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    REV. NO. 00 2 April, 2005

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    REV. NO. 00 4 April, 2005ship, shipping trade and a good foundation inthe basic principles of navigation andenvironmental science. During, thesubsequent three semesters, candidates are

    trained on the job i.e. onboard a ship in thepractical application of the theory learnt.

    Sixth and final semester is conducted at anapproved Training Institute. The emphasisduring this semester is to prepare thecandidate for the examination of 2nd MateCertificate of Competency conducted by the

    Directorate General of Shipping, Ministry ofShipping. On successful completion of thisexamination, the candidate is awarded adegree in B. Sc. (Nautical Science) and aCertificate of Competency which enables himto become an officer on a merchant ship.

    18 Credits are awarded on successful

    completion of each Semester i.e. a total 108credits (18 X 6) would be required for awardof B. Sc. (Nautical Science) degree.

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    REV. NO. 00 5 April, 2005SUMMARY OF PROPOSED PROGRAM STRUCURE

    The Program is to be divided into three stages:

    Stage Semester Duration Stage of CadetsEducation cycle

    Award of Qualification

    Stage 1 Semester 1 & 2 12 months Pre Sea trainingat DGS approvedInstitute

    Diploma in Nautical Science (IGNOU)

    Stage 2 Semester 3, 4, &5

    18 months At Sea: SSTPprogramme

    approved byDGS

    Advanced Diploma in Nautical Science (IGNOU)

    Stage 3 Semester 6 4 months Post Sea trainingat DGS approvedInstitute.

    BSc (Nautical Science) Degree (IGNOU)

    Certificate of Competency (DGS) (Professional Qualification)

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    REV. NO. 00 6 April, 2005INDIRA GANDHI NATIONALOPEN UNIVERSITY

    Advanced Diploma in NauticalScience

    Introduction

    School of Engineering & Technology(SOET), Indira Gandhi National Open

    University (IGNOU) New Delhi incollaboration with the Directorate General ofShipping have developed this onboardtraining programme.

    On successful completion of various tasks tothe satisfaction of the Master of the vessel,the Officers nominated by him & IGNOU, the

    Cadet will be eligible to appear for thesemester end examinations and qualifyhimself for the award of Advanced Diplomain Nautical Science.

    The tasks contained in this Record Bookhave been carefully designed to help ensure

    that Cadets meet the requirements forcertification stipulated under thecompetences and that as far as possiblethe Officers supervising their training use thecriteria for evaluation based on Table A-II/1of the STCW Code. However, the tasks havebeen arranged with on board training inmind. The tasks do not cover areas whichare normally covered in Stage I of theCadets training.

    Completion of this Book will not itselfconstitute an official assessment ofcompetence. However, completion of theOnboard Training Record Book, Journals, &other written material should providesufficient documentary evidence that a

    DIRECTORATE GENERAL OFSHIPPING

    On Board Training Record ofTasks Performed

    Cadet has completed a properly structuredonboard training programme anddemonstrated competence in the skillsrequired by the amended STCWConvention.

    This onboard Training Record of tasksperformed takes full account of therequirements of the IMO Convention onStandards of Training, Certification and

    Watchkeeping for Seafarers and theprovisions of the STCW Code, 95.

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    REV NO 00 7 April, 2005

    Contents

    Page SECTION 1 Page SECTION 68 Guide to Completion 52 List of Training Tasks and Competences

    Achieved

    SECTION 2 54 BNA 031 Navigation

    11 Summary Record of Progress 59 BNA 032 Handling and Stowage of Cargo

    11 Particulars of Cadet 62 BNA 033 Personal Care & Safety Onboard

    12 Cadet's Training Record 64 BNA 041 Navigation

    12 Basic Training 68 BNA 042 Cargo Operations12 Record of Other Training 70 BNA 043 Controlling Ship's Operations & Care of

    13 Record of Sea Going Service Persons Onboard

    14 Shipboard Training Officer's Review 73 BNA 051 Navigation

    of Training 76 BNA 052 Cargo Handling & Stowage

    18 Master's Monthly Inspection of 79 BNA 053 Controlling Ship's Operations & Care of

    Record Book Persons Onboard

    22 Company's Inspection of Record Book 81 BNA 032(T) Cargo Operations (Tankers)

    23 Task Summary Chart 82 BNA 042(T) Cargo Operations (Tankers)83 BNA 052(T) Cargo Operations (Tankers)

    SECTION 3 86 Cadet's Record of Steering

    41 89 Cadet Steering Certificate

    Familiarisation 91 Cadet's Record of Port Watches

    103 Cadet's Port Watchkeeping Certificate

    SECTION 4 111 Cadet's Record of Watchkeeping

    44 Particulars of Ships 141 Watchkeeping Proficiency Certificate

    SECTION 5 SECTION 7

    50 149 Practical Shipboard Tasks

    Collisions at Sea, 1972

    SECTION 8

    156 Reinforcement of Theory Tasks

    Mandatory Safety and Shipboard

    International Regulations for Preventing

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    REV. NO. 00 9 April, 2005

    monthly. Comments should be recordedon page 14.

