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M100 Dynamic Positioning (DP) & Automation Maintenance

Course Description

This course covers the Dynamic Positioning and Automation systems in place on offshore vessels, with an emphasis on maintenance diagnostics and fault-finding procedures, to suit the needs of technical and maintenance staff.
The DP-TAMS option covers the DP and Automation systems as relevant to vessels with Thruster-Assisted-Mooring Systems (DP-TAMS).

 
Learning Outcomes
To gain an insight into the workings of the Dynamic Positioning control and Automation systems for a specified vessel; to aid staff in fault diagnosis and general maintenance of the system. The primary aim of all courses is to improve the safety and reliability of DP operations, through the increased knowledge and competence of key DP personnel.
 
Prerequisites
General electrical background, basic computer skills. Staff attending should be familiar with vessel operational procedures
 
Participants
Maintainers of GE Power Conversion/Converteam's Dynamic Positioning systems (DP or DP-TAMS) and Integrated Automation System (IAS)/Automatic Vessel Control (AVC) systems; Vessel operating staff of such IAS/AVC systems; typically engineering and electrical staff, electro-technical officers (ETOs)
 
Annotation
  • This training is a combination of training M102 & M104 

  • This training is also available as M100T Dynamic Positioning  (Thruster-Assisted Mooring) and Automation Maintenance

Duration
3 days
 
Location
Macaé, Rugby
 
 
 

M101 Dynamic Positioning (DP) & Automation Operator Familiarization

Course Description
This course covers the Dynamic Positioning and Automation systems in place on offshore vessels, with an emphasis on operational aspects.
The Dynamic Positioning section provides familiarization training for operators using GE Dynamic Positioning systems. This includes how to carry out the various tasks required of a DPO using the GE system, with the external simulator used for visualization. Course focus in the "how" rather than the "when" or "why" of DP operation. 
The Automation (IAS/AVC) section provides familiarization for operators and engineers using the GE Automation system, looking at both general operational principles and diagnostics and fault-finding facilities.
The DP-TAMS option covers the DP and Automation systems as relevant to vessel with Thruster-Assisted Moorings Systems (DP-TAMS).
 
Learning Outcomes
To gain an insight into the operation and control functions of the Dynamic Positioning and Automation control systems for a specified vessel. The primary aim of all courses is to improve the safety and reliability of DP operations, through the increased knowledge and competence of key DP personnel.
 
Prerequisites
Staff attending should be familiar with DP principles and vessel operating procedures.
 
Participants
Operators of GE Power Conversion AMC-based Dynamic Positioning (DP or DP-TAMS) and Integrated Automation System (IAS)/Automatic Vessel Control (AVC) systems
 
Annotation
  • This training is a combination of training M103 & M104 
  • This training is also available as M101T Dynamic Positioning (Thruster-Assisted Mooring) and Automation Operator Familiarization
Duration
3 days
 
Location
Macaé, Rugby
 
 
 

M102 Dynamic Positioning (DP) Maintenance (Enhanced A/C-series)

Course Description
This course covers the Dynamic Positioning systems in place on offshore vessels, with an emphasis on maintenance diagnostics and fault-finding procedures, to suit the needs of technical and maintenance staff.
The DP-TAMS option covers the DP system as relevant to vessels with Thruster-Assisted Mooring Systems (DP-TAMS).
 
Learning Outcomes
To gain an insight into the workings of the Dynamic Positioning control systems for a specified vessel, to aid staff in fault diagnosis and general maintenance of the system. The primary aim of all courses is to improve the safety and reliability of DP operations, through the increased knowledge and competence of key DP personnel.
 
Prerequisites
General electrical background, basic computer skills. Staff attending should be familiar with vessel operational procedures.
 
