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Fleet Management Training Institute

Formation

 

Fleet management Training Institute (FMTI) was founded in 1997 as part of the training division of  Fleet  Management  Limited  with an  aim  to provide basic  familiarization to staff  joining the  ships  operated  by the company. With the increase in strength of the fleet, the need to expand the activities in training was felt and in the year 2003, the training institute was expanded to accommodate training of a larger number of ship staff using state of the art simulators and audio visual aids. The training institute is administered under a non-profit making body called Fleet Management Maritime Education Trust. The trust was established by its chairman Mr. Kishore S. Rajvanshy, Managing Director of Fleet Management Limited.

 

 

Quality Standards

 

The institute is a DNV Certified and Director General of Shipping, India approved Maritime Training Centre. FMTI courses comply with the requirements of the STCW95 Convention and the guidelines of Directorate General of Shipping, India. All STCW courses comply with appropriate IMO model course and our value added training modules are developed in accordance with the DNV standards.

 

 

Training Philosophy

 

Apart from ensuring that officers and ratings on board ships are suitably qualified as per the requirements of the ISTCW95 convention, our training shall enable them to be competent and carry out their duties on board in a safe and efficient manner. This is done by a combination of the following methods:

1. Familiarization of the ship they are due to serve

2. Familiarization with the company procedures

3. Identifying individual training needs and providing appropriate training

4. Regularly update staff knowledge and skills in line with changes in regulations and industry standards

5. Provide ship staff with a career path to achieve their goals.

 

Training Methods

 

We ensure our training methods are appropriate to the training needs and meet or exceed the requirements of the administration and the industry. It includes:

1. On-the-Job training

2. Shore based training, using

a. Simulators

b. Model equipments

c. Class room lectures and presentations

d. Audio visual aids

e. Computer & Web based programs

f. Workshop