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1 Solutions at sea and ashore MARITIME TRAINING INSTITUTESolutions at sea and ashore
2 To provide an incomparable education in junction with the Glasgow College of Nautical Studies to produce some of the worlds finest seafarers which meet the needs of today and the requirements of tomorrow.To conduct and promote eduction and training in all spheres of the Maritime Industry in a befitting manner.To produce well trained seafarers in order to meet the challenges of the Maritime trade in compliance with IMO/STCW 95.
3 The MARITIME TRAINING INSTITUTE of Karachi was established in October Authenticated and approved by The Govt. of Pakistan, It isSituated on the waterfront west edge of the China Creek, neighboring theKarachi Harbour. It is one of the premier marine institutes in the privatesector, dedicated to impart knowledge and provide comprehensiveeducation and training to maintain compatibility with modern technologicaladvancement as well as meet the ever growing demands of the marineindustry.IntroductionIn November 2001, the MARITIME TRAINING INSTITUTE of Karachiwas declared as an approved outreach center for the Glasgow CollegeOf Nautical Studies U.K, for conducting the HND-Higher National Diplomain Nautical Science and Marine Engineering. Thus it became the firstinstitute in the Marine Sector of Pakistan which is affiliated with theBritish Education System under the Scottish Qualification Authority U.K.
4 Organizational Chart MARITIME TRAINING INSTITUTE RECTOR ENGINEERING ACCOUNTANTADMINSTRATORHEAD OF ENGINEERING STUDIESPRINCIPALDIRECTORStudies & TrainerVICE PRINCIPAL&RIGISTARHEAD OF NAUTICALSTUDIESINTER-DEPARTMENTALCO-ORDINATOR(CERTIFICATION)COURSE LEADERENGINEERINGINSTRUCTORSWORKSHOPENGINEERINGCOURSE CO-ORDINATOR
5 LLOYD’S LIST FINALISTS TRAINING AWARD-2007 MARITIME TRAINING INSTITUTE – Karachi, is winner ofLloyd’s List Finalists Training Award-2007in Recognition of their exceptional initiative designed to enhance standards in shipping through education and training.
6 DUBAI INTERNATIONAL MARITIME AWARD-2005 MARITIME TRAINING INSTITUTE – Karachi, is winner of Dubai International Maritime Award-2005 in Recognition of their exceptional initiative designed to enhance standards in shipping through education and training.Award Presented by Secretary General of IMO
7 IAMIMEMBER OF INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATIONOFMARITIME INSTITUTIONS
8 MEMBER OF THE GLOBAL MARITIME EDUCATION GlobalMETMEMBER OF THE GLOBAL MARITIME EDUCATION&TRAINING ASSOCIATION
9 IMARESTINSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERINGSCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
10 OUTREACH CENTRE OF GLASGOW COLLEGE OF NAUTICAL STUDIES, U.K Glasgow College of Nautical Studies is situated in the heart of Glasgow on thesouth bank of the river Clyde, next to Glasgow Green. Currently the College occupies two sites in close proximity. The main campusin Thistle Street contains three of the College Faculties. There are over 1,800 students on campus at any one time.The Glasgow College of Nautical Studies UK has an international reputationin imparting education and training in the sphere of Marine Industry, withstudents attending from all over the United Kingdom and abroad.Since November 2001 Maritime Training Institute, designated as anoutreach centre of GLASGOW COLLEGE OF NAUTICAL STUDIES, to conduct the (HND) Higher National Diploma Courses in (two parts). The first year studies are carried out at Maritime Training Institute, Karachi while the second year studies at the GCNS, Glasgow, UK.
