Maritime Education (ME).

ME has been established in late 2011 to group and focus HMC’s activities in education and knowledge sharing. Transport engineering experience that is gained in the other two business units for over 25 years is made available to the industry via courses in for instance transport engineering and warranty surveying. Regular education is also supported with cases, guest lectures and co-makership traineeships in close cooperation with local schools and universities.
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Course dates

1- Marine Warranty Surveying (MWS)

Two Days Course – Level 1

Three Days Course – Level 2, Advanced

The starting date is on Thursday the 5th / January / 2023

 

2- Transport Engineering Towage & Shipping

Three Days Course

The starting date is on Wednesday the 25th / January / 2023

 

3- Naval Architecture for non-Naval Architects

Two Days Course

The starting date is on Monday the 13th  / March

/ 2023

The starting date is on Monday the 18th / September / 2023

 

4- Anchor Handling

Three Days Course

Four Days Course  

The starting date is on Wednesday the 25th / May / 2023

 

 

 

 

Course Materials 

all educational activities performed by hmc are based on its internally developed course materials. these materials consist of a collection of presentations, assignments, books and working materials. besides these materials, hmc developed two bookwork’s: ´naval architecture for non-naval architects´ provides an introduction in naval architecture. the second bookwork is called ´notes for marine surveyors´. this bookwork teaches how a surveyor should examine plans, equipment, operations, and ships and learns how one should report and act on deficiencies. an index of the books’ topics is available upon request.

Guest Lectures 

For schools and universities HMC offers guest lectures to give students a practical insight on problems encountered in the industry of heavy offshore transport. As we are committed to enhance and increase regular educational quality, HMC is happy to provide students with guest lectures and real-life cases. If you are a teacher at an educational organization and you wish to have a guest lecture on transport engineering, please contact us.

Maritime Education Content 

1. Marine Warranty Surveying

2. Transport Engineering Shipping and Towing

3. Anchor Handling

4. Naval architect for non-naval architects

marine warranty surveying

Marine Warranty Surveying (MWS) is about all technical aspects required to successfully and safely execute a variety of offshore transport operations. Amongst others, the main topics comprise of:

An introduction within the world of Marine Warranty Surveying

Introduction to naval engineering Hull strength and ship stability

Hull strength and ship stability

Maritime rules and regulations regarding safe offshore transport

Engineering and calculation of maritime operation

In addition to the technical content, the course focuses on rules and regulations of Marine Warranty Surveyors as well:

DNV regulations regarding safe ocean transport 

Report writing

Duties & tasks of warranty surveyor

 

 

 

Transport engineering Shipping and towing

Transport Engineering Towage & Shipping (TESS) is about all technical aspects required to successfully and safely execute a variety of offshore transport operations. Amongst others, the main topics comprise of:

Role of the transport engineer

Introduction to naval engineering

Hull strength

Ship stability

Maritime rules and regulations regarding safe offshore transport

Engineering and calculation of maritime operations

 

 

Naval architect for non-naval architects

For non-technical staff who want to gain a better understanding of Naval Architecture and the shipbuilding industry.

For technical professionals in other disciplines who want to work in the maritime industry.

Those who regularly have contact with shipping companies, ship owners and shipyards will benefit from this course.

Naval Architecture for Non-naval Architects is all about learning and understanding the basic techniques and knowledge of naval architecture. The course enables you to be successful within the maritime industry. The main topics include :

• Ship and ship types

Hull form of a ship

• Ship design

• Stability

• Ship resistance and propulsion

• Ship constructions

• Ship motions & vibrations

• The yard processes

• General knowledge in naval architecture

 

 

anchor handling

Anchor handling requires special equipment and skills, not only in performance of the anchor handling operations, but also in preparing the projects.

• Establish the best operational practices and methodical approach to the development of new generation Anchor Handling Tugs

• Demonstrate positioning and station keeping

• Monitor stability during anchor handling (the interaction between the towline force, direction of the force, connection point and propulsion power)

• Accurately specific control of the loads on winch, stoppers, deck 

• Understand environmental conditions and restrictions and learn how to determine the environmental restrictions

• Improve and understand safety and equipment handling

• Learn skills on deck and awareness (on the hazards) emergency and precaution measures 

• Apply hydrographic and nautical equipment for heading control and water depth key issues for anchor handling and the consequence for the connections on the FPSO or GBS

• Rig moves of JU Rigs, Semi’s, FPSO’s and GBS

Hydrographic and Marine Consultants (HMC) B.V. 

Operetteweg 4 – 1323 VA

Almere-Stad

The Netherlands

+31 (0) 36 5464775