Training Program covers the requirements of the STCW Convention.
Passing training program, trainee will gain:
- ability to contribute to safe operation of vessels in polar waters;
- understanding of ice characteristics and areas where different types of ice
can be expected in the area of operation;
- understanding of vessel performance in ice and low air temperature;
- understanding of safe operations and ship manoeuvrability in ice;
- awareness to monitor and ensure compliance with legislative requirements;
- understanding to apply safe working practices and to respond to
emergenciesunderstanding and awareness of correct crew preparation, working conditions and safety;
- understanding the need to ensure compliance with pollution prevention
requirements and prevent environmental hazards;
- understanding skills to perform manoeuvres in order to safely operate
ships in polar waters.
In order to enter into the presented training program, trainee must represent:
- Certificate of Competency, Education Certificate or Certificate of Proficiency;
- Seamen’s book or Civil passport or ID;
- Medical Certificate or medical certificate form 100(for coastal water area seafarers’).
- Every candidate for a certificate in basic training for ships operating in polar waters shall hold a certificate as Master, chief mate or officer in charge of a navigation watch qualified in accordance with regulations II/1, II/2 and II/3 of the STCW Convention, respectively or equivalent as determined by the national administration.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 10 weeks
- Skill level All levels
- Students 45
- Assessments Yes