DECK COURSES

BRM/BTM Training Course

This course is to learn the Bridge Resource Management (BRM) and Bridge Teamwork Management (BTM) for 3days, which is basis on IMO Model Course 1.22 Ship "Simulator and Bridge Teamwork 2002 Edition".

The course consists of theory (lectures) and practice (simulator exercises). Lectures provide theoretical knowledge for the exercises. Practice consists of exercises on the ship simulator.

The trainees are familiarized with the operation of the ship simulator prior to the exercises that are controlled by the instructor.

Steering Course

This course is developed in response to customer / principal requirements.  It consists of theoretical and practical exercises performed on a ship handling simulator.

Automatic Identification System Course

This course provides generic training in the use of AIS. It is designed for officers- in-charge of a navigational watch on ships that are fitted with such equipment. Its main aims are to increase safety and security and to protect the environment.  The course takes into account all relevant IMO resolutions and Guidelines on AIS available.

Trim and Stability

This course is designed to familiarize Deck Officers with the theoretical principles of Ship Stability and to provide them with practical skills in shipboard applications. The course also aims to enhance the knowledge of junior/senior deck officers in using stability software application presently used onboard “K” Line vessels.

Ship Simulator & Bridge Teamwork with Bridge Resource Management

This course is designed for Deck Officers. It is practical and theoretical and consists of series of exercises performed on a ship handling simulator, making use of effective bridge procedures, to comply with COLREG 1972 and to observe basic principles of keeping a navigational watch, as set out in regulation VII/2, section A-VIII/2 and B-VIII/2 of the STCW 95 Convention and Code. To enhance the officer level of competence or responsibilities and to effectively perform the bridge watch keeping team in normal and emergency situations.

Operational Use of Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) Course

This course intends to provide the knowledge, skill and understanding of ECDIS and electronic charts to the thorough extent needed to safely navigate vessels whose primary means of navigation is ECDIS. The course emphasizes both the application and learning of ECDIS in a variety of underway contexts. 

Skills Enhancement Course for Deck Ratings

This course is designed to upgrade the skills of Filipino seafarers before they board “K”-Line vessels. It will also enhance their present skills and abilities, and develop new skills so as to ensure maximum efficiency in the performance of their duties on board in accordance with the expectations of the principals.

Gyro Compass Preventive Maintenance Course

This course is designed for Junior Deck Officers, and Electricians boarding “K” Line vessels. It will provide trainees with the basic knowledge in the principles of operation of the magnetic and gyrocompass and the ability to perform gyro compass preventive maintenance needed on board vessel.

Deck Machinery Course for Ratings

This course is intended for Deck Ratings who will be assigned on-board ocean going vessels as part of their skill development, to meet the expectation of the principal and to ensure the safe operation of the vessel.

Deck Machinery Course for Officers

This course is intended for Deck Officers and Junior Engineers who will be assigned on-board ocean going vessels as part of their skill development, to meet the expectation of the principal and to ensure the safe operation of the vessel.

Management Level Course for Marine Deck Officer (Function 1- Navigation at the Management Level)

This Function covers the mandatory requirements for knowledge, understanding and proficiencies for “Navigation at the Management Level” as provided for under the 2010 STCW Manila Amendments, Regulation II/2 in relation to Section A-II/2, Table A-II/2 thereof. The topics were carefully selected following a course mapping based on the revised IMO Model Course 7.01 and the revised BSMT program under CMO No. 31, series of 2013, which now covers specific management level topics under this function.

Management Level Course for Marine Deck Officer (Function 2- Cargo Handling and Stowage at the Management Level)

This Function covers the mandatory requirements for knowledge, understanding and proficiencies for “Cargo Handling and Stowage at the Management Level” as provided for under the 2010 STCW Manila Amendments, Regulation II/2 in relation to Section A-II/2, Table A-II/2 thereof. Topics in this function were also carefully selected following a course mapping based on the revised IMO Model Course 7.01 and the revised BSMT program under CMO No. 31, series of 2013, which now covers specific management level topics under this function.

Management Level Course for Marine Deck Officer (Function 3 - Controlling the Operation of the Ship and Care for Person on Board at the Management Level)

This Function covers the mandatory requirements for knowledge, understanding and proficiencies for “Controlling the Operation of the Ship and Care for Persons on Board at the Management Level” as provided for under the 2010 STCW Manila Amendments, Regulation II/2 in relation to Section A-II/2, Table A-II/2 thereof. Topics in this function were also carefully selected following a course mapping based on the revised IMO Model Course 7.01 and the revised BSMT program under CMO No. 31, series of 2013, which now covers specific management level topics under this function.

