Maritime

Ship Technology Basics

Training course providing knowledge about basic technical processes on board, giving an impression of the overall ship system.

Objectives

To gain knowledge about basic technical processes on board and an impression of the overall ship system.


Entrance regulations

Basic maritime knowledge

Who should attend:
Shipping Companies: Assistants (management, inspection, quality/ISM)
On Board Personnel: Nautical and Technical Officers, Engineers,
Yard: Management: Techn. Director (CTO), Manag. Director (CEO), Assistance;
Design: Design Manager, Engineers (Naval Architects,

Supplier (M&C): Management: Vice President, Techn. Director (CTO), Manag. Director (CEO), HR Manager, Assistance; Engineers: Engineers

Duration: 2 days


The module is directed at newly employed or laterally hired personnel in the maritime industry without prior technical knowledge. The functioning of combustion engines and other important components on board will be explained and presented in the context of ship operations.
In addition, an overview of loading operations, safety equipment as well as navigation and deck equipment will be provided. Practical case studies are used throughout.

The course focuses on:

  • Propulsion machinery
  • Auxiliary machinery
  • Cargo equipment and systems
  • Safety equipment
  • Navigational and deck equipment

Objectives

To gain knowledge about basic technical processes on board and an impression of the overall ship system.


Entrance regulations

Basic maritime knowledge

Who should attend:
Shipping Companies: Assistants (management, inspection, quality/ISM)
On Board Personnel: Nautical and Technical Officers, Engineers,
Yard: Management: Techn. Director (CTO), Manag. Director (CEO), Assistance;
Design: Design Manager, Engineers (Naval Architects,

Supplier (M&C): Management: Vice President, Techn. Director (CTO), Manag. Director (CEO), HR Manager, Assistance; Engineers: Engineers

Duration: 2 days


The module is directed at newly employed or laterally hired personnel in the maritime industry without prior technical knowledge. The functioning of combustion engines and other important components on board will be explained and presented in the context of ship operations.
In addition, an overview of loading operations, safety equipment as well as navigation and deck equipment will be provided. Practical case studies are used throughout.

The course focuses on:

  • Propulsion machinery
  • Auxiliary machinery
  • Cargo equipment and systems
  • Safety equipment
  • Navigational and deck equipment

Course dates and booking

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