The Mumbai Branch of The Institute of Marine Engineers (India) in collaboration with Anglo Eastern Maritime Training Centre is coming up with the 7th Course of the proposed series of value-added courses from 16th -20th August 2022 through on-line platform Zoom on the topic “Instrumentation & Automation Course for Marine Engineers and ETO’s”.
Soon after the tremendous success and overwhelming responses from all the 6 courses so far which was held in October & December 2021 as well as the other four held in the month of March, April, May, June 2022 respectively. The batches were full beforehand for the course.
This course is in great demand, and received an overwhelming response in inaugural batch.
The purpose of conducting such courses is to serve as a continuing Education and Training program for seafarers, superintendents, surveyors, technical assistants, and other members of the marine fraternity to enable them to keep abreast of the latest developments in this topic. The course has been designed by the best in the industry and will be accompanied by the ‘Quality’ stamp associated with the IME(I) & AEMTC.
Enroll asap to avoid the disappointment of full batch. A special request is being made to you to enable wide publicity, preferably in advance through your communication channels.
You are requested to kindly register using this Link https://linktr.ee/imei.m and provide us your details, including the correct name as required on the Certificate. After completing the registration formalities and receipt of the payment, you will receive a confirmation from IME(I).
Any prospective candidate who is interested may contact: Ms. Nimisha Nayan – 9373394137/ Ms. Neetha Nair – 9930977647; The Institute of Marine Engineers (India) – Mumbai Branch, or drop an email to: ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’ for further details.Tags: Anglo Eastern Marine Training Centre, IMEI, Instrumentation & Automation, marine engineers
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