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Course Aim and Objectives

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1

Officers Under Training Course

(OUTC)

Aim. To provide newly Commissioned Officers with a strong theoretical and practical foundation for shipboard watch keeping duties both in harbour, at anchorages and at sea. In addition, the course would prepare and facilitate OUTs in the achievement of generic naval professional knowledge and leadership and management principles for their professional developments.

Training Objectives: The four broad training objectives of this course are to train the officers to :

  1. To be ale to manage harbour/ base watch independently as an officer of the day( OOD)
  2. To understand the requirements to mange watch independently as an officer of the watch at sea.
  3. Be proficient in all the facets of core competencies required to qualify as the OOW.
  4. To understand the requirements of an Action OOW when engaged in Naval Operations or Warfare.

60 Days

2
CIC Supervisor

Aim: The aim of this course is to train Senior Ratings / Petty Officers to supervise, co-ordinate and mange the Operations Room / Combat Information Centre (CIC) in a multi-threat environment.

Training Objectives: At the end of the course, the participants will:

•  To be able to have an overview of air, surface and subsurface warfare procedures and associated signals.

•  To understand the different types of plots and the presentation and exchange of tactical picture.

•  To undertake management and compilation of tactical picture in a multi-threat environment.

•  To be able to assist the Principal Warfare Officer (PWO) to direct the employment of shipboard sensors and AIS systems for Detection, Tracking and Classifications.

•  To be able to ensure information flow and enforce the communication norms and behavior.

•  To be able to assist the PWO to supervise the CIC prior to commencement of the CIC team.

•  Understand how to manage and co-ordinate information in Operations Room onboard the Strike Craft.

25 Days

3
Operations Officer Course

Aim: The aim of the Operation Course is to provide the necessary Warfare Knowledge to Naval officers serving onboard the Strike Craft. It will also serve as the foundation course for Principal Warfare Officer Course.

Training objectives The four broad training objectives of this course are to train the officers to :

•  Understand how to manage and co-ordinate information in Operations Room onboard the Strike Craft.

•  Operate Own and Subordinate ships in a multi-threat environment.

•  Carry out duties as Deputy Operations Officer of Naval Task Force/Group staff during operations planning.

Ensure operational readiness of all equipment, weapons and sensors onboard his ships
40 Days
4
Fleet-Work and Tactical Communications

Course Aim: This course is specifically designed to train senior communicators up to the required competency of performing the task of a Chief Communications Yeoman.

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of the module, the participants should possess the necessary skills and knowledge and be able to :

•  Explain the contents contained in the following communication publication:

  • (1) ACP 125 - Radio Telephony Procedure
  • (2) ACP 129 - Visual Signaling Procedure
  • (3) ACP 131 - Operational Signals
  • (4) BR 1969 - International Code of Signal
  • (5) ATP 1A (Vol I) - Allied Naval Manoeuvering Instructions
  • (6) ATP 1A(Vol II) - Allied Naval Signal Book

•  Understand the various procedures employed in Radio Telephony.

•  Know the various signaling methods pertaining to Visual Signaling

and procedures employed therein.

•  Understand Fleet-Work employed in tactical communications.

•  Execute Flashing Light transmission and reception up to 10 wpm.

Sound knowledge on Radio Telephony procedures and Fleet-work.
20 Days

5

Mission Planning Process

Aim: The aim of this program is to equip the participant with a systematic process for the planning of a military or operational task.

Objectives: The program serves to provide the participant with a process for appreciation of a military/operational problem and formulation of plan to deal with the problem/task assigned. The program covers the following areas:

•  Military mission process.

•  Situational appraisal to determine the issues relevant to solving the problem/task assigned.

•  Formulation and evaluation of courses of action to determine the best course of action.

•  Translation of the selected course of action into a plan for execution.

•  Consideration for monitoring of execution and changes to original plan.

