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Core Modules
n n n n n n n n n n   The Maritime Industry and Marine Survey Practice  Budgeting and Accounting for Surveyors    Effective Writing and Reporting   Naval Architecture for Surveyors   Marine Surveying Law   Marine Surveying Insurance   Marine Incident Investigation   Safety Surveys   Hull and Structural Surveys   Fundamentals of Marine Engineering

Bill Tate Head of Maritime Training UKSA, UK

The course is varied and interesting. It provides an excellent background to the knowledge and skills required for a marine surveyor
(D. Serbanel, Transocean Offshore)

A course which is worthwhile, informative and challenging, that gives a brilliant coverage of the subject
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Specialist Modules
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Continuing Professional Development
This course meets The Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA) requirements for Continuing Professional Development. The Diploma in Marine Surveying is recognised by the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) as contributing to the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) needs of its members.

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insurance. commercial. WHY STUDY WITH LLOYD’S MARITIME ACADEMY? Lloyd’s Maritime Academy has for over 35 years provided high quality training programmes for the global maritime and transport industry. We provide industry professionals at all levels with career enhancing training programmes regardless of work commitments or location. Visit . The syllabus includes essential technical requirements such as naval architecture. Work though the detailed modules. distance learning is the chosen method of delivery. Lloyd’s Maritime Academy is the trusted brand for professional development within the shipping. You can access the tutorial forum at any time when you are online plus. but also from non-seafarers that have the academic ability and an interest in learning about marine surveying.  ourse Start Date: We will send you your unique username and password C plus full details of how to access our secure online learning environment by the start date of the course. As the first international qualification for marine surveyors. Lloyd’s Maritime Academy and North West Kent College have been educating surveying professionals.DIPLOMA IN MARINE SURVEYING Dear Colleague. Over 3. visit the online course tutorial forum to post your discussion to the course director and your fellow students. to make your study as easy as possible. Modules can be downloaded and saved / printed or for an additional fee you can select to receive hard copies of the modules mailed to you. modules are delivered via the dedicated course website.lloydsmaritimeacademy. not just from the dwindling number of seafaring professionals. Designed primarily to support the valuable and important work that marine surveyors around the world carry out. and some courses have a maximum number of participants. We are confident that you will find this unique diploma provides you with a level of knowledge and skill that will benefit you and your employer in a very significant way – as it has our 3.175 past and current students. A final written exam is held at the end of the course in London.thousands of students enrol onto our publically offered distance learning courses every year. Do not delay your application – you may qualify for an early enrolment discount. as well as thousands more taking our global in-company programmes. potential marine surveyors and associated maritime professionals since 1998. This top up qualification offered jointly with Lloyd’s Maritime Academy and Middlesex University provides essential strategic and management skills on top of the technical know-how gained through this Diploma as well your own work experience. leading academics and international industry bodies. when. Students can access the modules wherever they are in the world and have the opportunity to network with other participants and the tutors in a secure and dedicated environment.lloydsmaritimeacademy. The maritime world is truly international and in order to give marine surveyors and seafarers every opportunity to study. With the choice of specialist material allowing you to tailor the diploma to your role or interest. HOW DOES THE COURSE WORK? Applications: Visit the course webpage  www. we have been providing our participants with the training they need to bring their personal and business goals to fruition. 2012 saw the launch of the MSc in Marine Surveying by distance learning. or want to study on the move. if you prefer working from to enrol online.000 participants from all corners of the globe have taken. Tutorials: When you have questions. Lloyd’s Maritime Academy is part of IIR Ltd and Informa plc. Your online classroom will be accessible from anywhere you have an internet connection. You can also choose to sit the exam in an alternative location suitable for you. In order to enhance your career even further. If you want to discuss our courses or are an education or training provider that wishes to work with us. The sheer numbers choosing to study this unique course speaks volumes about its quality and deserved international reputation. but additional specialist modules can be studied to gain knowledge in other areas. Working with expert practitioners. Make sure you take full advantage of the unique access you gain to our expert industry course tutors. contact Sarah Dicken on +44 (0)20 7017 4591 or email sarah. Our reputation for quality is unsurpassed in the industry and the world’s leading institutions in the maritime sector rely on Lloyd’s Maritime Academy to educate their staff to the highest of standards.  