1047 – Maritime Labour Convention (2006) – Ratings

Category: COMMON Code: 1047 Who should attend: Deck & Engine – Operational level Objectives and benefits: There has never been a comprehensive set of rules and regulations, setting out the standards for seafarers’ working and living conditions. Adopted by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) in 2006, the Maritime Labour Convention 2006 (MLC) is an international agreement that establishes these…

1065 – Food safety

Course category: Common Code: 1065 Who should attend: Any person, including temporary food handlers and contractors, who directly handles packaged or unpackaged food, food equipment and utensils or food contact surfaces and is therefore expected to comply with food hygiene requirements. These include crew members having responsibilities related to food storage or preparation, or to…

1064 – Housekeeping

Course category: Common Code: 1064 Who should attend: Crew members having responsibilities related to cleaning of areas, equipment, surfaces, furniture, laundry and other housekeeping activities Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this course is to properly prepare seafarers to carry out their duties on board a ship, by applying the housekeeping principles. Highlights: International legislative…

1063 – Health and Hygiene

Course category: Common Code: 1063 Who should attend: All crew (Operational & Management) Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this course is to properly prepare seafarers to carry out their duties on board ships, by applying the food safety principles. Highlights:  International legislative requirements and standards for health and hygiene  Control measures to prevent the…

1060 – Vessel’s Maintenance

Course category: Common Code: 1060 Who should attend: Vessel’s crew (Deck & Engine) Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this course is to provide guidance regarding Onboard maintenance. Highlights: Importance of Onboard Maintenance (OBM) Procedures followed during a vessel’s maintenance  Methods, tools and equipment used for OBM Legislation & References:  Industry Best Practices Duration: 2h

1029 – Train the trainer

Course category: Common Code: 1029 Who should attend: Maritime instructors and assessors who are responsible for conducting training and setting assessments Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this course is to prepare instructors and assessors in order to successfully train and assess seafarers in a wide spectrum of topics, according to the competencies set out…

1067 – Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Awareness Course based on IMO & WHO guidance

Course category: Common Code: 1067 Who should attend: All crew (Operational & Management) & shore personnel Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this training is to raise awareness regarding Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and provide the vessels’ crew with the necessary information & tips, to stay safe and to reduce the risk of transmission. References: WHO…

1062 – IMO 2020 Sulphur Cap

Course category: COMMON Code: 1062 Who should attend: Shore-based and shipboard personnel (Management and Operational) Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this course is to familiarize the course participant with all the aspects of the IMO 2020 Sulphur Cap Regulations and provide an in-depth knowledge about the upcoming maritime changes defined by IMO, which will be strictly implemented…

1030 – Presentation Skills

Course category: COMMON

Code: 1030

Who should attend: Maritime instructors and assessors who are responsible for conducting training and setting assessments

Objectives and Benefits: The aim of the course is to prepare instructors to improve their presentation and communication skills, in order to deliver effective presentations to various audiences.