E001 – Engine Room Plant Familiarization and Operation

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  • basic marine engineering knowledge
  • understanding the interdependency of the various machinery units and systems
  • familiarization with simulation equipment
  • familiarization with engine room systems, associated equipment and controls
  • operation of main and auxiliary machinery and associated control systems
  • understand the objectives of AIS and how it works as a system
  • operation of alternators, generators and control systems
  • differences in various types of plants (2-stroke and 4-stroke)
  • ensuring compliance with pollution-prevention requirements
  • usage of checklists, ship specific procedures, log books and other record keeping methods
  • how to start up entire engine room plants from “cold-ship” condition

E002 – Engine Room Watchkeeping and Troubleshooting

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  • watch requirements, fitness for duty
  • protection of the marine environment
  • engineering watch underway, taking over the watch
  • periodic checks of machinery during watchkeeping periods
  • log books and the importance of recordkeeping during watchkeeping
  • preventative and repair maintenance
  • navigation in congested waters, navigation during restricted visibility
  • engineering watch at an unsheltered anchorage
  • engineering watch in port
  • stand-bye engine room watchkeeping periods (arrival and departure)
  • unmanned machinery spaces
  • the proper usage of checklists during various watchkeeping periods
  • responding to alarms, troubleshooting and corrective actions
  • bridge notification, calling the chief engineer officer
  • communication, decision making and awareness during watchkeeping

E003 – Engine Room Familiarization for Deck Officers

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  • basic marine engineering knowledge
  • understanding the interdependency of the various machinery units and systems
  • familiarization with simulation equipment
  • familiarization with engine room systems, associated equipment and controls
  • operation of main and auxiliary machinery and associated control systems
  • operation of alternators, generators and control systems
  • differences in various types of plants (2-stroke and 4-stroke)
  • ensuring compliance with pollution-prevention requirements
  • usage of checklists, ship specific procedures, log books and other record keeping methods
  • how to start up entire engine room plants from “cold-ship” condition

E005 – MAN Electronic Engines Operation and Analysis (ME)

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  • introduction to the ME engine
  • operation of the ME engine
  • the training course is covering the electronic and hydraulic control system of the ME engine
  • the ME engine training course is interactive, using a sophisticated ME simulator for practical exercises
  • practical fault finding and problem solving
  • the theoretical part is conducted by instructors from MTC, trained in MAN diesel

E006 – MAN ME Engine Electrical Course

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The object of this course is to provide the ship’s electrician or ETO on vessels powered by MAN ME engines with additional electro-technical knowledge and skills to maintain and repair the Engine Control System and relevant engine components.

E007 – MAN ME-B Engines Operation and Analysis

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  • introduction to the ME-B engine of MAN
  • operation of the ME-B engine
  • the training course is covering the electronic and hydraulic control system of the ME-B engine
  • the ME-B engine training course is interactive, using a sophisticated ME simulator for practical exercises
  • practical fault finding and problem solving
  • the theoretical part is conducted by instructors from MTC, trained in MAN diesel

E008 – MAN ME-B Engine Electrical Course

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The object of this course is to provide the ship’s electrician or ETO on vessels powered by MAN ME-B engines with additional electro-technical knowledge and skills to maintain and repair the Engine Control System and relevant engine components.

E012 – MAN Electronic Engines Operation and Analysis (ME) Refresher Course

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  • introduction to the latest technology of MAN ME-Engine
  • operation of the ME engine
  • the training course is covering the electronic and hydraulic control system of the ME engine
  • the ME engine training course is interactive, using a sophisticated ME simulator for practical exercises
  • practical fault finding and problem solving
  • the theoretical part is conducted by instructors from MTC, trained in MAN diesel

E013 – MAN ME Upgrade Course

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  • introduction to the ME engine
  • operation of the ME engine
  • the training course is covering the electronic and hydraulic control system of the ME engine
  • the ME engine training course is interactive, using a sophisticated ME simulator for practical exercises
  • practical fault finding and problem solving
  • the theoretical part is conducted by instructors from MTC, trained in MAN diesel

E014 – MAN ME-B Upgrade Course

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Description:
  • introduction to the ME-B engine of MAN
  • operation of the ME-B engine
  • the training course is covering the electronic and hydraulic control system of the ME-B engine
  • the ME engine training course is interactive, using a sophisticated ME simulator for practical exercises
  • practical fault finding and problem solving
  • the theoretical part is conducted by instructors from MTC, trained in MAN diesel