General framework of the training offer
This programme is taught by Centrale Nantes, the Ecole Navale and the Ecole Nationale Supérieure Maritime (ENSM). It is aimed at students in initial training and continuing education who wish to acquire expertise, a dual competence or specialised knowledge in order to develop their careers.
The Life Cycle Assessment of Ship (LICAS) Advanced Master aims to train experts in ship life cycles, with research and development and project management skills. LICAS prepares its graduates for engineering or design functions in a design office, or the positions of environment manager or QHSE engineer in construction, a design office or in shipping.
What is an advanced master- Mastère spécialisé®?
All programme modules are mandatory, with no optional courses.
- Part 1 – Environment, eco-design and life cycle – 120 hours – 17 ECTS
Life cycle methodology, tools in eco-design, fundamentals of environmental sciences and management of the product life cycle
- Part 2: Shipbuilding economics and CSR – 60 hours – 6 ECTS
Mapping maritime stakeholders concerned by the lifecycle. Circular economy.
- Part 3: Technological and industrial aspects of the life cycle, construction/ decommissioning – 60 hours – 6 ECTS
Family and choice of materials. Recycling and treatment of waste from ships at the end of their life.
- Part 4: Regulations – 60 hours – 5 ECTS
Legislative and regulatory framework. Environmental law. Regulations for the ship cycle.
- Part 5: Management and project management – 120 hours – 11 ECTS
Integrated management: Quality, safety and environment. Environmental analysis and management. Fundamentals of project management and organizational tools. The courses are accompanied by a project.
6 months of practical in-company training, completed by a professional thesis.
Specific contribution to MRE
This Specialized Master ® may also interest designers of research and R & D departments in MRE to help them eco-design energy systems and reduce environmental impacts.