Superintendent in the Shipbuilding

Live online course dedicated to the preparation of effective site-teams in shipyards, from the owner’s perspective: experts bring vast material and practical examples from the day-to-day activities in newbuilding, repair and retrofit activities

course-shipbuilding-yardThis online live course aims at providing engineers attending a shipyard as site-team members on behalf of the shipowner (newbuilding, repairs and retrofits) with the knowledge and skills to perform the large spectrum of activities required.

The course is designed with a practical approach, with many practical examples, showcases, with visual explanations (using a library of real examples from shipbuilding activities). Trainees will be working with checklists of inspections, checks, and measurements, and will be receiving guidelines from experts with a vast experience in the field on how to effectively interact with the shipyards, the makers and the Class representatives. 

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

Dates: 19th  & 20th October 2021

Duration: 10am to 4pm (CET) each day

Price: EUR 600 (plus VAT) per attendee.

This online live course aims at providing engineers attending a shipyard as site-team members on behalf of the shipowner (newbuilding, and new installations), with the knowledge and skills to perform the large spectrum of activities required. The course is designed with a practical approach, with examples and showcases using a library of real case studies from shipbuilding activities. Trainees will be working with inspection checklists, tests, and measurements, and will be receiving guidance from experts with a vast experience in the field, on how to effectively interact with shipyards, manufactures, and Class representatives.
- Criteria and qualifications for the selection of competent site team members
- 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
- Technical library of the site team
- 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
- Signed contract agreement & technical specifications
- Proper time scheduling for the site team
- Monitoring yard’s quality standards and practices
- Checklists for yard activities, outstandings closure
- Preparation for sea trials (inclining experiment and dwt survey)
- Sea trials: Methods and techniques for a unique / global set of trials
- Coordination between Yard, Class, Flag, Owners for the prompt delivery on planned dates
- Dealing with outstandings after ship’s delivery.
- Handling guarantee claims

Superintended engineers who are (or going to be) involved in site-teams in a shipbuilding yard on behalf of the shipowner.

RINA Certificate of attendance / Certification is issued upon successful completion of the final exam.