September 20, 2016
From the Desk of Capt. Jeff Monroe
IAMPE ANNOUNCES CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM SCHEDULE FOR ACCREDITED MARINE PORT EXECUTIVE CERTIFICATION
OCTOBER 12-13, 2016
Clark Memorial Building Conference Room, International Marine Terminal,
460 Commercial Street, Portland, ME
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12
0830 Welcome and Industry Update Capt. Jeffrey Monroe, IAMPE
1015 Regulatory Changes and Tariff Updates Capt. Jeffrey Monroe, IAMPE
1330 Grant Funding & Successful Processes Marissa Witkowski-Birtz, HDR
1445 Port Resiliency in Addressing Potential Disasters Bryan Jones, MPE, PE-HDR and Interruption of Business
Thursday October 13
0900 The Inland Port Transportation Network Susan Livorsi,Inland River Port & Terminals Assoc.
1045 Foreign Trade Zones-A Better Approach Wayne Coleman, FTZ Networks
1330 The Regulatory Horizon Capt. Jeffrey Monroe, IAMPE
1530 Business Development Case Study Patrick Arnold, From Weeds to Containers Maine Port Authority
1700 Closing Remarks, Continuing Education Certificates Capt. Jeff Monroe
The 2 Day Seminar is worth 16 Academic Credits toward the awarding of the Accredited Port Executive (AMPE) Professional Certification.
Conference Cost is $900 USD for both days. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for registration form.
NEW INLAND PORTS MARINE PORT EXECUTIVE SEMINAR
The new Inland Port Manager (IPM) and Inland Marine Port Manager (IMPE) are equivalent to the current Blue Water programs but with specific information related to the Inland Rivers and Port industry. The program was developed with the support and guidance of the Inland Rivers and PortAssociation and their Education Committee.
The initial seminar offering will take place October 31st to November 4th at the Lange-Stegmann Company Training Conference Center, 1 Angelica Street, St. Louis, MO.
The program is an immersion style seminar program covering 36 total hours and 22 sessions for the IMPE Certification. For those with time constraints, the program can be taken in two segments, beginning with the IPM (Inland Port Manager) segment and then the second segment taken at another time and location in 2017. Cost for both segments is $1,000 ($2,000 total for the entire week). IRPT members are given a 10% discount on the entire program. Registration is now open. Maximum participants: 20. 2017-2018 programs will be located in different geographic areas in the Mid-West.
IAMPE OFFERS FINAL NEW ENGLAND COURSES
The Association last New England seminar for 2016-2017 will be offered next week in Portland. We have a few remaining spots open. Please contact John Gleason, Registrar at email@example.com or call (207)200-2420.
MPM-MPE, Portland, Maine: September 26 to September 30
Applications are available from John Gleason, IAMPE Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 207-200-2420.
Inland Port Manager (2 Days, 16 Hours) $1,000 USD
Inland Marine Port Executive (2.5 Days-20 Hours) $1,000 USD
Marine Port Management (2 Days-16 hours) $1,000 USD
Marine Port Executive (2.5 days-20 hours) $1,000 USD
Continuing Education (2 days, 16 hours) $ 900 USD
Why IAMPE Seminars are best for port professionals:
1. Lowest cost, highest quality program.
2. Ongoing free support to seminar participants after the program
3. Recognized industry wide professional certification.
4. Recognized by the Loeb-Sullivan Graduate School at Maine Maritime Academy for academic credit.
5. Continuing education credits for other professional certifications.
6. Free membership to seminar participants in the IAMPE (first year) with full access to our electronic library.
7. Standards set by the 22 member board of port and industry professionals who monitor and maintain professional standards for the seminars and organization.
8. Only organization offering an accredited certification to industry professionals.
9. Over 1,000 port executives, military officers, and terminal managers certified from the Western Hemisphere, Europe and Asia.
Wishing all of you a great fall.
Capt. Jeffrey W. Monroe, MM, MTM, AMPE Director: Education, Standards and Training Programs International Association of Maritime and Port Executives 11 Katahdin Road. Portland, ME 04107-2828 USA Phone: (207) 741-7000, Cell: (207) 615-7989