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DNV Academy Maritime

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DNV Academy Maritime Greater China Training Catalogue 2012
2012

MANAGING RISK

Welcome to:
DNV Academy Maritime in Greater China
DNV Academy Maritime in Greater China
offers a wide range of training courses to the
maritime industry. We offer both standard and
customised training programmes with the
objective to meet the specific needs of our
customers. Courses can be delivered both at
customers or DNVs premises.
Our main target groups are design engineers
and other staff involved in basic concepts and
rules for merchant ships as well as technical
employees at ship owners and shipping
management companies.

DNV Academy Maritime training courses have


different target groups and are divided into:

Newbuilding Design course


Safety Management and Security course
Risk Management course
Rules, Regulations, Classification &
PSC course
Ship Type course
Ship Technology course
Marine Environment Protection course
Maritime Operation course
Offshore Rules, Regulations, Classification &
Operation course

DNV Academy has branches in Dalian, Nanjing,


Shanghai, Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Taipei and
Kaohsiung.

Our Objective
To be a leading provider of maritime knowledge.

Our Vision
To be the preferred training partner in competence building for our customers.

Our Values
We acquire and share knowledge and apply it to enhance value
for our customers. We shall contribute to enhance the service level of our customers.

DNV

DNV

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DNV

DNV


DNV

DNV

Newbuilding Design

NB1 Ship System General

NB2 Ship Structure & Strength General

NB3 Ship Statutory General


NB4 Ship Stability

NB5 Design of Container Hull Structure

NB6 Ship Machinery Piping Design

NB7 Ship Hull Piping Design

NB8 Ship Propulsion Shafting Design

NB9 Ship Shaft Alignment & Whirling

NB10 Ship Accommodation Design

NB11 Design of Electrical and Control System


NB12 Chemical Tankers

NB13 GMDSS and Safety of Navigation

GMDSS

Safety Management and Security

ISM

SMS1 Introduction to ISM Code


SMS2 Introduction to ISPS

ISPS

SMS3 ISM Internal Auditor course

ISM

SMS4 ISPS Internal Auditor

ISPS

SMS5 Port Security officer

SMS6 Ship and Company Security officer

DNV
Risk Assessment

RA1 Managing Marine Incident Investigation

RA2 Advanced Loss Control Management

Rules, Regulations, Classification & PSC

RCP1 Rules and Regulations Updates Seminars


RCP2 MLC 2006 Requirement

2006

RCP3 MLC 2006 Implementation


RCP4 Port State Control

2006

RCP5 Ships Superintendent

RCP6 Electrical Installations Onboard Ship

RCP7 Electrical Installations in Hazardous Areas on Tankers


RCP8 RightShip Inspector course

Ship Type

RightShip

ST1 Hull Structure for Bulk Carrier


ST2 Hull Structure for Tankers
ST3 Hull Structure for Container

ST4 Liquefied Natural Gas LNGSeminar

ST5 Offshore Supply Vessel OSVSeminar

DNV
Ship Technology

STE1 Fatigue Assessment

STE2 Materials Technology

STE3 Noise & Vibrations

STE4 Fuel Management course

STE5 Fuel Saving Measure Seminar

STE6 Energy Efficiency Design Index EEDISeminar

Marine Environment Protection


MEP1 Fuel Oil Tank Protection

MEP2 Ballast Water Management Seminar

Marine Operations

MO1 Welding Process and Inspection


MO2 Working at Height

MO3 Working in Confined Space


MO4 Non-Destructive Examination

MO5 NDT course for Steel Forging and Casting


MO6 Hull Inspection for Tankers
MO7 Implementation of PSPC

MO8 Hull Structure Bulk Carrier & Safety


MO9 Hull Structure & Thickness Measurement

DNV
Offshore Rules
Regulations
Classification
ORCO1 Offshore Hull
ORCO2 Offshore System
ORCO3 DrillShips Hull
ORCO4 DrillShips System

ORCO5 Fatigue Design of Offshore Structure and Offshore Ships

Newbuilding
Design

NB1 Ship System General

Content
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DNV Rules for system


SOLAS, MARPOL and ILO Convention
General Piping System and Definition
Principles of Machinery piping and Hull piping
Principles of Accommodation system
Fire fighting and Fire Insulation

DNV
SOLASMARPOL ILO

Objective

Upon completion of this course the


participants will understand role of Class,
relevant rules and regulations, purpose of
SOLAS, MARPOL and ILO Convention, basic
concept of ship general system, fire fighting
and fire insulation principle etc.


