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The Training Plan falls within the scope of Distribution Channels and Logistics, Maritime Economics and Logistics and Maritime English. The Courses under each of these Topics provide Participants with the required background knowledge to improve their career. For additional information about the Courses delivered click on the right column.
 
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 Training within the scope of Distribution Channels and Logistics
Distribution channels are the backbone of national, regional, and international trade; they are designed according to the nature of goods, customers’ needs and distances travelled. Against, what might be though by many people, distribution channels serve the business-to-business and the business-to-consumer markets and they are far from being static. Subject to strong market dynamics where customers’ needs frequently change, distribution channels need to be dynamic and above all innovative to allow channel participants to keep their competitiveness. Within this scope, logistics and supply chain management play a critical role since they put the designed distribution channels in operation. The range of available courses help Participants to find the differences and similarities between these two important commercial areas that are quite often mixed, when in reality they are two different things. The range of courses available are:
 
Management of Distribution / Marketing Channels Logistics and Supply Chain Management International Logistics Logistics Management & Multimodal Transport
Logistics_1 Logistics_2 Logistics_3 Logistics_4
(Online) (in-Class) (Online) (in-Class) (Online) (in-Class) (Online) (in-Class)
 
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 Training within the scope of Maritime Economics
Maritime Economics is a broad topic that involves numerous economic activities, which serve the movement of goods either in bulk or in cases. An insight into this Topic, shows the vast array of actors that participate in these economic activities and indicates the need to have a wide and sound background knowledge to move goods by sea. The most interesting thing about this hidden industry, responsible for the movement of 75-80% of world trade, is that it brings to our supermarket shelves the tiniest products we need for our daily lives, relatively to which we never enquired ourselves about how they managed to get there. The range of available courses helps Participants to broaden their knowledge on different maritime economic fields, depending upon their field of activity. The range of courses available are:
 
The Shipping Industry Tanker Shipping Dry Cargo Shipping Liner Shipping
Maritime_1 Maritime_2 Maritime_3 Maritime_4
(Online) (in-Class) (Online) (in-Class) (Online) (in-Class) (Online) (in-Class)
 
Short Sea Shipping Shipping Management Shipping Agency Port Management and Operations
Maritime_5 Maritime_6 Maritime_7 Maritime_8
(Online) (in-Class) (Online) (in-Class) (Online) (in-Class) (Online) (in-Class)
 
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 Training within the scope of Logistics and Maritime English
English is a fundamental tool to work in the logistics/supply chain areas and in the shipping industry. The international character of these economic activities demands the regular, continuous and fast exchange of information that accompanies the flow of goods traded internationally, so that the operations developed by these activities are not affected by disruptions of any kind. English as the dominating language streamlines the exchange of information and because of this we enlarged the scope of the training plan to the terminology used in the logistics/supply chain areas and in the shipping industry. The correct employment of the terminology helps the different stakeholders in finding viable solutions that contribute the effective and efficient operations. The range of courses available are:
 
Logistics and Supply Chain Maritime English 1 Maritime English 2 Maritime English 3
English (Nautical English) (Shipping English) (Port Management/Operations)
English_1 English_2 English_3 English_4
(Online) (in-Class) (Online) (in-Class) (Online) (in-Class) (Online) (in-Class)
 

With this range of English courses, we offer Participants not only a knowledge of the English terminology, but also insights into the industry.

 
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 Training within the scope
 of Distribution Channels
 and Economics
 Training within the scope
 of Maritime Economics
 Training within the scope
 of Logistics and Maritime
 English
 
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