LIQUID CARGO HANDLING SIMULATOR (LCHS):
The Liquid cargo handling simulator is designed in full compliance with the requirement of the STCW 2010, Sections A - II/1; A – II/3; A – III/1; A – III/2 and A – V/1. It fully incorporates the regulations issued by the IMO such as MARPOL 73/78, International Gas Carrier Code, International Bulk Carrier Code and International Ship Management Code.
FULL MISSION HANDLING SIMULATOR (FMSHS)
The Full Mission Ship handling Simulator is used to train Deck cadets, industry operators and Specialised Seamen Training Centre students on basic and advanced ship-handling techniques, pilotage, Radar/ARPA, GMDSS and ECDIS operation. It enhances the capacity of deck ratings and officers.
FULL MISSION BRIDGE SIMULATORS (FMBS)
This state-of-the art equipment is used for the training of Deck cadets and different categories of trainees from the Nigerian Maritime industry on various Bridge tasks such as watch-keeping, Bridge team resource management, Bridge communication amongst many others
ENGINEERING WORKSHOPS
There are two basic workshops in the Academy; they are Marine Engineering Workshop and Electrical Installation, Maintenance and Repair Workshop. These workshops have different equipment relevant to practical training of Cadets and Students. Here Cadets/Students are exposed to different machines, tools and simulations they ought to be familiar with before going on board the Ship to man ships that navigate the High Seas.
These Workshops afford our Cadets up-to-date, hands-on training which adequately prepares them for the challenges ahead of them on board the ships
LABORATORIES
The Academy has a range of significant and important laboratories relevant to Cadets' peculiar or specialised kind of training. They include: Fluid Mechanics/ Thermodynamics, Strength of Materials/Mechanics of Machines, Communications Laboratory, Instrumentation and Control, Autotronics Laboratory, Measurement & Basic Electricity, Mechatronics amongst others. .
COMPUTER BASE TRAINING
Cadets are trained on general computer appreciation as well as database management, thereby ensuring that all our cadets are computer literate and can handle any ICT function/challenges..
MAN PRESIDENTIAL JETTY
The Academy has a concrete Jetty for Survival Craft and Rescue Boat training among others. This facility was commissioned by President Olusegun Obasanjo in 2011. It is situated by the Academy's water-front and opposite Parrot Island where the water flows into the larger Atlantic Ocean. The Jetty allows Survival Capsules used for practical training to be launched directly into the Ocean enabling Cadets and Students have first-hand experience on survival techniques as they would at Sea.
SURVIVAL TRAINING AND SWIMMING POOL
This facility is a critical asset to the Academy.
It is two-in-one built in accordance with the International Maritime Organisation's specifications for Cadets/Students Practical Training. Its training is designed to enhance the survival technique of Cadets in pragmatic terms (i.e. actual life threatening situations). .