On board today's modern vessels, navigating officers are required to operate increasingly complex hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical equipment.
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.
In the existing times of minimum manning on board vessels, with increasing challenges to maintain all the equipment under the tight schedules;
This course addresses the training need of operational level engineers in the subjects of electrical and hydraulic / pneumatic equipment and systems.
In view of the increasing use of complex electronic equipment on board and this subject being a weak area for many Electrical officers, training in shipboard electronics is a crying need of the industry.
With development and modernization in the Marine Industry, Automation and Control, has to a large extent, replaced the human elements onboard the ship.
The 'MEML' engine room simulator course is a PC based course done on the PPT 2000 (Propulsion Plant Trainer) developed by Norcontrol, Norway.
The “ERSM” Engine Room Simulator Management level course is approved by the Directorate General of Shipping, Government of India and is conducted on the Propulsion Plant Trainer (PPT2000) developed by Norcontrol, Norway.
The demands of modern ship operations require that engineer officers need to have more than just technical skills.
The “ERSO” Engine Room Simulator Operational level course is approved by the Directorate General of Shipping, Government of India and is being conducted on Propulsion Plant Trainer (PPT2000) developed by Norcontrol, Norway.
This course is conducted on a “NABCO” Full Mission Main Engine Control simulator (M-800 II).
The world today is witnessing a rapid environmental degradation. In present times, with the alarming rise of marine pollution and its impact on the globe, the maritime industry has come under closer scrutiny.
The FRAMO cargo pumping system is increasingly being fitted on chemical carriers and product tankers.
The course is conducted on the KONGSBERG (previously NORCONTROL) ‘AutoChief' Full Mission Main Engine Manoeuvring and Control System simulator.
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.
Operation and Maintenance of Electrical Installations in Hazardous areas on LPG / LNG and Oil/Chemical Tankers.
In existing times of reduced manning onboard vessels, shorter sea time requirements for exams and quick promotions from Jnr Engineer to 4th Engineer, it is challenging to maintain the auxiliary engine and associated equipment under tight schedules.