September 25, 2023

Memphis, Tennessee

IAMPE - Inland Maritime Port Manager / Inland Maritime Port Executive Course

Further your career as a port professional with educational and networking benefits gained from attending the Inland Maritime Port Manager / Inland Maritime Port Executive (IMPM/IMPE) hosted by The University of Memphis. The course will be held from September 25 to September 29 at The University of Memphis. Tuition for the course is $2,700.00, and partner discounts may apply. 

The IAMPE program provides a professional certification as well as post-graduate academic credit provided by Maine Maritime Academy, Massachusetts Maritime Academy, the State University of New York Maritime College, Texas Southern University, The University of Memphis, and the Australian Maritime College. Over 2,500 professionals from all over the globe have been trained including port and terminal managers, US Coast Guard personnel, military personnel, merchant mariners, and government agency personnel from the United States, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Bonaire, Brazil, and Nigeria.

The IAMPE has port and industry association partners throughout North America, including the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA); Inland Rivers, Ports & Terminals (IRPT); Greater Houston Port Bureau; the Maritime Associations of South Carolina; the Maritime Exchange of the Delaware River and Bay; the North Atlantic Ports Association (NAPA); the National Association of Waterfront Employers (NAWE); and the Alaska Association of Harbormasters and Port Administrators (AAHPA). In addition, the IAMPE has over two dozen Educational Partner Ports, who have hosted our programs.

The IAMPE offers Terminal Management, Executive, and Continuing Education programs for coastal and inland port professionals at every stage of their careers. The IAMPE program provides industry-recognized certification accredited by a board of 20 port executives and education professionals from across North America.


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