Inspection, Repair & Maintenance of Ship Structures
In -House Course
About The Course
This course provides an introduction to some of the most important issues that arise in everyday work related to the repair and maintenance of ocean-going ships. Its purpose is to fill the gap between academic studies and the reality of practical issues. The most important types of damages that arise are introduced and are discussed with reference to bulk carriers and oil tankers. The different types of surveys carried out are also discussed as well as the types of repairs necessary in each case. Maintenance planning and the use of software for data management are also discussed.
Who should attend?
All personnel involved in the repair, maintenance and classification of oceangoing merchant ships, including shipyard project managers, marine superintendents and classification society surveyors. it will also interest engineer embarking on a career in ship surveying and students of naval architecture and related disciplines, with an interest in ship operations.
The registration fee for this course will be £3000 plus VAT (UK ONLY) for a minimum of 6 people. For additional persons, it will be £600 plus VAT per person.
Payments can be made by cheque (made payable to ASRANet Ltd.), cash or bank transfer. Please enquire for details.