Veritas Maritime Training Center Manila Courses

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COURSE NAME DURATION SCHEDULE

Voyage Planning 2 days M to F

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Overview This course is applied to all licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers who wants to improve/update/upgrade their knowledge and skills in Voyage Planning.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Demonstrate proficiency in passage planning techniques and have comprehensive understanding of current regulatory requirements.
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Cargo Loading And Discharging Operation 1 day M to F

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Overview In this course, the student will be introduced to basic cargo loading and discharging operation.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Demonstrate basic cargo loading and discharging operation.
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Cargo Loading And Discharging Operation With Hazmat 2 days M to F

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Overview In this course, the student will be introduced to basic cargo loading, discharging operation and IMDG.
Learning Outcomes
  • Demonstrate basic cargo loading and discharging operation.
  • Identify the Hazards of Dangerous Cargoes
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Cargo Record Book 1 day as per request

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Overview The Cargo Record Book (CRB) course highlights the Marpol 73/78 requirements and explains to attendees the potentially serious consequences of failure to comply with Marpol 73/78 regulations.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Demonstrate correct entries in the Cargo Record Book.
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

ADMIRALTY Digital Publications Familiarization 1 day as per request

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Overview This course intends to provide the knowledge, skill and understanding of ADMIRALTY e-Navigator.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Demonstrate capability and limitations of ADMIRALTY e-Navigator
  • Analyze in operation, interpretation, and analysis of information obtained from ADMIRALTY e-Navigator
  • Define management of operational procedures, system files and data, and all indicated sub-topics
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Ship Simulator & Bridge Teamwork 5 days as per request

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Overview This course is based on IMO Model Course 1.22. It essentially deals with the principles and practices of passage planning, keeping safe navigational watch, use of bridge resources, and team management and consists of various practical exercises with the use of full mission bridge simulator.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

 

  • Use engines and helm for ship maneuvering;
  • Understand the effects on the behavior of the ship of wind, current, shallow water, banks and narrow channels and condition of loading;
  • Be aware of the importance of planning a passage or maneuver and the need for an alternative plan;
  • A greater understanding and awareness of efficient bridge procedures and bridge teamwork during watch keeping and ship handling, in normal and in emergency situations;
  • A greater awareness and understanding of a good interactive communication style and benefit of building up a common shared mental model of the planned passage.
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Ship Simulator & Bridge Teamwork w/Bridge Resource Management 5 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is based on IMO Model Course 1.22. It essentially deals with the principles and practices of passage planning, keeping safe navigational watch, use of bridge resources, and team management and consists of various practical exercises with the use of full mission bridge simulator.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Familiarization with the use of engines and helm for ship maneuvering;
  • An understanding of the effects on the behavior of the ship of wind, current, shallow water, banks and narrow channels and condition of loading;
  • A greater awareness of the importance of planning a passage or maneuver and the need for an alternative plan;
  • A greater understanding and awareness of efficient bridge procedures and bridge teamwork during watch keeping and ship handling, in normal and in emergency situations;
  • A greater awareness and understanding of a good interactive communication style and benefit of building up a common shared mental model of the planned passage.
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Ship Simulator & Bridge Teamwork (Refresher) 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is based on IMO Model Course 1.22. It essentially deals with the principles and practices of passage planning, keeping safe navigational watch, use of bridge resources, and team management and consists of various practical exercises with the use of full mission bridge simulator.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

 

  • Familiarize with the use of engines and helm for ship maneuvering;
  • Understand the effects on the behavior of the ship of wind, current, shallow water, banks and narrow channels and condition of loading;
  • Will gain awareness of the importance of planning a passage or maneuver and the need for an alternative plan;
  • Will gain awareness of efficient bridge procedures and bridge teamwork during watch keeping and ship handling, in normal and in emergency situations;
  • Will gain awareness and understanding of a good interactive communication style and benefit of building up a common shared mental model of the planned passage
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Bridge Team Management 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is practical and theoretical and consists of series of exercises performed on a ship handling simulator and is compliant with the guidelines of IMO Model course1.22.
Learning Outcomes Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Familiarize with the use of engines and helm for ship maneuvering.
  • Understand the effects on the behavior of the ship of wind, current, shallow water, banks and narrow channels and condition of loading.
  • Will gain awareness of the importance of planning a passage or maneuver and the need for an alternative plan.
  • Understand and be aware of efficient bridge procedures and bridge teamwork during watch keeping and ship handling, in normal and in emergency situations.
  • Will gain awareness and understanding of a good interactive communication style and benefit of building up a common shared mental model of the planned passage.
All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Bridge Team Management (Refresher) 1 day as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is practical and theoretical and consists of series of exercises performed on a ship handling simulator and is compliant with the guidelines of IMO Model course1.22.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Familiarize with the use of engines and helm for ship maneuvering.
  • Understand the effects on the behavior of the ship of wind, current, shallow water, banks and narrow channels and condition of loading.
  • Gain awareness of the importance of planning a passage or maneuver and the need for an alternative plan.
  • Understand and be aware of efficient bridge procedures and bridge teamwork during watch keeping and ship handling, in normal and in emergency situations;
  • Gain awareness and understanding of a good interactive communication style and benefit of building up a common shared mental model of the planned passage
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Bridge Resource Management 3 days as per request

