Cursos Oferecidos

DP Básico

DP (DYNAMIC POSITIONING) BÁSICO       

É a primeira etapa do programa de qualificação para quem deseja tornar-se DPO (Operador de Sistema de Posicionamento Dinâmico). Serão ministrados os conceitos básicos sobre o princípio de operação, geração de energia, thrusters, sensores, sistema de alarmes, etc.

 Programa de Treinamento:

- Conhecimento dos princípios de DP;
- Habilidade de configurar e operar o equipamento DP e os sensores de posição;
- Habilidade de reconhecer alarmes e avisos;
- Conhecimento do sistema total de DP;
- Conhecimento de capability plots, consequence analisys, footprints, etc

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Público-Alvo:
-  A qualificação mínima será seguida pelas Regras STCW II/1 - II/2 - II/3 (Deck) e III/1 – III/2 – III/3 (Máquina).
- Praticantes de Náutica e Máquinas podem iniciar o processo de certificação para DPO, completando somente o curso Básico e a Familiarização de 30 dias antes de receberem o certificado de Competência STCW. O curso Avançado e a experiência de watchkeeping só podem ser concluídos após o Certificado de Competência estar em mãos.

Certificação:
Certificado de Curso de DP Básico reconhecido pelo The Nautical Institute e Logbook.

 

DP BASIC         


OBJECTIVE


After the course, the successful participants are able to:
• Define the principles of DP
• Recognise the component parts of a DP system
• Understand the relationship between vessel movement, position reference systems, sensors, computers, propulsion units and feedback
• Understand the concept of redundancy
• Understand the DP modes of control
• Describe the operation of sensors and common position reference systems
• Describe the operation of computers
• Describe propulsion units, types and configurations
• Understand power supply, redundancy and management.
• Practice communication and watch handover procedures

ENTRY REQUIREMENT


With reference to NI’s circular 004/2011, dated 02.12.2011. See also: http://www.nautinst.org/.

• The Minimum qualification to be set at STCW Regulation II/1 - II/2 - II/3 Deck and Regulation III/1 - III/2 - III/3 Engine.
• Alternative appropriate marine vocational qualification will be considered on a case by case basis.
• Prospective DPOs, who are in the process of training for an STCW certificate, can start the DP scheme and complete Basic (Induction) course and 30 days Familiarisation only.
Participants not qualifying for entry into the Nautical Institutes DP Operator Certification scheme may follow the course, but will not participate in the NI examination and will be issued a certificate of attendance for a “DP Awareness Course

TARGET GROUP

Navigators, DP operator trainees and other users of DP systems who would like to start the Nautical Institute’s DP Operator Certification Scheme.

DURATION

5 days

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

Maximum 8

CONTENT

DP CONTROL STATION

 Define Dynamic Positioning and use of same
 Define main components in the DP system and role of same, including advantages and disadvantages in the use of the DP
 Discuss concept of mathematical model and consequence analysis.

POWER GENERATION AND MANAGEMENT

 Describe the power generation and distribution arrangements in a typical hybrid diesel/ diesel-electric DP vessel, with particular reference to system redundancy as described in IMO MSC Circ. 645 and vessel FMEA
 Describe the functions of a power management system as installed on Class 2 and Class 3 DP vessels and explain the concept of available power and spinning reserve in worst case failure
 Describe the provision of uninterruptible power supply to the DP system

PROPULSION UNITS
 Describe the types of propulsion systems commonly installed in DP equipped vessel POSITION REFERENCE SYSTEMS
 Describe the operation, principles and limitations of position reference systems in general SENSORS (HEADING, MOTION,

ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXTERNAL)

 Describe all sensor inputs, how they work, what they do and limitations
 Describe the use of external force reference systems such as hawser tension, plough cable tension and pipe tension monitoring. DP

OPERATIONS

 Describe/explain the need for procedures, checklists and logbook entries, emergency and contingency planning.
 Describe the alarm messages provided on the DP system displays and on the DP printer, and recognize the alarms/warnings associated with loss of redundancy after worst case failure.
 Explain the use of worksite diagrams using Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) coordinates, projections and datum
 List various providers of documentation and classification societies
 Describe the hazards associated with DP operations conducted in areas with very deep water, shallow water and/or strong tidal conditions

PRACTICAL OPERATION OF A DP SYSTEM

 Demonstrate the correct procedure for setting up on DP, and maneuvering in the different modes

 TEACHING METHOD

The training will be a combination of theoretical lessons and practical exercises. During the course each participant will have his own operator station with DP software.