11 Management & Faculty Members of Maritime Training Institute – Karachi, are pictured alongside the heads of faculty from the Glasgow College of Nautical Studies - UK
13 CAREER IN THE MERCHANT NAVY Shipping has been an important industry at all times and will remain so in future as well. It is well managed,technologically advanced and committed to environmental protection around the globe, especially preservingmarine life within the high seas and water ways connected. Presently Ships carry 90% of world trade. The Sea born trade is estimated to be almost double overthe next 15 years. Merchant Navy is composed of a core of highly competent and professional seafarers whose competency isacknowledged worldwide for their high professional standards, quality of their training and their ability of quickand timely judgment and decision making.Now, opportunities exist for capable and enthusiastic young persons who will be trained at MTI Karachi, to manageand operate modern and sophisticated ships.A career in the Merchant Navy is very lucrative, rewarding both financially and in terms of job satisfaction, whichcan give you:· Simulating in training institutes using modern equipments, thus keeping abreast of application of modern day spectacular technological achievements. · Exciting and heavy responsibility entrusted at an early age · Excellent opportunities to explore the world while serving and an unprecedented exposure to natural phenomenon · Qualifications that are recognized throughout the world hence job opportunities are unlimited. · A variety of options are available as you develop your career · Excellent rewardsCAREER IN THE MERCHANT NAVY
14 H.N.D (Higher National Diploma) Programs MARINE ENGINEERINGNAUTICAL STUDIESIn Collaboration with Glasgow College of Nautical Studies, U.K. H.N.D program commenced from 2004.Every year courses commence in the First week of the September , both for Nautical Studies & Marine Engineering.First year to be studied at MTI. Second year to be studied at GCNS-Glasgow.Enables cadets to appear for U.K Certificate of competency after completing requisite sea time.Under Graduate ProgramsIn Collaboration with Glasgow College of Nautical Studies, U.K. and Top Ranking Universities of Glasgow viz;-The Glasgow UniversityThe Strathclyde UniversityThe Caledonian university
15 CAREER AS A DECK OFFICER Being a Deck Officer, you will start your career as Deck Cadet. During the 20 months of sea training,you are prepared for the strict Nautical Discipline, and you will eventually be responsible for the Navigation, Cargo handling, Maintenance of Deck and related Machinery, Safety, Security and other associated duties onboard Merchant Ships.This skill is based on academic know how and shall enable you to obtain O.O.W (Officer of Watch) Certificate of competency of operational level and gradually, upon further qualifying Management Level Class I (Deck) you shall attain the rank of Master of the Ship (Captain).In progressing from Deck Cadet to Captain, you will be serving as 3rd officer, 2nd officer and Ch. Officer. Promotion from one rank to the other will depend on the Certificate of Competency you hold and the quality of your experience and of course professional skills.As an able young officer in this system, you can gain smooth and rapid path of career development. Even so, the Process is unlikely to take less than ten years from the commencement of a cadetship to qualifying with Class I Certificate. A career in the Merchant Navy as a Deck Officer can be very rewarding, both financially and in terms of job satisfaction.After attaining the rank of Master (Captain) of the ship,a mariner can also acquires ranks ashore in the followingpositions, should an individual decide to switch over fromafloat to shore establishment.CAREER AS A DECK OFFICER· Government Ship Surveyors · Cargo and Insurance Surveyors · Marine Superintendents of Shipping Companies · Marine Pilots or the Tug Commander in Port · Dredging Masters aboard Dredgers · Lecturers of Maritime Studies · Ship Brokers · Marine Consultants · Arbitrators · Marine Technologist · Hydrographers
16 COMPUTER BASED TRAINING Number of varieties of Computer Based Training Programesare also available.TV & LIBRARY FACILITIES A well equipped modern library consisting of books, tutorials,magazines, journals, periodicals.CD's,DVD's,etc.Partly ‘&' Library
17 HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN NAUTICAL SCIENCE ( U. K ) HND NAUTICAL SCIENCE COURSE STRUCTURE YEAR 1 Subjects1 Celestial Navigation D77R352 Tides and Sailing D77T343 Meterology D77V344 Chart Work D77S345 Ship Construction D78B346 Cargo Work D77Y347 Ship Stability D78A348 Bridge Watch Keeping D77W359 Emergency Response & Communication D77X3410 Law and Management D78C3411 Practical Seamanship12 P.S.S.R12 P.S.T Courses13 Additional Skill Development Programme:a) English language communication programmeb) Mathematicsc) Information TechnologyHIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN NAUTICAL SCIENCEPhase 1: 12 Months skill based academic studies at MARITIME TRAINING INSTITUTE, Karachi, which is an outreach centre of Glasgow. Phase 2: 12 Months to study at GLASGOW COLLEGE OF NAUTICAL STUDIES, U.K(Maritime Training Institute, Karachi will facilitate for Student’s Visa to all successful cadets upon completion of Phase 1)Phase 3: Deck Cadets are required to complete 20 months sea service prior to appearing for Officer Of the Watch Certificate examination, conducted by MCA (Maritime Coastguard Agency) U.K.