Global Port Training trains all operational staff: equipment operators: Ship to shore crane, mobile harbour crane, RTG, RMG, Straddle Carrier, Tug, Reach Stacker, Empty Container handler, terminal tractor, wheel loader, dumper, excavator, forklift… And also: foreman, tallyman, signalman, multi-functional dockers, rigger, lasher, etc. For handling project cargo, general cargo correct slinging and handling loads is a core course in the programs.
GPT trains on simulators and the actual machines and distinguishes itself from its competition by training during operations. GPT trainers come from the operations, and when not training, work in operations and can take over at any point in time when vessels are getting short of time. GPT trains at the customer’s site so that all procedures are followed. During any training, ample attention is given to quality, safety, equipment maintainability, and sustainability. Think of energy efficiency, anticipation, safe driving, risk detection, and prevention. For operating terminals, coaching is the ideal approach improve the skills of the operators.
“GPT trains and coaches, from zero to hero with a focus on performance, quality, safety and sustainability. Even and especially during operations. Without standstills.”
Global Port Training trains management, terminal managers, dispatchers and develops tailor-made courses on: design of terminals, master planning, processes, procurement, technology, maintenance, pricing models, survey etc.
A few examples:
Terminal Manager training focuses on the design of terminals, operations, customer service and the use of equipment, systems, and technology.
Maintenance Managers learn how to set up a workshop? How to make correct calculations on utilities needed for the terminal, power requirements for equipment. Design and requirements for technical infrastructures. Equipment specification and ergonomics.
Topics covered for management training for ports and terminals include for example:
Have a look at “Antwerpporttraining” for more information on management training.
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