Course objectives: Electrical engineers, electricians and marine engineers working with High Voltage Power Systems should know how to operate and maintain them in a safe manner. Certificated persons should know and implement the procedures for usage of protective equipment as well as of the monitoring, controlling and signalization equipment of these systems.
This prep course is to prepare the trainees for succsessful examination in acquiring higher maritime competency chief or second marine engineer:
- Chief Engineer over 3000 кW
From the end of May 2012 BMTC is authorised to conduct type-specific training to Totem ECDIS users.
All courses, developed in accordance with STCW' 78, as amended requirements,are approved by Bulgarian Maritime Administration, which monitors the training and after successful course completion ussues the respective certificates.
BMTC courses are developed in compliance with the respective IMO model courses.
In addition, Bulgarian Maritime Training Centre is accredited by National Agency for Vocational Education and Training to provide Vocational Qualification courses for:
Sail Training vessel Kaliakra is available for chartering for few hours or few days nearcostal sailings and is a good opportunity for you business event, team building trainees or for your personal celebration.
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Since 2003 Bulgarian Maritime Training Centre is approved test centre.
At the end of March 2011 during regular service visit update integration between fullmission simulator Polaris - the only one in Bulgaria of class 'A', according to the standard 2.14 of DNV was completed by the producer Kongsberg AS.
Realization of this project gives unlimitted potentialities for complex training of deck and engine officers in compliance with the requirements laid out in the latest STCW amendments.
The course provides the knowledge and skills of ship officers and other officials charged with the obligations under segregation, lashing , loading and unloading operations and care during the sea passage , to dangerous, hazardous and harmful cargoes (dangerous goods - DG) in solid or packed form. In this course can be trained and people working in ports and charged with the organization and control of processing these goods.
The course is open for seafarers, immediately involved and responsible for the handling of cargo on oil tankers.
The programme meets the mandatory requirements for training of ship crews:the Regulation V/1-1 p.3 and A-V/1-1 p.2 of the STCW 78', as amended.