TrainingArkhangelsk Marine College after captain Voronin trains navigators (section A-II/1) and engineers (section A-III/1) according to the demands of the International Convention of STCW-78/95.

Training is an important issue at Polar Crewing.

All seafarers employed with Polar Crewing are motivated to further upgrade their knowledge. We expect the demand attention to be paid in the end 1990ís for Russian seamen due to updated requirements of STCW Convention and ISM Code implementation.

We know well the quality of those seafarers that are available in our registry and work in close co-operation with Maritime educational institutes in order to improve their professional skills and safe teamwork experience.

We co-ordinate existing training programmes and facilities and develop our own system of seamen retraining for foreign Shipping companies. We prepare with Jotun the professional course for modern paint schemes and the course for marine chemicals.

Polar Crewing LTD is flexible enough to allow each of the management companies to establish a number of specific requirements to be applied for training of certain crew.

We are selecting the experienced officers of all ranks to join expanding fleet of VLCCs, MCCs, Product Carriers and LNG vessels after intensive training and proper certification.

Polar Crewing LTD has initiated English educational program for seamen. The best result of the two-month intensive courses was achieved using the Cambridge or Oxford Communicative English Courses enforced with the addition of Safety and Professional English vocabulary.

Polar Crewing Murmansk has a successful experience of co-operation with the Logos English Centre, Murmansk, (member of the Benedict School) in the intensive English courses for seamen.

In collaboration with the Pomor State University, Polar Crewing Arkhangelsk has started the Intensive 9-weeks English courses for seamen.

IMO procedures of the White List prepare condition for integration of Russian Maritime institutions into the International Maritime Educational system.

We believe that an expected demand of foreign fleet for Russian seamen will allow us to develop our training system locally and methodical co-operation globally.

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