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Diploma in Marine Engineering

Distance learning training course for marine engineering and marine engineering practice

Starts 26 November 2018

Delivered by tutored distance learning


Diploma in Marine Engineering

Together with the necessary technical knowledge, an understanding of the relevant industrial legislation and safe operating practices is essential for any marine engineer.

This Diploma in Marine Engineering will equip you with a firm understanding of the principles associated with marine engineering and engineering management practices.

When: 26 November 2018
Where: Delivered online with the support of leading industry experts
Duration: 12 months
Qualification: Lloyd’s Maritime Academy Professional Development

Ideal for:

  • Naval architects, design coordinators, purchasing professionals, sales managers and logistics personnel
  • Marine surveyors, fleet or vessel superintendents and HSSE personnel needing to develop their engineering knowledge
  • Project managers, coordinators and production supervisors involved in vessel design, build, modification, repair or scrapping
  • Insurance and claims executives plus legal and financial professionals working in the maritime sector
  • Seagoing marine engineers wishing to develop and widen their professional seagoing knowledge
  • Maritime professionals needing to develop technical understanding of engineering theories and mechanical principles

    Course Modules | Courses Fees | About Online Learning
     

 11 MODULES AVAILABLE

  • Marine Engineering in Context: Maritime Transport; Ships and Machinery
  • An Introduction to the Science that Supports Marine Engineering Practice
  • Naval Architecture: Hydrostatics, Stability and Ship Design
  • Power Generation and Control: Electro-technology, Electronics and Control Engineering
  • Thermodynamics, Heat Engine Principles
  • Fuel and Marine Propulsion Design
  • Auxiliary and Ancillary Machinery
  • Analysis of Data
  • The Investigation Report
  • Post-Publication of a Marine Accident Report
  • A Mock Marine Accident Investigation and Report

Download the full course syllabus to find out more about each module and what you will learn on the course


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Course tutor

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Paul Russell MSc BA (Hons)
MIMarEST

Paul completed a traditional cadetship with Cunard Shipping Services before serving on all types of vessels from passenger ships to super tankers during his seagoing career.

His sea service also included medium-speed engines powering small tankers, slow-speed engines driving bulk carriers and steam plant providing power for the first container ships.


Paul is joined by a host of expert authors, you can read more here.


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Continue your studies to Master's level

The credits gained on completion of your Diploma allow you to continue your studies with Middlesex University to gain a postgraduate qualification. You can study an MBA in Marine Engineering, or gain advance standing onto the MSc in Marine Operations. This continuation route has only been recognised for graduates of Lloyd's Maritime Academy Diplomas.



Read more about the MSc

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