MITAGS ~ PMI June 2017 E-Bulletin

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By MarEx 2017-05-08 13:48:45

Upcoming Courses

Upcoming Courses at PMI

To learn more about these courses please click on below links or contact Mary McGhee at: mmcghee@mates.org

Courses

Dates (2017)

ECDIS

June 5-9

Basic Shiphandling

June 5-9

Medical Care Provider

June 5-9

Medical Person in Charge

June 5-16

GMDSS

June 5-16

HAZWOPER - 24 Hour

June 7-9

DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing (1-Day)

June 10

Basic Training - Refresher

June 10-12

Cargo Handling & Stowage (OIC Level)

June 12-16

Basic Training

June 12-16

HAZWOPER Refresher

June 13

Vessel Personnel w Designated Security Duties

June 19

Radar Renewal

June 19

Advanced Fire Fighting

June 19-22

Leadership & Managerial Skills

June 19-23

Basic Training - Refresher

June 24-26

Engine Resource Management

June 26-30

Integrated Electronic Navigation

June 27-29

Upcoming Courses at MITAGS

To learn more about these courses please click on below links or contact MITAGS Admissions at: admissions@mitags.org

Courses

Dates (2017)

Advanced Meteorology

June 5-9

Advanced Shiphandling I

June 5-9

License Prep - Original 3rd Mate

June 5-23

Designated Duty Engineer (Unlimited)

June 5-30

Radar Renewal (Night)

June 7

Damage Control

June 7-9

CBR-D Orientatin (1-Day)

June 9

DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing (1-Day)

June 12

Small Arms Training

June 12-15

Advanced Stability

June 12-16

Advanced Shiphandling II

June 12-16

DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing (1-Day)

June 19

Leadership & Managerial Skills

June 19-23

Bridge Resource Management

June 19-23

Advanced Firefighting Reval and Refresher

June 20-21

Radar Renewal (Night)

June 21

Radar Renewal (Night)

June 22

Basic Training - Revalidation

June 22-23

Basic Training - Refresher

June 22-24

Medical Person in Charge - Refresher

June 26-30

Hazardous Materials

June 26-30

ECDIS

June 26-30

Emergency Shiphandling (5-Day)

June 26-30

Client Solutions

MITAGS-PMI Completes Validation Study for Cheniere

MITAGS-PMI successfully completed an Aids to Navigation Validation Study (ATONS) for the Cheniere Corpus Christi LNG Terminal. The Corpus Christi Pilots, Cheniere Engineering team, and the United States Coast Guard participated in validating the final design using full-mission ship simulation. The MITAGS-PMI team programmed the waterway and LNGC hydrodynamic ship models for the tests.

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