MARPOL VI - Air Emissions | Marine training course

A solid comprehension of the IGF Code requirements

MARPOL Training Course

Considered as the bridge fuel to meet the future environmental targets of international shipping, the Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) is fast increasing its share as marine fuel.

While the environmental benefits of LNG are clear, the onboard handling of this new fuel is different compared to conventional marine fuels. We developed this course to increase the marine professionals’ knowledge in LNG.

The course discusses the regulatory framework (i.e. the International Code of Safety for Ship Using Gases or Other Low-flashpoint Fuels, IGF Code) as well as operational aspects such as the safe LNG bunkering, and maintenance and testing of the fuel containment system. 

Our team remains available to provide you with any further information you may need. Contact us by writing to global.marinetraining@rina.org.

Register for the next course:

Online courses

Duration: 10am to 4pm (CET) 

Price: EUR 300 (plus VAT, if applicable) 

Physical classroom at Greece's facilities

Duration: 10am to 5pm (Athens time)

Price: EUR 330 (plus VAT, if applicable)

Upon completion of the course the participant will be able to:

  1. understand and be updated with the latest regulatory requirements of MARPOL Annex VI and other relevaant IMO regulations for pollution prevention
  2. understand emission control requirements in special areas (ECA and other areas)
  3. understand energy efficiency requirements (SEEMP and EEDI) and optimize various shipboard operations to reduce carbon emissions and fuel consumption

- Definitions, general obligations and requirements in MARPOL Convention

- Relevant Surveys and Certification for Annex VI

- MARPOL Annex VI Special areas: definition and requirements

- Last amendments and revisions in MARPOL requirements

- Detailed analysis of the requirements of the Annex VI of MARPOL (Air Pollution): requirements for Ozone-depleting substances, NOx emmissions from internal combustion engines, EIAPP and general requirements, fuel management with the purpose to deal with sulphur limitation requirements, ECA, emission in Special areas, Emission from Incenerators: management and relevant requirements and volatile Organic Compounds requirements

Professionals  in  the  maritime  industry,  including  maritime  companies  shore  personnel  and  crew,  naval  architects  and  marine  engineers,  PSC  officers  and  inspectors,  that  need  to  be  aware  of  the  MARPOL  VI  requirements  and  implementation and wish to optimize various shipboard operations.
RINA Attendance Certificate.