Approved Engine Course (AEC) Part 1
Duration: 4 days
Fee: £715.20 (Inc. VAT) per delegate.
10th - 13th July 2018
7th - 10th August 2018
10th - 13th September 2018
8th - 11th October 2018
5th - 8th November 2018
3rd - 6th December 2018
Course Overview: The course is designed to give delegates knowledge about the general care and maintenance to keep engines on smaller vessels in good operational order.
The course is approved by the UK’s Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) and is ideal for the owners or operators of small inshore and pleasure vessels. The AEC could also be the first step into the engineering department of a superyacht.
The aim of the course is to enable students to be able to complete all the necessary checks and action required to keep the engine operating when the boat is being used.
Delivery of the content is split into both classroom activities and practical application. The basic operation of engines and their support systems will be covered as well as the checks and fault finding required using actual systems fitted to boats.
Delegates will be assessed throughout the course with a final assessment on day 4.
Trainer to delegate ratio of 1:16 for theory and 1:8 for practical exercises.
Upon successful completion of the course you will be presented with the original certificate.
We can arrange flights from anywhere in the world, local accommodation and even airport transfers for course delegates.
Approved Engine Course (AEC) Part 2
Duration: 5 days
Fee: Please enquire.
Course Dates: Dates are yet to be confirmed. Please enquire for further information.
Prerequisites: Approved Engine Course (AEC)
Course Overview: The course is designed to follow on from the Approved Engine Course and include tuition about the engineering systems required to support the, power plant and operation of smaller vessels operating in limited areas.
The course is approved by the UK’s Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) and is ideal for the owners or operators of small inshore and pleasure vessels. The AEC part 2 would also befit the junior engineering staff working in or expecting to work in the engineering department of a superyacht.
Delivery of the content is split into both classroom activities and practical application. The basic operation of engineering systems such as electrical supplies, hydraulic systems, care of fresh water, refrigeration, planned maintenance systems and safe engineering working practices.
When combined with AEC part 1, this unit can also be included as part of the award for an MCA’s Marine Engine Operators Licence (MEOL) which is the licences required by the Chief Engineer on UK Flagged vessel of less than 750 kW operating in near coastal waters (150 miles from the nearest shore)