Barter International Maritime Studies (BIMS) trains cadets to
achieve Engineering Officer of the Watch (EOOW), earlier
called as Class IV Certification in shortest possible duration.
The courses are accredited by the MCA UK in association
with Warsash Maritime Academy Southampton UK.
The certification acquired is world class in compliance with
the requirements of the International Maritime Organisation
as well as the relevant sections of the Standards of Training,
Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW) for Seafarers, 1978,
WERE YOU AWARE THAT…….
Sea cargo transportation takes 99% of the world cargo
market and leaves about 1% only (by weight) for the air
transportation industry. The recent boom in the global
economy has driven the sea freight market high and the
order books of most of the world’s shipyards are full through
the next 5 years. There are 70,000 ships plying across the
oceans, and numbers are expected to increase very fast.
Each ship requires a Chief Engineer and three watch
keeping engineer officers. With the growing demand for new
ships, there is expected to be a shortage of officers globally.
This course leads the students through a structured training
program preparing them for their very first professional
certification at sea – EOOW (Engine) Unlimited certificate.
At the end of this course, participants are able to safely and
competently carry out the watch keeping duties on board
merchant ships in the engine room both at sea and in port.
They will be conversant with the basic principles as per
STCW Regulations VIII/2 & STCW Code Chapter VIII.
The course is conducted over 3 stages, as follows:
STAGE 1: Pre Sea Course(PSC)
5 months duration, conducted at BIMS training institute in
Upon completion, the trainees will be sent for stage 2 training
which will be arranged by BIMS.
STAGE 2: Shipboard Attachment Monitoring (SAM)
6 - 9 months sea going training on board merchant ships
during which the engine cadet completes the MNTB Training
STAGE 3: EOOW Certificate of Competency
The student goes to Warsash Maritime Academy, UK where
he gives MCA oral test, SQA written exam, undergoes test for
workshop skills as well as assessment of the MNTB Training
||11,000 US$ + Living expenses & travel costs
|6 - 9 MONTHS
||N / A
||SALARY OF 250 - 400 US$ / MONTH
||2,000 Pounds + Living Expenses
“ROYAL BOMBAY MANAGEMENT SERVICES PVT. LTD”
- The students need to buy the College Prospectus by sending a Demand Draft
of 550 Rs/- in favour of:
at the following address:
ROYAL BOMBAY MANAGEMENT SERVICES PVT. LTD,
406, SHIVAM CHAMBERS,
NEAR SAHARA TV OFFICE,
MUMBAI – 400 062
- Once, we have received your Demand Draft, the prospectus will be sent to you
by courier. You should expect to receive the courier in about 10 days from
our having received your Demand Draft.
- The Application Form is given at the end of the prospectus. For enrolling for the
Graduate Engineer Conversion program, you will need to complete the
Application Form and attach a notarized copy of your degree passing certificate
along with your photograph. Thereafter, please post the Application Form,
notarized copy of your engineering passing certificate and a passport size
photograph to our office address in Mumbai as given above.
- Your Application Form and supporting documents will be sent to the college in
Thailand. The admission letter is expected in 10 days after we have received
your documents in Mumbai.
- Once you have received your admission letter, you will now have to make a
payment of 1,000 USD to the college in Thailand. This payment will be made via
electronic wire transfer regarding which we will guide you. The bank details of the
college will be mentioned in the admission letter.
- After having made the payment of 1,000 USD to the college, the college will send
an acknowledgement of payment within 7 days of the student having sent the
payment to the college. A copy of the receipt of payment by the college will be
emailed to the student.
- 2 weeks prior to the course commencement date, the student will post to us his
Passport copy along with photographs. These will be sent to the Thailand
embassy in New Delhi for visa application. The normal visa application process
takes about 7 days.
- The students can arrange their own flight ticket and accommodation arrangement
in Thailand if they wish to. If they want BIMS to do the same, the students need to
inform BIMS about 2 weeks prior to departure. The cost for the same will be
borne by the student and will work out to approximately 1 Lakh Rupees for visa,
flight ticketing, food and accommodation in Thailand.
- A college representative will come to the Thailand airport to take the student
to the college to arrange for his enrollment and accommodation arrangement.
- Please note that presently we are taking students from a few selected universities
only as per the college instructions. Hence, confirm your University with us prior
to buying the college prospectus.
ARRANGING FUNDS / EDUCATION LOANS
- For the initial 5 months course at Thailand, the student can take an education
loan to cover his total expenses of tuition fees, food, accommodation and
travel. Alternate means of loans are taking loan against jewellery or taking a
loan against property. If required, the student can be sponsored by his parents,
siblings & other relatives also.
- During the training on board ship, accommodation and food is free for the cadet.
His salary is saved for the complete 6 - 7 months of training on board the ship.
The cadet can also earn about 100 USD / month as cadet fund which is given by
many companies. The cadet can save up to 1.0 Lakhs during this period.
- After completing the training on board the ship, the student will proceed to
Warsash Maritime Academy, Southampton (UK) to give his EOOW exams. The
duration of stay would be 2 months. As the stay in UK will be less than 6 months,
hence the student will not be allowed to work part-time in the UK. Therefore, the
student must have sufficient funds to bear the cost of his education and living
expenses in the UK. The tuition fee for the course in UK is 2,000 GBP. Flight
fares, visa and living costs will add upto another 2,000 GBP. Hence, the total
funds (tuition fees + living expenses) in the UK will add upto 3.0 Lakhs approx.
- After finishing his exams in the UK at Warsash Maritime Academy, Southampton
and getting his Engineer Officer of the Watch (EOOW) Certificate of
Competency, the student can join back ship again in the rank of a 4th Engineer
Officer. The present market wages for a 4th Engineer Officer is in the range of
1.0 - 1.5 Lakhs / month depending upon the type of ship and the shipping
company he joins.
With one year of sailing experience as an Engineer Officer, the student can
expect to recover all of his expenses made on education in Thailand and in
AGE PROFILE & EXPECTED SALARIES
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|Graduate Engineer Conversion course
for BE MECHANICAL students
BIMS (Thailand) & Warsash Maritime Academy, UK
|PHOTOGRAPHS OF WARSASH MARITIME ACADEMY, SOUTHAMPTON, UK
|PHOTOGRAPHS OF BIMS THAILAND
||6,200 - 9,000
||29 - 32
||4,800 - 7,000
||25 - 28
||3,000 - 4,500
||23 - 24
||2,500 - 3500
|CADET / JUNIOR ENGINEER
||22 - 23
||250 - 600
||Ship board familiarity
||Personal sea survival
||Fire prevention and fire fighting
||Elementary first aid
||MNTB Machining & fitting workshop skills
||MNTB Welding workshop skill
||MNTB Engine power plant workshop skill
||MNTB Electrical workshop skill
||General marine engineering knowledge
||Ship's auxiliary machinery
||Ship's system and upkeep
- BE Mechanical Degree (Diploma is not acceptable)
- Eyesight as per IMO Standards
- Upto 25 years
- 11,000 US$ . This is the fee for the 1st stage of the course in Thailand. Please note that food,
accommodation, flight ticket and visa fees would be separate and would be approx. 1 Lakh Rs/-.
- Tuition Fees for the course in UK will be 2,000 GBP and living expenses will add upto another 2,000 GBP.
COURSE COMMENCEMENT DATE
- 23rd September 2009
- January 2010