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Overview Compliance with the Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watch keeping for Seafarers, 1978 as amended in 1995 (STCW) which provides in Chapter VIII, Part 3-1 of the non-mandatory “Code B” guidance on keeping a navigational watch and suggests that shipping companies take initiative in implementing Bridge Resource Management (BRM) concept on their vessels.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Familiarize with the use of engines and helm for ship maneuvering;
  • Understand the effects on the behavior of the ship of wind, current, shallow water, banks and narrow channels and condition of loading;
  • Gain awareness of the importance of planning a passage or maneuver and the need for an alternative plan;
  • Understand the efficient bridge procedures and bridge teamwork during watch keeping and ship handling, in normal and in emergency situations;
  • A greater awareness and understanding of a good interactive communication style and benefit of building up a common shared mental model of the planned passage
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Bridge Resource Management (Refresher) 1 day as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview Compliance with the Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watch keeping for Seafarers, 1978 as amended in 1995 (STCW) which provides in Chapter VIII, Part 3-1 of the non-mandatory “Code B” guidance on keeping a navigational watch and suggests that shipping companies take initiative in implementing Bridge Resource Management (BRM) concept on their vessels.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Familiarize with the use of engines and helm for ship maneuvering;
  • Understand the effects on the behavior of the ship of wind, current, shallow water, banks and narrow channels and condition of loading;
  • Gain awareness of the importance of planning a passage or maneuver and the need for an alternative plan;
  • Understand be aware of efficient bridge procedures and bridge teamwork during watch keeping and ship handling, in normal and in emergency situations;
  • Gain awareness and understanding of a good interactive communication style and benefit of building up a common shared mental model of the planned passage
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Electronic Chart Display & Information System (IMO MC 1.27) 5 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview The course is designed to meet the STCW requirements on the use of ECDIS, as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendments, specifically as these apply to Tables A-II/1, A-II/2 and A-II/3 and also to revised guidelines pertaining to training and assessment in the operational use of ECDIS in Table B-I (paragraphs 36 through 66), assessment in navigational watchkeeping and evaluation, of competence, both in Table B-II.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Know the capability and limitations of ECDIS operations, and all indicated sub-topics
  • Operate, interpretive, and analyze information obtained from ECDIS, and all indicated sub-topics
  • Manage operational procedures, system files and data, and all indicated sub-topics
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Electronic Chart Display & Information System (Refresher) 2 days as per request

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Overview This course intends to provide the knowledge, skill and understanding of ECDIS and electronic charts to the thorough extent needed to safely navigate vessels whose primary means of navigation is ECDIS. The course emphasizes both the application and learning of ECDIS in a variety of underway contexts.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Know the capability and limitations of ECDIS operations, and all indicated sub-topics
  • Perform operation, interpretation, and analysis of information obtained from ECDIS, and all indicated sub-topics
  • Manage operational procedures, system files and data, and all indicated sub-topics
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Steering Course 2 days as per request

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Overview This course provides training, guidance and practice for all seafarers assign in steering the ship.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Familiarize with the use of engines and helm for ship maneuvering;
  • An understanding of the effects on the behavior of the ship of wind, current, shallow water, banks and narrow channels and condition of loading;
  • A greater awareness of the importance of planning a passage or maneuver and the need for an alternative plan;
  • A greater understanding and awareness of efficient bridge procedures and bridge teamwork during watch keeping and ship handling, in normal and in emergency situations;
  • A greater awareness and understanding of a good interactive communication style and benefit of building up a common shared mental model of the planned passage
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Ship Handling and Maneuvering 5 days as per request

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Overview The courses essentially cover the most of the important principles and techniques on how to safely and efficiently handle a vessel in common situations.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Demonstrate various maneuvers in open and confined waters, including narrow channels and rivers with use of main engines, thrusters and tugs
  • Explain original data for turning circles, crash stop, and man overboard recovery
  • Demonstrate docking and undocking maneuvers, anchoring, and picking up pilots
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Liquid Cargo Handling Simulator 2 days as per request

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Overview This course is intended for seafarers who have limited direct understanding of liquid cargo tanker operations and are about to assume immediate responsibility in handling of cargoes onboard tanker vessels.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Explain with the Oil Tanker’s basic design and layout.
  • Demonstrate Loading, Discharging and Tank Cleaning operations as well as Ballast handling operations.
  • Identify Safety Precautions, Hazards and Emergency Procedures during tanker operations
  • Explain existing National and International Regulations regarding ship safety and environmental concerns
  • Prepare a detailed and comprehensive Cargo Plan
  • Explain proper operation of the Inert Gas System
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Liquid Cargo Handling Simulator (Refresher) 1 day as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is intended for seafarers who have limited direct understanding of liquid cargo tanker operations and are about to assume immediate responsibility in handling of cargoes onboard tanker vessels.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Explain with the Oil Tanker’s basic design and layout.
  • Demonstrate Loading, Discharging and Tank Cleaning operations as well as Ballast handling operations.
  • Identify Safety Precautions, Hazards and Emergency Procedures during tanker operations
  • Explain existing National and International Regulations regarding ship safety and environmental concerns
  • Prepare a detailed and comprehensive Cargo Plan
  • Explain proper operation of the Inert Gas System
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Safe Navigation & Collision Avoidance 2 days as per request

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Overview This course includes exercises in communication, simulation in electronics navigation with application of ColReg 1972 by the use of ECDIS, RADAR and Automatic Plotting Aids. AIS, compass, communication equipment, sounds and lights signals were also included in simulation exercises.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Operate the anti-collision devices.
  • Perform electronic navigation simulated exercises with the application of ColReg 1972.
  • Choose the RADAR mode of display; select plotting and graphics control suitable to the existing circumstances;
  • Identify operational alarms in ECDIS/RADAR, acquire and track targets which present potential threat of collision.
  • Identify target’s course, speed, CPA and TCPA to avoid close quarter situation:
  • Operate ARPA trial maneuver function to confirm own ship’s actions.

