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Real-World Training for Real-World Results

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Real-World Training for Real-World Results
Our hands-on training is an important component of our strategic approach to competency. By constantly improving our people, performance consistently translates into increased job productivity and customer satisfaction.

Hydraulics/Pneumatic

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Hydraulics/Pneumatic
This course is intended to provide marine engineers and ratings forming a part of an engineering watch about the knowledge and competence required by AISSI in accordance with the quality and safety management systems of its principals on the aspect of hydraulic and pneumatic systems. OBJECTIVES: Seafarers who completed this course will be able to: 1. Contribute to the safe working practices and occupational hazards during the course of laboratory exercises. 2. Have adequate knowledge of application, installation and construction of pneumatics and hydraulics systems aboard the ship. 3. Interpret circuit diagrams and work in conjunction with engineering drawings.

Voyage Planning

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Voyage Planning
Monitoring progress and comparing it to the plan are key to voyage planning. OBJECTIVES: Seafarers who completed this course will be able to: 1. Determine the factors and requirements for the preparation of passage plan. 2. Develop, evaluate and approve the passage plan using the forms and other related publications. 3. Implement passage plan in a simulated scenario and perform actions in accordance to the procedures on the SMS in compliance to ISM.

Control Engineering

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Control Engineering
This course is intended to provide marine engineers and ratings forming part of an engine watch about the knowledge and competence required by AISSI in accordance to the requirements of its principals. OBJECTIVES: Seafarers who completed this course will be able to: 1. Demonstrate the working principle and concept of control engineering. 2. Knowledge, understanding and proficiency on application, installation, and construction of control engineering aboard ships. 3. Determine and familiarize with the basic approach in troubleshooting common equipment breakdown and simulated hands-on practice.

Ship Security Awareness

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Ship Security Awareness
All personnel assigned to specific duties in accordance with the security plan and to all personnel involved in securing the vessels in compliance to the requirements of chapter XI-2 of SOLAS 74 as amended and the ISPS code. OBJECTIVES: Seafarers who completed this course should be able to undertake duties and responsibilities of ship security personnel according to section A/13 of the ISPS code by the following course objectives: 1. Introduce techniques and skills required to address qualifications of ship security personnel. 2. Provide general concept of ISPS code and relevant legislation, security threats and patterns with consideration of people who likely to threaten security. 3. Provide awareness on detection of weapons, dangerous substances and devices. 4. Ability to undertake security related communications, emergency procedures and contingency planning.

International Safety Management

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International Safety Management
We provide A framework for the proper development, implementation and assessment of safety and pollution prevention management in accordance with good practice. OBJECTIVES: Seafarers who completed this course will be able to define the ISM code and will be able to define the ISM Code and discuss the basic theories and practical requirements for the proper implementation, monitoring, analysis and evaluation of the Safety Management Systems (SMS). Emphasis of the course will be on the functional requirements of the ISM code and how seafarers would get into the system of compliance by the performance of their tasks on board ship.

Maritime Electro-Technology

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Maritime Electro-Technology
Skilled personnel help increase the availability, rate, and quality of your vessels and boost overall equipment effectiveness. OBJECTIVES: Seafarers who completed this course will be able to demonstrate the working principle of electrical technology through practical exercises. The knowledge shall include but not limited to: 1. The awareness of safe working practices and occupational hazards prior and during the course of laboratory exercises. 2. Application, installation and troubleshooting of electrical tools and equipment aboard ships. 3. Interpret circuit diagrams and work in conjunction with engineering drawings.

Global Maritime Distress and Safety System

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Global Maritime Distress and Safety System
We believe that hands-on training with real world examples is the key to learning and retention. OBJECTIVES: Seafarers who completed this course will be able to:

Tanker Safety and Vetting

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Tanker Safety and Vetting
OBJECTIVES: Seafarers who completed this course will be able to: 1. Define the principles of ship vetting inspection process in relation to the requirements of the ISM code. 2. Identify the applicable IMO and maritime legislations. 3. Understand the principles of system auditing, adopt and implement techniques and strategies of inspection 4. Carry out a table top simulation exercise using relevant forms and document.

Basic Safety Familiarization

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Basic Safety Familiarization
Our basic safety training – familiarization, prevent, control and fight fires on board, operate life saving appliances, apply medical first aid on board ship and personal safety and social responsibility. OBJECTIVES: Seafarers who completed this course will be able to:

Computer Based Training

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Computer Based Training
Our computer-based training courses provide engaging, interactive features that enhance our crew learning experience. OBJECTIVES: Seafarers who completed this course will be able to: 1. Gain knowledge and understanding with a training as a reinforcement to the specific topic indicated weak on the evaluation report after taking the CES Test. 2. Determine if the seafarer after being reinforced with the training, should be recommended for further or other modes or specific training on the weak points.

Basic Computer Familiarization

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Basic Computer Familiarization
This course is designed to improve understanding of how computers work and familiarize with basic computer applications. OBJECTIVES: Seafarers who completed this course will be able to: 1. Create documents, spreadsheets, and other files necessary for on board recording and reporting activities. 2. Be capable of optimizing the use of computers by creating their own spreadsheet formats as efficient alternative to manual systems.

Computer Troubleshooting

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Basic Computer Familiarization
This course is intended to provide deck officers and Marine Engineers the basic knowledge of computer troubleshooting, perform practical troubleshooting and analysis of computer problems and gain practical experience of handling the hardware and software systems of a computer. OBJECTIVES: 1. To gain basic troubleshooting skills and preventive maintenance for optimal computer performance. 2. To identify hardware components and their basic function 3. Gain the necessary knowledge to successfully assemble and disassemble a computer.