(Maritime Training Institute, Karachi will endeavour to arrange for Sea berth to all successful cadets upon completion of Phase 2) Upon Successful completion of HND make you eligible for exemptions from all subjects of the class 2 (Deck Officer) Certificate of Competency Examination, except Ship Stability, Navigation, Engineering and Control Systems.This course is being conducted in collaboration with GLASGOW COLLEGE OF NAUTICAL STUDIES, U.K. AIMS OF THE COURSE 1. To develop the competency required to enable the cadets to carry out his duties as Officer of the Watch on board Merchant ships. 2. To provide the cadets with HND qualification which is accepted by MCA for obtaining exemption from some of academic papers of class 2 (Deck) & Class 1 (Deck) and to comply with MCA’s standard’s certification requirements. 3. To satisfy all the requirements laid down by the MCA,the Merchant Navy Training Board and the I.M.O Convention on standards of training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW 95), the Institute is offering a Higher National Diploma in Nautical Science. The HND holder will require a training period of 20 months Sea Service to be eligible for entry to the MCA Officer of the Watch Certificate of Competency (U.K.).Scheme of training is approved by the Merchant Navy Training Board - U.K and the MCA U.K.ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR HND NAUTICAL SCIENCEAge limit : to 24 years as on 27th Aug of the year of entry.Qualification: HSC (Pre-engineering) minimum 50% marks in Physics,Chemistry, Mathematics and English or A-Level.Medical Fitness : Fitness standard as laid down in MSN 1765 (M),effective 1st September 2006.Entry : Based strictly on merit, performance of aptitude test andsubsequent interview.
18 HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MARINE ENGINEERING ( U.K ) HND MRINE ENGINEERING COURSE STRUCTURE YEAR 1 Subjects1 Information Technology A6AM 042 Control Fundamentals D4G5 043 Transducers D4LM 044 Mep – Statics & Dynamics D4LK 045 Mep – Thermofluids D4JM 046 Materials Selec & Testing D4JF 047 Design Drawing & Comm For Engs D4GD 048 Mathematics For Engs D4JH 049 Fund Electrical & Electronics Principals D4HS 0410 Engineering Mech & Strength Of Material – General D4HB 0411 Engineering Mech & Strength Of Material – Advance D4HB 0412 Plant System Utilities D4KC 0413 Inds Plant Service Pneuatics & Hyd D4JI 0414 Heat Transfer & Fluid Mechanics D4HW 0415 Applied Thermodynamics Basic Processes D4FK 0416 Applied Thermodynamics Inds Applications D4FL 0417 Intro to Engineering Design D4J7 0418 Mechanicaly & Design Mach Elements D4JN 0419 Three Phase AC D4LK 0420 Inds Plant Maintenance D4HX 0421 Pneumatic Hyd & Electrical Control Sys D4KF 0422 Additional Skill Development Programme:.English language communication programThis course is being conducted in collaboration with GLASGOW COLLEGE OF NAUTICAL STUDIES, U.K. OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE 1. To develop the competency required to enable the student to carry out his duties as an Officer of the Watch on Merchant Ships.2. To provide the student with qualification which will be accepted by MCA as giving exemption from parts of their Marine Engineer Officer Certificates of Competency at operational and Management Level and to satisfy MCA initial training requirements for entry to OOW.3. To satisfy all therequirements laid down by the MCA, the Merchant Navy Training Board and the International Convention on standards of training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, the Institute is offering a Higher National Diploma in Marine Engineering. The HND Graduate will require a training period of 6 months Sea Service to be eligible for entry to the MCA Officer of the Watch Certificate ofCompetency (U.K.), Scheme of training is approved by the Merchant NavyTraining Board U.K and the MCA – U.K.HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MARINE ENGINEERINGPhase Months to study at MARITIME TRAINING INSTITUTE, Karachi,which is an outreach centre of Glasgow College of Nautical Studies,UKPhase Months to study at GLASGOW COLLEGE OF NAUTICAL STUDIES, U.K(Maritime Training Institute, Karachi will facilitate for Student’s Visa to all successful cadets upon completion of Phase 1)Phase 3. Engine Cadets are required to complete 6 months sea service prior to appear for Officer Of the Watch Certificate by MCA (Maritime Coastguarding Agency) U.K Phase Upon completion of second phase at GCNS-UK Engineering candidates have opportunity to awitch over to Degree course B.E Mechanical or Power plant Engineering at Glasgow and Caledonian Universities if one decides to quit sea career.ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR HND NAUTICAL SCIENCEAge limit : to 24 years as on 27th Aug of the year of entry.Qualification: HSC (Pre-engineering) minimum 50% marks in Physics,Chemistry, Mathematics and English or A-Level.Medical Fitness : Fitness standard as laid down in MSN 1765 (M),effective 1st September 2006.Entry : Based strictly on merit, performance of aptitude test andsubsequent interview.
