S001 – Bridge Resource Management / Bridge Team Management

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DNV GL Certification

Description:
  • review of basic principals
  • familiarization with the bridge
  • standard manoeuvres
  • wind and current effects
  • attitude
  • cultural awareness
  • briefing and debriefing
  • challenge and response
  • shallow-water effects
  • bank, channel and interaction effects
  • planning
  • authority
  • management on the bridge
  • workload and stress
  • human factor in error
  • decision making
  • planning and carrying out a voyage in normal and emergency situation

S003 – Ship Handling / Bridge Team Management

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Description:
  • manoeuvreabilities of large bulkcarriers / tankers / cruise vessels
  • bank effects, squat
  • anchor manoeuvre on an ordered position
  • berthing, un-berthing manoeuvres with pilot assistance
  • river navigation with pilot assistance

S004 – Ship Handling ULCC up to 400m Length

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Description:
  • review of basic principals
  • manoeuvreabilities of large container vessels up to 400m length
  • bank effects, squat
  • anchor manoeuvre on an ordered position
  • berthing, un-berthing manoeuvres
  • navigation in restricted waters
  • person over board

S005 – Ship Handling for Cruise Vessels

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Description:
  • manoeuvreabilities of cruise vessels
  • bank effects, squat
  • anchor manoeuvre on an ordered position
  • berthing, un-berthing manoeuvres with pilot assistance
  • river navigation with pilot assistance
  • manoevering with pods

S006 – Ship Handling for Yachts

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Description:
  • manoeuvreabilities of yachts
  • bank effects, squat
  • anchor manoeuvre on an ordered position
  • berthing, un-berthing manoeuvres with pilot assistance
  • river navigation with pilot assistance
  • manoevering with pods

S007 – Ship Handling for Pilots

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Description:
  • manoeuvreabilities of large container vessels, cruise vessels or bulkcarriers / tankers
  • bank effects, squat
  • anchor manoeuvre on an ordered position
  • berthing, un-berthing manoeuvres with pilot assistance
  • river navigation with pilot assistance
  • manoevering with pods
  • manoevering with tug assistance

S008 – Introduction to STS Operations (Ship to Ship transfer)

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Description:
This course provides training for masters and officers with responsibility for STS operations.
A modern shiphandling Simulator will be used.

S009 – Workshop Pilot/Master Relationship

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Description:
The purpose of this workshop is to improve the ability to assess particular Situations and to conduct an exchange of information with the Master and/or Officer in charge of navigational watch. Maintaining an effective working relationship between the pilot and the bridge team in both routine and emergency conditions.

S010 – COLREG Training, Navigation and Watchkeeping Training

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The course provides refresher training and practical comprehensive guidances as weil as simulations to officers in charge of navigational watch for the correct interpretations and competent applicaton of collision regulations 1972, in line with the requirements of STCW 1978 as amended

S015 – Manouvring with POD Propulsion for Pilots

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Description:
  • manoeuvreabilities ships with POD propulsion
  • manoeuvring in narrow waters
  • berthing, un-berthing manoeuvres with or without pilot assistance
  • river navigation with pilot assistance
  • ship‘s hull integrity

S016 – Manoeuvring with POD Propulsion

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Description:
  • manoeuvreabilities ships with POD propulsion
  • manoeuvring in narrow waters
  • berthing, un-berthing manoeuvres with or without pilot assistance
  • river navigation with pilot assistance
  • ship‘s hull integrity

S024 – Manoeuvring with Tugs

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Description:
  • review of basic principals
  • This course is primarily simulator based, with classroom elements
  • Types of tugs and propulsion
  • Towing equipment types
  • Towing strategies, various methods of use
  • Pivoting point theory, effect of fore and aft tug
  • Necessary bollard pull, number of tugs, induction of forces into the ship‘s hull
  • Dangers, ship/tug interaction, considerations for safe manoeuvring with tugs
  • Special manoeuvres: ice, escorting
  • Ship/tug communication