Participants
Maintainers of GE Power Conversion AMC-based Dynamic Positioning (DP or DP-TAMS) systems; typically electro-technical officers (ETOs), engineering and electrical staff
 
Annotation
  • This training is expandable with M102A Dynamic Positioning Maintenance (A-series supplement) with an extra 0.5 day
  • This training is also available as M102T Dynamic Positioning (Thruster-Assisted Mooring) and Maintenance (Enhanced A/C-series)
Duration
2 days
 
Location
Macaé, Rugby
 
 
 

M103 Dynamic Positioning (DP) Operator Familiarization

Course Description
This course covers the Dynamic Positioning systems in place on offshore vessels, with an emphasis on operational aspects.
The course provides familiarization training for operators using GE Dynamic Positioning systems. This includes how to carry out the various tasks required of a DPO using the GE system, with the external simulator used for visualization. Courses focus on the "how" rather than the "when" or "why" of DP operation.
The DP-TAMS option covers the DP systems as relevant to vessels with Thruster Assisted Mooring Systems (DP-TAMS).
 
Learning Outcomes
To gain an insight into the operation and control functions of the Dynamic Positioning (DP or DP-TAMS) control systems for a specified vessel. The primary aim of all courses is to improve the safety and reliability of DP operations, through the increased knowledge and competence of key DP personnel.
 
Prerequisites
Staff attending should be familiar with DP principles and vessel operating procedures.
 
Participants
Operators of GE Power Conversion AMC-based Dynamic Positioning (DP or DP-TAMS) systems.
 
Annotation
  • This training is also available as M103T Dynamic Positioning (Thruster-Assisted Mooring) Operator Familiarization 
Duration
2 days
 
Location
Macaé, Rugby
 
 
 

M104 Automation Operator Familiarization and Maintenance

Course Description
This course covers the Automation systems in place on offshore vessels, with an emphasis on both the operational aspects and on diagnostics and fault-finding procedures, to suit the needs of operational, technical and maintenance staff. "Automation" incorporates power management (PMS), vessel management (VMS/VCS), ballast and cargo control systems etc. as defined by the individual project scope.
 
Learning Outcomes
To gain an insight into the operation and control functions of the Automation system for a specified vessel; to familiarize operators with all the functions of the system including the comprehensive diagnostic and fault-finding facilities; to aid staff in fault diagnosis and general maintenance of the system.
The primary aim of all courses is to improve the safety and reliability of DP operations, through the increased knowledge and competence of key DP personnel.
 
Prerequisites
General electrical background, basic computer skills. Staff attending should be familiar with vessel operational procedures
 
Participants
Vessel operating and maintenance staff of GE Power Conversion AMC-based Integrated Automation System (IAS)/ Automatic Vessel Control (AVC) systems; typically engineering and electrical staff, electro-technical officers (ETOs)
 
Duration
2 days
 
Location
Macaé, Rugby
 
 
 

M104E Power Systems Extension

Course Description
The Power Systems extension complements the M104 course, considering the integrated nature of the Power System on a vessel and the interactions between its constituent parts, and with the other systems on board. Operational, safety and fault-finding aspects are covered, as well as a consideration of the constraints and sometimes conflicting requirements influencing the design philosophy.
This is a one-day course. A more detailed insight into power systems is provided by M400 - Power Systems.
 
Learning Outcomes
To give an insight into the operation, functionality and basic design principles of offshore power systems to enable trainees to operate and maintain their systems safely and competently, and to undertake first line fault finding, so reducing downtime and improving safety.
 
Prerequisites
General electrical background. Staff attending should be familiar with vessel operational procedures, and have an understanding of the various items of equipment in use in a vessel power system (engines, generators, transformers, switchgear etc).
Attendees should ideally have previously completed the M104 Automation Operator Familiarization and Maintenance course.
 
Participants
Vessel operating and maintenance staff; Chief Engineers and other engineering staff, electro-technical officers (ETOs); shipyard electrical design staff and anyone with an interest in system design, maintenance, fault-finding and trouble-shooting, FMEA and system improvements. The course is not limited to GE equipment or systems and uses failure/incident case-studies from various systems to explain concepts and solutions.
 
Duration
1 day
 
Location
Macaé, Rugby
 
 
 

M105 Dynamic Positioning (DP) Operator Familiarization and Maintenance Overview

Course Description
This course provides familiarization training for operators using GE Dynamic Positioning (DP) systems. This includes how to carry out the various tasks required of a DPO using the GE system, with the external simulator used for visualization. Courses focus on the "how" rather than the "when" of "why" of DP operation.
The course also covers aspects related to maintenance and system diagnostics; it enables understanding of the control system, the procedures necessary for fault finding, and how to capture vessel data in order to maximize the effectiveness of support from GE.
 