CONFIRMATION
The course coordination confirms the enrolment in writing, which is then considered binding.

ASSESSMENT

The participants’ knowledge will be tested by the NI’s online examination system at the end of the course.

CERTIFICATE

The DP Basic Operator course is the first phase of the Nautical Institute (NI) DP Operator Certification Scheme. The course participants will be issued with the NI Dynamic Positioning Operator’s Log Book and a Certificate upon successful completion of the course.

LANGUAGE

The course documentation is written in English and the course will be held in English, unless otherwise agreed.

APPROVAL

We certified by The Nautical Institute of London since 2009 to deliver DP Basic and Advanced courses.

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DP Avançado

DP (DYNAMIC POSITIONING) AVANÇADO       

Aos alunos que completaram o curso básico e que já possuem a experiência mínima de 30 dias como assistente de operador de DP, este curso permitirá o desenvolvimento da parte prática, através de exercícios de simulação que reproduzem diversas condições de emergência, entendimento sobre os tipos de falhas e suas consequencias, incluindo as margens de segurança a serem utilizadas em função das condições metereológicas.

Programa de Treinamento:
- Conhecimento prático no planejamento, conduta e execução das operações DP;
- Habilidade de usar e interpretar corretamente os diagramas e planejar detalhadamente cada estágio de uma operação, assim como se planejar para uma variedade de emergências;
- Habilidade de demonstrar compreensão e competência em diversos cenários simulados usando o simulador de DP. Isso inclui o manuseio de operações normais e situações envolvendo falhas e emergências.
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Público-Alvo:
- Oficiais que já tenham feito o curso Básico e completado a Familiarização de 30 dias a bordo e terem preenchido as tarefas do Logbook (DP Familiarization Log).


Praticantes de Náutica e Máquinas podem iniciar o processo de certificação para DPO, completando somente o curso Básico e a Familiarização de 30 dias antes de receberem o certificado de Competência STCW. O curso Avançado e a experiência de watchkeeping só podem ser concluídos após o Certificado de Competência estar em mãos.

 

CURSO DE DP (DYNAMIC POSITIONING) AVANÇADO       


OBJECTIVE


After the course, the successful participants are able to:

• By use of simulator equipment, demonstrate ability to set up and operate DP system, including special functions as Auto track, follow target, minimum power heading mode, sensors and associated position reference systems
• Demonstrate ability to carry out a DP operation. This includes planning using all relevant information, contingency planning, worksite approach, use of checklists, communication, DP watch schedule, DP hand over and DP logbook requirements
• Ability to describe the limitations of the DP systems during operations in shallow and deep waters
• Ability to recognise conditions that will cause degraded or emergency status and recognise warning and alarms associated with Worst Case Failure
• Demonstrate correct behaviour in connection with failures and take appropriate action to stabilize the vessels position after a failure

ENTRY REQUIREMENT


Attendance on an approved Dynamic Positioning Basic course and a passed NI online examination followed by the following DP seatime days:
• DPO training started AFTER 1st of January 2015: Min. 60 days and completion of ALL task sections, which must be signed by vessel master
• DPO training started BEFORE 1st of January 2015: Min. 30 days and completion of relevant task sections, which must be signed by vessel master
• Logbook must be presented on the first day of the course as proof
• Re. STCW Regulation requirements please refer to the “DP Training Certification scheme – 2015” section 2. page 7 on the NI website

TARGET GROUP

DP operator trainees.

