|Course & Certification:
Description: Deck Engineer 40GT™
Certification type: Presentation A5.
ISO 9001:2015 compliance course & certification.
6 days consisting of;
3 days of classroom theory.
|Capacity of certification:
1. ancillary support certification to the Master 10GT, 20GT & 40GT.
2. max engine size = 85hP / 64 kW.
3. assistant engine compartment watchkeeper max. engine size = 800hP / 597 kW.
|Recognitions & approvals:
Pending, in process.
6 days at sea.
|Certification issuing requirements:
1. Seafarers Medical Certificate.
The custom-designed iymcs presentation folder type certification is stylish and practical.
The presentation folder outer is made of real leather with a sythentic interior that is resistant to water and protects the certificates.
It is A5 in size, it can hold up to four Certificates, and is an ideal size to be kept in a crew document case or with the boat's documents.
The iymcs Certificates are printed to ISO9001:2015 standards, are dual-language and feature extensive security features to security level 3 (Government passports & national Iidentification documents are security levels 1 & 2) and can be used as a personal ID in daily situations. (Nb. It cannot be used instead of a passport/national identity card).
The iymcs "Deck Engineer 40GT™" course & certification appeals to crew members of all levels on a variety of vessels, whether they are operating or cruising, near-coastal, offshore or oceanic. The objective of the course is to enable crew to achieve a sound understanding of the workings of the engines & systems that are typically found on vessels up to 40GT.
There is a second aspect to this certification in that it can be used to work as an assistant engine room watchkeeper on tbe larger vessels under 35 metres, flag state permitting.
The course syllabus is extensive, both in the classroom theory and practical workshop exercises. It is assumed that you have very little knowledge of marine engineering and on-board systems. The course includes; the basic workings of the marine diesel engine, propulsion units, fuel systems, hydaulic systems, electrical systems, digital systems, domestic systems, fixed fire extinguishing systems, etc.
The course is designed to enable crew to be able to competently communicate with service engineers and technicians, and if necessary, undertake basic fault-finding and minor adjustments on-board under their remote supervision. Included within the course, is the basics aspects of health & safety, also covering other related issues including but not limited to MARPOL and deck related safe working practises (SWP). The teaching structure is interactive with the theory elements leading into the practical aspects.
Comprehensive syllabus written by technicians and marine engineers.
Suitable for crew of sailing yachts, motor yachts & commercial workboat vessels.
The course format is designed to cater for all levels of academic ability.
The course seamlessly leads into the DE80GT directly from the DE40GT.
The iymcs "Deck Engineer 40GT™" course course and certificate/endorsement is a great interactive course, with a logical step-by-step learning structure. The knowledge and confidence gained just by doing the course really makes you look at engines and systems found on-board in a very different way.
Our Society, the 'International Yacht Marine Certification Society" (iymcs) operates its entire operations under a Quality Management System
(QMS) that is in compliance with the International Standards Organisation (ISO) 9001:2015 amended. Part of this compliance involves full auditing procedures.
This is an important reference and enables us to gain recognitions from maritime administrations and marine industry bodies alike. The QMS together with the ISO, ensures that iymcs and its Members operate to the highest standards possible. All our courses, and more importantly the Certifications that we issue, are under ISO9001:2015.
This practice is most unusual for such courses and certifications. Some organisations will claim ISO:9001 adherence but often the reality is the ISO compliance is for a very small number of their courses.
|Scandinavia 1.200,-EUR||Northern Europe 1.000,-EUR||United Kingdom 750,-GBP|
|Southern Europe 900,-EUR||Middle East 800,-USD||North America 800,-USD|
|Prices exclude: course books,certification costs,personal traveling costs,course food and course accommodation.|
( Vers. 1.3. ) Click-on '+' to see Syllabus.
Health & Safety - First Aid Actions. Safety Machinery, Tools, Electricity & Equipment and Usage. Machinery, Tools, Electricity & Engineering Do’s and Don’ts. Chemical, Oil and Fuel awareness and handling. Cleanliness. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Scope of the course, what is covered. Correct use of tools, hand tools and how to use them. History & development of marine power and systems. Risk and Risk Assessments. Diesel Engine Maintenance and Repair. Philosophy. Auxiliary Equipment. What it is. Principles of Generators.
HSE - Fire prevention precautions & systems in engine compartment. Importance of cleaning. Sump checks. Secure stowage of loose items. Checking for leaks; oil, hydraulic & water.
Working Principles of Diesel Engines - 2 stroke & 4-stroke cycles.
Diesel static parts. Moving parts. Engine combustion. Diesel Engine Construction. Diesel installations.
Cooling System. Fuel Systems. Air related systems. Lubrication systems. Auxiliary systems. Electrical Systems.
