Complementary to our face-to-face courses, these
online training modules give prioir insight or provide an opportunity to further your knowledge on topics relating to oil and chemical spill response.
Get off to a good start
on this page, you will find the different e-learning courses developed by Cedre. For each one of them, a demo version is available for free. Access to the full course and related documentation requires enrolment fees.
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Content of fee-based e-learning courses
Each course includes:
- Access to the course for 1 year
- Certificate of completion of the course (subject to successful completion of the end-of-course test)
- Access to trainee and trainees-trainers forums (Q&A)
- Tools and documentation to explore the subject further
our e-learning courses
Surveying sites polluted by oil
For every major spill, shoreline surveys are critical. They allow decision-makers to prioritise the response, to be aware of the extent of the pollution at a specific time and to assign resources (personnel and equipment) to deploy and define the most appropriate response techniques.
Training course objectives
The command centre needs standard and reliable information on the extent of the shoreline pollution. This course aims to train anyone who may assist authorities in charge of the response with the surveying of oiled sites.
Following this online course, you will be able to:
- Identify which information is important and relevant to give to your command centre to conduct the response;
- Perform a survey mission in the field;
- Precisely fill in the standard survey form for the oiled shoreline;
- Segment a shoreline and desribe an oiled shoreline properly.
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Fees : €150 including VAT
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2. Other: visit our registerpage for more information
Behaviour of HNS spilled on water
Understanding the behviour of chemicals spilled on water is mandatory to deal with incidents involving HNS (Hazardous and Noxious Substances). Anticipation and solid knowledge of transported substances will help to mitigate the consequences for humans and the environment.
Training course objectives
This online courses is intended for local authorities, seafarers on board chemical tankers, bulk and gas carriers or container ship and anyone interested in gaining a better understanding the fate of HNS spills and the consequences for the environment and human health.
Following the course, you will be able to:
- Identify relevant information and parameters affecting the behaviour of HNS spilled on water;
- Anticipate impacted areas (atmosphere, water surface, water column or seabed);
- Refer to appropriate codes and regulations;
- Reduce risks and impacts on the environment and/or human health by taking measures according to the characteristics of the HNS.