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Embark on a comprehensive learning path with our four-course series designed to enhance your expertise in marine environmental management and sustainability. Start with "Environmental Management in Marine Engineering", where you'll gain essential insights into sustainable practices and regulatory compliance. Progress to "Environment and Energy Efficiency Training" to deepen your understanding of energy conservation and operational efficiency. Expand your knowledge with "Ballast Water Management Awareness", focusing on the environmental implications and best practices for ballast water treatment. Conclude with "Bilge Water Management", a concise course that covers practical methods and regulatory guidelines for effective bilge water management. This learning path equips you with the skills and knowledge to minimise environmental impact and promote sustainability in marine operations.

3 hours and 51 minutes

The goal of this course is to equip marine ship engineers and engine department personnel with the knowledge and skills necessary to operate safely in the engine room; to minimise the risk of accidents and injuries; and to promote a culture of safety in the maritime industry.

Engineering
1 hour and 21 minutes
Avg. rating 4.7

This course is for the correct entries into the ORB Part-I as per industry guidelines and IMO circulars.

Engineering
25 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

Control valves are integral components within the maritime control systems of ships, contributing significantly to the safe and efficient operation of various marine systems. These valves, including Globe Valves, Butterfly Valves and Ball Valves, play a crucial role in regulating fluid flow, pressure and temperature. Their precise control capabilities are vital for maintaining optimal conditions, enhancing operational efficiency and ensuring the safety of both the vessel and its crew.

Engineering
21 minutes
Avg. rating 4.3

In the maritime industry, pumps are vital for diverse ship functions, ensuring fluid circulation and system efficiency. Centrifugal pumps, widely used for their reliability, play key roles in cooling, ballast transfer and bilge pumping. The merchant navy relies on these pumps for propulsion, power generation and auxiliary machinery, ensuring overall vessel safety and functionality. Understanding centrifugal pump types, applications and maintenance principles is essential for maintaining optimal performance and safeguarding the complex systems of maritime operations.

Engineering
37 minutes
Avg. rating 4.8

Plate Heat Exchangers (PHEs) play a pivotal role in maintaining thermal equilibrium in diverse applications, particularly within marine engineering. This essential component ensures efficient heat transfer, impacting engine cooling, HVAC systems and overall equipment reliability on ships. By exploring the operational principles, advantages, challenges and maintenance aspects of PHEs, this overview illuminates their critical role in optimising performance and adhering to stringent safety and marine engineering standards in the dynamic maritime environment.

Engineering
30 minutes
Avg. rating 4.2

Learn the basics of a diesel engine; the reciprocating piston engine is the most influential machine ever invented by mankind.

Engineering
1 hour and 32 minutes
Avg. rating 4.7

The course is designed to take you from zero to hero concerning centrifugal pump knowledge. Even if you already have some background knowledge, this course will serve as an efficient refresher. Whatever your level of understanding, or engineering background (HVAC, fire safety, oil and gas, mechanical engineering, refrigeration, chemical engineering, power engineering etc), we can guarantee you will have never taken an engineering course like this one.

Engineering
40 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

Want to separate water and solids from oil in an efficient manner? Then you will need a centrifugal separator! Purifiers and clarifiers are types of centrifugal separators, also known as ‘centrifuges’. These machines are used throughout many engineering industries.

Engineering
19 minutes
Avg. rating 4.7

The purpose of refrigeration systems on board vessels is to store temperature-sensitive cargo, perishable food supplies and air conditioning. In line with the Montreal Protocol, and as per MARPOL Annex VI, refrigeration installations must comply with various requirements, including the charging and discharging of systems, and the types of refrigerant utilised.

Engineering
39 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

As vessels continue to increase in size, the power demand rises too, so more powerful engines and other equipment items must also be installed. The increased size and demand on power requires the use of higher voltages on board, enabling the efficient and effective transfer of energy throughout the vessel.

Engineering
46 minutes
Avg. rating 4.4

Although there is an abundance of seawater available, marine diesel engines do not use it directly to keep the hottest parts of the engine cool or any other piece of machinery. This is because of the corrosion caused in the cooling water spaces by seawater; the salts would be deposited on the cooling surfaces interfering with the heat flow. Instead, the water circulated around the engine is fresh water. The freshwater is cooled using seawater.

Engineering
43 minutes
Avg. rating 4.7