C58: Marine Hull and Associated Liabilities—Part 1 (Marine Course)

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

This course is the first of two courses concerning marine hull and associated liability risks. You will review world shipping in outline, then study the different types of ship, their key characteristics, and their operations. You will study the legal environment of shipping, along with its implications for hull and protection and indemnity (P&I) insurance. You will consider the scope of marine, hull, liability, and related classes of insurance for ships, ports, and terminals and their practical application. And you will study the scope of P&I insurance and how it is provided.

Course Outline

• Main elements of marine hull and liability risk
• Legal environment for shipping
• Legal mechanisms that allocate risk
• Legal issues relating to carriage of goods and charterparties
• Marine Insurance Act1906

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

The following are the courses, by methodology, that are being offered by the institute.

Instructor Led

Name Location Start Date End Date Class Time Delivery Method  


Name Start Date End Date Method  
C58: Marine Hull and Associated Liabilities - Part 1 (Marine Course) 1/1/2024 3/31/2024 Independent Study