This unit introduces the overall shipyard service delivery process and the knowledge required to manage the commercial and production functions within shipyards to maximise results. The areas covered include: marketing principles of shipyards, preparation of tenders in accordance with technical specifications, negotiating shipyard contracts, production planning, execution and control of ship repair projects, preparation and finalising project invoices, and Integrated Management System. This unit will be beneficial for students working in shipyards (technical and commercial), ship superintendents, ship managers, ship surveyors, marine insurance companies, suppliers and seafarers.
Please note this unit will be not offered in 2016
|Unit name||Management of Shipyard Operations|
|Faculty/School||College of Sciences and Engineering
Australian Maritime College
|Available as student elective?||No|
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Assignment - 50% - Application of knowledge to shipyard operations. Case Study - 50% - Requiring students to apply their knowledge to a typical shipyard Integrated Management System operation.
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