International Safety Management Code

1.Background of the ISM Code
2.ISM Requirements
3.Company SMS, Goals of the SMS
4.Reports, Audits and Reviews
5.Plans, Procedures and Work Permits

Investigation and Analysis of Accident / Incident

2.Aims and Objectives
3.Accident & Public Perception
4.International Conventions
5.Investigation Code
7.Models for Casualties
9.Interviewing Techniques
10.Human Factors
11.Incident Analysis

STCW 2010

1.Convention STCW (2010)
2.STCW Amendments
3.Company Responsibilities
4.What are changes

MLC 2006 (Maritime Labour Convention)

1.The basic aims of the MLC, 2006
2.The subjects of the “Titles”
3.Period of validity for a medical certificate Standard A1.2
4.Requirements to seafarers with regard (SEA) Standard A2.1


I. Regulations for the Prevention of Pollution by Oil
II.Regulations for the Control of Pollution by Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk
III.Regulations for the Prevention of Pollution by Harmful Substances Carried by Sea in Packaged Form

Shipboard Safety Officer course

1.Shipboard Safety Officer Course
2.Safety introduction
3.Safety Officers verification
4.PSC Inspections
5.Risk Assessment
6.JHA Example
7.Haz.Scan Exercise
8.Investigation & Root Cause Analysis

Shipboard Marine / Oil pollution emergency plan

1.Basic uderstanding of International and National Oil Pollution Law
2.Knowledge of the IMO SOPEP requirements

Oil Pollution Act 1990 (OPA-90)

1.The Law OPA 90, difference from other oil pollution legalisation based on MARPOL
2.Type of vessel the law include, VRP
3.COTP Zone

Ballast Water Management Plan

1.Background of ballast water management
2.Environmental threats
3.Ballast water management plan and record book

ECP-Environmental Compliance Plan

2.Applicability and Purpose
4.Environmental requirements
5.Engineering requirements
6.Garbage plan including hazardous and solid waste management
7.Reporting System
8.Auditing Process
9.Recap / Summary & Feedback

Integrated Management System

2.Origin of ISM code
3.What is SMS?
4.Benefits of Implementation
5.ISM code
6.Integrated ISO standards
7.Company SMS structure

ISO Standards

1. ISO 14001 – Environment Management System
2. ISO 50001 – Energy Management System
3. ISO 9001 – Quality Management System
5. Planning - Aspect / Impact

Planned Maintenance System

1.System Explorer-Ship Specific Main Information
2.Maintenance-Maintenance Due
3.Registration & Jobs Closure

Training course ISF Watch Keeper Program

1.About ISF Watchkeeper 3
2.Getting Started
3.Entering crew and records
4.Day to Day Operation of Watchkeeper

ISPS Anti Piracy Course

1.General information regarding Piracy
2.Guidance and the best industry practices for vessels passing through the gulf of Aden (GOA) and other known pirate infested areas.
3.Training on how to avoid, react and cope with or surviving piracy hostage

ISPS SSA course rating

2.CSO and SSO
3.Security Levels
4.Ship Security - Threats & Measures
5.Ship Security – Access Control
6.Ship Security Equipment
7.Declaration of Security (DoS)
8.Ship Security – Confidentiality & Training

ECDIS Refresher course

2.Aims and Objectives
3.Accident & Public Perception
4.International Conventions
5.Investigation Code
7.Models for Casualties
9.Interviewing Techniques
10.Human Factors
11.Incident Analysis

Role of human and relation on board

1.Emergency procedures
2.Pollution prevention of the marine
4.Safe working practices record book
5.Orders and communication
6.Human relation on board ships

Management of Conflict on board

1.Conflict Management Introduction
2.Why we should learn about Conflict
3.What do you mean by conflict
4.Identify the different types of conflicts and their cause

Human Factor

1.About Human Element
2.Getting Under Way
3.What is the Human Element
4.COMPASS POINT: Charting the course
5."The Human Element" video

On board Team Building

1.What is a team all about
2.Why we should learn about Conflict
3.What added value do we expect in a team
4.Good teamwork is pillar of success

Vessel General Permit

1.Six parts of the Vessel General Permit
2.Where must the final Vessel General Permit Comply
3.Criteria for assessment of civil penalties

Inspection PSC course

2.Aims and objectives
3.Provisions of regulation of international regulation and conventions under which PSC inspections are conducted
4.PSC inspection procedures as laid down by IMO Resolution A787(19

Bio-Fouling course

1. Introduction
2. Purpose of the plan
3. Description of the anti-fouling system
4. Description of areas on the ship susceptible to biofouling
5. Operation and maintenance of the
6. Safety procedures for the ship and the crew
7. Disposal of biolog

VDR/ Voyage Data Recorder course

1. Introduction
2. Aims and Objectives
3. Legal aspects and Requirements
4. Operation
5. Operating Procedure
6. How to save data, if incident occurs
7. Safety Alerts (Errors and Alarms)
8. Maintenance and Repairs

Pre-Assesment InterviewTraining

This course of training will include preparation seafarer for passing interview with shipowner.
During this course, the seafarer will receive not only theoretical but also as well as practical knowledge for conducting interview at high level


The main objective of this Course is to provide crewmembers with a general understanding of the incinerator and the process for incineration of sludge oil as well as solid waste (garbage)

Voyage Planning course

The main objective of this Course is to provide an in-depth understanding of the importance of executing an accurate and detailed voyage plan, covering every aspect of the voyage

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