2705 | Qualified Member of Engineering Department (QMED) – Electrician/Refrigerating Engineer
Course Number: 2705
Course Length: 240 hours
Location: Norfolk, Virginia
Minimum Class Size: 2
Maximum Class Size: 8
Please bring picture ID on first day of class
2021 COURSE DATES:
11/08/2021 – 12/17/2021 (Online)
2022 COURSE DATES:
02/07/2022 – 03/18/2022
05/02/2022 – 06/10/2022
07/25/2022 – 09/02/2022
10/17/2022 – 11/25/2022
Any applicant who has successfully completed the QMED – Electrician/Refrigerating Engineer (MIDATL-801) course within 1 year of application will satisfy the professional examination requirements of 46 CFR 12.501(c)(5) for a national rating endorsement as QMED-Electrician/Refrigerating Engineer.
This course objectives are in compliance with the requirements of 46 CFR 12.501(c)(5). This training satisfies the requirements of Table 1 to 46 CFR 12.505(c) for Refrigerating Engineer / Electrician examination modules. The course includes a hands-on practical and a classroom lecture portion for theory and familiarization.
The assessments for this course are in accordance with Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping tables- A-III/1, for competence in knowledge of the following:
Table A-III/1 Specification of minimum standard of competence for officers in charge of an engineering watch in a manned engine-room or designated duty engineers in a periodically unmanned engine-room.
Function: Marine engineering at the operational level
Competence: Operate main and auxiliary machinery and associated control systems
Knowledge, understanding, and proficiency: Other auxiliaries, including various pumps, air compressor, purifier, fresh water generator, heat exchanger, refrigeration, air-conditioning and ventilation systems.
Preparation, operation, fault detection and necessary measures to prevent damage for the other auxiliaries, including refrigeration, air-conditioning and ventilation systems
Function: Electrical, electronic and control engineering at the operational level
Competence: Operate electrical, electronic and control systems
Knowledge, understanding, and proficiency: Basic configuration and operation principles of the following electrical, electronic and control equipment:
- generator and distribution system
- preparing, starting, paralleling and changing over generators
- electrical motors including starting methodologies
- high-voltage installations
- sequential control circuits and associated system devices
- characteristics of basic electronic circuit elements
- flowchart for automatic and control systems
- functions, characteristics and features of control systems for machinery items, including main propulsion plant operation control and steam boiler automatic controls