SOLASMARPOL ILO

Target Groups

All engineers working in shipping/shipbuilding


(Design, production, QC & Supervisors)
New designers in Hull outfitting, piping,
machinery outfitting & accommodation design

0-2

Teaching Method

Lecture in English or Chinese, English material,


discussion of questions from the participants,
case study

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

NewBuilding
Design

NB2 Ship Structure & Strength General

Content
-

Class Systematic
Maritime Industry
Overview of Conventions
Hull strength basic
Ships operation and typical damages
Basic hull strength
Strength criteria & requirements

Objective
- General information on shipbuilding
- Class systematic
- Ships operation condition and critical
points
- Hull structure and force flow
- Strength concept & design points
- General hull Rules and the background

Target Groups

All engineers working in shipping &


shipbuilding (Design, production, QC &
Supervisors). New designers in hull structural
design & hull outfitting design departments


,
0-2

Teaching Method

Lecture in Chinese and material in English,


discussion of questions from the
participants, case study

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Newbuilding
Design

NB3 Ship Statutory General

Content
-

General Introduction to Ship Statutory


SOLAS & Basic convention requirements
ILO & Basic convention requirements
MARPOL & Basic convention requirements
Load Line & Basic convention
requirements
- New IMO Legislations

SOLAS
ILO
MAPOL

IMO

Objective

Upon completion of this course the


participants will understand general idea
of ship statutory, SOLAS, MARPOL, LOAD
LINE, ILO and basic convention
requirements, and have a general view of
new IMO regulations.

,
SOLASMARPOLILO
IMO

Target Groups

All engineers working in shipping &


shipbuilding

Teaching Method

Lecture in Chinese and English material,


discussion of questions from the
participants, case study

Duration / Time

1 day

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Newbuilding
Design

NB4 Ship Stability

Content
-

Hydrostatics
Intact stability (2008 IS Code)
Inclining test
International rules and regulations
Deterministic damage stability
Probabilistic damage stability
Updates on stability rules

Objective
- To obtain general knowledge about stability
calculation
- To have an overview of application rules
and regulations
- To obtain knowledge about the probabilistic
methods for calculation of damage stability
- To have general knowledge about the changes
introduced by the revised SOLAS Ch.II-1

Target Groups
All engineers working in shipping &
shipbuilding

(2008 IS Code)

SOLASII-I

Teaching Method

Lecture in Chinese and English material,


discussion of questions from the
participants, case study

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Content
- Class role and rule background
- Container carrier statistic and market &
design trend
- Hull Rules and application
- Guidance for strength analysis
- Operational aspects and design concept

Objective
Upon completion of this course the
participants will understand Container
carrier operationContainer carrier
strength & designContainer carrier
rules, background etc.

Target Groups

Engineers who have attended a basic hull


course or engineers with more than 2 years
of experience

Teaching Method

Lecture in Chinese, materials in English,


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Newbuilding
Design

NB5 Design of Container Hull Structure

Content
-

Design principles
Piping System general
Ship piping system
Machinery piping system
Prevention of ignition and fire in principle
Fire fighting, Fire Insulation and Means of
escape

Objective

Upon completion of this course the


participants will understand applicable
Class rules & Regulation, Machinery
piping system and Ship piping system in
general, Design principle for Oil
pollution prevention, Handling of fuel
and Lubrication oil and Design principle
of fire prevention and fire fighting etc.

Target Groups

Engineers attended at system general


course or experienced engineers more than
2 years

Teaching Method

Lecture in English/ Chinese, materials in


Englishdiscussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Newbuilding
Design

NB6 Ship Machinery Piping and Statutory Design

Newbuilding
Design

NB7 Hull Piping & Statutory Design

Content
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Applicable Class Rules and Regulation


Ship Arrangement
Design principles of marine system
Cargo handling system for Oil Carrier
Relevant MARPOL, SOLAS and Load Line etc.
Fire fighting system for cargo tank deck
Life saving arrangement.

MARPOL, SOLAS

Objective

Upon completion of this course the


participants will understand principle of ship
arrangement for cargo area, cargo oil system
and relevant sub-system, applicable class rules
& international regulation, fire fighting
system for cargo tank deck and design
principle of life saving.

Target Groups

Engineers with more than 2 years of


experience or engineers who have attended a
DNV Academy System general course

DNV
2

Teaching Method

Lecture in English or Chinese , materials in


English discussions and case studies

Duration / Time
2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Newbuilding
Design

NB8 Ship Propulsion Shafting Design

Content
- General design for fatigue strength
- Shafting design taking into account the
influence factors such as size, surface
finish factors, material strength and
torsional vibration levels
- Criteria for shaft dimensions based on the
Rules
- Bolts dimensions based on the dynamic
Vibration level of shafting system
- Brief introduction to shaft alignment

Objective
Upon completion of this course the
participants will understand:
- Principle of shafting fatique/lifetime and
design
- Influence of shaft alignment and torsional
vibration
- DNV involvement and Class requirements etc.

Target Groups

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- DNV

Engineers attended at system general


course or experienced engineers more than
2 years.

Teaching Method

Lecture in Chinese, materials in English,


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

1 day

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Newbuilding
Design

NB9 Ship Shaft Alignment and Whirling

Content
-

Shaft Alignment
Whirling
Shafting design based on the rules
DNV shaft alignment calculation program
Propeller keyless pull up calculation

DNV

Objective

Upon completion of this course the


participants will obtain the knowledge of shaft
alignment and whirling and DNV shaft
alignment calculation program etc.

