Fleet Management
Training Institute

At Fleet Management Training Institute (FMTI), we are driven by the notion that knowledge has no value unless you use and share it. Our ambition is to help shape the future generation of maritime leaders by providing best-in-class training to set them up for success in an industry that is fast evolving.

Training is a critical component of a career as a seafarer as it is necessary to have the knowledge and skillset to uphold safety standards, ensure regulatory compliance and improve the commercial and operational efficiency of ships. Training must be strategic and well planned, not just in terms of ensuring that content is up to date but also in doing our best to deliver training material and information effectively. Training is as much about educating as it is about engagement.

We offer a curriculum that covers a wide range of subjects and topics either in-person at our Institute or entirely virtually through our robust digital training platform. We hope to create an environment and experience for seafarers that is informative and engaging and promotes a healthy exchange of dialogue and interaction.

Curriculum

Engine Room Simulator Management Level

Designed to enhance the skills and knowledge of Marine Engineers at the managerial level on efficiently handling ship’s machinery

Engine Room Simulator Operational Level

Designed to enhance the watchkeeping ability of Marine Engineers aspiring to excel in their roles at the operational level

ECDIS Generic Training

Designed to give in-depth training to the bridge watch-keeping team on using ECDIS as an effective and efficient tool for navigation

Ship Maneuvering Simulator and Bridge Teamwork

Designed to enhance the skill and knowledge of the bridge team on efficiently handling ships

Basic Training in Oil and Chemical Tanker Cargo Operations

Designed for officers and ratings who have specific responsibilities related to cargo and cargo equipment on oil and chemical tankers

Engine Room Resource Management (Marshall Islands Flag Approved)

Designed to enhance the skills and knowledge of Marine Engineers on efficiently handling ship's machinery

Weekly course schedule

15 July 2024
Monday
16 July 2024
Tuesday
17 July 2024
Wednesday
18 July 2024
Thursday
19 July 2024
Friday
20 July 2024
Saturday
- - LSA / FFA WEBINAR (A.M) - N.O.T (Jr.DK) DAY 1 (Min 6 - Max 30 Candidates) N.O.T (Jr.DK) DAY 2 (Min 6 - Max 30 Candidates)
SAFER TCUP / EMS / PDOS for RATINGS (Min 20 - Max 64 candidates) ESE / RA / OJ for RATINGS (Min 6 - Max 24 Candidates) SAFER TCUP / EMS / PDOS for RATINGS (Min 20 - Max 64 candidates) ESE / RA / OJ for RATINGS (Min 6 - Max 24 Candidates) SAFER TCUP / EMS / PDOS for RATINGS (Min 20 - Max 64 candidates) -
BRM 5D (8) DAY 1 (Min 4 - Max 8) BRM 5D (8) DAY 2 (Min 4 - Max 8) BRM 5D (8) DAY 3 (Min 4 - Max 8) BRM 5D (8) DAY 4 (Min 4 - Max 8) BRM 5D (8) DAY 5 (Min 4 - Max 8) -
LSH (Fixed Capacity 8 Candidates) BRM DAY 1  (Fixed Capacity 8 Candidates) BRM DAY 2  (Fixed Capacity 8 Candidates) BRM DAY 3  (Fixed Capacity 8 Candidates) ANCH (Fixed Capacity 4 Candidates) -
- SAFER T CUP OFFICERS (AM) (NEW JOINERS) - SAFER T CUP OFFICERS (AM) (EXISTING JOINERS) - Max 60 - SHELL - MARITIME PARTNERS IN SAFETY- OFF (AM)
NACOT (Min 6- Max 30 Candidates) COMMERICAL OPERATIONS (Min 6- Max 20 Candidates) EMS Off (Min 6 - Max 60 Candidates) ESE OFF (Min 6- Max 60 Candidates) VIQ (Min 6- Max 60 Candidates) -
A.E.O.T (Minimum 12 Candidates- Elec.Off) DAY 1 A.E.O.T (Minimum 12 Candidates- Elec.Off) DAY 2 A.E.O.T (Minimum 12 Candidates- Elec.Off) DAY 3 A.E.O.T (Minimum 12 Candidates- Elec.Off) DAY 4 A.E.O.T (Minimum 12 Candidates- Elec.Off) DAY 5 -
- TME ASSESSMENT TME ASSESSMENT - - -
- - - STOCTCSO Day 1 (Min 12- Max 30) STOCTCSO Day 2 (Min 12- Max 30) -
P -SEA / W- SEA (For Relevant Rating Ranks) P - SEA / W- SEA (For Relevant Rating Ranks) P - SEA / W- SEA (For Relevant Rating Ranks) P - SEA / W - SEA (For Relevant Rating Ranks) - -
CADET INDUCTION CADET INDUCTION CADET INDUCTION CADET INDUCTION / WAS CADET INDUCTION / WAS -
MENTORING FOR DECK OFFICERS (EMAIL / MS TEAMS) MENTORING FOR DECK OFFICERS (EMAIL / MS TEAMS) MENTORING FOR DECK OFFICERS (EMAIL / MS TEAMS) MENTORING FOR DECK OFFICERS (EMAIL / MS TEAMS) PSC (Min 6 - Max 50 Candidates) MENTORING FOR DECK OFFICERS (EMAIL / MS TEAMS)
MENTORING FOR ENGINEERS (EMAIL / MS TEAMS) MENTORING FOR ENGINEERS (EMAIL / MS TEAMS) MENTORING FOR ENGINEERS (EMAIL / MS TEAMS) MENTORING FOR ENGINEERS (EMAIL / MS TEAMS) MENTORING FOR ENGINEERS (EMAIL / MS TEAMS) MENTORING FOR ENGINEERS (EMAIL / MS TEAMS)
View abbreviations + -

AEOT: Advance Elec .Officer Training; ANC: Anchoring procedures; BRM: Bridge resource management; ECEOT: Electronic Controlled Engine Operation and Troubleshooting. EMS: Environmental management system; ESE: Enclosed space entry procedures; LEWUC: LNG Engine with Unfied Control; LSH: Large ship handling; NACOT: Navigation and command orientation training; NCCT: Narrow Channel and Canal Transit; NOT: Navigation orientation training; OJ: Obstruction of justice; PDOS: Pre-departure orientation seminar; PSC: Port state control preparation; P-SEA: Painting Skill Enhancement and Assessment; RA: Risk assessment; STOCTCSO: Specialized Training for Oil & Chem Tkr Cargo and Safety Operation; VIQ: Tanker vetting inspection; W-SEA: Welding Skill Enhancement and Assessment