onfirmation of Enrolment: Each application is reviewed and once C approved by the Course Director you will be notified by email and an invoice sent to you. answers. Eliminating geographical boundaries and barriers. or are currently taking. then you’ll be in good company . We look forward to receiving your application to enrol.dicken@informa. Students must select one specialist module to complete the diploma. undertaking the assessments and further reading when indicated. have answers to directed learning activities or need further advice. this course provides the knowledge to assist in your personal and professional development towards becoming an for a full list of our currently enrolling courses. personal opinions or experiences to add.  tudy: Plan your study time and location to suit your own preferred learning S style. surveying and management sectors. legal. it also aims to help recruit future surveyors. we’ll send you a daily round-up of tutorial activity. If you’re an individual looking for professional development or career Lloyd’s and the Lloyd’s Crest are the registered trademarks of the Society incorporated by the Lloyd’s Act 1871 by the name of “Lloyd’s”.  For detailed information about how the course works please see About the Course on page 6. WHAT’S BEST ABOUT OUR DISTANCE LEARNING? 4 Accessible – 24/7 availability from wherever you have an internet connection 4 Flexible – take control of where. Completion: Once all modules have been studied and all assessments and the exam have been passed you will be issued a certificate referencing the qualification gained with recognition from the awarding academic body. structural surveys and engineering. the Diploma in Marine Surveying.  Assessment: Assessments are a compulsory element of the course and occur at regular intervals throughout. the leading international provider of specialist information and services for the global academic and scientific. how and the rate at which you study  rofessional – industry leading course directors and tutors 4P 4Q  uality – study the same course used by corporations for internal training 4P  ractical – packed with examples and illustrations 4 Time effective – specially designed for busy working participants 4 Interactive – use our online tutorial forum to ask questions and share knowledge 4 Network – with tutors and like-minded professionals from around the world 4W  ork smart – learn without time away from home or work 4 Save money – no additional travel or accommodation costs 4C  areer enhancement – boost your CV and promotion potential 4D  etail – retain industry leading course materials for later reference Bill Tate Course Director Tel: +44 (0)20 7017 7406 / +1 (646) 957 8929 Email: LMA@informa. professional marine surveyor. up to date legislative and regulation content as well as key business skills such as report writing and budgeting competencies. professional and commercial business communities. 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K. Detection and Extinction • Introduction • Preparation for surveys • Structural fire protection • Fire detecting equipment • Fixed fire-extinguishing equipment • Miscellaneous fire-fighting equipment RELATED DISTANCE  Diploma in Marine Investigation LEARNING COURSES INCLUDE MSc in Marine Surveying (Top Up) Certificate in Maritime Safety  aval Architecture for N Surveyors • • • • • • • • Basic concepts Flotation Stability Strength Safety Impact of the computer Design considerations Human factors Marine Surveying Law  Part I . emergency instructions.Life-Saving Appliances • Introduction • Preparation for surveys • Personal life-saving appliances • Lifeboats and rescue boats • Life rafts • Launching and embarkation arrangements • Survival craft communications • Visual signals • Muster list. Moller-Maersk A/S • ABS Europe Ltd • AET Ship Management PTE Ltd • AIG South East Asia Ltd • Anglo Eastern Ship Management • Atlantic Spars • Australian Maritime Authority • BAE Systems • Bartelds Naval Management • Bermuda Ports • Bibby International Services (IOM) Ltd • Blue Ocean Yacht Management • Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM) • BP Shipping • Brittany Ferries • Caribbean Maritime Institute • Carnival Cruise Line • Costamare Shipping Company • Cruise Charts Ltd • Denholm Ship Management Ltd • Det Norske Veritas (DNV) • Dimension Polyant • Disney Cruise Line • DNV Petroleum Services • Dobson Fleet Management • Dolphin Drilling Ltd • Dominica Maritime Administration • Dubai Drydocks • Emirates Shipping Company • Everards • Exxonmobil • Fincantieri SpA • FLOPEC • Germanischer Lloyd • Grenada Port Authority • Halliburton (KBR) • Hellenic Register of Shipping • HM Customs and Excise • Horizon Cruises Ltd • Hull Inspections & Research Services Ltd • Husky Energy • IMS Ship Management • Inspectorate Testing Services Ltd • Interglobal Shipping Ltd • INTERMAR • International Register of Shipping (INC) • International Telecom Group • Irene Mare • Irish Coast Guard • Irish Ferries Ltd • Irish Naval Service • Jadaf Dubai.the contract of carriage and bailment Global and package limitation: the international •  conventions • Time charterparties • Voyage charterparties • Law of evidence for expert witnesses