Propulsion Plant Simulator training poll

Going through the licensing process ? Have queries, comments, or do you need an answer to that obscure exam question ? This is the place to post.
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Engine Room Simulator - I am a Canada based (or soon to be) Marine Engineering professional, and...

Poll ended at Tue Mar 29, 2022 5:26 pm

I don't anticipate needing simulator training in the next five years.
3
75%
I am considering taking simulator training in Central Canada within the next 5 years.
0
No votes
I am considering taking simulator training in Eastern Canada within the next 5 years.
0
No votes
I am considering taking simulator training in Western Canada within the next 5 years.
0
No votes
I cant find a simulator course that's available.
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No votes
I have PPS 1 and 2, but might be interested in further offerings
1
25%
 
Total votes: 4

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Propulsion Plant Simulator training poll

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I was wondering if you would answer this poll questions for me.

Just trying to gauge if there is enough capacity and where its needed, if at all. Feel free to chime in on the whole ER simulator experience based on your past or anticipated needs as well.

Typically there is two courses for the Propulsion Plant Simulator, the Watchkeeper & Control Room Operator (Level 1), and Plant Manager (Level 2).

Some additional uses are the Engine Room Resource Management, or maybe pre employment, evaluation exercises. Are any of these on your training needs outlook?
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Re: Propulsion Plant Simulator training poll

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I don't anticipate needing simulator training in the next five years.
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