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Marine Surveying Advanced Professional Diploma

Expert in Marine Engineering


Introduction

By tradition, the title Marine Engineer is associated with the design, construction, operation and maintenance of ships and their machinery and associated systems. Although this remains significant, such is the span of engineering disciplines and survey activities involving the sea and the seabed that the term Maritime Engineering is now more appropriate.
Whether involved in the traditional shipping aspects of the industry or offshore and ocean engineering developments, the professional expertise and responsibilities of the maritime engineer require both academic achievement and practical experience in a diverse range of disciplines. A career in this industry requires integrity, ingenuity and leadership and can involve work in design, construction, operations and maintenance. These qualities are all to be learned in this course.


Objectives

The program offers a comprehensive course load complete with advanced training modules and techniques which:
  • Build a broad-based knowledge of highly complex engineering systems of a modern ship.
  • Study the major principles of mechanical and hydraulic machinery, electrical systems, naval architecture and ship construction instrumentation and control systems.

Benefits of the Course

  • Describe the implications of marine legislation relevant to marine engineers;
  • Identify and explain the principles and concepts used in the safe operation of marine propulsion plant and electrical equipment;
  • Describe the forces acting on a ship at sea and their implication on structural strength;
  • Understand the concepts of ship design and naval architecture;
  • Describe the various factors affecting optimum performance at sea;
  • Identify and describe technological advancements and their impact on a more efficient and environmental engineering practice;
  • Undertake a vessel design specification combining the necessary legislation, structural and engineering considerations.


Who Should Attend

  • Naval architects, design coordinators, purchasing professionals, sales managers and logistics personnel;
  • Marine surveyors, fleet or vessel superintendents and HSSE personnel needing to develop their engineering knowledge;
  • Project managers, coordinators and production supervisors involved in vessel design, build, modification, repair or scrapping;
  • Insurance and claims executives plus legal and financial professionals working in the maritime sector;
  • Seagoing marine engineers ,maritime professionals needing to develop technical understanding of engineering theories and mechanical principles.

Course Content

4 Compulsory subjects:

  • Introduction to Marine Engineering;
  • Naval Architecture & Ship Stability;
  • Stability;
  • Report writing.
+6 Specialty subjects:
  • Surveying large vessel main engines;
  • Surveying large vessel auxiliary systems;
  • Classification and statutory surveys;
  • Machinery Systems;
  • Safety Equipment;
  • Radio Equipment.

Testimonials

"I chose LMI because of its excellent reputation with the maritime Industry and because of the fantastic learning resources they provide. The online Learning is accessible via the internet and is an important and easy to use tool in keeping track of where you are in your studies. The most important thing is to persevere...you'll be amazed at the opportunities that open up to you when you complete your course."

Capt. Konsi Mgawe : Kenya, Marine Suveyor

“I liked the fact that it was practical and examples I could relate to were used. It was also full of exercises… everything I wanted covered in details was actually covered.”

Mr. Tumbo joao : Angola, Marine Surveyor

 “I loved every bit of it!! Everyone was very helpful and went above and beyond to make sure I understood. Massive thanks to all the team at the Lloyd's Maritime Institute.”

Mr. Paulo Santos : Portugal, Marine Surveyor

FAQ

Can I pay for this program in installments?

Yes, you can pay the total amount by installments

Is this program available online?

Yes, it’s based on distance learning

In what language is this program taught?

Our courses are conducted in English

What’s the duration of the course?

We offer a flexible route of earning, means that you can vary the pace of study if life gets in the way of learning. The training requires normally a minimum of 10 hours/week to complete the diploma in 12 months with additional time required to complete the student assignments. 

What kind of examination I need to take to pass the course?

All Modules will be assessed by an assignment. These assignments will be uploaded and available to you when the Module is issued and will be assessed by the Module assessor.

Who recognized this training?

Our courses are recognized by leading organizations such as IAMSA, NAMS Global, INTERCARGO, and IAMSP.

Can I postpone or extend the duration of the course?

You may be able to postpone your course under extenuating circumstances and will need to give justifying information in order to be considered and you have the opportunity to extend the length of your course by an extra 3 months at no additional charges.

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