Target Groups
Engineers attended at system general
course or experienced engineers more than
2 years.

Teaching Method

Lecture in Chinese, materials in English,


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Newbuilding
Design

NB10 Ship Accommodation Design

Content
- Background of Rules for accommodation and
the application
- Relevant regulations of SOLAS and ILO
convention
- Ventilation system in accommodation
- Fire-fighting in accommodation
- Fire-insulation

SOLAS ILO

Objective

Upon completion of this course the


participants will understand SOLAS 74 & ILO
requirements, fire technical considerations,
means of escape, details of construction,
accommodation comfort and ventilation
system, etc.

SOLAS 74ILO

Target Groups

Engineers attended a DNV System general


course, or engineers with more than 2 years
of experience.

Teaching Method

Lecture in Chinese, materials in


English discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

1 day

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000


Content

Newbuilding
Design

NB11 Design of Electrical and Control System

- General General design principles


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- Power generation (diesel generator
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characteristics)
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- Detailed design
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- Calculations (load balance / short-circuit /
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selectivity / harmonic distortions)
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- Vessel arrangement (cable routing /
environmental conditions / gas dangerous
)
area / battery arrangements)
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- Classification principles (plan approval /
, )
documentation / certification / testing at
- (, , , , )
shipyard / applicable rules)
- System design (control / monitoring / alarm / - (E0, RP, DYNPOS)
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safety / failure handling)
)
- Class notations (E0, RP, DYNPOS)
- Equipment and component design

Objective
Upon completion of this course the
Participants will understand
- Applicable Rules & Regulations
- Electrical system in principle
- Control and monitoring system

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Target Groups

Engineers attended electric general course or


experienced engineers more than 2 years

Teaching Method

Lecture in Chinese, materials in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

3 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Newbuilding
Design

NB12 Chemical Tankers

Content
-

General about Chemical Carrier


Applicable Rules and Regulations
Principles of cargo containment system
Cargo equipment and Cargo operations
Relevant sub-system and arrangement.
Gas hazardous area classification.
Certification system

Objective

Upon completion of this course the


participants will understand general design
principle of chemical carriers, principles of
cargo tank arrangement and material, rules
& regulations applicable to chemical,
Chemical operation and piping arrangement
and relevant certification system

Target Groups

Production engineers and Design/QC


members/Surveyors/Owners site team

/ / /

Teaching Method
Lecture in English or Chinese, materials in
English discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

1 day

09:00 17:00

Course Fee
RMB 1,000 per day per participant including
course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

09:00 17:00

RMB 1,000

Newbuilding
Design

NB13

GMDSS & Safety of Navigation


GMDSS

Content
- GMDSS general
- Documentation
- Special requirements from certain flag
administration
- Requirement of SOLAS Ch.V
- Documentation for plan approval

GMDSS

GMDSS
SOLAS

Objective

Upon completion of this course the


participants will understand basic knowledge
of GMDSS, additional flag requirements for
GMDSS and requirement of SOLAS Ch.V etc.

, GMDSS
GMDSS
SOLAS

Target Groups

Engineers engage in nautical radio design in


shipyard

Teaching Method

Lecture in English or Chinese, materials in


English discussions and case studies

Duration / Time
1 day

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Safety
Management
& Security

SMS1

Introduction to ISM Code


ISM

Content
-

ISM Code: Background and main purpose


ISM Code: Basic principles
Interpretation of the elements of ISM Code
Verification and certification requirements
ISM Code updates

Objective

ISM
ISM
ISM

ISM

The course shall introduce the concept of


Safety Management System in
accordance with the ISM Code as required
by the SOLAS.

, ISM

Target Groups

Ship managers

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, materials in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

1 day

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Safety
Management
& Security

SMS2

Introduction to ISPS Code


ISPS

Content
- Overview of ISPS Code
- Current threats and their impact on
maritime industry
- Security and ways to achieve
- ISPS Code on Ship Security Plan
- Three levels of security as per ISPS Code
- Ship Security Certification process
- Range of security equipment, its function
and operational limitations

Objective
The main objective of the course is provide
participants with the awareness and
understanding of the threats to ship
security, measures taken to monitor, assess,
control and manage security of ships.

ISPS

Target Groups

Ship Managers

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, materials in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

1 day

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Safety
Management
& Security

SMS3 ISM Internal Auditor course


ISM

Content
-

Introduction to Safety and Quality Audit


Requirements
Principles, task and practices
Auditing Tools
Audit Conduct and Technique
Audit Preparation
Summary
Tasks, exercises and documentation

Objective

Upon completion of this course the


participants will understand
Be familiar with the ISM Code
Have a sound and practical background for
audit performance.
Understand the audit as a management
tool.
Be familiar with practical support
documents.
Understand important functions of the SMS,
such as improvement processes and
dynamic elements etc

SMS

Target Groups

Employees at Ship-owners and Ship managers


to become internal ISM auditors

ISM

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, material in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

3 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Safety
Management
& Security

SMS4 ISPS Internal Auditor course


ISPS

Content
- ISPS Code: Step by step (Part A & B)
- Current threats to ship security & impact
on maritime industry
- Security and ways to achieve
- Mandatory requirements: International and
Flag State
- Ship Security Plan: Fundamentals
- Development of Internal Audit
programmed
- Effective auditing skills: Step by step
- Case Studies

ISPS

Objective

The main objective of the course is to


prepare candidates for internal auditing in
accordance with the ISPS Code with
particular attention to audit of company,
ship and facility.

