Basic Seamanship - GP (Deck & Eng), including (BST);

 

The Watch Keeper Rating course is designed to train Seafarers who wish to obtain the appropriate certificate to perform watch keeping duties on the bridge at support level and other deck machinery’s maintenance and operational duties. OBJECTIVE On the completion of this course, trainees will meet the STCW mandatory minimum requirements for Deck Rating, as per the 2010 amendments to the 1978 STCW Convention and Code – STCW Code Table A-II/4. COURSE OUTLINE The deck watch rating’s training is collaborated with various facilities at PMTC, ie; simulation equipment and practical exercises, to impart the relevant knowledge and skill to trainees thus enabling them to perform watchkeeping duties on board vessels. On completion of this training, the trainee will have acquired the knowledge and skill to perform the following duties competently;

• Maintain and handle ropes

• Use ropes on shipboard applications

• Provide safe means of access to personnel

• Perform watch keeping duties at support level

• Be able to perform shipboard duties safely with an appreciation of Occupational Health and Safety issues.

• Perform deck maintenance duties

• Observe marine pollution measures

• Understands the importance of emergency procedures The Certificate of Competency (COC), Watchkeeper Rating, Deck, provides a pathway into higher Deck Officer qualifications as per the 2010 amendments to the 1978 STCW Conventions training structure. 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 Watchkeeper Rating, Deck, which meets the STCW Code table A-II/4, 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 10 weeks which includes;

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

 

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The Watchkeeper Rating, Engine, training course is designed to prepare support personnel in the engineroom with knowledge, practical skills and competence in ships engineroom operation and  other engineering duties on board. This training aims to enable trainee’s with the competency to form part of a watch at support level, in a manned engine-room or designated to perform duties in a periodically unmanned engine-room OBJECTIVE On the completion of this course, trainees will meet the STCW mandatory minimum requirements for Engine Rating, as per the 2010 amendments to the 1978 STCW Convention and Code – STCW  Code  Table A-III/4. COURSE OUTLINE The Watchkeeper Rating, Engine training ensures that on completion of this training, the learner will have acquired the knowledge and skills required to assist in the safe operation and maintenance of the propulsion plant and auxiliary systems on board. The course units include:

•    Shafting and gearing

•    Pumping systems

•    Marine Diesel engines

•    Steering and Hydraulic systems

•    Steam systems

•    Electrical systems and practises

•    Pollution control

•    Fuels and Lubricants

•    Compressed Air systems

•    Workshop Safety Theory

•    Fitting Workshop Practice

•    Auxiliary Machinery

•    Engine Workshop

•    Ship Construction The Certificate of Competency (COC),

 

Watchkeeper Rating, Engine, provides a pathway into higher marine engineering qualifications as per the 2010 amendments to the 1978 STCW Conventions training structure. 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 Watchkeeper Rating, Engine, which meets the STCW Code table A-III/4, 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 10 weeks  which includes;

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

 

 

 

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