MLC 2006 TRAINING COURSE

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MLC 2006 TRAINING COURSE

Code No: 878

Guided Learning Hours: 12 hours

CBT

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This training course provides an outline of the purpose of the Convention, what it contains and how it works. It encourages thought and understanding about what it means for the individual and their role within their organisation. It offers the opportunity to get up to speed with the legislative changes of the Maritime Labour Convention 2006 and the implications it will have on all those working in the shipping industry. Enrolling on this program demonstrates enhanced knowledge of the Convention and enthusiasm for the new challenges and opportunities it poses.

Target users

The program is for all of those who need a detailed understanding of the Convention and what it means for their particular organisation or role. Users will be one of the following:

Shipping Company Managers

Ships' Masters

Manning Agents

Port State Control Inspectors

Officials of Flag States and Labour Supply Countries

Course outcomes

Those who successfully complete the program will: Understand the details of how the Convention affects them Review the steps which need to be taken to ensure that their organisation or, in the case of Masters, their ship, complies with the Convention's requirements

Course Breakdown

The course takes 4-12 hours to complete depending on the modules used. It requires no prerequisites.

Introduction

All users complete the Introduction and then select the relevant module from the other four.

  • Module 1: Manning Agents
  • Module 2: Members
  • Common Responsibilities
  • Labour Supply Countries
  • Port States
  • Flag States
  • Module 3: Ships' Masters
  • Module 4: Shipping Company Managers
  • Certification

    Videotel issues a standard course certificate on successfully completing the final test.

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