Cadets undergo an initial academic year, inclusive of four terms that forms the foundation for the Sea Service phase. The Engine programme provides the theory and practical skills necessary to ensure the safety, performance and efficiency of the vessel’s machinery.Cadets are trained to maintain the mechanical and electrical operations, develop procedures to troubleshoot problems efficiently and prepare robust maintenance schedules. In addition to the technical training, cadets are equipped with knowledge and skills in handling distress communications, fire fighting, survival techniques and first aid.
|Phase 1||Pre-Sea Training||10 Months|
|Phase 2 – Placement of Cadets through a Manning Agency||Sea Service (Local & International berths)||12 Months|
|Phase 3||Post Sea Training||9 Months|
|Certification||BMA Review & Examination||1 Month|
|Graduation||Employment in the Maritime Sector|