Perform the standard set out in IMO assembly Resolution A. 823 (19) and factors (including errors in course in speed inputs) which may affect the accuracy of derived information

Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Collision Avoidance Course 1 day as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course includes exercises in communication, simulation in electronics navigation with application of ColReg 1972 by the use of ECDIS, RADAR and Automatic Plotting Aids. AIS, compass, communication equipment, sounds and lights signals were also included in simulation exercises.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Operate the anti-collision devices.
  • Perform electronic navigation simulated exercises with the application of ColReg 1972.
  • Choose the RADAR mode of display; select plotting and graphics control suitable to the existing circumstances;
  • Identify operational alarms in ECDIS/RADAR, acquire and track targets which present potential threat of collision.
  • Identify target’s course, speed, CPA and TCPA to avoid close quarter situation:
  • Operate ARPA trial maneuver function to confirm own ship’s actions.
  • Perform the standard set out in IMO assembly Resolution A. 823 (19) and factors (including errors in course in speed inputs) which may affect the accuracy of derived information
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Crude Oil Washing/Inert Gas System 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course comprises a familiarization training program appropriate to their duties and responsibilities, including the operational checks, their associated hazards, safety measures, emergency operations and maintenance. The course syllabus covers the mandatory minimum requirements prescribed in Section A-V/1 para 10 & 12 of STCW ’95 and IMO Resolution A. 446(XI) Appendix II as amended by Resolution A.497 (XII).
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Demonstrate overall charge of a crude oil washing operation. (Appropriate experience is defined in IMO Res A. 446(XI) Section 5 as amended by Res. A.497 (XII).
Entry Requirements This course is open to all shipboard personnel

ECDIS-JRC Type Specific (Model: JAN-901B/701B/2000/901M/901/701) 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements of regulations I/12 of the STCW convention and section A-II/1&2 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model course1.27.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the JRC ECDIS.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the JRC ECDIS equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of JRC ECDIS-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

ECDIS-JRC Type Specific (Model: JAN-901B/701B/2000/901M/901/701) Refresher 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements of regulations I/12 of the STCW convention and section A-II/1&2 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model course1.27.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the JRC ECDIS.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the JRC ECDIS equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of JRC ECDIS-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

ECDIS-JRC Type Specific Model: JAN-7201/JAN 9201 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements of regulations I/12 of the STCW convention and section A-II/1&2 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model course1.27.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the JRC ECDIS.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the JRC ECDIS equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of JRC ECDIS-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

ECDIS-JRC Type Specific Model: JAN-7201/JAN 9201 Refresher 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements of regulations I/12 of the STCW convention and section A-II/1&2 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model course1.27.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the JRC ECDIS.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the JRC ECDIS equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of JRC ECDIS-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

ECDIS-FURUNO Type Specific (Model: FEA 2107/FEA 2807) 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements of regulations I/12 of the STCW convention and section A-II/1&2 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model course1.27.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the FURUNO FEA.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the FURUNO FEAequipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of FURUNO FEA-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

ECDIS-FURUNO Type Specific (Model: FEA 2107/FEA 2807) Refresher 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements of regulations I/12 of the STCW convention and section A-II/1&2 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model course1.27.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the FURUNO FEA.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the FURUNO FEAequipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of FURUNO FEA-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

ECDIS-FURUNO Type Specific (Model: FMD 3100/FMD 3200/FMD 3300 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements of regulations I/12 of the STCW convention and section A-II/1&2 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model course1.27.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the FURUNO FMD.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the FURUNO FMDequipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of FURUNO FMD-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

ECDIS-FURUNO Type Specific (Model: FMD 3100/FMD 3200/FMD 3300 Refresher 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements of regulations I/12 of the STCW convention and section A-II/1&2 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model course1.27.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the FURUNO FMD.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the FURUNO FMDequipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of FURUNO FMD-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

ECDIS-TRANSAS Type Specific (Model: Navi-Sailor 4000) 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements of regulations I/12 of the STCW convention and section A-II/1&2 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model course1.27.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the TRANSAS.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the TRANSAS equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of TRANSAS -related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

ECDIS-TRANSAS Type Specific (Model: Navi-Sailor 4000) Refresher 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements of regulations I/12 of the STCW convention and section A-II/1&2 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model course1.27.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the TRANSAS.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the TRANSAS equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of TRANSAS -related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

ECDIS-DANELEC Type Specific (Model: DM 800 Ver.1.5) 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements of regulations I/12 of the STCW convention and section A-II/1&2 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model course1.27.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the DANELEC.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the DANELEC equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of DANELEC -related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

ECDIS-DANELEC Type Specific (Model: DM 800 G2 Ver. 2) 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements of regulations I/12 of the STCW convention and section A-II/1&2 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model course1.27.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the DANELEC.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the DANELEC equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of DANELEC -related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

ECDIS-DANELEC Type Specific (Model: DM 800 G2 Ver.2) Refresher 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements of regulations I/12 of the STCW convention and section A-II/1&2 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model course1.27.
 Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the DANELEC.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the DANELEC equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of DANELEC -related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

ECDIS-DANELEC Type Specific (Model: DM 800 G2 Ver.3) 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements of regulations I/12 of the STCW convention and section A-II/1&2 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model course1.27.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the DANELEC.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the DANELEC equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of DANELEC -related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

ECDIS-DANELEC Type Specific (Model: DM 800 G2 Ver.3) Refresher 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements of regulations I/12 of the STCW convention and section A-II/1&2 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model course1.27.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the DANELEC.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the DANELEC equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of DANELEC -related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

