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UniversityoftheVisayas

Maritime College
Colon Cor. JakosalemStreet, Cebu City

University of theVisayas
VISION
By 2019, the University of the Visayas (UV) is a research-driven university geared towards the development of human
capital imbued with social conscientiousness.

MISSION
a) The University of the Visayas (UV) builds and embraces a sustainable research culture while harnessing the talents
and potentials of its stakeholders and promoting cultural, environmental, spiritual and societal responsibility.
b) With this commitment, the University capacitates students, faculty, and staff with research skills. While espousing
scholarly inquiry in both academic and non-academic endeavors, it utilizes and communicates results to produce
principled professionals who are responsive to the demands of time.

GOALS
1.
2.
3.
4.

Produce, present, and publish cutting-edge multidisciplinary research outputs.


Provide competent professionals relevant to the demands of the local, national and global markets.
Equip the faculty with the necessary competencies to effectively transfer knowledge and technology.
Enable stakeholder to live-up to the Visayanian spirit, beneficial to the community.

Program Educational Objectives


Five years after graduation, the alumni of Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation shall
1. Performed work responsibly guided by the university mission and core values.
2. Entailed themselves on projects/tasks in the field of Marine Transportation for the advancement of the profession
through research and development projects significant to the society.
3. Established ability to unravel multifaceted problems with high ethical standards promoting societal responsibility,
singly or in teams.
4. Engaged in career advancement that defines their future clear opportunities and career path as principled
professionals.

CORE VALUES
Wisdom

Workmanship Efficiency
Leadership
Endurance
Achievement
Diversity
Enthusiasm
Service
Empathy
Responsibility
Virtuousness
Equality

MARITIME COLLEGE
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MARINE TRANSPORTATION

VISION
The University of the Visayas - Maritime College will be a beacon to aspiring seafarers anchored towards local and
international Maritime Industry demands anticipating the foreseeable future in an effort to raise the standards of
competence and professionalism of seafarers, upon whom the safety of life, property and the environment depends.

MISSION
The University of the Visayas - Maritime College is steered:
1. To produce competent maritime officers equip with knowledge, understanding, proficiencies, skills, and competencies,
as stated in the STCW Code.
2. To instill good attitudes geared in a strong sense of leaderships, discipline, integrity, and moral, spiritual and social
values tempered with a love of God, fellowmen, and country.
3. To imbued a sense of purpose and continuous development of maritime industry needs thru research.
4. To abide and maintain the standards set forth by the International Maritime Organization (thru SOLAS 1978, as
amended, STCW 1978, as amended, MARPOL 73/78, MLC and others), Philippine Government and other maritime
agencies and governing bodies locally and internationally.

Program Objectives:
The BSMT program aims to: (CMO #20, Series of 2015)
a) Provide and equip students with knowledge, understanding, proficiencies, skills, competencies, attitudes and values
to qualify and prepare them for assessment and certification as Officer-in-Charge of a Navigational Watch (OICNW)
on seagoing ships of 500 gross tonnage or more; and
b) Produce graduates who are qualified to pursue a professional career or advanced studies in a related maritime field of
specialization.
Program outcomes: (CMO #20, Series of 2015)
The graduates of the BSMT program shall have acquired the knowledge and competencies necessary to perform
the following:
a) Demonstrate the ability to perform the competence, at the operational level under Section A-II/1 of the STCW Code;
b) Apply knowledge in mathematics, science and technology in solving problems related to the profession and the
workplace;
c) Work in a multi-cultural and/or multidisciplinary team;
d) Understand professional and ethical responsibilities;
e) Communicate effectively in oral and written English;
f) Understand the impact and implications of various contemporary issues in the global and social context of the
profession;
g) Engage in lifelong learning and keep abreast with developments in the field of specialization and/or profession;
h) Use appropriate techniques, skills and modern tools in the practice of the profession in order to remain globally
competitive; and
i) Conduct research using appropriate research methodologies.

COURSE SPECIFICATION

I.

Course Framework

Course Code: SEAM 5


Course Title: Ship Handling and
Maneuvering
Credit point value: 2 Units
Course Pre-requisite: D Watch 2
Course description:

Semester of Offer: SECOND SEMESTER


Year Level: THIRD Year LEVEL
Contact hours per week: 1 HRS LEC, 3 HRS LAB= 4 HRS
Course Intake Limitation: 50 STUDENTS
Faculty Requirements

To provide a basic understanding of Instructor: OPERATIONAL LEVEL with IMO MC 6.09,


6.10
ship handling and maneuvering
whether in harbor water or in open
water by the use of maneuvering Assessor: OPERATIONAL LEVEL with IMO MC 3.12
equipment and proper handling in
order that the ship would be at all
times under control and safe.
Course outcome:
At the end of this course, the students
must:
1. The effects of various deadweights,

Teaching Facilities and Equipment:


Mock Bridge, CBT, Computer or Laptops, Library Manual,
Seamanship Laboratory
Teaching Aids:
PPT PRESENTATION, VIDEO PRESENTATION, TEXTBOOKS, ETC.

draughts, trim, speed and underkeel clearance on turning circles and


stopping distances
2. Effect of wind and current on ship
handling
3. Maneuvers for the rescue of a
person overboard
4. Squat and shallow-water and similar
effects
5. Proper procedures for anchoring and
mooring
6. Contingency plans for response to
emergencies
7. Precautions of the protection and
safety of passengers in emergency
situations
8. Precautions to be taken when
beaching a vessel
9. Actions to be taken on following a
grounding
10.
Actions to be taken following a
collision
11. Initial damage assessment and
control
12. Rescue of persons from a vessel in
distress or from a wreck
13. Actions which can be taken when
emergencies arise in port
14. Measures for assisting a vessel in
distress

References:
R0
R1

CBT

R2

Capt. AN Cockcroft. (28th Edition 2004).


