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Training for project preparation and project management is rarely formally addressed in the education of maritime industry personnel. Participation in these programs remedies that deficiency, giving the attendees wider, very practical perspectives and exposing them to many lessons learned by others. Please read below to learn about the focused, practical training programs for the maritime professional that Fisher Maritime offers. These can be custom-tailored to your particular organization. We have provided these courses to representatives of over 500 organizations from 25 countries since we began offering these programs in 1988.
This maritime training program is a lessons-learned one, not some theoretical course on contract management. It bears a lot of “scar tissue” from marine contractual disasters. This program is a lessons-learned one, not some theoretical course on contract management. It reveals the reasons for the development of a lot of “scar tissue” from contract and project disputes. As the most popular course, it has been presented in-house over 200 times to more than 140 organizations worldwide, in addition to over 160 open-registration programs.
This maritime education course is a lessons-learned one and is custom-designed for shipyard personnel and subcontractors to shipyards. The topics of discussion have been selected from common sources of shipyard errors, disagreements or disputes analyzed in numerous prior contracts. The lessons learned by others through their mistakes are used to create positive, problem-avoidance practices for shipyard personnel. The result for the shipyard is an enhanced ability to identify costs which are the Owner's responsibility and sell them to the Owner instead of absorbing those costs.
This maritime training course is designed for shipowners' personnel who prepare specifications, who accompany the ship to the shipyard, and who arrange for new/growth/change work during contract performance. This course helps assure getting maximum value for money spent.