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Marine Machinery Plant Management

From: 01 Jan, 2014 until: 31 Dec, 2025

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Event Summary

The course is intended for junior engineers who have just completed cadetship and are building experience for second engineering certificate, as well as second engineers who require revision before their Chief Engineer’s certificate. To benefit fully from this course, students will ideally have completed at least six to nine months in the engine room either as engine room watch keepers or under instruction to become an engine room watch keeper.

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Venue: TBC

Address: TBC

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Course Details

Part A

Part A of the course is made up of modules leading progressively from starting the machinery plant from cold to the engineering duties of stand-by and watch keeping. The course is designed for:

  • Engineering cadets (preparing for Officer of the Watch Certificate)
  • Junior watch keeping engineers (preparing for the STCW Second engineer Certificate)
  • Experienced engineers seeking CPD recognition
  • Engineering staff returning to operational duties

Part A modules are:

  • Module – Introduction
  • Module 1 - Starting the Machinery Plant from Cold
  • Module 2 – Preparing for sea passage & sailing to Full, Sea Speed
  • Module 3 – Engine room Watch keeping – best practice

Part B

Part B of the course looks at the current issues of machinery plant performance and maintaining the performance though a strategic approach to maintenance. The course is designed for:

  • Junior watch keeping engineers (preparing for the STCW Second engineer certificate)
  • Second or Third engineers (preparing for the STCW Chief engineering certificate)
  • CPD for all technical staff

Part B modules are:

  • Module 4 - Plant performance analysis and Condition Monitoring (including SEEMP)
  • Module 5 - Breakdown maintenance and planned maintenance
  • Module 6 - Introduction to developing a strategic approach to planned maintenance systems
  • Module 7 - Condition Based Monitoring/Maintenance today and tomorrow

Event contact: mail@videotel.com

URL: http://www.imarest.org/events-courses/training-courses/marine-machinery-plant-management-course

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