Newbuilding Superintendent – Site team Familiarization | Marine training course

Acquire the required knowledge and skills to conduct daily tasks as a superintendent or site team member during the newbuilding process at shipyards.

Newbuilding SuperintendentThe newbuilding process for vessels demands a synergy of shipping, ship management, and shipbuilding knowledge and experience. The site team, representing shipowners in a newbuilding project, must be well-prepared and knowledgeable about technology and safety aspects related to the design, materials, and classification of the new vessel.

If you are a superintendent engineer already involved or about to be involved in site teams at a shipbuilding yard on behalf of the shipowner, enroll in this course to gain the knowledge and skills required for the diverse range of activities involved.

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Online course

Duration: 2 days

Price: EUR 600 (plus VAT, if applicable)

Physical classroom at Greece's facilities

Duration: 2 days

Price: EUR 650 (plus VAT, if applicable)

This course aims to offer site team members (representing the shipowner in newbuilding and new installations) attending a shipyard a condensed overview of their responsibilities and duties. Participants will be informed about the relevant regulatory frameworks and requirements in shipbuilding and will acquire skills in newbuilding management.

The course is designed with a practical approach, incorporating examples and showcases using a library of real case studies from shipbuilding activities.

Training and familiarization for the site team
Equipment, measuring tools and instruments
Site team communication with the shipyard and the shipping company
Records kept, progress reports produced by the site team, contents, and standard reporting
Procedures, precautions, conditions for effective and integrated daily inspections
Daily quality inspections, checks, and measurements in the shipyard
Owners’ comments recording/submission
Cooperation with Class surveyors
Site team members participation in equipment shop tests
Owners’ drawings, plan approval activities
Proper time scheduling for the site team
Monitoring yard’s quality standards and practices
Machinery rules
Checklists for yard activities, outstandings closure
Sea trials: Preparation, methods and techniques
Coordination between Yard, Class, Flag, Owners for the prompt delivery on planned dates
Dealing with outstandings after ship’s delivery
Handling guarantee claims
- New Building Superintendents
- Shipyard Technical personnel
- Maritime shore personnel
- Technical and Marine Superintendents
- Fleet Managers
- Technical Managers
- Masters and Chief Engineers
RINA Attendance Certificate.