Lloyd’s Register’s Marine Training Services is going to conduct Essential Dry-Docking Course this month.
Some interesting features of this course are:
- to be conducted at Piraeus, Greece.
- duration: three days from June 29.
- course is designed to provide all the essential information needed to prepare, plan and execute a successful dry-docking.
- course is helpful to existing marine superintendents, technical managers, fleet managers, senior sea staff and anyone involved in planning a docking.
- the course will cover:
- introduction to dry-docks
- specification preparation and tender evaluation
- the importance of planning
- preparation for departure
- a new feature called Lloyd’s Register’s lexicon of learning: heutagogy – ‘self-determined learning’
- on completion of the course, the candidate will
- be able to prepare, plan and cost a dry-docking
- have a more in depth knowledge of dry-docks
- be able to contingency plan for repairs and modifications
- be more pragmatic and understand what can and cannot be done within the Rules of classification
More dry-docking courses are being planned at Dubai in September, and Copenhagen and London later in 2009.
Fore more details regarding the course, log on to Lloyd’s Register.
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