Courses


ISNTC offers the following courses:

Course Description:

This 2-day course is intended for Deck Officers, Engine Officers, and ship’s personnel assigned in the monitoring and updating of records in AMOS. The course aims to provide an understanding of the essential principles and practical aspects governing the key features and functions of plan maintenance system (PMS), stock management, and purchasing system.  

Intended Learning Outcome:

Upon successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize the AMOS for Windows concept;
  • Identify the application environment and its control keys;
  • Navigate through the different database registers and perform search of particular entries;
  • Perform maintenance work and its reporting system;
  • Generate an inventory list;
  • Update stock quantities;
  • Create stocks and spare parts requisition;
  • Receive delivery of stock into AMOS;
  • Monitor budgets and consumptions; and
  • Perform import and export of files to the office (vice-versa).

Course Intake:

The total number of participants shall not exceed twelve (12).




Course Description:

This 2-day course is intended for ratings and officers. The course aims to provide the participants with the basic knowledge complying with all the requirements for safe and proper ship crane operation and maintenance.

Intended Learning Outcome:

Upon successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Perform safe operation of a crane;
  • Identify the duties and responsibilities of a crane operator;
  • Recognize the safe operating procedures before, during and after crane operation;
  • Identify the basic mechanical and hydraulic components of the crane;
  • Identify the crane control system;
  • Perform the proper maintenance (e.g. lubrication and replacement of wire ropes); and
  • Perform standard hand signals.

Course Intake:

The total number of participants shall not exceed twelve (12).




Course Description:

This 5-day course is intended for onboard personnel responsible for the safe operation of lifeboats.  The aims to enhance participants knowledge in preventing accidents concerning lifeboats on-load release hooks in compliance with requirements of IMO MSC.1 / Circ. 1206, SOLAS Reg. III/ 19.3.3.4and Cyprus Department of Merchant Shipping Circular 02/2007.

Intended Learning Outcome:

Upon successful completion of the course, the participants should be able to:

  • Identify the parts of On-Load Release device and accessories;
  • Demonstrate the proper procedure to release the lifeboat hooks by off-load and on-load method;
  • Demonstrate the proper procedure to reset the system of off-load and on-load method; and
  • Perform the proper procedure for the basic maintenance of release mechanism and accessories.

Course Intake:

The total number of participants shall not exceed twenty-four (24).




Course Description:

This 2-day accredited Raytheon Anschütz-ECDIS course is intended for Master, Deck Officers in-charge of navigational watch, and Officers responsible for the safe navigation of the vessel who have completed IMO Model Course 1.27 (Operational use of Electronic Chart Display and Information System). The course aims to provide knowledge on the safe passage planning and effective use of Raytheon Anschutz ECDIS in accordance with the IMO’s International Safety Management (ISM) Code.

Intended Learning Outcome:

Upon successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate proficiency in the effective and safe operational use of Raytheon Anschütz;
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the proper and effective use of ECDIS related information such as:

-   Identify and demonstrate ECDIS functions in passage planning;

-   Menu structure;

-   Display setup;

-   Safety parameters setting;

-   Alarms and malfunction indicators and action to be taken;

-   Route planning;

-   Route monitoring;

-   Changing over to backup systems;

-   Loading charts and licenses; and

-   Updating of software.

  • Recognize ECDIS limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretations and risk of over reliance and complacency
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the proper and effective use of ECDIS related information such as:

-   Identify and demonstrate ECDIS functions in passage planning;

-   Menu structure;

-   Display setup;

-   Safety parameters setting;

-   Alarms and malfunction indicators and action to be taken;

-   Route planning;

-   Route monitoring;

-   Changing over to backup systems;

-   Loading charts and licenses; and

-   Updating of software.

  • Recognize ECDIS limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretations and risk of over reliance and complacency
  • Acquire knowledge on legal aspects and responsibilities related to ECDIS.

Course Intake:

The total number of participants shall not exceed twelve (12).




Course Description:

This 2-day course is intended for shipboard personnel with basic knowledge in practical seamanship.  This course aims to enhance the technical skills and competencies required in ropeworks and riggings though lecture, practical, and case study.

Intended Learning Outcome:

Upon successful completion of the course, the participants should be able to:

  • Identify different rigging tools and equipment;
  • Identify and choose the right tools for the specific job;
  • Describe and demonstrate safe methods and procedures of rigging and slinging;
  • Perform safe moving and lifting of loads using kinetic lifting techniques;
  • Determine the breaking strength of rope used;
  • Describe the construction and use of rope;
  • Explain the proper care of fiber and wire rope;
  • Demonstrate the different kinds of knot;
  • Demonstrate rigging of stage knot with lowering hitch;
  • Demonstrate the correct procedure of splicing different kinds of rope (fiber/wire)

Course Intake

The total number of participants shall not exceed twelve (12).




