This program is a comprehensive training portfolio consisting of two courses for a Marine Manager. The courses provide the necessary management skills to supervise and support ship operations, and upkeep and maintenance from ashore. All the courses meet DNVs Competence of Ship Superintendents, 3.301, element 3 standards.
Chartering and Cargo Carriage
Chartering Your Ship, Pre Charter, On Charter, Post Charter, Planning the Carriage, Loading and Unloading Procedures, Monitoring Cargo, Maintenance, Cargo Damage and Claims
Control of Operations & Nautical Equipment
Operations, Planning and Implementation, Monitoring and Control, Regulations, Maintenance, Fitting and Commissioning
This program is a comprehensive training portfolio consisting of seven courses for a Port Engineer. The courses provide the necessary management skills to supervise and support ship operations, and upkeep and maintenance from ashore. All the courses meet DNVs Competence of Ship Superintendents, 3.301, element 3 standards.
Hull, Machinery & Maintenance
Ship Structure, Inspection, Machinery, Safety Culture
Technical Equipment and Control Systems
Why Control Systems, Control Systems Operations, Control System Failures, What is Technical Equipment, Safe Working Load, Requirements, Responsibilities, Hull, Machinery, Repair Specification
This program is a comprehensive training portfolio consisting of seven courses for a Ship Superintendent. The courses provide the necessary management skills to supervise and support ship operations, and upkeep and maintenance from ashore. All the courses meet DNVs Competence of Ship Superintendents, 3.301, element 3 standards.
Maritime Insurance and Law
International Conventions, ISM Code-MS, Classification Society, Registration of Ships, Marine Insurance
Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE)
Risk Management and ISPS Code, Health and Environment, Emergency Response, Ship Recycling
Corporate and Social Responsibility
Industry Organizations, Role of Superintendent, Personnel Management
Ship Performance, Drydocking and Repair
Monitoring of Ships Performance, Drydocking and Repairs, Corrosion Protection and Painting Systems
Project Management and Quality Assurance
Project Management, Quality Assurance, Information Technology
Financial Management for Ships
Budget and Cost Control, Purchase, Sale, Takeover and Delivery, Reporting and Record Keeping, Purchasing
Ship Certification and Surveys
Ship Inspections, Certification and Survey of Ships, Port State Control
Marine Emission, Scrubbers - Process of Scrubbing--PureSOx & Hybrid system--Boil - Off-- LNG Bunkering Challenges-- Bunkering Options--- Technical and Operational aspects of LNG Supply Chain-----Remote Butterfly Valve and Manifold Reducers-- Emergency Shut Down System-Risk Analysis--Categories of Outcomes after LNG Release--Tank Temperatures and densities-- Custody Transfer-LNG Tanks, Equipments-LNG Storage and Containment--LNG Valves--Inerting, Gassing Up and Cooling down-- Tank Atmosphere Evaluation-- Fuel Piping-- Heaters and Pumps--Supply to Engine-- different methods-- Health Safety and Environment--First Aid-- Fire Prevention/ Safety-- Environmenral Isses-- Risk Management
This course offers companies the ability to provide a primer for new entrants to the Breakbulk industry along with advanced topics to enhance the knowledge of existing employees. Students will learn about the application of multipurpose ships in Breakbulk Shipping to handle project cargo and heavy lift pieces of varying dimensions. This course was developed in collaboration with the Breakbulk Institute located in New Jersey, USA.
Breakbulk Transportation Process
Worldwide Trade Patterns, Transportation Modes
Breakbulk Cargo Handling, Cargo Operations, Safe Carriage, Cargo Monitoring, Cargo Control, Cargo Care
Vessel Operations, Chartering Process, Stakeholders, Customer Interaction, Documentation
This course was developed in collaboration with Maine Maritime Academy. This e-learning training helps the logistics professionals and those who are new to this industry to equip themselves with the latest practices in maritime transportation and supply chain management. The complexity of decision making in logistics and transportation involving its many stakeholders and processes are part of this interesting program.
SCM vs. Maritime Logistics, Fast Facts, Professional Organizations
Own vs. Charter, Registration, Crewing, Operations
Containers, Liner Operations, Ports and Terminals, Intermodalism
Automatic Equipment Identification, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
ADU Academy Services in collaboration with Malaysian Maritime Academy (ALAM) developed the world's first web based LNG program designed to assist seafarers and maritime workers effectively and efficiently manage LNG Shipping operations. This program is comprised of six topics and is certified by the Det Norske Veritas following DNV standard 3.303. The Malaysian International Shipping Co (MISC), one of the largest transporter of LNG cargo, assisted with the review of this program.
Physics and Chemistry, Principles of Design, Principles of Operations, Cargo Containment, Propulsion System
Inert Gas Generation Plant, Nitrogen Generation Plant, Gas Compressors, Gas Heaters, Vaporizers, Cargo Pumps, Vacuum Pumps, Relief Pumps, Reliquefaction Plant
LNG Ancillary Systems
Cofferdam Heating System, Portable Gas Detectors, Fixed Gas Detection Systems, Level Gauging Systems, Custody Transfer System, Distributed Control System, Certified Safe Electrical Equipment
LNG Cargo Operations
Post Delivery, Normal Voltage, Pre-Docking, On Moss Carriers, Ship to Ship Transfer, Emergency Mooring Release
Scenarios, ISPS Code, OPLAN and MTSA
Stakeholders, Jargon Buster, LNG Time Charters, Measurement Principles, Boil-off and Heal, Terminal Compatibility