 

5 Days

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

Law of the Sea And Law of Armed Conflict

Aim: The aim of this program is to provide junior and mid-career naval officers with an understanding of the United Nations Convention of the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) and the Law of Armed Conflict

Objectives: The program serves to provide the participants with an appreciation on:

United Nationals Convention on the Law of the Sea in the following areas:

•  Territorial Sea and Contiguous Zone

•  Straits used for international navigation

•  Archipelagic States

•  Exclusive Economic Zone

•  Continental Shelf

•  High Seas

•  Law of Armed Conflict

•  Convention (I) : Protection of Wounded and Sick in Armed Forces in the Field

•  Convention(II) : Protection of Wounded and Sick and Shipwrecked Members of the Armed Forces at Sea

•  Convention(III) : treatment of Prisoners of War

•  Convention (IV) : Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War

Two Protocols Additional to the Geneva Conventions.
5 Days
7
Mine Countermeasures Officer Course

Aim: The aim of the Mine Countermeasures Officers(MCMO) course is to train Naval Officers and Warrant Officers to hold the appointment of a Mine Hunting Officer (MHO) onboard the Mine Counter Measures Vessel ( MCMV) and MCM related shore appointments.

Objectives: At the end of the course, the Officer would be able to perform the tasks of MCM Officers in :

•  Planning of MCM Operations.

•  Supervising a MCMv CIC watch during mine hunting and survey

operations.

•  Supervising MCM Deck Ops during mine hunting operations.

•  Supervising training at Shore-based Trainers.

•  Supervising data processing at shore-based Data Management

Centre.

20 Days
8
Radar Principles

Aim: The aim of the Radar Principles Course is to enable the participants to understand the fundamentals of the Radar technology and to equip them with the basic skills and knowledge to conduct Radar fault analysis and findings.

Objectives: At the end of the lessons, the participant should be able to :

•  Know the Radar Performance Factors and Radiation/Propagation theory

•  Understand the basic block diagram of a pulsed radar system

•  Understand the latest technology used in radar and be able to do

basic fault finding.

 

5 Days
9
Sonar Operator Course

Aim: To enable participants to acquire fundamental understanding of sonar principles and operations in Anti Submarine Warfare.

Training Objectives: At the end of this course, participants will be able to :

•  State the speed of sound in water and explain the effects of Oceanographic factors on the underwater sound.

•  Classify and explain the different types of noises.

•  State the sonar equation and explain its parameters.

•  List the different types of submarines.

•  List the advantages and disadvantages of various ASW platforms.

•  List the different types of sensors in ASW.

•  Classify and state the different types of ASW weapons used.

•  State the different types of anti submarine warfare and explain the line limit of submarine approach.

10 Days
10
Sonar Principles

Aim: The course provides participants with the understanding of the basics of sonar principles.

Training Objectives: At the end of the course, participants should:

•  Be able to understand the basic configuration of a sonar system.

•  Be able to describe the principles of signal processing.

•  Be able to describe the data processing procedures.

•  Be able to list the functions of the sonar transmitter.

 

5 Days
11
Rigging and Slinging

Aims: This course aims to educate the participants on the rigging and slinging equipment, anchors, cables, bitter end and chain locker available on board a vessel as well as the procedures and methods of maintaining them. The participants will be taught on the preparations and procedures involved when undergoing a survey of these equipment by a Classification Society surveyor.

Objectives: At the end of this course, the participants will:

•  Be aware of the usage of various types of ropes and wires available on board a vessel

•  Understand the methods of checking the cordage and wire ropes for any defects

•  Be aware of the correct method of storage of various wires and ropes available on board a vessel

•  Know the contents of a chain register maintained on board a vessel

•  Know the procedures for maintaining of lifting gear e.g. davits, cranes, cargo blocks, chain blocks, shackles and other associated equipment

•  Know the availability of various types of anchors, cables on board a vessel and their securing/storing arrangements

•  Understand the maintenance procedures of the anchors, cables, bitter end and chain locker on board a vessel

•  Know the procedures and matters related to the surveys of anchors, cable and associated equipment by an external surveyor.

3 Days
12
Junior Radar Operator Course

Course Aim: The aim of this course is to train and prepare Junior Ratings for the appointment of Junior Radar Plotters on board ship. This course provides the junior ratings with the skills, knowledge and aptitude to operate the radar and to assist in basic navigation.

Required Attainment: The participants shall be able to:

•  Operate the navigation radar

•  Operate the Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS)

•  Assist the Navigation officer in basic navigation.

