Ship Superintendent (Technical)

Did You Know?

How well do you know your vessel’s machinery and maintenance programs?

  • Your planned maintenance system(PMS) on board
  • Evaluating the performance of your main engine(s)
  • Designating and supplying critical spares
  • Safe working practices for all repairs/maintenance

Ship Superintendent is one of the most prominent choices of all the other marine jobs present in the market today. A Ship Superintendent’s role and scope, is wide ranging and requires complete alertness and vigilance because of the great responsibilities bestowed upon him. Specialized superintendent training is necessary to become good and successful ship superintendents.

This program is a comprehensive training portfolio consisting of seven courses for a Port Engineer. The courses provide the necessary management skills to supervise and support ship operations, and upkeep and maintenance from ashore. All the courses meet DNVs Competence of Ship Superintendents, 3.301, element 3 standards.

Course Topics:

Hull, Machinery & Maintenance:
Ship Structure, Inspection, Machinery, Safety Culture

Technical Equipment and Control Systems:
Why Control Systems, Control Systems Operations, Control System Failures, What is Technical Equipment? Safe Working Load, Requirements, Responsibilities, Hull, Machinery, Repair Specification