MSC Competency


Date/TimeCourseTrackSpacesRegister
2021/03/02 to 2021/03/04
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
CMEO Ashore Part III – Program Analysis

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

CMEO Ashore Part III – Program Analysis

The target audience for this course is MSC Type Desks (Supervisory Project Engineers), Class Engineers, Principal Port Engineers, Ship Operating Contract CORs, N73 Inspectors and Auditors, N72 Root Cause Analysis personnel, and other related N7 personnel.

Prerequisites for this course include completion of the following courses:

  • Introduction to Military Sealift Command course
  • MSC Regulatory Standards, Inspections, Maintenance Availability Overview, and Engineering Budgets course
  • Government Contracting, RCA, RCM, and ENCON course
  • MSC Work Item Writing Fundamentals course
  • MSC Work Item Estimating Fundamentals course
  • Maintenance Availability Planning and Management, Drydocking, and Logistics
  • CMEO Ashore Part I – SAMM Planning course
  • CMEO Ashore Part II – PENG Execution course

This course outlines N7 initiatives to leverage SAMM and PENG data to support data-driven decision-making for MSC engineering and maintenance management functions. This course consists of the following modules:

  • Introduction to CMEO Ashore Part III – Program Analysis
  • Performance Management, Measurement, and Auditing
  • Data Considerations
  • Data Quality
  • Data Mining Overview
  • Data Analysis Overview
  • MSC Engineering and Maintenance Management Policies and Procedures Overview
  • SAMM Web Data
  • SAMM Web Reports
  • PENG Web Data and Reports
  • Logbook and Shipslog Data
  • SAMM Feedback Process
  • Material Readiness Quotient (MRQ)
  • Executive Summary
  • Engineering Status Report
    • CASREP Analysis
    • Fuel Oil and Lube Oil Inventory Report
    • PMIA Usage
    • Safety Items
    • SAMM Deferrals
    • TRANSALT Status
    • VRR Log Usage
    • Open VRR Details
    • POAM Status
    • POAM Milestone Completion History
    • POAM Usage

CMEO Ashore Part III – Program Analysis Syllabus Rev 0.5

CMEO - Ashore 2 Register
2021/03/09 to 2021/03/11
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Introduction to Military Sealift Command

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

Introduction to Military Sealift Command

Introduction to Military Sealift Command Syllabus Rev 1.3

The target audience for this course is all new-hire N7 personnel. This course is also appropriate for experienced N7 personnel who want to refresh their proficiency in certain subject matter areas.

There are no prerequisites for this course.

This course provides an in-depth introduction to Military Sealift Command (MSC) and its commercial-like ship operation and maintenance philosophy, policies, and business practices. The subject matter is considered basic in nature. This course consists of the following modules:

  • MSC Overview
  • MSC Fleet
  • MSC Shoreside Organization
  • MSC Afloat Organization
  • MSC Engineering Directorate
  • MSC Technical Authority
  • MSC Portal
  • MSC Virtual Technical Library
  • MSC Ship Operation and Maintenance Philosophy
  • MSC Life Cycle Management
  • MSC Safety Management System
  • MSC Quality Management System
  • MSC TRANSALT Management
  • SAMM Task Manager
  • MSC Commodities Contracts
  • Underway Replenishment Overview

 

MSC Competency 0 Closed
2021/03/15 to 2021/03/16
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
CMEO Ashore Part I – SAMM Planning

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

CMEO Ashore Part I – SAMM Planning

The target audience for this course is MSC ashore personnel (e.g. Principal Port Engineer, Assistant Port Engineer, Ashore Analysts, & N10 personnel) who have not taken this course within the past 5 years and need to refresh their proficiency in SAMM. This course is also appropriate for new-hire N7 personnel who need to attain proficiency in SAMM.