19 CAREER AS AN ENGINEER OFFICER On qualifying O.O.W (Officer of the Watch) Certificate of Competency, you will start sea carrier as a ENGINE WATCHKEEPER and will be responsible to the Chief Engineer for the operation and control of all the engineering systems onboard ship, servicing a whole range of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic machinery/appliances.Most ships have 4 or 5 Engineer Officers ranging in seniority from E.W.K. Officer, through the ranks of 3rd and 2nd Engineer Officer leading to, Chief Engineer Officer. In progressing from Engineer Cadet to Chief Engineer Officer you can expect to serve in each of these capacities in turn. Promotion from one to the other rank will depend on the Certificate of Competency you hold, the quality of your experience and, of course, personal capabilities.CAREER AS AN ENGINEER OFFICERAs an able young Engineer officer with this system you can gain competency in a smooth and fast progressing career. The process is unlikely to take less than eight years from the commencement of a cadetship to qualifying class I (Chief Engineers Certificate of Competency).After attaining the rank of Chief Engineer Officer, one can secure lucrative position in shore based prestigious organizations as well as government departments, as follows:· Government Surveyors of Ships & Machinery · Classification Society Surveyors · Engineering Superintendents of Shipping Companies · Service Engineer of Specialized plant and machinery · Power Plant · Lecturers in Maritime studies
20 ALTERNATE TRAINING SCHEME FOR MARINE ENGINEERS Level SVQ 3 CADET ENGINEERSHIPThis course is designed for college leavers from Pakistan who are well motivated and wish to enter a career path with a long term high salary life style, excellent career and job satisfaction.This will give Pakistanies, an opportunity to get their share in shipping manpower from international seafarers human resource market. The special package is designed to minimize the length of time spent in UK and therefore the overall cost. The educational objectives are, in general terms, to deliver a course of education and training designed to prepare candidates for the Engineer Officer of the Watch Examination to be taken during the Phase 2 at Glasgow College of Nautical Studies (UK).COURSE CONTENTS:(a) MNTB Skills Specification (b) Underpinning Knowledge components of SVQ Level 3 Merchant Vessel Engineering (c) STCW 95 Basic Training courses (d) SVQ Level 3 Portfolio assessment/remediation (UK) (e) STCW 95 Advanced Courses (UK) (f) EOOW Oral Examination preparation (UK) (g) Class 2 MCA examination preparation model’s (UK)Entry Requirements: Same as HND (U.K) Phase – 2 at GCNS, Glasgow (U.K)Duration 5 Months Portfolio Assessment Completion of Level 3 SVQ Completion of MNTB skills specification Completion of Class 2 academic subjectsAdvanced STCW 95 courses EOOW Oral ExaminationEntry Requirements: Same as HND (U.K)Phase 1 at MTI, Karachi (Pakistan)Duration 13 Months Delivery part of UPK Level 3 Part delivery of MNTB Skill Part preparation of Class 2 academic subjectsSTCW 95 Basic Training CoursesPhase – 3 SEA-Service onboard ship 12 Months minimum. Portfolio completion