CEACT/ORCA River 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements in accordance to chapter II, section A-II/1 and A-II/2 of the International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendments .
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the CEACT/ORCA RIVER.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the CEACT/ORCA RIVER equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of CEACT/ORCA RIVER -related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

ORCA Master G2 2 days as per request

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements in accordance to chapter II, section A-II/1 and A-II/2 of the International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendments .
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the ORCA MASTER G2.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the ORCA MASTER G2equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of ORCA MASTER G2-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

IMTECH Sea Guide 2 days as per request

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements in accordance to chapter II, section A-II/1 and A-II/2 of the International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendments .
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the IMTECH SEA GUIDE.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the IMTECH SEA GUIDEequipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of IMTECH SEA GUIDE-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

 SAM Electronics CHARTPILOT 2 days as per request

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements in accordance to chapter II, section A-II/1 and A-II/2 of the International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendments .
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the SAM ELECTRONICS ECDISPILOT PLATINUM.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the SAM ELECTRONICS ECDISPILOT PLATINUMequipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of SAM ELECTRONICS ECDISPILOT PLATINUM-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Chart World e Globe G2 2 days as per request

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements in accordance to chapter II, section A-II/1 and A-II/2 of the International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendments .
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the CHART WORLD E GLOBE G2.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the CHART WORLD E GLOBE G2equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of CHART WORLD E GLOBE G2-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Raytheon Anschutz ECDIS 2 days as per request

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements in accordance to chapter II, section A-II/1 and A-II/2 of the International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendments .
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the RAYTHEON ANSCHUTZ ECDIS.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the RAYTHEON ANSCHUTZ ECDIS equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of RAYTHEON ANSCHUTZ ECDIS -related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Consilium S-ECDIS (Standard-ECDIS) 2 days as per request

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements in accordance to chapter II, section A-II/1 and A-II/2 of the International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendments .
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the CONSILIUM S-ECDIS (Standard-ECDIS).
  • Demonstrate proper use of the CONSILIUM S-ECDIS (Standard-ECDIS)equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of CONSILIUM S-ECDIS (Standard-ECDIS)-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Consilium ECDIS (“Sales mar” ECDIS) 2 days as per request

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements in accordance to chapter II, section A-II/1 and A-II/2 of the International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendments .
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the CONSILIUM ECDIS (“Sales mar” ECDIS).
  • Demonstrate proper use of the CONSILIUM ECDIS (“Sales mar” ECDIS)equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of CONSILIUM ECDIS (“Sales mar” ECDIS)-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Consilium ECDIS G2 2 days as per request

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements in accordance to chapter II, section A-II/1 and A-II/2 of the International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendments .
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the CONSILIUM ECDIS G2.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the CONSILIUM ECDIS G2 equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of CONSILIUM ECDIS G2-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Martek Marine iECDIS 2 days as per request

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements in accordance to chapter II, section A-II/1 and A-II/2 of the International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendments .
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the
  • Demonstrate proper use of the MARTEKMARINEiECDISequipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of MARTEKMARINEiECDIS-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Kelvin Hughes Manta Digital ECDIS 2 days as per request

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements in accordance to chapter II, section A-II/1 and A-II/2 of the International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendments .
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL ECDIS.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL ECDISequipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of KELVIN HUGHES MANTA DIGITAL ECDIS-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

NG Sperry Marine Vision Master FT 2 days as per request

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements in accordance to chapter II, section A-II/1 and A-II/2 of the International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendments .
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the NG SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the NG SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FTequipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of NG SPERRY MARINE VISION MASTER FT-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

SIMRAD E5024 2 days as per request

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements in accordance to chapter II, section A-II/1 and A-II/2 of the International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendments .
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the SIMRAD E5024.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the SIMRAD E5024equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of SIMRAD E5024-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Simrad MARIS ECDIS900 2 days as per request

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements in accordance to chapter II, section A-II/1 and A-II/2 of the International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendments .
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the SIMRAD MARIS ECDIS900.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the SIMRAD MARIS ECDIS900equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of SIMRAD MARIS ECDIS900-related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Tokyo Keiki EC-8100/8600 2 days as per request

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course has been designed to meet the requirements in accordance to chapter II, section A-II/1 and A-II/2 of the International Convention on Standard of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as revised by the 2010 Manila Amendments .
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Acquire a thorough knowledge and functional understanding of the basic principles governing ENC/ARCS data and its proper display in the TOKYO KEIKI EC-8100/8600.
  • Demonstrate proper use of the TOKYO KEIKI EC-8100/8600equipment, including the use of navigational functions associated with route planning and monitoring; the ability to select, display, and interpret relevant information, and knowing what proper action to take in case of malfunction.
  • Be aware of TOKYO KEIKI EC-8100/8600 -related limitations, particularly those associated with errors of interpretation, over-reliance, and complacency
Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Engine Courses

COURSE NAME DURATION SCHEDULE

Oil Record Book 1 day M to F

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview The Oil Record Book (ORB) course highlights the Marpol 73/78 requirements and explains to attendees the potentially serious consequences of failure to comply with Marpol 73/78 regulations.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Execute with correct entries in the Oil Record Book.
Entry Requirements This course is open to All Engine Officers

Onboard Machinery Familiarization Course 1 day M to F

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview The course provides greater understanding Under Column 1 Competence Table A-III/4, The course aims to stress the importance of strict adherence and compliance of seafarers onboard to the general instructions and guidelines for carry out a watch routine appropriate to the duties of a ratings forming part of an engine room watch.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Critique in terms used in machinery spaces and names of machinery and equipment.
  • Demonstrate explanations for all machinery onboard familiarization and use and safety equipment attached to main and auxiliary machineries.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all Marine Engineers