Updating Course for Management Level Marine Deck Officer (Function 1 – Navigation at the Management Level)

Function 1 of this updating course covers the topics relating to the gaps that were identified  in  order  for Management  Level  Marine  Deck  Officers  who  were certified  under  the  STCW'78  Convention,  as  amended in  1995  to  meet  the additional knowledge, understanding and proficiencies (KUPs) under the 2010 
STCW Manila Amendments for “Navigation at the Management Level”.

Updating Course for Management Level Marine Deck Officer (Function 3 – Controlling the Operation of the Ship and Care for Persons on Board at the Management Level)

Function  3  of  this  updating  course  covers  the  topics  relating  to  the  “Use  of Leadership and Managerial Skills” which was identified as one of the gaps in order for  Management  Level  Deck  Officer  who  were certified under  the  STCW'78 Convention, as amended in 1995 to meet the additional knowledge, understanding and proficiencies (KUPs) under the  2010  STCW Manila Amendments in “Controlling the Operation of the Ship and Care for Persons on Board at the Management Level”.

Chart and Publication Updating Course

This course does not attempt to teach navigation, for it only provides demonstration in updating techniques set out clearly and simple whitch are essential point of good chart and publication correction.

Updating Training for Officers-in charge of a Navigational Watch (Function 1 – Part A) On Seagoing Ships of 500 Gross Tonnage or More

This  course  covers  and apply to the  Updating Training for  Officers in Charge of a Navigational Watch on seagoing ships of 500 gross tonnage or more and  it  shall  apply to merchant marine officers who are currently holding  Certificate  of  Competency  (COC)  as  Officer  in  Charge  of  a Navigational Watch (OIC-NW) on seagoing ships  of 500 gross tonnage or  more  under  Regulation  11/1  of  the  SCTW'78  Convention,  as 
amended in 1995.

Updating Training for Officers-in charge of a Navigational Watch (Function 3 – Part A) On Seagoing Ships of 500 Gross Tonnage or More

This course covers and apply to the Updating Training for Officers in Charge of a Navigational Watch on seagoing ships of 500 gross tonnage or more and it shall apply  to  merchant  marine  officers  who  are  currently  holding Certificate  of Competency  (COC)  as  Officer  in  Charge  of  a  Navigational  Watch  (OIC-NW)  on seagoing ships of 500 gross tonnage or more under Regulation 11/1 of the SCTW'78 Convention, as amended.

Updating Training for Officers-in charge of a Navigational Watch (Function 1 – Part B) On Seagoing Ships of 500 Gross Tonnage or More

This course covers and apply to the Updating Training for Officers in Charge of a Navigational  Watch on seagoing ships of 500 gross tonnage or more and it shall apply  to  merchant  marine  officers  who are currently holding  Certificate  of Competency  (COC)  as  Officer  in  Charge  of  a  Navigational  Watch  (OIC-NW) on seagoing  ships  of  500  gross  tonnage  or  more  under  Regulation  11/1  of  the SCTW'78Convention, as amended in 1995.

Updating Training for Officers-in charge of a Navigational Watch (Function 2 – Part B) On Seagoing Ships of 500 Gross Tonnage or More

This course covers and apply to the Updating Training for Officers in Charge of a Navigational Watch on seagoing ships of 500 gross tonnage or more and it shall apply  to  merchant  marine  officers  who  are  currently  holding Certificate  of Competency  (COC)  as  Officer  in  Charge  of  a  Navigational  Watch  (OIC-NW)  on seagoing  ships of  500  gross  tonnage  or  more  under  Regulation  11/1  of  the SCTW'78Convention, as amended in 1995.

Updating Training for Officers-in charge of a Navigational Watch (Function 3 – Part B) On Seagoing Ships of 500 Gross Tonnage or More

This course covers and apply to the Updating Training for Officers in Charge of a Navigational Watch on seagoing ships of 500 gross tonnage or more and it shall apply  to  merchant  marine  officers  who  are  currently  holding Certificate  of Competency  (COC)  as  Officer  in  Charge  of  a  Navigational  Watch  (OIC-NW)  on seagoing ships of  500  gross  tonnage  or  more  under  Regulation  11/1  of  the SCTW'78Convention, as amended in 1995.

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