Students successfully completing the Certificate in Naval Architecture are eligible to join the Royal Institution of Naval Architects as Associate members (AssocRINA) and enjoy the benefits of being members of the leading international professional society, serving those directly or indirectly involved with the design, construction and operation of marine vessels and structures.
Founded in 1860, today the Royal Institution of Naval Architects is an international professional society whose members are directly or indirectly involved with the design, construction, maintenance and operation of marine vessels and structures, and are widely represented in industry, universities and maritime organisations in over 90 countries.
As well as providing a professional qualification which is internationally recognised, the Institution keeps its members up to date with developments in all sectors of the global maritime industry through its international conference, publications which members receive and its local branches.
Full details of the Institution’s activities are contained on its website at www.rina.org.uk
"This is a unique course from Lloyd's Maritime Academy teaching students the necessary details about Naval Architecture. It has a good approach and the modules are well written."