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Maritime training delivered with expertise – Upcoming courses from LR in Greece

In this update, you will find our classroom courses scheduled for May 2023. 

Early booking offer: 5% reduction in fees for registration 25 days before each course.

Please get in touch if you have any specific training requirements or need further course information by contacting our training team at lloydspiraeustraining@lr.org

Click here to see all of our upcoming courses from May to June 2023.

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Training courses in May
A Practical Approach to STCW and crewing
This course focuses on a practical approach for understanding the requirements and the implementation process related to the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watch-keeping for Seafarers (STCW) as amended in 2010. This course is of value to shipping company personnel involved in manning & crew departments, superintendents and auditors.
5 May | 09:30 – 17:00 |  Athens |  €340+VAT

ISPS Code – Company Security Officer (CSO/SSO)
This three-day course will provide company (CSO) and ship (SSO) security officers with the skills and  knowledge to meet their obligations under the International Ship and Port Facility (ISPS) Code. This course is designed for company security officers responsible for overseeing fleet security and safety.
9-10-11 May | 09:30 – 17:00 |  Athens |  €1,155+VAT

ISM Code Awareness
This course is aimed at everyone whose duties involve safety, maintenance, and operations, including shipmanagers, personnel and crew managers, technical superintendents, designated persons, (ISM) auditors, masters and ships’ officers. The course is fully self-contained and is suitable for newcomers to the ISM Code however, if you have previously attended an auditor course, you will be able to apply and build on your existing knowledge.
16 May | 09:30 – 17:00 |  Athens |  €460+VAT

Oil Record Book Part I: Ensuring compliance and beyond
The course provides knowledge related to applicable MARPOL Annex I requirements and related statutory certification. It focuses on how correct Oil Record Book Part I entries should be made, and the common mistakes identified taking into account all the relevant MEPC circulars. The most common Paris MoU PSC deficiencies are also discussed and analysed.
17 May | 09:30 – 17:00 |  Athens |  €380+VAT

A practical approach to Port State Control Training
This 1-day course will help you prepare your documents, machinery, ship’s structural elements and crew for a PSC inspection. Improving your crew members’ knowledge of operational procedures, and managing crew behaviour during the inspection, will reduce the risk of delays and detention.
18 May | 09:30 – 17:00 |  Athens |  €460+VAT

The ISM Code and the Designated Person Ashore (DPA)
This course will give you the essential skills you need to deliver training courses with confidence. This course is designed for anyone teaching or preparing to teach technical or non-technical subjects to groups and individuals.
23-24 May | 09:30 – 17:00 |  Athens |  €930+VAT

Inventory Of Hazardous Materials
Lloyd’s Register offers a half-day course that helps you to understand the IHM compliance requirements. Shipowners and management companies, technical and quality managers, superintendents and others dealing with IHM and / or compliance issues, will benefit.
25 May | 10:00 – 14:00 |  Athens |  €250+VAT
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