    A precise record should be kept on the

    Cadets seagoing service including timespent on Steering (see page 86), PortWatches (see page 91) and BridgeWatchkeeping duties (see page 111 )

    In addition to practical training,throughout seagoing service Cadetsshould practise their knowledge of theInternational Regulations for PreventingCollisions at Sea (see page 50).

    Cadets are also expected to completePractical Shipboard Tasks as given inSection 7 (see page 149) andReinforcement of Theory Topic Tasks asgiven in Section 8 (see page 156).

    Important note

    The STCW Conventionrequires that any personconducting onboard trainingshall do so only when it will notadversely affect the normaloperation of the ship and timecan be dedicated to the trainingand any evaluation ofcompetence.

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    REV. NO. 00 10 April, 2005

    Roles and ResponsibilitiesThe main roles and responsibilities of those involved in delivery of the programme are :

    Company TrainingOfficer

    MasterDesignated Shipboard

    Training OfficerTrainee

    DLP AdministeringInstitute

    Overall management ofthe training programme,including liaison betweenships, the Company and

    DLP Institutes.

    Provides the linkbetween the companytraining officer and theshipboard training officer

    to ensure theeffectiveness of onboardtraining

    Organises practicaltraining at sea for theduration of each voyage.

    Follows diligently theprogramme of training.

    Provides courses todevelop skills,knowledge andunderstanding.

    Monitors and reviewsoverall progress of thetrainee, including

    inspection of collegereports and records ofshipboard training.

    Monitors and reviewsprogress of shipboardtraining.

    Makes the most of theopportunities for learningand developing skills at

    all stages.

    Carries out formalassessment of Theoryand Practical Shipboard

    Tasks submitted by thetrainee, monitors thetrainees progress basedon evidence contained inthe Task SummarySheet, and after theexternal examinationsends the marksheet toIGNOU.

    Issues guidance,progress reports andaction plans as requiredto trainees andshipboard staff.

    Fulfils the role ofcontinuity if theshipboard training officeris relieved during thevoyage.

    Ensures in a supervisorycapacity thatrequirements for onboard

    training are fulfilled andthat the time the traineespends onboard is asuseful as possible interms of training andexperience.

    Keeps the SSTP RecordBook up to date andavailable for scrutiny asrequired.

    Reviews and providesreports on traineesprogress.

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    REV. NO. 00 11 April, 2005

    Particulars of Cadetto be completed by the cadet in block letters

    Name in full

    Passport No. CDC No.

    Indos No. Date of Birth

    Home Address

    Sponsoring Company

    Address

    Onboard Training Date Started Date Completed

    Change of Sponsoring Company (If applicable)

    Address

    Date of Change Date Completed

    SECTION 2

    Summary Record of Progress

    Photo

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    Cadet's Training Record

    Semester Name of Training Institute

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    Basic Training as required by Section A-VI/1 paragraph 2 of the STCW CodeAs part of your pre-sea training you should have completed Basic Training or instruction as listed. Enter details of this training or instruction below.

    Date

    Personal Survival Techniques

    Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting

    Elementary First AidPersonal Safety and Social Responsibilities

    Record of Other Training

    Date

    Proficiency in Survival Craft & Rescue Boats

    Radar Observer Course

    General Operator's Certificate (GMDSS)

    Restricted Operator's Certificate (GMDSS)

    Advanced Fire Fighting (AFF)

    Medical First Aid (MFA)

    Automatic Radar Plotting Aids (ARPA)

    From To

    Location Document No. (if any)

    Location Document No. (if any)

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    Record of Sea Going Service

    p

    Signed on Signed off Months Days Months Days

    serv ceDates Time spent on bridge Voyage Total - Seagoing

    um er wa c eep ng u es

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    Ship Board Training Officer's Review of TrainingThis table should be completed monthly. Comments should only relate to the cadet's practical progress and competence

    Ship Comments STO's Name (in block capitals) Initials Date

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    Ship Board Training Officer's Review of Training (continued)

    This table should be completed monthly. Comments should only relate to the cadet's practical progress and competence andshould not refer to character.

    DateShip Comments Name (in block capitals) Initials

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    Ship Board Training Officer's Review of Training (continued)

    This table should be completed monthly. Comments should only relate to the cadet's practical progress and competence.

    DateShip Comments Name (in block capitals) Initials

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    Ship Board Training Officer's Review of Training (continued)This table should be completed monthly. Comments should only relate to the cadet's practical progress and competence.

    InitialsShip Comments Name (in block capitals) Date

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    REV. NO. 00 18 April, 2005

    Master's Monthly / Quarterly Inspection of Record Book

    Comments should only relate to the cadet's practical progress and competence.

    Master's Date

    Initials

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    CommentsShip

    StampBlock Capitals

    Master Name in Ship's Official

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    Master's Monthly Quarterly Inspection of Record Book (continued)

    Comments should only relate to the cadet's practical progress and competence.

