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Designed for seafarers seeking to enhance their skills and knowledge in the maritime industry. These comprehensive courses cover a range of topics, including navigation, safety protocols, emergency procedures, and industry regulations.
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The mooring and unmooring of vessels is an integral part of life onboard. Mooring is one of the first operations you do when the ship leaves or arrives at a port. It is also one of the most complex and dangerous activities onboard and can have serious consequences if things go wrong. Mooring, towing, and anchoring can put a lot of strain on lines and equipment because of the high forces involved. The importance of proper knowledge and understanding of such operations by the crew will avoid accidents and casualties.

Deck Operations
1 hour and 6 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

Working on a ship is a hazardous occupation, to which you are exposed as soon as you step onboard. It is necessary to understand the hazards, as well as equipment and procedures, to avoid the risks. There are several types of equipment onboard a ship involving safety hazards. Everyone onboard must be aware of likely dangers concerning this equipment.

Personal Safety
2 hours and 36 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

Lifeboats are key pieces of safety equipment that are mandatory under the SOLAS regulations. They must be carefully maintained and all onboard need to be sure of how to operate them in an emergency.

Life Saving Appliances
1 hour and 18 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

Lighthouses, buoys and navigational aids are indispensable to the mariner; however, they are only as useful as the ability of the mariner to read them. Apart from being able to read and understand the different marks, one must also appreciate the limitations of such marks, to make a full appraisal and a complete risk assessment during all stages of voyage planning.

Navigation
1 hour and 48 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

Covid-19 has been a major negative stress factor for crew and shipping organisations. The seafarer is one of the most exposed working groups to mental illness, as onboard life can be isolated, have long working hours, unhealthy food habits, give less qualitative sleep and entail stressful situations. Mental health has for a long time been stigmatised and shameful. The truth is that this is as much real as our physical health and actually these two are connected in several ways! It is time to skip the shame and bring mental health to the table.

Health and Wellbeing
1 hour and 4 minutes
Avg. rating 4.7

This is an introductory course for anyone who will work in archipelago traffic. In this course, you will learn the theoretical basics of maritime safety.

Personal Safety
59 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

Enclosed Space Entry is one of the leading causes of casualties within the Shipping Industry. This keeps happening due to poor training and poor knowledge or disregard of the Procedures that should be followed. Every crew member should be knowledgeable, able and willing to carry out an Enclosed Space Entry in a safe manner. Various documentations onboard assist the crew to follow the correct procedures and ensure that all steps are covered, and nothing is missed prior to entry.

This course strives to explain the risks, procedures and contingencies related to enclosed space entry.

Deck Operations
2 hours and 44 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

In this course, you will learn more about what could happen if you do not pay attention to your surrounding. This accident could happen on your ship if you do not make sure to keep a distance and be careful. Some day-to-day routines might seem harmless, but they could quickly go wrong. Be careful!

Deck Operations
8 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

This course covers the MARPOL regulations for Annex 1 as well as the means of compliance onboard ships with these regulations.

Environment and Sustainability
26 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

Harbour tugs are fascinating, adventurous and complex. A tugboat Captain must know the theory surrounding these vessels and even more, must have the ability to shape it with his own experience in the environment in which he works. Considering the numerous variables he must adapt everything to the style of manoeuvre of the pilot on duty. Not everyone can stand out in this work. The Port Tug Course deals with important topics; 'we propose the theory necessary for practice'.

Ship Handling and Manoeuvring
1 hour and 55 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

Piracy and armed robbery threats against ships are among the modern-day challenges found within the maritime industry. These threats are dynamic and recent threats have been noted especially off the West African coast. These attacks keep reminding the industry about the violence of such actions and the extreme hazards faced by those onboard including the dangers of loss of life. Therefore, it is of utmost importance for crew and shipmasters to know the reporting systems and assistance in place and understand the procedures to be followed to avoid such threats.

Security
1 hour and 44 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

Safe Manual Handling is critical in the workplace in order to reduce injury as much as possible. In this course, we cover in detail why manual handling is so important and how to achieve this safely within the workplace. We will cover all vital aspects including how to properly assess manual handling requirements and team capability.

Personal Safety
1 hour and 8 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5