Thursday, July 16, 2009

Marine Engineering Training.....


Zenith Maritime welcomes Mr. Charles “Chuck” Solarek to our faculty of professional instructors. Mr. Solarek brings his 26-years of experience aboard nuclear submarines in the US Navy in the repair and maintenance of marine propulsion machinery - auxiliary systems to the classroom with two new training courses.

Sound Marine Engineering Practices - This is an exciting new course for recreational boaters and marine industry professionals covering all aspects of marine engineering – propulsion, electrical, and auxiliary systems. ABYC, CFR, and NFPA requirements will be discussed. This class will be offered at Skip Anderson's Flagship Maritime Training Center in Fife, Washington beginning September 21, 2009 - please contact Skip at 253.227.2003 for registration information.

Commercial Workboat Engineering Practices – This is a course specifically designed for operators and crew of commercial workboats and fishing vessels. Basic diesel engine theory, operations, and repair are covered along with electrical, refrigeration, air, liquid, control, and hydraulic systems. Emphasis on CFR requirements.

Specialized or Custom Training – Please contact chuck@zenithmaritime.com.

2 comments:

indianist said...

Jobs is shipyard and in habor are now wide open those who have completed their course in marine engineering. Across the world there are ample of marine engineering jobs available to be filled in soon.

chethran said...


HaHa...I'll try to do some sketch when i got the time...




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