Learning Outcomes
To gain an insight into the operation and control functions of the Dynamic Positioning control system for a specified vessel; to aid the operator in the operation of the system and the engineer in fault diagnosis and general maintenance of the system. 
The primary aim of all courses is to improve the safety and reliability of DP operations, through the increased knowledge and competence of key DP personnel.
 
Prerequisites
General electrical background, basic computer skills. Staff attending should be familiar with vessel operational procedures
 
Participants
Maintainers and operators of GE Power Conversion AMC-based Dynamic Positioning (DP or DP-TAMS) control system; typically engineering staff, electro-technical officers (ETOs), DPOs; technical superintendents and project engineers.
The course is especially relevant to operators who need to know more about the hardware and system architecture, and to technical staff who need to have a greater understanding of DP operation.
 
Annotation
  • This training is a combination of training M102 & M103 
  • This training is also available as M105T Dynamic Positioning (Thruster-Assisted Mooring) Operator Familiarization and maintenance overview
Duration
3 days
 
Location
Macaé, Rugby
 
 
 

M106 Dynamic Scenario/ Incident (non-NI)

Course Description
This course provides students the opportunity to practice handling specific situations associated with vessels and operations and to reflect on their performance. Generic or customer-specific Dynamic Positioning situations, scenarios and real Dynamic Positioning incidents are used to build on existing experience using our advanced DP system with highly experienced Dynamic Positioning Operator instructor.
Learning Outcomes
DP Operator will be better equipped with knowledge, skills and experience to react appropriately to non-routine situations and make sound judgments in complex circumstances. The primary aim of all courses is to improve the safety and reliability of DP operations through the increased knowledge and competence of key DP personnel.
 
Prerequisites
Staff attending should ideally be familiar with DP principles and vessel operating procedures.
 
Participants
Dynamic Positioning Operators
 
Duration
3 days
 
Location
Macaé
 
 
 

M107 Automation System Operation - Drilling Systems

Course Description
This course covers the Automation system in place on offshore drilling vessels, with a focus on the principles and operation of the Automatic Vessel Control (AVC), Power Management (PMS) and Drilling Drives systems.
 
Learning Outcomes
To gain an insight into the operation and control functions of the Automation system for a drilling vessel; to familiarize operators with all the functions of the system including the comprehensive diagnostic and fault-finding facilities; to improve the safety and reliability of drilling operations, through the increased knowledge and competence of key vessel personnel.
Prerequisites
Staff attending should ideally be familiar with vessel operating procedures.
 
Participants
Vessel engineers and electrical staff, electro-technical officers (ETOs), AVC/drilling operating staff
 
Duration
3 days
 
Location
Macaé
 
 
 

M110 Executive Overview - Dynamic Positioning and Automation Systems

Course Description
An overview course considering on the basic technical principles of Dynamic Positioning and Marine Automation systems, with a focus on the architecture and the hardware used to implement such systems.
The course can be combined with M111 Executive Overview (functions) to give a fuller understanding of the operational aspects of the system.
 
Learning Outcomes
To gain an overview of the technical principles of Dynamic Positioning (DP) and Vessel Automation.
 
Prerequisites
Staff attending should be familiar with vessel operational procedures
 
Participants
Vessel managers, superintendents, office-based staff, project staff.
 
Duration
1 day
 
Location
Macaé, Rugby
 
 
 

M111 Executive Overview - Dynamic Positioning and Automatic Vessel Control Functions

Course Description
An overview course considering the operational aspects of Dynamic Positioning and Marine Automation systems, with a focus on the functionality and operation of such systems.
The course can be combined with M110 Executive Overview (systems) to give a fuller understanding of the technical aspects of the system.
 
Learning Outcomes
To gain an overview of the technical principles of Dynamic Positioning (DP) and Vessel Automation.
 
Prerequisites
Staff attending should be familiar with vessel operational procedures
 
Participants
Vessel managers, superintendents, office-based staff, project staff.
 
