We proudly announce the commencement of the MLC course on the 31st March 2013.
-Learn the specific managerial fundamentals along with the practical tools and techniques conforming to the European Standards of the ILO.
-Certified and recognized by the International Training Centre (ITC- Italy) of the International Labor Organization (ILO).
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The Anchor Handling is one of the most dangerous tasks conducted in the offshore marine industry, even with modern ships and modern technologies accidents can still happen. PAEN uniquely provides the Offshore Simulation Training in the entire region. We represent both an unprecedented technological advance and an opportunity for the industry as a whole to raise its operational, safety and quality standards. PAEN has contracted with Transas, which is one of the leading simulator manufacturers in the world to construct and develop our simulator to deliver the training in an expert, realistic and efficient way.
skill and understanding of ECDIS and electronic charts to the thorough extent needed to safely navigate vessels whose primary means of navigation is ECDIS. The outcome of this course may be achieved through various methods, including simulation-based classroom and laboratory training, or in-service training, or combinations of these methods, such that each trainee is provided unshared access to a type-approved ECIS with ENC data for all required hours of practice and assessment in a controlled visual underway navigational environment.
This training aims to provide new delegates with the required knowledge to become a qualified DPO accredited by the Nautical Institute. Also the DP course is intended to build on the DP experience obtained in phases 1 and 2 of the Nautical Institute Scheme and to provide realistic DP-based simulated exercises including faults errors and failures, on a various types of DP vessels, Rigs. & data base areas in our offshore industry.
The DP was initialy used in the USA in the Moho project onboard the drilling vessel "Cuss 1" in the 1960's, after proven efficient many companies started to demand it and as a result several manufacturers started to develop the system to be more usable and accurate.
The need for the DP system is increasing by the day as the drilling for oil and gas is going further offshore and into deep water where no jack up can operate as well as anchored rigs. As the number of DP operated units increased, training requirements had been developed by the Nautical Institute and have been followed since then.
We at the E-Navigation DP center provide a new vision of training under the accreditation of the Nautical Institute using the most advanced equipment; we are committed to quality when it comes to training in order to provide a high level of training services.
Dynamic positioning operators (DPOs) will typically start out as watchkeeping deck officers. However, given appropriate supervision, other appropriate personnel can aspire to the position. Senior DPOs are always watchkeeping officers.
PAEN uniquely provides the Offshore Simulation Training in the entire region. We represent both an unprecedented technological advance and an opportunity for the industry as a whole to raise its operational, safety and quality standards. PAEN has contracted with Transas, which is one of the leading simulator manufacturers in the world to construct and develop our simulator as well as to provide training to our instructors and technicians in order to gain more experience from the best to deliver the training in an expert, realistic and efficient way. Our Transas simulator provides very high quality visualization in order to simulate the reality and put the trainee in a real feeling environment. The simulator provides trainings for Anchor Handling training, Towing training, Supply Vessel Handling training including cargo work.
o The simulator enables holding position & course; maneuvering in various sea conditions, anchor handling.
o The simulator features a detailed model of deck equipment, an accurate model of anchor handling operations, interactive control of operation conducting, and flexibility in constructing scenarios for various anchor-handling operations.
In addition to generic ECDIS training, Transas simulator enables equipment-specific training on real systems that are used onboard.
Fully integrated Transas tug simulator supports:
Offshore tugging and towing
Operating various anchor equipment
Oil rig and platforms movements
Ship assist work
The simulator provides realistic behavior of the vessel, rig and surrounding vessels, the simulator also includes deck crew conducting deck tasks and controlled by the instructor.