Established in 2012, NAUTILUS PACIFIC MARITIME TRAINING CENTER INC was conceived to provide and deliver quality training for the Filipino seafarers.
State of the art TRANSAS Engine Simulator fully integrated with TRANSAS Bridge Simulator 5000NT PRO
NPMTCI firmly believes in value formation of a world class seafarer though high standards of training and education.
Reflective of its pioneering and innovative spirit, NPMTCI distinguished itself among the most trusted maritime training center in the country being the first to offer training program using the most advance Engine Simulator available in the market today
State of the art TRANSAS Liquid Simulator fully integrated with TRANSAS Bridge and Engine Simulator

Virtual Class Synchronous Online Training Courses

By using "MOODLE" e-Learning platform and "MICROSOFT TEAMS" as a unified communication and collaboration platform for video meetings and chats we are able to provide a number of virtual class synchronous online training courses for your crew. For information and prices please call us.

No. Code Course Abbr.
1 SW001 Advanced Training for Ships Operating in the Polar Waters ATSOPW
2 IH001 Accident/Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis AIRCA
3 IH003 Ballast Water Management Convention Familiarization Convention 2004 BWM
4 IH005 Basic Training for Ships Operating in the Polar Waters BTSOPW
5 IH010 Bilge Waste Oil Management BWO
6 IH011 Bridge Resource Management BRM
7 IH012 Bridge Team Management BTM
8 IH017 Coal Cargo Handling CCH
9 IH021 Dangerous Hazardous and Harmful Cargoes DHHC
10 IH022 Digital Nautical Publication Course ADP
11 IH026 Energy Conservation and Slow Steaming ECSS
12 IH027 Engine Resource Management ERM
13 IH028 Engine Room Simulator ERS
14 IH030 Engine Room Simulator with Engine Resource Management ERSERM
15 IH035 Gas Measurement and Tank Atmosphere Evaluation GMTAE
16 IH036 Grain Cargo Care & Handling GCCH
17 IH037 Hazardous Material Training Course (In compliance w/ US DOT Regulations) CFR
18 IH039 IMO Global Sulphur Cap IGSC
19 IH042 International Safety Management Code ISM
20 IH043 International Standard Organization ISO 9001-2015  ISO
21 IH045 Management of Change MC
22 IH046 Management of Change and Maritime Leadership MCML
23 IH047 Marine Environment Protection Legislation VGP ISO 14001 MEP
24 IH050 Marine Pollution Prevention MPP
25 IH052 Marine Risk Assessment MRA
26 IH053 Maritime Cyber Security Awareness Course MCSAC
27 IH054 Maritime Labor Convention 2006 MLC
28 IH055 Maritime Leadership ML
29 IH056 Maritime Leadership & Teamwork 1.39 MLT
30 IH078 Maritime Leadership Teamwork and Cultural Diversity MLTCD
31 IH059 Oil Record Book Familiarization Course Part 1 ORB1
32 IH060 Oil Record Book Familiarization Course Part 2 ORB2
33 IH062 Port State Control Inspection Course PSCI
34 IH063 Prevention on Illegal Discharge at Sea PIDAS
35 IH065 Resilience Training RT
36 IH067 Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan SEEMP
37 IH069 Ship Inspection Report (SIRE) Program SIRE
38 IH072 Shipboard Safety Officer Course SSOC
39 IH075 The Operational Use of Electronic Chart Display and Information System (2012 Edition) ECD
40 IH076 Vetting Inspections Safety for Oil Tanker Safety Chemical Tanker VEI
41 IH077 Volatile Organic Compounds VOC
42 IH078 Voyage Planning VOP
43 IH079 Voyage Planning with Chart Correction VPC
44 ME001 MAN-ME Basic Operation Course MMBOC
45 ME002 MAN-ME General Familiarization Course MMGFC
46 RC005 Engine Resource Management Refresher ERMR
47 RC006 Engine Room Simulator Course Refresher ERSR
48 RC007 Engine Room Simulator with Engine Resource Management Refresher ERSERMR

Electronically Controlled Engine Training






















ME General Familiarization Course

Scope
ME General Familiarization Course is a Two-day introductory course which focuses on the newest technological changes/ innovation made on main propulsion onboard ships. The course evolves/ focuses on the history of the Electronic Engine which is the current trend and demand in the shipping industry. Transition from MC (Conventional Engines) to ME (Electronic Engine) is the core part of this training course.
 
The trainees will have the opportunity to learn about the newest technological components and design, as well as the breakthrough advantages of Electronic Engines compared to the Conventional Engines.
 
This training course is in line with the Attachment 2 to the Final Act of the Conference Resolution 2 of the STCW Code as amended.
 
This Course comprises of nine and half (11.5) instructional hours and six and half (4.5) practical hours. The instructional hours are intended for Lecture Phase and the practical hours are intended for walk through and identification of Electronic Engine Components.
 