COMPANIES THAT HAVE ALREADY BENEFITED FROM the Diploma in MARINE SURVEYING INCLUDE: A.Marine Incident Investigation • Legal aspects of marine incident investigation • Systemic nature of incidents • The gathering of evidence • The analysis of evidence • Case studies Part II .Witness Interviewing Techniques • The social skills of interviewing • Questions and question types • The cognitive interview • Dealing with special cases • Keeping within the law Effective Writing and Reporting Part I .com JOIN US ONLINE FOR EXCLUSIVE OFFERS AND UPDATES: Search “Lloyd’s Maritime Academy” Apply online at www.S.Professional Negligence • The Law of Contract • The Law of Tort (negligence) • Extent of liability • Responsibility for the acts of others • An outline of civil procedure Part II .Introduction to Safety Surveys • The role of the IMO • The role of governments • SOLAS and COLREGS • Surveys and certification • Classification societies and IACS • Harmonising surveys and certification • Documents of compliance • Reports and records • Sub-standard ships • Port State Control Part II .lloydsmaritimeacademy.P. of Dubai • (Dubai Ship Docking Yard) • Kenya Ports Authority • KPMG • Lekven Shipping Ltd • Lloyd’s Register • Maersk Marine Services • Malta Maritime Authority • Marine Logistics and Surveys Ltd • Maritech Management Pvt Ltd • Maritime Administration of Latvia • Maritius Port Authority • Meridian Shipping • Metropolitan Police • Mideast Shipmanagement • Ministry of Defence (UK) • Minton Treharne & Davis Ltd • Mitsui O. budgetary control and forecasting Working capital control and management Capital project appraisal Key performance indicators Interpretation of accounts Marine Incident Investigation Part I . Ltd • Moss Marine Construction Ltd • National Maritime Safety Authority • National Ports Authority South Africa • NATO Undersea Research Centre • Noble Denton Consultants Ltd • Nordic Tankers A/S • Norfolkline Shipping B. Govt.Fire . cost-effective way of studying without the need to take time off work or away from home  he Maritime Industry and T Marine Survey Practice Part I . Singapore • Port Authority Jamaica • Port of London Authority • RNLI • Rolls-Royce Naval Marine • Royal Bahamas Defence Force Navy • Royal Caribbean Lines UK Ltd • Royal Fleet Auxiliary • Saudi Arabia Coast Guard • Seafarers International Research Centre • Selene Ltd • Serco • Shell Tankers • Steamships Ltd • Stena Line UK • Surface Tension Ltd • Tanzania Ports Authority • Technip UK Ltd • TECTO • Teekay Shipping Ltd • The Shipowners Protection Ltd • Tidewater Marine International • Topaz Marine • TORM • Trident Offshore Ltd • Tritec Marine Consultants Ltd • US Shipping Partners • V-Ships Ltd • Vanuata Maritime Authority • Wallenius Marine • Watson Farley & Williams • Wilhelmsen Ship Management (Norway) AS • Wilson Ship Management AS • Marine Surveying Insurance • Introduction • Marine insurance law • Interaction of marine policies • Cargo .Distance learning is a flexible. survey organisations and how you define them • Knowing your customers • Types of surveys • When things go wrong • How to go about a survey • Setting up in business as a marine surveyor • Introduction to shipping law •  Carriage of goods by sea .Maritime Law • Registration and conveyance of ships • Admiralty Court jurisdiction • Collisions and salvage • Towage and pilotage • Pollution Management Fundamentals of Maritime Trade & Transport Certificate in Naval Architecture Certificate in Ship Efficiency MBA in Shipping & Logistics Diploma in Ship Management Diploma in Ship Superintendency Diploma in Small Craft Surveying For a full list of our maritime training courses visit us online at: www. emergency lighting and general alarm systems • Testing and type approval of life-saving appliances • Survey training Part III .V. manning of survival craft and maintenance • Line-throwing appliances.lloydsmaritimeacademy.Information Technology in Marine Surveying • Overview of Information Technology •  Selecting and choosing practical and cost-effective IT equipment • Using IT to your advantage • Digital photography • The internet and the World Wide Web • Effective use of the email system Safety Surveys  Part I .Effective Writing and Reporting • Introduction • Preparation • Structure and style • Report writing • Professional presentations Part II . • North of England P&I Association • Oceania Cruises • Offshore Marine Services • Oldendorff Carriers • P&O Ferries • Panama Canal Authority • Pandi General Surveyors • Petroships Pte Ltd. Lines (India) Put.carriage of goods by sea • Hull and machinery • Other policies • P&I - Scope of cover - The ‘pay to be paid’ rule - People claims (personal injury) - Collisions and salvage - Fixed and floating objects (FFO) - Towage and pilotage - General average - Pollution • Limitation and forum shopping • Ship inspection regimes • ISM code/evidence • Dispute resolution • Summary and future developments Budgeting and Accounting for Surveyors • • • • • • • • • • Money in business .the business model Business entities Financing businesses and assets Understanding accounts - Profit and loss account - Balance sheet - Cash flow statement Elements of costing Budgeting.Marine Survey Practice • Marine surveyors.The Marine Surveyor’s Customer Base • The structure of the maritime industry • The purpose of maritime transport • Strategy for maritime safety • Occupational health and safety • Quality and audits • ISM Code • Port State Control • Risk management and formal safety assessment Part II .

