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1 day or 8 hours

Dates at customer request

Face-to-face or remote

French or English

On the customer's premises


The fundamentals of energy transition in the maritime sector
(Focus on the port, yachting and pleasure boating)

Practical info

This one-day training course deals with energy transition issues in the maritime industry, with a particular focus on the yachting and pleasure boating sector. The aim is to deepen understanding of energy issues in order to better grasp the decarbonisation of fleets, as well as the challenges associated with bunkering, including regulatory constraints.

Public : Harbour masters, port directors, CSR managers, ship insurers, ship financing bankers, shipyard project managers, all profiles concerned by the energy transition in the maritime sector.

Declaration of activity registered under number 93 83 07713 83 with the Prefect of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region. This registration does not imply state approval.


Maximum number of employees :
8 people / session

Catering : Not included

Hosting : Not included

Terms and conditions of access : Registration via our registration form, by e-mail or telephone: at least 15 days before the start of the session.

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The programme

At the heart of this training course are two parts. The first is a 5-hour presentation of the fundamentals, including a mini-brainstorming session and a mini-quiz on each theme. The second part lasts between 1.5 and 3 hours, depending on the number of participants, and is devoted to discussion.


Part 1 - 4 themes

  • Energies and their colours: type of energy, colours on the market, production, storage, advantages and disadvantages, challenges and limits.

  • Technologies: What technologies exist, their specific features worldwide, their differences, their advantages and disadvantages.

  • Regulations: refuelling solutions, their regulatory framework, authorisations and constraints.

  • Sustainability, a global vision of the value chain: From production to use, solutions to reduce energy consumption, local production in short circuits.

Part 2 - Exchanges

  • Brainwriting: This exercise is an opportunity for you to reflect individually on your own understanding of the session and to draft your follow-up questions.

  • Brainstorming: This is an opportunity to create links between participants, to enable collective reflection. 
    It is also the ideal time to present your activities and talk about your own career path.

  • Role-playing: The aim of this exercise is to compare the information learned during the day with a real-life problem. We propose a concrete case study to get participants thinking about the 4 training themes, such as the choice of an engine based on a previously established specification.

  • FastFormKnowledge: A final quiz to make sure you've understood the fundamental principles. We strive to make this test both educational and enjoyable.

The objectives

  • Differentiate between all the energies concerned by the energy transition and understand the degree of decarbonisation of the various existing energies.

  • Identify the different technologies and understand their advantages and disadvantages in terms of reducing the impact on marine ecosystems (engine pollution, noise pollution, etc.). 

  • Understand the regulations in force by understanding the different components of the maritime ecosystem (company, bunkering, transport, storage, etc.). 

  • Adapt its environment by knowing the points of attention to reduce pollution based on life cycle analysis.

The professional skills and abilities targeted 

  • Assess the degree of decarbonisation of an energy concerned by the energy transition Assess the advantages and disadvantages of different technologies for reducing the impact on marine ecosystems

  • Analyse the maritime ecosystem (society, bunkering, transport, storage) 

  • Apply appropriate regulations 

  • Identify the sources of pollution from a ship 

  • Analyse a ship's life cycle to reduce pollution


Les modalités pédagogiques

Teaching resources

  • PowerPoint, Working document (pdf or printed for note-taking)

  • Case studies 

  • Quiz on Ahaslides 

  • Summary document 

  • Video projection material 

  • Rooms 

  • Method: Theory / interrogative, active


  • On-site

  • Review prior to the training course, with a presentation of the client's needs. 

  • Mid- and end-of-day review of the training, collection of impressions, regulation of the other days in the light of pedagogical developments. 

  • On-the-spot evaluation at the end of the training, debriefing on any discrepancies, formalising a regulation on the points raised. 


  • Assessment of what has been learnt (theory and practice / multiple-choice questions, practical exercises, etc.)

  • On-the-spot evaluation of the training (round table discussion, target, written assessment, etc.). 

  • Assessment of learning in relation to expected objectives "cold" after 3 months. 

  • Participant satisfaction

  • Tools will be put in place to check that trainees have actually followed the course (trainee and trainer enrolment forms, course certificate). A skills certificate will be issued to each trainee. 

  • Performance indicators: number of trainees enrolled over the year, number of training sessions, attendance rate, satisfaction rate, success rate in learning assessments.

HY-PLUG undertakes to adapt each training course to the real needs of the trainee. The training is based on an active teaching approach, with practical, personalised exercises that enable the trainee to learn in real time. The course is based on alternating theoretical and practical presentations. 
Video projection. Course support delivered to each participant. Practical exercises.

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1000€ Excludind VAT (Possibility of financing by your OPCO)

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Yachting professionals, hobbyists, students : you are more than welcome!


What they thought

Find out what people who have taken our course have to say and how they rate it!

Satisfaction rate obtained on the basis of 9 criteria: the presentation of the training, the teaching environment, the quality of the documentation, the pace of work, the quality of the presentation, the competence and availability of the trainer, the achievement of objectives, the quality of exchanges and the content of the training.

The success rate for learning assessments is obtained by dividing the number of certificates of achievement issued by the number of trainees enrolled.


Number of trainees: 3 (40 at the Academy of Monaco)

Number of courses: 1 (5 at the Academy of Monaco)

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Taux de satisfaction

Taux de réussite aux évaluations des acquis


Avis Formation HY-Plug Monaco, Claudia

What you liked :

"Camille's total mastery of this extremely rich and interesting training course around a most complex subject!"

What you would have liked :

"Pace a little too fast for a beginner like me to retain long-term information.

I missed understanding the value scale when talking about recharge, consumption, battery energy & autonomy. Tangible, visual examples would have helped integrate the information better."

Half-day session



A preliminary meeting will be arranged to adapt the course to your disability. Our trainers know how to adapt their teaching methods to suit different disability situations. 
Disability contact: Lopez Camille 


Lopez Camille - 06 29 72 77 81 -

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