IICL Exam preparatory courses

Containerised mode of transportation has brought with it, revolutionary changes, in the worldwide trade and transportation of goods.

Containerization has, among other benefits, mainly:

• reduced the transportation losses and/or damages to goods
• resulted in faster transportation of goods from origin to destination in a single large package form by multiple modes of transportation.
However, every year, an estimate of 10,000 containers worldwide, are damaged during different modes of transportation and handling.
This has resulted in a need to have an approved standard inspection, of all containers prior to being put in service and after each transportation.
IICL was established in 1971, as containerization was just emerging as a transportation system
IICL Container and Chassis Inspector's Certification Examinations are held once a year around the world in various test centers. The inspection examination program was developed by the IICL to further promote important industry wide matters of proper inspection, repair, maintenance and operational issues. The exam tests the students understanding of the technical aspects and the complexities of maintaining and operating various equipment types.
At AIS we offer training classes that can supplement the student's industry knowledge and assist in preparation for the IICL exams.
AIS has a group of committed maritime and shore professionals having several years of exposure in all aspects of the shipping industry.
Our aim is to provide excellent training to our candidates / Customers, by which they can gain knowledge, to appear for the container inspector’s certification exams conducted by IICL as well as carry out the inspections efficiently once they are certified.
Individuals who pass either of the IICL inspection examinations will have an industry-recognized level of competency. This competency can be used as a foundation for continuing their education process in the industry with the potential for them to move on to more specialized industry related issues. The certification is valid for five years after which an inspector must pass the examination to become re-certified.