DURATION

5 days

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

Maximum 6

CONTENT

The training is as outlined by the Nautical Institute Scheme of Training. The Simulator course principally involves simulated DP operations allowing the participants to apply the lessons learnt in both the DP Induction Basic course and the subsequent DP seatime days. It covers the following topics:
• Practical operation of the DP system
• DP alarms, warnings and emergency procedures
• Study of DP incidents
• Construction and use of work site diagrams, charts and vessel templates for use in DP operations
• Preparation of plans for a projected DP operation, contingency plans for expected deviations and emergencies
• Participation in simulated situations in a variety of DP operations while handling routine and emergency situations
• Risk and safety analysis, and defining DP equipment classes
• The DP system’s utilisation of position measurements and tests on position reference systems
• New development in DP systems including position reference systems and control systems

 TEACHING METHOD

The training will be a combination of theoretical lessons and practical exercises. During the course each participant will have his own operator station with DP software.

CONFIRMATION
The course coordination confirms the enrolment in writing, which is then considered binding.

ASSESSMENT

The participants’ knowledge will be tested by the NI’s online examination system at the end of the course.

CERTIFICATE

The DP Advanced Operator course is the third phase of the Nautical Institute (NI) DP Operator Certification Scheme. The course participants will be issued with the NI Dynamic Positioning Operator’s Certificate upon successful completion of the course.

LANGUAGE

The course documentation is written in English and the course will be held in English, unless otherwise agreed.

APPROVAL

We certified by The Nautical Institute of London since 2009 to deliver DP Basic and Advanced courses

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DP Refresher

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OBJECTIVE

The Refresher Course aims to refresh and update the Operator’s knowledge and allow them to brush up their skills in a realistic, safe and challenging environment. Course participants should demonstrate through simulator exercise that they can recognize, analyze and respond to alarms, warnings and information massages and are capable of reacting correctly to circumstances leading to a catastrophic failure of equipment and/or loss of position. He/she should be capable of planning and conducting a DP operation, including risk assessment, contingency planning and an assessment of the vessel capability.

The training will be a combination of theoretical lessons and bridge simulator exercises. Participants will be updated of information concerning rules, recommendations and regulations for DP Operations, DP vessels and DP Operators, and recent incidents will be discussed to identify “lessons learned”.



The course instructor will identify areas of weakness in knowledge as early in the course as possible by questioning their individual experiences and throughout the course by daily testing.

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENT

Participants must hold a valid Nautical Institute Limited or Unlimited DP Certificate

TARGET GROUP

Officers working on DP equipment offshore vessels performing operations where DP knowledge and experience are highlighted.


DURATION
4 days

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS
Maximum 8 people


LANGUAGE
The course documentation is written in English and the course will be held in English, unless otherwise agreed.


CONTENT

  Update on DP rules, regulations and guidelines
  DP principles/functionality
  Elements of Dynamic Positioning Systems
  DP Subsystems
  DP Classes
  Update on knowledge of new position reference systems, possibilities and limitations
  Environment sensors and ancillary equipment
  FMEA and Annual DP Trials
  DP Alarms, warnings and emergency procedures
  Power generation and supply
icon circle2  DP related incidents from IMCA and use of incident reports
  Operation planning using DP
  Position reference systems
  Use of status lights
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icon circle  Best practice watch keeping during DP operations

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ECDIS

ECDIS (ELECTRONIC CHART DISPLAY AND INFORMATION SYSTEM)         

O Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) é um instrumento de navegação altamente avançado e poderoso, projetado especificamente para melhorar a segurança no mar. Com o uso crescente de ECDIS, a forma tradicional de papel carta de navegação poderá ser substituída. Para treinar adequadamente o pessoal responsável, a IMO desenvolveu os padrões de treinamento de Operador de ECDIS.

Objetivo
Aquele que concluir com êxito o curso deve ser capaz de demonstrar conhecimento suficiente, habilidade e compreensão da Navegação em ECDIS e das cartas eletrônicas para realizar as funções de oficial de navegação definida pelo Código STCW, conforme emenda. Estes conhecimentos e habilidades devem incluir conforme tabela A-II do STCW, mas não se limitam a:
    - O conhecimento da capacidade e limitações das operações ECDIS, e todos os  sub-tópicos indicados;
    - Proficiência em operação, interpretação e análise das informações obtidas a partir do ECDIS, e todos os sub-tópicos indicados;
    - Gestão de procedimentos operacionais, arquivos de sistema e de dados, e todos os sub-tópicos indicados.

