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Marine training

Ask The Expert – virtual training

Lloyd's Register Marine & Offshore Training Services are proud to launch a series of "Ask the expert" virtual courses.

Our half-days courses cover a range of key topics, up to date news, short case studies, all led by our industry experts. Each course provides attendees also with an opportunity to question our experienced specialist in different fields.

Price

Each Module is priced at 225 GBP + VAT

Ask the expert sessions Description Date Booking
Electrical Surveys Spend a half-day on line with Lindsay Butler, Principal Specialist Electro Technical (UKI & SWE) to discuss electrical surveys.
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Module 1: Marine Electrical Engineering and Survey 02 March 2021
09.00-13.00 UK Time
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Module 2: Marine Control Engineering and Survey 03 March 2021
09.00-13.00 UK Time
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Module 3: Hybrid Electrical Propulsion (1) 24 November 2020
9.00 to 13.00 UK time
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24 November 2020
13.30-17.30 UK Time
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09 March 2021
09.00-13.00 UK Time
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Module 4: Hybrid Electrical propulsion (2) and Alternative Fuels 25 November 2020
9.00 to 13.00 UK time
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25 November 2020
13.30-17.30 UK Time
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10 March 2021
9.00-13.00 UK Time
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Hull Inspection, Damage & Repairs Spend a half-day on line with Jerry Souster, Global Technical Performance Manager, Marine & Offshore to discuss hull inspection, damage and repairs.
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Machinery Inspection, Damage and Repairs Spend a half-day on line with Geoff Gimber, UKI Marine Offshore Technical Performance Manager to discuss machinery damage and repairs.
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Thickness Measurement Spend a half-day online with Leonidas Koukos, Senior Specialist to discuss the latest release of Argonaut Thickness Measurement Software.
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Module 1: Introduction to Enhanced Survey Procedures 02 December 2020
9.00-13.00 UK Time
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09 December 2020
9.00-13.00 UK Time
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23 February 2021
9.00-13.00 UK Time
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Module 2: Thickness measurement reporting with Argonaut 03 December 2020
13.30-17.30 UK Time
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10 December 2020
13.30-17.30 UK Time
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24 February 2021
13.30-17.30 UK Time
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Lifting Appliances Spend a half-day  on line with Maro Hartmann, EMEA Technical Key Account Manager Lifting Appliances to discuss lifting appliance surveys.
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NDE Spend a half-day on line with John Durkin, NDE Senior Principal Specialist, to discuss non-destructive examination techniques and shortcomings.
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Course descriptions

Ask the Expert - Electrical Surveys - Lindsay Butler

Description

Lindsay Butler profile pictureLindsay has been Principal Electrotechnical Surveyor for UK and Ireland since 2015 and is responsible for identifying and coordinating specialised Electrotechnical surveys and opportunities as well as marine technological developments within the region. He also delivers training courses and seminars on these subjects.

He has worked in the marine and offshore industries for the last 27 years and originally joined Lloyd’s Register in 1991 as a graduate electrical engineer. He has worked on many types of ship and offshore new construction and existing ship projects, including LNG, tanker, container ship, FPSO and all classes of Dynamic Positioning vessels globally. He is based in Glasgow but has previously worked in Korea, Canada, and Malaysia as well as various locations around the UK.

As well as his career with Lloyd’s Register, Lindsay has been a consultant in the oil and gas, defence and nuclear industries

Course and short description

Marine propulsion systems and technologies are evolving rapidly in response to changing economic and environmental pressures. These 4 Modules provides an overview of the main types of hybrid marine

propulsion systems, and how LR’s flexible design appraisal and survey processes can help you to prepare

for surveys, leading to increased operational efficiency. You’ll also learn how LR’s survey requirements

for more conventional marine electrical systems can form the basis for hybrid designs.

Module 1 : Marine Electrical Engineering and Survey

Module 2 : Marine Control Engineering and Survey

Module 3: Hybrid Electrical Propulsion (1)

Module 4: Hybrid Electrical propulsion (2) and Alternative Fuels

Ask the Expert - Thickness Measurement - Leonidas Koukos

Description

Leonidas Koukos profile pictureI am a marine and offshore engineer and work as senior surveyor in charge of ESP section in LR Fleet Services. I have been with LR 12 years entering as a structural surveyor from a consultancy group. I designed and manage the Argonaut system for structural reporting of ship assessments. I manage a team of four surveyors who closely monitor the outcome of special surveys on ship’s structure. I have oversight of implementation of regulations, procedures and reporting requirements for the LR classed ESP fleet.

Course and short description

Module 1

Introduction to Enhanced Survey Procedures: ESP Code impact to safety / bulk carrier safety and high level requirements and procedures for assessment of ship structure
Criteria for thickness measurements: Non CSR and CSR - Common Structural Rules CSR ship structural assessment – Long/l strength and Residual Deck Buckling for Tankers
Hull related defects during survey: Photos and examples of structural defects

Module 2

Thickness measurement reporting with Argonaut: Use of Argonaut for TM reporting 1
Thickness measurement reporting with Argonaut: Use of Argonaut for TM reporting 2
Review and sign off of TM reports: Quality - Hints and tips for the review of TM reports

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