Nicholls Seamanship and Nautical Knowledge

R3

Captain AJ Swift FNI. (2nd Edition 2004). Bridge


Team Management A practical guide

R4

Danton Graham. (11th Edition 1996). The


Theory and Practice of Seamanship

R5

Daniel H. Mac Elrevey. (4th Edition 2004). Ship


handling for the Mariner

R6

Henry H. Hoyer. (1st Edition 1983). Behavior


and Handling of Ships

R7

P.F. Willerton. (1st Edition 1980). Basic Ship


handling for Masters, Mates and Pilots

R8

W.Burger, M Sc. (1957, revised 9th Edition


1998). Radar Observers handbook for
Merchant Navy Officer

R9

Betram, V. (2011). Practical ship hydrodynamics

Capt. AN Cockcroft and JNF Lameijer.


Edition 2001). Collision Avoidance Rules

(6 th

R10 Barrass, C. (2011). Ship design and performance for masters and
mates

R11 Dokkum, K. (2011). Ship knowledge


R12 Derret, D. (2011). Merchant Ship Stability

R13 House. (2010). Elements of Modern Ship Construction


R14 Rhodes, M. (2009). Ship Stability OOW book
R15 IMO. (2009). International Code of Intact Stability

R16 Doane, C. (2008). HSC Code of Safety for High Speed Craft

R17 Armstrong,M. (2007). Practical Ship Handling


R18
R19
R20
R21
R22

Derret, D. (2006). Ship Stability for Master and Mates


Lorange, P. (2005). Shipping Company Strategies: Global
Dizon, J. (2001). Ship Handling and Maneuvering
House, D. (2001). Seamanship Techniques
Alviola, V. (2000). Shipping Terms and Abbreviations

R23 Wikipedia. Man Overboard Rescue


http://en.Wikipedia.org/wiki/Man_overboard_res
cue_turn
R24 Wikipedia. Squat
http://en.Wikipedia.org/wiki/ship-squat.
R25 Wikipedia. Anchor
http://en.Wikipedia.org/wiki/Anchor

II.

Course Outline

Time Allotment (in hours)

Topics

Lecture

1. Precautions for protection and safety of


passengers
2. Initial action following collision or grounding
3. Rescuing persons from the sea, assisting a
ship in distress and port emergencies
4. Turning circles and stopping distances
5. Effect of wind and current on ship handling
6. Maneuvers for rescue of person overboard
7. Squat, shallow water and similar effects
8. Proper procedures for anchoring and mooring

TOTAL NO. of HRS

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30

Course Timetable

Period
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Midterm
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Final

Duration
Week 1 Week 6
Week 8 Week 10
Week 12 Week 15
Week 17 Week 19

Coverage
TOPIC 1, and 2
TOPIC 2, 3 and 4
TOPIC 4, 5, 6 and 7
TOPIC 7 and 8

Detailed Teaching Syllabus

Competence/s: Respond to Emergencies and Maneuver the ship

Knowledge, Understanding and Proficiency:


Table A-II/1 Function: Navigation at the operational level
Respond to Emergencies
1.5.1 Precautions for protection and safety of passengers
1.5.2 Initial action following collision and grounding
1.5.3 Rescuing persons from the sea, assisting a ship in distress and port emergencies

Maneuver the Ship


1.9.1 Ship maneuvering and handling
1.9.1.1 Turning circles and stopping distances
1.9.1.2 Effect of wind and current on ship handling
1.9.1.3 Maneuvers for rescue of person overboard
1.9.1.4 Squat, shallow water and similar effects
1.9.1.5 Proper procedures for anchoring and mooring

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Requirements for Grading:


1. No provisional, conditional or temporary final grade for any curricula or component course shall be given to a student.
2. In case a student fails to take a final examination or submit an academic requirement for completion of a course and
that his/her scholastic performance is not sufficient to merit a final passing grade, give the student a final grade
which does not earn any academic credit nor indicates failure such as NC for No Credit or NG for No Grade.
Such a grade is permanent and cannot be subsequently changed. Provided however, that where the failure to take the
final examination, or to submit the academic requirements, is due to excusable grounds such as, sickness,
emergency, or accident, the student may be given an incomplete mark or INC. In no case shall an incomplete or
INC mark remain for more than one academic year.
3. The passing standard shall be the grade of 70%, to get the percentile grade, the number of correct answers called
raw score shall be divided by the total number of test points and multiplied by 100.
4. Percentage (%) is used in determining and expressing a students raw scores in every examination. The table below
shows a sample of the range of percentage marks and their corresponding equivalents.
PERCENTAGE
GRADE

LETTER
GRADE

DESCRIPTIVE
RATING

FIVE
POINT

96

100

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adopted by the College of Maritime Education.

REMARKS
Meets minimum
competence with
exceptional score.
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score.
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competence with
above average score.
Meets minimum
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average score.
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Does not meet
minimum competence.

Point Grade will be

5. The transmutation of grade is not allowed.


The main components of the periodic assessment are the following:
For Courses with laboratory schedules

Major Written Examinations (Prelims, Midterms,


Semi-final and Finals
Practical Assessment
Progressive Assessment (Quiz, Recitation, Homework
and other assessed classroom activities)
Total:

IV.

25%
45%
30%

100 %

DATE OF REVISION______________

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

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Program Coordinator

Faculty, Maritime College


Approved:
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Dean, Maritime College