Engine Room Simulator Course with ERRM and PRC Assessment
Officers In-Charge of Engineering Watch
Lecture and Use of Engine Room Simulator
Section A-III, A-VIII/2 and B-VIII/2 of the STCW95 Code
The course is essentially a practical one, consisting of a series of exercises structured around the operation of a ship’s machinery installation and carried out in conjunction with an engine-room simulator. Each exercise is preceded by a briefing session and followed by a group debrief, which will analyze the actions and decisions of the student.
Those who will complete this course will become familiar with the use of instrumentation and controls used in the engine rooms of modern merchant ships, gain awareness of the need for proper pre-planning, the use of checklist and of timescales involved in start up procedures, and will be aware of correct watchkeeping procedures. They will also acquire experience in identifying operational problems and trouble shooting them as well as the ability to make decisions, which promote the safety and efficiency of an operational plant.
Open to students with basic background and knowledge and to marine engineers who wish to improve their knowledge and understanding of the operation and control of machinery installation of a modern merchant ship.
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