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IMO OPRC Model Training Courses

The International Convention on Oil Pollution Preparedness, Response and Cooperation (OPRC) in 1990 obliges governments to establish a program of exercises for oil pollution response organizations and training of relevant personnel.  It also calls on IMO (the International Maritime Organization, the United Nations specialized agency with responsibility for the safety and security of shipping and the prevention of marine pollution by ships) to develop a comprehensive training program in cooperation with interested governments and industry.

The IMO has developed a range of training courses to address all aspects of oil spill planning, response and management.  These are known as the OPRC Model Courses.  These courses have been designed and developed by an international group of experts from governments and industry.

The IMO OPRC Model courses on oil pollution preparedness and response have been developed for three levels of competency:

Compliant to the IMO OPRC Model courses on oil pollution preparedness and response, Leadership Indonesia has developed training program on oil pollution preparedness and response, with a bi-lingual training manual (in English and Indonesian). The training program is also compliant to the regulation No. PM 58 / 2013 from the Indonesian Minister of Transportation, particularly Chapter IV Article 7, and also to the decision No. UM 008/74/1/DJPL-13 from the Director General of Sea Transportation, particularly attachment I, II, III and IV.

Our professional and experienced instructors who speak Indonesian besides English, and who also understand the culture and condition of Indonesia, make sure that each of our training course participant will gain optimum know-how in support of their work and responsibility.