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Nautical Stream ILOs

Maritime Safety & Environmental Protection Management Stream

1.Knowledge and Understanding
By the end of the program, cadet should be able to:
A1)  Understand the concepts and principles of  the maritime safety management .
A2) know the rules and  regulations regulating the safe operation for the protection of marine environment against shipping and marine land based pollution.
A3) Define risks facing the marine  environment and  the safe operation .
A4) define the main factors that plays role to regulate the running of safe operations .
2.Intellectual Skills
By the end of the program, cadet should be able to:
B1) Classify ways to decrease hazards.
B2) Illustrate methods to reduce damage to the maritime environment.
 B3) determine different ways to maintain the safe operation.
3.Professional and Practical skills
By the end of the program, cadet should be able to:
C1) Analyze the different inputs to manage the safe operation and marine environmental  protection.
C2) Examine different methods to test efficient operation for maintaining the safe operation.
C3) Illustrate techniques and skills to raise awareness of the environmental protection and the  safety of marine life.
4.General and Transferable skills
By the end of the program, cadet should be able to:
D1) derive the regulations that governs the maritime safety and environmental protection.
D2) Conclude lessons learned from cases studies analysis.
D3) Work in groups and collaborate together in order to improve their skills in collecting data, using internet and computer, communications and presentation.

Maritime Technology stream

1.Knowledge and Understanding
A1) Perform anchor handling and tow operations in different ways according to the efficiency of the anchor handling vessels and weather condition.
A2) Understand basics of Dynamic Positioning.
A3) Understand principles and types of Hazard.
A4) Understand the competitiveness in terms of total transportation chain and how their goals can be achieved by maximizing the effectiveness of supply chain.
A5) Examine the specific position of shipping and ports in the logistics and supply chain and to introduce the main analytical tools as well as decision making techniques of logistics and marketing and their applications in the shipping and port sector.
A6) Define risks facing the marine  environment and  the safe operation
A7) Define the main factors that plays role to regulate the running of safe operations 
2.Intellectual Skills
By the end of the program,, cadet should be able to:
B1) Organize and formulate offshore operations techniques and procedures
B2) Apply occupational health, safety, and environmental policy.
B3) Discover the Contemporary environmental issues in port & shipping industries and Air quality in port (Port emissions).
B4) Develop the beneficial knowledge regarding various topics underlying Business Finance thus presenting the importance of Capital Budgeting, Cash flows concepts, Time Value of Money.
B5) Illustrate methods to reduce damage to the maritime environment.
3.Professional and Practical skills
By the end of the program, cadet should be able to:
C1)  Relate Dynamic Positioning principles with the DP operation.
C2)  Differentiate between types of offshore vessels and offshore operations.
C3) Summarize the basic knowledge of the economics of international ship broking and chartering, explaining the principles and their practical application.
C4) Analyze the impact of understanding the major maritime economics concepts of successful business practices.
C5) Analyze the different inputs to manage the safe operation and marine environmental protection.
4.General and Transferable skills
By the end of the program,, cadet should be able to:
D1) Management system documentation.
D2) Working in group in special cases as rig towing.
D3) Work in groups and collaborate together in order to improve they skills in collecting data, using internet and computer, communications and presentation. 
D4) Derive the regulations that governs the maritime safety and environmental protection.

Offshore Operations Technology stream

1.Knowledge and Understanding
At the end of the program, students should be able to:
A1 Understand the characteristics of supply vessels
A2 Perform anchor handling and tow operations in different ways according to the efficiency of the anchor handling vessels and weather condition.
A3 Identify how to use each type of propellers to get a good maneuver.
A4 Describe the legal aspects of salvage operations.
A5 Identify Offshore Transfer of Personnel to or from Vessels Requirements.
A6 Identify Personal and occupational risks.
A7 Understand basics of Dynamic Positioning.
A8 Understand principles and types of Hazard.
A9 Understand special measures to enhance maritime safety.
A10 Identify environmental aspects.
2.Intellectual Skills
At the end of the program, students should be able to:
B1 Report and confirm the international safety standards for platform and mobile offshore drilling units.
B2 Organize and formulate offshore operations techniques and procedures
B3 Apply Personal Responsibility for Safety (P.R.F.S).
B4 Apply occupational health, safety, and environmental policy.
B5 Interpret overriding authority.
3.Professional and Practical skills
At the end of the program, students should be able to:
C1 Asses and compare requirements and recommendations developed by IMO, ILO and Classification Societies as well as by National Organizations.
C2 Relate Dynamic Positioning principles with the DP operation.
C3 Analyze Output From Risk Assessment.
C4 Examine Offshore hazards, Personal and occupational risks.
C5 differentiate between types of offshore vessels and offshore operations.
4.General and Transferable skills
At the end of the course, students should be able to:
D1 management system documentation.
D2 Manage and organize search and rescue operations.
D3 Manage nonconforming materials and equipment.
D4 Working in group in special cases as rig towing.
D5 Work in groups and collaborate together in order to improve their skills in collecting data,
       using internet and computer, communications and presentation.

Shipping and Port Operations stream

1.Knowledge and Understanding
At the end of the program, students should be able to:
A1. Understand the competitiveness in terms of total transportation chain and how their goals
      can be achieved by maximizing the effectiveness of supply chain.
A2. Understand the port management, including the role and significance of ports in maritime
transport, the importance of ports to the national/regional economy.
A3. Examine the specific position of shipping and ports in the logistics and supply chain and to
introduce the main analytical tools as well as decision making techniques of logistics and
marketing and their applications in the shipping and port sector.
A4.Examine the legal and regulatory framework of Commercial Maritime law.
2.Intellectual Skills
At the end of the program, students should be able to:
B1. Discover the primary responsibilities of a human resource manager as well as the
       integration between the HR department and other departments inside an organization.
B2.Discoverthe Contemporary environmental issues in port & shipping industries and Air
      quality in port (Port missions).
B3. Develop the beneficial knowledge regarding various topics underlying Business Finance
       thus presenting the importance of Capital Budgeting, Cash flows concepts, Time Value of
Money.
3.Professional and Practical skills
At the end of the program, students should be able to:
C1. Differentiate the fundamentals and principles of Accounting.
C2. Summarize the basic knowledge of the economics of international ship broking and
       chartering, explaining the principles and their practical application.
C3. Analyze the impact of understanding the major maritime economics concepts of successful
business practices.
4.General and Transferable skills
At the end of the program, students should be able to:
D1. Work in groups and collaborate together in order to improve their skills in collecting data,
       using internet and computer, communications and presentation. 

 

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