The Naval Maritime Academy, Mumbai (NAMAC) set up in Nov 1998 is a leading maritime training institute conducting basic and advanced STCW modular courses approved by the Director General (DG) of Shipping, Government of India. NAMAC is a pioneer in conducting offshore safety courses adhering to publicly available international quality standards in meeting the requirements of the Offshore industry.
NAMAC is located within the premises of a naval base, INS Kunjali, on the sea front at Colaba point, the southernmost tip of Mumbai. Away from the hustle and bustle of a metropolis, NAMAC provides an enviable nautical environment conducive for maritime training. RC Church and Kendriya Vidyalaya No. 3 provide well known landmarks to reach the Academy which is well connected by BEST buses and taxi service from both CST and Churchgate stations.
NAMAC conforms to the requirement of ISO 9001 : 2015 and 14001 : 2015 as assessed by ABS Quality Evaluation. NAMAC was conferred with Samudra Manthan Award 2011 for being the best Offshore Training Institute in India.
Courses at NAMAC can be booked only by citizens of India.
NAMAC aims to maintain itself as a training institute of nautical excellence that provides the best possible professional training to seafarers and offshore personnel to ensure efficient and safe ship and offshore operations.
To achieve this aim, NAMAC
The Executive Board comprises of 8 Trustees under the aegis of the Flag Officer Commanding, Western Naval Command. Headed by the Chief of Staff of the Western Naval Command – a Vice Admiral, the Board meets as required to decide on policy issues that enhance training.
The faculty is drawn from qualified seafarers of both the Merchant and Indian Navy. The permanent and visiting lecturers include Extra Masters, Master Mariners, Chief Engineers, QHSE experts from the offshore industry, Doctors, Educational specialists and Indian Naval Officers with expertise on specialised subjects viz marine commandos, helicopter pilots etc. The instructors are senior retired Naval Sailors who have vast experience in seamanship and fire fighting.
Feedback on various aspects of training & administrative support is obtained from candidates who undergo courses at NAMAC. This feedback is obtained just prior to course completion.
The Naval Maritime Academy welcomes further feedback from companies who sponsor candidates for courses at NAMAC.
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Passenger Ship Familiarisation (Crowd Management) conforming to STCW 2010 requirements is being conducted at the Naval Maritime Academy with immediate effect. The certificate issued on successful completion of the course will be in accordance with the STCW Convention and Code, as amended in 2010. DG Shipping Training Ciircular No 05 of 2016 dated 12 Aug 2016 refers.
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Applications are invited from Visiting Faculty for Gas, Chemical and Tanker courses.
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