Training Outcomes  
At the end of the training course the participants will be able to:
  • Describe the history of the Electronic Engine;
  • Differentiate a conventional 2-stroke engine from an electronic control 2-stroke engine; (Difference of MC to ME Engines)
  • Explain the new Technology and Designs fitted on an Electronic Engine for Safe and Efficient operation; (Retrofits on New Electronic Engine)
  • List the advantages of an Electronic Engine in comparison to the Conventional Engine;
  • Describe the main components, mechanical, hydraulic-pneumatic, of electronic engine control;
    • EICU (Engine Interface Control Unit
    • ECU (Engine Control Unit)
    • CCU (Cylinder Control Unit)
    • ACU (Auxiliary Control Unit)
    • HCU (Hydraulic Cylinder Unit)
    • HPS (Hydraulic Power Supply)
    • FIVA (Fuel Injection and Exhaust Valve Actuation Unit)
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the design and function of each main component;
  • Understand normal operating procedure, monitoring system and safety system;
  • Understand the Maneuvering and Remote Control System of an Electronic Engine;
  • Describe the Procedures to be done during vessel’s maneuvering and sea passage on an Electronic Engine.
 
Entry Standards
This course is intended to all participants listed as per below:
 
3rd ENGINEER
(First Time ME Engine – No ME Training)
 
3rd ENGINEER
(Experience ME Engine – No ME Training)
 
4th ENGINEER
(First Time ME Engine – No ME Training)
 
4th ENGINEER
(Experience ME Engine – No ME Training)
ETO / Electrician
(First Time ME Engine – No ME Training)
 
ETO / Electrician
(Experience ME Engine – No ME Training)
 
Engine Cadets
 
Engine Ratings (Motorman, Oilers, Wipers)
 
Engine Ratings (Fitters)
 
Superintendents
(First Time ME Engine – No ME Training)
 
Superintendents
(Experience ME Engine – No ME Training)
 
 

Course Certificate         
  • Certificate of completion from NAUTILUS PACIFIC MARITIME TRAINING CENTER INC.
   
Course Intake Limitation
           The number of trainees shall not exceed twelve (12) and not be less than two (2) trainees per class.
 
Staff Requirements 
Instructor
 The instructor for this course shall have the following qualifications: 
  1. Qualified for the task for which training is being conducted by showing proof of the following:
  • COC as Chief Engineer/2nd Engineer
  • Proof of having performed as a Management level officer onboard ship of not less than six (6) months with ME Engines.
  • Certificate of completion on approved Training Course for Instructors (IMO Model Course 6.09)
 
Assessor
The assigned assessor for this course shall have the following qualifications:
  1. Qualified for the task for which training is being conducted by showing proof of the following:
  • COC as Chief Engineer/2nd Engineer
  • Proof of having performed as a Management level officer onboard ship of not less than six (6) months with ME Engines.
  • Certificate of completion on approved Training course for Assessment, Examination and Certification of Seafarers (IMO Model Course 3.12).
 
Assessment 
During the Course, NPMTCI shall keep all records and the instructor shall sign any necessary forms, logs etc, in accordance with the requirements of the course.
 
At the end of the course, a written examination (Set A) shall be administered in order to measure the acquired knowledge of the trainees. In case of successful completion of the assessment exam at least 70% correct answers to get the passing remark and a certificate of completion shall be issued to the trainee but when the trainee failed the first assessment, the trainee will undergo another written assessment exam (Set B) on which the passing grade will be at least 70% of the correct answers for written assessment (Set B).
 
In the event that the trainee fails the two assessment exams, the trainees will be required to attend remedial instruction of which module he failed.
  
Teaching Facilities and Equipment
  • Due to the Existing Limitations of General Community Quarantine a Video Conference Platform will be utilized.
  • Classroom (will be utilized after lifting of restrictions) with a size suitable to accommodate the number of trainees
  • MAN ME Electronic Engine Simulator (MOP Simulator)
 Location
  • 3rd Floor ZEN Tower 111 1 Natividad A. Lopez Street, Ermita Manila City
 Teaching Aids (A)
  1. Desktop/Laptop computer
  2. LCD/Multimedia projector for PC-based presentation
  3. MAN ME Electronic Engine Simulator (MOP Simulator)
References (R)
  1. MITSUI Engine Operating Manual/ Handbook
  2. Main Engine Operating Manual (MAN ME-B/ MAN ME-C)
  3. STCW 2010
 

ME Basic Operation Course

Scope
ME Basic Operation Course is a 3-day course which focuses in detail the Safe and Efficient Operation of the electronic engine main propulsion onboard ships.

This course covers a detailed analysis that enables the operators/ trainees to know the design features, operating principles and proper functions of the different components of the electronic engine. The course also includes in detail the proper/ efficient operation of MOP (Main Operating Panel).
 
 An in depth analysis and applications of action plans and contingency in normal operations and in case of an emergency due to main propulsion problems are discussed and covered by this course.
 
