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  • 1. UMTA
  • 2. UMTA “ THE SUCCESS OF THE COMPANY IS THE STAFF ON BOARD ” – Late CAPT. C.A.J. VANDERPERRE
  • 3. Training AcademyTraining Academy Quality PolicyQuality Policy • It is the policy of this Training Academy: – to deliver high quality training through a prospectus of accredited courses to ensure safety, security and efficiency of crews and vessels, and the preservation of cargoes and the environment – to provide specialized professional training programs for seagoing and maritime operations personnel in an ever - changing environment of technology, innovation and legislation – to place the needs of candidates and their employers above other considerations – to continually improve the QMS and develop training courses to meet the changing needs of clients within the marine industry. UMTA
  • 4. Training Academy Mission Statement • The mission of the Univan Maritime Training Academy is to equip our Seafarers with that combination of knowledge, critical thinking, problem solving, ethical decision making, and confidence which will enable them to safely and efficiently operate, maintain, and manage the ships of today and the maritime industry of tomorrow. UMTA
  • 5. UMTA LOCATIONLOCATION Univan Ship Management Office in Mumbai is conveniently located for all seafarers residing in Mumbai. It is 3 minutes walk from the Local Train station, close to Santa Cruz Domestic Airport and the International Airport. Office is also very well connected by Public transport viz. BEST buses and Taxis.
  • 6. UMTA UMTA COURSES FOR TANKER OFFICERSUMTA COURSES FOR TANKER OFFICERS SR.SR. NO.NO. NAME OF THE COURSENAME OF THE COURSE ENTRY CRITERIAENTRY CRITERIA COURSECOURSE DURATIODURATIO NN DECK OFFICERS 1 BRIDGE TEAM MANAGEMENT (INCLUDES SHIP HANDLING) ALL DECK OFFICERS 3 DAYS 2 BRIDGE TEAM MANAGEMENT REFRESHER COURSE ALL DECK OFFICERS 1 DAY 2 LARGE VESSEL SHIP HANDLING ALL DECK OFFICERS 2 DAYS 3 COLLISION AVOIDANCE & BRIDGE TEAM MANAGEMENT FRESH 3/O, OR 3/O NEW TO COMPANY 3 DAYS 4 ECDIS (IMO MODEL COURSE 1.27) ALL DECK OFFICERS 5 DAYS 5 TURKISH STRAITS TRANSIT ALL DECK OFFICERS 1 DAY 6 MESSINA STRAITS TRANSIT ALL DECK OFFICERS 1 DAY 7 ECDIS FAMILIARISATION (TYPE SPECIFIC) ALL DECK OFFICERS 2 DAYS 8 ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE FOR DECK OFFICERS ALL DECK OFFICERS 4 DAYS 9 CADET INDUCTION BRIEFING DECK CADETS 1 DAY ENGINE OFFICERS 1 INDUCTION COURSE FOR TRAINEE MARINE ENGINEERS TRAINEE MARINE ENGINEERS 4 DAYS 2 MACHINERY MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT ALL ENGINE OFFICERS 3 DAYS 3 ENGINE ROOM TEAM MANAGEMENT ALL ENGINE OFFICERS 3 DAYS 4 BASIC MARINE ELECTRONICS ALL ENGINE OFFICERS 3 DAYS 5 MARINE HYDRAULICS & PNEUMATICS (AUTOMATION & CONTROL SYSTEMS) ALL ENGINE OFFICERS 3 DAYS 6 SHIPBOARD ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS ALL ENGINE OFFICERS 2 DAYS ALL OFFICERS 1 PORT STATE CONTROL ALL OFFICERS 2 DAYS 2 TANKER VETTING INSPECTION ALL TANKER OFFICERS 2 DAYS 3 MARPOL ALL OFFICERS 2 DAYS 4 SHIPBOARD SAFETY OFFICER & RISK ASSESSMENT ALL OFFICERS 2 DAYS 5 BRIDGE-ENGINE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ALL OFFICERS 2 DAYS 6 MARINE REFRIGERATION &,AIR CONDITIONING ALL OFFICERS 2 DAYS 7 FRAMO & DECK MACHINERY ALL DECK OFFICERS 2 DAYS 8 MESPAS ALL OFFICERS 1 DAY 9 MARINE INCIDENT INVESTIGATION & ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS ALL OFFICERS 1 DAY 10 TRANSFERRING PERSONNEL WITH MAN BASKET ALL OFFICERS & CREW 1 DAY RATINGS 2 CREW SAFETY ALL RATINGS (DECK, ENGINE AND SALOON) 3 DAYS 3 STEERING TRAINING (+ WATCHSTANDING DUTIES) DECK RATINGS 3 DAYS 4 STEERING TEST FOR A.B. / O.S. O.S. TO A.B. 1 DAY
  • 7. UMTA UMTA COURSES FOR NON-TANKER OFFICERSUMTA COURSES FOR NON-TANKER OFFICERS Sr. No. NAME OF THE COURSE ENTRY CRITERIA COURSE DURATIO N DECK OFFICERSDECK OFFICERS 1 BRIDGE TEAM MANAGEMENT (INCLUDES SHIP HANDLING) ALL DECK OFFICERS 3 DAYS 2 BRIDGE TEAM MANAGEMENT REFRESHER COURSE ALL DECK OFFICERS 1 DAY 3 LARGE VESSEL SHIP HANDLING ALL DECK OFFICERS 2 DAYS 4 COLLISION AVOIDANCE & BRIDGE TEAMWORK FRESH 3/O, OR 3/O NEW TO COMPANY 3 DAYS 5 ECDIS (IMO MODEL COURSE 1.27) ALL DECK OFFICERS 5 DAYS 6 TURKISH STRAITS TRANSIT ALL DECK OFFICERS 1 DAY 7 MESSINA STRAITS TRANSIT ALL DECK OFFICERS 1 DAY 8 ECDIS FAMILIARISATION (TYPE SPECIFIC) ALL DECK OFFICERS 2 DAYS 9 BULK CARRIER SAFETY ALL DECK OFFICERS 2 DAYS 10 ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE FOR DECK OFFICERS ALL DECK OFFICERS 4 DAYS 11 CADET INDUCTION BRIEFING ALL DECK CADETS 1 DAY ENGINE OFFICERSENGINE OFFICERS 1 INDUCTION COURSE FOR TRAINEE MARINE ENGINEERS TRAINEE MARINE ENGINEERS 4 