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National Maritime College of Ireland,
Ringaskiddy,
Co. Cork,
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Telephone: 021-4970609
Fax: 021-4970696
E-mail: mailto:services@nmci.ie

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Designated Security Duties May 11th

Posted: April 28, 2015

NMCI Services will be running a Designated Security Duties Course on May 11th at the National Maritime College of Ireland in Ringaskiddy. This course is STCW Compliant and runs over the course of 1 day. Delegates are advised that spaces are limited and we would recommend booking early. You can book your place by clicking here.

Our location is what sets us apart from our competitors. With great connectivity to Europe we are an ideal location for delegates from Ireland, the U.K. and further afield. With no VAT on training on Ireland why not let NMCI Services be your first port of call for all your training needs.

Want further information on who we are? Why not check out our website here, or even have a look at some testimonials from delegates who have completed courses with us before. Just in case you still want some more information then why not give us a call on +353 21 4335609.

 

Prerequisite for this course;

 

Serving Seafarers

It is intended that those attending this course will be serving seafarers that are likely to be designated with security duties in connection with the Ship Security Plan. Serving seafarers in this case would be currently serving at sea, or persons who would have their qualifications other than security training ‘in-date’.

 

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High Voltage Management May 25th

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Where better to complete your training than at NMCI, Europe’s leading maritime college. With a $100 million dollar state of the art facility located only 1 mile from Cork Harbour,and with great connectivity to Europe, NMCI Services should be your first port of call.

And lest we forget to mention that there is no VAT on training in Ireland so we should definitely be top of mind for all your training needs. If you are still unsure then why not look at some testimonials from delegates who completed training with us here.

So, to cut a long story short we are delighted to announce that NMCI Services are offering a scheduled High Voltage (Management) Training Course, May 25th – 29th.

 

High Voltage Management Course

As the High Voltage (Management) course is a commercial course, it is available to book online at the following link: High Voltage (M). Once you have registered and paid online you will appear on the course participants list. Unfortunately, we cannot accept provisional course booking requests as there are limited places available. The course cost is €1,200 per delegate.

This course is suitable for marine engineering officers, electrical or electro-technical officers, engineer surveyors and marine superintendents. The training gives seafarers the essential education and training in high voltage (HV) installations to meet the Knowledge, Understanding and Proficiency requirements as set out in STCW 2010 Tables A-III/2 and A-III/6 for electrical, electronic and control systems at the management level.

 

Course Content

The course consists of a blend of classroom and practical training using dedicated facilities to enable students to achieve the following training outcomes:

  • Management of HV operations on board a ship, including familiarisation with HV safety rules, procedures and legislation, knowledge of electrical hazards, and completion of safety records and documentation.
  • Understanding the HV system and the maintenance of distribution capability, including operational and safety features, function of protection devices, HV switch room arrangements, analysing the protection of marine distribution systems  and practical maintenance.
  • Identification of faults within an HV system and reconfiguration of the system to maintain electrical supply, including identification of fault levels and conditions, and compiling and implementing a switching plan to isolate a high voltage distribution fault

 

The course will commence at 9am Monday May 18th and to ensure a timely start we kindly request all delegates to report to reception no later than 08.45am.

Should you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact us at services@nmci.ie and we’d be delighted to assist.

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Nautical Institute Ireland Branch Meeting

Posted: April 23, 2015

 

We are delighted to inform you that the Nautical Institute Ireland Branch Meeting will be taking place here at the National Maritime College of Ireland on Wednesday the 29th April 2015. The branch meeting will run from 1900hrs- 2000hrs   

 

Human Element Presentation by:

  • GEMMA INNES-JONES
  • LLOYD’S REGISTER HUMAN ELEMENT SPECIALIST

 

Further details available here:  http://www.nautinst.org/en/events/index.cfm/IrelandAGM2015

 

The notice for the AGM can be found by clicking on this link: Branch AGM Notice 2015

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Want to work with us?

Posted: April 22, 2015

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Apprenticeship Opportunity with SEFtec NMCI Offshore (S.N.O)

SEFtec NMCI Offshore are global leaders in the delivery of OPITO training courses. With a range of courses from BOSIET (Basic Offshore Safety Induction & Emergency Training), FOET (Further Offshore Emergency Training), MIST (Minimum Industry Safety Training), to HUET & EBS (Helicopter Underwater Escape Training with Emergency Breathing Systems) we are one of the leading offshore training centres worldwide.

Having invested in excess of 60 million euros ($100 million dollars) into our state of the art training facilities we provide delegates with the most up to date training. As a dynamic company which is growing year on year we are now looking to expand our team and will be recruiting two apprentices’ to join the S.N.O team.

Candidate Profile:

  • ·         Over 18 years of age
  • ·         Completion of the leaving certificate or equivalent
  • ·         Demonstrated ability to work within a team
  • ·         Ability to communicate effectively and professionally with peers, other groups, clients, internal associates.
  • ·         An interest in the Offshore /Maritime sector
  • ·         Willingness to travel abroad
  • ·         Water Confident / High Level of Fitness
  • ·         Delegates will be required to undergo a medical if successful as some aspects of the course are physically demanding.

