Who should attend
- Port stakeholders (including municipal stakeholders)
- Government officials
- Shipping company agents
- Officers of Port Operating Companies
- Importers and exporters
- Maritime lawyers and regulators
- Maritime safety, security and environment professionals
- Shipyard managers and high ranking officers
About the course
Ports and the shipping industry are in an era of transformation. We are witnessing processes of digitization, privatization and consolidation, accompanied by new thinking about the roles and responsibilities of the traditional players within the supply chain.
Port Authorities and local management focus more than ever on sustainability, human resources, women empowerment and community relationships. In this course you will gain insight and knowledge on how to prepare for tomorrow, combined with key operational pillars needed for today’s management.
- Trends in the Shipping Industry and the Impact on the Port Sector
- Global Advances in Port Ownership and Management
- Marketing and Business Development in the Port Sector
- Principles of Port Planning & Port Operations (Types of Terminals – Port Infrastructure – Port Equipment)
- Ports, Environmental Sustainability, Safety and Security (QSSE)
- Smart Ports and Port Digitization
- Economic & Financial Management in the Port Sector
- Human Resources Management in the Port Sector
- Legal and Institutional Aspects of the Port Industry (Regulation – Concessions etc.)
- Port Logistics, Intermodal Transportation & Inland Facilities
- Marine Port Operations (Pilotage, Towage, Berthing etc.)
- Port – City Relationships
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Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.