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Technical Courses

 

Dual Fuel

To familiarize with main and auxiliary systems commonly found onboard Dual Fuel vessels enhancing the safe and efficient operation through marine simulators.

This course aims to refresh and increase knowledge by exploring, discussing, and explaining:
– Gas Fuel Management including associated safety systems
– Fire Fighting systems and Emergency operating system
– Regulatory Assessment topics
– Engine auxiliary systems and piping diagrams like Sea Water and Fresh Water-Cooling  system, lubricating oil system,Compressed air system
– Main engines, propulsion system and auxiliary equipment operating procedures; comprehension of common possible  faults during operation and appropriate corrective action
– High-Voltage Power Systems in Excess of 1000 Volt operations
– Diagnostic procedure of Engines Combustion and Exhaust gas

Duration: 5 Days

 

 

Automation on Ships

To provide participants an overview of onboard automated systems, analog and digital automation, electrical automation, PLC systems and auto systems on board. Additionally, to refresh their knowledge on analog variable measurements and process control systems, while prepping Officers to perform relevant work under supervision and support in trouble shooting and preventive maintenance.

Duration: 4 Days

HAZMAT

To make attendants aware of the current legislation, present the steps needed to comply with it, along with key dates and the necessary actions to be taken at every stage of the implementation.

Simulation Training in Marine Electronic Engines

Familiarization and Operational Training

This course is tailored for all engineers to achieve in depth understanding of ME Engines – familiarization, operation, maintenance, fault finding and trouble shooting.

Electronic Marine Engines RT Flex Type

To provide trainees with the ability to recognize and describe the major ECME systems; provide all relevant knowledge about the function of the control, mechanical and automation components of ECME; familiarization with basic engine supporting systems and pipings of the entire propulsion plant (compressed air system, fresh and sea water cooling system, lubricating and fuel oil system, steam system, etc.); acknowledgment of the main engines and auxiliary equipment starting procedures, as well as operating routines, such as propulsion system maneuvering; comprehension of the faults that may occur during operation and the appropriate corrective action to be taken.

Duration: 4 Days

Electronic Marine Engines MAN Type

To provide trainees with the ability to recognize and describe the major ECME systems; provide all relevant knowledge about the function of the control, mechanical and automation components of ECME; familiarization with basic engine supporting systems and pipings of the entire propulsion plant (compressed air system, fresh and sea water cooling system, lubricating and fuel oil system, steam system, etc.); acknowledgment of the main engines and auxiliary equipment starting procedures, as well as operating routines, such as propulsion system maneuvering; comprehension of the faults that may occur during operation and the appropriate corrective action to be taken.

Duration: 4 Days

Electronic Marine Engines Wartsila Type

To provide trainees with the ability to recognize and describe the major ECME systems; provide all relevant knowledge about the function of the control, mechanical and automation components of ECME; familiarization with basic engine supporting systems and pipings of the entire propulsion plant (compressed air system, fresh and sea water cooling system, lubricating and fuel oil system, steam system, etc.); acknowledgment of the main engines and auxiliary equipment starting procedures, as well as operating routines, such as propulsion system maneuvering; comprehension of the faults that may occur during operation and the appropriate corrective action to be taken.

Duration: 4 Days

Electrical Safety Precautions High/Low Voltage

To provide knowledge, understanding and competency of High-Voltage Installations, Design Features of High-Voltage Installations and Operate and Maintain Power Systems in Excess of 1,000 Volts.

Duration: 3 Days

High Voltage Advanced

To provide Engineer Officers, Senior electricians and technical Superintendents knowledge and practices on how to safely operate, maintain and troubleshoot HV onboard installations

Duration: 5 Days

Lathe Machines

To educate engineer officers on the principles of lathe machine, its operating & safety practices and techniques. Includes theory at QMS premises and practices at a lathe machine workshop.

Duration: 4 Days

Refrigeration

To provide trainees with knowledge and understanding of the basic operational principles of the ship’s refrigeration system equipment, maintenance and troubleshooting process.

Duration: 3 Days

Hydraulics

The trainees will acquire and develop knowledge of the basic principles in electro-hydraulic and electro-pneumatic automation. They will further be able to understand the process of troubleshooting using electro hydraulic / pneumatic network drawings and practical exercises, with practical workshop.

Duration: 5 Days

Welding

Trainees will acquire the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge of electrode melting welding and familiarize themselves with correct setup and use of welding machines, selection of electrodes, different positions of welding, as well as testing of the welding works done.

Duration: 3 Days