ISPS

Target Groups

Shore and shipboard staff, preparing to be


Internal Auditor.

ISPS

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, material in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Safety
Management
& Security

SMS5

Port Security Officer

Content
- ISPS Code: Overview and updates
- Threats to ship and port security: Measures
to be taken to monitor, assess, control and
manage
- Recognition and detection of weapons,
dangerous substances and devices in
accordance with ISPS (relevant parts)
- Handling security information
- Overview of potential piracy and hostage
situation with possible actions to prevent
- Introduction to range of security equipment
and operational, limitations as per ISPS
- Security plan implementation
- Internal audit

- ISPS
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Objective

The course aim is to fully familiarize


candidates on key issue related to port
security to operate as Port Security Officer.

Target Groups

Personnel with port security responsibilities


and under training.

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, materials in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

3 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000


Content
- ISPS Code: Overview and updates
- Threats to ship and port security: Measures
to be taken to monitor, assess, control and
manage
- Recognition and detection of weapons,
dangerous substances and devices in
accordance with ISPS (relevant parts)
- Handling security information
- Overview of potential piracy and hostage
situation with possible actions to prevent
- Introduction to range of security equipment
and operational, limitations as per ISPS
- Security plan implementation
- Internal audit

- ISPS
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Objective

The course has been developed for personnel


who intend to perform as qualified ship and
company security officers. The course shall be
conducted as per relevant IMO Model Course in
accordance with ISPS Code. An optional module
has been included to meet the requirements of
USCG.

ISPS

Target Groups

Personnel with responsibilities of Ship and


Company Security Officers and under training
for similar position.

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, materials in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

3 days

09:00 17:00

Course Fee
RMB 1,000 per day per participant including
course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

Safety
Management
& Security

SMS6 Ship and Company Security Officer

09:00 17:00

RMB 1,000

Content
- Regulatory requirements for accident
investigation and analysis
- Determining the causes
- Managing the investigation process
- Corrective Action
- Monitoring and data analysis

Objective
-

Review ISM code and other requirements


Learn key aspects of incident investigation
Learn key aspects of incident analysis
Learn principles for determining the
immediate and basic cause of incident
- Identify correction action needs
- Implementation of corrective actions
- Measurement (Verification of effectiveness)

ISM

Target Groups

Employees at Ship-owners and Ship


Managerssenior officer on board the ship

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, material in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

1 day

09:00 17:00

Course Fee
RMB 1,000 per day per participant including
course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

09:00 17:00

RMB 1,000

Risk
Management

RA1 Managing Marine Incident Investigation

Content
- A Brief History of Loss Control Management
- The Economics of Loss Control
- Loss Control Management The Importance
of a Good Defense
- Goals of Loss Control Management: The
Structure Group Risk Assessments
- Loss Control and Compensation Costs
- Loss Control and Security Management
- Loss Control and Materials and Services
Management
- Loss Control and the Troubled Employee
- Loss Control and ISO 14001

Objective

ISO 14001

This course is designed to provide participants

with the tools and techniques to develop and

apply a comprehensive loss control management


system for their organization. The course focuses
on key issues, concepts, and advanced topics
that will ensure more focused and successful
system development and implementation.

Target Groups

Management Executives, Operational


Managers, Safety and Health Professionals,
Environmental Officers, and Supervisors of
Operations and Production.

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, material in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

3 days

09:00 17:00

Course Fee
RMB 1,000 per day per participant including
course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

09:00 17:00

RMB 1,000

Risk
Management

RA2 Advanced Loss Control Management

Rule
Reg
Classification
& PSC

RCP2 MLC 2006 Requirements


2006

Content
- Introduction to MLC 2006 contents and
certification regulations
- How to fulfil Declaration of Maritime Labour
Compliance Part II (DMLC II)
- How to make procedure manual
- How to accomplish work risk assessment on
board

Objective
Understanding MLC 2006 requirements and
operation mode of relative organizations so
as to evaluate and get ready for
implementation of the requirements of MLC
2006.

Target Groups
The course is aimed at personnel involved in
management

Teaching Method
Lecture in Chinese, Materials in Chinese,
discussions and case studies

2006
II

MLC 2006

Duration / Time

1 day

09:00 17:00

Course Fee
RMB 1,000 per day per participant including
course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

09:00 17:00

RMB 1,000

Rule
Reg
Classification
& PSC

RCP3 MLC 2006 Implementation


2006

Content
- Inspection and procedure of certification
- Declaration of Maritime Labour Compliance
Part I (DMLC I)
- Declaration of Maritime Labour Compliance
Part II (DMLC II)
- Flag State guideline of MLC 2006
- Port State guideline of MLC 2006

I
II
ILO
ILO

Objective

To help shipowner to make Declaration of


Maritime Labour Compliance Part II (DMLC II).
To provide different requirements from
different Flag States so as to add and/or
modify documents of Safety Management
System and operation mode to get ready for
applying certification in the future and
implementation of the requirements of MLC
2006.

