Simulators

1. Navigator Bridge Trainer

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Type: Visual Bridge Simulator

Description:​ TRANSA NTPro 5000 NS 4000+Visual 6000

The Preparatory Program is recognized by the Agency for Maritime Transport and provides for the preparation of seafarers for the preparatory courses of the International Maritime Model Course 1.22 and 1.39 "Bridge Management, Team Management and Management Skills".

The course is designed in accordance with the changes to guidelines A-VIII/2, paragraphs A-II / 1, A-II / 2, B-VIII / 2 and the STP, as amended by the STP to the International Convention - "Sailors for Training, Diploma and Dryness", rule A-II / 1. According to the International Regulations for the Prevention of Navigation A-II/2 and Sea (COLREG).

This course is taught by the seamen in charge of the ship's operations. They are responsible for the ship's bridge command, ship's navigation and navigation on the captain's bridge.

The course includes the study of personnel care during operations and working sessions; knowledge, skills and understanding of leadership and teamwork at both the operational and managerial levels.

The course provides both practical and theoretical training in the preparation of the relevant curriculum. Each practical exercise precedes the lecture and group discussion of this lecture, which is followed by a practical part.

Duration of the course: 44 hours.

2. Radial sailing, radio cocoque and simulator for the use of automatic radical systems​

Description:​ TRANSA NTPro 5000 NS 4000+Visual 6000

The Preparatory Programme is recognized by the Maritime Transport Agency and provides for the training of cruise ship officers on the model of International Maritime Organization 1.07 in accordance with the following provisions "Radio Scale Navigation, Radio Caching and Automatic Radical Systems.

The NAE code table is based on the requirements of document A-II / 1 adopted by the International Convention on Standards for Seafarers' Training, Diploma and Certification (STPWP, as amended). It is also based on training in radical surveillance, training and the use of automated radical equipment. Part of the CCER Code B-I / 12.

The training course expands and provides training of shipbuilding officers in the shipping fleet on the basic theory of radar use in accordance with IMO-482 (XII) and 483 (XII) 1981 in accordance with mandatory requirements.

The training course includes both theoretical and practical training, which can be carried out on a ship and on the ground floor / simulator / trainer.

Duration of the course: 66.5 hours

3. Simulator for the use of electronic mapping devices and information systems (ECM)

      

  

Description:​ TRANSA NTPro 5000 NS 4000+Visual 6000

The training programme has been recognized by the Maritime Transport Agency and includes the preparation of a model of International Maritime Organization seafarers 1.27 for the course "Use of electronic mapping equipment and information systems".

The training course is extended to seafarers in command who are responsible for route planning and management using electronic mapping equipment and information systems (ECDIS) and basic navigation functions.

The course has been developed in accordance with the requirements of the 2010 Guidance on the basis of the requirements of the International Convention on Seafarers' Education, Diploma and Training (STCW), amendments to ECDIS and contains Table A-II / 1, A-II / 2 and A-II / 3, as well as revised ECDIS guidelines in accordance with the requirements of the BI (paragraphs 36-66),Questions on the study and assessment of ECDIS operational applications (ECDIS) and Table B-II, which specify the requirements for navigation and competence requirements.

This is a basic course that requires the acquisition of structural and additional ECDIS (ECDIS) specifications, specially developed by the shipper's employee.

Duration of the course: 40 hours.

4. Marine global union and security system simulator

 

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Description:  TGS-5000V.8.5

The Preparatory Programme is recognized by the Maritime Transport Agency and provides for the training of seafarers by the International Convention STCW, amendments to Section IV/2 and Model Course of the International Maritime Organization 1.25 in accordance with the "General Operator of the Global Maritime Union and Security System".

The course covers resolution 703 (17) of the Assembly of the International Maritime Organization with recommendations on the recommendation of the general operator for the training of a radio operator.

The training course is conducted by seafarers who have been shipwrecked and who will study the process of working with the general operator and the maritime safety system.

The training course includes both theoretical and practical training cycles, which can be carried out both on board the vessel and on the landing site.

The course consists of 2 modules: the first module is 108 hours and is designed for first-time seafarers; the second module consists of 34 hours and is a refresher course for seafarers who already have a continuous link to the global marine system operator and need to be updated.

