• 2018 March 19 18:00

    NIBULON awarded first advanced training certificates of state standard to shipbuilders

    NIBULON’s training center was the first center of enterprises to enter the Unified State Electronic Database on Education (hereinafter – USEDE).

    Now the company is in the Register of the subjects of educational activity and has the opportunity to order documents on vocational training of the state standard for graduates.

    It should be noted that the company’s training center was licensed to carry out educational activity in 2016. However, in connection with technical problems in USEDE software suite, NIBULON, as well as other companies, was not reflected in the Register of the subjects of educational activity; it didn’t have classification groups and, accordingly, the possibility to order documents of the state standard. Only after repeated appeals to the Ministry of Education and Science and of Ukraine and Inforesurs SE, the problem was resolved in January 2018.

    On March 14, twenty-two employees of NIBULON shipbuilding and repair yard received the first certificates of advanced training. These were the specialists of various professions: ship’s pipe erectors, repair men, ship’s fitters, turners, hull assemblers, arc welders on automatic and semiautomatic machines.  Oleh Pidhorodetskyi, a technical director, handed the documents of the state standard to the employees. Oleh Pidhorodetskyi, Olha Petrova, an occupational safety engineer, and Mariana Vikhrova, a specialist of the training center, made a lot of effort to implement the program for the three-digit code for Occupational Classification in USEDE; it forms an order for certificates of competence or certificates of  advanced training. It has not existed in Ukraine before.

    The duration of training depends on a promotion to a higher grade of a particular profession. The employees undergo on-the-job theoretical training according to their individual plans. After that they undergo practical training with the highly qualified instructors – NIBULON’s specialists. After gaining the relevant knowledge and skills, they have practical followed by the state qualifying exam in the presence of an approved commission. Based on answers and assessment of practical work, employees are awarded grades.

    “It was an on-the-job training, which is very good, because we could work and improve our qualification. All teachers are professionals. It is very good that the shipyard’s workers have such an opportunity”, commented Vitalii Pekur, a 5th grade turner.

    Enrolment for training is carried out at the requests of the heads of the areas regarding what kind of qualification and grade NIBULON shipbuilding and repair yard requires. However, many people are already applying to the company's training center for vocational training or advanced training.




2018 July 21

13:18 High-tech automotive quality control measures installed at the Port of Southapmton
11:12 Van Oord to install innovative suction bucket foundations at Deutsche Bucht Offshore Wind Farm

2018 July 20

18:28 Fincantieri Marinette Marine: The US Gov't awards contract within the MMSC Programme for Saudi Arabia
18:12 Management of Palmali to pay backdated wages to crews of four vessels staying off Rostov-on-Don port
18:10 CMA CGM: new FAK rates from Asia to Pakistan - India - Sri Lanka
17:58 Crowley takes delivery of first LNG-powered ConRo ship serving Puerto Rico
16:38 Equinor UK extends Safe Boreas contract by 1 month at Marinerd
16:07 MOL hosts tour of cutting-edge car carrier on Marine Day for 360 students and families
15:21 Historical crab quota distribution principle is not effective enough – Rosrybolovstvo
15:02 Wärtsilä's BWMS successfully tested for global compliance
14:27 BP ETAP hub celebrates 20 years of production
14:02 High-tech automotive quality control measures installed at the Port of Southampton
13:29 Seadrill receives ABS MPD™ notation enabling safer deepwater drilling
13:00 Severnaya Verf lays down a longline factory vessel Gandvik-1 for fishing fleet of Karelia
12:17 Icebreaking LNG carrier "Vladimir Rusanov" first call ceremony at PetroChina LNG Jiangsu Terminal
12:16 GD NASSCO shipyard gets DDG 76 drydocking contract
11:48 HELCOM shares its insights on marine litter and management of sea areas
11:23 Wärtsilä's half year financial report January-June 2018
11:02 Bunker prices continue going down at the Port of Saint-Petersburg, Russia (graph)
10:39 Gazprom to revive implementation of Vladivostok LNG and Shtokmanovsky projects
10:16 MPC Container Ships to acquire 1,740teu boxship
09:55 Brent Crude futures price up 0.28% to $72.78, Light Sweet Crude – up 0.1% to $68.33
09:18 Baltic Dry Index down to 1,657 points

2018 July 19

18:23 MPA and Port of Rotterdam Authority to continue cooperation in information exchange and R&D
18:14 DP World signs agreement to boost international trade
17:55 NIBULON launched second T3500 Project tug
17:32 IMO supports spill preparedness in the Northwest Pacific
17:10 ABB turbochargers support optimal performance and fuel efficiency for one of the world’s largest container ships
16:48 Escort vessel Yaroslav Mudriy of RF Navy’s Baltic Fleet leaves port of Cyprus
16:21 Ocean Alliance - CMA CGM to reshuffle its CIMEX 6 service
15:59 Blagoveshchensk shipyard launched hydrographic vessel Aleksandr Rogotsky built for RF Navy’s Pacific Fleet
15:26 Austal USA opens new San Diego operations office
15:04 MABUX says high volatility remains in global bunker market
14:45 Port of Klaipeda (Lithuania) handled 22.2 million tonnes of cargo in 6M'18, up 7.6% Y-o-Y
14:27 FSB Border Service explains its position as regards vessels owned by foreign entities and used by Russian fishermen
14:09 New CMA CGM's FAK rates from Asia to North Europe
14:02 The PORT OF KIEL invests in cargo handling and environmental technology
13:43 Season of icebreaker assistance in water area of port Sabetta is over from July 20
13:28 Coast Guard offloads approximately 8.5 tons of cocaine
13:04 CMA CGM: FAK rates from Asia to the Mediterranean
12:55 NOVATEK shipped first LNG cargos to China
12:36 ILCA, Port of Amsterdam to host Chem Together meeting, Sept. 11
12:10 Fuel oil prices are flat at the Far East ports of Russia (graph)
11:42 State Duma approves Russian ships’ multiple crossings of State Border through notification procedure
11:19 CMA CGM to apply FAK rates for Asia-North Africa trades
10:54 Canada’s Davie Shipbuilding delivered first LNG-powered ferry to be built in North America
10:35 NYK establishes logistics JV for finished cars using automobile freight trains in India
10:03 New Port of Hamburg “Connection Compass 2018/19” has arrived
09:46 Brent Crude futures price down 0.18% to $72.77, Light Sweet Crude – down 0.12% to $67.67
09:14 Baltic Dry Index up to 1,688 points

2018 July 18

18:31 Naval Group posts H1 2018 performance results
18:00 BC Ferries announces sponsorship of the Nicholas Sonntag Marine Education Centre
17:36 DP World announces closing of Continental Warehousing Corporation (India) transaction
17:12 Marine Technics to participate in International Far East Maritime Show-2018
16:44 Oleg Bukin elected as Chairman of Tuapse Commercial Seaport BoD
16:23 Transocean and Chevron Australia ink 11-well contract
15:45 Stena Bulk positions itself in crude oil
15:19 Transocean announces 13-well contract for Transocean 712
14:57 AGCS issued Safety & Shipping Review 2018
14:43 Scandlines Helsingborg-Helsingör kicks off the holiday traffic season without delay