The Engineering Training Department of Naval Submarine Training Center Pacific provides formal instruction and personalized training on submarine engineering, damage control, and weapons launch systems to United States and allied military and civilians assigned to the Department of the Navy.
The following non-nuclear training is provided by the Engineering Training Department:
Damage Control & Fire Fighting Division (DC/FF) provides formal, team, and responsive training to officer and enlisted personnel on basic and advanced submarine damage control and fire-fighting techniques.
Auxiliary Division (A) provides formal and responsive training comprised of auxiliary equipment operation and maintenance topics, to include Automated Electrolytic Oxygen Generator (AEOG), Integrated Low Pressure Electrolyzer (ILPE), Diesel Generator, Low Pressure Air Compressor (LPAC) / Low Pressure Air Dehydrator (LPAD), refrigeration plant, and Steering & Diving Hydraulics. Additionally, a 3 week course is offered on machinery repair equipment operation and maintenance topics.
Torpedo Division (TM) provides formal, team, and responsive training comprised of weapons launch systems equipment operation and maintenance.
The following nuclear training is provided by the Engineering Training Department:
Prospective Nuclear Engineer Officer (PNEO) supervises and mentors junior officers for their career milestone in preparing for the Naval Reactors Engineer Certification Exam and provides the Operational Water Chemistry and Radiological Controls course to officer and enlisted personnel.
Fleet Interactive Display Equipment (FIDE) Division provides team and responsive training comprised of S6G nuclear propulsion plant on-watch and off-watch operational topics.
Electronic Technician Maintenance School (ETMS) is a 5 week formal course covering reactor controls equipment operation and maintenance topics. Additionally, the ETMS facilities and training equipment can be used to provide responsive training as needed.
Electrical Division (E) provides formal and responsive training comprised of electrical equipment operation and maintenance topics, to include breakers, motor controllers, 42G Ships Service Motor Generator (SSMG), 43.2KW SSMG, battery, IPLE, and VA-Class R-134 Air Conditioning (AC) plant. Additionally, Electrical Division provides formal training to officer and enlisted personnel on structure borne noise monitoring and reduction topics.
Machinery Division (M) provides formal and responsive training comprised of machinery equipment operation and maintenance topics, to include Primary Valve operations, High Pressure Air Compressor (HPAC), York R-114 AC plant, and VA-Class R-134 AC plant. Additionally, Machinery Division provides formal training to officer and enlisted personnel on quality assurance topics.
Points of Contact
- DC/FF: (808) 472-8756
- A, TM, E, & M: (808) 472-2411 and 472-7121
- PNEO: (808) 472-7127
- FIDE: (808) 472-4411
- ETMS: (808) 472-8394