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Training courses for the shipping industry in 2018

15 February 2018/Categories: News, Events, Training

The EU SHIPSAN ACT has organised the following two courses for the shipping industry: 

  1. A distance learning course (on-line live streaming training course through a web platform) 29 May – 1 June 2018
  2. A face-to-face training course, 26-28 September 2018, in Thessaloniki, Greece 


You can choose to either follow the on-line live streaming training course that will be attended through a web platform or attend the face-to-face training course that will be held in Thessaloniki, Greece.
The two training courses (on-line and face-to-face) are identical in content and the only difference is the mode of delivery.


On-line live streaming training course
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Title:

Health and hygiene training course for the shipping industry

Purpose:

The EU SHIPSAN ACT training courses are designed to help you to perform your supervisory and training duties and to maintain a high standard of health and hygiene on board ships. 


Dates and time:

29 May – 1 June 2018

4 hours per day attending live webcasting and 1 hour per day for self-study and completing short assessments.

Total: 20 Hours


Who should attend?

     Managers with duties related to health and hygiene

     Ship officers working at a supervisory level

     In-house or contracted trainers responsible to deliver health and hygiene training to crew members


Course objectives:

     Demonstrate knowledge on the health and hygiene standards on ships, focusing on the European Manual for Hygiene Standards and Communicable Disease Surveillance on Passenger Ships.

     Be aware of the principles of hygiene and communicable disease prevention and control on ships as required in the European Union legislation, as well as in the international standards.

     Apply methods for supervising corrective actions implemented in response to non-conformities.

     Develop inter-department cooperation for implementing ship health and hygiene management plans.

     Develop plans for ensuring that risks have been identified, control measures are implemented by trained staff, and monitoring and corrective actions are in place.

     Apply health and hygiene training principles for crew member training on the ship.



Course methodology:

Half of the lessons focus on training and skills and half of the lessons focus on lectures of the various topics.  Trainees are given plenty of time to practice hands-on skills, as these will be utilized in the exercises.

The training approach of the course consists of:

     Lectures – instruction and theory on the subject matter

     Small group exercises – adapting theory

     Case studies – use of scenarios to exercise problem solving  

     Questions and answers – updating skills and knowledge

     Workbook – to accompany learning sessions

     Resources in the form of support documentation will be sent in an electronic format


Training topics:

The main topics to be covered are:

     Food safety

     Potable water safety

     Outbreak management and control

     Recreational water safety

     Nursery and play areas

     Pest management

     Hairdressers and beauty salons

     Hazardous substances

     Waste management


Assessment:

At the beginning and at the end of the training course, there will be an assessment. It will include multiple choice and short answer questions covering the topics discussed in the course.

Aim of the assessment: It is a tool to give a better idea of the trainees’ abilities and learning progress.


Administrative Information:

The cost for attendance at this course is 500 euros.


Certification:

A certificate of successful completion will be issued to participants who successfully pass the final assessment. You must attend all days and complete all modules to receive your certificate.


Registration:

Click on the following link to register on-line for the training course:

http://surveys.shipsan.eu/index.php/285216/lang-en


Registration deadline:

16 May 2018


Materials required:

This training course will be delivered in real time live broadcasting.

Basic requirements:

     PC, laptop, Mac, iPad or tablet

     Web browser

Further information regarding access to the on-line platform will follow after registration.


To get more information:

For any further information please contact us via email training@shipsan.eu


 Click here to download the course syllabus
Face-to-face course
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Title:

Health and hygiene training course for the shipping industry

Purpose:

The EU SHIPSAN ACT training courses are designed to help you to perform your supervisory and training duties and to maintain a high standard of health and hygiene on board ships. 



Dates and time:

26-28 September 2018

9.00 to 17:00    Total: 21 hours



Location:

Thessaloniki, Greece

(Venue location to be confirmed)



Who should attend?

     Managers with duties related to health and hygiene

     Ship officers working at a supervisory level

     In-house or contracted trainers responsible to deliver health and hygiene training to crew members



Course objectives:

     Demonstrate knowledge on the health and hygiene standards on ships, focusing on the European Manual for Hygiene Standards and Communicable Disease Surveillance on Passenger Ships.

     Be aware of the principles of hygiene and communicable disease prevention and control on ships as required in the European Union legislation, as well as in the international standards.

     Apply methods for supervising corrective actions implemented in response to non-conformities.

     Develop inter-department cooperation for implementing ship health and hygiene management plans.

     Develop plans for ensuring that risks have been identified, control measures are implemented by trained staff, and monitoring and corrective actions are in place.

     Apply health and hygiene training principles for crew member training on the ship.


Course methodology:

Half of the lessons focus on training and skills and half of the lessons focus on lectures of the various topics.  Trainees are given plenty of time to practice hands-on skills, as these will be utilized in the exercises.

The training approach of the course consists of:

     Lectures – instruction and theory on the subject matter

     Small group exercises – adapting theory

     Case studies – use of scenarios to exercise problem solving  

     Questions and answers – updating skills and knowledge

     Workbook – to accompany learning sessions

     Resources in the form of support documentation will be sent in an electronic format



Training topics

The main topics to be covered are:

     Food safety

     Potable water safety

     Outbreak management and control

     Recreational water safety

     Nursery and play areas

     Pest management

     Hairdressers and beauty salons

     Hazardous substances

     Waste management



Assessment:

At the beginning and at the end of the training course, there will be an assessment. It will include multiple choice and short answer questions covering the topics discussed in the course.

Aim of the assessment: It is a tool to give a better idea of the trainees’ abilities and learning progress.



Administrative Information:

The cost for attendance at this course is 500 euros. Coffee breaks and lunch will be provided by the organizers. Hotel accommodation and additional travel and transportation costs are the responsibility of the participant.



Certification:

A certificate of successful completion will be issued to participants who successfully pass the final assessment. You must attend the three days and participate in all modules to receive your certificate.



Registration:

Click on the following link to register on-line for the training course:

http://surveys.shipsan.eu/index.php/348187/lang-en



Registration deadline:

5 September 2018



To get more information:

For any further information please contact us via email training@shipsan.eu


 Click here to download the course syllabus



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