As the shipping industry continues to have a highly focus on vessel and offshore exploration and production activities, and as well as well-designed ships often become poorly executed shipbuilding projects due to lack of a comprehensive strategy, there is an increasing focus to help the various parties on such challenges, as conflicts among these stakeholders and failure to employ best practices can cause delays in the project, causing its failure to reach important goals of delivering the rigs/ships on time, within budget and fulfilling technical requirements.
This 5-day highly interactive and practical course will help teams that are involved in such shipbuilding projects to improve their management practices within the shipyard or with vendors, to meet their targets in respect of contracting, delivery of the units or ships in planned time and without problems. It will also focus on best practice technical and commercial solutions during the project to the operational performance of the units to help the commissioning team of engineers representing the owners, shipyard or vendors, to check the construction, outstanding work and the operational performance of the unit.
Key Learning Objectives
■ Develop best practice on the requirements of vessels and offshore installations, supervision
and commissioning procedures and punch lists to meet your targets in costs and delivery
■ Develop pre-planning of onsite activities to match contract specifications
■ Master a structured approach to inspections
■ Learn the principles and practices associated with supervision and commissioning work
■ Identify potential cost effective alternatives to inspections and tests
■ Understand the work processes used for the design and construction of all types of vessel and offshore units
■ Formulate a clear strategy on relationships between static checks and dynamic activities
■ Apply new procedures for investigating outstanding works
■ Increase knowledge on efficient shipyard site punch lists
■ Improve compliance, safety and environmental performances
■ Develop updated guidelines on commissioning procedures
■ Establish a commissioning network and definition of commissioning packages early in a project in order to establish fabrication and installation priorities and milestones
■ Review key challenges facing the entire successful installations and ultimate handoff for operations of offshore facilities whether a new build or modification
■ Focus on key technical and commercial questions that will help commissioning team of engineers representing the owner, check the construction, outstanding work and the operational performance of units
■ Clarify final takeover requirements
Upon the successful completion of this course, you will receive a Certificate of Attendance bearing the signatures from both the Expert Workshop Leader and the Course Organiser. This Certificate will testify your endeavour and serve towards your professional advancement.