DM Consulting's Dry Dock Training Course is internationally recognized, accredited, and offered to a diverse clientele, including military, commercial, and private organizations from around the world.
See our Current course offerings COURSE OVERVIEW The Dry Dock Training Course provides in-depth technical guidance on the process of drydocking ships and vessels. The course begins with the basic principles and safety concerns, then progresses through all phases of drydocking; preparation and planning, drydocking, lay period, and undocking. The course ends with a discussion of past accidents. With over 150 years of dry dock experience, DM Consulting brings clarity and organization to an otherwise complex set of drydocking principles.
DM Consulting is the world leader in dry dock training. Past participants included representatives of shipyards, engineering companies, consulting firms, ship owners, and government agencies from six continents. See www.drydocktraining.com for details on the 4-day training course including a list of past attendees and testimonials. DM Consulting's Dry Dock Training Course has accreditation with both The Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers (SNAME) and The Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA). Both experienced and inexperienced dry dock personnel have benefited from attending the training. Over 75% of all course attendees rate the course as "excellent".
Understand the Art and Science of drydocking ships and vessels.
Understanding different dry dock advantages and disadvantages.
Introduction to drydocking basics and safety concerns.
Comprehend universal drydocking and undocking calculations.
Hands-on course with student participation in projects and practical application exercises.
Learn from past dry dock accidents and incidents.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND? This training is targeted for:
Dock Masters/Docking Officers
Dry Dock crews-Engineers
Launch/Load Masters-Marine Surveyors
Naval Architects-On-site Representatives
Others involved/interested in dry docks, drydocking vessels, launching ships, heavy lift operations, and vessel transfers.