Course Type: Online E-Learning (Non VR)

This e-learning has been painstakingly developed to provide a comprehensive introductory curriculum for both shore based and sea-going crew in all aspects of the 2020 Sulphur Cap Regulation.

"The industry's first online exhaust gas scrubber course"

This course takes a close look into the main concerns regarding the IMO 2020 Sulphur Cap. The key topics will range from the main concerns regarding shipping during this period, what the 2020 legislation entails and the enforcement's that  will be put in place. 

In the latter stage of the course, critical and practical operational topics are explored including the solutions to meet the IMO legislation and preparation needed to install them. 

Learning Outcomes:

This introductory to the 2020 Sulphur Cap course is the perfect solution for anyone with limited knowledge of the risks associated with complying to the upcoming regulation and are looking to build a thorough understanding of the topic, and gain recognised certification in the process.

  • Develop a comprehensive understanding of the compliance options available to achieve the IMO 2020 Sulphur Cap

  • Build a knowledge of the applicable enforcement's set to achieve 0.5% Sulphur emission

  • Gain practical knowledge and understanding of how to actually achieve compliance in practice

Course curriculum

Chapter 1 - The Impact of Shipping

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  • Chris McMenemy

    Managing Director

    Chris McMenemy

    Chris McMenemy is Managing Director of Cleanship Solutions, part of Malin Group.Chris has been involved in ballast water management since 2009 and is considered an industry expert. Much of Chris's expertise is focused on the practical implementation of the IMO BWM Convention and USCG Final Rule requirements to existing vessels - including retrofitting.