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Diploma in Naval Architecture

Explore and expand upon fundamental naval architecture knowledge - training course by tutored distance learning

Course starts: 11th June 2019

Gain an in-depth knowledge of Naval Architecture

If you are looking for a solid understanding of ship design, construction, repair, modification, stability and operation of vessels and other floating structures within the marine environment, our course has you covered.

Our Diploma in Naval Architecture will dig into all the technical, mathematical and practical aspects of a ship’s design. You will learn from industry experts who are here to guide and support students through all the required topics - no bulkhead will be unchecked, no metacentre left unbalanced, and no rudder unturned.  

For those who are aiming towards a degree in Naval Architecture this course will provide a smooth transition to that level.

When: 11 June 2019
Where: Online with support from leading industry experts
Duration: 12 months

Additional Entry Requirements: Participants are recommended to have completed study of mathematics to a high school level before enrolling for this course.

Ideal for:

  • Engineers who would benefit from a knowledge of the concepts underlying ship construction
  • Shipyard and dry dock personnel who need to understand the role of naval architecture in ship construction and repair
  • Project managers, consultants, surveyors, and allied roles who need to develop their theoretical and practical knowledge of ship design and construction
  • Legal, regulatory and insurance professionals from Classification Societies, P&I Clubs, Maritime Authorities and Flag States needing to develop their understanding of naval architecture
  • Other associated roles, such as sales and marketing, commercial managers, estimators and purchasing personnel who would benefit from a greater knowledge of ship design and construction for their roles

10 MODULES AVAILABLE

  • Naval Architecture in the 21st Century
  • Application of Hydrostatics
  • Ship Stability and Trim
  • Ship Hydrodynamics
  • Ship’s Propellers, Rudders and Manoeuvrability
  • Seakeeping Qualities
  • The Working Environment, Design Base and Ship Performance
  • The Ship and Marine Structures
  • Ship Design Process
  • Ship Construction

Course Director

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Allan Larsen


Allan is a European Engineer registered with FEANI, Fellow
of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects, Fellow of the
Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology and
a member of The Society of Consulting Marine Engineers
and Ship Surveyors in addition to holding professional
accreditation as both a Chartered Engineer and Chartered
Marine Engineer.


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Partnered with The Society of Consulting Marine Engineers and Ship Surveyors (SCMS)

  • Receive 50% off SCMS membership fee for new members who have completed the Diploma in Naval Architecture in the year of application
  • Receive 20% off SCMS membership for existing members who have completed the Diploma in Naval Architecture as part of their CPD in the year of doing the course

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