The Course introduces Attendees to the fundamental concepts of Financial Risk Management from an Enterprise perspective. It covers the basic topics and areas of focus that a Financial Risk Manager should be familiar with, in order to perform the crucial role of Risk Management on a daily basis.
This module focuses on the application of the MLC 2006 by creating and maintaining a basic documented system. An introduction of the main reasons that led to the necessity of creating the Convention is presented, along with a detailed interpretation of the Convention's requirements. The last part includes guidelines and suggestions regarding the efficient maintenance of MLC requirements and the internal inspections, required on prescribed intervals to achieve the required efficiency.
SHIP CARGO LOADING & UNLOADING OPERATIONS – SOFTWARE BASED THEORY & PRACTICE
The Course introduces Attendees to the theory of Ship Cargo Loading and Unloading operations, providing hands-on practical implementation, with the use of the Multiload software of S.A. Malliaroudakis Maritime Ltd
The Course provides Attendees all the necessary theoretical tools and practical insights to trade Financial Derivatives in Global Capital Markets. Coupled with clearcut theory blocks in a unified modern structure, a plethora of practical examples are provided with comments and hints from the instructor's long-standing carrier as a proprietary trader.
The Course Attendees will be able to Understand the Legislative Framework within which MOUs operate, identify deficiencies recorded on-board ships by PSC inspectors, make use of statistical data from the main MoU’s, analyze case studies, and Understand the necessary action plans in order to maintain a ship in full compliance within the requirements of ISM Code, ISPS Code, STCW 2010, MLC 2006.
The Course presents the theoretical foundations of Chartering of Vessels and also provides the Attendees with many practical examples and hands-on considerations. All the main types of charters are examined, together with the distribution of expenses between the shipowner and the charterer at different types of charters.
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