Engine Room Simulator with ERM 5 days M to F

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview The course is essentially a practical one, consisting of a series of exercises structured around the operation of a ship’s machinery installation and carried out in conjunction with a TRANSAS ERS 4000 engine room simulator.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Familiarization with the use of instrumentation and controls extensively used in the engine rooms of modern merchant ships.
  • A greater awareness of the need for proper pre-planning and the use of checklist, and of the timescales in start-up procedures.
  • A greater understanding of the way in which machinery units are interdependent.
  • An acquisition of experience in identifying operational problems and trouble-shooting them.
  • An improvement in their ability to make decisions that promotes the safety and efficiency of an operational plant.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all Engine personnel and electricians

Engine Resource Management 3 days M to F

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview The course is essentially a practical one, consisting of a series of exercises structured around the operation of a ship’s machinery installation and carried out in conjunction with a TRANSAS ERS 4000 engine room simulator.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Familiarization with the use of instrumentation and controls extensively used in the engine rooms of modern merchant ships.
  • A greater awareness of the need for proper pre-planning and the use of checklist, and of the timescales in start-up procedures.
  • A greater understanding of the way in which machinery units are interdependent.
  • An acquisition of experience in identifying operational problems and trouble-shooting them.
  • An improvement in their ability to make decisions that promotes the safety and efficiency of an operational plant.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all Engine personnel and electricians

Engine Room Simulator Refresher 2 days W to F

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is applied to all licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers who wants to improve/update/upgrade their knowledge and skills in Voyage Planning.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

Demonstrate proficiency in passage planning techniques and have comprehensive understanding of current regulatory requirements.

Entry Requirements All licensed Deck hand and Deck Officers

Health Safety Environment

COURSE NAME DURATION SCHEDULE

Hazardous Atmosphere Monitoring 2 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is intended to provide knowledge and overview of the Hazardous Atmosphere Monitoring.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Identify the characteristics of an enclosed space.
  • Understand the purpose of atmospheric testing in an enclosed space
  • Learn how Safety Management for entry in enclosed spaces are implemented
  • Familiarize about enclosed space entry permit
  • Know the general precautions in entering an enclosed space
  • Identify the hazards related to specific types of ships or cargo
  • Knowledge about the mandatory requirements for vessels to carry portable gas detectors.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers

Hazardous Atmosphere Monitoring in an Enclosed Space 2 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is intended to provide knowledge and overview of the Hazardous Atmosphere in an Enclosed Space.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Identify the characteristics of an enclosed space.
  • Understand the purpose of atmospheric testing in an enclosed space
  • Learn how Safety Management for entry in enclosed spaces are implemented
  • Familiarize about enclosed space entry permit
  • Know the general precautions in entering an enclosed space
  • Identify the hazards related to specific types of ships or cargo
  • Knowledge about the mandatory requirements for vessels to carry portable gas detectors.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Enclosed Space Entry Course 2 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is intended to provide knowledge and overview of Enclosed Space Entry Course.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Explain the Enclosed Space Entry Course.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Gas Measuring Equipment 2 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is intended to provide knowledge and overview of Gas Measuring Equipment.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Explain the Gas Measuring Equipment.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Ship Security Awareness Training and Seafarer with Designated Security Duties  1 day M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course covers the mandatory competences and the required knowledge, understanding and proficiencies prescribed in Section A-VI/6, Table A-VI/6-1 and Table A-VI/6-2of the STCW Code as amended.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Contribute to the enhancement of maritime security through heightened awareness;
  • Recognize of security risks and threats;
  • Understand of the need for and methods of maintaining security awareness and vigilance;
  • Maintain the conditions set out in a ship security plan;
  • Undertake regular security inspections of the ship; and
  • Use security equipment and systems properly.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Shipboard Safety Officer Course 2 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview Shipboard Safety Officer Course is a three-day course which focuses largely on safety procedures and awareness with regards to various working practices common to all ships.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Identify hazards involve in a particular work
  • Understand contents of Risk Assessment
  • Effectively implement requirements and recommendations set out in Risk Assessment & Tool-box Meeting
  • Demonstrate knowledge in different permit-to-work systems
  • Actively participate in near-miss reporting
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Ship Security Officer 3 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course covers the mandatory competences and the required knowledge, understanding and proficiencies prescribed in Section A-VI/5, Table A-VI/5 of the STCW Code as amended.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Maintain and supervise the implementation of a ship security plan
  • Assess security risk, threat and vulnerability;
  • Undertake regular inspections of the ship to ensure that appropriate security measures are implemented and maintained;
  • Ensure that security equipment and systems, if any, are properly operated, tested and calibrated
  • Encourage security awareness and vigilance.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Risk Assessment & Incidenst Investigation 3 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is a three-days instruction which focuses on risk assessment of various shipboard operations and incident investigation.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Implement proper techniques of making a risk assessment and conducting an incident investigation.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all Shipboard Personnel.