DMLC II

Target Groups
The course is aimed at personnel involved in
management

Teaching Method
Lecture in Chinese, Materials in Chinese,
discussions and case studies

Duration / Time
2 days

09:00 17:00

Course Fee
RMB 1,000 per day per participant including
course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

09:00 17:00

RMB 1,000

Rule
Reg
Classification
& PSC

RCP4

Port State Control

Content
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Understanding PSC
PSC procedure
Detention and appeals
PSC trends and updates
PSC & DNV involvement
ISM-ISPS and PSC
DNVs PSC tool kit
life-saving appliance, Fire-fighting
appliance, loadline, Marpol etc.

Objective
Upon completion of this course the participants
will obtain knowledge and skills to carry out
his/her duty as a superintendent, senior
shipboard officer or manager.

Target Groups
- Shore based staffs: The Designated Person
(DP), shore-based superintendent, auditor
- Shipboard officer

Teaching Method
Lecture in Chinese and material in English,
discussion of questions from the participants,
case study

ISM-ISPS
DNV

- : ISM
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Duration / Time

1 day

09:00 17:00

Course Fee
RMB 1,000 per day per participant including
course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

09:00 17:00

RMB1,000

Rule
Reg
Classification
& PSC

RCP5 Ships Superintendent

Content
- The interrelation between ship-owners, class
societies, insurance companies, flag
authorities, and last but not least, port state
authorities
- The role of class societies
- How class works and how to find related
information through DNV Exchange
- Practical implications of statutory
regulations and important issues in Rules &
Regulations coming into force
- Practical understanding of the hull strength,
stresses, corrosion and fatigue
- Hull and Machinery surveillance schemes
- Management systems, ISM and ISPS

DNV

ISMISPS

Objective

The purpose of this course is to assist


superintendents efficiently achieve compliance
with applicable requirements related to class,
flag state & port state.

Target Groups

The course is aimed at personnel involved in


ship technical management.

Teaching Method
Lecture in Chinese/English, material in
English discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

Course Fee
RMB 1,000 per day per participant including
course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

09:00 17:00

RMB 1,000

Content
- Main electrical system onboard
- Description of electrical components in
terms of design features
- Emergency systems
- Cable installation
- Earthing battery
- Ex-installations
- Survey/Inspection
- Testing

Objective
The main course objectives are to provide a
basic knowledge of design features of
electrical system onboard along with
understanding of essential items required for
surveys. The course shall also cover areas
requiring special attention during survey.

Target Groups

Superintendents, Ship Repair Managers,


Technical Staff Shipping Company and
Shipyards.

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, materials in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Rule
Reg
Classification
& PSC

RCP6 Electrical Installation Onboard Ships

Content
- Relevant IMO Conventions and Class Rules
- Design features, maintenance procedures,
inspection and survey
- IEC60092-502: Interpretation
- Gas dangerous spaces on tankers: Latest on
Hazardous area classification
- Newbuilding requirements: Documentation,
verification and survey

IMO

IEC60092-502

Objective

The course shall provide in depth understanding


of electrical installations on board modern
tankers in terms of design features, operational
challenge, testing, and inspection and survey
requirements during new building and ship-inoperation.

Target Groups

Superintendents and Senior Officers onboard,


Shipyard Technical Staff.

Teaching Method

Lecture in Chinese, materials in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 day

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Rule
Reg
Classification
& PSC

RCP7 Electrical Installation in Hazardous Area on Tankers

Rule
Reg
Classification
& PSC

RCP8 RightShip Inspector course


RightShip

Content
- Apply best practices on vessel inspection
- Understand and apply the RightShip
documentation
- Knowledge of changes in IMO rules and codes
- Knowledge of RCA tools and CAP report

RightShip
IMO
RCACAP

Objective

This course is designed to enhance RightShip


Inspectors on RightShip inspection
requirements, its documentation and sharing
best practices in inspection process,
techniques and common observations found
on board vessel. This course provides the
platform for RightShip inspectors to share
their vessel inspection experiences and best
practices. This course will introduce Root
Cause Analysis (RCA), RCA tools and Condition
Assessment Programme report and its content

RightShip

RCACAP

Target Groups

RightShip dry ship inspector

RightShip

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, materials in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

3 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Ship
Type

ST1 Hull Structure Bulk Carrier

Content
- Basic hull strength and loads
- Structural connections of a ship structure
- Hull structure failure types cracks,
buckling, indents and corrosion
- Bulker structures structural build up
- Typical damages and why they happen
- Consequence of damage and proposed repair

Objective

Upon completion of this course the

Participants will understand


-
- How to improve the quality of your inspections -
- How you can increase the efficiency of your
-
inspections
- How a hull damage affect the structural
integrity of your vessel

