Liquefied Gas Carrier National Center of Expertise (LGC NCOE) - Carrier Inspector Course

Gas Carrier Inspector Course (GAS) (MS-513)

DATES: Dates for upcoming LGCAP training sessions can be found at the EVENTS link.

Prerequisites:

Applicants must have the FGCE competency assigned in TMT.

The Gas Carrier Inspector Course is held at Calhoon MEBA Engineering School.

27050 St Michaels Rd, Easton, MD 21601 / (410) 822-9600
 

The purpose of the course is designed to familiarized PSCE with design standards, ship operations, cargo operations and hazards associated with the carriage of liquefied gases. Participants will receive instruction on the recommended procedures for conducting a liquefied gas carrier COC examination. Participants will also receive hands on cargo/ballast simulator training and participate in scenario based exercises and assessments.

The duration of the course is 5 days. To apply, submit a electronic training request (ETR). Additional course information can be found on TQC's website.


Priority:

Priority 1: Applicants that are assigned to feeder ports that have the FGCE competency designated as "attainable".

Priority 2: Applicants assigned to feeder ports with the FGCE competency designated as "sustainable" and those applicants assigned to non-feeder ports that conduct COC exams on liquefied gas carriers.