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Programa de Treinamento:
Este modelo de curso pretende proporcionar o conhecimento, a habilidade e a compreensão do ECDIS e cartas eletrônicas para a extensão completa necessária para navegar com segurança as embarcações cujo meio de navegação principal é ECDIS. O curso enfatiza tanto a aplicação e aprendizagem de ECDIS em uma variedade de contextos em andamento.

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O curso foi projetado para atender os requisitos da Convenção STCW no uso de ECDIS, revisto pelas alterações Manila 2010, especificamente no que se aplicar às  tabelas A-II / 1, A-II / 2 e A-II / 3, e também para revisão das orientações relativas à formação e avaliação no uso operacional de ECDIS na tabela BI (parágrafos 36 a 66), a avaliação de quarto de navegação, e avaliação de competências, ambos na tabela B-II.

Público Alvo/Documentação Necessária:
Oficiais de Náutica com Certificado de Competência STCW Regra II/1, II/2 ou II/3 válido.

Certificação
- Uma evidência documental deve ser emitida para aqueles que tenham concluído com sucesso este curso, indicando que o titular concluiu o treinamento no uso de navegação e operação da Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS) com base no modelo IMO Model Course 1.27.

Vision Marine Certificado Ilhas Marshall (2)

 

 

 

ECDIS IMO Model Course 1.27           

OBJECTIVE

To those who successfully complete the course should be able to demonstrate sufficient knowledge, skill and understanding of ECDIS navigation and electronic charts to undertake the duties of a navigational watch officer defined by STCW Code. This knowledge, skill and understanding should be in accordance with IMO Model Course 1.27, but is not limited to:

• Knowledge of the capability and limitations of ECDIS operations, and all indicated sub-topics
• Proficiency in operation, interpretation, and analysis of information obtained from ECDIS, and all indicated sub-topics
• Management of operational procedures, system files and data, and all indicated sub-topics

ENTRY REQUIREMENT

It is assumed that trainees participating in this course have accomplished some formal instruction in Terrestrial Navigation, have at minimum some familiarization with visual navigation, have accomplished a period of supervised bridge watch-keeping duties, and have prior completion of basic Radar/ARPA (MC 1 .07). Trainees should also have considerable familiarization with personal computing operating systems.

TARGET GROUP

Navigational watch officers, experienced nautical officers and other persons with responsible duties in navigational work.

DURATION

5 days

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

Maximum 8

CONTENT

The course is developed in accordance with IMO Model Course 1.27 “The Operational Use of ECDIS”:
• Legal aspects and requirements
• Main types of electronic charts
• ECDIS data
• Presentation of data
• Sensors
• Basic navigational functions
• Special functions for route planning
• Special functions for route monitoring
• Updating of charts and routes
• Additional navigational functions and indications
• Errors in displayed data
• Errors of interpretation
• Status information, warnings and alarms
• Voyage documentation
• System integrity monitoring
• ECDIS back-up
• Dangers of over-reliance on ECDIS

 TEACHING METHOD

The training will be a combination of theoretical lessons and practical exercises.

CONFIRMATION
The course coordination confirms the enrolment in writing, which is then considered binding.

ASSESSMENT

The participants’ knowledge will be tested at the end of the course.

CERTIFICATE

The course yields ECDIS IMO Model 1.27 Course (Generic course) certificate upon successful completion.

LANGUAGE

The course documentation is written in English and the course will be held in English (Marshal Islands).

The course documentation is written in Portuguese and the course will be held in Portuguese (Brazilian Navy).

APPROVAL

We’re certified by Marshal Islands Authority since May 2013 and by Brazilian Authority since 14/11/2014 according to Portaria 274/DPC.