Target Groups

Technical Director / Fleet Managers /


Superintendents/Owner site supervisor/QC
member

/ / /
/

Teaching Method

Lecture in Chinese, Materials in Chinese,


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Ship
Type

ST2 Hull Structure Tanker

Content
- Basic hull strength and loads.
- Structural connections of a ship structure.
- Hull structure failure types cracks,
buckling, indents and corrosion
- Tankers structures structural build up
- Typical damages and why they happen
- Consequence of damage and proposed repair

Objective

Upon completion of this course the


,
Participants will understand
-
- How to improve the quality of your inspections -
- How you can increase the efficiency of your
-
inspections
- How a hull damage affect the structural
integrity of your vessel

Target Groups
Technical Director / Fleet Managers /
Superintendents/Owner site supervisor/QC
member

Teaching Method

/ / /
/

Lecture in Chinese, Materials in Chinese,


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Ship
Type

ST3 Hull Structure Container Carrier

Content
- Basic hull strength and loads.
- Structural connections of a ship structure.
- Hull structure failure types cracks,
buckling, indents and corrosion
- Container structures structural build up
- Typical damages and why they happen
- Consequence of damage and proposed repair

Objective

Upon completion of this course the


,
Participants will understand
-
- How to improve the quality of your inspections -
- How you can increase the efficiency of your
-
inspections
- How a hull damage affect the structural
integrity of your vessel

Target Groups

Technical Director / Fleet Managers /


Superintendents/Owner site supervisor/QC
member

/ / /
/

Teaching Method

Lecture in Chinese, Materials in Chinese,


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Ship
Technology

STE1

Fatigue Assessment

Content
-

Fatigue damage cases


Fatigue basic theory
Detail of DNV assessment CN 30.7
CSR fatigue assessment
Modelling for fatigue assessment
Low cycle fatigue

Objective

Upon completion of this course the


participants will understand
Fatigue basics
DNV CN for fatigue assessment
CSR fatigue assessment
Low cycle fatigue

DNV CN 30.7
CSR

DNVCN
CSR

Target Groups

Engineers in hull / outfitting department with


more than 2 years of experience

Teaching Method

Lecture in Chinese, materials in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

1 day

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Ship
Technology

STE2 Material Technology

Content

Basic requirements to materials


Basic metallurgy
Making and processing of steels
Heat treatment of steels / Stainless steels
Modern steel manufacturing
Welding metallurgy
Mechanical testing
Basic corrosion / Fatigue

Objective

Upon completion of this course the


participants will understand
How materials are manufactured
How material properties are obtained
and measured
How defects can deteriorate material
properties
How quality assurance principles from
materials properties are reflected in the
DNV and other sets of rules

DNV

Target Groups

Engineers with more than 2 years of


experience

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, materials in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Ship
Technology

STE3 Noise & Vibration

Content
-

Concept of noise & vibration


1st step, 2nd step and 3rd step analysis
Measurements and trouble shooting
Design recommendations to reduce noise &
vibration

Objective

-
-
-
-

Upon completion of this course the


,
participants will understand concept of noise &
vibrationapproach method, analysis and

design against noise and vibration.

Target Groups

Engineers having basic knowledge in noise &


vibration and in FEA.

FEA

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, materials in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Ship
Technology

STE4 Fuel Management course

Content
-

Fuel oil properties and performance in


diesel engine
International fuel oil standard
Fuel sample analysis
Sampling procedure
Quality throughout the fuel handling system
Fuel oil cleaning system
The new CWA class standard
Specific topics

Objective

Upon completion of this 2 days course


participants will have a thorough
understanding of all aspects of Bunker Fuel Oil
Quality Management so that they can
implement Safe, Efficient and Environmental
practices.

Target Groups
-

Shipowners & Charterers


Ship Managers
Fuel Suppliers & Traders
Fuel Purchasers
Marine Engineers & Officers
Power Plant Engineers & Managers

Teaching Method
Lecture in English, Materials in English,
discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2.5 days

2.5

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,500 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,500

Marine
Environment
Protection

MEP1 Fuel Oil Tank Protection

Content
-

Background and theory


Case studies
Interpretations
Documentation

Objective

Upon completion of this course the


participants will obtain knowledge about the
background and theory behind the new
requirements and be able to perform
calculations and assessments accordingly.

Target Groups

Engineers working in shipping/shipbuilding


and engaged in ships design

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, Materials in English,


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

1 day

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Maritime
Operation

MO1

Welding Process and Inspection

Content
-

Welding procedure qualification


Choice of welding consumables
Fabrication
Inspection methods
Common welded connection and welding
sequence
- Welder qualification
- Good workmanship

Objective
Upon completion of this course the
participants will understand welding method,
knowledge about welding procedure, skills to
evaluate a welding procedure and find nonconformance with rules and how to carry out
good workmanship, etc

Target Groups
Engineers having basic knowledge in welding
and engineers working in shipping design,
production & QC etc..