DAYS 2 MACHINERY MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT ALL ENGINE OFFICERS 4 DAYS 3 ENGINE ROOM TEAM MANAGEMENT ALL ENGINE OFFICERS 3 DAYS 4 BASIC MARINE ELECTRONICS ALL ENGINE OFFICERS 3 DAYS 5 SHIPBOARD ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS ALL ENGINE OFFICERS 2 DAYS 6 MARINE HYDRAULICS & PNEUMATICS (AUTOMATION & CONTROL SYSTEMS) ALL ENGINE OFFICERS 2 DAYS ALL OFFICERSALL OFFICERS 1 PORT STATE CONTROL ALL OFFICERS 2 DAYS 2 MARPOL ALL OFFICERS 2 DAYS 3 SHIPBOARD SAFETY OFFICER & RISK ASSESSMENT ALL OFFICERS 2 DAYS 4 BRIDGE-ENGINE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ALL OFFICERS 2 DAYS 5 MARINE REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING ALL OFFICERS 2 DAYS 6 MARINE INCIDENT INVESTIGATION & ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS ALL OFFICERS 1 DAY 7 FRAMO & DECK MACHINERY ALL DECK OFFICERS 2 DAYS 8 MESPAS ALL OFFICERS 1 DAY RATINGSRATINGS 1 CREW SAFETY ALL RATINGS (DECK, ENGINE AND SALOON) 3 DAYS 2 STEERING TRAINING (+ WATCHSTANDING DUTIES) DECK RATINGS 3 DAYS 3 STEERING TEST FOR A.B. / O.S. O.S. TO A.B. 1 DAY
  • 8. UMTA D.G. APPROVED COURSESD.G. APPROVED COURSES SR.NO. NAME OF THE COURSE MAX. NO. COURSE DURATION D.G.COURSES 1 ENGINE ROOM SIMULATOR (MGMT. LEVEL) 8 5 DAYS 2 LCHS OIL (MGMT. LEVEL) 12 5 DAYS 3. LCHS OIL (OP. LEVEL) 12 3 DAYS 4. ECDIS IMO MODEL 1.27 9 5 DAYS
  • 9. UMTA
  • 10. UMTA UMTA COURSESUMTA COURSES FOR DECK OFFICERSFOR DECK OFFICERS
  • 11. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Deck OfficersAll Deck Officers A 3Days Course Featuring BRIDGE TEAM MANAGEMENTBRIDGE TEAM MANAGEMENT The AIM of the training is to prepare Deck officers in effective Bridge Team Management Procedures. Upon completion of the Course, the participants will be able to:- Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Manoeuvering Characteristics  Passage planning - Restricted / Pilotage waters  Shiphandling – Controllable & Uncontrollable Forces  Interaction  Case Study Discussions  Practical Exercises on Simulator • Effectively interpret a ships manoeuvring data • Prepare & execute a detailed passage plan • Achieve the best use of available resources for the safe navigation of the ship • Apply effective communication skills within a bridge team • Respond effectively to navigational emergencies
  • 12. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Third Officers OrAll Third Officers Or Third Officers NewThird Officers New to Companyto Company A 3Days Course Featuring COLLISION AVOIDANCE &COLLISION AVOIDANCE & BRIDGE TEAMWORKBRIDGE TEAMWORK The AIM of the training is to prepare Third officers in Understanding the Basic Watch keeping Principles . Participants especially Fresh 3rd Officers will have the feel of keeping an independent watch prior joining his first vessel as an Officer. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Interpreting Manoeuvring Data provided on Bridge  Taking over & Keeping a Safe Navigational Watch  Understanding the COLREGS application.  When to Call Master  Limitations of Navigational Equipment.  Case Study Discussion & Practical Exercises with each participant taking the conn on Navigation Simulator.
  • 13. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Deck OfficersAll Deck Officers A 5Days Course Featuring ECDISECDIS The AIM of the training is to prepare Deck officers in thoroughly understanding the Use, Limitations & Over-reliance of an ECDIS. The course contents are based on IMO Model Course No. 1.27 and it meets the level of knowledge and competence specified in STCW Code – Table A II /1. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Legal aspects and requirements (SOLAS Chapter V; IMO A 817(19) or MSC 232(82))  Types of Electronic charts and differences.  Sensors (including all navigational inputs).  Route planning and monitoring.  Updating ENC’s (Automatic as well as manual).  Limitations of ECDIS and Over reliance on ECDIS.  Integrated Bridge systems(IBS) & INS.
  • 14. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Deck OfficersAll Deck Officers A 3Days Course Featuring ECDISECDIS The AIM of the training is to prepare Deck officers in thoroughly understanding the Use, Limitations & Over-reliance of an ECDIS. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Legal aspects and requirements (SOLAS Chapter V; IMO A 817(19) & SN / Circ. 207 & 213)  Terminology, Types of Electronic charts and differences.  Sensors (including all navigational inputs).  Route planning and monitoring.  Updating ENC’s (Automatic, Semi automatic as well as manual).  Procurement / Costing of ENCs and RNCs  Limitations of the ECDIS and Over reliance on ECDIS.
