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Salaam Maulid Nabi SAW to all. Peace & blessings be upon beloved Prophet Muhammad SAW.
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Maritime Project Management 24-25 February 2016, RINA HQ, London, UK Marine vessels and structures are generally large, technically complex, costly, and traditionally low production volume items. This conference aims to highlight the key elements in successful maritime project management, and to identify best practice and share experience that will help to deliver a benefit to the industry​. Basic Dry Dock Training Course 15-18 March 2016, RINA HQ London, UK DM Consulting's Basic Dry Dock Training is a 4-day course that covers the fundamentals and calculations of dry docking.​ Contract Management for Ship Construction, Repair and Design Course 27-29 April 2016, London, UK Dr Kenneth W. Fisher FRINA is regularly engaged by owners, government agencies, shipyards and vendors and as a consultant and expert witness in contract management. Dr Fisher has directed numerous arbitrations and analyses to identify the weak points and failures of contract management staffs which led to 'co…
The Ship Superintendent’s Role and Responsibilities Management Skills for Ship Superintendents Commercial Law and Insurance in the Maritime Industry Maritime Conventions, Regulatory Controls and Codes in Shipping The Marine Superintendent and the Application of Conventions The Technical / Engineering Superintendent Newbuilding, S&P, Drydocking, Maintenance, Repair, Conversion and Scrapping The Superintendent and Emergency Planning, Management and Response Project and Financial Management for Superintendents Special Knowledge for Ship Types Case Study: Topical Issues in Ship Superintendency.
Principal areas of knowledgeExamine the role of the Naval ArchitectClearly explain the fundamental tools, techniques and principles of naval architectureStudy the challenges imposed by the marine environment, and how these shape the design of shipsProvide knowledge of the science involved in naval architecture includinghydrostatics, hydrodynamics and materialsExplain essential ship operations, components and technology which must be considered in designEstablish the framework of rules, regulations and standards within which naval architects workDemystify the processes of ship design and construction
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The role of the ship manager within the context of the marine industry Describe both the ISM and ISPS Codes and their interrelationship with the manager Understand the linkage between quality, safety management and environmental systems Assess the management of resources and operations for vessel activities Analyse core business requirements such as accounting, customer service, law and insurance for ship managers Create and present professional written business reports
Marine Surveying Relationship between Surveyors and their Clients Business Skills for Surveyors Laws and Conventions relating to Marine Surveying Marine Surveying and Insurance The Surveyor's Role in Incident and Accident Investigation Naval Architecture for Marine Surveyors Marine Engineering and Systems for Surveyors Hull and Structural Surveys Safety and Security Surveys Specialist Modules Non-Liquid Cargo Surveys Liquid Cargo Surveys Superyachts Surveys Marine Environmental Surveying Marine Engineering and Systems Surveys International Safety Management (ISM) Code Surveys Warranty Surveys Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit Surveys
10 Wasiat Imam Hasan al-Banna: 1- Jika terdengar azan,maka segeralah bangun untuk menunaikan solat berjemaah walaubagaimana sekalipun keadaan seseorang itu. 2- Perbanyakkan bacaan al-Quran,selalu membuka kitab2 untuk menambah ilmu, pergi ke majlis2 Ilmu, perbanyakkan zikrullah dan jangan membuang masa dalam perkara yang tidak mendatangkan faedah. 3- Berusaha untuk bertutur dalam bahasa Arab yang Fushah kerana Bahasa Arab yang betul (Fushah) adalah lambing (syiar) Islam. 4- Janganlah bertengkar walau dalam apa jua keadaan sekalipun kerana pertengkaranyang kosong tidak mendatangkan apa-apa faedah. 5- Janganlah terlalu banyak ketawa kerana hati yang sentiasa berhubung dengan Allah sentiasa sahaja akan tenteram dan tenang. 6- Janganlah terlalu banyak bergurau kerana orang Islam yang sedang berjuang itu tidak mengerti erti bergurau melainkan bersungguh2 dalam setiap perkara. 7- Janganlah bercakap lebih nyaring daripada kadar yang dikehendaki oleh pendengar kerana percakapan yang nyaring itu adala…
On Sorrow and Anxiety: Sorrow, sadness for what has come to pass, anxiety and uncertainty of the future, are not things we need to escape. More and more we struggle to find happiness in a world that seems to insist that this state of being is fleeting at best. Like a dormant virus, sorrow and anxiety creep through our veins while we try to keep the plates of our happy lives spinning. “What's wrong with the world?” we ask ourselves. Really, though, what's wrong with us. We've grown up in a time and society that has taught us to escape the human conditions of sorrow and anxiety, and as we build our house of cards, we are in tears of frustration when someone we don't know, hundreds or thousands of miles away, blows it down. So we rebuild it only to find that we seem to be trapped in a cycle of rebuilding and wreckage. I think our greatest struggle, really, is our inability to embrace sorrow and anxiety as part of the human experience. Naturally we run from pain to pl…
Undertake some economic enterprise, even if you are wealthy. Try to establish a private business, regardless of how small it may be or how busy or scientifically spirited you are. Imam Hasan al-Banna.
The Life of Prophet Muhammad SAW Taken, with some editorial changes, from Pickthall’s introduction to his translation of the Qur’an. PART I In Makkah By Mohammed Marmaduke Pickthall The Prophet’s Birth Muhammad, son of Abdullah, son of Abdul Muttalib, of the tribe of Quraysh, was born in Makkah fifty-three years before the Hijrah. His father died before he was born, and he was protected first by his grandfather, Abdul Muttalib, and after his grandfather’s death, by his uncle Abu Talib. As a young boy he traveled with his uncle in the merchants’ caravan to Syria, and some years afterwards made the same journey in the service of a wealthy widow named Khadijah. So faithfully did he transact the widow’s business, and so excellent was the report of his behavior, which she received from her old servant who had accompanied him, that she soon afterwards married her young agent; and the marriage proved a very happy one, though she was fifteen years older than he was. Throughout the twenty-six years …