The shipping industry is a necessary component of international trade which plays a critical role in establishing global ties between corporate entities. Businesses today rely upon skilled individuals to efficiently distribute their products in order to compete and meet customer demands.
The ABMA Level 4 Diploma in Shipping and Logistics courses are designed to enable current and prospective professionals in the Shipping Industry to make an immediate contribution in today's dynamic work environment.
Courses included in Level 4:
- Unit 1 - Mercantile and Shipping Practice
- Unit 2 - Principles of International Maritime Logistics
- Unit 3 - Principles of Shipping and Insurance Management
- Unit 4 - The Movement of Dangerous Goods
- Unit 5 - Overseas Trade Law
Schedule & Fees
The next intake is in February 2020. Registration is OPEN.
Fees for this programme are as follows:
SBCS Administration Fee
Payable upon registration
Cash price payable at the start of the programme OR
Credit price applies to the payment plan
ABMA Exam Fee
Payment Plans are available.
Why study at SBCS?
- Recognition: This is an Internationally recognized qualification
- Career-focused: The curriculum was developed to meet the needs of the current marketplace.
- Instructors are certified, highly skilled and experienced practitioners who bring their knowledge and work experience to the classroom.
- Modern, fully equipped labs. You learn using the same hardware/software you will encounter in the field.
- Convenient class schedules. Work, Earn and Study at the same time. Classes are offered on a part-time basis, which allows working individuals to balance their work and educational needs.
- 1 year
- Champs Fleurs
To be eligible for entry onto the programme, you must have achieved passes in CSEC / CXC inclusive of Mathematics & English and at least one of the following:
- Two (2) full CAPE units or A Level subjects
- Any Level 3 Qualification
- Relevant work experience: Evidence of professional work experience can be submitted for a minimum of one year within a job sector that is related to the Shipping & Logistics field. Examples of evidence that will be accepted include:
– Employer references detailing the learner’s duties and responsibilities
– Certificates of training/courses
Learners are encouraged to submit details of all types of training that they have obtained.
To register for this programme, you must provide evidence of your entry qualifications by presenting:
- Original certificates along with copies of each
- A detailed Resume and/or Job Letter (where applicable).
If your entry qualifications are satisfactory, you are then required to complete the SBCS Registration Form.