Hazardous Materials 4 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is intended for individuals who manage hazardous materials in their job and is compliant with the guidelines of IMO Model course1.10.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Identify the proper shipping methods for hazardous materials in air, water, and land.
  • Recognize information needed on shipping papers for specific types of hazardous wastes
  • Utilize proper labelling, marking, and placarding required for hazardous waste transportation
  • Develop information gathering techniques needed for required incident reporting and emergency notification
  • Show understanding of the documentation for shipping papers and manifests.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Bulk Carrier Safety Course 3 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview The course content is based on the day to day operations of bulk carrier ship and safety. It is conducted for all who want to join a bulk carrier and a refresher course for who already worked on or working on bulk carriers.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Demonstrate competence in Bulk Carrier day to day operation.
  • Understand the procedure in unloading system operation and maintenance.
  • Explain the procedure between ship and the terminal prior to cargo loading/unloading.
  • Enumerate the important factors in cargo loading/unloading and handling of ballast
  • Understand the chartering terms and shipping abbreviation.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all Deck officers

Shipboard Environmental Management System 2 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview With the move towards green products and sustainable development, increasing attention is being given towards environment management tools such as environment auditing and environment management systems (EMS).
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Support the design, development and implementation of an EMS
  • Establish an EMS
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Ballast Water Management 1 day M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview The IMO Ballast Water Management Convention (2004) has been ratified and requires all ships to implement a Ballast Water Management plan.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Implement Ballast Water Management plan properly and wisely.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Other

COURSE NAME DURATION SCHEDULE

Hazardous Atmosphere Monitoring 2 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is intended to provide knowledge and overview of the Hazardous Atmosphere Monitoring.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Identify the characteristics of an enclosed space.
  • Understand the purpose of atmospheric testing in an enclosed space
  • Learn how Safety Management for entry in enclosed spaces are implemented
  • Familiarize about enclosed space entry permit
  • Know the general precautions in entering an enclosed space
  • Identify the hazards related to specific types of ships or cargo
  • Knowledge about the mandatory requirements for vessels to carry portable gas detectors.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers

Hazardous Atmosphere Monitoring in an Enclosed Space 2 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is intended to provide knowledge and overview of the Hazardous Atmosphere in an Enclosed Space.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Identify the characteristics of an enclosed space.
  • Understand the purpose of atmospheric testing in an enclosed space
  • Learn how Safety Management for entry in enclosed spaces are implemented
  • Familiarize about enclosed space entry permit
  • Know the general precautions in entering an enclosed space
  • Identify the hazards related to specific types of ships or cargo
  • Knowledge about the mandatory requirements for vessels to carry portable gas detectors.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Enclosed Space Entry Course 2 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is intended to provide knowledge and overview of Enclosed Space Entry Course.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Explain the Enclosed Space Entry Course.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Gas Measuring Equipment 2 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is intended to provide knowledge and overview of Gas Measuring Equipment.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Explain the Gas Measuring Equipment.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Ship Security Awareness Training and Seafarer with Designated Security Duties  1 day M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course covers the mandatory competences and the required knowledge, understanding and proficiencies prescribed in Section A-VI/6, Table A-VI/6-1 and Table A-VI/6-2of the STCW Code as amended.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Contribute to the enhancement of maritime security through heightened awareness;
  • Recognize of security risks and threats;
  • Understand of the need for and methods of maintaining security awareness and vigilance;
  • Maintain the conditions set out in a ship security plan;
  • Undertake regular security inspections of the ship; and
  • Use security equipment and systems properly.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Shipboard Safety Officer Course 2 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview Shipboard Safety Officer Course is a three-day course which focuses largely on safety procedures and awareness with regards to various working practices common to all ships.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Identify hazards involve in a particular work
  • Understand contents of Risk Assessment
  • Effectively implement requirements and recommendations set out in Risk Assessment & Tool-box Meeting
  • Demonstrate knowledge in different permit-to-work systems
  • Actively participate in near-miss reporting
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Ship Security Officer 3 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course covers the mandatory competences and the required knowledge, understanding and proficiencies prescribed in Section A-VI/5, Table A-VI/5 of the STCW Code as amended.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Maintain and supervise the implementation of a ship security plan
  • Assess security risk, threat and vulnerability;
  • Undertake regular inspections of the ship to ensure that appropriate security measures are implemented and maintained;
  • Ensure that security equipment and systems, if any, are properly operated, tested and calibrated
  • Encourage security awareness and vigilance.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Risk Assessment & Incidenst Investigation 3 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is a three-days instruction which focuses on risk assessment of various shipboard operations and incident investigation.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Implement proper techniques of making a risk assessment and conducting an incident investigation.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all Shipboard Personnel.

Hazardous Materials 4 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview This course is intended for individuals who manage hazardous materials in their job and is compliant with the guidelines of IMO Model course1.10.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Identify the proper shipping methods for hazardous materials in air, water, and land.
  • Recognize information needed on shipping papers for specific types of hazardous wastes
  • Utilize proper labelling, marking, and placarding required for hazardous waste transportation
  • Develop information gathering techniques needed for required incident reporting and emergency notification
  • Show understanding of the documentation for shipping papers and manifests.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Bulk Carrier Safety Course 3 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview The course content is based on the day to day operations of bulk carrier ship and safety. It is conducted for all who want to join a bulk carrier and a refresher course for who already worked on or working on bulk carriers.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Demonstrate competence in Bulk Carrier day to day operation.
  • Understand the procedure in unloading system operation and maintenance.
  • Explain the procedure between ship and the terminal prior to cargo loading/unloading.
  • Enumerate the important factors in cargo loading/unloading and handling of ballast
  • Understand the chartering terms and shipping abbreviation.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all Deck officers

Shipboard Environmental Management System 2 days M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview With the move towards green products and sustainable development, increasing attention is being given towards environment management tools such as environment auditing and environment management systems (EMS).
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Support the design, development and implementation of an EMS
  • Establish an EMS
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Ballast Water Management 1 day M to F

Info

COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview The IMO Ballast Water Management Convention (2004) has been ratified and requires all ships to implement a Ballast Water Management plan.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Implement Ballast Water Management plan properly and wisely.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Management Systems, Leadership & Behavioral Courses

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ISO 14001-Environmental Management System 1 day M to F