  • 15. UMTA Bridge Simulator RoomBridge Simulator Room ECDIS Course participants undergoing hands-on Training (Familiarisation, Route planning / Monitoring, Manual Chart Correction exercises) on the Norwegian ‘MARIS’ ECDIS
  • 16. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Deck OfficersAll Deck Officers A 2Days Course Featuring LARGE VESSEL SHIP HANDLINGLARGE VESSEL SHIP HANDLING The AIM of the training is to Familiarise Masters & Deck Officers in handling Large Vessels & understanding their behaviour & Manoeuvering characteristics. The course is beneficial to those Deck Officers who shall be joining Large vessels for the first time and desire to have practice Handling these ships prior going on board. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Manoeuvring behaviour of Large Vessels.  Influence of Wind on High sided Vessels  Importance of Slow Speed control.  Depth and Squat.  Parametric Rolling.  Practical Exercises on Navigation Simulator (Transit / Anchoring / Berthing / Unberthing).
  • 17. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Deck OfficersAll Deck Officers A 4Days Course Featuring ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGEENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE FOR DECK OFFICERSFOR DECK OFFICERS The AIM of the training is to familiarise the deck officers with the ships engineering systems with great importance to better harmonisation between the deck and engine officer's machinery limitations, safety at sea and the environment throughout. The participants on successful completion would have a better understanding of the following essential engineering principles:  Manoeuvring behaviour of Large Vessels.  Control systems  Engine Room Pipeline System  Main engines  Auxiliary engines  Propulsion systems  Pumps  Energy conservation  Emergency equipment and testing  Deck machinery  Electrical equipments  Boiler & Steam System
  • 18. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Deck Officers (Training isAll Deck Officers (Training is Mandatory if going to the U.S.Mandatory if going to the U.S. A 3Days Course Featuring HAZMATHAZMAT The AIM of the training is to familiarise all Deck Officers in the thorough knowledge of using the IMDG Code & the Supplement to handle any shipboard Emergency related with Dangerous goods. The course contents are based on IMO Model Course No. 1.10 and it meets the level of knowledge and competence specified in STCW Code – Table A II /2. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Introduction to the IMDG Code.  SOLAS, MARPOL 73/78 Annex III & ILO Regs for carriage of Dangerous Goods. US 49CFR Requirements.  Definitions, Classification, Packing & Tank Provisions.  Dangerous Goods List & Limited Quantities  Marking, Labelling, Placarding & Documentation  Stowage & segregation.  Supplement (EmS, MFAG, Reporting Procedures, etc.)  Practical Exercises using the IMDG Code for hands on practice & Use of IMDG Code CD Version.
  • 19. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Deck OfficersAll Deck Officers (Bulk Carriers)(Bulk Carriers) A 2Days Course Featuring BULK CARRIER SAFETYBULK CARRIER SAFETY The AIM of the training is to familiarise all Deck Officers and shore personnel associated with bulk carrier operations on the essence of good economic performance and professional awareness of all the contributory factors which go towards optimum stowage and discharge and thus to a successful voyage and to provide guidance for Bulk Carriers to be operated safely, efficiently and maintained in a good condition. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Categories of bulk carriers & layout of a bulk carrier  Charterparties, Records to maintain and Master’s responsibilities  Importance of maintenance and care of Hatch covers.  Guidance in carrying out an inspection as where to look for cracks, dents, corrosion in the critical areas on a Bulk Carrier  Guidance towards preparation of holds, planning the loading, cargo documentation, loading, loaded voyage, discharging and the ballast voyage  Guidance provided in the IMSBC code on the standards to be applied in the safe stowage and shipment of solid Bulk cargoes.  Guidance provided in the BLU Code on the practice for the safe loading and unloading of Bulk carriers.  Principal causes of Bulk carrier casualties
  • 20. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Deck OfficersAll Deck Officers (on container ship)(on container ship) A 2Days Course Featuring CONTAINER SHIP MAINTENANCECONTAINER SHIP MAINTENANCE The AIM of the training is to familiarise all Deck Officers in acquiring the detailed knowledge of Stowing & Securing of Containers and Arrangement, Design & Maintenance of all types of Container ships. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are: Types of Container ships - Arrangement & Design.  Container Hull Inspection - Critical Areas, Structure.  Where to look for Cracks, Dents, etc.  Classification Concept.  Container Hull Inspection - Critical Areas, Corrosion and Corrosion Protection.  Assessment of Coating  Containers - Stowing and Securing  Container Securing Manual  Container ISO Codes – Old & New.  Class Acceptance Criteria .  New Developments, Practical Case Studies & discussions.
