Ship Handling

Acquire skills and techniques for precise navigation and maneouvering of vessels, ensuring safe and effective ship handling in diverse conditions.
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BRM is: To change an attitude and create a culture. Implementing BRM always means a change of culture and attitude. Conflict will inevitably follow during that work. As a rule of thumb, you can say that with regards to an implementation of a change in a workplace, out of ten people, two are strongly against it, two are strongly for and six will accept it with the right argumentation.

Human Resource
2 hours and 37 minutes
Avg. rating 4.4

Bridge Resource Management is a critical tool for the officer of the watch in order to maintain a safe navigational watch. BRM is the process to use all of the means available to you during critical operations taking into account not only electronic aids to navigation but also any other data provided during the watch and most importantly teamwork.

Human Resource
1 hour and 10 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

The International Load Line Regulations require vessels to sail in a safe condition, taking into account transverse and longitudinal stability. Ships officers should be able to determine the initial sailing condition of a vessel to ensure it complies as well as calculate the effects on transverse and longitudinal stability from moving weights on, off and around the vessel.

Stability
35 minutes
Avg. rating 4.4

Ballast Water Record Book (BWRB) training is an essential component for maritime personnel involved in the operation and management of ships. This training is designed to familiarise individuals with the proper procedures and protocols outlined in the Ballast Water Management (BWM) Convention regarding the recording of ballast water-related activities.

Regulations and Policies
19 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

The manoeuvre through the eyes of the harbour pilot. What does he see from the bridge, and what are his arguments. It is the first step that the trainee pilot takes during his study path.

Ship Handling and Manoeuvring
14 minutes
Avg. rating 4.3

Ships earn money by carrying cargo between ports; more cargo means more money.

How much cargo can a ship carry? Well, that depends on her Loadline.

Stability
14 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

This course is based on the IMO requirements for radar at the operational level. It provides a comprehensive introduction to radar for watch officers.

Navigation
7 hours and 53 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

In this course, you will learn about ‘Engine Room Flooding’ and be introduced to a generic Engine Room Emergency procedure, which will expand your knowledge and help you connect with an actual ‘Engine Room Flooding’ on board.

Emergency Procedures
35 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

Route planning and optimisation involve juggling safety, efficiency, navigation, costs, port rotation, ETAs, speed ranges and additional constraints, such as seakeeping. For ship captains, this is a complex challenge that requires the aid of a decision-supporting tool to give them confidence in their decisions and support execution. We developed SPOS (Ship Performance Optimisation System) to address these challenges.

Meteorology
1 hour and 19 minutes
Avg. rating 4.2

Modern ship construction uses complex methods of strengthening based upon framing systems. There are two main systems of framing, longitudinal and transverse.

Stability
13 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

This course will introduce, explain and then teach you how to begin learning the International Regulations for Prevention of Collisions at Sea (Rules of the Road).

Navigation
3 hours and 23 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

This course will cover Part B of the Collision Regulations as per the Convention on the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1972 (COLREGs). It will also cover COLREGS from a USCG (US Coast Guard) perspective.

Navigation
2 hours and 42 minutes
Avg. rating 4.7