Prerequisites for this course include completion of the following courses:

  • Introduction to Military Sealift Command course
  • MSC Regulatory Standards, Inspections, Maintenance Availability Overview, and Engineering Budgets course
  • Government Contracting, RCA, RCM, and ENCON course
  • MSC Work Item Writing Fundamentals course
  • MSC Work Item Estimating Fundamentals course
  • Maintenance Availability Planning and Management, Drydocking, and Logistics

This course introduces participants to the MSC Shipboard Automated Maintenance Management (SAMM) program maintenance management modules that are used for planning maintenance availabilities. This course consists of the following modules:

  • SAMM Introduction
    • Dashboards
    • Virtual Technical Library (VTL)
    • Training Module
  • SAMM Availabilities Part I
  • SAMM Availabilities Part II
  • SAMM Machinery History & PM Compliance
  • SAMM PMIA (PM Industrial Assist)
  • SAMM Policies Matrix
  • SAMM Task Manager
  • SAMM TRANSALT-PM
  • SAMM TRANSALT (T-ALT Ship)
  • SAMM Voyage Repair Request (VRR)
  • Assessment
  • Work Item Historical
  • Work Item Library

Syllabus CMEO Ashore Part I

CMEO - Ashore 0 Closed
2021/03/17 to 2021/03/18
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
CMEO Ashore Part II – PENG Execution

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

CMEO Ashore Part II – PENG Execution

The target audience for this course is MSC ashore personnel (e.g. Principal Port Engineer, Assistant Port Engineer, Ashore Analysts, & N10 personnel) who have not taken this course within the past 5 years and need to refresh their proficiency in SAMM. This course is also appropriate for new-hire N7 personnel who need to attain proficiency in SAMM.

Prerequisites for this course include completion of the following courses:

  • Introduction to Military Sealift Command course
  • MSC Regulatory Standards, Inspections, Maintenance Availability Overview, and Engineering Budgets course
  • Government Contracting, RCA, RCM, and ENCON course
  • MSC Work Item Writing Fundamentals course
  • MSC Work Item Estimating Fundamentals course
  • Maintenance Availability Planning and Management, Drydocking, and Logistics

This course introduces participants to the MSC Port Engineering Management System (PENG) used for managing maintenance availabilities. This course consists of the following modules:

  • Completions (T-ALT, PMIA, VRR)
  • PENG Session 1
  • PENG Session 2
  • PENG Session 3
  • Port Engineer Vessel Inspection (PEVI)
  • Working Groups
  • AVCERT (Aviation Certification)

Syllabus CMEO Ashore Part II

 

CMEO - Ashore 1 Register
2021/03/24
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Work Item Writing Refresher Workshop

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

Work Item Writing Refresher Workshop

The target audience for this course is all N7 personnel who have previously completed the MSC Work Item Writing course and want to refresh their proficiency in writing work items.

Prerequisites for this course include completion of the following courses:

  • Introduction to Military Sealift Command MSC Regulatory Standards, Inspections, Maintenance Availability Overview, and Engineering Budgets
  • Government Contracting, RCA, RCM, and ENCON
  • MSC Work Item Writing Fundamentals
  • MSC Work Item Estimating Fundamentals

This course provides refresher training on MSC policies and practices pertaining to researching, writing, and editing detailed and performance-like work items. The subject matter is considered advanced in nature. This course consists of the following modules:

  • MSC work item development fundamentals
  • Review and editing existing work items
  • Writing detailed and performance-like work items

MSC Work Item Writing Refresher Workshop

MSC Competency 10 Register
2021/03/30 to 2021/03/31
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wartsila – Water Jets Operation and Maintenance (Online Only)

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

Wartsila – Water Jets Operation and Maintenance (Online Only)

This 3-day course focuses on Wartsila Jet Drives installed on ships such as the EPF class vessels. The training ensures competencies and skills are maintained by engineers interested in learning more about the operation and maintenance of Jet Drive Propulsion systems.

 

MSC Competency 7 Register
2021/04/05 to 2021/04/09
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Gas Turbine Operation and Maintenance

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

Gas Turbine Operation and Maintenance

Operations and Maintenance for LM2500 Gas Turbine engines.

 

Chapter 1 – LM2500 Gas Turbine Overview

This chapter provides a brief overview of the LM2500 gas turbine components and support

systems. The LM2500 is an aero-derivative design gas turbine. For this course, a base

LM2500 unit with a single annular combustor is used.

 

Chapter 2 – Inlet Air System

The air that is used for combustion and turbine compartment cooling is provided by the inlet

air system. This system will condition ambient air via heat exchangers, filters, or other

cooling device for use in the turbine.

