Overview top

A 1 week course of assessment leading to Chief Mates Certificate of Competence. 

Use of simulation in various scenarios demonstrating ability to use Radar / ARPA, ECDIS and engine controls.

External candidates may enquire, but additional preparation work is needed prior to attending the course.

Entry Requirements top

At least 12 months watchkeeping service whilst holding a certificate of competence issued under Regulation II/1 of the STCW Convention, 1978 , as amended; and

Provide documentary evidence of successful completion of:

  1. MCA approved Navigation, Radar and ARPA Simulator Training (Operational Level) course completed on or after 01.01.2005; or
  2. MCA approved ECDIS course completed on or after 01.01.2005; or
  3. ECDIS course in compliance with IMO Model Course 1.27 and approved by an Administration whose CoC is accepted by the MCA for the issue of a CEC.

Assessment top

Continual assessment and feedback through debriefings and CCTV footage.

Professional Opportunities top

  1. Mandatory for the issue of a Chief Mates Certificate of Competence.

Downloads

NAEST Man JI.pdf (173.01 KB)
Map Marine.pdf (928.86 KB)

Dates & Fees

Start End 19+ Full Cost
15/2/2021 19/2/2021 £1150.00£1150.00*
26/7/2021 30/7/2021 £1150.00£1150.00*
*Fee for non-UK residents
Whilst we make every effort to ensure that all information relating to courses and fees is correct on the website it is always advisable to call our Student Services team to check the current situation with regards to fees and funding.

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