Royal Haskoning. Maritime Research Ltd. Development Director. Chief Executive. Managing Director. Maritime Safety and Environmental Specialist. UK Captain Rodger MacDonald MSc. UK Nigel Smith FCA FCCA.hull and deck -  Surveying hull structures -  Defects in coatings  S  urveying of Superyachts • Study. Senior Lecturer. Greece Paul Russell MSc.Eng FRINA. UK Paula Giliker. action plans for creating and implementing a SMS •  Operation of the system ashore and on-board and training of the entire personnel (training seminars and manuals) •  Assessment and presentation for certification ISM Audit •  Special ISM audit techniques •  Continuous compliance assessment Miscellaneous •  How to present your system to the possible customer •  How to restart a dormant existing system •  Theoretical efficiency of the ISM Code •  Necessary and probable improvement of management of safety  International Safety Management (ISM) Code Part I . UK Captain Matthew Greenen (Hon) MIIMS. the client. UK Ed. Managing Director. Nautical Science and Industrial Health & Safety. Damian Crowley. UK Alan Costain.Potential Risks and Impacts of Shipping on the Marine Environment •  Oil spills  Marine Environmental Surveying • G  eneral introduction to warranty surveys and the background to marine insurance Selection and appointment of the warranty •  surveyor •  Commercial and professional relationships between the warranty surveyor. Consultant. MIMarEST. Joint Development Associates Ltd (JDass Ltd). Professor of Law. Marine Consultant and Surveyor. An Honorary Vice-President and Fellow of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA). BA (Hons). Member of Royal Corps of Naval Constructors (RCNC). Treharne & Davies Ltd. UK • O  verview of the reasons for and the types of survey required by Superyachts - Class surveys - Safety surveys - Pre-delivery surveys - Breakdown surveys - Damage surveys •  The survey of yacht machinery and equipment -  Primary power plant surveys - Auxiliary machinery - Electrical equipment -  Navigation and communication equipment -  Safety and fire fighting equipment •  Breakdown surveys and fault finding -  Main power plant faults - Pumping systems •  Faults and defects . ABS Europe Ltd. UK Eric Tupper. UK Captain John Dickie. Senior Claims Manager. the underwriting market and the classification societies •  Details of surveying mobile offshore units Deadweight surveys and the inclining •  experiment •  Floating stability of the self-elevating platform and the semi-submersible platform •  Overview of the typical work of the warranty surveyor and issuing the certificate of approval  Warranty Surveys including Mobile Offshore Units Tel: +44 (0)20 7017 7406 / +1 (646) 957 8929 Email: LMA@informa. University of Greenwich. Teaching Fellow. medium and high speed engines • Diesel engine parts • Other main means of propulsion • Power transmission • Boilers • Feed systems • Piping systems and pumps • Gas exchange systems • Fuels and fuel systems • Lubricants and lubricating systems • Cooling systems • Starting air systems • Shafting and propellers • Refrigeration. UK Dr David Lawrence. UK Captain John D Owen. The Financial & Management Training Consultancy. Director of MARITAS Ltd and DeeSea Ltd. P&I Club & Hull Insurance. Azimuth Marine . Barrister. University of Bristol. Marine Engineer and Education Specialist. Dee Davison Associates. UK Robert Curry C. Principal Lecturer. UK Alistair Davison. air-conditioning and ventilation • Deck machinery and equipment • Steering gear • Electricity and electrical equipment • Bridge control and emergency systems • Safety and operation of diesel engines • Maintenance of ship’s machinery • • • • • • • • •  n introduction to liquid cargo surveys A Origins of damage  The stowage of liquid cargoes  Liquid volume measurements and on-board  cargo care Crude mineral oil  Petroleum products  Bulk chemical cargoes  Liquefied gas cargoes  Animal/vegetable oils and fats   Liquid Cargo Surveys ntroduction I -  Scope of marine engineering surveys -  Preparation for survey - Techniques The role of classification societies  -  Ensuring that the ship and machinery are of the correct quality -  Surveying powers of the Chief Engineer -  Prevention of detention by Port State Control -  Type approval of equipment The work of the independent marine  engineering surveyor -  Discussions with engine room staff -  Handling of equipment -  Prime movers and power transmission -  Auxiliary machinery (inc HVAC systems) -  Pumps and pumping systems - Electrical equipment - Deck machinery  Marine Engineering Surveying COURSE FACULTY Captain Moin Ahmed.Progress your career with this industry recognised qualification compiled by leading academic and maritime specialists • Fire control plans Part IV .Navigational Aids and Equipment • Introduction • Preparation for surveys • Navigational aids and equipment •  Testing and type approval of navigational equipment Specialist Modules Part I •  General principles •  Origins of damage •  Storages •  Lashing/securing •  General cargo Heavy lifts •  •  Unitised cargoes •  Bulk cargoes Hazardous cargoes •  Deep tank cargoes •  Specific surveys •  •  Bills of lading Part II •  Damage and loss surveys •  Marine insurance General average •  •  Adjusting marine insurance claims •  Recoveries  Non-Liquid Cargo Surveys Hull and Structural Surveys  • • • • • • • • • • • • • Introduction Ship and large yacht structures Primary hull-girder and local loads Structural design criteria Materials of construction Deterioration of materials Welding Preparation for surveys Failures of ships’ structure Periodic surveys of ships’ hulls Inspections of the ship’s structure Using ultrasonic measuring equipment Putting theory to practice • • • • •  perational pollution O Invasive species in ballast water  Anti-fouling paints  Ship-breaking/recycling  Air pollution  • • • Fundamentals of Marine Engineering • Introduction to