This course, Energy Saving at Sea, primarily aimed at seafarers, is a complement to the Introductory course on Energy Efficient Ship Operation and covers detailed practical measures that can be taken by the Engine department and Deck department on board ships to save energy in their day-to-day operations.
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This course will be of particular interest to:
- Seafarers interested to understand how international regulations to address emissions can impact their daily tasks
- Seafarers interested in practical measures to reduce fuel consumption and increase energy efficiency on board.
This self-paced free course has been developed by the Global Industry Alliance to Support Low Carbon Shipping (Low Carbon GIA), a public-private partnership bringing together leading maritime companies to address barriers to low carbon shipping, established under the IMO-Norway GreenVoyage2050 Project.
The course is made available on UN CC:e-Learn through the new UN CC:Learn affiliation programme, which highlights high-quality e-learning products on climate change developed by recognised institutions outside the framework of the UN CC:Learn programme / without support from the UN CC:Learn Secretariat, in accordance with specific affiliation criteria.
The objective of the UN CC:Learn affiliation programme is to enhance global climate literacy through dissemination of high-level learning products that complement UN CC:Learn resources. If you face any issue with accessing or going through our courses please access our help page.A short quiz at the end of each module allows you to verify if you have achieved the learning objectives.
To successfully complete the course and gain a Certificate of Completion, participants have to obtain a passing grade of 70% or above to both assessment quizzes (3 attempts are allowed for each quiz).