EMD trainer in Malaysia, short contracts

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EMD trainer in Malaysia, short contracts

Postby The Dieselduck » Tue Jun 04, 2013 7:50 am

This company is looking an experienced EMD operator / technician to train other users on its operation, capabilities, and uses. If you think you fit this profile and like the information below, send me an email to martin@dieselduck.net.

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GlobalPetro - Our core business is to provide training/workshop focusing on oil & gas related topic for both upstream & downstream (public & in-house), targeting audiences from SEA.

We are looking for a subject matter expert to teach on below mentioned topic.

Topic : EMD 12-567 BC Diesel engine - V Type 2 cycle
Level: Intermediate
Date: ( 2 session - per session/per month )
Duration: 3/4 Days
Venue: Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Target audience: End-user, Offshore Platform Engineers & Technician.
Equipment: EMD (Electro-motive Division)
Tag number: EMD 3/EMD 4
Model Engine: 12-567BC Diesel engine V Type 2 cycle
Engine S/N. : 70-L3-7015

To focus on the said engine but also touch on the newer technology.

Contract: Project Basis – per topic duration
Travel: Economy
Accommodation: Hotel full board or B+B and a daily allowance of $60 per day.
Class Size: 10 – 25 pax
Payment structure: On agreement a 10% deposit - Balance paid on completion of the course or maximum 7 days after the course
Martin Leduc
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Re: EMD trainer in Malaysia, short contracts

Postby Halifax_Stoker » Thu Jun 13, 2013 3:24 am

I was wondering is there any type of ticket or licence requirement? I have a lot of expierence with EMD's but only hold a 4th class motor.

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Re: EMD trainer in Malaysia, short contracts

Postby The Dieselduck » Thu Jun 13, 2013 9:20 am

There was no mention of requirements per se...
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Re: EMD trainer in Malaysia, short contracts

Postby JollyJack » Thu Jun 13, 2013 7:44 pm

Your 4th Class, STCW III/1, Engineer Officer in charge of a watch is a world class Certificate, not "only" a 4th Class. A Canadian Certificate is highly regarded world wide.
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Re: EMD trainer in Malaysia, short contracts

Postby Halifax_Stoker » Sun Jun 16, 2013 1:33 am

I know Jolly Jack, and I am proud of my ticket. I worked my way up from Oiler, and built a good working relationship and good reputation with many companies. But truth of the matter is not many places want a fourth anymore... The jobs I get are with companies I have did casual with in the past, or companies I left in the past. Thankfully I always leave on good terms, either for money or to expierence something new... But even these companies tell me I have an open door, but they have no desire to hire other 4ths, they want minimum 3rds now... Thankfully I have never had to go on EI in my life but TC and Canadian Companies for the most part are making a fourth engineer a thing of the past.

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Re: EMD trainer in Malaysia, short contracts

Postby dallison » Wed Jun 19, 2013 5:07 pm

As the holder of a valid 1st class certificate and approximately 11 years service on the 567 and 645 EMD engines, I would be interested to learn more of the details of this posting.
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Re: EMD trainer in Malaysia, short contracts

Postby The Dieselduck » Thu Jun 20, 2013 10:21 am

Send me an email please...
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