STCW High Voltage Training A-III/2 (Management Level)

5 days

9AM - 5PM


Course Overview

This Maritime & Coastguard Agency approved course gives seafarers who are responsible for the safe control and management of high voltage (HV) power systems, the essential education and training in HV installations to meet the knowledge, understanding and proficiency requirements as set out in STCW 2010 Table A-III/2 for electrical, electronic and control engineering at the management level.

Course Content

  • HSE and Electricity at Work Regulations
  • Testing of HV Systems
  • Risk Assessment
  • Fault Finding on HV / LV Systems
  • Competency Levels
  • Live Working Practices
  • Properties of Earth Faults
  • Reasons for Protection Systems
  • Dangers of contact with electricity
  • Requirements for Relay
  • Co-ordination/Discrimination
  • Switching Plans
  • Permit to Work Requirements
  • Faults and Fault Levels
  • HV/LV Distribution Systems and Protection
  • Protection Components
  • HV Breakers and Control Systems
  • Voltage & Current Transformers
  • LV Starters and Control Systems
  • HRC Fuses
  • Electro-mechanical Relays
  • Typical Networks
  • Earth Point and Neutral Distribution
  • Electronic & Microprocessor Relays
  • Generator Synchronisation
  • Equipment Protection for Generators, Transformers & Motors
  • HV Earthing Provisions
  • Practical Switching Assessment
  • Written Assessments

Target Audience

Suitable for Chief Engineer Officers, Officers, Second Engineers, Engineer Surveyors, Marine Superintendents, serving Marine Electricians and ETO’s who require certification in line with the obligations of the 2010 Manila Amendments to the STCW Code.

Date Time Cost Availability
12th - 16th July 2021 9.00am - 5.00pm £1080.00 + VAT N
6th - 10th September 2021 9.00am - 5.00pm £1080.00 + VAT N
1st - 5th November 2021 9.00am - 5.00pm £1080.00 + VAT Y
Further dates available on request 9.00am - 5.00pm £1080.00 + VAT Y
Additional Information:

Blackburn Industrial Estate

Aberdeen, UK

AB21 0RX

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Duration 5 days
Lunch Included
Min/Max delegates 4/8
Special requirements

1. Prior experience in a shipboard environment or

2. 12 months sea time as EOOW or

3. Part of an initial training programme

Certification A certificate of training will be provided
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