•  Perform radar plotter duties onboard ship.

•  Perform the role of the Action information Organization Team (external and internal Plotters)

30 Days
13

Senior Radar Operator Courses

Course Aim: The aim of this course is to prepare and train Senior Ratings for shipboard appointment of Chief Radar Plotter. This course provides the participants with the skills, knowledge and aptitude as Chief Radar Plotter to assist the Navigating Officer in the smooth running of the Navigating Department.

Required Attainment : The participants will be able to :

•  Assist the Navigating Officer in Visual and Blind Pilotage.

•  Assist the Navigating Officer Anchoring.

•  Assist the Navigating Officer in calculating tidal prediction.

•  Operate the navigation radar and Electronic Chart Display and Information System.

•  Assume the appointment as Supervisor of the Ship Plotting Team.

 

30 Days
14
Junior Gunners Course

Course Aim: The aim of this course is to train Junior Ratings for the following:

•  To equip them with essential gunnery knowledge to function as a gunner rating on board ship.

•  To perform as gunnery lookout sentries.

•  To communicate with the Gun Direction Officer using standard command, control orders and reports operating the side arms as port/ starboard gun operator onboard.

•  To perform as loader of the OTO Melara 76/62 SRGM under the charge of the gun captain.

Required Attainment: The participants shall be able to :

•  Understand the Gunnery Organization onboard the ship

•  Know the types of Naval Gun and Ammunition Pyrotechnics

•  Know the various types of Fire Control System

•  Understand and comply with safety governing Ammunition and Gun

•  Perform general maintenance of Naval Weapons

•  Be conversant with Basic Gun Direction and Gunnery Communication

•  Know the types of Live Firing Exercise and Target

•  Perform Gunnery Lookout Sentries and Gun Direction Exercises

•  Perform the duties of loader of the OTO Melara 76/62 SRGM Gun

25 Days
15
Senior Gunners Course

Course Aim: The aim of this course is to train Senior ratings for the following:

•  To equip with advance gunnery knowledge to function as a senior gunners on board ship.

•  To perform as loader of the OTO Melara 76/62 SRGM under the charge of the gun captain.

Required Attainment: The participants shall be able to understand/ know/ perform:

•  Basic Science for Naval Ordnance and Gunnery

•  Maintenance of Naval Weapons

•  Naval Ammunition and Explosives

•  Basic Fire Control Principles

•  Principle of Gun Direction and Gun Direction Process

•  Gunnery Command, Control Orders and Reports

•  Gunnery Safety

•  Introduction to Electronic Warfare

•  Loader of the OTO Melara 76/62 SRGM GUN.

25 Days
16

OTO Melara 76/62 Super Rapid Gun Operator Course

Course Aim: The aim of this course is to train naval personnel as Gun Operator of the OTO Melara 76/62 Super Rapid Gun Mount.

Required Attainment: At the end of this course, the trainee will be able to:

•  State the functions and capabilities of the OTO Melara 76/62 SRGM.

•  Carry out the closing-up and clearing away procedure.

•  Carry out the loading and unloading procedure.

•  Carry out the securing procedure.

•  Carry out the misfire procedure.

•  Carry out the following stoppages procedure:

• I. Empty case not ejected.

• II. Loading tray locking tool jammed.

•  Communicate using the standard command and control orders and reports

25 days
17
OTO Melara 76/72 Super Rapid Gun Maintenance Course

Course Aim: To train senior gun crew (gun captain) to carry out functional tests and shipboard level maintenance/repair on the Oto Melara 76mm/62 Super Rapid Gun Mount (SRGM).

Required Attainment: At he end of this course, the trainee will be able to :

•  Carry out daily, weekly and monthly checks.

•  Conduct pre/post-firing function checks.

•  Perform shipboard preventive maintenance tasks.

•  Know the functional design of the gun mount so as to be able to carry out simple repair.

•  Make accurate defect assessment/report to support base.

 

25 Days
18
High Frequency Management Course

Aim. The aim of the course is to train Senior Communications Ratings to plan and predict the use of High Frequency for effective communication in real time operation.

