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P31721 Project Management for Shipbuilding, Retrofit & Drydocking
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Project Management for Shipbuilding, Retrofit & Drydocking

10 – 11 July 2019 | Mandarin Orchard Hotel, Singapore

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Past Delegate Special Discount*
Register 2 Delegates & the 3rd attends FREE!

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Key Learning Outcomes

  • Fundamental principles of project management and develop checklists for newbuilds, retrofits, repair and conversion projects
  • Handle expectation and obligations of various stakeholders on each project
  • Develop a work breakdown structure for each project
  • Firmly grasp the key economic, technical and regulatory drivers to vessel projects
  • Revise key considerations on governing contractual deliverables
  • Anticipate and control key issues arising (newbuild vs conversion vs repair vs retrofit)
  • Evaluate and select shipyards and contractors
  • Manage potential disputes (delivery, overtime schedule, inspection, payment, etc), claims & penalties
  • Key considerations in vessel damage survey and repair
  • Inspection, commissioning and delivery acceptance

Who Should Attend

This unique programme has been designed to specifically maximise project management skills for marine industry professionals, including those managing marine projects, naval architecture, shipbuilders, shipowners & managers as well as engineering companies

  • Shipyards, ship designer
  • Shipowners, ship managers and operators
  • Marine project managers, marine engineers, naval architects, technical managers
  • Electrical engineers, superintendents, senior ship officers
  • Engineering companies and Equipment suppliers

Hands-on Case Studies and Exercises include:

  • Case Study: Ballast water treatment systems retrofit
  • Case Study: Marine Scrubbers retrofit
  • Team Exercise: Develop a Project management checklist for each type of project
  • Individual Exercise : Develop a project cost & schedule estimation and budget control plan

 

Registered Education Provider of the Project Management Institute (PMI)®

Approved by Project Management Institute (PMI)®, this 2-day programme will also provide 14 contact hours for professionals preparing for PMP® Certification exams and/or 14 PDUs for existing PMP® certified professionals.

pricing

Packages Price
2 Day TrainingSGD $3495Early Bird

Past Delegate Special Discount*

  • As our valued past delegate, you are entitled to enjoy SGD 500 off Regular fees
  • Limited seats available, and only one discount scheme will be applicable
  • Discount is not transferable to anyone outside of your organization.
  • Email: devi.nyunt@ibcasia.com.sg or call +65 6508 2476 now to redeem your Discount
  • The Organiser reserves the rights to review, accept and reject registration.

*Terms and conditions apply

In-House Training
Save up to 40% off normal rates! (8 or more attendees)

Register 2 Delegates & the 3rd attends FREE!
Group rate is based on normal rate of 2-day main conference package only.
For Group Registrations, email register@ibcasia.com.sg or call +65 6508 2401

 

  • Special Group Discount pricing is applicable to groups of 2 or more delegates from the same organisation registering for the same event, at the same time.
  • Fee stated is the discounted price PER DELEGATE. Only one discount applies – either the early bird rate OR the Special Group Discount.
  • All fees stated include luncheons, refreshments and complete set of documentation. It does not include the cost of accommodation and travel.
  • A 7% Goods & Services Tax (GST) is applicable to all Singapore based companies for Singapore venue.
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Registered Education Provider of PMI®

As a Registered Education Provider of the Project Management Institute (PMI)®, we offer credible project management certification which helps project managers significantly increase their professional standing in the global workplace.

Earn 14 PDUs (Professional Development Units) over 2 training days that advance the foundation your project management skills and the performance of your project teams.

The R.E.P. logo may only be used by current R.E.P.s in good standing and must be used with the registration mark and attribution statement.

trainer

Christopher Lennon MBA, LLB, DipICArb, FCIArb, AIPN An Introduction to Shipping

Christopher Lennon MBA, LLB, DipICArb, FCIArb, AIPN

Director, Stone Falcon Corporate & Legal Consulting Ltd

Agenda

OVERVIEW OF SHIP REPAIR; CONVERSION AND NEWBUILD – DIFFERENCES AND SIMILARITIES FROM A PROJECT MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE

  • Overview of ship repair; conversion and newbuild – differences and similarities from a project management perspective
  • Key drivers for ship repair projects Scheduled maintenance
    • Unscheduled work (damage/collision/accident/breakdown malfunction)
    • Port State Control inspections; reactivation of vessels
    • New regulations
  • Essential elements contributing to successful marine projects
    • Key competencies of project managers

KEY PARTIES INVOLVED, OBLIGATIONS AND STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT

  • Key stakeholders, respective obligations and human resources required of:
  • Classification societies; shipyards; flag states;
  • Equipment suppliers;
  • Naval architects/ship design teams;
  • Owner reps: who are responsible for what
  • Mortgage company

