This course provides a general introduction and awareness to oil spills in the marine and shoreline
environment. It addresses the preparedness and response options available to an oil pollution incident in the context of the current best practices and thinking in the response to an oil spill.
The course is based on the new IMO OPRC Model Course - Level 0 – Basic Knowledge.
This course assumes that the participants have no experience in oil spill response or oil spill response preparedness but need an awareness of these subjects.
On successful completion of the course & oral examination, candidates will be able to work as a Deck Officer on Vessels of Unlimited Tonnage - STCW Reg II/1.More Information
This course is based on the requirements of Regulation II/4 of Chapter II, Section A-II, Table A-II/4, STCW-78 as amended in 1995 as mandatory requirements for Rating Forming Parts of Navigational Watch, navigation functions at the support level.More Information
UPGRADE YOUR Master on YACHTS <200GT Transport Malta Certificate, to Master of VESSELS <200GT. This course aims to give trainees the essential education and training to skipper a workboat less than 200 GT, carrying less than 12 passengers and any other operational limitations.More Information
Efficient Deckhand is a practical and theory-based course of which is designed to give students the necessary knowledge and skills to become a proficient seafarer onboard merchant ships.More Information
Suitable for people working in Hospitality who are directly involved in the preparation, production, and handling of food.More Information
The Course is designed for shore-based personnel working in the Malta Port Authority, within the Ship Agency Services sector, or as Freight Forwarding Agents, Terminal Operators and other maritime related service providers.More Information
On completion of this course the trainee should be able to recognize all dangers associated to mooring operation in marine terminal; moreover a candidate will be able to identify crucial principals that he shall follow in order to keep his position safe whilst rendering the maximum possible efficiency to a vessel being moored. Upon successful completion of the training, trainees shall be expected to have gained additional knowledge about the work being carried out be those onboard the vessel.More Information
IMO OPRC Level 1 - Operational This course is designed for all personnel who may be called upon to respond in an operational role during an oil spill response including at-sea, in the air, on the shoreline or inshore, on-land.More Information
IMO OPRC Level 2 – Tactical Level This course is designed for all personnel who may be called upon to manage and direct spill response operations. It is aimed at Incident Commanders, On-Scene Commanders, Supervisors and all those working in an incident command centre responding to an oil pollution incident.More Information
IMO OPRC Level 3 – Strategic Level This course is designed for all senior managers, administrators and senior officials who may be involved in determining preparedness and strategy in the response to an oil spill.More Information
The objective of the session is to start using Microsoft Excel in a more confident way for day-to-day tasks and familiarize yourself with basic formulae. The session is a practical workshop where participants practice the different functions being taught.More Information
Various amount of formulae will be covered and at the end of the session participants would be confident on using them in their day to day tasks. The course includes an explanation on how to delve into advanced formulae and how to nest them together. After this session, users will feel more confident to deal with large numbers of data. The session is a practical workshop where participants practice the different functions being taught.More Information