Training Course for all involved in cargo operations and logistics in sea ports
Today's terminal managers operate in a demanding environment. They have to balance processes and demands to ensure that terminals operate safely. Efficiency and profitability are both important.
This comprehensive terminal management distance learning training course focuses on terminal operations, leadership, security, environmental management and productivity. It also addresses the particular operating environment of a terminal handling seaborne trade.
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This management training course includes theoretical and practical managerial approaches to a terminal's position in the global transport chain. The diploma modules examine the complex mix of skills and knowledge required for a terminal manager to effectively manage a cargo terminal.
Also available for dedicated in-company delivery by distance learning or individual modules by instructor led workshops
The Diploma in Terminal Management course syllabus covers:
- Introduction to International Trade and Logistics
- The Role Of Ports and Terminals
- Terminal Operations
- Health, Safety, Security and Environmental Management
- Terminal Labour and Human Resource Management
- Management of Terminals
- Economics of Terminal Operations
- Managing and Motivating People
- Legal Issues for Terminals
- Negotiating, Drafting and Managing Contracts
- Managing Projects
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The distance learning training course is ideal for staff from container terminals, solid and liquid bulk terminals, general cargo terminals, cruise terminals and ferry terminals, and all others types; whilst also being undertaken by port managers to develop their understanding of the terminal business.
Attracting students from single terminal operators through to global terminal operators, this terminal manager training course can be partnered with focused instructor led training courses to form a blended solution for effective in-company management development programmes.