Duration
1 day
 
Location
Macaé, Rugby
 
 
 

M112 Dynamic Positioning Executive Overview - Systems and Functions

Course Description
An overview course focusing on both the technical and operational aspects of Dynamic Positioning systems, including the hardware used and the functionality of such systems.
 
Learning Outcomes
To gain an overview of the technical and operational principles of Dynamic Positioning (DP).
 
Prerequisites
Staff attending should be familiar with vessel operational procedures.
 
Participants
Vessel managers, superintendents, office-based staff, project staff
 
Duration
1 day
 
Location
Macaé, Rugby
 
 
 

M400 Power Systems (Marine & Offshore)

Course Description
This course covers vessel power systems in use in the offshore industry - from the requirements of shipyards, owners, operators and classification societies, to the solutions in place for the power generation and distribution systems of offshore vessels - particularly vessels with Dynamic Positioning systems.
The whole range of equipment is covered, from engines, generators and other electrical equipment (LV or HV) to its control and automation. Trainees will develop an understanding of the reasons for equipment choice, settings, functionality and operation and - importantly - the interactions between different parts of the system and how this affects them.
 
Learning Outcomes
To gain an insight into the operation, functionality and design principles of offshore power systems to enable trainees to operate and maintain their systems safely and competently, and to undertake first line fault finding, so reducing downtime and improving safety.
 
Prerequisites
Electrical engineering background; staff attending should be familiar with vessel operational procedures
 
Participants
Onshore electrical support & engineering staff; vessel electrical & electronic staff; shipyard electrical design staff
 
Duration
4 days
 
Location
Macaé, Rugby
 
 
 

M410 Executive Overview - Power Systems

Course Description
An overview course focusing on the basic principles of vessel power systems in use in the offshore industry, the constraints and challenges involved in the design and operation of such systems, and the purpose and key features of the various components of these systems.
 
Learning Outcomes
To gain an overview of the principles of offshore power systems.
 
Prerequisites
Staff attending should be familiar with vessel operational procedures
 
Participants
Vessel managers, superintendents, office-based staff, project staff, electrical support and engineering staff
 
Duration
1 day
 
Location
Macaé, Rugby
 
 
 
M401 Dynamic Positioning Induction (Basic)
Course Description
DP Basic Induction is the first of two courses provided by the Nautical Institute in the Dynamic Positioning Training Scheme. It is a 28-hour, 4-day course, which focuses on the theoretical basis of Dynamic Positioning. DP Trainees are instructed in the elemental components of DP, and its myriad uses in the offshore environment. Practical exercises are conducted on GE C-Series Workstation, through which DP Trainees become familiar with the structure of Dynamic Positioning software, and the application thereof to differing operational and environmental constraints.
 
Learning Outcomes
Introduction and principles of operation, elements of DP systems, system operation and control modes, sensor inputs, thrusters and power generation, vessel capabilities, control console and displays, along with DP workstations practical exercises.
 
Prerequisites
Licensed Deck Officer or Deck Cadet
 
Participants
STCW- or Nationally-Licensed Deck Officer or Maritime Academy Cadet currently attending but not yet qualified for officer tests; Vessel Masters, Mates, Pilot Association members, Deck Cadets, DP Operators and other personnel associated with the day to day operation of DP systems
 
Duration
4 days
 
Location
Houston
 
 
 

M402 Dynamic Positioning Simulator (Advanced)

Course Description
DP Advanced Simulator is the second course in the DP Training Scheme by the Nautical Institute. It is a 28-hour, 4-day course, which focuses nearly entirely on the practical application of Dynamic Positioning utilizing GE Marine's Class A-Simulator. Through a series of simulator exercises, DP Trainees learn detailed operations planning, weather observation, power management stratagem, Blackout Recovery Methods, DP incident mitigation and many other skills necessary to being a valuable member of the Bridge Team. Exercise time spent entering the 500-meter zone is minimal; emphasis is placed on DP Operations.
 
Learning Outcomes
DP system and vessel safe operational procedures, system alarm messages, DP system setup, as well as power generation faults, failures and safe operation. The course includes DP system simulator exercises involving different vessels and types of operations.
 