  • 21. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Deck OfficersAll Deck Officers A 2Days Course Featuring ICE NAVIGATIONICE NAVIGATION The AIM of the training is to enable the navigator to interpret ice and meterological data and formulate a situation appraisal and risk analysis for passage planning. To help the navigator to appreciate the benefits and hazards of icebreaker assistance and convoy operations. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are: To understand the Internatlonal vessels Ice Classification-  Understand the Ice Regimes, Ice Physics. Formation, Ageing, Growth & Decay of Ice. Ice types and Concentrations, Ice Reporting, Coding & Terminology.  To manoeuvre and operate independently in Ice-  Approaching, Entering and Transiting Ice, Manoeuvring Astern, Avoidance of becoming Beset.  To understand the effects of extreme low temperatures  Freezing of equipment, Methods & precautions in De- icing, safety procedures during Ice transit
  • 22. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP Deck Cadets (Completed Pre-seaDeck Cadets (Completed Pre-sea training and prior joining first shiptraining and prior joining first ship A 1Day Course Featuring CADET INDUCTION BRIEFINGCADET INDUCTION BRIEFING The AIM of this course is to familiarise all freshly inducted cadets in following safe practices in all jobs carried out at sea (normally and during emergencies) Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Able to promote safe working practices on all types of vessels  Able to care for their own health and safety for the health and safety of others. Proper use to be made of personnel protection clothing and all hazards to health and safety treated with caution.  Able to understand the emergency response procedures  Able to understand the regulations as regards marine pollution
  • 23. UMTA UMTA COURSESUMTA COURSES FOR ENGINE OFFICERSFOR ENGINE OFFICERS
  • 24. UMTA Engine Room SimulatorEngine Room Simulator
  • 25. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Engine OfficersAll Engine Officers A 3Days Course MACHINERY MAINTENANCEMACHINERY MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENTMANAGEMENT The AIM of the training is to prepare Marine Engineers in effective Management of Machinery Maintenance & Repair Procedures. Upon completion of the Course, the participants will be able to:- Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Machinery Maintenance basic principles  Working precautions & Safe Working Practices  Scheduled maintenance & unscheduled breakdowns.  Maintenance related planning  Practical Exercises, Paperwork / correspondence and Future developments  Discussions and case studies • Effectively interpret maintenance schedules • Achieve the best use of available resources • Respond effectively to technical emergencies
  • 26. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Trainee Marine EngineersAll Trainee Marine Engineers A 4Days Course Featuring INDUCTIONINDUCTION COURSECOURSE FOR TRAINEE MARINE ENGINEERSFOR TRAINEE MARINE ENGINEERS The AIM of the training is to familiarise Trainee Marine Engineers with working procedures on board a vessel and to work safely and efficiently. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Understand the basics of valves, pumps & learn how to trace pipeline circuits with respect to the Engine room, Pump room and the vessel.  Engine room watch-keeping principles, Operational & repairs planning, execution and team work co-ordination  Understand the need for good & effective communication
  • 27. UMTA A 3Days Course ENGINE-ROOM TEAM MANAGEMENTENGINE-ROOM TEAM MANAGEMENT The AIM of the training is to to develop a strong, effective and proactive Engine-room Team, with good communication skills, working with safety & employing Industry best practices. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Team-work, Motivation and organisation on-board the vessel.  Team communication, team work and a competent working relationship  Leadership, planning, delegation.  Situational awareness, assessment and cohesive team-work  Achieving high standards of safety, watch keeping & voyage performance  Practical exercises on a Full mission Engine-room Simulator. TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Engine OfficersAll Engine Officers
  • 28. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Engine OfficersAll Engine Officers A 3Days Course MARINE HYDRAULICS & PNEUMATICSMARINE HYDRAULICS & PNEUMATICS AUTOMATION AND CONTROLAUTOMATION AND CONTROL The AIM of the training is to prepare Marine engineers in effective & safe handling of Automation and Control systems utilizing Pneumatic and Hydraulic control valves. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Working of Hydraulic & Pneumatic control systems.  Understanding symbols and reading Hydraulic & Pneumatic circuits  Common Causes of Breakdowns and trouble-shooting of problems  Discussions and case studies Upon completion of the Course, the participants will be able to:- • Interpret Hydraulic & Pneumatic circuit drawings • Understand the working principles of control systems. • Apply integrated investigative skills in trouble shooting
  • 29. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP ALL ENGINE OFFICERSALL ENGINE OFFICERS A 2 Days Course Featuring PLC AUTOMATION AND CONTROLSPLC AUTOMATION AND CONTROLS It aims to understand the basic marine automation and control terminology and fundamental concepts. To have enough exposure of marine automation and control system so as to highlight the situational awareness and error trapping techniques in any other system of the ship. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Process Control System PLC Based Controllers Connecting  Sensors and Execution Devices Connecting Sensors and Execution Devices (Practical) Architecture of Specific  PLC Controller Beyond PLCS  PLC Communications
  • 30. UMTA UMTA COURSESUMTA COURSES FOR ALL OFFICERSFOR ALL OFFICERS
  • 31. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Officers (Deck & Engine)All Officers (Deck & Engine) A 2Days Course Featuring MARPOLMARPOL The AIM of the training is to familiarise all Officers in understanding the environmental issues related to shipping and the current & future Marpol regulations and relate them to practical shipboard applications for compliance Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  History & Development of Marpol regulations.  Shipboard Operation applicable to Marpol Regulations.  Maintenance of Pollution Prevention equipment  Liability & compensation due to Oil Pollution  Requirements of OPA 90  Ballast water Management & TBT Paints  New Developments & discussions.
  • 32. UMTA A 2Days Course Featuring FRAMO & DECK MACHINERYFRAMO & DECK MACHINERY The AIM of the training is to make the operators of the FRAMO System, tankers and all deck machinery understand the basic working of the machinery & the equipment so as to carry out safe, smooth and efficient operations which at all times are most critical to the ships trading pattern. The participants on successful completion will be familiar with the following Basic Safety and Operation of the :  FRAMO Systems  Tanker Machinery  Anchor Handling Systems  Ship’s Mooring Machinery  Liquid Cargo Handling Systems  Dry / Bulk Cargo Handling Systems  Cargo Access Systems TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Tanker OfficersAll Tanker Officers
  • 33. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Tanker OfficersAll Tanker Officers (Deck & Engine)(Deck & Engine) A 2Days Course Featuring TANKER VETTING INSPECTIONSTANKER VETTING INSPECTIONS The AIM of the training is to familiarise all Officers and Shore personnel associated with Tanker operations with the Vetting Inspection requirements of various bodies, viz OCIMF, CDI, USCG and provides knowledge and guidelines on best practices to adopt for preparation and conduct of these inspections Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Purpose of vetting Inspections.  Tanker Vetting Inspections –  Conduct of Inspection (Shipboard preparation)  Areas Inspected  Rules & Requirements (VIQ / HVPQ)  Documentation & record keeping  Case Studies & discussions.
