Maritime Terms & Abbreviations Practice Tests
This training has tried to cover terms commonly used in the maritime field. The terms and abbreviations used in charter parties, port equipment, ship types and nautical and seamanship terms are questioned and it is aimed to help people who will start their career or who want to improve themselves in this field.
Since maritime is a global industry, correct knowledge of the terms and abbreviations used in the profession is vital for safety, security and the smooth running of operations as well as a good communication environment.
It has become compulsory to communicate in a common language in this international sector where many parties such as seafarers, port and shore (office) workers, cargo and ship owners are involved. In order to serve this situation, This training includes practical tests which have been gathered under 4 main headings. These headings are: Chartering Terms and Abbreviations, Nautical and Seamanship Terms, Ship Types and Port Equipment.
With these practical tests, it is aimed to provide information for people who are studying in the field of maritime, who want to make a career in this field or improve themselves. The questions are in multiple choice format and consist of descriptions and related images.
We hope these tests will help you to be successful and improve yourself in your student career and business life.
Who this course is for:
- Students studying in the maritime field, professionals or amateurs interested in the maritime field, people who are at the beginning of their maritime career and want to improve themselves (brokers, seamen, port employees, etc.)
I graduated from Maritime Faculty, Department of Maritime Business Administration in 2007. I have experience both in business and academy since 2007. Throughout my career, I have contributed to positive business and academic results through effective organization, prioritization, and follow through of key studies and operations.
In my former Research Assistant role, I exercise a calculated and methodical approach to problem solving. While I am independently motivated, I appreciate collective efforts and collaborate productively within group settings. Moreover, I am competent in literature review and research with proficiency in data collection.
I look forward to sharing my knowledge and experience in education and learning with you.