Frequently asked questions

A Seagull Maritime onboard course consists of one or more e-learning modules and a workbook describing a set of practical and theoretical exercises which leads to a course certificate.

You can email your application as one .pdf attachment to obtraining@sgull.com.

No, you only need to send your application by email.

All questions about Seagull Maritime onboard courses must be sent to obtraining@sgull.com.

For Seagull Maritime to give you a quick and correct answer you must state your full name, date of birth, your company, and what type of onboard course your enquiry concern.

Under normal circumstances your certificate will be issued within two weeks after Seagull Maritime has received your onboard course application.

Seagull Maritime always sends original onboard course certificate and invoice to your company.

Seagull Maritime will contact you if you have provided proper contact information in your application, such as your/companies email address. Otherwise your application will be destroyed.

Yes, if your application is lost or destroyed you may not have to redo your workbook to get your onboard course certificate.

No, the crew members can discuss the course topics as a group, but all applications must be individually answered.

No, all e-learning reports must be printed, signed and stamped. All report must show time used, % completed, and % score.

Normally this is the Master or certified Assessor, if there is no assessor and the Master is the candidate another senior officer must sign and verify the application.

You can at all times download Seagull Maritimes latest workbooks from our web site or send a request to obtraining@sgull.com.

All received applications are filed and we compare them with our records of previously submitted applications. We will invoice for applications which is found to be copied from a previous submitted application or consider to be fraudulent.

Seagull Maritime onboard courses consists of one or more e-learning modules, a procedure and a workbook. The assessments in the e-learning modules and the workbook have to be completed onboard a vessel, sometimes using the vessels equipment.

Seagull Maritime distance course consists of one or more e-learning modules and a procedure. The assessments in the e-learning module can be completed onboard a vessel or in the company office.

Both our onboard courses and distance courses can carry approval, this can be flagstate or other approval. Because of this all our courses requires all assessments to be monitored and verified by an assessor or master. This is why you can not complete the entire course from home.


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