Practical training sessions are held at BUSS Ltd, a marine and global marine system simulator.

Course duration: 108 hours for the first time; Retrain - 34 hours.

5. The coach on the ground to fight the fire

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The preparatory program is recognized by LEPL Transport Agency and includes training of seafarers during the training "Training on fire fighting ground".

The course is based on the International Convention on Standards of Training, Diplomas and Suspension of Seafarers (ISPS), amendments to paragraph 2 of Part A-VI / 1 and Table A-VI / 1-2;

The course is intended for all seafarers without special educational requirements. Every seafarer should complete this course before going to the golf course;

The course provides both theoretical and practical training in the Busss Anri area on a ground-based fighter simulator (real ship model).

Course duration: 9 hours

6. Cargo and air operations control simulator

Description: Version 1.70 PC Tank Cargo and Ballast Handling -The software complex of the simulator of cargo and blanket operations.

The preparatory program is recognized by the Maritime Transport Agency and includes seafarers' training managers who are involved in cargo operations: loading/unloading processes, the use of inert gas, washing crude oil tanks, tanks and cleaning operations and sabalasto which they have undergone as cargo operations training course management.

The course is designed in accordance with Module 2.06 of the International Maritime Model "Management of Cargo and Seedlings Operations" and the Rules of the International Convention on Certification and Design of Seafarers, Changes (STCW) V / 1, Part 1, 2, A-I / 12 B-V / 1 2, IMO Resolution A.868 in accordance with the requirements.

The training course mainly covers practical exercises with the preparation of the corresponding curriculum. Each practical exercise precedes the lecture side and group discussion of the lecture, in parallel with which the practical part is carried out.

Duration of the course: 30 hours

7. Engine section simulator

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Description: Simulator „MEDIUM SPEED ENGINE ROOM SIMULATOR“ MER/MEC2

The training programme is recognized by the Maritime Transport Agency and includes the training of shipbuilders in International Maritime Organization training courses (IMO Model Courses 2.07 and 1.39), including "Resource Management, Team Management and Management Skills".

The course is designed in accordance with the amendments to the International Convention - STCW "Seafarers' Training, Diplomas and Venture Capital Business", Amendments, AI / 12, Part A-III / 1, A-VIII / 2 and B-VIII / 2, as well as the STCW Guidelines, Rule A-III. / 1, A-III / 2, A-III / 6 compliance.

This course covers the sailors of the ship's commanders, who are engaged in their activities by means of the ship's equipment and the corresponding simulator.

The course includes knowledge, skills and abilities in personnel management, leadership and teamwork in the field of technology, as well as at the performance (operational) and management (management) levels.

The training course provides both practical and theoretical training with appropriate cinematological superiority. Each practical exercise precedes the lecture and group discussion of the lecture, which is accompanied by the cancer part.

Course duration: 50 hours

8. Rescue boats, lifeguards, lifeguards, speedboats for the next courses:

  • Management of collective rescue equipment and rescue boats, except for high-speed rescue boats
  • Drive high-speed rescue boats
  • Private methods of preservation

Preparation programs are recognized by LEPL Transport Agency

9. Wall Wash Test

A special training course is used for "tanker cargo operations".

The Preparatory Programme is recognized by the Agency for Maritime Transport and is intended for captains, senior mechanical engineers, senior assistants, second mechanical engineers and all persons who will have special obligations related to cargo or trucks. W, shipping and recycling).

The course has been prepared in accordance with Rule V / 1-1 of the STCW International Convention, Part A of the International Code A-V / 1-1, Table A-V / 1-1-3.

The training course provides both theoretical and practical training using the Wall Wash Test.

Duration of the course: 60 hours

10. Medical simulators and installations

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  • Medical ship's box (without any medication);
  • Ship's pharmacy equipment stand;
  • Dummy for artificial respiration;
  • Dummy, for studying the organs of the human body;
  • stretcher

The following courses are required:

  • Elementary primary care
  • First aid.
  • Medical service

11. Swimming pool, a 6-seat salon used to prepare Personal Rescue M