marine engineering • Ship design and engine room layouts • Diesel engine working principles • Slow. UK Dee Davison. surveillance and monitoring techniques of marine habitats and communities •  Assessing the environmental impact of oil pollution incidents in the marine environment •  Assessing the impact of the ports and shipping industry on the marine environment •  Assessing the environmental impact of the introduction of non-native marine species •  Case studies Part II . Minton. . Hull Structures. Senior Staff Consultant. UK Anthony Beck.  interpretation and enforcement -  Thirteen lessons with examples •  Techniques for implementation of a Safety Management System (SMS) in a shipping company •  Initial assessment. The Swedish Club.Marine Environmental Surveying •  The need for marine environmental surveying The main categories of marine •  environmental surveying •  Surveys. Partner. UK Eur Ing Alec D Coutroubis.

www.lloydsmaritimeacademy. www. the provision of an exchange onboard book/media service to ships throughout the world. needs-led coaching. To find out more about the benefits of Corporate In-Company Training call +44 (0)20 7017 4455 or email ct@informa. Security Procedures (under TRANSEC) and Search Lloyd’s Maritime Academy enables career enhancement and progression regardless of work commitments or location. Lloyd’s Maritime Academy delivers the best training. On obtaining his Masters Certificate he moved to Townsend Car Ferries and subsequently P&O Ferries (Dover) where he sailed as Chief Officer i/c maintenance. and assuming a leading role in promoting the sea as a career. The department has close links with many maritime industry bodies as well as the University of Greenwich. www. membership of ICS shows a commitment to maintaining the highest professional standards across the shipping industry. He sits on the Large Yacht Examination Board with the MCA and works closely with the MNTB. impartial and confidential advice on any matter of concern to seafarers.ics. There are a number of reasons why. including: 4  Working intensely to understand our clients’ business issues to deliver the highest added value 4  Improving employee skills.nwkcollege. Many organisations have realised that Lloyd’s Maritime Academy’s programmes offer so much more than conventional training courses – whether it’s for graduate intakes.lloydsmaritimeacademy.500 members in at least 110 countries. MCA and MSA on the development of the education and development of professional qualifications. Working with leading academics and industry bodies. supervisor and management training or boot Bill Tate ACCREDITING AND SUPPORTING BODIES The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS) is the professional body that represents The National Maritime Training Centre (NMTC) at North West Kent College delivers education and training to professional maritime personnel using a variety of flexible delivery methods through its Maritime Open and Distance Learning Division. . including hosted corporate learning environments 4  Delivering at your location anywhere in the world 4  Supporting our clients consistently for over 15 years. Amongst the London based organisation’s operations are the promotion and facilitation of seafarers’ education. The NI facilitates the exchange and publication of information and ideas on nautical science and seeks to establish and maintain professional standards. Bill left North West Kent College as Head of the School of Maritime Operations and has taken up the position of Head of Maritime Training at the UKSA. offering a secure.500 individuals and 120 companies.nautinst. Successful completion of the Lloyd’s Maritime Academy Diploma in Marine Surveying provides exemptions to the Introduction to Shipping and Ship Operations and Management course The Nautical Institute The Nautical Institute’s (NI) aim is to improve the IN-COMPANY TRAINING  istance learning. transport and logistics industry. He was then promoted to relief Master on the new Freight ships and Master on the Dover Calais service. face-to-face workshops. The Institute is a thriving membership organisation and international professional body for qualified mariners with over 6. It is one of only a few organisations in the UK that is approved by the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) to issue certificates under the International STCW standard. attended refit and repair periods for over 10 years and stood by the jumboisation of the FE Apply online at www. regional and global training investment. at a competitive price and from a reliable partner.marine-society. safety and efficiency of shipping operations worldwide through the development of the safety culture and the promotion of best practice. with a focus on practical skills and knowledge 4  Implementing blended solutions which incorporate online learning platforms. D webinars and blended delivery Cut costs while improving performance Ensuring a good return on your training investment is critical for all our clients and. former or prospective seafarers. Lloyd’s Maritime Academy aims to be the trusted brand for professional development within the shipping. including blended delivery solutions. flexible timescales and dedicated support for learning and development managers. whether delivered by distance learning or instructor led workshops. Bill left the ferries in 1996 and joined the staff at the National Sea Training Centre as a Senior Nautical Lecturer specialising in Navigation & Radar and Ship face-to-face seminars and bespoke training. ports. The centre has also attained Grade 1 status by the UK Education Inspectorate Ofsted for “excellence in teaching and learning and partnerships with industry”. Royal Institute of Navigation and Honourable Company of Master Mariners. knowledge and performance. 