  • 34. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Officers (Deck & EngineAll Officers (Deck & Engine On Dry Cargo Ships)On Dry Cargo Ships) A 2Days Course Featuring PORT STATE CONTROLPORT STATE CONTROL The AIM of the training is to familiarise all Officers in acquiring the detailed knowledge of Port State Controls existence, authority, various MOUs, Types of Inspections, Deficiencies & Detentions and How to prepare the vessel / handle a Port State Control Inspection. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Introduction – Need & Purpose of PSC.  Procedures to be adopted by PSC under IMO Res. A 1052(27)  Port State Control - Various MOUs / Boarding Matrix /Focussed / Concentrated Inspection Campaigns  Port State Control – Types of Inspections  Port State Control – Vessel Preparation - First impression /Assist PSC conduct Inspection / Reporting PSC Deficiencies  Port State Control – Deficiency Reports & Grounds for Detentions  New Developments & discussions.
  • 35. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Officers (Deck & Engine)All Officers (Deck & Engine) A 2Days Course Featuring BRIDGE-ENGINE RESOURCEBRIDGE-ENGINE RESOURCE MANAGEMENTMANAGEMENT The AIM of the training is to expose the ship’s Officers & Engineers to the fundamentals, usage and benefits of the good resource management practices, highlighting the various resources available, their efficient & effective usage. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Effectively Managing Human Resource - Group Dynamics, Situation Awareness, Positive Attitude, Competency, Control, Assertiveness & Consistency,  Professional Handling of Human Behaviour Stress, Fatigue, Distraction, Complacency, Application of Psychology & Counselling, leading to Adaptation, Meditation & Relaxation.  Efficient Usage of Knowledge Resource - Troubleshooting, Conflict Resolution, Risk Estimation, Professional approach, Goal Setting, Planning & Workload Management  Job Assignment, Task Prioritisation, Change Management & Error Change Analysis.  Well-Organised Management of Other Important Resources - Funds, Environment,  Information, Machinery, Spares, Stores, Tools & Instruments, Fuel, Water, Steam & Chemicals.
  • 36. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Officers (Deck & Engine)All Officers (Deck & Engine) A 2Days Course Featuring SHIPBOARD SAFETY OFFICERSHIPBOARD SAFETY OFFICER & RISK ASSESSMENT& RISK ASSESSMENT The AIM of the training is to familiarise all Officers to provide knowledge and guidance to those who may be designated to perform the duties and responsibilities of a Ship’s Safety Officer, as required under the United Kingdom’s Merchant Shipping Legislation (UK MCA) Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Development of Safety Culture, Principles of Personal Safety and Process Safety.  Understand basic Health & Safety legislation  Be conversant with the IMO Ship Management Code  Comprehend the duties of the Shipboard Safety Officer  Be conversant with specific information on topics such as occupational hazard, safety inspections, safety committees and safety representatives  Influence behaviour towards improving safety performance  Principles and practice of Risk Assessment.  Reporting of Accidents, Near Misses and Hazard Identification.  Tool Box Meeting and Safety Committee Meeting.  Be capable to conduct effective accidents investigations (IMO Model Course 3.11)
  • 37. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Officers (Deck & Engine)All Officers (Deck & Engine) A 1Day Course Featuring MARINE INCIDENT INVESTIGATIONMARINE INCIDENT INVESTIGATION & ROOT CVAUSE ANALYSIS& ROOT CVAUSE ANALYSIS The purpose and objectives of marine incident investigation. Provisions under UNCLOS, IMO and ILO conventions and IMO Resolutions relating to the investigation of marine casualties. The code for Investigation of Marine Casualties and Incidents. Technical and formal investigation Procedures Techniques of collecting, analyzing and reporting on marine casualties and incidents Human factors and case studies Contents of the course This course draws on the guidance published in IMO Model Course 3.11- Marine Incident and Accident Investigation. The course covers:  Investigation Pre-planning  Evidence Collection  Witness Interviews  Record Collection and Evaluation  Human Factors in Incident Causation  Root Cause Analysis (TRIPOD / 5-Why / Loss Causation Model)  Incident Report and Remedial Action Analysis.
  • 38. UMTA A 1Day Course Featuring ISM IMPLEMENTATIONISM IMPLEMENTATION The AIM of the training is to provide a useful insight to all those involved in the implementation of the ISM Code for all day to day occupational aspects. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Know the reasons behind the introduction of the ISM Code  Understand the general purpose of the ISM Code  Know the functional requirements  Understand the purpose and importance of written procedures and processes  Understand the importance of drills and exercises  Know about the role of the DPA and the responsibility it carries  Understand the responsibility & authority of the Master  Recognise the importance of qualification and training at sea  Understand the need for familiarisation  Know what constitutes an audit  Know where the SMC and DOC are sited.  Identify how the Company’s system has implemented ISM requirements  Name the procedures that are used regularly within your own company  Outline your role in an emergency TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All OfficersAll Officers (Deck & Engine)(Deck & Engine)
  • 39. UMTA UMTA COURSESUMTA COURSES FOR RATINGSFOR RATINGS
  • 40. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All RatingsAll Ratings A 3Days Course Featuring CREW SAFETYCREW SAFETY The AIM of the training is to familiarise all Ratings in following Safe working Practices in all jobs carried out at sea (Normally & during Emergencies) Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Job Safety Analysis & Safety Philosophy.  Health, Hygiene & Housekeeping  Personal Protective Equipment  Permits System  Material / Manual Handling.  Safe Practices - Bunkering / Welding & Gas Cutting / Mooring Operations / Chipping & Painting / Galley / MOB & Helicopter Operations.  Emergency Drills (LSA , FFA , SOPEP, Security)  Pollution Control & Safety Committee
  • 41. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Fitters & WeldersAll Fitters & Welders A 4Days Course Featuring FITTER / WELDER CONVERSIONFITTER / WELDER CONVERSION TO PUMPMANTO PUMPMAN The AIM of the training is to Familiarise all fitters and welders to achieve high standards of pumpman’s work and execution procedures involving close and continuous monitoring of a ship’s pump room, deck, tank & pipelines both during loading / unloading / emergency operations and while sailing. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Understand the valves, pumps & pipeline circuits on the deck, pump room & tanks. Pump room & deck watch-keeping principles, Operational & repairs planning, and Crew Team Organisation and Management.  Demonstrate the ability to work with the Ch/Off while incorporating a loading / discharging plan  Demonstrate the ability to operate all oil tanker equipment  Understand the need for good & effective communication  Demonstrate the ability to carry out the delegated tasks and responsibilities assigned to him in the best interest of the company with an over all perception of ship safety, pollution prevention & ship security  Demonstrate the ability to use teamwork skills to integrate and facilitate the ship / shore interface.  Demonstrate the ability to set priorities and not to be preoccupied with minor technical problems during a loading & discharging.  Demonstrate the ability to detect and/or challenge deviation from the loading / discharging plan and standard operating procedures.
