A practical and stimulating two-day course which provides the skills needed for installation and maintenance of electrics on boats, leading to an industry recognised qualification. The course is aimed at individuals with at least one year’s experience in boat electrics.
A two day course based around the BMEEA Code of Practice, the industry recommended standard. A course designed to give candidates a general overview of the knowledge and skills required for a BMEEA-certified Marine Electrical Technician. All information and required knowledge used mainly with UK marine electric systems and follows not only the BMEEA Code of Practice and ISOs, but also the Recreational Craft Directive (RCD).
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
- Qualification BMEEA-certified Marine Electrical Technician, an industry recognised qualification
- Qualified to the BMEEA Code of Practice standard
- Training course and a qualification
- BMEEA are industry leaders consistently updating the training to be internationally relevant
IS IT RIGHT FOR ME?
Suitable for electrical engineers with at least one year’s experience, looking to further the knowledge, skills and gaining a qualification in marine electrics.
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
Extensive information on everything individuals need to know about marine electrics, for carrying out electrical work on boats.
WHAT WILL IT COVER?
- Health & Safety
- AC & DC Circuits
- Circuit Diagrams & Standard Conventions
- Test & Measurement Equipment
- Generators & Motors
- Distribution Systems
- Batteries & Charging Systems
- Cables & Terminations
FURTHER COURSES TO CONSIDER:
- Marine Electronics Installer course
- Advanced Marine Electronics Installer course
- RCD Awareness course
- 18 - 19 February 2019 - Poole
- 8 - 9 April 2019 - Liverpool
Richard Broden-Cowell has a lifetime of experience within the marine electrical industry, much of it as Managing Director of Sure Power Marine, or working with companies such as Sunseeker International Ltd, Discovery Yachts, Le-Purple Marine and Hamble Yacht Services, to name but a few.
He also has many years experience teaching the skills of boat electrics, as a college lecturer.
Richard is an approved and certificated lecturer for British Marine, to deliver the BMET, MEI and AMEI courses. Some of these courses are delivered from his own classroom at The Marine Technology Centre on Bournemouth and Poole College campus.