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Lerus Training Center offer a range of ship handling trainings, which covers a broad range of navigation and specific offshore operations. Each product is designed to train and to test competence and knowledge of different groups of applicants, beginning with novices up to skilled mariners.

Courses Duration Participants Language
Ship Handling in an Offshore Environment  Read more > 5 days 6 prs Eng 
Advanced Ship Handling in an Offshore Environment  Read more > 2 days 6 prs. Eng 
Offshore Support / Supply Vessel Operation  Read more > 3 days 6 prs. Eng 
ASD Ship Handling Courses  Read more > 3 days 6 prs. Eng 
Anchor Handling  Read more > 5 days 6 prs. Eng 
Towing Operations  Read more > 5 days 6 prs. Eng 
Winch Operator Course  Read more > 5 days 6 prs. Eng 
Rig Move Training  Read more > 5 days 4 prs Eng 
Seismic/survey operation in offshore environment  Read more > 5 days 6 prs Eng 


WHY TRAINING IN SHIP HANDLING?

The safe handling of ships depends on many factors - on ship's maneuvering characteristics, human factor (operator experience and skill, his behavior in stressed situation, etc.), actual environmental conditions, and degree of water area restriction.
Results of analysis of casualties and accidents show that in one third of all, the human error is involved, and the same amount of damages is attributed to the poor controllability of ships. Training on ship handling is one of the most effective method for improving the safety at sea. The goal of the above training is to gain theoretical and practical knowledge on ship handling in a wide number of different situations met in practice at sea.
Therefore our Kongsberg Offshore Vessel Simulator is very efficient in hands-on training due to its modeling is close to the seafarers real environment and context as possible.

 

 
   

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