Prerequisites
Licensed Deck Officer or Deck Cadet; completed DP induction
 
Participants
STCW- or Nationally-Licensed Deck Officer or Maritime Academy Cadet currently attending but not yet qualified for officer tests; Vessel Masters, Mates, Pilot Association members, Deck Cadets, DP Operators and other personnel associated with the day to day operation of DP systems
 
Duration
4 days
 
Location
Houston
 
 
 

M403 Dynamic Positioning Seatime Reduction

Course Description
DP Seatime Reduction is a 38-hour, 5-day course, which puts DP Operator Trainees through continual, intensive exercises going beyond those to which they are exposed in the DP Advanced Simulator course. Emphasis is placed on the DP Trainee understanding that they, as the DPO, are the most important component of the DP System. Through tasks focusing on risk mitigation, the DP Trainee learns that Dynamic Positioning cannot be undertaken as a reactionary endeavor, and they complete the course recognizing the full scope of responsibilities of the DPO.
 
Learning Outcomes
The reiteration of training and seatime is costly to companies and individuals alike. If a Full or Limited DP Certificate has not been issued within the 4- or 5- year time period, it is mandated that the DP Trainee repeat any and all courses and seatime set to expire, costing the DP Trainee and his company that much more time. To preclude this expiration, five days spent in DP Seatime Reduction is deemed equal to 30 DP Seatime days, bringing the DP Trainee that much closer to completing the lengthy DP Training Scheme.
 
Prerequisites
STCW- or Nationally-Licensed Deck Officer; Completed DP Basic Induction and DP Advanced Simulator
 
Participants
Vessel Masters, Mates, Pilot Association members, Deck Cadets, DP Operators and other personnel associated with the day to day operation of DP systems
 
Duration
5 days
 
Location
Houston
 
 
 

M404 Dynamic Positioning Software Familiarization

Course Description
DP Software Familiarization can be booked for either C-Series or GE Seastream software. This course is intended for persons with an interest in the user interface of GE Dynamic Positioning Systems.
 
Learning Outcomes
Introduction and principles of operation, control console and displays along with DP workstation practical exercises.
 
Prerequisites
Basic understanding of DP systems
 
Participants
The course can easily be adapted to the target audience, ranging from operators who are looking to improve their knowledge of the system to other personnel who would like to have a better understanding of DP operations but have little to no operational experience
 
Duration
2 days
 
Location
Houston
 
 
 

M405 Dynamic Positioning System Maintenance

Course Description
DP System Maintenance course is designed for all personnel who troubleshoot and maintain GE DP equipment.
 
Learning Outcomes
Theory of system operation, hardware architecture, sensors, networking, serial communication, alarms and trouble shooting, wiring diagrams, as well as hands-on troubleshooting exercises, utilizing consoles and thruster field station simulation
 
Prerequisites
Basic understanding of electrical or low voltage electronics, Networking standards (ex. TCP/ IP), NMEA sensor standards 0183 (Serial) and 2000 (Ethernet), and basic control theory
 
Participants
Technicians, Vessel Assistant and Chief Engineers, Port Engineers, Maintenance Supervisors and Engine Cadets
 
Duration
4 days
 
Location
Houston
 
 
 

M406 Automation System Operation & Maintenance

Course Description
Introduction to benefits and functions of the Power (PMS) and Vessel Management Systems (VMS).
 
Learning Outcomes
Software screen representations, system hardware and network structure, and an understanding of the system operation onboard the vessel. Attendees will also participate in hands on simulation exercises encompassing power system faults and failures, shipboard controls, alarms and equipment monitoring.
 
Prerequisites
Basic understanding of electrical systems, networking standards (ex. TCP/IP), NMEA sensor standards 0183 (Serial) and 2000 (Ethernet), Power Management Theory, Switchboard logic.
 
Participants
Technicians, Vessel Assistant and Chief Engineers, Port Engineers, Maintenance Supervisors and Engine Cadets
 
Duration
4 days
 
Location
Houston
 
 
 

M407 AC Variable Speed Drives MV3000

Course Description
Basic theory of AC motors and drives, drive components, drive controls and communication, system alarms and maintenance.
 
