Her finner du alt av kurs og opplæring innen industriell shipping og maritimt miljø. Her finner du både nødvendig sertifisering for å manøvrere båter og skip av forskjellige art, samt nødvendige sikkerhetskurs for arbeid på sjøen.
Sertifikatet gir etter 12 måneders fartstid som sertifisert ansvarshavende vaktoffiser (styrmann) på bro rett til å føre yrkesbåter inntil 500 BT i Nord – og Østersjøfart.
VHF sertifikat får du hos Norsk Maritim Kveldsskole!
Et kurs over 12 timer(9 klokketimer)som omfatter:
Radioreglement & praktisk bruk av VHF.
Vi avholder også bedriftsinterne kurs. Ta kontakt for tilbud!
Vi tilbyr VHF / SRC-kurs. Etter fullført kurs skal deltakerne ha kompetanse for å gå opp til sertifiseringsprøve i VHF.
Vi tilbyr SRC / VHF-kurs. Kurset fører frem til eksamen for SRC / VHF sertifikat.
Vi tilbyr SRC / VHF Radiosertifikat. I de fleste stillinger offshore eller på båt må du vite hvordan du kommuniserer via det maritime radiosystemet (VHF). Da trenger du sertifikatet som dette kurset gir deg.
Vi tilbyr kurs i ADR / IMDG - vei og sjøtransport av farlig gods. Eleven skal kunne prinsippene for risiko, årsak og konsekvens av uhell med farlig gods.
Vi tilbyr VHF-kurs som går over 1 eller 2 dager.
Spar penger på kurs i bedriftens lokaler med Waypoint Maritime. ROC-kurs i henhold til forskrift om kvalifikasjoner og sertifikater for sjøfolk. Vi går nå bredt ut mot blant annet oppdrettsnæringen for å presentere vårt konsept hvor vi ønsker å tilby kurs hos deres bedrift eller i nærområdet.
Vi tilbyr VHF-kurs for bedrifter. Med VHF ombord er du helt sikker på at noen kan høre deg til alle døgnets tider, uansett hvor du befinner deg langs kysten. Ofte stoler man på mobiltelefoner, men du vil bli overrasket over hvor mange steder det ikke er dekning langs kysten.
This CBT covers aspects of an anchor handling operation undertaken by a vessel. Extensive use is made of video, recorded on an anchor handler during an operation to lay out an anchor.
In order to operate the auxiliary boiler plant at a safe and efficient way it is necessary to properly understand all the components in a steam system. Seagull has developed a CBT covering the auxiliary boiler plant, the control systems and safety precautions.
In this training programme you will be introduced to the principles and possibilities of a hydraulic system. The module will familiarise the users with the principles and the inner workings of the industries´ most common components.
One of the reasons why officers have problem giving feedback is that they don´t quite know what to say or how to say it. They find the situation awkward, particularly when they have to give critical feedback. As a result, problems are left unaddressed, and they often get even worse.
Corrosion protection and corrosion control are two important factors in working to reducing maintenance cost. From an economical and safety point of views, early detection of corrosion problems is of the utmost importance.
Corrosion Protection II is focused on the procedures involved in on-board maintenance, surface preparations as well as correct paint application procedures. In order to obtain a good end result it is important that these subjects are well understood.
The unique engaging and challenging Dangerous Goods Trainer is aimed for initial and recurrent training of Flight Crew involved in transportation of Dangerous Goods by air and in particular by helicopter.
The unique engaging and challenging Dangerous Goods Trainer is aimed for initial and recurrent training of Load Handling Personnel involved in transportation of Dangerous Goods by air and in particular by helicopter.
The unique engaging and challenging Dangerous Goods Trainer is aimed for initial and recurrent training of Security Staff involved in transportation of Dangerous Goods by air and in particular by helicopter.
Assisting in training needs for the more hazardous tasks involved in Offshore operations this module has been developed in consultation with offshore experts and also mandatory legislation and guidelines.
This training module is designed to train navigators in the practical use of the JRC ECDIS and satisfy the requirement for ‘Equipment Specific ECDIS Training’.
For personnel of various nationalities on board vessels, which do trade around the world, effective communication among themselves and between ship and shore is critically important.
This module gives a brief overview on the roles of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the International Labor Organization (ILO) with respect to maritime conventions.
This e-learning course will provide all necessary understanding and practical knowledge of how to operate the MARIS ECDIS900 system in a safe and efficient manner.
A modern marine electrical plant is a very complex system that demands trained personnel to ensure safe and economical operation. This CBT module will give understanding of basic principle of synchronous generators,and paralleling of generators, the main switchboard, and the power management system.
With Global warming, there has been an increased use of the Arctic region especially, by all elements of the maritime community: commercial, military, scientific and recreational. This has led to revised requirements for crew in STCW with amendments.
In an emergency situation the crewmembers must be familiar with the ships lifesaving equipment. They must be familiar with personal survival techniques and the equipment located in survival crafts.
Exercise benefits every part of the body, including the mind. This CBT module is intended to help seafarers improving their lifestyle while onboard. This is done by offering them pragmatic lifestyle advice and an easy to use physical training program appropriate to their onboard situation.
This CBT module will provide a sound introduction to the principles of assessment for ships’ officers and shipping company staff involved in the assessment of seafarers’ knowledge and competence.
Requirements for the recovery of persons from the water entered into force on 1 July, 2014, under SOLAS regulation III/17-1. This requires ship-specific plans and procedures for the recovery of persons from the water.
Stress is a normal part of life. We experience stress as we adapt to changes in our environment. Stress can either help or hinder us from dealing with different circumstances, but this depends on how we react to it and manage it.
The aim of the module is to give all those involved the knowledge required to enable them to manage an offshore vessel inspection, carried out in accordance with the Offshore Vessel Inspection Database (OVID).
This CBT covers working at height on an offshore vessel. It defines working at height and how to safely access high working places. The correct use of a waist belt safety harness and a full body safety harness, when attached to a fall restraint or a fall arrest system are described.