The learner will meet the three outcomes of the course:-
Outcome 1: The learner can manage high voltage operations on board a ship.
Outcome 2: The learner understands the high voltage system and the maintenance of distribution capability.
Outcome 3: The learner can identify faults within a high voltage system and reconfigure the system to maintain supply
• Basic knowledge of electrical knowledge.
• Prior Electrical or Electro-technical experience in a Shipboard environment.
• Completed 12 months seatime as EOOW.
• or part of an initial Electro-technical training programme.
• Understanding of the functional, operational and safety requirements for Marine High Voltage System.
• Assistance to suitable qualified personnel in carrying out maintenance and repair of HV Switchgear.
• Understand the concept of PTW & SFT and trainees are expected to show this understanding during practical.
• Remedial action necessary to rectify a HV System fault.
• Switching strategy for isolating Marine HV components.
• Selection of suitable equipment for isolation and testing Marine HV equipment.
• Switching and isolation procedure on a Marine HV System, complete with Safety documentation.
• Performance of insulation resistance and polarisation index test on Marine HV equipment.
• Performance of Hi-pot test on Marine HV equipment and thermal imaging.