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EMTI Courses - ETO


Electro Technical Officer (ETO) Course

The following provides a general summary of the curriculum for the Maritime Academy’s ETO Course, which is comprised of a Theory Section, a Practical Section and an IMO mandated component. The curriculum for the ETO Course Program fully complies with the IMO’s Manila Amendments to the Seafarers’ Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW) Code 2010.

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  • Function 1: Electrical, electronic and control engineering at the operational level

    • Monitor the operation of automatic control systems of propulsion & auxiliary machinery

  • Function 2: Maintenance and repair at the operational level

    • Operate Generators and Distribution Systems

    • Operate and maintain power systems in excess of 1,000 volts

  • Function 3: Controlling the operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the operational level

    • Operate Computers & Computer Networks on Ships

    • Maintain & repair Bridge Navigation Equipment & ships communication systems

    • Maintain & repair electrical, electronic & control systems of Deck machinery & Cargo Handling equipment

  • Function 4: Instrumentation & Automation

    • Monitor the operation of Electrical, Electronic & Control Systems

    • Maintain & repair of Automation & Control system of Main Propulsion & Auxiliary machinery

  • Function 5: Practical Workshops & Labs

    • Maintenance & repair of electrical & electronic equipment

  • IMO Mandated Course Section

    • Use English in written & oral form

    • Application of leadership & team working skills

    • Ensure compliance with pollution prevention requirements

    • Prevent, control & fight fire on board

    • Personal safety and social responsibility

    • Proficiency and survival at sea

    • Medical and first aid

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