Did You Know?
Are you familiar with all the modes of transportation in a liner service and their integration?

  • Single bills of lading vs. an intermodal bill of lading
  • Responsibility/liability for each intermodal operator
  • Regulatory bodies and commissions involved in intermodal operations

Global maritime trade is in excess of 11 billion tons as of 2020. The process of moving cargo from its point of origin to its final destination is known as Maritime logistics. Well trained, qualified workforce drive career opportunities in this field. This course covers the latest practices in maritime transportation and supply chain management.

Course Curriculum:

  1. World Trade Patterns
  2. International trade and multi-modal transportation
  3. Supply Chain
  4. Intermodal and multimodal transportation
  5. Ship Types
  6. Ship’s Operation
  7. Ports and Terminals
  8. Logistics of Breakbulk Cargo
  9. Petroleum Logistics
  10. Container Shipping and Systems
  11. Documentation
  12. Information Management
  13. Maritime Security
  14. Integrated Case Study

The Benefits of Learn America’s Blended/Online Industry Recognized Credentials:

  • Flexible course enrollment

  • Interactive online program proctored by industry experts

  • Affordable and convenient with volume license discounts for corporate customers

  • ABS approved certificate of completion issued upon successful program completion