ADVANCED HULL UNDERWRITING
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Eastern Time
American Institute of Marine
14 Wall Street, 8th Floor, Suite 820
New York, NY 10005
Fee for this course: Member
*$330 Non-Member *$550
*Fee is per student whether in
person or Distance Learning S
DISTANCE LEARNING OPTION NOW AVAILABLE
Students can attend in the classroom
or as a
Distance Learning Student (DLS)!
now offers this option as a means to train the ocean marine
Q: What do I need if I want to attend but not travel to NYC?
A: You can attend from anywhere in the U.S. Turn on your
computer, dial your phone, and attend.
This includes video and
audio capability using Microsoft Live Meeting!
You will have
the ability to see, hear, and ask questions of the instructor.
To attend as distance learning attendee, register online.
The course will involve a detailed discussion, study and review of contract clauses.
course will build on the underwriting instruction of the AIMU
Introduction to Hull Insurance course. Students will go into
further depth in the review of some of the forms and clauses used
to insure hull and machinery damage for blue and brown water
vessels. This course will discuss duties under General Average and
Salvage; review the wording in Loss of Hire; discuss the
similarities and differences in various forms including a
comparison between various clauses in the American Institute Hull
Clauses, the Norwegian Hull Plan, and the Institute Time Hull
Clauses; discuss factors taken into consideration for rating ?
particularly on the blue water side; conduct an in-depth study on
collision liability, additional insurances, and markets and their
idiosyncrasies; an expanded discussion on exposure and operations;
a discussion on the emerging issues, technological advancements
and their implications; and trends in the business.
Insurance company underwriters, trainees, claims personnel,
surveyors, agents or brokers, shipowners, charterers, and marine
attorneys who have completed AIMU?s Introduction to Hull
Insurance and/or have had experience with Hull Insurance
underwriting or claims.
Keith Cary, CPCU, AMIM
The course includes handouts and
lecture notes (these will be mailed to Distance Learning
Students in advance, along
with log in codes).
Approved for six CE Credits for NY & NJ P&C Agents and
Brokers license (for in-person students only)
For on-site attendees, tuition includes continental
breakfast, lunch, *CE credits and materials on-site.
Refund requests will be honored if received in writing by 15
days prior to scheduled start date. All refunds will be
subject to a processing fee of $25. Cancellations received
after the refund deadline, No shows are subject to the full
registration fees. Substitutions may be made by notifying the
conference registrar in writing or in person at the on-site
Additional Program Information Contact Us At:
Phone: (212) 233-0550 / Fax (212) 227-5102