Able-Bodied Seafarer - (Deck & Eng), including (BST);

ABEL SEAFARER DECK

The Abel Seafarer Deck course is designed to train experienced seafarers to upgrade their level of knowledge and skills. This training will enable experienced seafarers to qualify with the recognized qualification as per the 2010 amendments to the STCW Convention and Code, as Able Seafarer Deck.. OBJECTIVE On the completion of this course, trainees will meet the STCW mandatory minimum requirements for Abel Seafarer Deck , as per the 2010 amendments to the 1978 STCW Convention and Code – STCW  Code  Table A-II/5. OUTLINE The Abel Seafarer Deck course is structured to comply with requirements specified in Section A-II/5 and Table A-II/5 of the 2010 Manila Amendments to the STCW Code and the training also covers the watchkeeping arrangement principles to be observed, as stated in Section A-VIII/2, Part 4-2, 5-2 and 5-4. The trainee who completes the training programme should be competent to perform deck side duties of a Able Seafarer in the following areas;

•    Bridge watchkeeping duties

•    Duties of helmsperson

•    Vessel handling

•    Cargo handling

•    Operation of deck machinery

•    Knowledge and use of marine ropes

•    Anchoring and mooring operations

•    Carrying out maintenance using chairs and stages as well as maintenance on deck related machinery

•    Awareness and implementing pollution control measures

•    Participate in security related duties Basic Safety Training This course is designed to meet the minimum professional requirements of the 2010 amendments to the STCW Convention and Code, Chapter VI, Table A – VI/1-1 to VI/1-4 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model Course 1.12, 1.18, 1.19, 1.20.  

 

The basic safety program consists of:

•    Personal Survival Techniques

•    Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting

•    Basic First Aid

•    Personnel safety and social responsibility

•    Maritime Security awareness or Designated security duties certificate

•    Occupational health and safety

•    Tank entry procedures CERTIFICATES The trainee will receive a certificate of competency as Abel Seafarer, Deck, which meets the STCW Code table A-II/5, as amended. WHO SHOULD ATTEND

•    The candidate should at least be 18 years of age

•    The candidate should meet the prerequisite requirements and be medically fit to be a seafarer.

 

MISCELLANOUS All candidates will receive a set of PMTC uniforms;

one pair of trousers and a t-shirt.

 

TRAINING DURATION Duration:    

Total of 11 weeks  which includes; 7 days SOLAS for refresher or 10 days if initial sea safety is required

 

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ABLE SEAFARER DECK

The Able Seafarer Engine training course aims to prepare trainee’s with operational skills and knowledge to perform engineering duties in a manned engineroom or designated to perform duties in a periodically unmanned engineroom as well as carry out other ships machinery. OBJECTIVE On the completion of this course, trainees will meet the STCW mandatory minimum requirements for Abel Seafarer Engine, as per the 2010 amendments to the 1978 STCW Convention and Code – STCW  Code  Table A-III/5. OUTLINE The Abel Seafarer Engine course is structured to comply with requirements specified in Section A-III/5 and Table A-III/5 of the 2010 Manila Amendments to the STCW Code and the training also covers the watchkeeping arrangement principles to be observed, as stated in Section A-VIII/2, Part 4-2, 5-2 and 5-4. The trainee who completes the training programme should be competent to perform engineering watchkeeping duties in the following areas;

•    Monitoring, control and safe operation of enginroom machinery and auxiliary systems

•    Fuel and oil Transfer operations

•    Maintenance of engine room machinery and auxiliary systems.

•    Safe use and operation of electrical equipment

•    Handling of engine room stores

•    Awareness and prevention of marine pollution

•    Occupational health and safety awareness

•    Ships bilge and ballast operations. 4.    Basic Safety Training This course is designed to meet the minimum professional requirements of the 2010 amendments to the STCW Convention and Code, Chapter VI, Table A – VI/1-1 to VI/1-4 and is based on the guidelines of IMO Model Course 1.12, 1.18, 1.19, 1.20.  The basic safety program consists of:

•    Personal Survival Techniques

•    Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting

•    Basic First Aid

•    Personnel safety and social responsibility

•    Maritime Security awareness or Designated security duties certificate

•    Occupational health and safety

•    Tank entry procedures CERTIFICATES The trainee will receive a certificate of competency as Abel Seafarer, Engine, which meets the STCW Code table A-III/5, as amended.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

•    The candidate should at least be 18 years of age

•    The candidate should meet the prerequisite requirements and be medically fit to be a seafarer.

 

MISCELLANOUS All candidates will receive a set of PMTC uniforms; one pair of trousers and a t-shirt.

 

TRAINING DURATION Duration:    Total of 11 weeks  which includes;

 

•    7 days SOLAS for refresher or 10 days if initial sea safety is required.

 

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