Sustainable Port Development in changing global supply chains
September 15 @ 9:00 am - November 15 @ 5:00 pm UTC+1
With the course, participants will gain insight in global forces and disruptive trends impacting the port industry, and how ports can meet these challenges and develop a strategy towards a resilient port and sustainable growth. The seminar focuses on the 3 main aspects of the global supply chain: foreland connectivity, port efficiency & competitivity and hinterland connectivity.
- Transformation of the global supply chain
- Role of the port authority
- Extend global connectivity
- The port as an efficient node of the supply chain
- Improve port competitivety
- Develop strong hinterland connectivity
IS THIS COURSE FOR ME?
This course focuses on senior managers and anyone working on managerial or strategic aspects of port development.
15/09/2020 – 15/11/2020
The agenda of the course will be communicated before the start. Over the 8 weeks, there will be 70 study hours in a combination of readings, recorded content and live sessions. The live sessions will be planned to best suit the availability of the participants as they are an essential part of the learning experience. The sessions offer a unique opportunity to interact with our experts and your co-participants. They serve as a moment of review and discussion of your progress and assignments.
|Standard tariff||€ 1.400|
|APEC Alumni||€ 1.260|
An additional discount is applicable for multiple participants from the same organisation. Please contact the APEC project executive for more information.
The price includes all course material, personal coaching from our experts during the entire duration of the course and a certificate of completion.
Please click here to apply for this course. You will receive a confirmation with payment information afterwards. There is a maximum of 30 participants per course to ensure the possibility of personal guidance and interaction for each participant. There is no selection procedure, participation will be granted by a first come, first served principle.