Maritime Academy News March 2016

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DNV GL MARITIME ACADEMY NEWS 1013MARCH2016

Dear sir or madam,
In our March edition you will read about:

  • Having your crew prepared? Everything ready for STCW Manila Amendments on 1st January 2017
  • Postgraduate Diploma offered by the WMU and DNV GL now also available as company-tailored solution
  • The best propulsion improving device is a good hull
  • Performance Monitoring – Off to a good start

Enjoy it!

Kind regards,

Dr. Marina Papaioannou – Vassilia Dimitrakou
Maritime Academy Hellas

Having your crew prepared? Everything ready for STCW Manila Amendments on 1st January 2017
On the 1st of January 2012 the Manila Amendments to the STCW Convention and Code entered into force. But a transitional period of five years was granted to allow seafarers and administrations to comply with the new requirements. This period will end on the 31st of December 2016. So, only nine months left to be compliant. >>

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Postgraduate Diploma offered by the WMU and DNV GL now also available as company-tailored solution
The Postgraduate Diploma in Executive Maritime Management offered by the World Maritime University (WMU) and DNV GL Maritime Academy covers some of the key issues in the maritime industry and provides managers with comprehensive knowledge that enable them to retain their competitive edge.
New on offer is now the customized delivery: Interested companies can get a specifically tailored solution for their individual needs and for their employees. >>

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The best propulsion improving device is a good hull
Propulsion improving devices (PIDs) have enjoyed much interest in the maritime community in recent years. Saving potential of up to 6% on sea trials have been reported. But not for all vessels/designs PIDs help to improve efficiency – in some cases they can make things even worse. A DNV GL Maritime Advisory project for a bulk carrier showed that a good hull is the best PID. >>

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Performance Monitoring – Off to a good start
There are technologies on the market that can protect the hull and maintain good performance over the duration of a full docking interval. Then why have these not been widely adopted? In a nutshell, the answer is “trust”. In the past, the problem was a lack of measurability and a resulting lack of trust. This is about to change.>>

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UPCOMING COURSES
HSE Leadership for Managers
Date: March 16, 2016
Venue: DNV GL’s Piraeus Offices
Trainer: George Lykos
Fee: Euros 400
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Train the Trainer for shipping companies
Date: March 16-18, 2016
Venue: DNV GL’s Piraeus Offices
Trainer: Dr. Marina Papaioannou
Fee: Euros 1200
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Hull Structure; Tankers/Bulk Carriers
Date: March 22-24 or 22-23 or 22 & 24, 2016
Venue: DNV GL’s Piraeus Offices
Fee: Euros 1200 or 800 >>
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Energy Efficient Operation of Ships – Masterclass
Date: March 29-30, 2016
Venue: DNV GL’s Piraeus Offices
Trainer: Prof. Dr. Volker Bertram
Fee: Euros 800
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Management of Change – Risk Assessment
Date: March 29-30, 2016
Venue: DNV GL’s Piraeus Offices
Trainer: Evangelos Marangakis
Fee: Euros 800
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Performance Management for the Shipping and associated industries
Date: April 12-13, 2016
Venue: DNV GL’s Piraeus Offices
Trainer: David Johnson
Fee: Euros 800
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CONTACTDr. Marina Papaioannou
Vassilia Dimitrakou
Maritime Academy Hellas
Phone: +30 210 4100 200
academy.hellas@dnvgl.com
www.dnvgl.com/maritime-academy
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