  • 42. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Officers & CrewAll Officers & Crew A 1 Day Course Featuring TRANSFERRING PERSONNELTRANSFERRING PERSONNEL WITH MAN BASKETWITH MAN BASKET This hand-out highlights the dangers and precautions to consider when transferring personnel offshore using a ship’s crane. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  The Risk assessment of the dangers and precautions to consider when deciding to transfer personnel with the ship’s crane.  The Roles and Responsibilities of the Master, Crane operator, Assisting crew members and the personnel being transferred in the man basket  The procedures to be followed as regards weather, communications, personnel lifting procedures, other personnel basket safety instructions and the crane equipment being used.  The Oil Major Safety procedures – Personnel basket working practices.
  • 43. UMTA UMTA DG APPROVEDUMTA DG APPROVED COURSESCOURSES
  • 44. UMTA A 5 Days Course ENGINE ROOM SIMULATOR (MANAGEMENT LEVEL)ENGINE ROOM SIMULATOR (MANAGEMENT LEVEL) D.G. APPROVEDD.G. APPROVED The ERS course equips Marine Engineers with the knowledge and skills to operate, supervise and monitor the safe operation and control of the ship’s machinery in accordance with provisions of Section A-III/1, A-VIII/2 and B-VIII/2 of the STCW 95 Code Contents of the course  Understanding the working of the ship’s machinery spaces.  Exercises on running various Engine room machinery  Trouble-shooting problems in a simulated environment  Practical Exercises for enhancing skills  Discussions and case studies TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP Appearing for MEO CLASS II COCAppearing for MEO CLASS II COC
  • 45. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP Sea Service for appearingSea Service for appearing 2nd Mate (F.G.) /NCV/2nd Mate (F.G.) /NCV/ MEO CLASS 4 COCMEO CLASS 4 COC A 3Days Course Featuring LCHS OIL (OPERATIONAL LEVEL)LCHS OIL (OPERATIONAL LEVEL) D.G. APPROVEDD.G. APPROVED This course covers the training recommended in the IMO Model Course and fulfill the training requirement for officers at the Management Level, specified in Table A-II/1 of STCW Code 1995 & section A-V/1 concerning Liquid Cargo handling procedures for Oil. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Familiarisation with the tank and pipeline arrangements, pipe system control valves, pumps, instrumentation, controls.  Basic operations and procedures.  Special operations & procedures like tank atmosphere evaluation, use of inert gas,  Cleaning of cargo tanks, crude oil washing, draining and stripping procedure, use of slop tanks, gas freeing and Load on top (LOT) procedure.  Ballast operation / Cargo operation.
  • 46. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP Passed 2nd Mate (F.G.) /NCV/Passed 2nd Mate (F.G.) /NCV/ MEO CLASS 4 COC + TASCOMEO CLASS 4 COC + TASCO A 5 Days Course Featuring LCHS OIL (MANAGEMENT LEVEL)LCHS OIL (MANAGEMENT LEVEL) D.G. APPROVEDD.G. APPROVED This course covers the training recommended in the IMO Model Course and fulfill the training requirement for officers at the Management Level, specified in Table A-II/2 of STCW Code 1995 & section A-V/1 concerning Liquid Cargo handling procedures for Oil. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Familiarisation with the tank and pipeline arrangements, pipe system control valves, pumps, instrumentation, controls.  Basic operations and procedures.  Special operations & procedures like tank atmosphere evaluation, use of inert gas,  Cleaning of cargo tanks, crude oil washing, draining and stripping procedure, use of slop tanks, gas freeing and Load on top (LOT) procedure.  Ballast operation / Cargo operation/ Operational problems faced and remedial actions.
  • 47. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Deck OfficersAll Deck Officers A 5Days Course Featuring ECDIS 1.27 (DG Approved)ECDIS 1.27 (DG Approved) The AIM of the training is to prepare Deck officers in thoroughly understanding the Use, Limitations & Over-reliance of an ECDIS. The course contents are based on IMO Model Course No. 1.27 (Revised 2012) and it meets the level of knowledge and competence specified in STCW Code 2010 – Table A II /1, II/2 & III/2 Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are:  Legal aspects and requirements (SOLAS Chapter V; IMO A 817(19) or MSC 232(82))  Types of Electronic charts and differences.  Sensors (including all navigational inputs).  Route planning and monitoring.  Updating ENC’s (Automatic as well as manual).  Limitations of ECDIS and Over reliance on ECDIS.  Integrated Bridge systems(IBS) & INS.
