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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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This course is the first of many courses on the conjoined topic of both meteorology and sailing; it is a course based on Basic Marine Weather Training to show how marine meteorology is beneficial to all seafarers.

15 minutes
Avg. rating 4.3

This course deals with meteorological navigation in terms of atmospheric circulation and pressure changes which influence the winds and the sea state.

32 minutes
Avg. rating 4.4

When the vessel is loading cargo, it is important to not only load the maximum amount but also to comply with the provisions of the International Convention on Load Lines - 1966. Failing to comply with the provisions of the convention can lead to huge fines for the ship and also cause unnecessary delays. (This course will teach ship officers how to correctly use the load lines to ensure the maximum cargo is loaded onto the ship in compliance with the convention.)

Deck Operations
31 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

This course is intended to provide the knowledge needed to act as a Safety Officer onboard. As a Safety Officer, you are responsible for inspections and overseeing the safety of procedures & equipment.

Risk Management
1 hour and 19 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

This course gives an introduction to IMO requirements for an INS (Integrated Navigation System), and specifically the RAVEN INS by Norwegian Electric Systems.

39 minutes
Avg. rating 4.8

A good captain must be able to handle his ship, using his knowledge base from previous experiences on his vessel and the different weather conditions he has sailed in throughout his career. There will always be variables that he will need to consider, evaluate and then adapt to suit the current situation to ensure a successful outcome. The weather can be adverse, but we can use it for the best manoeuvring result. Knowing the foundational basics is the best starting point.

Ship Handling and Manoeuvring
2 hours and 6 minutes
Avg. rating 4.1

The purpose of a shipboard incinerator is to provide a facility designed to incinerate wastes or other matter on board generated during the normal operation of the ship. Incinerators are predominantly designed for intermittent operation and comply with the latest IMO regulations.

27 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

A ship-to-ship transfer occurs when cargo such as oil or gas is transferred from one ship to another. Oil tankers and gas carriers keep growing bigger and bigger, and for economic reasons or due to draft restrictions, sometimes these vessels do not go alongside in port but instead do an STS transfer. Unfortunately, this comes with the risk of causing pollution or fire accidents in the case of cargo leakage into the open sea. Extreme coordination, proper equipment, and approval for the performance of such operations are required, hence the importance of proper training.

Deck Operations
2 hours and 53 minutes
Avg. rating 4.4

This is a short guide on self-inspecting the Ship’s Hospital. Courses from Navguide Solutions will help you learn on-job skills and improve your results in third-party Inspections, such as Port State, SIRE, Rightship, Audits, etc. They will also assist you in getting ready for promotions and becoming a thorough professional. This course does not cover details of documentation.

10 minutes
Avg. rating 4.3

Port State Control (PSC) is an inspection of a foreign ship in national ports carried out to verify that the condition of the specific ship and its equipment comply with the various requirements of international regulations. Additionally, it ensures that a ship is manned and operated in compliance with all these instruments and guarantees that maritime safety, security and environment are protected.

48 minutes
Avg. rating 4.4

This course will cover the Collision Regulations as per the Convention on the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1972 (COLREGs).

7 hours and 23 minutes
Avg. rating 4.2

This IAMI GUEST Advanced Superyacht Housekeeping Service Level 2 course is an intensive Learning Experience. It is designed to develop your skills and knowledge in delivering and managing top-class housekeeping services onboard and understanding housekeeping-related topics.

Interior and Service
58 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6