Training Objectives : Upon completion of the module , the participants should be able to :

•  List the frequency spectrum and their general uses.

•  Identify the structure of the ionosphere.

•  State what radio waves are.

•  List the components of a radio wave and define the terms cycle, i.e. frequency, harmonics, period, wavelength, and velocity as applied to radio wave propagation.

•  Compute the wavelength of radio waves.

•  State how radio waves are polarized, vertically and horizontally.

•  State what reflection, refraction, and diffraction are as applied to radio waves.

•  State what influence the Earth's atmosphere has on radio waves and list the different layers of the Earth's atmosphere.

•  Identify a ground wave, a sky wave, and state the effects of the ionosphere on the sky wave.

•  Define density of layer, frequency, angle of incidence, skip distance, and skip zone.

•  Describe propagation paths.

•  Describe fading, multi path fading, and selective fading. Describe propagation paths.

•  State how transmission losses affect radio wave propagation.

•  State how electromagnetic interference, man-made/natural interference, and ionosphere disturbances affect radio wave propagation. State how transmission losses affect radio wave propagation.

•  Identify variations in the ionosphere.

•  Identify the maximum, optimum, and lowest usable frequencies of radio waves.

•  State what temperature inversion is, how frequency predictions are made, and how weather affects frequency.

•  State what troposphere scatter is and how it affects radio wave propagation.

•  State the basic principles of antenna radiation and list the parts of an antenna.

•  Describe how electromagnetic energy is radiated from an antenna.

•  Explain polarization, gain, and radiation resistance characteristics of an antenna.

•  Describe the theory of half-wave and quarter-wave antennas.

•  Understand the theory of Great Circle Distance, Azimuth and take off angle.

•  Understand the theory of Sitting, Attenuation and Path Loss

•  List the various array antennas.

•  Identify various special antennas such as Long-wire, V, rhombic, turnstile, ground-plane, and corner- reflector; describe the operation of each.

•  List safety precautions when working aloft and around antennas.

•  Use common computer software to perform point to point and Grafex prediction.

 

20 Days
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19
Human Resource Planning

Aim: The aim of this course is to train Officers and Senior Ratings in Human Performance improvements, effectiveness, and adopting competitive strategic planning, designing and managing successful staffing processes.

Training Objectives: The training objectives are:

•  Understanding trends in Strategic Human Resource Management

•  Know the Human Resource Planning Framework and Models

•  To link Human Resource Plans and Organizational Plans.

•  Understand the impact of Organizational Plans on the Human Resource Plan.

5 Days
20
Career Development, Career Advancement and Succession Planning

Aim: The aim of this course is to train Officers and Senior Ratings in Human Resource Management skills for developing, motivating and retaining valued staff and Succession Plan for maintaining and protecting manpower within the working environment.

Training Objectives: One of the most familiar and awesome encounters of organizational life is the process that maximize the likelihood of successful person/ job matches as the employment relationship is established. Staffing and succession are inevitable human resource management processes as an organization experiences change. There is a constant need to adopt new technology and new systems, and to re-structure to meet the aspiration of highly demanding and better educated generation. This program describes and prescribes the following:

•  Determine Human Resource Requirements.

•  Developing Human Resource Development Strategies.

•  Developing Planning and Succession Plans.

5 Days
21
Recruitment and Selection Techniques

Aim: The aim of this course is to train Officers and Senior Ratings in Human Resource management skills in the area of critical success factors in recruitment selection, using interviewing techniques as one of the means in assessing suitable candidates and planning selection criteria.

Training Objectives:

•  To train participants in strategic planning and considerations of recruitment. To determine how it fits into the larger scale of selecting suitable candidates for organizations, using various techniques, including through interview techniques.

•  To train participants in the art of conducting an interview for the purposes of selecting personnel for job placement, assessment of need and information gathering.

5 Days
22
Communication Skills

Aim: The aim of the course is to train participants in the art of effective communication and how to present ideas in an interesting manner to a group.

Training Objectives: The course covers the importance of communication as a means to better relationships , for negotiations, improving presentation styles and confidence building when speaking in front of a group. At the end of the course, the trainees will understand:

•  Barriers to Communications.

