Certificate in Classification and Statutory Surveys
Certificate in Classification and Statutory Surveys, Study Class and Statutory Surveying – key distance learning training and education course
Over the 12 weeks of the course you will explore:
- The different types of marine surveys in detail.
- Roles and responsibilities of the marine surveyor.
- The surveyors required knowledge of associated international laws and conventions.
- Business skills and report writing.
- The surveyor’s role in incident and accident investigation.
- Technical skills required for hull, structural and engineering surveys.
- Application of marine surveyor’s role in relation to specific cargoes or vessels.
- Qualification: Lloyd’s Maritime Academy Professional Development Certificate
- Delivery: Part-time Tutored Distance Learning
- Duration: 12 weeks
- Apply for this course via Lloyd’s Maritime Academy
- Understand the history, development and background of the classification society.
- Realise the importance of the statutory bodies within the marine surveying industry.
- Recognise the process of classifying vessels in their various states.
- Appreciate the problems with classing a vessel after construction.
- Understand the transfer procedure between classification societies and how it affects the survey.
- Recognise the steps undertaken in a class survey and how to prepare for them.
- Understand and prepare for statutory surveys
- Module 1 – Introduction to Classification and Statutory Surveys.
- Module 2 – Classification Societies and Their Role.
- Module 3 – Statutory bodies and Their Role.
- Module 4 – Classification of Vessels.
- Module 5 – Classification Surveys, What this involves and how to prepare for them.
- Module 6 – Statutory Surveys, what this involves and how to prepare for them.