Electrical systems in seagoing ships have been rapidly developed and changed over the last years. Not only in passenger ships large scale electrical drives have been implemented. The number and the complexity of electrical consumers has also increased significantly. Based on Manila amendment 2010 STCW focus is set on new developments on board and so influenced the newer education path for electro-technical officer (ETO). This paper should give ideas for useful experimental setups to prepare trainees for their future job onboard. Focus is set to laboratory, practical education to be defined more detailed.
Rafoth, A. & Borchardt, J. (2021). New education tools for electro-technical officer (ETO). In Pazaver, A., Manuel, M. E., Bolmsten, J., Kitada, M., Bartuseviciene, I. (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Maritime Lecturers' Association. Seas of transition: setting a course for the future (pp. 62-71). World Maritime University. http://dx.doi.org/10.21677/imla2021.06