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January 7, 2019

2019 Schedule-Accredited Educational Programs

MPM/IMPM- 16 Hour Maritime Port Manager Program MPE/IMPE- 36 Hour Maritime Port Executive Program Continuing Education-16 Hour Program -Accredited Marine Port Executive Certification

MTO- 16 Hour Marine Terminal Operator-Custom Sponsored and Scheduled

IAMPE may cancel or reschedule seminars if registrations are below minimum levels

Seminar Locations and Dates Subject to Change - Participants will be notified well in advance. Rates are modestly going up in 2019 (MPM $100, MPE $100=Total $200 increase). If you register for a program by December 31, the old rates will apply.

To register for seminars, or additional information contact:

Accredited Professional Certification

The IAMPE is a not-for-profit industry association dedicated to the educational management development of port, terminal and maritime professionals. IAMPE professional certifications are approved by the Standards Committee of the Association and reviewed and endorsed by the Board of the Advisors of the IAMPE. MPM, IMPM, MPE and IMPE are professional industry certifications trademarked by the IAMPE. The program is endorsed for 4 graduate program academic credits by the Loeb-Sullivan School of International Business and Logistics at Maine Maritime Academy. Participation is generally accepted for continuing education credits needed to maintain professional certification. The IAMPE provides information to institutions for credit consideration based on classroom hours, program structure, prerequisite requirements, evaluations and content. All attendees will receive a free membership to the IAMPE.

Maritime Port Management (MPM), Maritime Port Executive (MPE) Blue and Brown Water


Day 1 8:30 AM-5:00 PM Session 1 International Transportation System, Modes and Logistics Session 2 Worldwide Port Industry and Maritime Industry Trends Session 3 Terminology Session 4 Public Port Governance Structures and Management (Inland-The Inland River System) Session 5 Port and Terminal Administration and Finance (Inland-Governance, Finance, Administration)

Day 2 8:30 AM-5:00 PM Session 6 Intermodal Marine and Cargo Facilities Session 7 Port and Intermodal Terminal Operations Session 8 International and National Regulatory Requirements Session 9 Port & Terminal Safety, Security and Emergency Planning Session 10 Case Study and Evaluation


Day 3 8:30 AM-5:00 PM Session 11 Port Infrastructure-Waterways, Road and Rail Access Session 12 Port and Terminal Property Management and Risk Factors Session 13 Case Study Session 14 Cargo Processes and Management, Chartering and Carriage Session 15 Cost and Pricing of Transportation, Application of the O/D Analysis

Day 4 8:30 AM-5:00 PM Session 16 Port and Terminal Business Development and Planning Session 17 Case Study Session 18 Marine Terminal and Port Tariffs, Regulations and Operating Plans Session 19 Public Relations, Information Systems and Media Planning Session 20 Strategic, Master Transportation and Cargo Planning Processes

“For A World Connected By Water”

The International Association of Maritime and Port Executives

P.O. Box 2729, South Portland, Maine 04116 USA (207)741-7000

  • David Arnold, MPE-Executive Director

  • Capt. Jeffrey Monroe, MM, AMPE- Director of Education

  • Capt. Michelle Ross, MM, AMPE- Program Development

  • John Gleason, MPE-Registrar/Billing (207)200-2420

  • Valerie Kazarian, MPM-Seminar Administrator

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