This is designed for shore side personnel who are involved in vessel mooring operation. The course provides participants with general knowledge on why vessels are moored as they are, the equipment used on the ship and shore, and the terminology used for mooring operations.
|Delivery Method:||100% online training and assessment|
|Designed for:||Dry Bulk Cargo Loading Terminal, Dry Bulk Carrier Unloading/Discharge Terminal, Tanker Loading Terminal, Tanker Loading/Discharge Terminal, Container Terminal, Ro/Ro Terminal, Passenger Terminal, Mooring Crew|
|Content Types:||Written material, images, videos, animation|
|Learning Outcomes:||Upon successful completion of this training, participants will:|
1. Be able to identify the external forces acting on a ship when at berth
2. Be able to differentiate the difference between headlines, sternlines, springs and breast lines
3. Appreciate the different material that mooring lines are constructed from.
4. Detail the method of counteracting forces through mooring line arrangement.
5. Understand the concept and implication of snapback.
|Assessment:||An assessment will be provided at the end of the course (fully online), you will have unlimited attempts to achieve the 100% pass mark.|
|References:||Mooring Equipment Guidelines (MEG)|
|Certification:||Australian Maritime College Completion Statement.|
|Duration:||Approximately 60 minutes|
|Compatibility:||Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Edge, Safari, Android Phone, iPhone, iPad|
|Product Code:||003-039 | Version 1, 11 May 2021|
|Enrolment:||Click the 'Apply' button to register for the course. Access to the online course will be provided on the next business day.|
|Course Preview:||Click here to review the online course|