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Recognised Institutions & Courses

The purpose of The Nautical Institute recognition scheme is to endorse the processes and procedures used in the design, delivery, review and improvement of a maritime training product or service. It does not seek to observe delivery of that product or service, to inspect premises, to consult with trainees/customers or evaluate technical content, though it reserves the right to do so at any time. The scheme does not seek to replace or replicate national or international regulatory certification, nor is it connected therewith. Any personal data collected by The Nautical Institute in the administration of this scheme remains confidential to The Nautical Institute and will be stored and used for quality and training purposes only.

 

For the list of Nautical Institute recognised courses that are offered under the DP Scheme by approved DP training centres only, please click here.

 

Please find the list of Nautical Institute recognised courses below. Please contact the training centres directly for further information. 

 

 

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BMT

Navigation Assessments Services

 


Constanta Maritime University 

Constanta Maritime University

Marine Surveying Course

High Voltage Safety and Maintenance Course  

 

   

 

 


EMCS

 

 

EMCS International Ltd

Ship Superintendent Training 

  

 

 


Gydnia School

 

The Gdynia Maritime School

Basic Theory and Applied Stability Course for Ballast Control Operators

Stability Practical Training Course for Ballast Control Operators

Stability Practical Training Course for Ballast Control Operators – Refresher 

Helicopter Underwater Escape Training

 

 


Glasgow Maritime AcademyGlasgow Maritime Academy LLP

Assessment, Examination and Certification of Seafarers’ Training (ASECT) – Model Course 3.12 (Abridged)

ISM Lead Auditors Course

Port Skills/Barge Master Training 

Safety Training for Ships using LNG as a Fuel

Tanker Vetting & Ship Shore Interface

Thorough Examination of Portable Lifting Equipment & Accessories


IJUBOA

 

 

    The International Jack-Up Barge Operators' Association

      The IJUBOA Barge Master Course for Jack-Up Operations Levels 1 – 4

 

 

  

 


IMOSTI 

International Maritime & Offshore Safety Training institute (IMOSTI)

Offshore Ship Handling Course with Anchor Handling and Towing

Offshore Winch Training

Ship Simulator Course 

 

 


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Kongsberg Maritime AS

Art of Instruction

 

 

  


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Kongsberg Maritime do Brasil Ltda

Position Reference Systems Operator Course Brazil (Course A)

DP Operator Refresher Course

DPO Refresher Course for Drilling

 

   


Korea Maritime and Ocean University 

 

Korea Maritime and Ocean University

Dynamic Positioning Appreciation Course

Dynamic Positioning FMEA Course

 

 


Lerus Group 

 

Lerus Group, Ukraine

Dynamic Positioning Operator (DPO) on board training - Denar 2 (DP1/Survey & ROV Support Vessel)

 

 

 


Maersk Training

Maersk Training Brazil

Shiphandling for Offshore Vessels - Training Course

Anchor Handling Simulation Advanced - Training Course

Anchor Handling Simulation - Training Course  

  

 


Marine Offshore Consultancy

Marine Offshore Consultancy

 

Rig Move & Jacking Operations MasterClass©

 

 

 


Marine Society

 

Marine Society

English@Sea

Maths@Sea

Maths@Sea+

Writing@Sea

 


Ocean Rig

 

 

Ocean Rig Management Inc.

DP Lessons Learned

Power Management Lessons Learned

 

 


 

 QMS Maritime Training Centre  K. C. Lyrintzis Group

           

           QMS Maritime Training Centre K. C. Lyrintzis Group

                 Maritime Cyber Security Management E-Learning Course 

 

 

 

 


 

SMIT

 

 

Safebridge GmbH

Manufacturer Approved ECDIS Type-Specific Online Training

 

 

 


Seaway Maritime Services

 

 

Seaway Maritime Services

Comprehensive Stability Refresher Course for BCO 

 

  


 

 

SMITSMIT Salvage BV

Managing Marine Emergencies Course

  

 

 

  

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