Courses

Cources

Deck Cadet

Salary Approx-15000 to 50000,Age- 17 to 25,Eligibility – 10+2

A Deck Officer starts his career as a Deck Cadet. During the pre-sea training, he will prepared for the Nautical disciplines and will be responsible for the Navigation, Cargo handling maintenance and other associated duties on board merchant navy ships. After specified periods of intervening sea service on Board a ship, cadet can progress to the rank of Captain. The career in Merchant Navy as Deck Officer is very rewarding both financially and also in job satisfaction, an opportunity to see the world. Meet different people enabling to broaden the horizons and totally free.

CCMC

Salary Approx-15000 to 50000,Age- 17 to 25,Eligibility – 10th

Duration of the CCMC Course is 6 months. There is no scope for leave or sick leave during the course. This is a RESIDENTIAL course (hostel is compulsory). As a part of training candidates need to be prepared for practical work including looking after living quarters, and the campus.

CCMC trains persons in stewarding and cooking. Work involves of preparing & providing food, beverages & housekeeping services to officers and crew of the ship. They are also trained as deck- hand in case of requirement on board.

G.P. Rating

Salary Approx-15000 to 50000,Age- 17 to 25,Eligibility – 10th

On successful completion of this Pre – Sea training, the candidates will be able to join as a RATING in Indian & Foreign shipping companies as a Deck Crew or Engine Crew. The G.P.Rating candidate will be able to work in all seamanship activities on-board at deck side and other work at Engine side. With further Sea-service, they will be promoted as DECK SERANG, BOSUN, Able-Bodied Seamen / Engine Fitter etc.,

They can also be promoted to officer Level with certain service and qualification requirements. After completing this Pre-Sea Training, exams will be conducted by Board of examination for sea farers (BES) & successful candidates are eligible to obtain Continuous Discharge Certificate (INDIAN CDC) from the Directorate General of Shipping, Government of India. There are wide job opportunities for our Indian Seamen all over the world.

Safety Officer

Salary Approx-18000 to 40000,Age- 17 to 35,Eligibility – Graduation

This course is designed for all personnel appointed to the role of the Ship Safety Officer under the International Safety Management Code (ISM)

The Ship Safety Officer Course is conducted in accordance with Merchant Navy Training Board course criteria.
This training is intended to meet the requirements set out in The Merchant Shipping and Fishing Vessels (Health and Safety at Work) Regulations 1997 (SI 1997 No. 2962) (the Regulations) and the Code of Safe Working Practice for Merchant Seafarers (CoSWP)

GS

Salary Approx-11000 to 16000,Age- 17 to 35,Eligibility – 10th

A warship is a mini floating city with an integral power generation and distribution system. In addition, complex missile systems, underwater weapons, radar and radio communication equipment form major part of a warship’s equipment. A majority of these are either computer-based or computer aided and incorporate the latest trends in electronics engineering. For a ship to be able to fight effectively, all these equipment must be kept working at peak efficiency. Electrical Officers have this responsibility and other challenging tasks. To sharpen their skills, the Navy offers excellent opportunities for post-graduate courses in India/abroad to deserving candidates. Note: Officers of the Engineering and Electrical Branches can also volunteer for the Aviation/ Submarine Arm.

OS

Salary Approx-10000 to 20000,Age- 17 to 30,Eligibility – 10th

Operations Specialists function as plotters, radio-telephone and Command and Control sound-powered telephone talkers and maintain Combat Information Center (CIC) displays of strategic and tactical information. OSs operate surveillance and altitude radars’ Identification Friend or Foe (IFF), and associated equipment. They serve as air traffic controllers for helicopters and fixed-wing supersonic jet aircraft.

Upon completion of the required rating courses, OSs will be able to plot a ship’s position, heading, and speed. They operate common marine electronic navigation instruments including radar systems, and provide target plotting data to the combat information center based on information received from target tracking devices.

Engine Cadet

Salary Approx-12000 to 25000,Age- 17 to 30,Eligibility – 10th

Engine cadets are the aspiring Engine officers. Their superior is the Chief Engineer, who will according to their training program, inform them of their duties. Engine Cadets are trainee engineers who are completing sea time necessary before they can obtain a watch keeping licence. As part of the team servicing the working belly of the ship, Engineering Cadets assist and understudy the ship’s Engineering Officers in their duties.

Engineering Cadets enter into a training program that lasts between 18 months and three years, a large part of which will be spent onboard receiving structured training and building up experience.

E.T.O.

Salary Approx-10000 to 35000,Age- 17 to 35,Eligibility – Polytechnic

Electrical Officers are responsible for monitoring all electronic and electrical equipment onboard to maximise the operational safety and efficiency of the vessel. As an electrical officer, you’ll work in close association with deck and engineering officers for all electrical and hydraulic technology and machinery related challenges. You’ll be responsible for power generation and distribution systems and for other equipment such as lifts, reefers and electrical bus systems.

Welder

Salary Approx-10000 to 18000,Age- 17 to 35,Eligibility – ITI

The Certified Welder (CW) program is a performance-based program with no prerequisite courses or certifications required. Final certification will provide “transferrable” credentials that you may take with you wherever you go. The CW program tests welders to procedures used in the structural steel, petroleum pipelines, sheet metal and chemical refinery welding industries. There is a provision to test to a company-supplied or non-code welding specification. Tests for CW are performed at AWS Accredited Testing Facilities located throughout the world.

Many, regardless of their branch affiliations, consider the Navy to be the premier training ground for welders. The other three branches send most enlisted welding students to a welding school at the Aberdeen ordinance proving ground in Maryland. The Navy, however, has it’s own welding school in the shipyards of Norfolk Virginia.