21 EX-RADIO OFFICERS & DIESEL MECHANICS Now you can get Marine Engineer’s license (COC) from UK after going through a conversion course, especially designed for existing seafarers of above category.The course is specially designed for existing seafarers from Pakistan, who arewell motivated and wish to enter a prospective career. This package is designedto minimize the period of stay in UK till attaining (E.O.O.W) certificate, thusreducing total cost.The educational objectives are, in general terms, to deliver course of educationand training designed to prepare candidates for the Engineer Officer of theWatch examination (E.O.O.W) and provide additional academic support in Class2 academic subjects examinations, to be conducted in accordance with SQA, mandatory training/skill, according to STCW 95.COURSE CONTENTSSame as Level 3 SVQ ENGINEER CADET except Class 2 MCA examination preparation modules (UK). It is optional for those who also want to get Class II COC.Entry Requirements:Phase - 1 (MTI) Duration 5 Months Delivery part of UPK Level 3 Part delivery of MNTB SkillSTCW 95 Basic Training CoursesEntry Requirements: Phase - 2 (COLLEGE)Duration 5 Months Portfolio Assessment Completion of Level 3 SVQ Completion of MNTB skills specificationAdvanced STCW 95 courses OOW Oral ExaminationPhase – 3 (SEA) 6 Months minimum. Portfolio completion
22 UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEER TRAINING SCHEME B.ENG DEGREEMECHANICAL AND POWER PLANT SYSTEMSTraining Objectives of the Scheme 1.To develop the knowledge, understanding and competencies required to carry out the duties of a Sr. Engineer Officer in Merchant Navy.2.To provide an SQA level 3 in Marine Vessel Engineering and the underpinning knowledge required for level 4 which will be accepted by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency as giving exemption fromacademic components of the Engineer Officer Certificates of Competency Examinations at Class 2 and Class 1 Levels.3. To satisfy Maritime and Coastguard Agency initial training requirementsfor entry to the STCW 95 OOW (Officer of the Watch) Certificate ofCompetency oral examination.4. To provide a route to a B. Eng degree in Mechanical & Power Plantsystems.5. To develop an enhanced level of engineering competence, which willenable career progression into land-based employment within theshipping industry and its infrastructure.Entry requirements to Training SchemeSchool leavers with “A” Levels or Higher Grade in Mathematics and Physics.Training Scheme DetailsPhase 1 12 Months to study at MARITIME TRAINING INSTITUTE, Karachi, which is an outreach centre of Glasgow College of Nautical Studies, UK to cover HND units and other subject matter. In addition, associated practical and theoretical work to complete the underpinning knowledge required for the SQA Level 3 in Marine Vessel Engineering.Phase 2 12 Months to study at GLASGOW COLLEGE OF NAUTICAL STUDIES, U.K to cover HN Units and other subject matter. In addition, the SVQ Level 3 portfolio will be assessed and preparation given for the EOOW oral examination. Successful completion of Phases 1&2 provides progression to Level 3 B.Eng Mechanical & Power Plant Systems undertaken at Glasgow Caledonian University. (Maritime Training Institute, Karachi will facilitate for Student’s Visa to all successful cadets upon completion of Phase 1)Phase 3 12 Months to study at the(a) Glasgow Caledonian University,(b) Strathclyde University(c) Glasgow UniversityUK for 3rd year B. Eng subject matter.
23 CLASS ROOMAll class rooms are air conditioned and fully equipped with:- · Multimedia Projector · Overhead Projector · Slide Projector · DVD Player · Television Sets · Video Cassette Player · Audio Cassette Player · Computer on Comprehensive Network · On Line Teching . Reference Book ConsultationsFACILITIESWORKSHOPMarine Engineering Trainees, do have Practical Trainings ATKarachi Port Trust which is the (Govt approved workshop forMarine Engineering Apprenticeship) to carry out their workshopassignments as stipulated in their syllabus. In addition to the above, other workshops namely:- 1) M/s Hussain Engineering Works Ltd & 2) M/s S. H. Enterprisesare also used for Bench Fitting, Plumpring ,Welding Lathe andMilling work available for their day-to-day works.