•  Communication as a process.

•  The art of communicating ideas and thoughts in an effective manner.

•  Practical Sessions and Critique.

3 Days
>> Soft Skill Courses
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BRM

Aim: The aim of the BRM Course is to focus on positive attitude change leading to behavioral dynamics that reduces management error. It sharpens the skill of naval personnel in the use and coordination of knowledge, experiences and available resources to achieve a high standard of safe Naval Operations at sea.

Course Objective: The BRM training objectives enable the participants to adopt positive attitude change, leading to improve behavioral outcome and a reduction in human error. This would enhance greater safety at sea and improvement in mission effectiveness. The Instructional objective(s) used to develop the lessons are:

•  Able to apply the principles of Bridge Resource Management in order to be an effective team member.

•  Able to develop the team by ensuring that team members are unified through achievement of common goals as part of their developmental competency in the Leadership Competency Model.

3 Days
24
Method of Instructions (MOI)

Aim: The aim of this course is to train Officer and Senior Ratings to conduct lessons effectively and facilitate learning for a particular subject, measured by the techniques taught for observable learning.

Training Objectives: At the end of the course, the participants will be able :

•  To understand the nature of learning through 5 senses and the importance of effective introduction.

•  To be able to write a lesson objective and introduce it in an interesting way.

•  To understand the means and barriers of the communication process and be able to deliver a presentation effectively.

•  To be able to facilitate learning using different methods of instruction.

•  To be able to write a lesson plan and adapt and review an existing lesson plan and prepare for instructions.

5 Days
25
Advance MOI

Aim of Course: The aim of the course is to provide an environment and framework for higher cognitive skills learning of advanced methods of instruction.

Course Objectives :

•  The course is divided into 2 parts.

Part 1 is a 5-day course and Part 2 a 3-day workshop dedicated to practical applications on a project.

•  For Part 1, at the end of the 5-day course, participants will also be able to:

•  Acquire the principles of learning

•  Developing a philosophy of ‘Self-evaluation' on their own instructional styles so as to facilitate a mindset shift and the methodology in evaluating the performance of facilitators.

•  Acquire basic coaching competencies and apply them.

•  Optimize their behavioral strengths to build collaboration for team work in project-based learning.

•  Exploring case study as an effective tool in achieving educational objectives

c. For Part 2, at the end of the 3-day workshop, participants will be able to

•  Present a case study based on a pre-selected project and receive feedback and critique.

•  Conduct coaching and facilitation forum.

•  Do stand up presentation using advanced methods of instruction.

8 Days
26
Training Development Course

Aim: The aim of this course is to train Officers and Senior Ratings to analyze, design, develop, conduct and validate training so as to formulate a training management plan for a particular job.

Course Objectives: The training objectives of this course are:

•  To understand and perform the analysis of training through systems approach to training ,job analysis and questionnaire survey.

•  To understand the training development diagram and task analysis process.

•  To understand and know the derivatives of performance, conditions, standards and KSA for a particular task and conduct task analysis.

•  To understand the concept and difference of training objectives and determine training entry standards.

•  To understand the concept of testing and be able to design and develop oral and written tests.

•  To understand the concept and tools for validation and be able to design a validation plan and feedback format.

 
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Building Effective Team

Aim: The aim of the training is to help participants across different levels within the organization to foster teamwork and problem solving.

Objectives: At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:

•  Reduce interpersonal barriers among participants to cultivate bonding and ultimately enhance efficiency of teamwork.

•  Identify their ‘Preferred', ‘Expected' and ‘Instinctive' Modes in their behavior

•  Identify where adaptive response can be applied in leadership roles

•  Highlight the characteristics of effective teams which includes but is not limited to the practice of interdependency, taking ownership, having initiative etc.

•  Highlight the strengths and weakness of team decision making

•  Create a sense of camaraderie and ‘esprit de corps' though the experience of facing challenges and overcoming obstacles together

•  Applying principles of team building in leadership scenarios

5 Days
28
Problem Solving

Aim: The aim of this program is to equip the participants with techniques to resolve workplace problems.

