Welcome To Loyalty Marine Education Trust

Loyalty Marine Education Trust established in 2016 with the objective of imparting marine related training to seafarers and thereby achieves an overall improvement of the quality of seafarers. The stricter imposition of various regulations by marine organizations like IMO, Flag State administration etc., requires that seafarers are well trained to achieve their goals. Its purpose is to set up this training center with an aim to enhance the knowledge, skills and attitude of seafarers.

Basic Safety Training program contains courses (PSSR, PST, EFA & FPFF) that meet the mandatory minimum requirements as per STCW for Safety familiarization for Seafarers.
(Oil and Chemical Tanker Cargo Operations) This course applies to officers and ratings who will be assigned specific duties and responsibilities related to cargo and cargo equipment on oil or chemical tankers.
(Security Training for Seafarers with Designated Security Duties) the course intends to provide knowledge, understanding and skills to seafarers who will be designated to perform onboard security duties.
(Liquefied Gas Tanker Cargo Operation) This course provides training for all junior officers, ratings, cadets and any officer person assigned duties and responsibilities related to the cargo or cargo equipment on liquefied gas tankers.

In possession of PST or FPFF Certificates issued more than five years ago are required to undertake Refresher Training and demonstration of competence to ensure continued maintenance of standards of competence as per STCW Code as amended in 2010.


LMET took its own pace in transforming me and eventually brought my best, without me even knowing. I trust LMET can do better to incoming students as it has become a benchmark of quality education in Asia.Anand DevStudent,
Must say this is a great place for all training, simple language, lucid illustrations…its a praise deserving effort! Keep at it!!!!..Sneha RaiStudent,

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