Marine Electrotechnology
 
Code
C010
Language
English
Description
  • Advanced marine electrical engineering knowledge
  • Understanding the interdependency of the various electrical units and systems
  • Operation with various types of equipment
  • Operation with engine room systems, associated equipment and controls
  • Operation of alternators, generators and control systems
  • Usage of checklists, ship specific procedures, log books and other record keeping methods
Objectives
  • To provide knowledge and skills to operate, supervise and monitor the safe operation and control of a ship’s electrical installation in accordance with provisions of the STCW 2010 code
  • To achieve proper familiarization of engine room systems, associated equipment and its operation
  • To understand the interdependency of the various machinery units and systems
  • To achieve proper operation of marine switchboards and its operation
  • To understand rules and regulations concerning electrical installations
Entry Standards
The course is aimed at, but not limited to, the following groups of people:
  • Aspiring candidates for the STCW 2010 Engineering Officer of the Watch Certificate of Competency
  • Ships‘ engineers who wish to improve their knowledge to supervise and operate electrical equipment and systems on board
  • Electrical engineers who wish improve their knowledge of marine electrical systems
Certification
On successful completion the participant will receive a MTC certificate
Facilities
Classroom, medium voltage switchboard 6,6 KV, engine simulator
Teaching Method
Exercise, demonstration, lectures, assessment
Guidelines
STCW 78 as amended
Course Duration
5 days
Price
on request
Schedule
Course Dates
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