  • 48. UMTA A 2Days Course Featuring ECDIS FAMILIARISATIONECDIS FAMILIARISATION TRANSAS (TYPE SPECIFIC)TRANSAS (TYPE SPECIFIC) This ECDIS Familiarization (Type Specific) course intends to familiarize the candidate with any onboard ECDIS (including back-up) in order to assure and demonstrate competency in relation to a specific ship’s ECDIS installation, prior to taking charge of a navigation watch. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are: THE PARTICIPANT HAS BEEN FAMILIARISED WITH THE “TRANSAS NS 4000” ECDIS AS BELOW : ALL THE FUNCTIONS AS SPECIFIED IN THE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS A 817(19) AND MSC 232(82) THE ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS AVAILABLE IN THIS ECDIS APPENDIX 5A CHECKLIST OF IMO MODEL COURSE 1.27 (Revised 2012 Edition). LOADING OF ENCs & RNCs (LICENSES / PERMITS, BASE & UPDATE CDS) IN ADDITION THIS COURSE COVERED: STATUS OF IHO STANDARDS AFFECTING ECDIS EQUIPMENT (IMO SN.1/CIRC.266, REVISED) OPERATING ANOMALIES IDENTIFIED WITH ECDIS. (IMO SN. CIRC. 312) TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Deck OfficersAll Deck Officers
  • 49. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Deck OfficersAll Deck Officers A 1Day Course Featuring TURKISH STRAITS TRANSITTURKISH STRAITS TRANSIT FAMILIARISATIONFAMILIARISATION The course is designed to familiarize the Deck Officers in the Turkish Straits Transit procedures and navigation independent conn practice of the vessel in the Turkish straits (Dardanelles & Bosporous Straits). Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are: The course was conducted on the TRANSAS NT PRO 5000 Simulator (meeting STCW section A – 1/12) and each participant was given Independent conn of the vessel throughout the transit of the Turkish Straits (Bosporous (Istanbul) Straits and the Dardanelles (Canakkale) Straits).
  • 50. UMTA TARGET GROUPTARGET GROUP All Deck OfficersAll Deck Officers A 1Day Course Featuring MESSINA STRAITS TRANSITMESSINA STRAITS TRANSIT & MALAMOCCO APPROACH& MALAMOCCO APPROACH The course is designed to : familiarize the Deck Officers in the procedures for “Messina Straits Transit and approach to Malamocco” and navigate the vessel having independent conn practice in these waters. Contents of the course Amongst the key issues included in this course are: The course was conducted on the TRANSAS NT PRO 5000 Simulator (meeting STCW section A – 1/12) and each participant was given Independent conn of the vessel throughout the transit of the Messina Straits and Malamocco Approach.
  • 51. • Installed TRANSAS NT Pro 5000 Simulator (Instructor + 9 Trainee Stations). • Each Trainee Station has – ECDIS NS 4000 – 3 Choices of RADARs – Conning Display – 360 deg Panning Visuals – Communication capability – 6 Exercise areas • ENCs • Proprietary charts (Tx 97 charts) • RNCs (for one Exercise area) • ECDIS Publications set UMTA ECDIS 1.27 (DG Approved)ECDIS 1.27 (DG Approved)
  • 52. UMTA Front Left View Front Right View STCW 2010 CompliantSTCW 2010 Compliant ECDIS SIMULATORECDIS SIMULATOR 9 Trainee Stations9 Trainee Stations
  • 53. STCW 2010 CompliantSTCW 2010 Compliant ECDIS SIMULATORECDIS SIMULATOR 9 Trainee Stations9 Trainee Stations UMTA Back Left View Back Right View
  • 54. UMTA MANNING OFFICEMANNING OFFICE RECEPTION AREARECEPTION AREA MANNING STAFF AREAMANNING STAFF AREA
  • 55. UMTA MANNING OFFICEMANNING OFFICE CREW WAITING AREACREW WAITING AREA OFFICERS WAITING AREAOFFICERS WAITING AREA
  • 56. UMTA BRIDGE SIMULATORBRIDGE SIMULATOR • The Univan Maritime Training Academy is equipped with a Full Mission STCW95 compliant Ship handling simulator. • The unique feature of this Ship handling Simulator is that it is well equipped having two Independent Radars and one ECDIS (just the combination you would find on the ship’s Bridge) for the participants use unlike the other Training Centres in Mumbai.
  • 57. UMTA BRIDGE SIMULATORBRIDGE SIMULATOR • Also this Simulator is having a Direct throw projection onto Screens each 10 feet wide to give you a very large view and is used to simulate real-life shipboard navigation conditions. • Bridge Team Management, Large Vessel Ship handling, ECDIS IMO Model Course 1.27, amongst other value added courses shall be run with the aid of the Ship handling simulator.
  • 58. UMTA BRIDGE SIMULATORBRIDGE SIMULATOR • The Ship handling Simulator is also fittedThe Ship handling Simulator is also fitted with two Infra red Cameras and Mikes forwith two Infra red Cameras and Mikes for the Instructor to monitor the expressionsthe Instructor to monitor the expressions & conversations of the participants to& conversations of the participants to judge the behavioural aspects of thejudge the behavioural aspects of the individual normally and duringindividual normally and during emergencies.emergencies. • Ports and exercise areas are modelledPorts and exercise areas are modelled with full day/night visual scenery.with full day/night visual scenery.
  • 59. UMTA ENGINE SIMULATORENGINE SIMULATOR The Univan Maritime Training Academy is equipped with a Full Mission STCW95 compliant Engine simulator.