Teaching Method
Lecture in English, materials in Chinese/English,
discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

1 day

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc

RMB 1,000

Maritime
Operation

MO2

Working at Height

Content
-

Risk assessment technique


Hazards involved at heights
Standards
Tools and equipment
Emergency preparedness

Objective

The course shall familiarise participants


with the technique of Risk Assessment of
working at heights hazards identification,
update on tools, standards and equipment.

Target Groups

Technical Staff Ship Management Company


and Shipyards.

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, materials in Chinese/English,


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

1 day

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc

RMB 1,000

Maritime
Operation

MO3

Working in Confined Space

Content
- Risk assessment technique to identify
hazards, consequences, develop preventive
steps
- Confined spaces: Identification of hazards
- Development of appropriate procedures and
check list for safe entry
- Emergency preparedness
- Incident and hazard reporting
- Actions for improvement

Objective

The main objectives of the course are to


familiarise participants with the technique
of analyzing risks in a confined space in
systematic manner and develop adequate
procedure to address such hazards.

Target Groups

Superintendents, Senior Officers onboard


and Shipyard Technical Staff.

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, materials in Chinese/English,


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

1 day

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc

RMB 1,000

Maritime
Operation

MO4

NDT course

Content
NDT Principle and limitation
Qualification and Certification of NDT personnel
Visual Testing
Radiographic testing and Film review
Ultrasonic testing and practical demonstration
with learners
- Magnetic particle testing and practical
demonstration with learners
- Penetrant testing and practical demonstration
with learners
- Acceptance criteria in general
-

Objective
- Understand the basic principles of the most
-

commonly used NDT methods applied in shipyard


Differentiate between the various NDT methods
applied for detection of surface defects and subsurface defects in materials and welds
Choose the correct NDT methods for different
materials and welds
Understand the acceptance criteria and
Supporting documents relevant for NDT applied in
ships
Understand the different schemes for
qualification and certification of NDT operators
Evaluate NDT reports and how to check out
important items to be included in the reports.

Target Groups
NDT/QA/QC members, Owner inspectors/
auditors/supervisors & others

NDT

NDT

//

Teaching Method

Lecture in English or Chinese, materials in


English, discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc

RMB 1,000

NDT course for Steel Forging and Casting

Content
DNV Rule for inspection of Steel Forging and
Casting
Qualification and Certification of NDT personnel
Visual testing
Ultrasonic testing and practical demonstration
with learners
Magnetic particle testing and practical
demonstration with learners
Penetrant testing and practical demonstration
with learners
Rule reference standards
Acceptance criteria
Experience, issues and cases

DNV

Objective
- Understand DNV rule requirements on steel forging -

and casting w.r.t NDT


Understand rule reference standards and their
application
Choose the correct set-up for steel forging and
casting
Understand the acceptance criteria and supporting
documents relevant for NDT applied
Understand the different schemes for qualification
and certification of NDT operators
Evaluate NDT reports and how to check out
important items to be included in the reports.

Target Groups
-

NDT, QA/QC members in forging and casting


manufactures
Others in relation to inspection or NDT

Maritime
Operation

MO5

NDTDNV

- //
-

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, materials in English or Chinese,


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 16:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc

RMB 1,000

Maritime
Operation

MO6 Implementation of PSPC

Content
-

Paint technology
Surface preparation
Paint application/ Paint failures
Inspection methods
Amended SOLAS Regulation
IMO PSPC
IACS interpretation of PSPC for CSR, PR34
Verification-Initial review
Survey during construction and final review

Objective
Upon completion of this course the
participants will understand
- Basic painting technology
- The practical consequences of PSPC
- Understand how Class interpret and will
handle the PSPC requirements

Target Groups
All engineers working in shipping/shipbuilding
(Design, production, outfitting, QC &
Supervisors). Owners Site teams, Project
Managers

Teaching Method

SOLAS
IMO
PSPCCSRPR34IACS

PSPC
PSPC

Lecture and material in Chinese, discussions


and case studies

Duration / Time

1 day

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc

RMB 1,000

Maritime
Operation

MO7

Hull Inspection for Tankers

Content
-

Hull structure and load


Preparation for inspection
Coating and corrosion
Typical hull damage
Critical area
Inspection skills
Naming of ship structure

Objective

Upon completion of this course the


participants will be given knowledge about
how to carry out a safe and efficient hull
inspection and how to document the result.

