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Jack-up familiarization

About this course

The course has been created for Officers which would like to increase their knowledge in Jack Up Operations on both traditional and weak legged jack Installations. Understand of scour occurs when structures (Legs) are placed on erodible beds and exposed to current and waves. The course includes detailed knowledge of the hydrodynamic challenges, deep learning of barge's Stability (theories and practical) and effect of the weight on Stability and trim as well as relationship with client – boundaries of responsibilities.

 

Course content

- Introduction and overview of the Jack-Up Barge operation

- Stability Calculation Afloat / Elevated

- The causes of seabed scour and its effects on jack-up barge stability

- The causes of leg misalignment and its effects on jack-up barge jacking systems

- Ballast water management plan

- How to use jack-up barge systems to maintain jack-up barge stability

- Risk assessment

- Seabed survey

- SUR with legs psn

- Jacking up/down checklist

- Leg loads & inclination

- Pre-load / Pre-spotting check and risk for punch-through

- Rig moving practice (wet and dry transport)

- Cargo manifests

- Lifting register

- Cargo handling and stowage

- Anchor pattern

- Safety Inspection

- Ship’s correspondence

- Job descriptions

- Permit System

- Planned maintenance

- Emergency procedures  

 

How to book

The course is run on demand, please contact the Admissions Team for information or forthcoming availability:

Telephone: +38 (095) 496 36 37 / +38 (067) 340 52 54 

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Normal office hours are:

Monday - Friday: 09.00 - 16.30 

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Anchor Handling Course

About this course

The purpose of this course is to provide understanding how anchor handling operations are done and train key personal to perform their duties with understanding of risks and procedures during running anchors by making the participants aware of hazards and pitfalls and by giving them a thorough understanding of both theory and practical experience.

The course is conducted as interplay between theoretical presentations and case studies.

 

Course content:

- Introduction

- Planning and risk assessment of anchor handling operations

- Winch calculation and capacity

- Anchor handling winches

- Chain wheels

- Correct and safe use of Shark jaws (Triplex and Karm Fork)

- Anchor handling equipment

- Types of anchors

- Fishing and Grapnels operations

- Anchor deployment – PCP / Buoy

- Anchor systems

- Rigging for Anchor handling

- Running and retrieving anchors at deep and shallow water

- GOMO guilders

- Training of communication and teamwork between: commanding officer / winch operator / deck / rig

- Ship handling, problem solving and decision making

 

How to book

The course is run on demand, please contact the Admissions Team for information or forthcoming availability:

Telephone: +38 (095) 496 36 37 / +38 (067) 340 52 54 

@: training@pride-marine.com

Normal office hours are:
Monday - Friday: 09.00 - 16.30 

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Senior Officers Course

About this course

This course mainly for new Masters and Chief Officers designated to polish their acument of the ships senior staff i dialing with day to day practical shipboard issues. It helps to focus shipboard interaction and exchange information with charters, stevedors, sub-charters, shippers, receiver, egents and owners. It provides guidance on methods and procedures to follow to protect owner's interest in verious operational situation and the evidence and documentation that must be collected and recorded. 

The course provides senior officers with the knowledge and skills to gather and digest information, to make rational decisions based on the facts during an emergency, to recognize how preplanning and preparation and training will assist in the overall management process.

This field of study involves leadership, direction, and administration within a marine context.

 

Course content

Vessel stability pre-planning

- Stability calculation

- Cargo handling and stowage

- Ship’s correspondence

- Shipping procedure and Documentation

- Mariners rolle in collecting evidence

- Charter parties 

- H&M and P&I Insurance 

- ISM, ISPS, STCW 95 main points  

- Ballast water management 

- Garbage management plan

- Bridge / Port watchkeeping

- Contingency plans

- The orientation and emergency training of crew members

- Emergency management

- Drills using pre-planned initial responses

- Drills while responding to changing situations

- Responsibilities

- Deck Maintenance 

- Job descriptions

- Permit System

- Safety Awareness and Near Miss, Unsafe Act, Unsafe Situation Reporting

- Environmental Protection

 

How to book

The course is run on demand, please contact the Admissions Team for information or forthcoming availability:

Telephone: +38 (095) 496 36 37 / +38 (067) 340 52 54 

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Normal office hours are:

Monday - Friday: 09.00 - 16.30

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Junior Officers Course

About this course

The course is designed for Junior Officers who has freshly obtain his II-mate certificate of commpitence and is to join his first ship as a certificated officer. This course imparts knowledge on the safety and operational aspects working as a mate. 

The aim of this course is to ensure that on complation of training the participant will be better prepared to undertake the duties of a Officer on board the vessel and enables him to translate the knowledge gained throught his CoC examination into practical working skills to be applied in day to day operations on board the ship.

Course content

- Bridge Watchkeeping

- Chart corrections and abbreviation

- UKC calculation

- Voyage planning

- Publication

- GMDSS equipment

- Daily / weekly / monthly tests / checks

- Muster lists

Signals and communivations

- Navigation equipment

- FFA / LSA maintenance 

- Squat, Coanda effect 

- Hydro static/dynamic

- Use and maintenance of PPE’s

- Job descriptions

- Permit to work systems

 

How to book

The course is run on demand, please contact the Admissions Team for information or forthcoming availability:

Telephone: +38 (095) 496 36 37 / +38 (067) 340 52 54 

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Normal office hours are:

Monday - Friday: 09.00 - 16.30

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Deck Rating Course

About this course

This Seamen course is for mariners at the entry-level position. It provides you with the knowledge, understanding and proficiency to work safely and efficiently aboard today’s on Offshore/Merchant vessels.

 

Course content

- Helmsman and Watch standing Duties

- Aid to navigation

- International regulations to prevent collisions

- Ship Construction (painting & surfaces)

- Safe Cargo Handling, Anchoring and Mooring operation

- Safe bunkering operation

- Fire Fighting, Towing, Deck Maintenance

- Shipboard Emergencies and Life Saving

- Safe operation with life boats, hooks and davids

- Identify the fundamentals and requirements of standing a proper wheelhouse watch, lookout watch, and steps to properly relieve a watch

- Identify the fundamentals and state the requirements of being a helmsman of a Navigational Watch

- Identify the emergency radio equipment found aboard ship, which aids in survival and rescue; as well as a pyrotechnics and lifesaving signals

- HAZMAT

- Enclosed space, gas detectors

- Emergency drills

- Advantages, disadvantages and maintenance synthetic and wire rope

- Handling with the strands especially with splicing

- Wire rope change

- Good seamanship

 

How to book

 

The course is run on demand, please contact the Admissions Team for information or forthcoming availability:

Telephone: +38 (095) 496 36 37 / +38 (067) 340 52 54 

@:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Normal office hours are:

Monday - Friday: 09.00 - 16.30

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Let us help you to stay safe and up to date with the latest regulations!!!