Leading scrubber supplier Yara Marine has always insisted that quality pays, and that also goes for its optimized training offering available for engineers, deck officers and shore staff.
The article explains how a person can become a Marine Engineer and the scope of Marine Engineering as a profession. Also, find out what are the different ways to become a marine engineer.
IMO training on the International Safety Management (ISM) Code is underway for nine countries* in the eastern and southern Africa subregion.
Going as a fourth engineer on a ship is the first step for any marine engineer towards a responsible and flourishing maritime career. Find out more about the duties of a 4th Engineer on a Ship.
Conventions are modified from time to time to cope up with the new technologies, stringent environment and safety policies and for improvement in the current system. On the same line, the STCW 95 convention was amended in manila on 25th June 2010 under the presence of IMO members, ensuring that the global needs for safety […]
Naval architecture is a promising career which requires specialized skills and knowledge. Find out more about naval architecture and how can you become a naval architect inside the article.
The 2nd International Global Onboard Training conference, which was held from 14 to 16 November concluded with the signing of “Jakarta Initiative” by Indonesia, Tanzania, Mozambique, and Bangladesh, which talks about different solutions for the issues faced by the majority of fresh maritime students across the world regarding not getting the necessary training onboard ships.
Indian port professionals who follow courses given in Mumbai by APEC, the port of Antwerp training centre, can now benefit from a purpose-built training facility.
The head of the UK shipowners’ organisation has called for the government to double the value of the Support for Maritime Training (SMarT) scheme.