Event Dates: Friday, 13 May 2022 - Saturday, 21 May 2022
Name of the Course:
Dry Docking and Repairs Management
Shipbuilding, Drydocking, and Repairs – Learn from the Practitioner (available as 4 modules)
13-May, 14-May, 20-May, 21-May 2022
1400 to 1800 (IST)
About the Course: Dry Docking and Repairs Management
The certificate course module is taught by expert practitioners with vast and varied experience. The classes will be conducted online on our learning portal – HELMS. The program will give you unlimited access to world class material, case-studies, material, and assessments.
Contents covered are: Dry Docking Preparation, Drawing Specifications, DD Project Management, Role of Class. Hull Repairs & Distortion control: Hull, Hatch, Cell Guide, Cranes, Rudder, Rudder Stock, Palm, Windlass, Winches, Turbochargers, Crankshafts, Cranes Bearings, Propellers, Stern Tubes, Boilers, Cargo and Submerged pumps.
Meet the faculty:
This program is taught by expert industry practitioner. Meet them here: https://isf-gi.wixsite.com/lftp/the-practitioners
A program developed for new Shipbuilding Superintendents/Managers with Shipowners, Technical Services & Shipbuilding supervision companies, Chief Eng. and 2nd Eng. seeking shore opportunities, Maritime Trainers seeking enhancement of overall knowledge
INR 10000 + GST for Indian nationals OR USD 200 for foreign nationals.
About the Series:
The Shipbuilding, Drydocking, and Repairs – Learn from the Practitioner modular program provides comprehensive technical as well as managerial knowledge and develops operational skills for personnel associated with ship building, major ship repairs and dry-docking projects. The approach needed to plan and organize effectively at the ship owner/manager’s office, and supervise and assess the entire project, are included in the program’s scope. It also covers extensive engineering knowledge needed to ensure effectiveness of monitoring process and decision making at various stages of any major project. The program is applicable for shipbuilding superintendents and managers, senior sea going engineers, technical and managerial staff of ship building supervision services organizations, and maritime trainers wanting to enhance their personal knowledge.