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ICT offers new engine course

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The Approved Engine Course (AEC), now offered at International Crew Training in Ft. Lauderdale, provides students with basic theoretical knowledge, combined with practical training on both working and static diesel engines. The course enables students to meet the requirements of the MCA-approved Engine Certificate.
Specifically, the course covers: compression ignition engines (general principles), cycle of operational and constructional details, fuel systems, the role of air in the combustion process, cooling and lubrication systems, engine electrical systems, power transmission, hull fittings, pollution prevention and legislation, code of safe working practices and bottled gas installations.
For course dates and costs, visit www.yachtmaster.com.

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