 

Chapter 3 – Accessory Drive

This chapter reviews the operation and purpose of the accessory gearbox. The AGB

provides the motive force, from the compressor shaft, for several pumps and accepts input

torque during startup.

 

Chapter 4 – Compressor Section

The compressor section provides high-pressure, high-temperature combustion air. The

compressor contains equipment to prevent compressor stall and is a source for cooling air

used throughout the machine.

 

Chapter 5 – Fuel Gas System

This chapter provides a review of the fuel gas delivery system; it includes a description of

the equipment used to create combustion and how the process occurs to create

mechanical torque.

 

Chapter 6 – Turbine Section

The LM2500 contains a two-stage, high-pressure turbine to drive the compressor. A

second, 6-stage low pressure turbine section drives the generator.

 

Chapter 7 – Lube Oil System

The combustion turbine contains a unique lube oil system, which allows for the high-speed

rotation of both HP and LP systems. A second oil system for the generator provides

service for its operation.

 

Chapter 8 – Hydraulic Oil Systems

This gas turbine contains two hydraulic systems; the control oil system to provide the

hydraulic force to operate the variable stator vanes and the hydraulic oil system to provide

the force for the gas control valve and water injection flow control valve.

 

Chapter 9 – Hydraulic Start System

This chapter covers the operation of the remote hydraulic start system used by this

combustion turbine. The system includes a skid and local hydraulic pump that rolls the

machine from the accessory gearbox.

 

Chapter 10 – Firing

This is a step by step sequence of starting the combustion turbine from zero speed to full

load. There are a few important hold points that are covered in detail.

 

Chapter 11 – Generator Overview

This chapter provides an overview of the electric generator driven by the low-pressure

turbine section. The generator converts the mechanical torque of the gas turbine into

electrical power that will be exported to the local grid.

 

Chapter 12 – Turbine Troubleshooting

This section will provide the list common issues which may occur during the operation of

the combustion turbine. Each event has the conditions and actions listed.

 

Chapter 13 – Combustion Turbine Maintenance

This section provides a list of typical preventive maintenance activities for the combustion

turbine. The list is arranged by interval and list general steps with its performance.

MSC Competency 12 Register
2021/04/07
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Work Item Estimating Refresher Workshop

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

Work Item Estimating Refresher Workshop

The target audience for this course is all N7 personnel who have previously completed the MSC Work Item Writing course and want to refresh their proficiency in writing work items.

Prerequisites for this course include completion of the following courses:

  • Introduction to Military Sealift Command
  • MSC Regulatory Standards, Inspections, Maintenance Availability Overview, and Engineering Budgets
  • Government Contracting, RCA, RCM, and ENCON
  • MSC Work Item Writing Fundamentals
  • MSC Work Item Estimating Fundamentals

This course provides refresher training on MSC cost estimating policies and practices pertaining to researching, decomposing, and estimating the costs associated with detailed and performance-like work items. The course includes practical exercises in the decomposition and estimating of new and existing detailed and performance-like work items. The subject matter is considered advanced in nature. This course consists of the following modules:

  • Work Item Estimating Fundamentals
  • Decomposition and Estimating of Exercises
  • Creating Bottom-up Estimates for Detailed and Performance-like Work Items

Work Item Estimating Refresher Workshop

MSC Competency 14 Register
2021/04/20 to 2021/04/22
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
MSC Regulatory Standards, Inspections, Maintenance Availability Overview, and Engineering Budgets

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

MSC Regulatory Standards, Inspections, Maintenance Availability Overview, and Engineering Budgets

The target audience for this course is all new-hire N7 personnel.  This course is also appropriate for experienced N7 personnel who want to refresh their proficiency in certain subject matter areas.

