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  • The course aims to train Engine Officers in watch keeping in the Engine Control Room (ECR) of modern vessels with a high level of automation, the Simulator enables efficient training in disciplines such as the preparation of machinery for operation, machinery starting, monitoring and control during machinery operation, preparation for and taking of the machinery out of operation.
    Location: Kopli 101, Tallinn, Estonia
  • Those who successfully complete this course should have acquired a knowledge of the principles of Dynamic Positioning, be able to set up a Dynamic Positioning system and have an understanding of the practical operation of associated equipment, including position reference systems.
    Location: Latvia, Riga
  • An Electronic Chart Display & Information System (ECDIS) is a computer-based navigation information system that complies with International Maritime Organization (IMO) regulations and can be used as an alternative to paper nautical charts.
    Location: Kopli 101, Tallinn, Estonia
  • Provide knowledge of the course participants according to the STCW 78 A-VI / 4-1 provisions
    Location: Kopli 101, Tallinn, Estonia
  • This course provides management-level training in the use of radar and ARPA including bridge teamwork and search and rescue
    Location: Kopli 101, Tallinn, Estonia
  • Provide knowledge of the course participants according to the STCW 78 A-VI / 4-2 provisions
    Location: Kopli 101, Tallinn, Estonia
  • To provide the knowledge and skills to the trainees of various high voltage equipment for the safe use on board
    Location: Kopli 101, Tallinn, Estonia
  • Working in the offshore industry may require the offshore personnel (from catering to the installation managers) to travel to the platforms by supply vessels or helicopters.
    Location: Stavanger, Norway
  • In a simulator we train the officers in handling dynamically escalating situations emphasising the need to apply the learning in real life situations.
    Location: Kopli 101, Tallinn, Estonia
  • Gain experience in handling ships under various conditions and be able to make a more effective contribution to the bridge team during ship manoeuvring in normal and emergency conditions.
    Location: Kopli 101, Tallinn, Estonia
  • This course will give you more indepth knowledge of how best to treat your patient and using the kit and equipment onboard.
    Location: Southampton, England
  • This course is primarily intended for shore-based personnel and for ship personnel responsible for the cargo handling of packaged dangerous, hazardous and harmful cargoes aboard ships.
    Location: Kopli 101, Tallinn, Estonia
  • In accordance with the revised STCW 2010 code all Seafarers and Security Personnel who have designated duties under the Ships Security Plan will be required to undertake approved security training to meet the requirements to the STCW Code A-VI/6-2.
    Location: Bransgore, England
  • This course provides training to mariners pursuing their U.S.C.G. License as an Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessel’s. It will satisfy the classroom and examination requirements instead of taking your exams at a Regional Exam Center (REC). This course is appropriate for students who wish test at the school and submit our certificate along with the other required sea time and documents to acquire their license.
    Location: Jacksonville, FL
  • Those who successfully complete this course should have acquired a thorough knowledge of the practical aspects of DP operations
    Location: Latvia, Riga
  • This course is for the mariner that is pursuing his first Masters License, 25-50-100 Ton. This curriculum requires 24 class hours and will provide to the successful student, a certificate that when submitted with their sea time and other appropriate documents will satisfy the U.S.C.G. requirements to be issued some version (25-50-100) of the Master’s License.
    Location: Jacksonville, FL
  • This Professional Engineering package is perfect for anyone new coming in to the maritime industry or wanting a career in maritime engineering.
    Location: Southampton, England
  • • survival at sea in case ship abandonment, • fire-fighting techniques, • elementary first aid, • social responsibilities, • pollution prevention.
    Location: Latvia, Riga

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