Talented Production Planner with 15 years of experience in providing supply chain management and process oversight to accomplish production goals. Accomplished in coordinating production schedules, monitoring inventory and managing resources to deliver mission critical shipboard repairs on time. Successful in assessing operations to develop solutions for streamlining processes and improving efficiency.
Performs Navy Afloat Maintenance Training Strategy (NAMTS) intermediate-level repair of marine gas turbine engines in support of Fleet-directed requirements. Demonstrates knowledge of intermediate-level repair procedures, repair and maintenance standards, quality assurance specifications, and proper use of IMA industrial machinery. Award of this NEC is based on documented completion of Fleet-specified tasks for this skill and demonstration of advanced level proficiency during hands-on training and production work as specified in the current Job Qualification Requirement (JQR) Training is led by journeyman-level craftsmen and supplemented by appropriate self-paced instruction consistent with Department of Labor journeyman certification
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to have a basic understanding of vessel engineering systems and maintenance; be able to safely navigate a small vessel; operate a small vessel under various weather conditions; react to emergency situations; rendezvous with support ship; and operate onboard communications systems. Audiovisual materials, practical exercises, simulation laboratory, and lecture. General course topics include rules of the road, engineering system hydraulics, propulsion, fuel, electrical rudder and bow thruster system; boat handling; emergency situations; and onboard communications
This course prepares the participant to work as a command Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor (DAPA), responsible to the Commanding Officer for the management and administration of the command's alcohol and other drug abuse prevention programs.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform duties as a member of a shipboard engineering department using knowledge and skills obtained in preventive and protective maintenance, equipment station alignment and interpretation, and electrical and mechanical safety for gas turbine generators. Practical exercises, discussion, laboratory, and lecture. Topics include mechanical and electrical safety, general physical and functional descriptions of DDG Gas Turbine Generators (GTG), parts, change out, engine accessories, lubrication systems, fuel, speed and governing ignition systems
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform duties as a member of a shipboard engineering department, using knowledge and skills obtained in preventive and protective maintenance, equipment station alignment and interpretation, and electrical and mechanical safety for gas turbines. Practical exercises, laboratory, lecture, and computer-based training. Topics include main components for gas turbine engines, maintenance philosophy for gas turbine engine repair, training and use of special tooling and equipment, alignment, adjustment and calibration procedures systematic fault isolation, disassembly, repair and reassembly, system operation and safety procedures, and mechanical and electrical safety.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform as an engineering operator (watchstander) on the propulsion and auxiliary control console and the electric plant control console onboard ship. Audiovisual materials, practical exercises, discussion, laboratory, and lecture. Topics include gas turbine control consoles
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to identify components and systems of a gas turbine engine, operate a gas turbine propulsion or electrical generating plant, and determine system conditions using test equipment and visual borescope inspection methods. Classroom lectures, demonstrations, and laboratory exercises are used to present electrical and electronic systems, gas turbine operation, basic AC/DC electrical systems, and industrial safety.
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