Teaching methods
Modern methods of teaching have been adopted. Each course is practical oriented using a combination of lectures, presentations, tutorials, computer based training, discussions, simulations and hands-on workshop training.

Computer Based Training
AEMTC has designed a CBT room for trainees to view over a 100 computer based interactive training programs available at the centre.

Library is well stocked with :-
  • Over 2000 books with latest editions covering nautical science, engineering and management books.
  • Marine periodicals and magazines.
  • Computer based multimedia software.
  • Over 300 video films.
Training Rooms
Classrooms are large, air-conditioned and a custom fitted to the requirement of the course. The facilities include:
  • Auditorium
  • Automation Lab
  • Engine Room machinery Space with operational Equipments
  • Full Mission Engine Simulator
  • Full Mission Liquid Cargo Handling Simulator (Oil, Chemical, LPG & LNG)
  • Full Mission Navigation Simulator
  • GMDSS Simulator
  • High Voltage Switch Board
  • Main and Emergency Electrical Switch Board
  • Hydraulics Lab
  • MAN B&W Electrically Controlled Engine Simulator(Camless Engine)
  • Reefer Container
  • Chemical Tank With Framo Pumping System
  • Video Conferencing
Though the Anglo-Eastern Training Centre is fitted out with state-of-the-art equipment, its strength lies in its faculty. The faculty has been carefully chosen for:-
  • Their expertise in a specialised maritime field
  • Experience at sea
  • Teaching ability
  • Open mindedness and willingness to learn and impart
Currently our strength comprises of:-
9 Master Mariners
7 Chief Engineers
2 Radio Officers
3 Workshop Instructors
1 Electrical and Electronics Engineer
1 Marine Psychologist

Following are the courses