  • 60. UMTA ENGINE SIMULATORENGINE SIMULATOR • The Machinery Space Simulator simulates the mainThe Machinery Space Simulator simulates the main propulsion and auxiliary plant in the engine roompropulsion and auxiliary plant in the engine room of a 120,000 dwt oil tanker classified for Unmannedof a 120,000 dwt oil tanker classified for Unmanned Machinery Space (UMS) operation, and is used forMachinery Space (UMS) operation, and is used for training marine engineers in areas such as:training marine engineers in areas such as: – starting up and shutting down procedures;starting up and shutting down procedures; – fault diagnosis and rectification;fault diagnosis and rectification; – optimising engine performance;optimising engine performance; – watchkeeping procedures;watchkeeping procedures; – function of unmanned machinery space (UMS)function of unmanned machinery space (UMS) systems.systems. – Cargo pumps & IG systemsCargo pumps & IG systems
  • 61. UMTA ENGINE SIMULATORENGINE SIMULATOR The Engine Room Simulator is used to provide diagnostic training and gives a realistic simulation of engine operation
  • 62. UMTA ENGINE ROOM SIMULATORENGINE ROOM SIMULATOR
  • 63. UMTA TRAINING ROOM 1TRAINING ROOM 1 Training Room is equipped with an overhead Projector for PowerPoint presentations.
  • 64. UMTA TRAINING ROOM 2TRAINING ROOM 2 The Training Room is approx. 250 sq.ft. in area. The Training Room 2 is also equippedThe Training Room 2 is also equipped with a DLP Projector.with a DLP Projector.
  • 65. UMTA 33RDRD FLOORFLOOR THE 3RD FLOOR IS APPROX. 3300 SQ.FT. AREA
  • 66. UMTA 33RDRD FLOORFLOOR A Full Mission LCHS Simulator with All 5 Modules (Oil, Chemical, LPG – Pressurised, LPG – Refrigerated & LNG) has been installed .
  • 67. UMTA LCHS SIMULATORLCHS SIMULATOR (VIEW OF TRAINEE STATION - CBT)(VIEW OF TRAINEE STATION - CBT) 33rdrd FLOORFLOOR (BRIEFING ROOM)(BRIEFING ROOM)
  • 68. UMTA LCHS SIMULATOR (CCR)LCHS SIMULATOR (CCR) LCHS CCRLCHS CCR (view of touch screen)(view of touch screen)
  • 69. UMTA LCHS SIMULATORLCHS SIMULATOR (LPG fully pressurised Mimic panel)(LPG fully pressurised Mimic panel) LCHS SIMULATORLCHS SIMULATOR (LPG fully refrigerated Mimic panel)(LPG fully refrigerated Mimic panel)
  • 70. UMTA LCHS SIMULATORLCHS SIMULATOR (LNG Mimic panel)(LNG Mimic panel) LCHS SIMULATORLCHS SIMULATOR (Oil Tanker Mimic panel)(Oil Tanker Mimic panel)
  • 71. UMTA LCHS SIMULATORLCHS SIMULATOR (Chemical Tanker Mimic panel)(Chemical Tanker Mimic panel)
  • 72. UMTA 33RDRD FLOORFLOOR Engine Room Machinery has been installed to provide practical or hands-on training for Engineers in routine operations as well as fault- finding and repair.
  • 73. UMTA HYDRAULIC TRAINERHYDRAULIC TRAINER O.W.S.O.W.S.
  • 74. UMTA LIBRARY / CONFERENCE ROOMLIBRARY / CONFERENCE ROOM The Training Academy also boasts of a well equipped Library designed with an ambience to make reading a pleasure.
  • 75. UMTA TRAINING STAFF AREATRAINING STAFF AREA COMPACTOR UNIT FOR TRAINING FILESCOMPACTOR UNIT FOR TRAINING FILES
  • 76. UMTA CAFETERIACAFETERIA LUNCH & TEA/COFFEE ARRANGEMENTS FORLUNCH & TEA/COFFEE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE CANDIDATESTHE CANDIDATES GUEST / TRAINEE WAITING AREAGUEST / TRAINEE WAITING AREA
  • 77. UMTA TOTAL NO. OF OFFICERS TRAINED AT UNIVAN MARITIME TRAINING ACADEMY: External Companies : 2264 Univan Officers : 5450 TOTAL NO. OF RATINGS TRAINED AT UNIVAN MARITIME TRAINING ACADEMY: External Companies : 1177 Univan Ratings : 1009
  • 78. UMTA 1. BRITISH MARINE PLC (Ex OBC) ( LONDON) 2. TAG SEALOGISTICS LIMITED (ESSAR OFFSHORE) 3. VARUN SHIPPING COMPANY LTD. 4. NORTRANS PTE LTD. 5. AMERICAN EAGLE TANKERS (PELICAN MARINE PTE LTD). 6. d’AMICO SHIPS (INDIA) PTE LTD. 7. NYK SHIP MANAGEMENT PTE LTD. 8. WILHELMSEN SHIPMANAGEMENT (Ex BARBER) 9. ESSAR SHIPPING LTD. ( ESSAR MAIN FLEET.) 10. SUNSHIP MARINE LTD. (IMC) 11. DOEHLE DANAUTIC SHIP MANAGEMENT PVT. LTD. 12. QATAR SHIPPING COMPANY 13. BERNHARD SCHULTE SHIP MANAGEMENT 14. HERALD MARITIME SERVICES PVT. LTD 15. THE SHIPPING CORPARATION IN INDIA 16. SEAARLAND SHIPPING MANGEMENT 17. SABINO MARINE SERVICES PVT. LTD. 18. GOODWOOD MARINE SERVICES PVT. LTD. 19. GENOA MARITIME 20. V SHIPS Companies commonly using Univan Maritime Training Academy for training their staff:
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