New shipping school open in London after long standing discussions
- Offers valuable knowledge to professionals working in shipping industry
- Designed and delivered by pioneers in the shipping industry
A brand new school designed to provide world-class education and training in the global shipping industry has been launched in London.
The London School of Shipping was launched today at the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS) open day in London and is run by the ICS.
Who are the audiences?
The School will provide education and training to professionals primarily working in the shipping industry in London, and will focus on being the world’s leading centre for professional maritime services.
The school offers convenient and affordable evening classes in numerous subjects, leading to recognised professional qualifications, held in modern facilities close to London Bridge.
Why should you join?
London’s shipping community and leading broking houses have been involved in the design of the School, having long-called for an officially-supported teaching centre in London.
The School will initially teach the following subjects:
- Introduction to Shipping
- Legal Principles in Shipping Business
- Economics of Sea Transport & International Trade
- Shipping Business
- Dry Cargo Chartering
- Ship Operations & Management
- Ship Sale & Purchase
- Tanker Chartering
- Logistics & Multi-modal Transport
- Shipping Law
- Marine Insurance
- Shipping Finance
Students will benefit from face-to-face teaching in small groups and an impressive programme by way of guest lectures from industry leaders.
Julie Lithgow, Director of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers, said:
We are delighted to bring this long-held ambition to fruition and enhance the support available to companies operating in London and individuals looking to expand their knowledge, gain recognized qualifications and advance their careers.
David Dingle CBE, Chairman of Maritime UK, said:
London’s leading position in maritime services relies on its ability to attract, train and retain the right pool of talent and professional qualifications have a big role to play, not only in ensuring that people have the knowledge to do their jobs, but also by supporting professionalism in our sector so that our institutions and companies continue to be among the most trusted worldwide – a valuable commodity in shipping circles.