36 Emergency Shiphandling for First Class Pilots Length 40 hours (1 week) Scope This course is a classroom- and simulator-based course designed for the Great Lakes ...

07.06.2010  · EMERGENCY SHIPHANDLING Emergency Procedures Loss of propulsion Loss of steering Loss of essential ... Documents Similar To Ship Handling & …

T his paper describes an Emergency Shiphandling Trainer that is used to offer instruction in ship maneuvering, tactical factors in shiphandling , and communications ...

36 Emergency Shiphandling for First Class Pilots Length 40 hours (1 week) Scope This course is a classroom- and simulator-based course designed for the Great Lakes ...

07.06.2010  · EMERGENCY SHIPHANDLING Emergency Procedures Loss of propulsion Loss of steering Loss of essential ... Documents Similar To Ship Handling & …

T his paper describes an Emergency Shiphandling Trainer that is used to offer instruction in ship maneuvering, tactical factors in shiphandling , and communications ...

It involves topics and development of specialised skills including: navigation and international maritime law ; weather , meteorology and forecasting; watchstanding ; ship-handling and small boat handling; operation of deck equipment, anchors and cables; ropework and line handling; communications ; sailing ; engines ; execution of evolutions such as towing; cargo handling equipment, dangerous cargoes and cargo storage; dealing with emergencies; survival at sea and search and rescue ; and fire fighting .

The degree of knowledge needed within these areas is dependent upon the nature of the work and the type of vessel employed by a mariner.

A fundamental skill of professional seamanship is being able to maneuver a vessel with accuracy and precision. Unlike vehicles on land, a ship afloat is subject to the movements of the air around it and the water in which it floats. Another complicating factor is the mass of a ship that has to be accounted for when stopping and starting.

36 Emergency Shiphandling for First Class Pilots Length 40 hours (1 week) Scope This course is a classroom- and simulator-based course designed for the Great Lakes ...

07.06.2010  · EMERGENCY SHIPHANDLING Emergency Procedures Loss of propulsion Loss of steering Loss of essential ... Documents Similar To Ship Handling & …

T his paper describes an Emergency Shiphandling Trainer that is used to offer instruction in ship maneuvering, tactical factors in shiphandling , and communications ...

It involves topics and development of specialised skills including: navigation and international maritime law ; weather , meteorology and forecasting; watchstanding ; ship-handling and small boat handling; operation of deck equipment, anchors and cables; ropework and line handling; communications ; sailing ; engines ; execution of evolutions such as towing; cargo handling equipment, dangerous cargoes and cargo storage; dealing with emergencies; survival at sea and search and rescue ; and fire fighting .

The degree of knowledge needed within these areas is dependent upon the nature of the work and the type of vessel employed by a mariner.

A fundamental skill of professional seamanship is being able to maneuver a vessel with accuracy and precision. Unlike vehicles on land, a ship afloat is subject to the movements of the air around it and the water in which it floats. Another complicating factor is the mass of a ship that has to be accounted for when stopping and starting.

Existing and future port infrastructure can be modelled to assist decision makers in the evaluation and/or validation of solutions aimed to:

Simulator scenarios can be designed to define operational limits for manoeuvring large ships in harbour waters and approach channels, under extreme environmental conditions. 

Simulation scenarios can be customized to develop standard, abnormal and emergency pilotage procedures. Operational procedures based on high fidelity simulations are the keystone of a modern Safety Management System, able to address the dynamic risks of pilotage. Smartship instructors can assist in this process also on in the field, by tuning outcomes of simulation scenarios with real world constraints.

A fully customized 5-days course can be organised, the course content will be prepared to your satisfaction once we know more about your needs.

3500 route de Revel
38 870 St Pierre de Bressieux
FRANCE

+33(0) 4 74 20 02 40

This program is designed for able seafarers that have 1080 days of sea service.  It will provide all of the STCW-2010 training requirements needed to attain an STCW Officer In Charge of a Navigation Watch (OICNW) and a USCG Third Mate Oceans or Near Coastal License.  Optional courses are available to attain endorsements for Tankerman Person In Charge (TPIC), Medical Person In Charge (Med-PIC) and other endorsements for candidates with the requisite sea service.    Completion of the program will provide students with the knowledge, skills, and confidence necessary to take on the duties and responsibilities of a Mate.

