To maintain the high standards of our certificates:

  • Students will need to maintain over 90% attendance
    • any missed attendance can be made up by staying back after class or during break time
  • Students will need to achieve at least a 65% passing grade either in the written or practical exam
    • should a student fail they will be required to return on the next working day to go over their weak areas before resitting the exam again
    • should the student fail the make up exam they will be required to retake the course again and their company will be notified
  • Students who behave poorly in class, act in an unsafe manner, or have a bad attitude will have their company contacted

MODULE 1
Alfa Laval Marine and Power
Operation and Maintenance of Ship's Fuel, Lube Oil, and Central Cooling Systems

Objective: To deliver up-to-date, realistic training that provides knowledge, confidence, and competence for safe and cost effective operation of the auxiliary machinery systems.

Activities include:

  • Tracing the total system and making a line sketch of the system
  • Opening and closing the correct valves in the system. Prepare each equipment in the system for start up
  • Start up each equipment and check all pressures and temperatures are within the correct range. Check that all equipment are operating normally
  • Adjusting the various equipment to meet the required out come of the system
  • Operate the system in auto, manual and emergency mode

After successfully completing this training, students will have the necessary competency to:

  • Understand the various systems and how each piece of equipment in the system has an impact on other equipment in the system
  • Operate the system in manual and automatic mode
  • Understand the responsibilities and duties needed in operating the various systems

MODULE 2
Alfa Laval Marine and Power
Operation and Maintenance of Ship's Fuel, Lube Oil, and Central Cooling Systems

Objective: To deliver up-to-date, realistic training that provides knowledge, confidence, and competence for safe and cost effective operation of the auxiliary machinery systems.

Activities include:

  • Operate the various systems and identify the faulty equipment in the system
  • Open up each equipment conduct, fault finding, maintenance and familiarity of how each piece of the equipment works
  • Conduct fault finding, testing and programming on the Alfa Laval electronic controllers

After successfully completing this training, students will have the necessary competency to:

  • Understand the various systems and how each piece of equipment in the system has an impact on other equipment in the system
  • Understand how to program and fault find, the various Alfa Laval electronic controllers
  • Understand how and why it is necessary to conduct regular maintenance
  • Understand how and when necessary to conduct correct adjustment and assessment of malfunctions

FUEL MANAGEMENT

This course is designed for all personnel whose responsibility lie in the art of bunkering fuel oil and adjusting the various machinery used for the treatment and consumption of fuel oil.

Objective: To deliver up-to-date, realistic training that provides knowledge, confidence, and competence to ensure safe and cost effective use of bunkered fuel oil.

Activities include:

  • Trace the total fuel system and make a line sketch
  • Using various fuel analytics laboratory reports to adjust the fuel system to match the engine’s requirements
  • Using various engine components and auxiliary equipment components, explain how the damage was caused and how to overcome the problem

After successfully completing this training, students will have the necessary competency to:

  • Understand and interpret the fuel oil analysis report
  • Use the analysis report to adjust relevant equipment so as to maximize the full potential of the fuel
  • Be aware of any adverse effects the fuel may cause throughout the total fuel system
  • Be aware of current regulations and guidelines as to the use of on board fuels
  • Understand the responsibilities and duties needed during the bunkering, treatment, and consumption of fuel oil

BILGE WATER AND WASTE OIL TREATMENT SYSTEM

This course is designed for all personnel whose responsibility lies in the area of bilge water treatment and waste oil management.

Objective: To deliver up-to-date, realistic training that provides knowledge, confidence and competence to ensure safe and cost effective use of the bilge water and waste oil treatment system.

Activities include:

  • The principles of an integrated bilge water treatment system
  • Port state control inspection and bilge water legislations (MARPOL, IMO, MEPC and US Coast Guard)
  • Oil record book entries
  • Oily water separator system – operation, maintenance and fault finding
  • Waste oil disposal

After successfully completing this training, students will have the necessary competency to:

  • Understand the various regulations and other statutory requirements that are enforced to ensure the protection of the marine environment
  • Understand the total concept of the integrated bilge water treatment system and how each piece of equipment has an impact on other equipment in the system
  • Understand how and when necessary to conduct correct adjustment and assessment of malfunctions
  • Understand bilge water composition

AUXILIARY BOILER SYSTEM

Objective: To deliver up-to-date, realistic training that provides knowledge, confidence, and competence for safe and cost effective operation of the auxiliary boiler system.

Activities Include:

  • Tracing the various systems and making a line sketch of each system
  • Demonstrate the correct procedures for starting up and shutting down the boiler system
  • Conduct inspection on the various equipment in the system, explain why/how the equipment are in such a condition
  • Conduct testing of the various boiler mounted safety devices

After successfully completing this training, students will have the necessary competency to:

  • Understand the various systems and how each piece of equipment in the system has an impact on other equipment in the system
  • Understand how operation are planned and carried out in accordance with established rules and procedures to ensure safety of operation
  • Deviations from the norm are promptly identifies and rectified

ON BOARD SHIP AND POWER STATION TRAINING

Our training is able to be conducted on board ship or power station. This training is tailored specifically for each customer and may cover such areas as mentoring, following up on previous training, or troubleshooting malfunctioning systems.

Objective: To meet and exceed the customer’s expectations.


CUSTOMISED TRAINING
Alfa Laval Auxiliary Machinery Course

This training is tailored specifically to meet the needs the customer deems necessary for their engine room personnel. Our training focuses on systems rather than individual equipment. All installed equipment is manufactured by Alfa Laval.

Objective: To meet and exceed the customer’s expectations.


ENGINE ROOM PERSONNEL EVALUATION

This evaluation is tailored to help companies compile information that will help ascertain whether a person is suited for a certain position in the engine room.

Objective: To record a person’s ability, reactions, and attitude in relation to the safe and efficient operations and maintenance of engine room equipment. 

Activities include:

  • Operate the various engine room systems
  • Dismantle, evaluate and reassemble various engine room equipment