based supervisory staff and shipping officers in ship and cargo operations interested in upgrading their skills and knowledge. The course can be adapted for shore-based staff dealing with dry bulk or container/general cargoes.
Participants who successfully complete the course will be issued an Australian Maritime College certificate in Operational and Commercial Aspects of Stevedoring and Terminal Operation.
This course is available on demand, delivered at various locations. To express interest, please contact us.