Basic types of power transmission to; propeller(s), jets, arneson surface drive, IPS. Propeller types, fixed pitch, variable pitch types. Sail Drives, Z-drives & IPS-essential servicing awareness. Gear Boxes, types, principles, operations, controls (cable/hydraulic). Clutches, operation, types, control. Stern Tubes, bearings, sealing, stuffing boxes and drip-less seals. Shafts, seals & bearings. Gearboxes and clutches. Types of gearboxes and theory of operation. Gear box control systems cable. Gear box control systems electronic
Cooling system description and function. Heat Exchangers & Cooling Systems - Small Marine Diesel. Cooling - Raw water (Sea) cooling, corrosion, prevention. Cooling - Fresh water, anodes, corrosion inhibitors, heat exchangers Cooling - water pumps, impellers, centrifugal. Piston. Raw water (Sea) cooling, corrosion, prevention Temperature control, issues, awareness Cooling water system types / circuits.
Fuel Types diesel and petrol - characteristics. Fuel contamination & precautions against. Fuel Oils and Preparation. Fuel Injection Systems & governors. Fuel leakages; identify & secure. Fuel tanks filling; monitoring, isolation, sealing, fuel lines, quantity determination. Fuel filters; pre-filter, water separator and paper element filters. Fuel injection pumps. Common rail systems. Fuel system safety Fuel management and reserve maintenance Bleeding fuel systems.
Turbochargers; theory of operation Inlet manifold; operation, impact of dirty air. Exhaust systems; wet & dry types, checks, maintenance, corrosion.
Function of Lube system, friction, heat, contaminate transfer. Lube oil route through diesel and petrol engines, and the importance of oil level maintenance. Cleanliness of oil and contaminate
Steering systems -types of, system torque, maintenance of. Pumps - working principles, construction and their applications. Pumps - servicing and maintenance.
Construction, primary components of engine & alternator. Operations, maintenance, general Servicing 2cyl & 4 cyl types. Inspection, safety practises. Ratings / Performance outputs.
Role of electricity onboard vessels. Electricity - AC/DC Voltage, Resistance, Power Output, Cycle. Basic Electrical Theory and Practicses.
Starter motors; principles. power requirements. Alternator operation, checks, maintenance. Electrical - engine shut down arrangements Instrumentation overview - Basic Electrical Distribution, yachts (sail/power), work boats. Inverters 240VAC to 12/24 DCV. Preventative maintenance of electrical systems.
Batteries, Types, Construction, Performance, Safe operation & Handling, Risks Battery rating, rating types, load determination Battery discharge, charge performance for differing types Maintaining battery health. Battery Hazards, Batteries - maintenance, safety & hazards; mechanical, chemical, fire, electrical, Battery charging inverters and management systems; alternator, generator, shore power, solar panel, hydro-drives, wind turbines.
Types; electrical, hydraulic. Installations; tunnel, telescopic/drop down. Power requirements, Safety considerations, Cable ratings, Maintenance.
Description and characteristics of LPG, and the environmental impact. Basic installation on small vessels & safety features. Detection Systems gases/substances.
Types of extinguishing media. CO2, Hi Fog, AFFF etc. Fire Alarm Systems Types & its Sensors for; fire, gas & smoke detection.
Overview of propulsion units found on tenders, and the operating of. Working Principles of Petrol/Gas Spark ignition Engines - 2/4 stroke. Fuel requirements and Fuel Storage Requirements. Safety Checks. Servicing and basic maintenance requirements..
Mechanical components and electrical operation of: Winches, Capstands & Windlasses. Overview, operation, servicing, safety issues and factors. Mechanical anchoring components.
Digital Systems & Interfacing Interfacing -SeaTalk & NMEA communications Systems. USB/Wifi/Internet/Media Basics.
Logic Diagrams -basic elements. Measuring Tension 240AC & 12V/24V DC: Voltage, Resistance & Continuity. Electric Motor testing.
Basic hydraulic systems, their components and applications. Pressure release valve & actuator posts. System re-filling & bleed.
Introduction into practical safe lifting of large components & equipment on a small vessel.
Definitions - WHO Water types Guidelines for drinking water quality Bottled water & Ice Simple fresh water system & their components. Sanitizing potable water (Chlorine dosing).
Small vessel sewerage set-ups. Manual & Electric WC -operation, servicing and maintenance of. Black water Tanks & pump units. MARPOL- discharge of sewerage.
Principles of operation.
Multimeters & electrical measuring instruments. Soldering small electrical wires and electrical connections. Types, identification and their application of; nuts, bolts, washer, split pins, gaskets & o-rings. Safe usage of hand-tools - manual, electrical, compressed air. Grinders; safe usage of, types of discs. Multi-Tools. Taps & Dies; types & correct usage. Techniques of cutting wire rope and rigging.
Through hull penetrations, description and usage. Stop-cock and valve types, and maintenance & replacement of. Sea-chest. Bilge compartments & holding drainage trays & box units.