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  • To give an understanding of the theory of safe rig move and jacking operations for jack up’s and practice it with hands on in the simulator
    Location: Svendborg, Denmark
  • It includes awareness and familiarization on the principles of draught survey of the vessels and its operation.
    Location: Kherson, Ukraine
  • H.E.L.M. Human Element, Leadership and Management (incl. BRM)
    Location: Schnackenburgallee 149, 22525 Hamburg, GERMANY
  • AED training (Automated External Defibrillator)
    Location: Southampton, England
  • Every seafarer with designated security duties is required to fulfill the competencies of table A-VI/6-2.
    Location: Durres, Albania
  • This course is part of the essential training for all seafarers who wish to qualify for a Certificate of Competency. It covers basic as: Emergency procedures; Pollution prevention; Safe working practice; Human relationships; Personal survival techniques including abandonment; Fire prevention and Firefighting; Medical emergency. Based on STCW Convention and Code requirements Chapter VI.
    Location: Kherson, Ukraine
  • These courses will suit people looking to get into the superyacht industry
    Location: Southampton, England
  • This module follows the IMO course Model 1.20. The aim of this module is to provide the students with the necessary skills and training in fire prevention and fire fighting in accordance with Section A-VI/1 of the STCW codes. On completion, the students should be competent in understanding the need for fire prevention, the types of fires and in applying the appropriate basic fire fighting procedures and techniques.
    Location: Durres, Albania
  • This course is designed for deck officers to achieve overall safety in the entire different vessel’s cargo operation. It includes awareness and familiarization on the principles of draught survey of the vessels and its operation. Accuracy of calculation different kind of bulk cargoes for dry cargo vessels.
    Location: Kherson, Ukraine
  • Crisis Management & Human Behaviour Training STCW 2010 (Reg. V/2, PAR. 6, SECTION A-V/2.3)
    Location: Enkhuizen, The Netherlands
  • This course provides training in the basic theory and use of Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) for those who will be in charge of navigational watch on vessels equipped with ECDIS. The training comprises of all safety-relevant aspects. For this reason it aims beyond the use of operational controls
    Location: Durres, Albania
  • Introduction to Ice Navigation
    Location: Online
  • Velocity is one of the most important parameter that can be derived from the seismic data. Velocity values are indicative for layer identification and thus convey rock properties. Moreover, velocities relate the seismic measurements that are in (two-way) traveltime to the end product of seismic data processing, i.e. the depth picture of the subsurface that can be obtained via migration or seismic imaging. New developments in acquisition geometries enable the determination of velocities with greater accuracy and also require to take into account anisotropy.
    Location: London, UK
  • This course has been designed to meet the requirements of STCW and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model Course 2.03.
    Location: Durres, Albania
  • This AEC course is the required qualification should you wish to become second engineer on a boat
    Location: Southampton, England
  • The professional Maritime Security Operator should be a specialist proficient in all areas required to operate within a Maritime Security Team, therefore ESS&SA (SA) Training Centre has developed a Maritime Firearm Competency course specifically for potential or existing Privately Contracted Armed Security Personnel (PCASP) in the Maritime Security Industry.
    Location: Durban, South Africa
  • A trainee successfully completing this course will be able to use Radar and ARPA for his navigational watch. Those who successfully complete this course should be able to demonstrate sufficient knowledge, skill and understanding of Radar and ARPA navigation and to undertake the duties of a navigational watch officer defined by STCW Code, as amended.
    Location: Latvia, Riga
  • The Nautical Institute approved training course. Training is a mix of theoretical sessions and practical exercises on Kongsberg DP simulators.
    Location: Odessa, Ukraine

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