Learning Outcomes
Ability to perform maintenance, identify faults units and replace with onboard spares. Exercises utilizing drive control and motor mock-up equipment will enhance ability to monitor, control and maintain the system.
 
Prerequisites
Basic understanding of electrical systems, control theory and experience of maintaining drive systems. 
 
Participants
Technicians, Engineers and Electricians
 
Duration
3 days
 
Location
Houston
 
 
 

M408 AC Variable Speed Drives MV7000

Course Description
Basic theory of AC motors and drives, drive components, drive controls and communication, system alarms and maintenance.
 
Learning Outcomes
Ability to perform maintenance, identify faults units and replace with onboard spares. Exercises utilizing drive control and motor mock-up equipment will enhance ability to monior, control and maintaind the system.
 
Prerequisites
Basic understanding of electrical systems, control theory and experience of maintaining drive systems
 
Participants
Technicians, Engineers and Electricians
 
Duration
3 days
 
Location
Houston
 
 
 

M011 SD7000 LCI - PEC(E) Control - Synchronous Inboard Motor

Course Description
This course provides you an understanding of your Electrical Propulsion System (EPS) and the technology used on board. The participants will also get an understanding for configuration changing and system set-up.
 
Learning Outcomes
Basic knowledge of
  • electrical drives operation
  • controls operation
  • automation operation
  • network operation
  • HMI operation
  • motor operation
 
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of electrical engineering & electronics; use of personal computer
 
Participants
From junior to expert level
 
Duration
3 days
 
Location
Belfort
 
 
 

M012 SD7000 LCI Drive - PEC(E) Control - Synchronous POD Motor

Course Description
This course provides you an understanding of 
  • the architecture of your Electrical Propulsion System
  • the technology used aboard
  • the configuration changing and system setting up
  • the POD sub equipment and operating system
 
Learning Outcomes
Basic knowledge of 
  • electrical drives operation
  • controls operation
  • automation operation
  • network operation
  • HMI operation
  • motor operation
  • POD opertion
 
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of electrical engineering & electronics; use of personal computer
 
Participants
From junior to expert level
 
Duration
3 days
 
Location
Belfort
 
 
 

M013 MV7000 PWM Drive - PEC(E) Control-Asynchronous Inboard Motor

Course Description
This course provides you an understanding of
  • the architecture of your Electrical Propulsion System
  • the technology used aboard
  • the configuration changing and system setting up
 
Learning Outcomes
Basic knowledge of
  • electrical drives operation
  • controls operation 
  • automation operation
  • HMI operation
  • motor operation
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of electrical engineering & electronics; use of a personal computer
 
Participants
From junior to expert level
 
Duration
3 days
 
Location
Belfort
 
 
 

M014 MV7000 PWM - PEC(E) Control - Asynchronous POD Motor

Course Description
This course provides you an understanding of
  • the architecture of your Electrical Propulsion System
  • the technology used aboard
  • the configuration changing and system setting up
  • the POD sub equipment and operating system
 
Learning Outcomes
Basic knowledge of
  • electrical drives operation
  • control operation
  • automation operation
  • HMI operation
  • motor operation
  • POD operation
 
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge electrical engineering & electronics; use of a personal computer
 
Participants
From junior to expert level
 
Duration
4 days
 
Location
Belfort
 
 
 

M015 SD7000 LCI Drive - SYCONUM technology - Synchronous Inboard Motor

Course Description
This course provides an understanding of
  • the architecture of your Electrical Propulsion System
  • the technology used aboard
  • the configuration changing and system setting up
 
Learning Outcomes
Basic knowledge of
  • electrical drives operation
  • controls operation
  • automation operation
  • network operation
  • HMI operation
  • motor operation
 
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of electrical engineering & electronics; use of a personal computer
 
Participants
From junior to expert level
 
Duration
3 days
 
Location
Belfort
 
 
 

M016 SD7000 LCI Drive - SYNCONUM technology - Synchronous POD Motor

Course Description
This course provides an understanding of
  • the architecture of your Electrical Propulsion System
  • the technology used aboard
  • the configuration changing and system setting up
  • the POD sub equipment and operating system
 
Learning Outcomes
Basic knowledge of
  • electrical drives operation 
  • controls operation
  • automation operation
  • network operation
  • HMI operation
  • motor operation
  • POD operation
 
