With specialists with years of academic and professional experience in the port sector we offer training in various port topics that seek to update knowledge and best practices in the sector.
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Port Management from a Systemic Perspective
To enable participants to integrate, under a systemic perspective, the variables of international trade, maritime transport, economy, quality, productivity, competitiveness and public policies, as elements of planning that determine the success of state-of-the-art port management.
Strategic Port Planning
At the end of the course participants will be able to articulate internal and external contextual variables in the planning and management of port activity.
Formulation of Port Policies
Training on current port realities and the requirements for the creation of policies that adapt to these realities in order to improve the production, updating and operation of ports.
Risk Management in the Port Environment
Study of port activities and an analysis of the risks of these activities, providing knowledge and tools for Risk Management in ports, focused on companies that make life in the port sector.
Production, supply and demand, products and services Study of the economic aspects of port infrastructure, realities and needs of the sector.
Port Operator Training
General training for personnel working in ports. Knowledge is provided on quality systems, risk management, occupational risks, safety management and other aspects necessary for the proper performance of the activity.
Analysis of the legal regulations applicable to ports at national and international level. The legal aspect is developed from a labour, operational and commercial point of view.
Port Risk Insurance
Insurance policies applicable to ports as infrastructure, to port activities and to other risks covered by traditional and non-traditional insurance policies affecting port activity.
Container and Cargo Inspection
To enable the participant to plan and execute the inspection of any type of container used in maritime transport, as well as of the cargoes inside.