Modern Technology has enabled the construction of bigger ships and installations, and their designers have installed High Voltage equipment to handle the massive power requirements.
Practical electrical knowledge has traditionally been a weak area for most marine engineers. This programme has been specifically developed to fill this acutely felt training need.
In view of the enormous use of hydraulic equipment and systems on board all types of vessels, it is imperative that marine engineers possess sufficient knowledge of the subject to enable them to maintain and troubleshoot these systems.
With development and modernization in the Marine Industry, Automation and Control, has to a large extent, replaced the human elements onboard the ship.
The FRAMO cargo pumping system is increasingly being fitted on chemical carriers and product tankers.
- Practical Marine Electrical Workshop
- Marine Hydraulics Workshop (previously Hydraulic and Pneumatic Workshop)
- Automation & Controls
- High Voltage Safety and Switch Gear Course (D. G. S. Approved)
- 'FRAMO' Hydraulic Cargo Pumping System Course
- ‘NABCO’ Main-Engine Manoeuvring & Control course (NABC)
- ‘AUTOCHIEF’ Main-Engine Manoeuvring & Control Course (AC4)
- Engine Machinery Maintenance Workshop (EMMW)
- Engine Room Team Management (ETM)
- Basic Electrical & Fluid Technology (BEFT)
- Applied Electronics (AELC)
- Engine Room Simulator Course - Operational Level (ERSO)
- Engine Room Simulator Course - Management Level (ERSM)
- Explosion Protection Course (ESPC)
- Oil Discharge Monitoring & Control System (ODME)
- Operational Engineering Knowledge for Deck Officers (OEKD)
- Electro Technical Officer Bridging Course (BETO)
- High Voltage Safety Course (HVSC)
- Engine Equipment Maintenance Workshop (EEMW)
- Marine Engineering 1 - Management Level
- Auxiliary Engine Maintenance Workshop (AEMW)