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Management Level Course for Maritime Deck Officers

Function 1
(10 Days)
Scope
Module 1 This part addresses the competencies on the following:
- Plan a voyage and conduct navigation
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Determine position and the accuracy of resultant position fix by any means

Determine and allow for compass error

Coordinate search and rescue operations

Establish watchkeeping arrangement procedures

Maintain safe navigation through the use of information from radar and ARPA and modern

Navigation systems to assist in command decision making

- Maintain the safety of navigation through the use of ECDIS and associated navigation systems to
assist in command decision making
Module 2 This part addresses the competencies on the following:
- Forecast weather and oceanographic conditions
- Respond to navigational emergencies
Module 3 This Module addresses the competencies on the following
- Maneuver and handle a ship in all conditions
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Operate remote controls of propulsion plant and engineering systems and services

Objectives
Module 1:
Upon completion of this module, the candidate shall be able to:
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Plan a voyage and conduct navigation for all conditions; adopt the general principles on ships

Routeing; and apply ship reporting appropriately.

Determine ships position and the accuracy of resultant position fix by any means within accepted

Accuracy levels in all conditions.


Identify, compare and contrast the different magnetic compass errors; identify causes of gyro-

compass errors and apply for correction; and, understand the system, operation and care of the
main types ofgyro-compass.
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Respond to a distress message; coordinate and execute search and rescue operations.

Establish navigational watchkeeping arrangement and bridge teamwork procedures with full

understanding of the International Regulations for Preventing Collision at Sea (COLREGs) and

its

application.
- Safely navigate through the use of Radar and ARPA; practice blind pilotage technique, analyze and
interpret information obtained from radar and ARPA; and put to optimum use the inter-relationship of all
navigational data.
- Manage ECDIS operational procedures, systems file and data; and use ECDIS playback
functionality.
Module 2: Upon completion of this module, the candidate shall be able to
- Interpret synoptic chart; understand characteristics of various weather systems; understand ocean
current systems and apply the same in voyage planning; calculate tidal conditions; and use all available
references in forecasting weather and oceanographic conditions.
- Respond appropriately when beaching a ship, before and after grounding, refloating a grounded
ship, collision and steering failure; explain and describe the due diligence or measures that must be
observed in damage control assessment; and determine the arrangements and procedures that will be
implemented in an event that own vessel will be towed due to an emergency
Module 3: Upon completion of this module, the candidate shall be able to:
- Maneuver and handle a ship in all conditions simulated in real time with the use of a full mission
bridge simulator that can simulate physical and behavioral realism.
- Understand the principles and safe operating limits of marine power plants as well as ships

auxiliary machineries; determine technical specifications of the various parts of the marine power plants
and auxiliary machineries and their location.
Entry Standards
Open to marine deck officers who are holders of certificate under the 1978 STCW Convention as
amended, at the operational level with at least six (6) months of seagoing service at that capacity.
Course Certification
Candidates shall be assessed in accordance with approved procedures before being issued a certificate
of completion for a specific function.

Management Level Course for Maritime Deck Officers


Function 2
(10 Days)
Scope
This model course aims to meet the mandatory minimum requirements for knowledge, understanding and
proficiency in Table A-ll/2 of STCW 2010 for the function Cargo Handling and Stowage at the
Management Level.
Module 1 This part will enhance trainees competencies on Planning and ensuring safe loading,
stowage, securing, and care during voyage and unloading of cargoes.
Module 2 This module covers Assessment of reported defects and damages to cargo spaces, hatch
covers and ballast tanks; and the corresponding appropriate actions.
Module 3 This will cover competencies on the Carriage of Dangerous Goods.
Objectives
Module 1:
Upon completion of this module, the candidate shall be able to:
- Apply relevant international regulations, codes and standards concerning safe handling, stowage,
securing and transport of cargoes;
- Recognize the unacceptable or unforeseen variation in the condition or specification of the cargo;

- Keep hull stress within acceptable limits; and


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Plan and execute stowage and securing of cargoes on board ship

Module 2: Upon completion of this module, the candidate shall be able to:
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Determine limitations on strength of the vital constructional parts of a standard bulk carrier;

- Interpret given figures for bending moments and shear forces; and
- Explain how to avoid the detrimental effects on bulk carriers of corrosion, fatigue and inadequate
cargo. handli
Module 3: Upon completion of this module, the candidate shall be able to:
- Refer to appropriate international regulations, codes and standards, codes and recommendations
when carrying dangerous cargoes; and
- Exercise precautions during loading, unloading and care during the voyage for the carriage of
dangerous, hazardous and harmful cargoes.
Entry Standards
This course is approved for marine deck officers who are holders of certificate under the 1978 STCW
Convention, as amended at the operational level with at least six (6) months of seagoing service at that
capacity.
Course Certification
Candidates shall be assessed in accordance with approved procedures before being issued a certificate
of completion under a particular function.