CPT KYPROS SHIPPING LTD


ME ENGINES COURSE

The following Topics were covered during this course: Introduction to ME Engine , Hydraulic Power Supply, Engine Control System (ECS), Preparing, Starting and Operation of ME Engine, Hydraulic Cylinder Unit (HCU), Fuel Oil System, Exhaust Valve, Cylinder Lubrication, Tacho System, Alarms, Maintenance / Trouble Shooting, PMI & CoCos-EDC Applications.


Marine High Voltage

This course aims to enhance the knowledge, understanding and skills of engine personnel in the safe operation and maintenance of high voltage power systems, including knowledge of special technical type of high-voltage systems and the dangers resulting from operational voltage of more than 1,000 volts. It provides interactive lectures, hands-on demonstrations, simulator exercises, practical exercises, and assessments. It meets the specification of minimum standards of competence for engine officers prescribed in the relevant sections of Tables A-III/1, A-III/2, A-III/6, and A-III/7 and complies with the recommendations of Section B-III/2, Guidance regarding training of engineering personnel having management responsibilities for the operation and safety of electrical power plant above 1,000 volts, of the STCW Code.

Intended Learning Outcome/s

After the training/assessment, the participant/s shall be able to:

Identify STCW Code requirements on high-voltage; Determine high-voltage technology; Operate high voltage power systems; and Apply maintenance procedures for high-voltage equipment.

Course Prerequisite & Qualification

Engine Officers (ETO; 3/E; 2/E; C/E)


Dynamic Positioning Basic Training Course

This standard level CPT KYPROS MTC course comprises an Introduction and 13 interactive learning modules, featuring text with English language voice over (optional), still photographs, video clips and animation.

The modules cover the following topic areas:

Introduction to DP

DP systems

Thrusters and propellers

Power systems

UTM projection

DP Sensors

Position reference systems

Using PRS data PRS handling

DP modes

DP operating procedures

DP capabilities

DP operations

Risk considerations

By the end of the course, candidates should have a basic knowledge of: DP system architecture Basic Principles of DP DP Modes of Operation Operational Procedures Risk Considerations On completion of the course candidates should have a sufficient understanding of the principles and practice of dynamic positioning and be able to make informed judgements about DP issues and situations they may encounter in their day to day work.