Our goal is to support mariners and provide a professional, relaxed atmosphere to assist in the completion of this demanding program.  MITAGS-PMI strive to bring real shipboard experience and relevance to all of the courses.  Advanced simulation technology is used in many of classes to complete assessments and develop professional skill sets.  Additionally, the Institutes make use of experienced and talented instructors to help "bring the material alive".

We invite you to contact us, and call our students for their testimonials to see, first hand, the MITAGS-PMI difference.  Again, thank you for your interest in our AB to Mate Program.

36 Emergency Shiphandling for First Class Pilots Length 40 hours (1 week) Scope This course is a classroom- and simulator-based course designed for the Great Lakes ...

07.06.2010  · EMERGENCY SHIPHANDLING Emergency Procedures Loss of propulsion Loss of steering Loss of essential ... Documents Similar To Ship Handling & …

T his paper describes an Emergency Shiphandling Trainer that is used to offer instruction in ship maneuvering, tactical factors in shiphandling , and communications ...

It involves topics and development of specialised skills including: navigation and international maritime law ; weather , meteorology and forecasting; watchstanding ; ship-handling and small boat handling; operation of deck equipment, anchors and cables; ropework and line handling; communications ; sailing ; engines ; execution of evolutions such as towing; cargo handling equipment, dangerous cargoes and cargo storage; dealing with emergencies; survival at sea and search and rescue ; and fire fighting .

The degree of knowledge needed within these areas is dependent upon the nature of the work and the type of vessel employed by a mariner.

A fundamental skill of professional seamanship is being able to maneuver a vessel with accuracy and precision. Unlike vehicles on land, a ship afloat is subject to the movements of the air around it and the water in which it floats. Another complicating factor is the mass of a ship that has to be accounted for when stopping and starting.

Existing and future port infrastructure can be modelled to assist decision makers in the evaluation and/or validation of solutions aimed to:

Simulator scenarios can be designed to define operational limits for manoeuvring large ships in harbour waters and approach channels, under extreme environmental conditions. 

Simulation scenarios can be customized to develop standard, abnormal and emergency pilotage procedures. Operational procedures based on high fidelity simulations are the keystone of a modern Safety Management System, able to address the dynamic risks of pilotage. Smartship instructors can assist in this process also on in the field, by tuning outcomes of simulation scenarios with real world constraints.

36 Emergency Shiphandling for First Class Pilots Length 40 hours (1 week) Scope This course is a classroom- and simulator-based course designed for the Great Lakes ...

07.06.2010  · EMERGENCY SHIPHANDLING Emergency Procedures Loss of propulsion Loss of steering Loss of essential ... Documents Similar To Ship Handling & …

T his paper describes an Emergency Shiphandling Trainer that is used to offer instruction in ship maneuvering, tactical factors in shiphandling , and communications ...

It involves topics and development of specialised skills including: navigation and international maritime law ; weather , meteorology and forecasting; watchstanding ; ship-handling and small boat handling; operation of deck equipment, anchors and cables; ropework and line handling; communications ; sailing ; engines ; execution of evolutions such as towing; cargo handling equipment, dangerous cargoes and cargo storage; dealing with emergencies; survival at sea and search and rescue ; and fire fighting .

The degree of knowledge needed within these areas is dependent upon the nature of the work and the type of vessel employed by a mariner.

A fundamental skill of professional seamanship is being able to maneuver a vessel with accuracy and precision. Unlike vehicles on land, a ship afloat is subject to the movements of the air around it and the water in which it floats. Another complicating factor is the mass of a ship that has to be accounted for when stopping and starting.

Existing and future port infrastructure can be modelled to assist decision makers in the evaluation and/or validation of solutions aimed to:

Simulator scenarios can be designed to define operational limits for manoeuvring large ships in harbour waters and approach channels, under extreme environmental conditions. 

Simulation scenarios can be customized to develop standard, abnormal and emergency pilotage procedures. Operational procedures based on high fidelity simulations are the keystone of a modern Safety Management System, able to address the dynamic risks of pilotage. Smartship instructors can assist in this process also on in the field, by tuning outcomes of simulation scenarios with real world constraints.

A fully customized 5-days course can be organised, the course content will be prepared to your satisfaction once we know more about your needs.

3500 route de Revel
38 870 St Pierre de Bressieux
FRANCE

+33(0) 4 74 20 02 40

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