High Voltage (Management)

The International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (or STCW), 1995 sets qualification standards for masters, officers and watch personnal on seagoing merchant ships.

 

The STCW 95 course and modules form part of the statutory requirements for both deck and engineering qualification. It is a globally recognised qualification for working afloat on fishing vessels over 24m and on merchant vessels of over 500GT.

 

Here at NMCI Services we offer a range of STCW '95 and Non STCW '95 professional short courses for the maritime sector. We are also delighted to announce that we are now offering STCW Refresher Training.

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For further information about our STCW '95 & Non STCW '95 courses, please contact NMCI Services.

Tel: + 353 21 4335609 

E-mail: services@nmci.ie          

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Course Name:

High Voltage (Management)

Course Price:

€1750

Short Description:

This 5 day course is suitable for marine engineering officers, electrical or electrotechnical officers, engineer surveyors and marine superintendents.

Full Description:

High Voltage Training Management Level

This 5 day course is suitable for marine engineering officers, electrical or electrotechnical officers, engineer surveyors and marine superintendents. The training gives seafarers the essential education and training in high voltage (HV) installations to meet the Knowledge, Understanding and Proficiency requirements as set out in STCW 2010 Tables A-III/2 and A-III/6 for electrical, electronic and control systems at the management level.

The course consists of a blend of classroom and practical training using dedicated facilities to enable students to achieve the following training outcomes:

Management of HV operations on board a ship, including familiarisation with HV safety rules, procedures and legislation, knowledge of electrical hazards, and completion of safety records and documentation.
Understanding the HV system and the maintenance of distribution capability, including operational and safety features, function of protection devices, HV switch room arrangements, analysing the protection of marine distribution systems and practical maintenance.
Identification of faults within an HV system and reconfiguration of the system to maintain electrical supply, including identification of fault levels and conditions, and compiling and implementing a switching plan to isolate a high voltage distribution fault.

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