 

Reporting to the Operations Manager the two apprentices will undergo a 24 month intensive programme achieving recognised Instructor qualifications and on the job experience. The duties will involve, but are not limited to, the following;

  • Ensure that safety standards for both staff and delegates are adhered to at all times
  • Provide support for Commercial courses / courses to the Offshore Oil and Gas sectors/ Maritime sector
  • Achieve competency in Sea Survival Equipment Maintenance
  • Complete various Instructor Courses which will provide the foundation for an Instructor and meet the demands of the company going forward
  • Obtain the competencies required to teach and assess, as per the standards laid down in the OPITO guidelines, and STCW guidelines
  • Attend classes as deemed appropriate by management (academic and practical sessions) both at the NMCI and other locations as required (e.g. offshore,  Client premises)
  • Comply with the procedures, staff notices, communications as issued by management & any other duties deemed relevant by management 

Application Procedure:

Write a 300 word statement of intent outlining why you think you would be suitable for the apprenticeship program with SEFtec NMCI Offshore and email this with an accompanying CV to the following emails: James.OByrne@nmci.ie & Raymond.Johnston@nmci.ie . Successful candidates will be shortlisted and called for interview.  Closing date: 30th June 2015  

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OPITO are recruiting

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Looking for a job?

Love the idea of working with a global company?

Well look no further, OPITO are recruiting.

OPITO’s vision is to be the global leader in standards, competence and skills for the oil and gas industry.

Check out the job spec here.

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NMCI Sailing Club place 3rd

Posted: April 21, 2015

Great news to report that NMCI Sailing Club successfully secured 3rd in France! As the only Irish team to compete in the “Hydro’s Cup” in Le Havre, Normandy, they certainly flew the Irish flag in style, with a top class performance. The boats in 1st and 2nd were two of the local teams who know the boats and waters very well. The top three boats finished within 40 seconds of each other in nearly every race, making for a superb spectacle. On board was: Conor Haughton – Nautical Science,  Andy Verso- Marine Engineering,  Rob Scandrett – Nautical Science, Audrius Kaminskas – Nautical Science,  Aaron Little – Nautical Science.

Congratulations from the team here at NMCI Services.

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May 2015 Course Dates

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Employment Opportunity on The RV Celtic Explorer

Posted: April 20, 2015

 

The RV Celtic Explorer  seeks a class two second Engineer. The ideal candidate will have the relevant STCW Courses completed and will be working 1:1 approximately 4 weeks. For further information regarding this employment opportunity contact the Galway office today. Email CV’s to:  marie.briscoe@pomaritime.com                 

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Maritime Law Seminar comes to Cork

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The Irish Maritime Law Association are hosting their annual conference this year in Cork. The programme is very rich and will cover many topical issues of direct relevance to the marine and maritime activities here in Cork. As you may know, the IMLA is the Irish branch of the Comité Maritime International, so this annual conference is an important event for Cork.

If you have any question, please contact Benedicte (B.Sage@ucc.ie) , or Paul Gill (Paul.Gill@dilloneustace.ie).

 

Programme of events: SEMINAR FULL PROGRAMME-13.04.2015-BMcK

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Entry deadline extended for Maritime Industry Awards 2015

Posted: April 16, 2015

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There is Still Time to Enter .Deadline Extended to Thursday 23rd April

 

April 16th, 2015

 

 

 

There have been high levels of interest in the Maritime Industry Awards, we have therefore decided to extend the deadline to Thursday 23rd April. This means you now have more time to fully perfect your entry, with the awards taking place on 18th June at the Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin 4.It could be your year! Don’t let competitors walk away with your award.Taking place under the patronage of the National Maritime College of Ireland, the awards promise to be the premier event in the maritime calendar, recognising and celebrating the companies and individuals demonstrating excellence, innovation and originality across the maritime sector, including: 

Manufacturing | Port Operations | Logistics | Commercial Excellence | Innovation | Tourism & Leisure | Sustainability | Aquaculture | Education & Training and many more!

 

Want an idea of what to expect? Click here for some videos and photos from our other award shows, including the Irish Logistics & Transport Awards and Aviation Industry Awards.

What are you waiting for? There is no charge to enter so you have nothing to lose!

 

Why You Should Enter The Awards:

  1. Win new business – being a finalist certifies excellence and proves to clients that you are an industry leader.
  2. National exposure – let the industry know who’s top of their game. Shortlisted entrants and winners will have their profiles raised and will receive national coverage in the Irish Independent. Winners will also be part of the picture editorial in the Irish Independent.
  3. Get your work in front of top industry names, including our judges who are made up of the industry’s most influential thinkers and doers.
  4. Network – make valuable contacts and network with other industry professionals and colleagues new and old.

 

 

 

       
   
   
     

 

.  Sponsoring The Awards 

We are delighted to welcome on board Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM) as sponsors to this year’s awards. BIM, the Seafood Development Agency, provides a range of development, training, business and innovation services to the industry.

 

Have you thought about being a sponsor? Sponsorship has been proven over the years to help companies meet their business objectives in developing business contacts, brand visibility and strong market position. The awards program opens doors for all types of companies and can ultimately win you new business. Click here for more information.

 

There are options for all budgets, so to find out more about sponsoring the Maritime Industry Awards, please contact Kevin O’Driscoll on 01 407 0594 or email Kevin at kevin@eventstrategies.ie

 

 

 

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