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Green Skills I

Learning objectives
A reduction of environmental impacts is a well-established goal of many national governments and international organisations. Carbon dioxide (CO2) reduction has become one of the most important factors when combating global warming. On completion of Green Skills 1, the students shall obtain the necessary knowledge, skills, and competencies for operating a vessel in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way.
Target group
This course is designed for maritime professionals (at operational and management level) interested in energy-efficient and environmental-friendly ship operations.
Entry requirement
The minimum competence requirement for students participating in this educational package is national equivalents of EQF level 4 and at least six months of seagoing experience or six months at a maritime academy
Duration
The duration of this course is 100 hours, corresponding to 4 ETCS points. Duration of the full package is 12 lessons of 3 hours each, amounting to 36 guided leaning hours and 64 self-study hours. The definition of guided learning hours, in this document, is ‘the time a person spends’: a) being taught or instructed by a lecturer, tutor, supervisor or another appropriate provider of education or training; or b) otherwise participating in education or training under the immediate guidance.
Assessment
The assessment of achieved learning outcomes will be based on a case from which the students produce a written report (see Appendix 2).
Downloads
  • Course description  pdf icon wordlogo
  • Example presentation – Energy efficiency awareness  pdf icon pptxlogo
  • Example presentation – Power consumption  pdf icon pptxlogo
  • Example presentation – Power Production  pdf icon pptxlogo
Access to training material
The training material is available to freely access above.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Erasmus+ programme under grant agreement 2018 – 3387/ 001- 001 (Project number 601186)

"The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein".

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