NTPRO 5000. Training to STCW and Beyond


Conventional training

  • Ship handling;
  • ARPA/Radar;
  • ECDIS;
  • AIS;
  • Bridge Team Management.


Special training

  • Tug and barge handling operations;
  • Offshore operations and DP system usage;
  • Anchor handling;
  • Ice navigation;
  • Search and Rescue operations:
  • Pilot training;
  • High speed craft;
  • Fishing operations;
  • Naval applications;
  • Vessel traffic management for certification and training of VTS personnel;
  • Research projects for ship modelling, harbour and fairway design.



  • Navigator competency items related to navigation bridge operations. which can be practiced and assessed using the Nan-Trainer Professional 5000 simulator;
  • Plan and conduct a passage and determine position;
  • Maintain a safe navigational watch;
  • Use radar/ARPA and ECDIS to maintain safety of navigation;
  • Respond to emergencies;
  • Respond to a distress signal at sea;
  • Manoeuvre the ship;
  • Plan a voyage and conduct navigation;
  • Determine position and resuttant position fixing accuracy by any means;
  • Determine and allow for compass errors:
  • Coordinate search and rescue operations;
  • Establish watch keeping arrangements and procedures;
  • Maintain safe navigation through the use of information from navigation equipment and systems to assist command decision¬≠making;
  • Maintain the safety of navigation through the use of ECDIS and associated navigation systems to assist command decision making;
  • Manoeuvre and handle a ship in any condition.
  • Operate remote controls of propulsion plant and engineering systems and services.



NTPRO 5000 has been designed in full compliance with the following standards:


  • International Convention of Training (STCW 2010);
  • IMO Models courses;
  • International SOLAS Convention.
  • Regulations concerning special training: fishing operations, VTS operator training, etc.;
  • The simulator is approved by DNV (with class notation INTEGRATED SIMULATOR SYSTEMM NAUT AW (SIM), DYNPOS-AUT (SIM), HSC, TUG, ICE to the Class A Standard for Certification of Maritime Simutalors No. 2.14).