High Voltage Practice

High Voltage Practice provides students with the knowledge and skills to manage the high voltage generation and distribution installations found on modern ships and other offshore installations.

This includes the design, installation, construction, trouble shooting, maintenance, commission, and calibration of the HV propulsion machinery, ancillary machinery, and related systems in line with statutory and operational requirements.

The course covers planning operation and electrical maintenance functions during routine operations and maintenance cycles, managing and allocating the required procedures and resources to sustain the operation of the vessel, and planning and carrying out HV switching operations for repairs, including propulsion systems. It also includes liaisons and reporting to shipping, industry and statutory stakeholders.

Who should participate?

Those with responsibility for managing the high voltage generation and distribution installations found on modern ships and other offshore installations.

Course Entry Prerequisites

Please note the following prerequisite is for entry onto the course and evidence must be provided at enrolment point of the following:

  • JNE 121 Shipboard Operations Engine or equivalent



  • Duration: 4 days
  • AMSA Approved Course
  • Course Options: (GST exempt)
    May, 03-06, 2019 | Launceston, TAS | $1,530
  • Course available on demand

    This course is available on demand, delivered at various locations. To express interest, please contact us.

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