This 14 week tutored professional development programme teaches the essential characteristics of a ship’s design - and how they affect its behaviour in the marine environment
With its significance developing to encompass an increasingly complex remit, the premise of the naval architect’s role has evolved over the centuries from traditional artist and designer to highly skilled engineer. For those operating alongside naval architects (sales managers, surveyors, technicians, vessels, superintendents, engineers etc) or in support industries (legal, insurance, finance, etc), having a working knowledge of their multi-faceted work should not be underestimated.
When: 10 March 2020
Where: Online with support from leading industry experts
Duration: 14 weeks
Ideal for: Naval Architects and those in supporting or aligned maritime roles who need a good general grasp of the basics of ship design and production.
You will be taught by Octai Dersamet CENG, who has worked in shipping for over 30 years in engineering, project management, naval architecture and industry training. After completing his MSc in Mechanical Engineering he started working as an engineer for Constanta Shipyard, working his way up to the Senior Mechanical Engineer for CNM Romline. As the Technical Director of Blue Ocean Shipping Company Belize, he maintained an operational fleet of 25,000. He has also worked for Lloyd's Register as Senior Naval Architect for two years and is a fellow of RINA and the IMarEST.
- Godwin Ufuoma Onowode, Senior Civil Engineer & Student 2018
- Howard Theunissen, Senior Lecturer - Mechanical and Marine Engineering & Student 2018
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