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Real-World Training for Real-World Results

Our hands-on training is an important component of our strategic approach to competency. By constantly improving our people, performance consistently translates into increased job productivity and customer satisfaction.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hydraulics/Pneumatic

This course is intended to provide marine engineers and ratings forming a part of an engineering watch about the knowledge and competence required by AISSI in accordance with the quality and safety management systems of its principals on the aspect of hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

OBJECTIVES:

Seafarers who completed this course will be able to:

1. Contribute to the safe working practices and occupational hazards during the course of laboratory exercises.

2. Have adequate knowledge of application, installation and construction of pneumatics and hydraulics systems aboard the ship.

3. Interpret circuit diagrams and work in conjunction with engineering drawings.

 

Voyage Planning

Monitoring progress and comparing it to the plan are key to voyage planning.

OBJECTIVES:

Seafarers who completed this course will be able to:

1. Determine the factors and requirements for the preparation of passage plan.

2. Develop, evaluate and approve the passage plan using the forms and other related publications.

3. Implement passage plan in a simulated scenario and perform actions in accordance to the procedures on the SMS in compliance to ISM.

 

 

 

Control Engineering

 

seajobs_Control_EngineeringThis course is intended to provide marine engineers and ratings forming part of an engine watch about the knowledge and competence required by AISSI in accordance to the requirements of its principals.

OBJECTIVES:

Seafarers who completed this course will be able to:

1. Demonstrate the working principle and concept of control engineering.

2. Knowledge, understanding and proficiency on application, installation, and construction of control engineering aboard ships.

3. Determine and familiarize with the basic approach in troubleshooting common equipment breakdown and simulated hands-on practice.

 

 

Ship Security Awareness

All personnel assigned to specific duties in accordance with the security plan and to all personnel involved in securing the vessels in compliance to the requirements of chapter XI-2 of SOLAS 74 as amended and the ISPS code.

OBJECTIVES:

Seafarers who completed this course should be able to undertake duties and responsibilities of ship security personnel according to section A/13 of the ISPS code by the following course objectives:

1. Introduce techniques and skills required to address qualifications of ship security personnel.

2. Provide general concept of ISPS code and relevant legislation, security threats and patterns with consideration of people who likely to threaten security.

3. Provide awareness on detection of weapons, dangerous substances and devices.

4. Ability to undertake security related communications, emergency procedures and contingency planning.

 

International Safety Management

 

seajobs_International_Safety_ManagementWe provide A framework for the proper development, implementation and assessment of safety and pollution prevention management in accordance with good practice.

OBJECTIVES:

Seafarers who completed this course will be able to define the ISM code and will be able to define the ISM Code and discuss the basic theories and practical requirements for the proper implementation, monitoring, analysis and evaluation of the Safety Management Systems (SMS).

Emphasis of the course will be on the functional requirements of the ISM code and how seafarers would get into the system of compliance by the performance of their tasks on board ship.

 

 

Maritime Electro-Technology

Skilled personnel help increase the availability, rate, and quality of your vessels and boost overall equipment effectiveness.

OBJECTIVES:

Seafarers who completed this course will be able to demonstrate the working principle of electrical technology through practical exercises.

The knowledge shall include but not limited to:

1. The awareness of safe working practices and occupational hazards prior and during the course of laboratory exercises.

2. Application, installation and troubleshooting of electrical tools and equipment aboard ships.

3. Interpret circuit diagrams and work in conjunction with engineering drawings.

 

Global Maritime Distress and Safety System

 

seajobs_Global_Maritime_Distress_and_Safety_SystemWe believe that hands-on training with real world examples is the key to learning and retention.

OBJECTIVES:

Seafarers who completed this course will be able to:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tanker Safety and Vetting

seajobs_Tanker_Safety_and_VettingCOURSE DESCRIPTION

OBJECTIVES:

Seafarers who completed this course will be able to:

1. Define the principles of ship vetting inspection process in relation to the requirements of the ISM code.

2. Identify the applicable IMO and maritime legislations.

3. Understand the principles of system auditing, adopt and implement techniques and strategies of inspection

4. Carry out a table top simulation exercise using relevant forms and document.

 

 

 

Basic Safety Familiarization

seajobs_Basic_Safety_FamiliarizationOur basic safety training – familiarization, prevent, control and fight fires on board, operate life saving appliances, apply medical first aid on board ship and personal safety and social responsibility.

OBJECTIVES:

Seafarers who completed this course will be able to:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Computer Based Training

seajobs_Computer_Based_TrainingOur computer-based training courses provide engaging, interactive features that enhance our crew learning experience.

OBJECTIVES:

Seafarers who completed this course will be able to:

1. Gain knowledge and understanding with a training as a reinforcement to the specific topic indicated weak on the evaluation report after taking the CES Test.

2. Determine if the seafarer after being reinforced with the training, should be recommended for further or other modes or specific training on the weak points.

 

 

 

Basic Computer Familiarization

seajobs_Basic_Computer_FamiliarizationThis course is designed to improve understanding of how computers work and familiarize with basic computer applications.

OBJECTIVES:

Seafarers who completed this course will be able to:

1. Create documents, spreadsheets, and other files necessary for on board recording and reporting activities.

2. Be capable of optimizing the use of computers by creating their own spreadsheet formats as efficient alternative to manual systems.

 

 

 

Computer Troubleshooting

seajobs_Computer_TroubleshootingThis course is intended to provide deck officers and Marine Engineers the basic knowledge of computer troubleshooting, perform practical troubleshooting and analysis of computer problems and gain practical experience of handling the hardware and software systems of a computer.

OBJECTIVES:

1. To gain basic troubleshooting skills and preventive maintenance for optimal computer performance.

2. To identify hardware components and their basic function

3. Gain the necessary knowledge to successfully assemble and disassemble a computer.

 

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