24 GP – III (Ratings) Including Support Level SCOPEThis course covers recommended IMO’s Model Training Program Part I ofEngine and Deck Ratings respectively. The syllabus also satisfies the recommendations of IMO/ILO Documents of Guidance The syllabus for training as a General Service (GS) has been included to cater for additional requirements of catering department as well.COURSE DURATIONGP – III (Rating) including support level, Training course is of 6 Months duration viz:January to JuneJuly to DecemberWhich is inclusive of mandatory courses and examinations as briefed.OBJECTIVESTo train in such a manner that a “trainee” after successful completion of this course, should be able to work efficiently on deck, in engine and as well as in catering Departments.Upon completion of the required sea going service under the supervision of Deck Officer/Engineer Officer of the watch, the trainee will be eligible to appear for evaluation of the competency for certification of rating (support level) forming part of a navigational/engineering watch respectively, from the Administration.ENTRY STANDARDEducation: Applicants should have passed “Secondary School Certificate” or equivalent (‘O’ level GEC, etc) examination.Age Limit: Applicants should be between 18 to 24 years of age on 30thNovember for the course commencing in December and on 31st May for the course commencing June.Medical & Fitness Standard: Candidates should meet the medical & fitness standards in accordance with MSN 1765 (M) effective 1st September 2002.
25 BASIC COURSES ADVANCE COURSES Basic Fire Fighting Elementary First Aid Personal Safety & Social ResponsibilitiesPersonal Survival TechniquesADVANCE COURSESTanker FamiliarizationAdvance Oil Tanker OperationAdvance Fire FightingMedical First AidARPA and Radar Simulator (Operational Level) (Management Level)
26 SPECIALISED COURSES Bridge Team Management Bridge Resources Management Crew Resources ManagementRisk Assessment & Risk ManagementAccident and Incident investigationProficiency in Crisis ManagementISPS FamiliarizationISPS (Ship Security Officer)ISPS (Port Security Officer)ISPS (Company Security Officer)Automatic Identification SystemVoyage PlanningISM FamiliarizationISM Code Quality & Safety ManagementECDIS FamiliarizationElectronic Chart Display Information SystemHazardous MaterialMarine Environment ProtectionShipboard Oil Pollution Emergency PlanPort State Vetting InspectionsShipboard Training & AssessmentSeafarer Evaluation & Training SystemTraining for TrainersShip General SafetyMaritime EnglishComputer Orientation for Seafarers
27 SIMULATOR BASED COURSES Navigational Simulator Training 1. Marine Pilots Simulator Training Ship Manoeuvering Simulator Training3. ASD Tugs Manoeuvering & Handling Simulator Training 4. Fishing Trawlers & Vessels Manoeuvering Simulator TrainingLiquid Cargo Handling Simulators Training 1. Large Crude oil Carrier (LCC) 2. Liquefied Petroleum Gas Carrier (LPG) 3. Liquefied Natural Gas Carrier (LNG) 4. Chemical Tanker (CHT)
29 HYDROGRAPHIC & PORT COURSES An overview of Hydrographic Surveying of Harbor / Port WatersAn overview of the Pakistan registry of Ships and Functions of the Mercantile Marine & Shipping Office.Familiarization of Ports Rules, Regulation & ActsFamiliarization of Customs Rules & Regulation
30 COMMERICAL SHIPPING & MARITIME COURSES The Institue of Chartered Shipbrokers - U.K 1. Diploma in Shipping 2. Qualifying ExaminationInternational Institue of Container Lessor U.S.A 1. Marine Cargo Inspector
31 THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED SHIPBROKER PROVIDING ONLY INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED QUALIFICATION FOR SHIPPING PROFESSIONALS.The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers Under its Royal Charter (1911) the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS) sets and examines the syllabus for entry into international shipping’s professional body; and thus has a central part to play in maintaining the highest professional standards in a vital global business.Pakistan Branch is headed by Capt. S.M.A. Mahmoodi as Founder Honorary Secretary and Chief Education Officer of the Institute. The aim of the branch is to promote Shipping Business Studies to produce Shipping Professionals worldwide. Professional Membership Membership of the Institute (MICS) is achieved by candidates passing the professional Qualifying Examinations or by dissertation and specifying the Controlling Council of their suitability. Membership proves that the incumbent has a professional understanding and broad spectrum knowledge of the shipping industry.The examinations are held in April each year at