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Asynchronous Online Training Courses

By using "Moodle" e-Learning platform and in collaboration with one of the pioneer e-Learning centers of the maritime training industry we are able to provide a number of asynchronous online training courses for your crew. For information and prices please call us.

  Code Course
1 1005 Ship Safety Officer
2 1031 Port State Control: Raising Awareness
3 1033 Port State Control: AMSA & USCG
4 1043 Behavior Based Safety
5 1062 IMO Sulphur Cap
6 4016 Ballast Water Management Legislation
7 7022 Cyber Security
8 1001 Ship's Garbage Management Plan and Garbage Record Book
9 1007 Onboard Ship Assessment
10 1018 Recovery of persons from water
11 1027 Emergency first aid
12 1028 Medical first aid: Accidents and treatment
13 1046 Use of PPE
14 1067 Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19): Awareness course based on IMO & WHO Guidance
 
Ship Safety Officer

Who should attend: Existing and prospective Safety Officers

Objectives and benefits: Under the International Safety Management (ISM) code, every ship must appoint a Ship Safety Officer (SSO) who has the knowledge, experience, and skills to look over the important safety issues related to ship safety and crew’s well-being.

Highlights

  • Understand requirements of the International Management System (ISM).
  • Apply the requirements of Safety Management System on board a ship (SMS).
  • Organize safe operations on board a ship and prevention of pollution.
  • Apply the methods of conducting additional training on board a ship for safety and environmental protection.
  • Safety investigation of Casualties & Incidents.

Legislation & References:

  • STCW-78, as amended
  • STCW Code, as amended
  • SOLAS-74, as amended
  • MARPOL 73/78, as amended
  • ILO-Maritime Labour Convention 2006 (MLC)
  • IMO ISM Code
  • UKMCA “Code of Safe Working Practices For Merchant Seamen”
  • OCIMF
  • TMSA Elements 9
  • IMO Model Course 3.11

Duration: 5h

 
Port State Control: Raising awareness
Who should attend: Deck Operational and support, Engine Operational and support

Objectives and Benefits:The aim of this course is to provide sea going personnel (Operational) with the required information in order to prepare and respond effectively and properly to Port State Control inspections.

Highlights

  • The role of Port State Control
  • The responsibilities of Port State Control Officers
  • Regional Memoranda of Understanding, AMSA, USCG
  • New Inspection Regime (NIR) and the inspection process
  • Port State Control inspection process
  • Deficiencies and consequences of an inspection
  • Major areas of concern of PSC inspections and Best Practices

Legislation & References:

  • IMO Resolution A.787(19), as amended by Resolution A.882(21)
  • IMO Model Course 3.09

Duration: 4h

 
Port State Control: AMSA & USCG
Who should attend: Deck Operational and support, Engine Operational and support, Deck Μanagement and support, Engine Management and support

Objectives and Benefits:The aim of this course is to provide sea going personnel (Management and Operational) with the required information in order to prepare and respond effectively to inspections conducted in Australia and the United States.

Highlights

  • The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA)
  • The United States Coast Guard (USCG)
  • The Australian Maritime Safety Authority’s (AMSA) inspection process
  • The Australian Maritime Safety Authority: Deficiencies and consequences
  • The United States Coast Guard’s (USCG) inspection process
  • The United States Coast Guard: Deficiencies and consequences

Legislation & References:

  • IMO Resolution A.787(19), as amended by Resolution A.882(21)
  • IMO Model Course 3.09

Duration: 4h

 
Behavior Based Safety
Who should attend: Shore-based and shipboard personnel (Management and Operational)

Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this course is to enhance participants understanding of the fundamentals of Behavior-Based Safety (BBS) and to provide solid information regarding the effective implementation of BBS programs.