Prerequisites for this course include completion of the following courses:

Introduction to Military Sealift Command

This course provides an in-depth introduction to the commercial regulatory standards, inspection regimens, aviation certification, drydocking, availability planning, availability management, work item development, and work item cost estimating philosophy, policies, and business practices used by MSC.  The subject matter is considered basic in nature.  This course consists of the following modules:

  • American Bureau of Shipping Vessel Classification
  • U.S. Coast Guard Vessel Inspection and Certification
  • MSC SMART Inspections
  • MSC Onboard Condition Inspections
  • MSC Work Item Development Overview
  • MSC Work Item Cost Estimating Overview
  • Weight Control and Ship’s Stability
  • Drydocking
  • Government Contracting Overview
  • MSC Availability Planning Overview
  • MSC Availability Management Overview
  • Federal Budget Process
  • DOD Budget Process
  • Funding MSC Operations
  • MSC Engineering Budget Development
  • MSC Engineering Budget Execution

MSC Regulatory Standards, Inspections, Maintenance Availability Overview, and Engineering Budgets Rev 1.4

 

MSC Competency 1 Register
2021/04/26 to 2021/04/30
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Welding (Aluminum)

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

Welding (Aluminum)

Presented by: American Welding Society ®

Welding Theory and Inspections for Aluminum Vessels

ALUMINUM WELDING

Is welding aluminum difficult or just different? This course addresses that question and provides you the information needed to confidently work with aluminum. By the end of the course, attendees will be able to identify aluminum properties that affect its use in welded structures; design, fabricate, and inspect aluminum weldments; and explain how to properly qualify aluminum welding procedures and welders.

Please see below for list of materials for each class they will receive physically: 

Aluminum:

D1.2 Codebook

MSC Competency 0 Closed
2021/05/03 to 2021/05/04
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
CMEO Ashore Part I – SAMM Planning

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

CMEO Ashore Part I – SAMM Planning

The target audience for this course is MSC ashore personnel (e.g. Principal Port Engineer, Assistant Port Engineer, Ashore Analysts, & N10 personnel) who have not taken this course within the past 5 years and need to refresh their proficiency in SAMM. This course is also appropriate for new-hire N7 personnel who need to attain proficiency in SAMM.

Prerequisites for this course include completion of the following courses:

  • Introduction to Military Sealift Command course
  • MSC Regulatory Standards, Inspections, Maintenance Availability Overview, and Engineering Budgets course
  • Government Contracting, RCA, RCM, and ENCON course
  • MSC Work Item Writing Fundamentals course
  • MSC Work Item Estimating Fundamentals course
  • Maintenance Availability Planning and Management, Drydocking, and Logistics

This course introduces participants to the MSC Shipboard Automated Maintenance Management (SAMM) program maintenance management modules that are used for planning maintenance availabilities. This course consists of the following modules:

  • SAMM Introduction
    • Dashboards
    • Virtual Technical Library (VTL)
    • Training Module
  • SAMM Availabilities Part I
  • SAMM Availabilities Part II
  • SAMM Machinery History & PM Compliance
  • SAMM PMIA (PM Industrial Assist)
  • SAMM Policies Matrix
  • SAMM Task Manager
  • SAMM TRANSALT-PM
  • SAMM TRANSALT (T-ALT Ship)
  • SAMM Voyage Repair Request (VRR)
  • Assessment
  • Work Item Historical
  • Work Item Library

Syllabus CMEO Ashore Part I

CMEO - Ashore 15 Register
2021/05/05 to 2021/05/06
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
CMEO Ashore Part II – PENG Execution

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

CMEO Ashore Part II – PENG Execution

The target audience for this course is MSC ashore personnel (e.g. Principal Port Engineer, Assistant Port Engineer, Ashore Analysts, & N10 personnel) who have not taken this course within the past 5 years and need to refresh their proficiency in SAMM. This course is also appropriate for new-hire N7 personnel who need to attain proficiency in SAMM.

Prerequisites for this course include completion of the following courses:

  • Introduction to Military Sealift Command course
  • MSC Regulatory Standards, Inspections, Maintenance Availability Overview, and Engineering Budgets course
  • Government Contracting, RCA, RCM, and ENCON course
  • MSC Work Item Writing Fundamentals course
  • MSC Work Item Estimating Fundamentals course
  • Maintenance Availability Planning and Management, Drydocking, and Logistics

This course introduces participants to the MSC Port Engineering Management System (PENG) used for managing maintenance availabilities. This course consists of the following modules:

  • Completions (T-ALT, PMIA, VRR)
  • PENG Session 1
  • PENG Session 2
  • PENG Session 3
  • Port Engineer Vessel Inspection (PEVI)
  • Working Groups
  • AVCERT (Aviation Certification)

Syllabus CMEO Ashore Part II

 

CMEO - Ashore 13 Register
2021/05/11 to 2021/05/12
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Government Contracting, RCA, RCM, and ENCON

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

Government Contracting, RCA, RCM, and ENCON

The target audience for this course is all new-hire N7 personnel. This course is also appropriate for experienced N7 personnel who want to refresh their proficiency in certain subject matter areas.