This training course is in line with the Attachment 2 to the Final Act of the Conference Resolution 2 of the STCW Code as amended.
 
This Course requires nineteen and half (19.5) instructional hours and four and half (4.5) practical hours. The instructional hours are intended for classroom instruction and the practical hours are intended for the use of MOP simulator and laboratory exercises.

Training Outcomes  
At the end of the training course participants will be able to:
  • Have a thorough understanding of the:
    • Engine Control System (ECS);
    • Engine Telegraph System (ETS);
    • Engine Protecting System (EPS);
    • Electronic Engine Parts – HCU (Hydraulic Cylinder Unit) Principles and Operating Function;
    • Electronic Engine Parts – HPS (Hydraulic Power Supply) Principles and Operating Function;
    • Electronic Engine Parts – Engine Driven Pumps Principles and Operating Function
    • FIVA (Fuel Injection and Exhaust Valve Actuation) – Principles and Operating Function
    • Fuel Injection System and Exhaust System;
    • Alpha Lubricator System
    • MOP (Main Operating Panel) Operations
    • Operating principles of Tacho System
    • Performance and Cylinder Power Balancing (Engine Tuning Procedure and Process)
  • Demonstrate Adjustment of Pmax, Pcomp and Pi (PMI offline/PMI online)
  • Explain the safe work practices on normal operation
  • Understand practical alarms and troubleshooting
Entry Standards  
This course is intended to all participants listed as per table below:
 
CHIEF ENGINEER
(First Time ME Engine – No ME Training)
CHIEF ENGINEER
(Experience ME Engine – No ME Training)
2nd ENGINEER
(First Time ME Engine – No ME Training)
2nd ENGINEER
( Experience ME Engine – No ME Training)
3rd ENGINEER
(First Time ME Engine – No ME Training)
 
3rd ENGINEER
(Experience ME Engine – No ME Training)
 
4th ENGINEER
(First Time ME Engine – No ME Training)
 
4th ENGINEER
(Experience ME Engine – No ME Training)
ETO / Electrician
(First Time ME Engine – No ME Training)
 
ETO / Electrician
(Experience ME Engine – No ME Training)
 
Engine Cadets
 
Superintendents
(First Time ME Engine – No ME Training)
 
Superintendents
(Experience ME Engine – No ME Training)
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
Course Certificate         
  • Certificate of completion from NAUTILUS PACIFIC MARITIME TRAINING CENTER INC.
 
Course Intake Limitation 
          The number of trainees shall not exceed Twelve (12) and not be less than two (2) trainees per class.

Staff Requirements 
Instructor
 
The instructor for this course shall have the following qualifications:
 
  1. Be qualified for the task for which training is being conducted by showing proof of the following:
  • COC as Chief Engineer/2nd Engineer
  • Proof of having performed as a Management level officer onboard ship of not less than six (6) months with ME Engines.
  • Certificate of completion on approved Training Course for Instructors (IMO Model Course 6.09)
 
Assessor
 
The assigned assessor for this course shall have the following qualifications:
 
  1. Be qualified for the task for which training is being conducted by showing proof of the following:
  • COC as Chief Engineer/2nd Engineer
  • Proof of having performed as a Management level officer onboard ship of not less than six (6) months with ME Engines.
  • Certificate of completion on approved Training course for Assessment, Examination and Certification of Seafarers (IMO Model Course 3.12).
 
 
 Assessment 
During the Course, NPMTCI shall keep all records and the instructor shall sign any necessary forms, logs etc, in accordance with the requirements of the course.
 
At the end of the course, a written examination (Set A) shall be administered in order to measure the acquired knowledge of the trainees. In case of successful completion of the assessment exam at least 70% correct answers to get the passing remark and a certificate of completion shall be issued to the trainee but when the trainee failed the first assessment, the trainee will undergo another written assessment exam (Set B) on which the passing grade will be at least 70% of the correct answers for written assessment (Set B).
 
In the event that the trainee fails the two assessment exams, the trainees will be required to attend remedial instruction of which module he failed.
 
 
Teaching Facilities and Equipment 
  • Due to the Existing Limitations of General Community Quarantine a Video Conference Platform will be utilized.
  • Classroom (will be utilized after lifting of restrictions) with a size suitable to accommodate the number of trainees
  • MAN ME Electronic Engine Simulator (MOP Simulator) 
Location
  • 3rd Floor ZEN Tower 111 1 Natividad A. Lopez Street, Ermita Manila City
 
Teaching Aids (A)
A1 Desktop/Laptop computer
A2 LCD/Multimedia projector for PC-based presentation
A3 MAN ME Electronic Engine Simulator (MOP Simulator) 

References (R)
R1 MITSUI Engine Operating Manual/ Handbook
R2 Main Engine Operating Manual (MAN ME-B/ MAN ME-C)
R3 STCW 2010