03 Aug Simwave Newsletter July 2021
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Message from our CEO Marcel Kind
Hopefully most of you are enjoying the summer holidays sooner or later. Summer arrived and I am happy that most of you can travel again and enjoy a well-deserved holiday with family & friends. Quality time!
Some of our team members continue during the summer, with both onside training as well as online training. Also our software developers continue developing our Learning Management System / Competency Management System. This week we added a content management system, which makes it easy for course developers and clients to upload courses. Whether it’s a client specific course or a general course.
After the summer holiday we will publish more training among open courses for IGF training (Basic & Advanced), Polar Code, Train The Trainer, DP training etc.
In this newsletter you learn more about our accredited IGF code course and the new art collection in our centre of excellence. After the summer we will update you about our new team members, new online courses and assessments as well as our applied research team which is working on different courses.
Enjoy the summer and lets stay connected!
With kind regards,
CEO & Founder
Powered by LNG
If you are involved or will get involved in the operation of ships using LNG as fuel, this course is a must for you:
This course is a very comprehensible for non-LNG specialists. Just enough to understand the ins and outs of LNG as a marine fuel. In the three days online course your will gain all knowledge and understanding you need. The topics of the course are shown in the block diagram.
We start with LNG as a fuel, including an introduction of the physics, possible hazards and risk reducing measures. LNG is safe, it’s just the way you handle it.
The next topic is everything that got to do with the bunkering of LNG. Can you calculate how much LNG you need? Well, you will learn. Does the composition of LNG matters? Yes, it does! Moreover, bunker procedures will be explained extensively.
Different ways of LNG storage Tank types, associated equipment, regulations and standards will be discussed in the right way and in the right doses.
Subsequently the processing and combustion in internal combustion engines will be discussed, including the importance of the Methane number.
The course is closed with the final topic of environmental aspects of LNG as a fuel, including the environmental regulatory framework.
The three days training includes a number of online lectures, during which PowerPoint presentations, handouts and exercise sheets supporting you to understand the theory. All resources will be made available for you in the Simwave Learning Management System (LMS), including a reader of more than fifty pages covering all the topics extensively.
Simwave already delivered this course several times and received very positive reviews. So, if you want to know more about LNG as a fuel, sign up for the course. For more information send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Art showcase at Simwave
Every 3 years we give a talented artist the opportunity to showcase his or her art in our 5.200 m2 centre of excellence in The Netherlands. With this initiative we stimulate the art sector in The Netherlands and we hope to stimulate the creative sector.
For the next 3 years you will find art of Daniel Tavenier, born in 1964 and raised in the beautiful coastal town Katwijk aan Zee. He has a deep-rooted fascination and inspiration of the sea. His painting style varies from figurative to abstract. The visual style is contemporary, whilst painting
technique is sustainable and historic. Daniel is environmentally conscious and therefore makes his own paint with natural materials only.
For his exposition at Simwave he has carefully selected his finest works from his maritime
oeuvre in which the sea, coastline and fisheries fulfil a central theme. If you like to learn more about Daniel feel free to contact us.
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