3. Whilst serving with P&O he was involved in the introduction and training of Safety Officers and Ship Security Officers. Lloyd’s Maritime Academy delivers all three and you can save up to 40% on your local. customised assessments. managers and agents worldwide. Through distance learning. With 23 branches in key shipping areas. for practitioners. He has worked ashore in the P&O Office with the Fleet Department compiling the companies Cargo Securing Manual. DELIVERED BY Lloyd’s Maritime Academy has for over 35 years provided training programmes for the maritime and transport The Marine Society The Marine Society recognises the particular value of Lloyd’s Maritime Academy’s programmes for seafarers and is committed to enhancing the well-being of professional seafarers from all the sea services whether they be serving. helping to accelerate development and building organisational capability 4  Advancing our clients’ global knowledge sharing and collaboration 4  Developing team based learning and internal networks which support workforce development 4  Delivering instructor led workshops or webinars focused on a client’s particular business challenges 4  Developing courses with practitioners. NI Branches have been established and operate in more than 40 countries to provide essential input to local as well as international professional issues whilst developing the knowledge of their national seafarers. or for larger groups we will deliver to your individual requirements. trustworthy and low risk solution You are welcome to place individual students or groups on any of our publically advertised distance learning courses. Bill is a Member of Nautical Institute. www.COURSE DIRECTOR Bill trained with BP Tankers as Navigating Apprentice and worked there for 12 years. expert.

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Accepted applicants should refer to their course handbook for a more comprehensive overview of the course. at the appropriate rate as at the date of invoice). IIR Ltd. EXAM LENGTH: Three hour open book. It is essential that you provide a current personal email address on your application form to enable us to send you access details without delay. with access to online forums. and agree to provide LMA with a certificate of tax deduction within three months of payment. DATA PROTECTION AND CALL MONITORING Personal data supplied is subject to the Data Protection Act 1998. PAYMENT: If you have not received an invoice within one month of applying for the course. WEBSITE ACCESS: ASSESSMENT STRUCTURE: Tel: +44 (0)20 7017 7406 / +1 (646) 957 8929 Email: LMA@informa.  ONLINE DIPLOMA FEE: The fee covers access to the modules. the full fees remain payable by you to LMA. 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All information is correct at the time of going to print and due to any unforeseen circumstances may be subject to change without prior notice. EXTRA MATERIALS REQUIRED:  The modules are designed to be self-contained. fax: +44 (0)20 7 017 7828. 37-41 Mortimer Street. and technical queries. service or similar taxes (which will be charged. Course Coordinator at Lloyd’s Maritime Academy on tel: +44 (0)20 7017 7883. PARTICIPANT CANCELLATION POLICY You may cancel your place on the Course by giving notice in writing to the Course Administrator up to (and including) 7 days from the date LMA confirms your acceptance to the Course in accordance with Condition 1 and you will not be liable for the payment of any fees and any fees already paid to LMA for the Course will be refunded. in such circumstances. Registered in England No. module delivery. Full details regarding assessments and end of course examination will be provided in your course handbook once the course commences. COURSE AWARDS:  The following awards are presented by the North West Kent College on completion of the course. you may be able to gain a certificate acknowledging the assessments you have passed. This information may be used for direct marketing purposes. please indicate your requirement for this on your enrolment form. you may spend between 10 and 30 hours studying each module in a month with additional time needed to complete the assessments. existing knowledge.  Electronic versions of the materials in PDF format are available to download. Informa UK Ltd. please call us on +44 (0)20 7017 5510. sales.  TEACHING METHOD: The course is delivered by distance learning. Please refer to your course handbook for full details.  Lloyd’s Maritime Academy is an approved learning provider on the Enhanced Learning Credits scheme. Please note that a separate examination will have to be taken for each additional module. If you do not wish your details to be available to companies in the Informa Group.  EXAM LOCATION: Examination is held in the UK. STUDY TIME:  As a rough guide. Note: The assessment procedures for all North West Kent College diploma courses are currently under review for 2013.ABOUT THE COURSE HOW TO ENROL:  Complete the enrolment form or “Fast Enrol” online at www. ENDS: 9th May 2014 and 7th November 2014 as the final date for access to the materials and submission of your assessments. All assessments must be passed in order to gain the Diploma. EXAMINATION: EXAM DATE: 9th May 2014 and 7th November 2014. Visit www. Participants are either awarded a pass. TUTOR SUPPORT: COURSE DIRECTOR:  To support you during your studies the course director is available to help with any subject and assessment issues via the online forum or by email. VAT registration number GB 365 4626 36. UK. examination costs and the issuing of the Diploma/Certificate. If you do not wish to receive details about their products and services. 149 Tottenham Court Road. Additional fees may London. This is recommended for participants who experience delays in receiving their post due to poor postal service in their location. however.enhancedlearningcredits. In order to study independently. contact the course organiser three months before the exam so we may make the necessary arrangements.

