Offshore, Project & Heavylift Masterclass Online

Offshore, Project & Heavylift Online
  • 16 Nov 2020 12 days
  • Available seats 6
  • Payment: visa visa visa visa

Course price

BIMCO member From EUR 1150
Non-member From EUR 1550

Discounts

10% group discount is available for registering 3 or more participants from the same company. 

Overview

Offshore, Project & HEAVYLIFT Masterclass Online is a series of 10 sessions each lasting 60-90 minutes. The Masterclass provides an integrated understanding of the contractual complexities involved in the multi-model transportation of super-size cargoes and the management of commercial and contractual risks and liabilities.

What will you learn?

Some of the topics we will cover:

  • overview of the most commonly used contracts in the offshore and heavy lift sector
  • principles of English contract law and their relevance to the contracts 
  • dealing with disputes
  • introduction to SUPPLYTIME – key features of the contract
  • knock-for-knock and general issues of insurance

 
Dates and topics of Offshore, Project & Heavylift Masterclass Online

Monday,
16 November 2020
Session 1 Overview of the most used contracts in the offshore and heavy lift sector
Tony Concagh
Tuesday,
17 November 2020
Session 2 Principles of English contract law and their relevance to project and heavylift contracts
Tony Concagh
Wednesday, 
18 November 2020
Session 3 Knock-for-knock and general issues of insurance including P&I cover

Alistair Loweth
Nicholas Kazaz

Thursday, 
19 November 2020
Session 4 Dealing with disputes
Tony Concagh
Friday, 
20 November 2020
Session 5 Introduction to SUPPLYTIME 2005/2017
Ian Perrott
Monday,
23 November 2020
Session 6 Using SUPPLYTIME for other types of business than OVS/AHTS
Ian Perrott
Tuesday,
24 November 2020
Session 7 Introduction to HEAVYCON 2008
Tony Concagh
Wednesday,
25 November 2020
Session 8 Introduction to HEAVYLIFTVOY 2009
Tony Concagh
Thursday, 
26 November 2020
Session 9 Ocean/Deep Sea Towage contracts – a practical guide
Simon Tatham
Friday, 
27 November 2020
Session 10 Case study and Q&A, bringing it all together
Ian Perrott
Tony Concagh
Alistair Loweth
Nicholas Kazaz
Simon Tatham

Starting time (for all sessions):

09:00 London (GMT)
10:00 Copenhagen (CET)
11:00 Athens (EET)
13:00 Dubai (GST)
16:00 Hong Kong/Singapore (HKT/SGT)
18:00 Tokyo (JST)
20:00 Sydney (AEST)

Course programme

Why choose to participate?

Apart from the practical considerations and the important voyage planning that arise in relation to heavy lift cargoes, there are also some very specific and distinct contractual needs in this trade. To assist those entering into charter parties for heavy lift cargoes and identifying suitable terms to govern their contracts of carriage, BIMCO has produced a range of documents, which today spans the entire industry, the following will be explained during the course:

  • SUPPLYTIME
  • HEAVYCON 2007/HEAVYLIFTVOY
  • TOWCON 2008/TOWHIRE 2008
  • PROJECTCON
  • BARGEHIRE 2008

You will be taught by hand-picked industry experts who have built a career out of solving complicated Offshore, Project and Heavylift issues. The combination of theory, discussion and casework will make the complexity Offshore, Project and Heavylift issues clear and manageable.

The experts will share valuable experiences and point participants towards practical solutions, which can be used on the job. The course will also facilitate networking between international shipping peers and enable long-term relationships between the participants.

The seminar is aimed at all practitioners involved in maritime transportation, who wish to boost their expert knowledge and become proficient in Offshore, Project and Heavylift.

How will this course help your professional development?

 

Course certification

Participants will be given an option of taking a final assessment (1-hour open-book test) at the end of the course, and Certificate of Achievement will be issued with a grade (distinction, merit or pass). Those not taking the assessment will receive a Certificate of Attendance.

Course materials

BIMCO issues electronic course files as an Adobe PDF file enabling you to make personal notes. All documentation and presentations will be in English. Course access details will be provided once the registration is completed.

Speakers

Ian Perrott

Ian Perrott

Tony Concagh

Tony Concagh

Alistair Loweth

Alistair Loweth

Nicholas Kazaz

Nicholas Kazaz

Organiser

Peter Grube

 

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