The course aims to provide Marine Engineer Officer at Management Level the skills and knowledge to manage the operation and safety of High Voltage (HV) Installations onboard. (ref STCW 2010 table A-III/2 and B-III/2). It gives participants
1. Understanding of the principles and concept of Electric Propulsion and Control System which are used on Marine vessels and Offshore installations.
2. Understand the risks management in High Voltage.
3. Know the safe protection gears available and how to use them properly.
4. Understand the safety procedures and management in HV operation and maintenance.
A. Know the design features for High Voltage Installations onboard marine vessels and offshore installations.
B. Know the hazards in HV installations and understand the safe operations involving high voltage.
Holders of CoCs Class 1 or Class 2 Engineer Officer with no prior experience on High Voltage Installations.
Electrical Engineers working on Offshore Installations
Minimum Entry Requirements:
• CoC 1 / CoC 2 Engineer Officer: or
• Diploma in Electrical Electronic Engineering
1 Explain the Classification of High Voltage
1.1 Explain factors considered in classifying a voltage as "high
voltage" and reference to International Electrotechnical
Commission (IEC) 60092, Electrical installations in ships
series and IEC 61892, Mobile and fixed offshore units -
Electrical installations series
1.2 State the advantages of High-Voltage.
1.3 State the advantages of an insulated system
2.1 Explain the Generation and Distribution of high-voltage on
2.2. Describe with sketch the Electric Propulsion system.
2.3 Explain Synchro-convertors and Cyclo-convertors.
2.4 Describe Functional, Operational and safety requirements for
a marine high-voltage system.
2.5 Explain the assigning qualified personal to carry out
maintenance and repair of high-voltage switchgear of various
2.6 State the various types of High-voltage switchgear.
2.7 Describe the High Voltage equipment: Circuit breakers, Cable, Fuses
3.1 Explain the Remedial action necessary during faults in high
3.2 Explain the Switching strategy for isolating components of a
high voltage system.
3.3 Explain the Selection of Suitable Apparatus for isolation and
testing of high-voltage equipment
3.4 Explain the Switching and isolation procedure on marine
high-voltage system, complete with safety documentation.
3.5 Explain the Performance of insulation resistance and
polarization index on high voltage equipment.
Practical (4 hours)
Know the Operational Safety of High-Voltage Installations
4. Explain how to use HV personal protection equipment
4.1 Explain Insulated Gloves, Goggles, Insulating Bars,
Insulating Foot wear, Mates, Earthing Cables, HV Testers
4.2 Explain terms of Certification of Personal Protection
4.3 Explains HV safety procedures:
4.3.1 - Permission and coordination of HV works
4.3.2 - Information, Warnings and protection against
unauthorized influence on safety.
4.3.3 - Assistance during HV work
4.3.4- Checking for voltage presence before any work starts.
Award / Certification / Accreditation: Certificate of Attendance/Certificate of Performance
Certificate of Performance (ref STCW 2010 table A-III/2 and B-III/2)
Fees Payable: $2000 (before GST)
1. MCF Training Grant is available for eligible participants. Please refer to www.mpa.gov.sg/mcf for information.
2. SkillsFuture Credit (SFC
With effect from January 2016, Singaporeans aged 25 years and above who received their SkillsFuture Credit account activation letter will be eligible for an initial credit of $500 which can be used to pay for course fees for a range of eligible skills-related courses. The credits can be used on top of existing course fee subsidies/funding.
This is only applicable to self-sponsored applicants. Application via SkillsFuture Portal can only be made starting from 30 days before the course commencement date.
- All applications must be made via Online Registration at pace.sp.edu.sg
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- All successful applicants will be notified with a letter of confirmation via email.
- Withdrawal and Deferment
Withdrawal and deferment notice must be made in writing to the Professional & Adult Continuing Education (PACE) Academy via email to [email protected]. For withdrawal cases, the portion of course fee to be refunded is based on the date of notice as follows:
· 2 weeks before the commencement of the course - Full refund
· Less than 2 weeks before commencement of the course - 70% refund
· On or after date of commencement - No refund
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