Prerequisites for this course include completion of the following courses:

  • Introduction to Military Sealift Command
  • MSC Regulatory Standards, Inspections, Maintenance Availability Overview, and Engineering Budgets

This course provides an in-depth introduction to government contracting, reliability centered maintenance, root cause analysis, and MSC’s energy conservation policies and practices. The subject matter is considered intermediate in nature. This course consists of the following modules:

  • Contracting Fundamentals
  • Key Contracting Roles and Responsibilities
  • Types of Government Contracts
  • Government Contracting Regulations
  • Government Contracting Competition Requirements
  • Government Acquisition Procedures
  • Publicizing Government Contracting Actions
  • Contract Solicitation Planning
  • Contract Solicitation Process
  • Contracting Source Selection Process
  • MSC N10 Procurement Request Package Requirements
  • Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)
  • Root Cause Analysis (RCA)
  • MSC Energy Conservation (ENCON) Program

Government Contracting, RCA, RCM, and ENCON

MSC Competency 8 Register
2021/05/17 to 2021/05/20
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
NACE MCT

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

NACE MCT

This 4-day course covers the fundamental issues that are specific to coatings in the marine industry. After a description of the most common types of ships, the course describes the corrosion types affecting the ship’s areas, the types of coatings and linings that are effective in the marine environment, the shipbuilding process, the surface preparation, application and inspection techniques, the IMO PSPC for Ballast Tanks, Cargo Tanks and Voids, as well as in-service survey and inspection, inspection records and procedures.

 

This course benefits anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of coatings application and inspection.

MSC Competency 17 Register
2021/05/26
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
N7 Engineer Academy Advanced Part 4 (RCA/RCM)

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

N7 Engineer Academy Advanced Part 4 (RCA/RCM)

The target audience for this course is all new-hire N7 personnel. This course is also appropriate for experienced N7 personnel who want to refresh their proficiency in certain subject matter areas.

Prerequisites for this course include completion of the following courses:

  • Introduction to Military Sealift Command
  • MSC Regulatory Standards, Inspections, Maintenance Availability Overview, and Engineering Budgets
  • Government Contracting, RCA, RCM, and ENCON
  • MSC Work Item Writing Fundamentals
  • MSC Work Item Estimating Fundamentals
  • Maintenance Availability Planning and Management, Drydocking, and Logistics

This workshop provides an in-depth examination of the application of Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) principles, which are elements of MSC’s maintenance philosophy. This workshop includes practical exercises that provide an opportunity to apply RCA and RCM principles and techniques to example maintenance problems. This course consists of the following modules:

  • Mechanical failures.
  • Using logic analysis to follow failures back to their sources.
  • Failure root types: physical and human.
  • Sequence of analysis:
    • Component Failure Analysis (CFA)
    • Root Cause Investigation (RCI)
    • Root Cause Analysis (RCA)
  • Difference between preventive and reactive analysis.
  • Benefits and savings aspects of root cause analysis.
  • Different types of logical analysis models.
  • What causes decreases in reliability
  • RCM principles
  • Applying RCM principles – examples
  • Using RCM to improve SAMM maintenance requirements
  • SAMM audit

RCA and RCM Workshop

MSC Competency 14 Register
2021/06/02 to 2021/06/04
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
PLC’s

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

PLC’s

Covers basic knowledge of PLC ladder logic and safe work procedures, as it pertains to reliability of maintenance procedures that minimized downtime while troubleshooting, and the ability to edit existing programs.

 

MSC Competency 7 Register
2021/06/07 to 2021/06/11
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Welding (Steel)

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

Welding (Steel)

Presented by: American Welding Society ®

Welding Theory and Inspections for Steel Vessels

STEEL WELDING 

This course is an intensive review of welding inspection science, documentation, and techniques. This course will cover: fundamental knowledge, practical inspection, an overview of welding steel, and a walk-through of our flagship standard, AWS D1.1:2020.

