We want our customers to be satisfied with our systems. And that doesn’t stop with the purchase of SCHOTTEL products. For long-term smooth operation of our propulsion and manoeuvring systems, detailed knowledge of the correct handling and preventive maintenance procedures is required. We give our customers the opportunity to get to know their SCHOTTEL propulsion units better - in training courses covering operation, applications and servicing. Because only correct handling guarantees reliable, efficient operation and many years of satisfaction and pleasure with our products.
To this end, we offer individually tailored customer training courses in German and English. On request, we can also provide training directly at the customer’s site, anywhere in the world. In the same way, the staff of our worldwide sales and service network are regularly informed about the latest developments in SCHOTTEL technology.
In our customer training courses, we instruct the responsible engineers, engine room personnel and shipyard engineers in the technology of SCHOTTEL Rudderpropellers, Twin Propellers and Pump-Jets, hydraulic steering and control systems, and electronic steering systems. Using a demonstration stand, the operation and function of the control console, electric switchgear unit, hydraulic station and Rudderpropeller are explained. To consolidate what you have learnt, all course participants receive training documentation containing the relevant technical drawings and operating instructions. Together with you, we discuss technical problems and find solutions. We value your experience in helping us to continue to improve our products.
If you are interested in our training program, please contact
+49 (0)2628 61-273
„The best safety device on any ship is a well trained crew“ is the motto of Maritime Simulation Rotterdam b.v. (MSR).
The company offers interactive simulation training in Holland for tug masters. MSR has extensive experience in this field, and recently installed a simulator which uses SCHOTTEL control systems. The simulator can be used to depict all types of tugs and operating conditions. This includes those known as “rotor tugs” owned by the Dutch company Kooren Shipbuilding and Trading, which are equipped with three SCHOTTEL Rudderpropellers each.
MSR offers our customers a discount on its training courses.