Shipping Australia’s on-line training courses teach and assess the basics of the shipping industry. Whether you are looking to take your first steps into a new career or if your business would benefit from employees gaining a better understanding of the shipping industry, Shipping Australia Limited’s on-line training courses are a great starting point.
Introduction to Shipping is highly recommended for new staff of companies and government agencies who are connected to the shipping industry. Since it was first introduced in 2009, it has proven very popular by making high standard informative content convenient and easily accessible.
Fundamentals of the Maritime Industry utilises the same successful format and refines the domain of international shipping industry into its key elements within ten training subjects. Released in 2012
Reefer Cargo Handling covers the many elements that make the logistics of chilled and frozen cargoes such a unique and important sector of the shipping industry.
On successful completion of all courses SAL’s Chief Executive recognises the candidate’s achievement with a signed certificate. Please follow the links for further course descriptions and details on costs and the discount available for multiple purchases.
Under the Heavy Vehicle National Law, everyone in the transport supply chain has a legal obligation to ensure breaches of road transport laws do not occur. This is called the ‘Chain of Responsibility’.
The Chain of Responsibility Awareness course is an introduction to Chain of Responsibility regulation and certification and a necessary step toward transport supply chain & logistics compliance.
This CoR training course is for operators, owners, managers, schedulers, brokers and freight forwarders, loaders, packers and drivers. It will provide you and your team with a firm understanding of everyone’s responsibilities under the Chain of Responsibility, and the knowledge required to prevent breaches of mass, dimension, loading, speed and fatigue laws from occurring.
Opportunity for Higher Learning
If you are 18+, have one year’s experience working in the shipping industry these courses present a stepping stone to further your career. Successfully complete both e-learning courses and the Australian Maritime College can offer you placement in, and partial credit towards a Bachelor of Business (Maritime and Logistics) or a Bachelor of International Logistics (Freight Forwarding) degree. Enrolment in these degrees can be full-time or part-time and either on-campus or by distance education.