Objectives: The program serves to provide the participant with techniques to anticipate and identify problems, generate and evaluate alternatives solutions to a problem and to make the decision for the selection of the solution as well as take responsibility for the decision. The program covers the following area:

•  Problem identification

•  Recognizing the potential for a problem.

•  Recognizing the cause and impact of the problem.

•  Generation and evaluating alternatives solutions to a problem.

•  Generate alternatives to solve a problem.

•  Techniques to select the best solution for the problem.

•  Making a decision for implementation.

•  Developing an action plan for implementing a decision.

•  Evaluating the performance outcome of the implemented solution and incorporating it into standard operating procedures.

3 Days
29
Leadership and Effective Communications

Aim: The aim of this program is to equip middle level management Officers the skills of effective communications and the art of persuasion and influencing people using communications skills. Effective communication is the key to resolve many situations in conflicts at work.

Objectives: By the end of the course, the participants would :

•  Be able to understand the essentials of Leadership

•  Be able to identify the vital determinants for effective communications

•  Have acquired skills to manage barriers to communication

•  Have learnt crucial persuasion and influencing techniques

•  Understand the different types of personalities and styles of communications

2 Days
30
Managing Change Effectively

Aim: The aim of this program is to equip the participants with the knowledge of the change dynamics within the organization and to manage and implement them effectively.

Objectives: By the end of the course, the participants would be able to have an action plan to manage and effect change in their area of responsibility

2 Days
31
Crisis Management and Preparation

Aim: The aim of this program is to equip middle level management Officers with the skills and knowledge in handling and managing crisis within an organization.

Objectives: By the end of the course, the participants would be able to :

•  be acquainted with the key tools that can be used to assess and mange risk in an organization

•  Understand the roles of a crisis management team.

Know who the stakeholder in an organization and how to mange their demands and expectations.
2 Days
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Occupational Safety Health – Safety Manager Course

Aim: The aim of the course is to:

•  Introduce and educate on modern safety management concepts(& applications) to military services

•  Highlight (and explain) to the management on the success/failure factors of occupational RISK MANAGEMENT, using Worldwide Military and Civilian cases/models as benchmarks.

•  Mange occupational safety & heath risk, using latest safety management systems theories.

Objectives: At the end of the course, the Officers will be able to:

•  Understand safety management principles and their applications.

•  Use such principles in accident prevention.

•  Adopt and implement proper risk management framework.

 

 
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Mercury OBM Maintenance-Diagnosis Course

Aim: The aim of the course is to enable the engineers/technicians to develop and upgrade their skill in the servicing, maintaining and trouble-shooting of Mercury Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) Outboards.

Training Objectives: The broad training objectives of this course are to train the engineers/ technicians:

•  To be able to understand the general principle, identify the various important components, and the working principles of Mercury outboard Motor.

•  To understand the basic precautions, maintenance routines and periodic maintenance concept of the Mercury OBM.

To be able to carryout repairs of Mercury OBM onboard ship and on-scene independently.
5 Days
34
Mercury OBM Overhaul Course

Aim: The aim of the overhaul Course is to provide the technicians with the skills and knowledge to perform overhaul work on the mercury 200 HP Outboard Motor as well as maintenance and service activities, using the appropriate tools and services documentation, to allow the product to operate in accordance with its design specifications.

Training Objectives : The broad training objectives of this course are to train the engineer /technicians:

•  To locate and identify the product specifications, using the appropriate service documentation.

•  To locate and perform maintenance procedures using appropriate tools and service documentation on the engine power-head.

•  To locate and perform maintenance procedures using appropriate tools and service documentation on the engine gear-case.

•  To describe the primary parts, their characteristics and functions of the various Mercury 200 HP Outboard Motor sub-system.

•  To perform various electrical system tests using the appropriate tools and service documentation, to allow the outboard to operate in accordance with the design specifications.

•  To perform various system diagnostic procedures, using the appropriate tools and service documentation, on completion of the overhauls and repairs on the outboard, in according to the design specification of the outboards.

5 Days
35
Mercury OBM Operator-Maintainer Course

 Aim: The aim of the course is to provide the OBM Operator with the skills and knowledge to operate the Mercury 200 HP Out board as per its operational standard as well as to perform first level diagnostic and carry out maintenance and service activities, using the appropriate tools and service documentation. This will allow the product to operate in accordance with its design specifications.

