Deck(Navigation)

Overview

The EAMS approved training programs for our training, deck officers are job specific and allow cadets to build professionalism, earning potential and capability to progress quickly in their careers.

STCW 78 as amended (2010 ''Manila Amendments'')

The STCW Convention 1978 has been amended by the 2010 Manila Amendments and contains new training demands.

Whole of our courses are STCW 2010 compliant.

 

                                                   

Deck (Navigation) courses (Guided Training)

5th term courses

1-      Leadership V - LT305

This course aims at getting the cadet acquainted with the general rules of the art of leadership to enable the smooth and efficient running of work on commercial ships.

2-      Practical Seamanship - TT 316

This course aims to meet the mandatory minimum requirements for knowledge, understanding and proficiency of seamanship techniques in accordance with the new amended of STCW 78 and IMO model course (Officer in charge of a navigational watch).

3-      Practical Ship Operation & Person Care On board - TT 317

The course aim to encourage trainees to suggest the actions they would take in response to the various emergencies, to consider pollution-prevention requirements maintain the sea-worthiness of the ship prevent, control and fight fires operate life-saving appliances and to provide medical first aid on board ship.

4-      Practical Navigation - TT 336

The course aims to enable the cadets to distinguish between types of fixing methods, bearings, types of ship''s tracks and courses in addition to use the celestial bodies to determine ship position and compasses error beside understanding the methods of fixing using celestial sphere According to STCW 1978 as amended in addition to IMO model course 7.03.

5-      Operative Cargo Handling & Stowage - TT 352

This course aims to meet the mandatory minimum requirements for knowledge understanding and proficiency in table A-11/1 of STCW 78, as amended (Manila 2010) for the function of cargo handling and stowage at the operational level. This course based on IMO Model Course 7.03.

6-      Operative Electronic Navigation Systems - TT 364

The course aims to enable the cadets to apply different methods to calculate elevation and use the magnetic gyro compass, in addition, present the different types, operations of position fixing systems melding land baser action navigation and space – based radio navigation systems, beside the correct use of radar to change ship courses, speed and fixing the ship position according to STCW 78 as amended, in addition to IMO Model Course 7.03.

                                                 

6th term courses

1-      Leadership VI - LT306

This course aims at getting the cadet acquainted with the general rules of the art of leadership to enable the smooth and efficient running of work on commercial ships.

2-      Applied Ship Maneuvering and Emergency Procedures  - TT 318

The aim of this course is to keep the trainee able to demonstrate sense of responsibility, independence and awareness of the means of cooperation with others as part of one of the emergency teams on board.

Provide the trainee with the basic principles of ship handling, maneuvering,

. The requirements of the STCW as amended are covered by IMO model course 7.03.

3-      Practical Safety & Environmental Protection - TT 319

The aim of this course is to keep the trainee able to demonstrate sense of responsibility, independence and awareness of the means of cooperation with others as part of one of the emergency teams on board.

. The requirements of the STCW Convention are covered by IMO model course.

4-      Practical Passage Plan - TT 337

The course aims to enable the cadet should be competent to carry out voyage planning (Coastal and Ocean), the use of Admiralty Publication in voyage planning, Weather routing and the performance standards for electronic charts According to STCW 1978 as amended in addition to IMO model course 7.03.

5-      Applied Cargo Handling & Securing  - TT 353

The course aims to enable the student to monitor the loading, stowage, securing and unloading of cargoes and their care during the voyage and to inspect and report defects and damage to cargo spaces, hatch covers and ballast tanks according to STCW 78 as amended, in addition to IMO Model Course 7.03.

6-      Practical Electronic Navigational Aids - TT 365

The course aims to enable the student to meet the mandatory requirements for knowledge, understanding and proficiency in Table A-II/1 of STCW 78 as amended in addition to IMO Model Course 7.03.