Highlights

  • Why BBS?
  • Factors that led to BBS
  • Safety Management System (SMS)
  • Significance of BBS
  • Fundamentals of BBS
  • Safety Performance and Safety Culture
  • At Risk Behaviors and types of accidents
  • “Swiss Cheese” Model
  • Implementing BBS
  • Sustaining BBS programs

Legislation & References:

  • Industry Best Practices and Standards

Duration: 4h

 
IMO Sulphur Cap
Who should attend: Shore-based and shipboard personnel (Management and Operational)
Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this course is to familiarize the course participant with all the aspects of the IMO 2020 Sulphur Cap Regulations and provide an in-depth knowledge about the upcoming maritime changes defined by IMO, which will be strictly implemented on January 1st, 2020.
 
Legislation & References:
  • MEPC.1/Circ.878: Guidance on the development of the Ship Implementation Plan
  • MEPC.320(74): 2019 Guidelines for Consistent Implementation of the 0.50% m/m sulphur limit under MARPOL Annex V
  • MEPC.321(74): 2019 Guidelines for PSC under MARPOL Annex VI
  • Guidelines for Onboard Sampling for the Verification of the Sulphur Content of the Fuel Oil Used on Board Ships
  • MEPC.1/Circ.881: Guidance for PSC on contingency measures for addressing non-compliant fuel oil.
  • MEPC.1/Circ.883: Guidance on indication of ongoing compliance in the case of the failure of a single monitoring instrument, and recommended actions to take if the Exhaust Gas Cleaning System (EGCS) fails to meet the provisions of the 2015 EGCS Guidelines (MEPC.259(68))
  • MEPC.1/Circ.884: Best Practice for Member/Coastal States to assist their duties under MARPOL Annex VI.
  • MEPC.1/Circ.875: Best Practice for Fuel Oil Purchasers/Users.
  • ISO PAS 23263 – Petroleum products — Fuels (class F) — Considerations for fuel suppliers and users regarding marine fuel quality in view of the implementation of maximum 0,50 % sulfur in 2020.

Duration: 4,5h

 
Ballast Water Management Legislation
Who should attend: All crew (Operational & Management)

Objectives and Benefits:The aim of this course is to provide awareness of the Articles and Regulations of the Ballast Water Management Convention, the Guidelines accompanying the Convention, BWMP development, implementation and operation, BWRB keeping, the USCG Ballast water program and the EPA compliance.

Highlights

  • Articles and Regulations of the Ballast Water Management Convention;
  • Guidelines of the Convention;
  • Ballast Water Management (BWM) Documentation & Certification;
  • Ballast Water Management Plan development, implementation and operation;
  • Ballast Water Record Book keeping;
  • USCG Ballast water program;
  • EPA compliance;
  • Consequences of untreated Ballast Water for the environment and vessels.

Legislation & References:

  • International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships’ Ballast Water and Sediments (BWM)
  • USCG Ballast water program
  • EPA compliance

Duration: 2.5h

 
Cyber Security
Who should attend: All company’s employees

Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this course is to raise the awareness and train all the Companies’ personnel concerning Cyber Security.

Highlights

  • Types of information
  • Stages of cyber attack
  • Mitigation measures to avoid cyber attacks

Legislation & References:

  • ISO 27001
  • ISO 27005

Duration: 5h


Ship's Garbage Management Plan and Garbage Record Book

Who should attend: Masters and officers on all types of ships over 100 gross tonnage and/or certified to carry 15 or more persons.

Objectives and Benefits: Upon the completion of the course, the participants will have a thorough knowledge of the regulations of Annex V of MARPOL and be able to identify opportunities for further improving the current garbage management plan and implement actions that can easily ensure compliance and an environmentally sound waste management in harmony with the established environmental standards of the company.

Legislation & References:

  • MARPOL 73/78, as amended, Annex V

Duration: 5h


Onboard Ship Assessment

Who should attend:  Managers, Superintendents, Recruitment Service Providers and Senior ship staff, directly involved in assessing seafarer competence while conducting appraisals, recruitment and monitoring of seafarer progress of performance for continual improvement. It is recommended that participants should have previously completed the IMO Model Course 6.09 “Training for Instructors”.

Objectives and Benefits: This course is intended to provide participants with the qualification for assessing seafarer level of competence in accordance with international provisions as well as selecting and organizing assessment methodologies. The course is based on key topics of IMO Model Courses 1.30 “On board Assessment” and 3.12 “Assessment, Examination & Certification of Seafarers”, STCW Regulation I/6, A-I/6 and is interactive.

