Marine Technical Propulsion 2
This training will provide the participants with the knowledge and skills required to safely operate propulsion plant (s) and auxiliary equipment on a vessel not exceeding 750 kW propulsion power. This training shall prepare the marine engineer to perform the duties of monitoring the mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, refrigeration plant, pumping systems, ventilations systems and control equipment, as well as being in charge of engine management systems, maintenance of the machinery in engine room and ship’s deck.
Therefore the engineer officer needs to be practical, resourceful and have a real interest in mechanical, hydraulic, electrical systems and identify basic stability requirements on vessels as well as calculate fuel consumption and storage requirements on vessels.
This training will provide participants with the engineering knowledge and skills required to safely operate machinery and maintain electrical equipment on board a vessel.