DEVELOPING A PROJECT WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE FOR SHIPBUILDING, CONVERSION, RETROFIT, REPAIR, DRYDOCKING (GENERAL SERVICING)

  • Feasibility studies
  • Project objectives definition
  • Project work breakdown structure
    • New build
    • Conversion
    • Repair
  • Key aspects of consideration in ship building/conversion projects: Regulations (IMO and others)
    • Trade routes
    • Opportunity costs of conversion
    • Handling long lead times
    • Managing project resource requirements
    • Purchasing and procurement strategies
    • Document management
    • Reviewing specifications and the change order process – modifications and design changes – implications
    • Chartering issues (for conversions and damage repairs)

CONTRACTUAL DELIVERABLES AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT ISSUES ARISING – NEWBUILD VS CONVERSION VS REPAIR

  • Payment methodology;
  • Title and security;
  • Technical specifications and cost implications;
  • Warranties and guarantees;
  • Completion dates;
  • Insurance and General Average
  • Taxes
  • Change order management/processes (‘as specified’ vs. ‘as built;’ deviations);
  • Delivery and acceptance;
  • Deviation reports and history log
  • Resource constraints within the shipyard – multiple projects competing for limited shipyard resources (painting; welding; scaffolding; logistics, etc.)
  • Vessel guarantee claims evaluation and management
  • Time chartering and issues with drydocking
  • Claims and Penalties
  • Some common sources of disputes that arise and how best to resolve them:
    • Overtime schedule
    • Crew sizes
    • Work postponement
    • Increased management supervision

EVALUATING AND SELECTING SHIPYARDS

  • Location/proximity;
  • Supporting infrastructure;
  • HSE & safe shipyard practices
  • Emergency procedures;
  • Code of conduct policies;
  • Yard responsibilities and authorization
  • Contract documents and ancillary requirements
  • Reporting architecture (monitoring and control of schedule);
  • Change order management/practices;
  • Storage and inventory facilities;
  • Workforce availability
  • Site inspection procedures
  • Others (climatic conditions, local logistics, political stability etc)

GROUP EXERCISE: CONTROL, COORDINATION AND KEY ISSUES ARISING (FOR BUILDING/CONVERSION)

  • Major equipment selection
    • Functionality, reliability
  • Procurement and materials control strategies
  • Equipment maintenance
  • New building and conversion site supervision
    • Fabrication, hull construction
    • Cargo system installation
    • Outfitting
  • Project quality control
    • Defect removal

GROUP EXERCISE: CONTROL, COORDINATION AND KEY ISSUES ARISING (FOR DRYDOCKING/RETROFIT)

  • Legal requirements for hull inspection – (MARPOL/SOLAS)
  • Making the determination as ‘when’ to drydock
  • Managing the interface between commercial desires and operational necessities/compliance
  • Communication and co-ordination strategies
  • Managing subcontractors/specialists
  • Health and safety issues

VESSEL DAMAGE SURVEY AND REPAIR – KEY CONSIDERATIONS

Participants will individually develop, present their project lifecycle and an action plan for cost estimation process, WBS (work breakdown structure), CBS (cost breakdown structure), cost & schedule forecasting, integrating project cost and schedule, dealing with change orders, tracking costs, schedule and project performance

INSPECTION, COMMISSIONING AND DELIVERY, AND DEALING WITH VARIOUS PARTY

  • Class, ship vetting managers (Charterers)
  • Structured approach to inspections
  • Commissioning of ships units after completion stage
  • Final handover delivery
  • Contractor’s compliance with specification work package
  • Mooring, Dock trials and final sea trials
  • Vessel inspection reports

GROUP EXERCISE: SCRUBBER RETROFIT RETROFITTING

  • Key impacting factors – vessel design;
  • Available space;
  • Materials (corrosion);
  • Power supply;
  • Availability/access to finance (syndicated bank loans);
  • Drydock availability and capacity;
  • Common pitfalls and recovery
  • Case studies on technological issues (prefabrication, site management, concept engineering, feasibility studies, flag approvals, crew training etc)

EXERCISE: DEVELOPING A COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT MANAGEMENT CHECKLIST – (NEW BUILDING, CONVERSION, DRYDOCKING, REPAIR)

when & where

10 - 11 Jul 2019

Mandarin Orchard Singapore, by Meritus
333 Orchard Road, Singapore 238867
Tel: +65 6831 6062 | Fax: +65 6737 3130
Mobile No.: +65 8298 9442
Contact Person: Tan Ai Li
Email: aili.tan@meritushotels.com
Website: www.meritushotels.com

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