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Overview The ISO 14001 is an internationally agreed standard that sets out the requirements for an environmental management system.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Explain the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

ISO 50001-Energy Management System 1 day M to F

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Overview The ISO 50001, Energy management systems – Requirements with guidance for use, gives organizations a recognized framework for developing an effective energy management system. Like other ISO management system standards, it follows the “ Plan-Do-Check-Act ” process for continual improvement.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Develop a policy for more efficient use of energy
  • Fix targets and objectives to meet that policy
  • Gather data to better understand and make decisions concerning energy use and consumption
  • Measure the results obtained
  • Review the effectiveness of the policy
  • Continually improve energy management
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

2006 Maritime Labour Convention 1 day M to F

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Overview This course is intended to provide knowledge and overview of the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC 2006).
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Understand the context in which the frameworks of regulations, responsibilities and activities, set by the MLC, have been established
  • Know the content of the MLC
  • Determine the steps you must take to ensure compliance
  • Understand how to play your part in achieving compliance
  • Describe and put into practice the various elements of MLC management aboard and ashore
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Conflict Management and Team Leadership 1 day M to F

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Overview We are all born with the capacity to deal with and bounce back from problems and challenging situations – this is known as Resilience. This ability, just like one’s ability to play a particular sport or instrument, can be improved and strengthened with practice and by learning new techniques. Increasing and strengthening our capacity to deal with life’s ups and downs helps us to be the best that we can be as individuals and teams, and has an important link to safety.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Understand what reliance is all about and effectively deal with problems in a day to day life as high stress situations.
  • Think under pressure and increase resilience
  • Learn resilience techniques which will give a number of ways to cope.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Media Response 1 day M to F

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Overview Mass media is a communication that is to a large group or groups of people in a short time.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Understand, inquire, create, communicate and think critically.
Entry Requirements All seafarers or other shipboard personnel.

Reflective Learning-Resilience 1 day M to F

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview We are all born with the capacity to deal with and bounce back from problems and challenging situations – this is known as Resilience. This ability, just like one’s ability to play a particular sport or instrument, can be improved and strengthened with practice and by learning new techniques. Increasing and strengthening our capacity to deal with life’s ups and downs helps us to be the best that we can be as individuals and teams, and has an important link to safety.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Understand what reliance is all about and effectively deal with problems in a day to day life as high stress situations.
  • By learning more about how we think under pressure and increasing our resilience, we learn an important skill that helps us work safely
  • Learn resilience techniques which will give a number of ways to cope, so if one doesn’t work, you can use another way.
Entry Requirements This course is open to all seafarers.

Electronic Engine (ME-C MAN B&W type)

COURSE NAME DURATION SCHEDULE

ME-C Standard Operation 5 days M to F

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Overview ME-C Control System Standard Operation is a five-day course which focuses on the detailed operation of the electronic engine main propulsion onboard ships.It includes a detailed analysis of the different components of the electronic engine, that enables the operators to know the design, operating principles and functions. The course also covers in detail the efficient operation of MOP, performance measurement and monitoring system (PMI and CoCoS – ESD as well as Engine Tuning process and Procedure)In addition, actual replacement of MPC is included in this course. Action plans and contingency in case of an emergency due to main propulsion problems are discussed.This Course requires twenty-one (21) instructional hours and nineteen (19) practical hours. The instructional hours are intended for classroom instruction and the practical hours are intended for the use of simulator and laboratory exercises.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Have a thorough understanding of the:
    • Engine Control System;
    • operating principles of Tacho System, Adjustment of Encoders;
    • Hydraulic Cylinder Unit;
    • Hydraulic Power Supply;
    • Electronic Engine Parts – HPS Principles and Operating Function
    • Electronic Engine Parts – Engine Driven Pumps Principles and Operating Function
    • Electronic Engine Parts – HCU Principles and Operating Function
    • Fuel Injection System and Exhaust System
    • FIVA – Principles and Operating Function
    • Alpha Lubricator System
    • MOP Operations
    • Performance Measurement and Monitoring System (PMI; CoCoS-ESD)
    • Performance and Cylinder Power Balancing (Engine Tuning Procedure and Process)
  • Adjust the Pmax, Pcomp and Compression Ratio (PMI offline/PMI online)
  • Replace the MPC (Multi Purpose Controllers)
  • Explain the safe work practices on normal operation
  • Understand practical alarms and troubleshooting
Entry Requirements Open to all engine officers

ME-C Advanced Troubleshooting 5 days M to F

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Overview Advanced Operation and Troubleshooting on Electronic Engine Course is a five-day course which focuses on the in-depth operation and troubleshooting of the electronic engine main propulsion. It includes a detailed analysis of the different electronic engine parts and components to enable safety service and maintenance of ME engines.The course deals with overhauling, design features, operating principles of the ECS and HCU components (FO Booster pump, Exhaust Valve Actuator, Lubricator Unit, FIVA Control valve). It also deals with Accumulator overhauling, pressure checking and nitrogen charging of the accumulator. In addition, the Exhaust Valve Overhauling, Design Features and Operating principles are discussed. It focuses as well on Alignment and Replacement of Tacho Angle Encoders.Another key feature of the course is troubleshooting of main engine by appropriate investigating HCU events, HPS events and CoCoS-EDS data.

Practical Special Running Operations (Cut- out, Emergency Lubrications.) are included, as well as Case Study on different problems that can be encountered on Electronic Engine.

This Course requires fourteen and a half (14.5) instructional hours and twenty-four and a half (14.5) practical hours. The instructional hours are intended for classroom instruction and the practical hours are intended for simulator and laboratory exercises.

