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Upon completion of the course, the delegate will be able to
- contribute to a safer and more effective operation and control of the ship's machinery
- demonstrate the use of instrumentation and controls extensively used in the engine room
- explain the need for proper pre-planning, use of checklists and timescales in the start-up
- recognize the way in which machinery units are interdependent
- identify operation problems and troubleshoots them
- apply decison making skills and techniques that promote safety and efficiency

Target Group

MEECE - Management Electrical and Electronic Control Equipment
Engineer officers on ships powered by main propulsion machinery of 3000 kW propulsion power or more


Marine Engineer Officer must hold a certificate under the 1978 STCW Convention, as amended, at the operational level with at least six (6) months of seafaring serivce on the capacity identified above.


The written exam consists of 50 questions, including multiple choice, interpretation of diagrams and illustrations, and application of truth tables. Each question is valued at two points.
A minimum score of 70% must be attained in order to pass.

Course Contents

This course references STCW Code Table A-III/2.
The topics that will be covered during this course are
- Introduction and orientation
- Marine electro-technology, electronics & power electronics, automatic control engineering &
safety devices
- Design features of automatic control equipment & safety devices
- Design features of operational control equipment
- Design features of high voltage installations
- Hydraulic and pneumatic control equipment
- Troubleshooting & restoration of control equipment
- Function tests
- Troubleshooting of monitoring systems