Training Objectives: The training objectives and the broad scope of the course are as follows:

•  The Operator will be able to locate and identify the product specifications, using the appropriate service documentation.

•  The operator will be able to locate and perform operation procedures using appropriate tools and service documentation:

•  To operate the engine at High Speed.

•  To operate the Remote Control in the safest manner in engaging and disengaging the shift.

•  To know the proper use of the Lanyard Stop Switch.

•  To be aware of the harmful effect of the Exhaust Emission and to take steps to minimize exhaust inhalation.

•  To be aware of the danger of wave jumping.

•  To know the specification of the propeller used as well as to remove and install them to the engines.

•  The Operator will be able to take the necessary step to carry out the correct procedures for the training of the Outboard when the boat is transported on the training by the use of the trailer button on the Remote Control lever

•  The Operator will be able to identify the various components found in the Fuel and Oil systems and to ensure that they are topped up correctly:

•  The correct Fuel grade to use

•  The selection of the correct Quicksilver Outboard Oil to use

•  The location of the Fuel and Oil Tank as well as their correct hoses connection

•  The topping up of the Fuel and Oil tanks and Reservoir

The Operator will be able to carry of the Break-in of a new or recently overhauled Outboard as well as the following operation:

•  Pre-start checklist

•  Operation of the Outboard on shallow water operation.

•  The use of the Trim when the boat is underway

•  The proper Starting and Stopping of the outboard

•  The proper shifting of the gear

The Operator will be able to perform various operations that will allow outboard to operate in accordance with design specifications.

•  Taking care of the Power Package

•  Carry out preliminary operator after an outboard is submerge in water.

•  Carry out inspection and minor maintenance of the outboard

•  Carry out flushing of the cooling system in the engine

•  Check the security of the Steering Link Rod

•  Identify and replacement of the spark Plugs and fuses

•  Removal and replacement of the Gear Oil in the Gear-case

The operator will be able to perform the following operational Trouble-shooting procedure to diagnose the following problems on the engine.

•  Engine will not start

•  Engine run erratically

•  Engine performance loss

•  Warning alarm and light activation

•  Battery cannot hold charge

The Operator will be able to perform the following tasks on the engine:

•  Conduct a check using the Engine Inspection Checklist

•  Fill in a maintenance Log for each of the engine

5 Days
36
Vibration Analysis Course

Aim: The aim of the course is to equip participants with the knowledge of the application of vibration condition monitoring technique as part of the Navy's continual improvement in the maintenance of vessel machinery.

Course Objectives: The broad course objectives of this course are to:

•  Introduction of Condition Monitoring

•  Basic knowledge of Vibration Analysis

•  Vibration measurement, instrumentation and analysis

•  Implementation of Vibration Condition Monitoring for the organization.

 
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MTU Engines Maintenance W1-W4 Course

Course Aim: To train the participants in the operating principles, servicing procedures, maintenance schedules of MTU 538 marine engine.

Objectives: The participants are expected to perform the following W1 to W4 tasks on the MTU Engines:

•  Engine operation

•  Engine repair

•  Engine maintenance

Course Benefits: The course will prepare participants to operate , maintain and repair:

•  Introduction to MTU 538 series marine engine

•  Engine cooling system

•  Engine fuel system

•  Engine unit injector

•  Engine governor

•  Engine lubricating oil system

•  Engine exhaust gas system

•  Engine charge air system

•  Engine starting / compressed air system

•  Engine suspension

•  Engine cylinder head

•  Engine valve gear housing

5 Days
38
MTU Engines Maintenance W5 Course

Course Aim: To train the participants to perform top overhaul of the MTU 538 16V engines.

Objectives: The participants are expected to perform the W5 maintenance and that is to carry out the maintenance operation during the shut-down periods, partial dismantling of the engines is required for the inspection.