Previous employer Company name/employer name __________________________________ Previous job title_______________________________________________________ Dates with employer_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ STEP 5: EDUCATION DETAILS – School. address. subject to approval.2014 Application Form COURSE CODE: FLP2279 & FLP2327  Page 2 of 2 Please also complete page 1 overleaf STEP 3: PAYMENT DETAILS – The GBP invoice will include a EUR price calculated using the exchange rate at the time of invoicing. I wish to pay by: Credit Card To pay by credit card please submit your card details whilst applying online using the link at the top of this form. Credit card contact telephone no _________________________________________________________ A credit card guarantee is required. we reserve the right to charge the card for any outstanding sums.  I wish to pay the course fee in full  OR I wish to pay the course fee in four equal instalments. job title. Bank Transfer Cheque 2. STEP 10: ADDITIONAL NEEDS – Please provide details of any physical or sensory disability which might in some way affect your studies. I confirm that I wish to be accepted on to the course. mail. Payment must be made by credit card. or a  credit card guarantee must be provided to qualify. We will contact you to collect your payment details over the telephone. 1. The first instalment is payable immediately. please state your relevant work experience to this industry here. or provide your contact telephone number below. An invoice for payment will be provided. Job details Present company/employer name________________________________________ Your job title__________________________________________________________ Address of present company/employer______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Work telephone number ___________________________________________________________ Work email address_____________________________________________________ Dates with employer_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2. I confirm that the statements made by me on this form are correct. For security purposes you must not state your credit card number via email. STEP 6: RELEVANT EXPERIENCE – In the absence of formal qualifications. Cheques should be made payable to IIR Ltd and please write your name and the reference FLP2279 or FLP2327 on the back. Who is your Approving Manager? (Mr/Ms) Family name_______________________________ First name____________________________________________________________ Job title_________________________________________________________________________ Direct telephone number________________________________________________ Email address___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4. phone number and email address of at least one referee and their relationship to you.$ Diploma in Marine Surveying 2013 . or you can call the phone number provided on your invoice. Bank transfer details will be provided on the emailed invoice. We will advise you (using your email address provided) in advance of charging the card. Signed_______________________________________________________________________ Date_____________________________________________________________________ . College or University name and subjects passed with grades. STEP 8: LANGUAGES SPOKEN Mother tongue If not English. If the invoice is not paid by the due date. fax or voicemail to ensure that your payment details are never stored on our systems. Who is your Training Manager? (Mr/Ms) Family name_________________________________ First name____________________________________________________________ Job title_________________________________________________________________________ Direct telephone number________________________________________________ Email address___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 3. STEP 11: DECLARATION I agree to adhere to the Lloyd’s Maritime Academy distance learning terms and conditions as outlined on the course brochure. STEP 9: REFERENCE – Please give the name. STEP 4: EMPLOYMENT DETAILS 1. Please call me on tel____________________________________________________ to collect my details. these will be securely stored and no charge will be taken at this time. STEP 7: OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS – Or details of professional bodies/associations you may belong to. Once details have been collected. please state how long you have been speaking English and/or attained IELTS or TOEFL score as a level of proficiency in written English is required. I understand that by signing this form.

