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ICS Ireland
Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (Ireland) 2015 -2016 Courses
by ICS Ireland

The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (Ireland) is pleased to offer the following Courses in Dublin City University:

FOUNDATION DIPLOMA IN SHIPPING (FD)

ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN SHIPPING (AD)

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFYING EXAMINATIONS (PQE)

These courses are accredited by the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers in London. They are suitable for all those involved in the world of shipping e.g. liner trades, port agency, transport, freight forwarding, port operations and shipping finance. The Foundation Diploma is principally intended for those new to the Industry.

The Advanced Diploma is intended for those who have some basic knowledge of shipping but who feel at the initial stage that the PQE is too much for them to undertake. The Professional Qualifying Examinations are undertaken by those who wish to become Members of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers.

The Foundation Diploma Course covers Introduction to Shipping and a choice of Port Agency or Liner Trades whilst the Advanced Diploma covers Shipping Business and either Port Agency or Liner Trades. Those who wish to take the Professional Qualifying Examinations can take Economics of Sea Transport and Legal Principles in Shipping Business as part of their qualification.

These Courses receive support from the Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO).       

Duration

The Courses run from 1030 – 1700 hours each Saturday as follows:

  • 26th September, 2015
  • 24th October, 2015
  • 21st November, 2015
  • 12th December, 2015
  • 16th January, 2016
  • 13th  February, 2016
  • 12th  March, 2016
  • 9th April, 2016

Timetable

1030 – 1330 hours Liner Trades, Port Agency and Economics of Sea Transport

1400 – 1700 hours Introduction to Shipping, Shipping Business and Legal Principles Examinations take place in April, 2016.

Fees 

The Course Fee is €890 for two modules and €450 for one module. For students who are not being financially supported by their companies there is a small bursary fund available to assist them. 

To register and for further information please contact Mrs. Hilary Park on (087) 6566610 or email education@icsirishbranch.ie

Source: http://www.icsireland.ie/ Spetember 2015

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