COURSE DESCRIPTION

INTRODUCTION TO NAVAL ARCHITECTURE, MARINE ENGINEERING, SHIPDESIGN, SHIPBUILDING, SHIPYARDS,
                                    LAUNCHING AND DRY DOCKING

  • Module Leader(s): Jako Laubscher
  • Credentials:           IntPE, CEng ECUK, MRINA, PrEng ECSA
                                    BEng Mechanical Engineer, MSc Naval Architect
  • First year of employment – 2007
  • Course Duration: approx 20 hours
  • CPD registered with ECUK
ABOUT THE COURSE

This 20 hour course will provide any engineers, technologists, technicians or other entrants considering a career within the marine and ship building industry with comprehensive introductory knowledge on Marine Engineering, Naval Architecture, Ship Production and Dry Docking.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This course is aimed at professionals wanting to further their careers in either ship operations, fleet management, engineering or design, for which the necessary background knowledge and terminology of ships and ship building will be required. This course will also lay the foundation for any new entrants into the marine sector without a professional qualification, or employees who work in conjunction with marine engineering departments, but want to gain a better understanding of marine engineering and naval architecture to aid in their daily job function and when dealing with clients.

Introduction to Ships and Related Functions

Part 1 - Introduction to Naval Architecture

Part 1 – Session 1

Part 1 – Session 2

Part 1 – Session 3

Part 1 – Session 4

PART 2 - Marine Engineering

Part 2 – Session 1

Part 2 – Session 2

Part 2 – Session 3

Part 2 – Session 4

Part 2 – Session 5

Part 3 - Maritime Regulatory Framework

Part 3 – Session 1

Part 3 – Session 2

Part 3 – Session 3

Part 3 – Session 4