MLC 2006 train the trainers
Our Head inspector Patrick SELLHORN Obtained MLC 2006 train the trainers certification from the ILO Turin Center. Check out the following list of ILO/IMO CERTIFIED TRAINERS FROM MARITIME LABOR ACADEMY
The Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC, 2006) contains an important new compliance and enforcement component based on a flag State ship inspection and certification system, and port State control. It is essential that all countries with a maritime interest take steps to prepare for, and implement, their inspection obligations under the Convention. Well trained inspectors are crucial to ensuring better quality and consistency in national ship inspection systems worldwide.
In 2011 the ILO and its International Training Centre (ITC) in Turin launched the ILO Maritime Labour Academy, in order to provide a comprehensive range of training activities under the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC, 2006). The Academy covers a wide range of courses aimed at building capacities at national level, with regard to the preparation of the MLC, 2006, and at providing a unified approach to the Convention both in terms of interpretation and implementation. In fact, even though the MLC, 2006 leaves room for some flexibility at the national level, the ILO believes that it is important to provide a common understanding and a common pattern for implementation. In order to achieve these objectives the training activity is addressing all parties interested in the Convention, in the spirit of ILO tripartism, with a programme of five specialized courses, or “tracks”.