80) = £3718.80) = £3718. 37-41 Mortimer which also securely accepts credit card payment with your application. Please complete page 2 overleaf.80 £3399 + VAT @ 20% (£679. How did you first hear about the course?________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ STEP 2: COURSE FEES – WORK OUT THE PRICE 1.80 £3099 (No VAT to pay) £3099 (No VAT to pay) (£619. Invoicing. In order to sit the examination for the Diploma one specialist module must be studied in addition to the core modules.80 £3099 + VAT @ 20% (£619.80) = £3718.80 £3099 (No VAT to pay) £3099 (No VAT to pay) 2. VAT Registered No. London. please tick the relevant Optional Extras. mail. please complete below.2014 Starts 20th May & 25th November 2013 DELIVERED BY DISTANCE LEARNING OVER 12 MONTHS VIP CODE: HA101 HOW TO APPLY $ Course Code LMA/SD/KR/JD/TR/TR FLP2279 & FLP2327 Essential knowledge for the Marine Surveyor Online: www.80 £3399 (No VAT to pay) £3399 (No VAT to pay) Apply on or before 13th September 2013 £3099 + VAT @ 20% Apply between 14th September and 25th October 2013 £3245 + VAT @ 20% (£649) = £3894 £3245 + VAT @ 20% (£649) = £3894 £3245 (No VAT to pay) £3245 (No VAT to pay) Apply after 25th October 2013 £3399 + VAT @ 20% (£679.80 £3099 + VAT @ 20% (£619. Tel. London W1T 3JH. GBP invoices will include a EUR price calculated at the exchange rate at the time of invoicing. Non-Liquid Cargo Surveys B.Application Form for Diploma in Marine Surveying 2013 . . More than one can be studied but a separate examination must be taken for each specialist Email: LMAadmin@informa. 149 Tottenham Court Road.8) = £4078. Are your invoice address and email address the same as above? Yes No If no. Warranty Surveys including Mobile Offshore Units 3. Maple House. W1T 7AD. Participant Title _______ Family name______________________________________________ First name____________________________________________________________ Your mailing address for modules and Diploma certificate (all applicants must complete this section even if you intend to receive your material via the website only).  Please select at least one specialist module from the list below. fax or voicemail as this ensures that your payment details are never stored on our systems. 29th April 2013 or 28th October 2013 TO ENSURE ACCEPTANCE BY RELEVANT START DATE STEP 1: PARTICIPANT’S DETAILS 1. Lloyd’s Maritime Academy is part of IIR Ltd Registered in England No 1835199. Optional Extras Printed Modules Air Courier delivery of modules Fees £400 (No VAT) £350 (plus VAT if applicable) My choice of Specialist Module(s) is/are (I understand that second and subsequent modules cost £375 + VAT if applicable each): Please note: A maximum of two modules can be taken in one exam A. you MUST list your daytime contact telephone number here. Address line 1____________________________________________________________________ Address line 2 _______________________________________________________________________________ Address line 3_________________________________________________________ Town/City_______________________________________________________________________ Postcode/Zip code_____________________________________________________ Country_________________________________________________________________________ Telephone number_____________________________________________________ This address is a: Company address Personal address Mobile/Cell______________________________________________________________________ Preferred email address__________________________________________________ Date of Birth (DD/MM/YYYY)_________________________________________________________ Gender (Male/Female)___________________________________________________ Nationality_______________________________________________________________________ Country of permanent residence___________________________________________ 2. ________________________________ Please note air courier can not be delivered to a PO Box address.8) = £4078. I f you have selected to receive printed modules by air courier.lloydsmaritimeacademy. UK APPLY BY It’s quicker to apply online at www. If you wish to receive hard copy Fax: +44 (0)20 7017 7883 Mail: ATTN: Jasdeep Dhanda Lloyd’s Maritime Academy 4th Floor.80 £3399 (No VAT to pay) £3399 (No VAT to pay) Apply between 23rd February and 12th April 2013 £3245 + VAT @ 20% (£649) = £3894 £3245 + VAT @ 20% (£649) = £3894 £3245 (No VAT to pay) £3245 (No VAT to pay) Diploma in Marine Surveying UK Individual or UK Company EU Individual or EU non-VAT Registered Company EU VAT Registered Company (VAT number must be quoted in Section 2 of Step 1 above to qualify) Individual or Company outside the EU Apply on or before 22nd February 2013 £3099 + VAT @ 20% (£619. P  lease select the correct option(s) from the table below.  Liquid Cargo Surveys C. Surveying of Superyachts D. Marine Environmental Surveying E. (GB) 365 4626 36 Lloyd’s and the Lloyd’s Crest are the registered trademarks of the Society incorporated by the Lloyd’s Act 1871 by the name of “Lloyd’s” Page 1 of 2.80) = £3718. For security purposes you must not state your credit card number via email.8) = £4078.lloydsmaritimeacademy. Registered Office: Mortimer House. Marine Engineering Surveying F. DIPLOMA COURSE FEE FOR FLP2279 MAY 2013 START DATE FOR FLP2327 NOVEMBER 2013 START DATE Apply after 12th April 2013 £3399 + VAT @ 20% (£679. Invoice to be sent for the attention of: Family name_______________________________________ First name____________________________________________________________ Invoice address line 1 ______________________________________________________________ Invoice address line 2___________________________________________________ Invoice address line 3______________________________________________________________ Town/City____________________________________________________________ Postcode/Zip_____________________________________________________________________ Country______________________________________________________________ Telephone number________________________________________________________________ Email address for invoice ________________________________________________ VAT number (if an EU company)___________________________________________________ This address is a: Company address Personal address 3. The Diploma/Certificate materials are delivered online via our secure website.8) = £4078. International Safety Management (ISM) Code G. PLEASE COMPLETE ALL SECTionS AND USE BLOCK LETTERS.80 £3399 + VAT @ 20% (£679.