Target Groups

Any ship or shore personnel carrying out tank


inspections on a regular basis

Teaching Method

Lecture in Chinese, discussions and case


studies

Duration / Time

1 day

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Content
- Basic hull strength and loads
- Structural connections of a ship structure
- Hull structure failure types cracks,
buckling, indents and corrosion
- Bulker structures structural build up
- Typical damages and why they happen
- Consequence of damage and proposed repair
- Loading & unloading
- Deck loading & stell coil loading
- Grain loading & cargo classes
- Ballast water exchange

Objective
-

How to improve the quality of your


inspections
- How you can increase the efficiency of your
inspections
- How a hull damage affect the structural
integrity of your vessel
- Understanding loading of different kind of
cargo and ballast water exchange

- -

- -

- -

Target groups

The course is aimed at personnel involved in


ship technical management

Teaching method

Lecture in English, discussions and case


studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Maritime
Operation

MO8 Hull Structure - Bulk Carrier & Safety

Content
Hull Inspection:
- Basic hull strength and loads
- Hull structure failure types cracks,
buckling, indents and corrosion
- Tanker/bulk carrier structures typical
damages and where to inspect

Thickness Measurement:
Class/CAP/CAS Surveys
Extent of thickness measurements
Thickness measurement pattern
Substantial corrosion
CAP UTM requirements

Objective
Upon completion of this course the
participants will understand
- Better understanding of hull structure and
where to look for damages
- DNV requirement and expectation on UTM

-
-
-

/CAP/CAS

CAP UTM

DNVUTM

Target Groups

Supervisors and technicians carrying out


ultrasonic thickness measurement onboard
vessels.

Teaching Method

Lecture in Chinese, materials in English,


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time
3 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc

RMB 1,000

Maritime
Operation

MO9 Hull Structure & Thickness Measurement or UTM Companies

Offshore
Rules
Reg
Classification

ORCO1

Offshore - Hull

Content
- FPSO Hull design
- DNV offshore standard and recommended
practices for offshore ships
- Direct analysis of wave bending moments
and shear forces
- FPSO design by DNV Software
- Preliminary section scantlings
- Design of FPSO specific details

FPSO
DNV

DNV FPSO

FPSO

Objective

Upon completion of this course the


Participants will understand structure
design of FPSO units from the initial design
phase to the detail design phase, etc.

, FPSO

Target Groups

Structural engineers/naval architects with


Basic knowledge of structural design of ship
and/or offshore structures

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, materials in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Offshore
Rules
Reg
Classification

ORCO2 Offshore System

Content
- General introduction to modern offshore
technology
- Conversion and subsea systems
- Principles of area classification
- Emergency Shut Down (ESD) Systems
- Fire and Gas (F&G) detection systems
- Fire integrity

ESD

Objective

Upon completion of this course the participants


will understand the basic principles of modern
offshore technology, special features and
requirements for a FPSO compared to a
conventional tanker, DNV Offshore Standards
and applicable recognized international
standards, etc.

,
FPSO
DNV

Target Groups

System engineers with basic knowledge of


system design of ship and/or offshore
structures

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, materials in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Offshore
Rules
Reg
Classification

ORCO3

Drillships - Hull

Content
- Basic principles of drilling vessel design
- Drilling semi-submersible
- Drill ships
- Self-elevating units
- Rules, Regulations, Classification of drillship
- Hull Girder Capacity (yield, buckling)
- Fatigue Assessment
- Structural design for structural categories
(special/primary/secondary)
- Hull interface (moonpool area, substructure)

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-
-
-
-
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-
-
-

Objective
Upon completion of this course the participants
will understand basic design concept of drillships
hull, differences between standard ship design
and drillship design and how to apply the DNV
standards for hull design

Target Groups

DNV

All engineers working in offshore/drillship


segment (design, production, QC & supervisors)

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, materials in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Offshore
Rules
Reg
Classification

ORCO4

Drillship - System

Content
- The basic principles of modern drilling
system technology
- Rules, Regulations and Classification of
drillship
- Special features of a drillship
- Drilling systems
- Safety related aspects
- System interfaces
- Risk analysis

Objective

Upon completion of this course the participants


will understand the basic principles of modern
drillship technology, special features of drilling
units and an overview of production systems,
drilling systems, layout and rules & regulations
etc.

Target Groups

All engineers working in offshore/drillship


segment (design, production, QC &
supervisors)

FEA

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, materials in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

Content
-

Introduction to RP-C203
Definition of S-N data and stresses to be used in
fatigue analysis
Stress concentration factors
Hot spot stress methodology
Simplified fatigue analysis
Introduction to RP-C206
Fatigue loads
Fatigue basic and analysis methods
Structural details
Overview of modelling techniques for fatigue
analysis
Design of partial penetration and fillet welds
Fillet welds and low cycle fatigue

Objective
To present the background to DNV-RP-C203 and
DNV-RP-C206. Describe the methodology, by use
of worked examples, such that after this course
participants can be confident in performing
fatigue analysis of steel structures based on these
documents.

- DNV-RP-C203
- S-N
- (SCF)
-
-
- DNV-RP-C206
-

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-
-

DNV-RP-C203 DNV-RP-C206

DNV

Target Groups

Designers of marine structures where a reliable


fatigue assessment and resistance against

Teaching Method

Lecture in English, materials in English


discussions and case studies

Duration / Time

2 days

09:00 17:00

Offshore
Rules
Reg
Classification

ORCO5 Fatigue Design of Offshore Structure and Offshore Ships

09:00 17:00

Course Fee

RMB 1,000 per day per participant including


course material, lunch, refreshment and
certificate etc.

RMB 1,000

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Greater China

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