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Maritime and Port Security

Maritime and Port Security

Dates: 6 - 19 June, 2017

Maritime security must be a coordinated effort between public, private and international entities if it is to effectively address all threats. Together with other international participants, we will closely examine the information, methods, technology and resources required to strengthen national security, especially in relation to ports.

Duration

14 days 

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This programme is designed for:

Senior officers of port authorities

Government officials

Maritime safety, security and environment professionals

Maritime lawyers and regulators

Port stakeholders (including municipal stakeholders)

Shipping company agents

Importers and exporters

Dockyard personnel

Shipyard managers and high ranking officers


Curriculum

  • Strategies of Maritime Security
  • The Maritime World Laws: Challenges and Threats
  • Ports and Shipping Counter-Terrorism
  • Maritime Terrorism: Current Threat Assessment
  • Maritime Terrorism and Piracy
  • Maritime Security Policy and Responsibilities
  • Port Security Administration and Implementation
  • Security Assessment and Security Plan
  • Hazardous Materials and Dangerous Cargo
  • Technological Tools for Security Checks
  • Unconventional Terrorism 

Study Tours

The programme includes study tours to major ports, high-tech security industries and Israel’s northern sea border.

 

* The curriculum and study tours are subject to change at the discretion of the administration. 


Cost

Tuition Fee $2,770 (Tuition scholarships are available)

Local Expense Fee $4,250 Double Accommodation, $5,450 Single Accommodation


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Ms. Janine Ross

Director, Centre for Transport & Maritime Studies
Naval Capt. (Ret.) Udi Dvir

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Naval Capt. (Ret.) Udi Dvir