English for Maritime/ Английский для моряков
The highly international maritime industry needs trained professionals who can communicate effectively, whether onshore or at sea. Prepare your employees by teaching them about their job responsibilities, how to navigate a ship and how to respond in emergencies.
In this course, learners are taught about different aspects of working on a ship, safety and emergency procedures, meteorology, cargo handling and more.
Learn about different parts of a ship and how to identify and describe different types of vessels. Describe common ship actions and how to give and follow directions on a ship.
Describe roles onboard a ship by talking about daily duties and responsibilities.
Understand standard wheel and engine orders and common VHF radio calls and transmissions.
Give and understand instructions during an emergency and talk about ship safety procedures.
Send and respond to marine emergency signals by using standard codes.
Learn how to plot a course, and understand harbor traffic control signals and navigational warnings at sea.
Understand how to read and interpret nautical charts so to navigate the waters with ease.
Describe marine meteorology by learning about sea state, wind speed, ocean currents and more.
Make predictions about marine weather and understand different weather warnings.
Learn about the cargo handling process and how to handle common hazardous cargo that ships carry.
Review key concepts about the maritime industry covered in the course.