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STCW 2010 Implementation Workshop

Duration: 1 day
Date : 2012-03-01
Location : GL Piraeus Office  85, Akti Miaouli 185 38 Piraeus-Greece
Language : Greek
Trainer: Mr. Efthimios Liberopoulos, Rear Admiral (T) HCG (ret), GL Academy Trainer, Surveyor, Auditor
End of registration: 23 February 2012     
Seminar Fee : € 400,00
Tel.No. +30 210 4291685  +30 210 4291685
Fax No. +30 210 4290357
GL Academy e-mail : gl-academy-hellas@gl-group.com


Seminar Details

Category : Managing Human Resources


Seminar Objective  :  
In this workshop participants will improve their expertise on the STCW Convention and Code and receive the theoretical knowledge and skills to implement the new requirements and to ensure compliance.

Emphasis :   
A comprehensive review of the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW) by the IMO was finalised during a Diplomatic Conference in June 2010. The aim was to ensure that the seafarers trained and certified under its regime can meet the challenges that the shipping industry will be facing in the future.
Within this workshop most important changes to the STCW Convention and the STCW Code are analysed in detail and the new requirements for ships´ crews, shipping companies as well as for shipping administrations are presented. In practical case studies the participants will learn how to accomplish necessary adjustment to an existing management system and, with the use of the accompanying documentation and helpful tools to ensure the implementation of the new requirements during daily routine.
The workshops features a high amount of tutorials, in which the participants can exercise the received input, work out necessary contents and receive a direct feedback on possible solutions.

The course focuses on:
*Presentation of the most important  changes to the STCW Convention and the Code
*Analysis of the new requirements with regard to the responsibilities of companies as well as certification and documentation of crew and development of best practices on how to address these new changes and implementation in daily practice.
*IMO provisions of safe manning of ships.
*Preparation for flag State and port State inspections.
       
Who should attend:

Shipping Companies: Managing directors, fleet managers, superintendents, personnel managers, crewing personnel, masters, ship´s officers and engineers, lecturers of training institutions, staff of flag State administrations


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