 

EGPO

EGPO – Curso Especial de Gerenciamento de Passadiço para Oficiais     download   download3

OBJECTIVE

The trainees who successfully complete this course will have gained experience in handling ships under various conditions and will make a more effective contribution to the bridge team during ship manoeuvering in normal and emergency situations. In particular, trainees will gain:
• Familiarization with the use of engines and helm for ship manoeuvering.
• An understanding of the effects on the behavior of the ship of wind, current, shallow water, banks and narrow channels and condition of loading.
• A greater awareness of the importance of planning a passage or manoeuverand the need for an alternative plan.
• A greater understanding and awareness of efficient bridge procedures and bridge teamwork during watchkeeping and ship handling, in normal and in emergency situations.
• A greater awareness and understanding of a good interactive communication style and benefit of building up a common shared mental model of the planned passage.



ENTRY REQUIREMENT

Trainees wishing to enter this course should have a minimum of six months watchkeeping experience as officer in charge of a navigational watch and should also have completed a course of training which meets or exceeds the standard set out in IMO Assembly resolution A.483 (XII), Training in radar observation and plotting (see IMO model course 1.07).

TARGET GROUP
Navigational watch officers, experienced nautical officers and other persons with responsible duties in navigational work.


DURATION
5 days

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS
Maximum 8 people


CONTENT
The course is developed in accordance with IMO Model Course 1.22 “Ship Simulator and Bridge Teamwork”.
• Review of basic principles
• Familiarization with the bridge
• Standard manoeuvres
• Wind and current effects
• Attitude
• Cultural Awareness
• Briefing and Debriefing
• Challenge and Response
• Shallow-water effects
• Bank, channel and interaction effects
• Planning
• Authority
• Management on the bridge
• Workload and stress
• Anchoring and single-buoy mooring
• Human factor in error
• Decision making
• Crisis management
• Planning and carrying out a voyage in normal and emergency situations


TEACHING METHOD
The training will be a combination of theoretical lessons and practical exercises.

CONFIRMATION
The course coordination confirms the enrolment in writing, which is then considered binding.


ASSESSMENT
The participants’ knowledge will be tested at the end of the course.

CERTIFICATE
The course participants will be issued with the Certificate upon successful completion of the course.


LANGUAGE
The course documentation is written in Portuguese and the course will be held in Portuguese.

APPROVAL
We’re certified by Brazilian Authority since 11/11/2016 according to Portaria 353/DPC.

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MEM

MEM - Major emergency management          


OBJECTIVE


The aim of the MEMIR Training is to equip personnel with formal training in command, control, communications and stressrelated factors in the management of major emergencies. In addition, this programme also provides initial emergency management training for personnel who are undertaking a training and competence programme to progress to the role of an emergency response manager.


The objectives of the MEMIR Training are that delegates will be able to:

a) Understand the key factors of preparing for, responding to, and maintaining control throughout the development or escalation of an emergency situation.
b) Learn how to manage communication, emergency-related information and put into place predetermined plans at the point when the emergency alarm has been raised, to the point when the emergency manager is assured that the emergency is over.
c) Understand how stress can impact on individuals and team performance during emergencies.
d) Have the opportunity to role-play as the emergency manager in a number of specific types of emergency scenarios is a key element of the training programme and is backed up by constructive feedback from the course instructional team.

ENTRY REQUIREMENT


All delegates will be asked to complete a medical questionnaire prior to course commencement.

TARGET GROUP

Personnel who are either designated as being in charge of, are members of, or provide support to an emergency management team in an emergency.

DURATION

4 days

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

Maximum 6

CONTENT

• Planning
• Risk Analysis and Resource Utilization
• Leadership and Teamwork
• Time Outs
• Stress
• Communication with agencies
• Decision Making
• Assertiveness
• Validation of data
• Use of Drawings
• Escape Routes
• Boundaries
• Escalation
• Shutdown facilities
• Procedures
• Public address

 TEACHING METHOD

The training will be a combination of theoretical lessons and practical exercises.

CONFIRMATION
The course coordination confirms the enrolment in writing, which is then considered binding.

ASSESSMENT

The participants’ knowledge will be appraised during the course.

CERTIFICATE

The course participants will be issued with the Certificate upon successful completion of the course.

LANGUAGE

The course documentation is written in English and the course will be held in English, unless otherwise agreed.

APPROVAL

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