About School of Shipping
School of Shipping provides certified training in Freight Forwarding and Customs Compliance, Freight Handling and Supply Chain Management. School of Shipping offers quality, affordable adult tuition in maritime studies specifically relating to International Trade. Our Accredited Courses have been developed according to the rigorous demands of the South African Transport Education and Training Authority (TETA). School of Shipping is also a member of the South African Association of Freight Forwarders (SAAFF). School of Shipping is accredited with the DHET. We adhere to the highest standard of business practice and strive to help our students become educated shipping and freight professionals.
We are well known in the industry for only using the most dynamic trainers who are Subject Matter Experts (SME) with many years’ experience and we strive to offer the most up to date training material available to the industry. We update our material according to changes in legislation and strive for annual audits of our material. Our Quality Management System (QMS) is of an extremely high quality to which our staff are committed. TETA and the QCTO do regular annual audits at School of Shipping premises. In the interest of our clients, it is important to note that Government has at last acknowledged the role played by training providers such as School of Shipping in conjunction with their SETA (TETA) and we have tailored our training to suit the needs of our customers.
School of Shipping is a Nationally Accredited Training Provider and our accreditation may be substantiated by contacting TETA through their website at www.teta.org.za
School of Shipping TETA Accreditation Number: TETA 04-116. B-BBEE Contributor : Level 4.
Our Carbon Footprint Policy
Your carbon footprint is the direct effect your actions and lifestyle have on the environment in terms of carbon dioxide emissions. Probably the biggest contributors to your footprint are your travel needs, and your electricity demands at home. However, all your actions have a direct or indirect impact, including your diet, and the clothes you wear. We know cars, buses, ships and aeroplanes burn fuel, public transport may use petrol, diesel or electricity and your home uses a significant portion of your personal electricity needs that generally comes from fossil fuel burning power plants. All these actions contribute to accelerating global warming and climate change. What is School of Shipping doing to educate learners about helping reduce carbon emissions. What about saving water, trees and recycling? All employees at School of Shipping know and understand the importance of recycling. We re-use paper, keep wall plugs switched off and unplugged when not in use and cut down on wastage. We minimise the use of paper cups. Learners are shown a DVD on the importance of saving our planet and the protection of our environment. The DVD is locally produced and aligned to a Unit Standard.