Maritime Academy News November/December 2016

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  Following comes from DNV GL’s Maritime Academy Hellas:
In our last newsletter of the year you will read about:

  • Sailing in the Polar Region – requirements for seafarers
  • Graduation Ceremony 2016 for the first 26 students from WMU and DNV GL’s Maritime Academy’s joint Postgraduate Diploma in Executive Maritime Management
  • Update from the IMO Marine Environmental Protection Committee (MEPC 70)
  • Technologies for Future Ships and Future Shipping
  • New requirements coming up – utilize your management system smartly
  • Energy trends, opportunities and challenges: MARENER 2017, the International Conference on Maritime Energy Management, in Sweden 24-25 January 2017
  • Next generation ECO Insight adds new functionality to DNV GL’s fleet performance management solution

Enjoy it!

We wish you a very happy festive season and all the best for a Happy and Prosperous New Year

Kind regards,

Dr. Marina Papaioannou – Vassilia Dimitrakou
Maritime Academy Hellas

Sailing in the Polar Region – requirements for seafarers
Vessels sailing in cold conditions are affected by the Polar Code which enters into force on 1st January 2017. Ship owners already preparing for the new code will realise that besides technical requirements also operational aspects have to be considered. One of them is appropriate training for the crew. >>

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Graduation Ceremony 2016 for the first 26 students from WMU and DNV GL’s Maritime Academy’s joint Postgraduate Diploma in Executive Maritime Management
On Saturday, 29 October, the first 26 students who have completed the Postgraduate Diploma in Executive Maritime Management graduated from the World Maritime University (WMU) in the class of 2016. >>

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Update from the IMO Marine Environmental Protection Committee (MEPC 70)
Dates for implementation of the ballast water treatment requirements are still uncertain. The global 0.5% sulphur limit applies from 2020. Fuel consumption data collection starts in 2019. The Baltic Sea, English Channel and North Sea are approved as NOx emission control areas from 2021. Read more about these and other outcomes from the IMO Marine Environmental Protection Committee from 24 to 28 October 2016. >>

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Technologies for future ships and future shipping
The 10th Symposium on High-Performance Marine Vehicles (HIPER) was held in Cortona, Italy. The theme of the conference – future and futuristic technologies for ships and shipping – attracted some 70 participants with a very interdisciplinary and international flavour. >>

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Energy trends, opportunities and challenges: MARENER 2017, the International Conference on Maritime Energy Management, in Sweden 24-25 January 2017
The extended energy management domain is becoming a top priority for the global maritime community. It is imperative that governments and decision makers around the world pay increased attention to “green maritime technologies”, including port management activities, with the aim to achieve an energy efficient and low carbon future for the industry. The International Conference on Maritime Energy Management, MARENER 2017, taking place 24-25 January at the WMU will provide a valuable platform to assess energy trends and to explore foundation theory, practice and applications. >>

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New requirements coming up – utilize your management system smartly
On 1 September 2016, the PSC Concentrated Inspection Campaigns (CIC) started and, in January 2017, the Polar Code and amendments to MLC will enter into force. At the same time, the gradual implementation of the Manila amendments to STCW will have been completed. DNV GL’s Technical and Regulatory News outlines the new MLC, STCW, Polar Code requirements and PSC CIC in more detail and gives advice on how you can utilize management systems to prepare for upcoming campaigns and new requirements. >>

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Next generation ECO Insight adds new functionality to DNV GL’s fleet performance management solution
The latest release of DNV GL’s fleet performance management solution ECO Insight adds a range of new analytical and reporting features to the market leading portal. The new features enable shipowners to manage more vessel data than ever, with more frequent and higher quality results. >>

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UPCOMING COURSES
Vetting Inspections for Bulk Carriers
Date: November 29-30, 2016
Venue: DNV GL’s Piraeus Offices
Fee: Euros 800
Trainer: Roberto Nulli Gabbiani
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Vetting Inspections
Date: December 1-2, 2016
Venue: DNV GL’s Piraeus Offices
Fee: Euros 800
Trainer: Roberto Nulli Gabbiani
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Energy Management ISO 50001 for Shipping Companies
Date: December 2, 2016
Venue: DNV GL’s Piraeus Offices
Trainer: Evangelos Marangakis
Fee: Euros 400
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Understanding STCW inc. Latest Amendments
Date: December 8, 2016
Venue: DNV GL’s Piraeus Offices
Fee: Euros 400
Trainer: Efthymios Liberopoulos
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STCW for Crewing Managers
Date: December 9, 2016
Venue: DNV GL’s Piraeus Offices
Fee: Euros 400
Trainer: Efthymios Liberopoulos
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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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