centers worldwide. Prizes, generously sponsored by companies in the shipping industry, are awarded to the candidates who have been most successful in the annual examinations. Tutorship CoursesThe Branch does have Tutorship Material for all subjects and can be purchased by the student at cost of Rs.7000 per subject for self studies. However tutorial classes can also be arranged for students’ subject inducement for selective subjects at an additional cost of Rs.3000 per subject.Please note registration is already commenced and it is suggested that you should get enrolled as early as possible. Here Under is Fee structure: Registration Fee £ 45 for One Year (Conversion Rate Rs.120)(Last date of registration 14th Jan)Examination Fee £ 30 per Subject (Conversion Rate Rs.120)(Last date of Examination 21st Jan)Exemption Fee £ 40 per Subject (Conversion Rate Rs.120)Professional Qualifying ExaminationsThe syllabus is grouped into the following subjectsGroup1Introduction to ShippingLegal Principles inShippingBusinessEconomics of Sea Transport & International TradeShipping BusinessGroup2Dry Cargo CharteringShip Operations & ManagementTanker CharteringShip Sale & PurchaseLinear TradesPort AgencyGroup3Shipping LawFinancial & Management AccountingMulti-modal Transport & LogisticsMarine Insurance
32 GROUP 1 Introduction to Shipping GROUP 2 1 Option Foundation Diploma Structure Principally intended for those new to the industry. Candidates take two papers at the same set of examinations. No Exemptions allowed.GROUP 1 Introduction to Shipping GROUP OptionQualifying Examination Structure Please note that all Qualifying Examination, candidates must take shipping business in their first year.GROUP 1 All subject required Introduction to Shipping Legal Principles in Shipping Business Economics of Sea Transport and International Trade Compulsory in first year Shipping BusinessGROUP 2Dry Cargo Chartering Ship Operations and Management Tanker Chartering Ship Sale and Purchase Liner Trades Port AgencyGROUP 3Shipping Law Financial and Management Accounting Multi-model Transport and Logistics Marine InsuranceFOUNDATIONDIPLOMASTRUCTURE
33 ICS DISTANCE LEARNING CENTER IN PAKISTAN The Qualifying Examination provides a thorough understanding of shipping business for the ambitious professional. All successful candidates would go on to be Members (MICS) and eventually Fellows (FICS) of the Institute and thereby be entitled to call themselves a “Chartered Shipbroker”Institute of Chartered Shipbroker - Pakistan Branch, which is an ever first overseas Distance Learning Centre (DLC) of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers UK is conducting Correspondence & Tutorial Courses by approved tutors of the “tutorship”, preparing candidates for the qualifying examination & Foundation Diploma Examination in April every year in close association with Maritime Training Institute.Which is itself monitored by the ODL Quality Council of UK. The fees structure is substantially lower than the UK–based fees, which is affordable in Pakistan,The Institute of Charters Shipbrokers, founded in 1911, is the professional body that sets the highest standards of professional service to the shipping industry through the provision of an internationally recognized education program.The Institute believes it is essential that shipping professionals have sufficient knowledge of the law, insurance, economics etc so that he/she can communicate with a specialist professional. This results in less confusion, misunderstanding and hopefully less contractual risk to the company. Perhaps it goes withoutsaying that the obverse is true that a maritime lawyer at all needs the understanding of the shipping industry to be able to place his/her work in context.Advantages of studying for the ICS examinations include:* Internationally accepted professional qualification* Guarantee of a genuine understanding of shipping business* Proficiency in chosen specialist subjects* Improved ability to analyze and assess information* Greater confidence to communicate effectively worldwide on shippingbusiness mattersFor those new to the industry or not sure if professional studies, the foundation diploma is recommended for them, which will give a solid grounding and although a stand-alone qualification, can lead to the Qualifying Examinations and in due course membership (MICS) of the Institute.
34 MARITIME TRAINING INSTITUTE Setting the highest standards of professional service to the Shipping industry Worldwide through education and exampleMARITIME TRAINING INSTITUTE "MARINERS FAIRWAY" Timber Pond, Keamari, P. O. Box No Karachi , PakistanTel: to (4 Lines) Fax: Web: