Crewing Operations for the Maritime Professional


    • To provide Participants with an Overview into Maritime Crewing Operations 
    • To Offer Participants an Insight Into the Regulatory Framework of Crewing
    • To Provide Awareness on the Stakeholders Relating to Seafarers Collective Agreements
    • To Provide Information on Necessary Seafarers Documentation
    • To Understand the Differences in Crewing for Conventional Ships and Offshore Vessels


    No pre-requisite


    • An Overview of Crewing Operations
    • Understanding the Legislative Frameworks & Requirements For Crewing
    • Understanding the Collective Bargaining Agreements, the Role of the International Transport Workers’ Federation, Unions and the Seafarers Employment Agreement
    • The Differences between Flag States & Port States and the role of the Classification Societies
    • Understanding Seafarers Documentation & Flag State Endorsements
    • Differentiating Crewing Operations for Conventional Ships & Offshore Vessels
    • Understanding Cabotage Policies of the Different Countries & Other Specific Requirements

Course Duration:

9 hours
  • Assessment

Payment Mode:

Cheque, Cash, PayNow and Telegraphic Transfer

Trainer/Trainee Ratio

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