In-House Courses

  • Environmental Management System Awareness

    Scope  This course provides theoretical and practical training. The theoretical part covers the following: Background of ISO 1400 and Environmental Management System Key definitions Components of EMS The practical part covers the following: Documentation requirements Preparations for EMS Audit Review actual EMS Audit Report…

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  • Ship Simulator & Bridge Teamwork with BTM refresher course

    Scope This course consists of theoretical and practical exercises performed on ship handling simulator, specifically TRANSAS NT-PRO 5000. The course will cover topics on: Review of basic principles Familiarization with the Bridge Standard maneuvers Wind and current effects Attitude Cultural awareness Briefing and Debriefing…

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  • Ship Vetting Inspection (Rating’s Program)

    Scope The course broadly covers the following aspects:   Brief history & background of Vetting inspections, Types of Vetting inspections and associated regulatory bodies. Parties involved in a vetting inspection, General order of inspection, associated preparations, Points to remember prior a vetting inspection /…

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  • Automatic Identification System (AIS)

    This course provides generic training in the use of AIS. It is designed for officers in charge of a navigational watch on ships that are fitted with such equipment. Its main aims are to increase navigational safety and security by giving instruction…

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  • Chart Correction / Voyage Planning (CC)

    The Chart Corrections / Voyage Planning Course provides trainees with knowledge, understanding and proficiency in appraising and planning ocean and coastal passages as required by SOLAS Chapter V, Regulation 34 and meeting the requirements for the minimum standards of competence for navigation as defined…

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  • Collision Regulations (COLREGS)

    The course provides refresher training and practical comprehensive guidance to Officers in Charge of Navigational Watch for the correct interpretation and competent application of Collision Regulations 1972, in line with the requirements of STCW 1978, as amended.

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  • Dangerous, Hazardous & Harmful Cargoes (HAZMAT)

    This course is intended for Seafaring personnel responsible for the handling of packaged dangerous hazardous and harmful cargoes (hereafter referred to as “dangerous goods”) aboard ships and includes, but is not limited to: classification, packaging, consignment procedures, loading and segregation.

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  • Shipboard International Safety Management Code (ISM) Course

    This course covers the amended ISM code, the resolutions that apply to the recognized organization, the provision of SOLAS, ISM certification process, the audit process and corrective action and its role in Safety Management.

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  • Prevention of Alcohol and Drug Abuse in the Maritime Sector (PADAMS w/ HIV)

    This course program is intended to increase awareness among seafarers on the nature and extent of alcohol and drug problems in the maritime sector particularly among officers and ratings on board and the preventive measure and policies to address such problems.

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  • Risk Assessment, Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis (RAM)

    This course is covers both proactive risk management approaches and reactive accident investigation techniques required for continuous improvement focusing on shipboard work organization.

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