The background for developing this e-learning module is the implementation of the International Convention for the Control and Management of Ship’s Ballast Water and Sediments.
This module shows ship staff how to recognise the significance of the costs and affects of bunker fraud, and how to detect fraudulent practice in bunkering operations.
The COLREG e-learning covers regulations according to the “Rules of the road” which applies to all seagoing vessels.The module presents COLREG and give a visual presentation of the various rules.
Highlighting the dangers of collisions between vessels at sea, this e-learning module discusses the importance of critical topics that still cause many accidents worldwide.
In response to the collisions that continue to occur between vessels at sea, this e-learning module has been developed to improve seafarer knowledge of “Rule of the Road”.
The goals of our e-learning modules are to enhance the competence requirements of STCW and to improve best industry practice when it comes to leadership and management training.
The aim of the module is to give all personnel working on the deck of an anchor handling vessel, the knowledge necessary to appreciate the hazards concerned and the actions required to allow them to work safely at all times.
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 module will provide crewmembers with a better understanding of orders and communication with others and will contribute to good human relationships on board a ship.
The CBT module provides an “easy to follow” understanding of the IMSBC Code and illustrates the dangers of noncompliance with a series of case studies of actual accidents/incidents which have occurred within the industry recently.
As part of our ongoing modules for the offshore industry, this is a very important safety introduction to what people should know and be prepared for on their first visit onboard.
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.
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 training program is designed to assist the seafarer in preventing a piracy or armed robbery attack, managing a situation where pirates or armed robbers gain access to the vessel and understanding how to react if pirates do actually seize control of the ship.
This module prepares personnel to protect a vessel from pirate or armed robber attack, including the defence measures that can be taken on a vessel and sources of information to assist a crew.
This e-learning module is part of a training package which includes modules giving detailed coverage of the requirements for onboard assessment of competence and for writing assessment questions for testing seafarers’ knowledge. The package also includes a work book.
Training course in VOC abatement
Training in accordance with the 1999 Protocol to abate Acidification, Eutrophication and Ground-level Ozone (SO2, NOx, NH3 and VOC).