Course Benefits: The course will prepare participants to perform the following W5 tasks:

•  Remove Fuel and Unit Injectors

•  Remove cam & rocker housing

•  Remove cylinder heads

•  Remove, inspect & install cylinder liner

•  Inspect & install piston with connecting rod

•  Inspect cylinder head

•  Determine cylinder head sealing ring thickness

•  Install cylinder head

•  Determine valve cap height

•  Inspect & Install cam & rocker housing

•  Install unit injector

•  Adjust uniform fuel delivery (3-notch mark)

•  Adjust commencement of fuel delivery (4.3mm)

•  Install fuel line & cambox cover

•  Adjust air distributor timing

•  Service oil gap filter (course & fine filter)

45 Days
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Welding Course- Carbon Steel

Course Aim: The aim of the course is to train and prepare skilled welders to sit for Welder Qualification Test, to be certified to Classification Society Code by Lloyd's, ABS or DNV for 3G, 4G or 6G positions using Shielded Metal Arc Welding Process (SMAW)

Modules: There are 3modules, each tailored to the different entry (skilled) level of the participants.

Duration of the Course

•  Module 1 – Plate 3G - 6 days (5 days training plus 1 day test)

•  Module 2 – Plate 4G - 6 days (5 days training plus 1 day test)

•  Module 3 – Pipe 6G - 11 days (10 days training plus 1 day test)

 
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Maritime Pollution (MARPOL)

Aim: The Course provides participants with the understanding of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships – 1973 as modified by Protocol of 1978.It also deals with aspects of pollution in general ad marine pollution in particular.

Training Objectives: At the end of the course, participants should be able to understand the main provisions of MARPOL 73/78 namely:

•  Annex I – Regulations for the Prevention of pollution by Oil

•  Annex II – Regulations for the Control of Pollution by Noxious Liquid Substance in Bulk

•  Annex III – Regulations for the Prevention of Pollution by Harmful Substances Carried by Sea in Packaged Form.

•  Annex IV –Regulation for the Prevention of Pollution by Sewage from Ships – NOT IN FORCE

•  Annex V – Regulation for the Prevention of Pollution by Garbage from Ships

•  Annex VI – Regulation for the Prevention of Air Pollution from Ships –

Will come in force by 1 st July 2005 .

4 Days
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Quality Audit

Course Aim: To prepare participants in the preparation and conduct of Quality Audit of a documented Quality System.

Objectives: The participants shall be able to :

•  Know and understand the requirements of the Internationally recognized ISO 9001:2000 Standards

•  Prepare and conduct Audit of a documented Quality System

3 Days
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Top Quality Management System (TQMS)

Course Aim: To prepare participants in the preparation and conduct of Quality Audit of a documented Quality System and to use the Quality Control Tools in solving problems of the Quality System.

Objectives: The participants shall be able to :

•  Know the requirements of the ISO 9001:2000 Standard

•  Prepare and conduct Audit of a documented Quality System

•  Understand Problem solving of Quality System processes

4 Days
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Quality System Manager

Course Aim: To prepare participants in the Management and continually improve the effectiveness of a documented Quality System.

Required Attainment: The participants shall be able to:

•  Manage the implemented Quality System

•  Interpret the requirements of the ISO 9001:2000 Standards

•  Plan and manage the Audit of a documented Quality System

•  Review and improve the Quality System

5 Days
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Advanced Medical Course (Naval)

Course Aim: The aim of the course is to equip participants with the knowledge and skills to provide advanced first aid in emergencies so as to be able to neutralize life-endangering problems.

Course Objectives: The broad course objectives are:

•  Assessment and initial management of trauma

•  Treatment of shock

•  Treatment of bleeding, fractures, burns ,and soft tissue wounds

•  Basic life support

•  Medical emergencies

5 Days
45

Culinary Skills

Course Aim: The aim of the course is to:

•  Expose the participants to a beneficial training in the Food and Beverage industry by training participants with the skills and knowledge required in this industry.

•  Motivate culinary staff to understand the Food Preparation Industry and the country or culture–specific activities that are essential for the Navy.

Course Objectives: The broad course objectives are :

•  Apply creativity and innovation in food display

•  Create and prepare attractive western menus

•  Understand the kitchen operating process

•  Apply the techniques of Culinary Arts

Importance of mise-en-place

 

10 Days