|Start Date||End Date||Duration||Location|
|Dec. 15, 2019||Dec. 19, 2019||5||Cairo|
Keeping ships moving economically and efficiently, that's the top priority of Ship Management Team. This course covers all aspects needed to handle everything for the ship owner, from daily operations and technical management, to claims, risk management, and full-service accounting. It's emphasis is how to manage vessels safely and as economically as possible.
To enhance participants' knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to effectively manage ship operations
By the end of this course, the participant will be able to:
Understand the key functions in ship management and the responsibilities in each area.
Understand the different types of organisation structure from all functions in-house, part contracted or fully contracted out.
Produce simple sketch for each of all ship types.
Understand the functions and operational methods of different ship types.
Understand the purpose of the IMDG Code and the basic headings under which dangerous cargo is carried and stowage.
Understand the reasons for and choice of nationality of vessel, national flag, open registry and international registries.
Be aware of the difference between annual, intermediate, special surveys and damage surveys.
Understand the requirements for international safety convention certification including Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) and loadline certification and appropriate surveys.
Understand the basic requirements of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code.
Understand the requirements of ’commercial’ surveys including on/off hire, pre- loading, draft and bunkers.
Understand the importance of safety management including risk management.
Understand importance of environmental protection and the impact of pollution liability including the requirements of MARPOL.
Be familiar with the financial terminology
Understand crew management as a key component of efficiency and operating costs including the role of the Master.
Understand the advantages and disadvantages of using crewing agencies
Understand Standards of Training, Certification & Watchkeeping (STCW) regulations.
Be aware of International Labour Organisation (ILO), International Transport Workers Federation (ITF) regulations and understand their potential intervention on non-national flagged vessels.
Understand the importance and regulations of marine insurance
Understand the interactive roles of the commercial operations department and technical department.
Understand the types of fuel used for bunkers and their characteristics and understand the importance of quality & quality measurements, sampling and testing.
Understand the mechanics of a voyage estimate
Understand law relating to ship management