C57: Cargo and Goods in Transit Insurances (Marine course)

Please note that the final examination for this course is a computer-based exam.

This course deals with the insurance of goods in transit from consignor to consignee anywhere in the world. You will study cargo insurance, including the main internationally recognized London marine clauses, as well as those clauses designed for specific types of goods. You will study goods in transit insurance, covering the legal liabilities of bailees. You will also review some of the goods typically traded throughout the world and the risks to them. Finally, you will study the claims considerations and practices for both cargo and goods in transit insurance.

Course Outline

• Business environment
• Legal environment: carriage of goods by sea, road and rail
• Scope of cover: marine cargo insurance; haulage contractor's liability
• Risk profiles of typically traded goods
• Further aspects of Risk
• Claims

Texts are supplied by the Chartered Insurance Institute in the United Kingdom, and accompanied by a Canadian commentary.

The format for the Marine examinations differs from the format of examinations for other CIP courses. View descriptions of the exam formats .

Before enrolling in this course, please review this important information about changes to the marine curriculum. 

Course Offerings

Distance Learning

Name Start Date End Date Method  
C57: Cargo and Goods in Transit Insurances 9/1/2018 12/3/2018 Independent Study


In-Class and Virtual Learning

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