This vessel maintenance course instructs students as to why planned maintenance is vital to a ship’s operations, how to perform this and what to watch out for in maintenance management. It is a perfect introduction to to understanding vessel operations.
It also identifies how proactive vessel maintenance can help a ship run better, keep expensive machinery failures down, as well as be more environmentally efficient.
When: 25 February 2020
Where: Delivered online with the support of leading industry experts
Duration: 12 weeks, part-time
Ideal for: Marine engineers, technical managers, technology managers, technical engineers, maintenance managers, chief engineers, safety officers, HVAC managers, energy managers, ship managers, technical superintendents, crew managers, crew officers, surveyors/consultants, legal professionals, insurance and other allied firms.
Paul completed a traditional cadetship with Cunard Shipping Services before serving on all types of vessels from passenger ships to super tankers during his seagoing career.
His sea service also included medium-speed engines powering small tankers, slow-speed engines driving bulk carriers and steam plant providing power for the first container ships.