This academy is designed to promote decent working and living conditions for seafarers and fair competition for shipowners. It trains trainers to build better ship inspection systems worldwide. Participants work in groups to design and run training sessions for their fellow participants. At the end of the academy, participants may choose to take a comprehensive exam. Those who pass receive a certificate from the ILO, which recognizes MLC, 2006 compliance.
Join this academy to learn how you can improve the livelihoods of maritime workers.
Stay and study on the banks of the Po River
Take an optional exam to prove your knowledge of MLC, 2006
Get exercises, presentations, and more training tools
Learn from ILO experts and maritime inspectors
The course aims to strengthen the capacity of trainers to train maritime labour inspectors in the MLC, 2006, and ensure better quality and consistency in inspection systems worldwide.
Trainers of maritime inspectors/surveyors, including labour inspectors with experience of maritime inspections, surveyors from classification societies that carry out maritime labour inspections on behalf of flag States and port States, and representatives of seafarers' and shipowners' organizations.
This academy appeals to a wide audience, because all training materials are adaptable to participants’ local contexts.
Active, hands-on learning methods ensure that participants are prepared to design and run training sessions in the field.
The optional end-of-academy exam allows participants to prove their knowledge and skills with an official ILO certification.
This highly practical academy provides participants with the tools they need, as well as the opportunity to run a training session.