EU Institutions and Maritime Law
This course has been designed in order to meet the following learning outcomes:
■ description of the EU institutional setting;
■ understanding the EU legislative process;
■ defining the areas covered by the EU maritime legislation;
■ understanding the interaction between EU and international maritime legislation;
■ understanding the general content, scope and objective of existing pieces of EU maritime legislation;
■ naming the tasks of European Maritime Safety Agency;
■ understanding the use of tools and services offered by EMSA in order to facilitate the implementation of the relevant EU legislation.
The course has a total duration of 7 non-consecutive weeks with an average time commitment of about 2 hours per day (Monday to Friday) in total. Monday to Thursday there are online presentations and Friday a quiz and questions & answers session.
As part of the projects for technical assistance funded by the European Commission, EMSA offers cooperation and assistance in the fields of maritime safety and security, prevention of pollution from ships and marine environmental issues to:
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