Marine Electrical Training.

Course Title: Marine Electrical Training

Course Overview: The Marine Electrical Training course is designed to provide participants with comprehensive knowledge and practical skills related to electrical systems on marine vessels.

This course aims to equip students with the necessary understanding of electrical concepts, principles, and safety practices specific to the maritime industry.

Participants will learn how to install, troubleshoot, and maintain various electrical systems commonly found on ships, ensuring safe and efficient operations at sea.

Course Duration: 5 days (40 hours)

Course Outline:

Day 1: Introduction to Marine Electrical Systems

  • Overview of marine electrical systems
  • Basic electrical concepts and principles
  • Introduction to marine electrical safety regulations and standards
  • Understanding electrical symbols and diagrams
  • Introduction to electrical tools and equipment used in the maritime industry

Day 2: Electrical Components and Systems

  • Study of electrical components used in marine systems (e.g., switches, circuit breakers, relays)
  • Understanding electrical circuits and wiring diagrams
  • Power generation and distribution systems on ships
  • Batteries and battery charging systems
  • Introduction to lighting systems on board vessels

Day 3: Marine Electrical Installations

  • Electrical installation techniques and best practices
  • Cabling and wiring methods for marine applications
  • Installation of electrical panels and distribution boards
  • Motor control systems and installation
  • Practical exercises on electrical installations

Day 4: Troubleshooting and Maintenance of Marine Electrical Systems

  • Common electrical faults and troubleshooting techniques
  • Use of electrical testing equipment
  • Fault-finding in electrical circuits and systems
  • Preventive maintenance practices for marine electrical systems
  • Safety procedures during troubleshooting and maintenance activities

Day 5: Electrical Safety and Regulations in the Maritime Industry

  • Electrical safety practices specific to marine vessels
  • Understanding International Maritime Organization (IMO) regulations
  • Compliance with classification society rules and standards
  • Emergency procedures for electrical incidents at sea
  • Case studies and real-life scenarios