Port Transit-Transport and Transhipment Logistics Management Course
Access to world market through ports has increasingly become a determinant to economic growth in some landlocked countries and port countries of the world. Port transit-corridor logistics is now an important element of the international trade supply chains. Not only will ports benefit from efficient transit-transport and transhipment logistics management but some will advance to become regional hubs by perfecting in transit-transport logistics. The complexity in transit-transport and transhipment logistics management demands highly skilled manpower. This is why this programme is carefully put together by academics, ministerial policymakers, port operators, consultants and stakeholders to exploit the efficiency within.
The broad aim of this skill-enhancement packed programme is to promote efficient port transit-transport and transhipment logistics management in a challenging and dynamic environment. Ports handling goods destined to other countries must meet the acceptable level of efficiency it requires. This will constrain both the facilities and manpower of the port to a certain extent that the capacity can no longer cope unless strategically and tactically managed. It is on this platform this programme was developed hence the following objectives.
- To enhance the knowledge of participants on the growing regulatory complexities in the management of port transit-transport and logistics management interface.
- To enable participants acquire up-to-date skills in the strategic management of the interface of port transit-transport and transhipment logistics whilst understanding the policy issues and application in transit-corridor frontier trade operations.
- To equip participants with the multi-skills needed in managing such complex logistics operations.
This programme is for middle and senior management personnel of Ports Authorities, Rail Transport, Container Terminals & Inland Depots, Custom & Excise, Police, Staff of Ministries of Transport, Economic Planning, Trade; Freight Forwarders, Shipping Agents, Shippers Councils; Clearing & Forwarding Agents, Road Haulage, Students & Academics, and others.
Core Course Contents
* Elements of International Trade and Structure of Global Market Economy
* The Concept of Ports Supply Chain Management
* Transit-Corridor Policy Formulation, Analysis and Review techniques
* Port Transit-Transport Monitoring and Evaluation by Key Performance Indicators
* Trade Transit-Corridor Policy and Institutional Framework Management
* International and Regional Trade Cooperation Management
* Port – Rail – Road Transit-Transport Interface Operations and Management
* Transit-Transport Corridor Planning and Management
* International Road Transport Code and Practice
* New Customs Union Conventions, Regulations and Application in Transit-Transport Logistics
* Electronic Documentation Process & Procedure in compliance with UN Conventions.
* Managing Constraints in Port Transit-Transport & Transhipment Logistics
* Inter-modal Transport and Transhipment Logistics Management
* Transit-Corridor and Transhipment Capacity Planning and Management
* Trade Corridor and Transit-Transport Capacity Building and Development
Port Surgery: A One-to-One Problem Solving Discussion with Course Participants on
Home Ports Problems and Strategic Solutions
Case Study 1: The Case of Port of Mombasa – Uganda – Rwanda Corridor Operations.
2: The Emerging New Global Framework for Transit-Transport
– The United Nations Almaty Programme of Action1 (A Review)
Programme Duration: 01 – 11 December, 2015
Programme Venue: London School of Economics (LSE), London United Kingdom
Choice of Course Fee:
(i) Course fee is £3300.00 British Pound Sterling per participant. This fee covers tea/coffee,training and materials (without accommodation and lunch) during training.
(ii) Course fee is £4150.00 British Pound Sterling per participant. This covers tea/coffee, materials,training, hotel accommodation and lunch during training only (weekends not included).
Dr. Fortune Laurence – IAPH Coordinator
Prof. Dr Joy Joseph – IAPH Alternate Coordinator
Prof. Dr Peter Langen
Prof. David McConville
Ms Helen Smith – IAPH Alternate Coordinator/Project Manager