Ocean Technologies Team (OTG) has helped the IMI Global Industry Alliance to develop a free e-learning course on energy-saving shipbuilding and how to cope with GHG shipwrecks.
Contains content using a variety of interactive formats, including an online course, ‘Energy Effective Ship Introduction’, videos, information and questions, for anyone interested in the subject.
The self-initiated free course is part of the Emo-Norway Green Voyage 2050 project, part of the United Nations Climate Change Partnership, which brings together leading maritime companies to address barriers to low-carbon transportation in the low-carbon GIA. website.
The course features two modules that include interactive lessons and resources for further learning. Each module takes about an hour to complete. The first module explores the IMO control framework to address GHG emissions from ships, and the second module focuses on actions that can be incorporated into Part 1 of the Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP) that can improve ship power efficiency. Helps to reduce GHG emissions. Ocean Technologies Team will work on additional modules in the future.
“We are pleased to be able to support the IMO Low Carbon Global Industry Alliance to develop this important e-learning component,” said OTG CEO Manish Singh. Pure energy saving is one of the reasons we are so committed to the Ocean Technologies Group and want to support it. If we want to meet the demand for decarbonation for our industry, the training of our sailors and beaches will play an important role in raising awareness and shaping behavior.
The lesson can be found here.