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of electrical engineering & electronics; use of a personal computer
 
Participants
From junior to expert level
 
Duration
4 days
 
Location
Belfort
 
 
 

M017 ONYX PWM drive - OPSY Technology - Synchronous POD Motor

Course Description
This course provides and understanding of
  • the architecture of your Electrical Propulsion System
  • the technology used aboard
  • the configuration changing and system setting up
  • the POD sub equipment and operating system
 
Learning Outcomes
Basic knowledge of
  • electrical drives operation
  • controls operation
  • automation operation 
  • network operation
  • HMI operation
  • motor operation 
  • POD operation
 
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of electrical engineering & electronics; use of a personal computer
 
Participants
From junior to expert level
 
Duration
4 days
 
Location
Belfort
 
 
 

M021 SD7000 LCI Drive - PEC(E) Control - Synchronous POD & Inboard Motor

Course Description
This course provides an understanding of
  • how to maintain an equipment in an optimum way (maintenance)
  • how to operate and potentially troubleshoot an equipment (troubleshooting)
 
Learning Outcomes
Basic knowledge of the maintenance on the strategical equipment on GE scope of supply. Basic knowledge on the issue identification and troubleshooting. Maintenance and troubleshooting practice with some exercises & procedures about replacing equipment, reloading software and explaining safety rules are included.
 
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of electrical engineering & electronics; use of a personal computer
 
Participants
From junior to expert level
 
Duration
3 days
 
Location
Belfort
 
 
 

M022 MV7000 PWM Drive - PEC(E) Control - Asynchronous POD & Inboard Motor

Course Description
This course provides an understanding of
  • how to maintain an equipment in an optimum way (maintenance)
  • how to operate and potentially troubleshoot an equipment (troubleshooting)
 
Learning Outcomes
Basic knowledge of the maintenance on the strategical equipment on GE scope of supply. Basic knowledge on the issue identification and troubleshooting. Maintenance and troubleshooting practice with some exercises & procedures about replacing equipment, reloading software and explaining safety rules are included.
 
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of electrical engineering & electronics; use of a personal computer
 
Participants
From junior to expert level
Duration
3 days
 
Location
Belfort
 
 
 

M023 SD7000 LCI Drive - Syconum technology - Synchronous POD & Inboard Motor

Course Description
This course provides an understanding of
  • how to maintain an equipment in an optimum way (maintenance)
  • how to operate and potentially troubleshoot an equipment (troubleshooting)
 
Learning Outcomes
Basic knowledge of the maintenance on the strategical equipment on GE scope of supply. Basic knowledge on the issue identification and troubleshooting. Maintenance and troubleshooting practice with some exercises & procedures about replacing equipment, reloading software and explaining safety rules are included.
 
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of electrical engineering & electronics; use of a personal computer
 
Participants
From junior to expert level 
Duration
3 days
 
Location
Belfort
 
 
 

M024 SD7000 LCI Drive - OPSYS technology - Synchronous POD Motor

Course Description
This course provides an understanding of
  • how to maintain an equipment in an optimum way (maintenance)
  • how to operate and potentially troubleshoot an equipment (troubleshooting)
 
Learning Outcomes
Basic knowledge of the maintenance on the strategical equipment on GE scope of supply. Basic knowledge on the issue identification and troubleshooting. Maintenance and troubleshooting practice with some exercises & procedures about replacing equipment, reloading software and explaining safety rules are included.
 
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of electrical engineering & electronics; use of a personal computer
 
Participants
From junior to expert level
 
Duration
3 days
 
Location
Belfort
 
 
 

M031 Advanced training course on real-time simulator (RTLAB)

Course Description
Extensive hands-on training of simulation and troubleshooting on control and power sides. Possibly adapting the same architecture as architecture existing onboard
 
Learning Outcomes
The objective of this training is to simulate the power part of the customer system thanks to Real Time Simulator in Belfort facilities and carry out high level of simulation and troubleshooting.
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of electrical engineering & electronics; use of a personal computer
 
Participants
From junior to expert level
 
Duration
Depending on customer needs
 
Location
Belfort
 
 
 
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