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 MAN ME-C ENGINE - TROUBLESHOOTING

 MAN ME-C ENGINE - TROUBLESHOOTING

Target Audience

This course is aimed increasing knowledge and practical application of skills of engineers involved in trouble shooting MAN ME-Control Systems. This is a simulator-based course covering  MAN ME-C engine operation, fault finding and problem solving. 

Course Content

On successful completion of this course, delegates will be able to: 

  • Understand the principles and working of MAN ME-C engines and be able to operate and maintain them effectively
  • Have a knowledge of MAN ME-C engine fault finding methods, subsequent diagnosis and recommended rectification procedures
  • Understand the working of Hydraulic Control Units (HCU), Hydraulic Power Supply (HPS), and Tacho systems utilising correcttools and service procedures
  • Gain a sound knowledge on ME-C engines and their components
Entry Standards

Experience in operating marine engines. Engine Officers including Electrical Officers or ETO joining ships with MAN ME-C typeengines and Technical Superintendents.

Facilities

Classroom, MAN ME-C engine simulator, videos 

Teaching Method

Classroom lectures, simulated exercises and fault finding problems 

Guidelines

MAN ME-C manufacturer’s operating manuals

Course Duration

3 days.

Assessment

Written test, practical evaluation and assessments.

Certification

Attendance certificate on completion of evaluation and exams.

Venue

This course is regularly offered by our MTCs, and may be available online, please contact your regional Maritime Training Centre (MTC) or for BSM employees kindly contact your local Crew Service Centre (CSC) for the next available course.