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Regulatory Inspection of Recreational Craft How to be a Collaborating Entity inspector
14 January – 18 April 2014 (50 Hours)
Training of inspectors to carry out the inspections authorised by the Ministry of Development. Inspectors who sucessfully complete the course will have acquired the minimum knowledge required and will be in a position to immediately join one of the collaborating entitites defined in Royal Decree 1434/1999.
The course is intended mainly – but not exclusively – for:
- Engineers or Naval Technical Engineers and people holding Degrees or Diplomas in Nautical Sciences, who wish to acquire the knowledge and skills to become part of a collaborative entity.
- Shipbuilders, repairers, nautical firms, shipyards.
- Managers of nautical federations, sports associations, yacht clubs or marinas.
- Consultants, insurers, legal experts, marine surveyors, agencies and other professionals from the nautical world who are involved with recreational craft
- Jesús Blanco, Naval Engineer, Head of Naval Inspection of EUROCONTROL, S.A.
- Victoria Abián, Naval Technical Engineer and Deputy Head of Naval Inspection of EUROCONTROL, S.A.
- Xavier Albuixech, B. Sc in Nautical Science, Naval Inspector at EUROCONTROL, S.A.
PART I: REGULATORY INSPECTION AND ITS REGULATIONS
- MARITIME AUTHORITIES AND INSPECTION ENTITIES
- REGULATORY INSPECTIONS AND THEIR REGULATIONS
- TYPES OF SURVEY
- TYPES OF DEFICIENCIES: MINOR, SERIOUS, VERY SERIOUS
- ENGINE CHANGE AND RENOVATION WORK
- CHANGING NAVIGATION ZONES AND INCREASING THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE ONBOARD
PART II. ITEMS TO BE INSPECTED
- VESSEL DOCUMENTATION
- SAFETY MATERIAL
- FIRE-FIGHTING SYSTEMS
- GAS FIXTURES
- BILGE SYSTEM
- SEACOCKS AND THROUGH-HULL FITTINGS
- NAUTICAL MATERIAL AND ASSORTED WEAPONRY
- POLLUTION PREVENTION
- ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
- THE HULL. OSMOSIS.
- PROPULSION AND AUXILIARY ENGINES
- ANCHORS AND MOORING EQUIPMENT
- CORROSION AND CATHODIC PROTECTION
- NAVIGATION LIGHTS
- RADIO AND COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
PART III ASSESSMENT – END OF COURSE PROJECT
Study materials will be sent to the student’s email address. STUDENTS must perform regular self-assessments, which the teachers will correct in the established order. The course ends with a practical, inspection-related assignment.
PRICE OF THE COURSE:
|Price: 450 € + 21% VAT
Any students who register before 25th December 2013 will get a 20% discount.Enrollment terms and conditions:
To apply for registration, please complete this form, and then enroll by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the SUBJECT: <Curso ITB 2014_NameOfStudent> and attach the bank transfer receipt.
To reserve a place, 40% of the fee must be paid at the time of enrollment. Available places will be allocated in strict order of completion of the application form, but will only be confirmed upon receipt of the full price of the course, which may be paid up to 48 hours before it starts.
The enrollment fee includes the course documentation and personalized on-line tutorials at the scheduled time, as well as a certificate issued by the EUROCONTROL training department, attesting to the student’s participation, their mark and the course syllabus.
Enrollment cannot be cancelled once completed, but students can apply to have the period of time allowed for completing the course extended by no more than 2 months.
FORM OF PAYMENT:
By bank transfer to the BBVA current account no. 0182-2000-29-0101502065, indicating “curso ITB 2014”. (Please ask us about other forms of payment).
Note for companies:
If you intend the reclaim the course fees from the Tripartite Foundation, please bear in mind that, in this case, the enrollment deadline is 27th December.