Please see below for list of materials for each class they will receive physically:

Steel:

D1.1 Codebook 

D1.1 Study Guide 

Welding Inspection Technology (WIT) Textbook 

WIT Workbook 

WIT Sample Exam 

A2.4: Standard Symbols 

A3.0:  Standard Welding Terms & Definitions 

B1.10: Guide for Nondestructive Examination 

Book of Specifications 

Book of Exhibits 

Part B Assignments/Homework

VIW Tools

Weld replicas (for every 2 people; must be returned to AWS)

MSC Competency 5 Register
2021/06/15 to 2021/06/17
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
CMEO Ashore Part III – Program Analysis

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

CMEO Ashore Part III – Program Analysis

The target audience for this course is MSC Type Desks (Supervisory Project Engineers), Class Engineers, Principal Port Engineers, Ship Operating Contract CORs, N73 Inspectors and Auditors, N72 Root Cause Analysis personnel, and other related N7 personnel.

Prerequisites for this course include completion of the following courses:

  • Introduction to Military Sealift Command course
  • MSC Regulatory Standards, Inspections, Maintenance Availability Overview, and Engineering Budgets course
  • Government Contracting, RCA, RCM, and ENCON course
  • MSC Work Item Writing Fundamentals course
  • MSC Work Item Estimating Fundamentals course
  • Maintenance Availability Planning and Management, Drydocking, and Logistics
  • CMEO Ashore Part I – SAMM Planning course
  • CMEO Ashore Part II – PENG Execution course

This course outlines N7 initiatives to leverage SAMM and PENG data to support data-driven decision-making for MSC engineering and maintenance management functions. This course consists of the following modules:

  • Introduction to CMEO Ashore Part III – Program Analysis
  • Performance Management, Measurement, and Auditing
  • Data Considerations
  • Data Quality
  • Data Mining Overview
  • Data Analysis Overview
  • MSC Engineering and Maintenance Management Policies and Procedures Overview
  • SAMM Web Data
  • SAMM Web Reports
  • PENG Web Data and Reports
  • Logbook and Shipslog Data
  • SAMM Feedback Process
  • Material Readiness Quotient (MRQ)
  • Executive Summary
  • Engineering Status Report
    • CASREP Analysis
    • Fuel Oil and Lube Oil Inventory Report
    • PMIA Usage
    • Safety Items
    • SAMM Deferrals
    • TRANSALT Status
    • VRR Log Usage
    • Open VRR Details
    • POAM Status
    • POAM Milestone Completion History
    • POAM Usage

CMEO Ashore Part III – Program Analysis Syllabus Rev 0.5

CMEO - Ashore 8 Register
2021/06/22 to 2021/06/24
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Work Item Writing Fundamentals

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

Work Item Writing Fundamentals

The target audience for this course is all new-hire N7 personnel. This course is also appropriate for experienced N7 personnel who want to refresh their proficiency in certain subject matter areas.

Prerequisites for this course include completion of the following courses:

  • Introduction to Military Sealift Command
  • MSC Regulatory Standards, Inspections, Maintenance Availability Overview, and Engineering Budgets

This course provides in-depth training on MSC policies and practices pertaining to researching, writing, and editing detailed and performance-like work items, followed by practical exercises in work item review, editing, and creation. The subject matter is considered intermediate in nature. This course consists of the following modules:

  • MSC Work Item Development Fundamentals
  • Work Item Review and Editing
  • Writing Detailed and Performance-like Work Items Target Audience

MSC Work Item Writing Fundamentals

MSC Competency 11 Register
2021/06/29 to 2021/06/30
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Wartsila – Shaft Seals Operation and Maintenance (Online Only)

Online Only

- N/A,


Class Overview

Wartsila – Shaft Seals Operation and Maintenance (Online Only)

 

This 8 hour course will result in improvements to maintenance plans; ability to accomplish maintenance; and utilization of the results of maintenance. Tailored to Military Sealift Command (MSC) and oriented to MSC’s Maintenance Management, the course will focus on seals used in the MSC Fleet. The course objective is to provide technical information to MSC engineers that lead to improvements to MSC’s shaft seal maintenance.

 

MSC Competency 20 Register
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