Naval and Maritime Academy

ABOUT US

Engineering School was established at Naval and Maritime Academy on 10th December 1967. Being one of the oldest school existing at Naval and Maritime Academy, the Engineering School has been rendering a dominant service to Sri Lanka Navy in keeping with the policy of qualifying both officers and sailors to achieve the theoretical knowledge and the practical training on engineering disciplines at various levels to perform their specified duties in an effective and efficient environment.

The premises of Engineering School is comprised with a well-equipped Model Room, Machine Bay, Welding Workshop, nine general class rooms and a facilitated drawing room which enables about 300 trainees to undergo training programmes simultaneously.

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To qualify both officers and sailors imparting sufficient theoretical knowledge and practical training on naval engineering procedures and maintenance at various levels to perform their specified duties in the most efficient manner leading to excellence in the naval service

CDR(E) WPPK WIJERATHNA
Officer In Charge
Tel -61370
wppk-wijerathne@navy.lk
LCDR(E) DRC NALLAPERUMARACHCHI
Second In Charge
Tel :61371
drc-nallaperumarachchi@navy.lk
LT(E) RANS PEMARATHNA
Instructor Officer
Tel-61372
rans-pemarathna@navy.lk
LT MMVSB MARASINGHE
Instructor Officer
Tel -61375
mmvsb-marasinghe@navy.lk
FCPO LKRS PEIRIS
Chief Instructor
Tel-61373
ee35746@navy.lk

To train qualified Engineering Mechanics, Sailors and Officers with better professional knowledge, skill and attitudes in disciplinary environment.

To impart theoretical and practical knowledge for Engineering Mechanics, Sailors and Officers to achieve professionalism required to perform duties in the most efficient manner.

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LOGO

  • To consolidate and expand the knowledge and skills already possessed by Leading Engineering Mechanics, so as to enable them to acquire adequate academic and improve practical skills on mechanical work supervision which enables the trainees to reach the levels of National Competency Standards of Shipyard Supervisor (Mechanical) that ensures the quality and reliability of work they undertake as an Engineering Mechanic in the SLN.
  • To qualify Leading Engineering Mechanics to be considered for advancement to Petty Officers.
  • To cater the rapid expansion and development of Sri Lanka Navy.

  • To consolidate and expand the knowledge and skills already possessed by Leading Engineering Mechanics (Tradesmen), so as to enable them to acquire adequate academic and improve practical skills on their profession which enables the trainees to reach the levels of National Competency Standards of respective profession (Trade) that ensures the quality and reliability of work they undertake as an Engineering Mechanic (Tradesmen) in the SLN.
  • To qualify Leading Engineering Mechanics (Tradesmen) to be considered for advancement to Petty Officers.
  • To cater the rapid expansion and development of Sri Lanka Navy.

  • To consolidate and expand the knowledge and skills already possessed by Leading Engineering Mechanics (Shipwright), so as to enable them to acquire adequate academic and improve practical skills on their profession which enables the trainees to reach the levels of National Competency Standards of respective profession that ensures the quality and reliability of work they undertake as an Engineering Mechanic (Shipwright) in the SLN.
  • To qualify Leading Engineering Mechanics (Shipwright) to be considered for advancement to Petty Officers(Shipwright).
  • To cater the rapid expansion and development of Sri Lanka Navy.

  • To consolidate and expand the knowledge and skills already possessed by Leading Engineering Mechanics, so as to enable them to acquire adequate academic and improve practical skills on mechanical & marine works with regards to watch keeping of the engine room/Auxiliary machinery room which enables the trainees to reach the levels of National Competency Standards of Floating Vessels Mechanic that ensures the quality and reliability of work they undertake as an Engineering Mechanic in the SLN.
  • To qualify Engineering Mechanics to be considered for advancement to Leading Engineering Mechanic.
  • To cater the rapid expansion and development of Sri Lanka Navy.

  • To consolidate and expand the knowledge and skills possessed by Engineering Mechanics II, so as to enable them to acquire adequate academic knowledge and improve practical skills on their profession which enables the trainees to reach the levels of Competency Standards as Engineering Mechanics that ensures the quality and reliability of work they undertake in the Engineering branch of the SLN.
  • To qualify Engineering Mechanics II to be considered for advancement to Engineering Mechanics I.
  • To cater the rapid expansion and development of Sri Lanka Navy.

  • To consolidate and expand the knowledge and skills possessed by Engineering Mechanics (Shipwright) II, so as to enable them to acquire adequate academic knowledge and improve practical skills on their profession which enables the trainees to reach the levels of Competency Standards as Engineering Mechanics (Shipwright) that ensures the quality and reliability of work they undertake in the Engineering branch of the SLN.
  • To qualify Engineering Mechanics (Shipwright) II to be considered for advancement to Engineering Mechanics (Shipwright) I.
  • To cater the rapid expansion and development of Sri Lanka Navy.

  • To consolidate and expand the knowledge and skills possessed by Engineering Mechanics (Tradesmen) II, so as to enable them to acquire adequate academic knowledge and improve practical skills on their profession which enables the trainees to reach the levels of Competency Standards as Engineering Mechanics (Tradesmen) that ensures the quality and reliability of work they undertake in the Engineering branch of the SLN.
  • To qualify Engineering Mechanics (Tradesmen) II to be considered for advancement to Engineering Mechanics (Tradesmen) I.
  • To cater the rapid expansion and development of Sri Lanka Navy.

  • The aim of this course is to impart theoretical knowledge and improve practical skills on Gas & Manual Metal Arc welding which enables the trainees to reach the levels of National Competency Standards of Gas & Manual Metal Arc welder that ensures the quality and reliability of work they undertake as a Welder (Gas & Manual Metal Arc Welding) in Engineering Branch of the SLN.

  • The aim of this course is to impart theoretical knowledge and improve practical skills on Tungsten Inert Gas & Metal Inert Gas welding which enables the trainees to reach the levels of National Competency Standards of TIG & MIG Welder that ensures the quality and reliability of work they undertake as a Welder (TIG & MIG Welding) in Engineering Branch of the SLN.

  • The aim of this course is to provide a considerable standard of theoretical knowledge, practical skill and experience on the use of machine tools and accessories in the production of standard jobs and components which enables the trainees to reach the levels of National Competency Standards of Machinist that ensures the quality and reliability of work they undertake as a Machinist in Engineering Branch of the SLN.

  • The aim of this course is to impart theoretical knowledge and improve practical skills on overhauling, maintenance and repairing of Outboard Motors which enables the trainees to reach the levels of National Competency Standards of Outboard Motor Mechanic that ensures the quality and reliability of work they undertake as an Engineering Mechanic in the SLN.

  • The aim of this course is to impart theoretical knowledge and improve practical skills on operation, maintenance and repairing of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning systems which enables the trainees to reach the levels of National Competency Standards of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic that ensures the quality and reliability of work they undertake as an Engineering Mechanic in the SLN.

  • The aim of this course is to provide a considerable basic theoretical knowledge on configuration, operation and maintenance of Gas Turbine along with its marine applications and practical skills with the attachment of onboard Gas Turbine (GT) fitted ships. During the training trainees will enable to reach the level of primary level Gas Turbine operator onboard GT fitted ships that ensures the quality and reliability of work they undertake as an Engineering Mechanic/Engine Room Artificer in the SLN.

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QUALITY POLICY OF NMA
Naval & Maritime Academy is committed to mould naval personnel to become professionals in their fields to perform duties to the entire satisfaction of the desired standards of a recognized naval force, with the commitment to comply with requirements and continual improvement of the effectiveness of process of the quality management system.