Highlights:

  • International provisions for conducting seafarer assessments
  • Assessment techniques
  • Identification of performance standards
  • Assessment of knowledge, skills and abilities
  • Measurement of progress of performance
  • Favorable and unfavorable conditions for assessment
  • Use of feedback for performance improvement
  • Steps for Conducting Assessment of Competence

Legislation & References:

  • Designated Person Ashore guidance (element 4)
  • Tanker Management and Self-Assessment standard (elements 3, 9, 10, 11 and 12)
  • The Royal Institution of Naval Architects and the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology for Continuing Professional Development

Duration: 5h

This course satisfies the requirements for elements 4 of the Designated Person Ashore guidance.
This course satisfies the requirements for elements 3,910,11 and 12 of the Tanker Management and Self-Assessment standard.
This course satisfies the requirements of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects and the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology for Continuing Professional Development.


Recovery of persons from water

Who should attend: All crew (Operational & Management)

Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this course is to provide guidance to the Master and the crew of a vessel regarding the plan and procedures for recovering persons from the water and to make them familiar with cold water survival techniques.

Highlights

  • Content and structure of the plan for recovery operations
  • Regulations for the recovery of persons from the water
  • Basic phases of a recovery operation
  • Impact of cold water immersion on the human body
  • Cold water survival techniques
  • First aid treatment procedures for cold water victims

Legislation & References:

  • SOLAS Regulation III/ 17-1
  • IMO MSC.1/ Circ 1447
  • IMO MSC.1/ Circ. 1182/ REV.1
  • IMO MSC.1/ Circ. 1185/ REV.1

Duration: 3,5h


Emergency first aid

Who should attend: All crew (Deck & Engine)

Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this course is to provide all crew members with basic information about emergency first aid procedures, such as Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), the use of Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) and the treatment of victims of choking, bleeding and shock.

Highlights

  • Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Automatic External Defibrillators (AED)
  • First aid in emergency cases of choking, bleeding and shock

Legislation & References:

  • STCW-78, as amended (Regulation VI/4 para.1), Code of STCW, as amended (Section A-VI/4 para.1,2,3; Table A-VI/4-1)
  • International Medical Guide for Ships 9IMGS), as amended
  • Medical First Aid Guide for use in Accidents Involving Dangerous Goods (MFAG), as amended
  • IMO Model Course 1.14

Duration: 6h


Medical first aid: Accidents and treatment

Who should attend: All crew (Deck & Engine)

Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this course is to provide all crew members with basic information for treating patients with common injuries, as well as patients after serious accidents.

Highlights

  • Common injuries
  • Common dangers
  • Correct treatment actions after a serious accident

Legislation & References:

  • STCW-78, as amended (Regulation VI/4 para.1), Code of STCW, as amended (Section A-VI/4 para.1,2,3; Table A-VI/4-1)
  • International Medical Guide for Ships 9IMGS), as amended
  • Medical First Aid Guide for use in Accidents Involving Dangerous Goods (MFAG), as amended
  • IMO Model Course 1.14

Duration: 4h


Use of PPE

Who should attend: Ship and shore-based staff

Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this course is to provide guidance to participants with regards to the selection of the suitable PPE and to enhance their understanding concerning the best use and maintenance of the equipment.

Highlights

  • Responsibilities (Personal responsibilities and duties, Qualified persons’ & Company’s responsibilities)
  • Everyday PPE (Categories, Types of equipment & areas requiring specific PPE)
  • Occasional PPE (Categories, Types of equipment & areas requiring specific PPE)
  • Guidance for using PPE when working

Legislation & References:

  • MCA Code of Safe Working Practices for Merchant Seafarers
  • SOLAS

Duration: 4h


Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19): Awareness course based on IMO & WHO Guidance

Who should attend: All crew (Operational & Management) & shore personnel

Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this training is to raise awareness regarding Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and provide the vessels’ crew with the necessary information & tips, to stay safe and to reduce the risk of transmission.

References: WHO and IMO guidelines regarding Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

Duration: 1h

Languages: English