Course Description:

This 2-day course is intended for Deck Ratings and other personnel who will be assigned with mooring duties.  The course aims to provide the participants with the knowledge and competencies required during watch keeping and mooring operation through lecture, practical exercise and case study on best practices of ship’s safe mooring operation.

Course Outcome

Upon successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize the standard mooring terminologies on-board,
  • Demonstrate the handling and operation of the mooring fittings and equipment;
  • Identify different types of mooring arrangement;
  • Perform different types of mooring operation;
  • Identify and perform required safety, environmental control and precaution during mooring/unmooring operation; and
  • Carry out communication techniques used during mooring and unmooring operation.

Course Intake

The total number of participants shall not exceed twelve (12).




Course Description:

This 5-day course is intended for Deck ratings with at least one (1) year sea service.  The course aims to provide the participants with an understanding of the principles and practices concerning safety aspects of crane operation, basic preventive maintenance, and cargo watch.     

Intended learning outcome

Upon successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:

 

  • Identify health and safety hazard in the workplace;

  • Understand the importance and demonstrate maintenance and storing of Tools & Equipment;

 

  • Identify and understand procedures, specifications and manuals of instruction;

  • Perform and understand hand signal in the workplace; and

 

  • Perform ship’s crane operation in accordance with industry standard and applicable in the workplace.

Course Intake

The total number of participants shall not exceed of twelve (12).




Course Description:

This 1-day course is intended for Masters and Deck Officers in charge of navigational watch and officers responsible for the safe navigation of the vessel who have completed IMO Model Course 1.27 (Operational use of Electronic Chart Display and Information System.  The course aims to provide knowledge on the safe passage planning and effective use of SAM Electronics ECDIS CHARTPILOT 1100 in accordance with the IMO’s International Safety Management (ISM) Code.

Intended Learning Outcome

Upon successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate proficiency in the effective and safe operational use of SAM Electronics- ECDIS CHARTPILOT 1100;
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the proper and effective use of ECDIS related information such as:

-   Identify and demonstrate ECDIS functions in passage planning;

-   Menu structure;

-   Display setup;

-   Safety parameters setting;

-   Alarms and malfunction indicators and action to be taken;

-   Route planning;

-   Route monitoring;

-   Changing over to backup systems;

-   Loading charts and licenses; and

-   Updating of software.

  • Recognize ECDIS limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretations and risk of over reliance and complacency
  • Acquire knowledge on legal aspects and responsibilities related to ECDIS.

Course Intake

The total number of participants shall not exceed three (3).




Course Description:

This 1-day course is intended for Masters and Deck Officers in charge of navigational watch and Officers responsible for the safe navigation of the vessel who have completed IMO Model Course 1.27 (Operational use of Electronic Chart Display and Information System. The course aims to provide knowledge on the safe passage planning and effective use of SAM Electronics ECDIS PLATINUM in accordance with the IMO’s International Safety Management (ISM) Code.

Intended Learning Outcome

Upon successful completion of the course, the participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate proficiency in the effective and safe operational use of SAM Electronics-ECDIS PLATINUM
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the proper and effective use of ECDIS related information such as:

-   Identify and demonstrate ECDIS functions in passage planning;

-   Menu structure;

-   Display setup;

-   Safety parameters setting;

-   Alarms and malfunction indicators and action to be taken;

-   Route planning;

-   Route monitoring;

-   Changing over to backup systems;

-   Loading charts and licenses; and

-   Updating of software.

  • Recognize ECDIS limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretations and risk of over reliance and complacency; and
  • Acquire knowledge on legal aspects and responsibilities related to ECDIS.

Course Intake

The total number of participants shall not exceed three (3).

 




Course Description:

This 2-day course is designed for Deck Cadets, Ordinary Seaman and all other ship’s personnel who will be assigned with helmsman duty.  This training covers lessons and practical instructions on how to steer the ship with the aid of a full mission bridge simulator.

Intended Learning Outcome:

Upon successful completion of the course, the participants should be able to:

  • Identify all standards of wheel orders/ commands used in steering the ship;
  • Execute the wheel orders / commands proficiently;
  • Recognize the importance of comparing gyro heading and magnetic heading while steering the ship;
  • Perform the various steering modes such as manual/ hand steering, autopilot/gyro pilot, non-follow-up steering, and emergency steering modes;
  • Recognize the overriding authority of the master in cases of command/ orders complexity e.g. a pilot onboard;
  • Identify various landmarks such as buoys, light houses, beacons, etc.; and
  • Recognize the various factors affecting the steering of the ship.

Course Intake:

The total number of participants shall not exceed twelve (12).




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