Learning Outcomes At the end of the training course participants will be able to:

  • Recall:
    • ME-C Normal Operation and Emergency Operation
    • Electronic Control System Monitoring and Troubleshooting
    • Increased Efficiency Operation of ME-C Engine in Terms of SFOC and SLOC
    • Operating Limits and Graph Interpretation for Electronic Engine
  • Understand the Safety Guidelines on Electronic Engine
  • Demonstrate:
    • Practical overhauling of Fuel Booster Pump
    • Practical overhauling of Exhaust Valve Actuator
    • Practical overhauling of Alpha Lubricator
    • Practical overhauling of Accumulators
    • Pressure checking and nitrogen charging of accumulators
    • Practical overhauling of FIVA control unit
    • Practical overhauling of Exhaust Valve
    • Special Running Conditions (Fuel Cut- out, Limiters, Exhaust Valve Open/Close)
  • Analyze and evaluate Real Case Scenarios (Root Cause Analysis, Corrective Actions and Preventive Actions):
    1. Case study “Heavy start due leaking starting valve”
    2. Case study “HPS swash plate feedback sensor faulty”
    3. Case study “Startup pump low pressure”
    4. Case Study “ME slow down due FIVA valve stuck”
    5. Case Study “Pressure Booster Suction Valve broken”
    6. Case Study “Exhaust valve knocking sound” -troubleshooting guide
    7. Case study “Engine Start Fail due air in servo oil system”
    8. Case study “Increase close time of exhaust valve
    9. Case study “Savannah Express”
Entry Requirements Prior experience with electronic engines; holder of ME-C Standard Operation course or equivalent

ME-C Electrician Standard Maintenance 4 days M to T

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COURSE OVERVIE Info
Overview ME-C Control System Standard Operation is a five-day course which focuses on the detailed operation of the electronic engine main propulsion onboard ships.It includes a detailed analysis of the different components of the electronic engine, that enables the operators to know the design, operating principles and functions. The course also covers in detail the efficient operation of MOP, performance measurement and monitoring system (PMI and CoCoS – ESD as well as Engine Tuning process and Procedure)In addition, actual replacement of MPC is included in this course. Action plans and contingency in case of an emergency due to main propulsion problems are discussed.This Course requires twenty-one (21) instructional hours and nineteen (19) practical hours. The instructional hours are intended for classroom instruction and the practical hours are intended for the use of simulator and laboratory exercises.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Have a thorough understanding of the:
    • Engine Control System;
    • operating principles of Tacho System, Adjustment of Encoders;
    • Hydraulic Cylinder Unit;
    • Hydraulic Power Supply;
    • Electronic Engine Parts – HPS Principles and Operating Function
    • Electronic Engine Parts – Engine Driven Pumps Principles and Operating Function
    • Electronic Engine Parts – HCU Principles and Operating Function
    • Fuel Injection System and Exhaust System
    • FIVA – Principles and Operating Function
    • Alpha Lubricator System
    • MOP Operations
    • Performance Measurement and Monitoring System (PMI; CoCoS-ESD)
    • Performance and Cylinder Power Balancing (Engine Tuning Procedure and Process)
  • Adjust the Pmax, Pcomp and Compression Ratio (PMI offline/PMI online)
  • Replace the MPC (Multi Purpose Controllers)
  • Explain the safe work practices on normal operation
  • Understand practical alarms and troubleshooting
Entry Requirements This course is open to all engine officers

ME-C Generic Familiarization 2 days M to T,W to TH,FR to S

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COURSE OVERVIEW Info
Overview ME-C Generic Familiarization Course is a Two-day introductory course which focuses on the newest technological innovation on main propulsion onboard ships. The course focuses on the history of the Electronic Engine which is the current trend on shipping industry. Transition from MC (Conventional Engines) to ME (Electronic Engine) is an integral part of this training course.The trainees will have the opportunity to learn about the newest technological components and design, as well as the advantages of Electronic Engines compared to the Conventional ones.This Course comprises of nine and half (9.5) instructional hours and six and half (6.5) practical hours.  The instructional hours are intended for classroom instruction and the practical hours are intended for walkthrough and identification of Electronic Engine Components and Practical Scenarios.
Learning Outcomes At the end of the course the trainee will be able to:

  • Describe the history of the Electronic Engine;
  • Differentiate a conventional 2-stroke engine from an electronic control 2-stroke engine;
  • Describe the main components, mechanical, hydraulic-pneumatic, of electronic engine control;
  • EICU
  • ECU
  • HCU
  • HPS
  • CCU
  • FIVA
  • Explain the new Technology and Designs fitted on an Electronic Engine for Safe and Efficient operation;
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the design and function of each main component;
  • List the advantages of an Electronic Engine in comparison to the Conventional Engine;
  • Understand normal operating procedure, monitoring system and safety system;
  • Understand the Maneuvering and Remote Control System of an Electronic Engine;
  • Describe the Emergency Procedures to be done during vessel’s maneuvering and sea passage on an Electronic Engine.
Entry Requirements Basic knowledge of marine low speed, two-stroke engines

COURSE NAME DURATION SCHEDULE
Ship Security Awareness Training and Seafarer with Designated Security Duties

DURATION: 1 day SCHEDULE: M to F

COURSE OVERVIEW LEARNING OUTCOMES ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Ship Security Awareness Training and Seafarer with Designated Security Duties 1 day M to F
Safety Officer Training Course 2 days M to T
Anti-Piracy Awareness Seminar 1 day W
Risk Assessment & Incident Investigation 2 days Th to F
Hazardous Materials 4 days M to Th
Bulk Carrier Safety 2 days M to T

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