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Craig Greenwood

Craig Greenwood

Petty Officer Engineering Technician shortly leaving the RN

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HM Forces

Manager and Lead Maintainer of Hull & Structure Section

Supervisor of section equipment and systems to a high standard in order to constantly maintain availability and reliability, these including sewage and waste water systems, high pressure salt water systems. Lifting equipment examiner encompassing all associated ancillary equipment. Hydraulic boat davit maintainer and hull specialist conducting routine hull surveys to identify and rectify areas of deterioration.
Personnel manager dealing with professional performance and well-being of team members, actively encouraging on job training out of normal working hours to promote the department and aid in future promotional aspirations. First reporting officer for junior members of the department involved in personal development and performance related grading assessments.
Departmental Safety Representative involved in risk assessments evaluations, permit to work technical literature including confined spaces, embarkation of bulk fluids, work conducted at height and welding and burning permits. Safety representative of Maritime pollution, COSHH and H2S monitoring and maintenance.

Career medium 04
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Career medium 04

HMS Sultan (Royal Navy)

Marine Engineering Additional Qualification Course

Continuation of advanced qualifications in gas/electric arc welding, marine fibre reinforced plastic repairs, pipe brazing and manipulation techniques and progressive modules in ships construction and stability.

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HMS Sultan (Royal Navy)

Promotional and Career Course Student

Career course engineering student conducting full time education in advanced engineering disciplines displaying excellent time management skills and administrative techniques to achieve consistently high grades.

• Petty Officer engineering technician qualifying course (ME284) undertaking modules on electrical and mechanical principles, mathematics, automation control and electronic theory.
• Continuation of advanced qualifications in gas/electric arc welding, marine fibre reinforced plastic repairs, pipe brazing and manipulation techniques and progressive modules in ships construction and stability.
• Promoted team building within a class of 16 students by regularly organising 5-a-side football games after instructional classes helping to alleviate stress levels and to support class cohesion.
• Successfully completed CMI Level 5 & 3 diploma in management.

Career medium 05
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Career medium 05

Royal Navy

Leading Engineering Technician

Lead maintainer in domestic electrical distribution systems.

• Qualified Leading Engineering Technician in charge of routine electrical system maintenance and domestic electrical fault diagnostics.
• Section leader of general engineering administration and team member’s skill development.
• Endorsed Marine Engineering Officer of the Watch conducting routine watch keeping and maintenance of the main propulsion plant, providing advice to senior management and quick decision making processes to enable operational continuity during prolonged shifts and anti-social hours.

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HMS Sultan

Promotional and Career Course Student

Career course engineering student conducting full time education to achieve City & Guilds Part 2 Electrical and Electronic Craft Studies.
Successfully completed ILM Level 2 certificate in team leading.

Career medium 03
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Career medium 02

Royal Navy

Marine Engineering Mechanic

Roles including;

• Basic marine engineering duties
• Plant watch keeping routines
• Firefighting responsibilities
• Accounting for logistical usage of bulk fluids

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Falinge Park High School

Secondary Education