    Master's Date

    Initials

    8

    9

    10

    11

    12

    13

    14

    Ship Comments Master Name in

    Block Capitals Stamp

    Ship's Official

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    Master's Monthly / Quarterly Inspection of Record Book (continued)

    Comments should only relate to the cadet's practical progress and competence.

    Master's Date

    Initials

    15

    16

    17

    18

    19

    20

    21

    Block Capitals

    Ship Comments Master Name in Ship's Official

    Stamp

    REV NO 00 21 April 2005

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    Master's Monthly / Quarterly Inspection of Record Book (continued)

    Comments should only relate to the cadet's practical progress and competence.

    Master's DateInitials

    22

    23

    24

    25

    26

    27

    28

    Comments Master Name inBlock Capitals

    ShipStamp

    Ship's Official

    REV NO 00 22 April 2005

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    REV. NO. 00 22 April, 2005

    Company's Inspection of Record Book

    Comments should relate only to the cadet's practical progress and competence.

    Initials DateName in Bock CapitalsComments

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    Task Summary Chart

    The purpose of the summary chart is to provide you, your company and your ships' masters and officers with a guide and continuous

    check on the numbers of tasks or duties listed in Section 6 that you have completed and those that remain outstanding. Tick off only

    those boxes which you have completed. You have been issued with 3 copies of the Task Summary Chart for each Semester.

    In the charts below the tinted boxes simply indicate the start of a new group of tasks or duties.

    Semester 3(This sheet to be sent to DLP Institute after 3 months of sea service)

    Course Code: BNA 031Navigation

    1. Plan & conduct a passage and 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6 1.1.7 1.1.8 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5 1.2.6

    determine position

    1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4 1.3.5

    2. Maintain a safe navigational watch and 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.1.5 2.1.6 2.1.7 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 2.2.5 2.2.6 2.3.1

    use of radar and ARPA to maintain safety

    of navigation 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 2.4.1 2.4.2 2.4.3 2.4.4 2.4.5

    Course Code: BNA 032

    Cargo Handling & Stowage

    1. Plan & ensure safe loading, stowage, 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4

    securing, care during the voyage, &

    unloading of cargoes

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    2. Plan & ensure safe loading, stowage, 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.1.5 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5

    securing, care during the voyage &

    unloading of cargoes

    Course Code: BNA 033

    Personal Care & Safety Onboard

    1. Respond to emergencies 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3.1 1.3.2

    Course Code: BNA 032(T)Cargo Operations (Tankers)

    1. Safe Ballasting / Deballasting 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5

    Operations on a Tanker

    Cadet's Record of Watchkeeping at Sea

    Total No. of Watchkeeping duties kept: During Arrival / Departure:

    Cadet's Record of Port Watches

    Total No. of Port Watches kept :

    Cadet's Record of Steering

    Total No. of Steering hours: By Compass by day: By Compass by Night:

    Master's Signature : Date: Date:

    At Anchor:At Sea:

    STO's Signature:

    By sight: Entering / Leaving Port:

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    Task Summary Chart

    The purpose of the summary chart is to provide you, your company and your ships' masters and officers with a guide and continuous

    check on the numbers of tasks or duties listed in Section 6 that you have completed and those that remain outstanding. Tick off only

    those boxes which you have completed. You have been issued with 3 copies of the Task Summary Chart for each Semester.

    In the charts below the tinted boxes simply indicate the start of a new group of tasks or duties.

    Semester 3(This sheet to be sent to DLP Institute after 6 months of sea service)

    Course Code: BNA 031

    Navigation

    1. Plan & conduct a passage and 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6 1.1.7 1.1.8 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5 1.2.6

    determine position

    1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4 1.3.5

    2. Maintain a safe navigational watch and 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.1.5 2.1.6 2.1.7 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 2.2.5 2.2.6 2.3.1

    use of radar and ARPA to maintain safety

    of navigation 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 2.4.1 2.4.2 2.4.3 2.4.4 2.4.5

    Course Code: BNA 032

    Cargo Handling & Stowage

    1. Plan & ensure safe loading, stowage, 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4

    securing, care during the voyage, &

    unloading of cargoes

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    2. Plan & ensure safe loading, stowage, 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.1.5 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5

    securing, care during the voyage &

    unloading of cargoes

    Course Code: BNA 033

    Personal Care & Safety Onboard

    1. Respond to emergencies 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3.1 1.3.2

    Course Code: BNA 032(T)Cargo Operations (Tankers)

    1. Safe Ballasting / Deballasting 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5

    Operations on a Tanker

    Cadet's Record of Watchkeeping at Sea

    Total No. of Watchkeeping duties kept: During Arrival / Departure:

    Cadet's Record of Port Watches

    Total No. of Port Watches kept :

    Cadet's Record of Steering

    Total No. of Steering hours: By Compass by day: By Compass by Night:

    Master's Signature : Date: Date:

    Entering / Leaving Port:

    STO's Signature:

    At Sea: At Anchor:

    By sight:

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    Task Summary Chart

    The purpose of the summary chart is to provide you, your company and your ships' masters and officers with a guide and continuous

    check on the numbers of tasks or duties listed in Section 6 that you have completed and those that remain outstanding. Tick off only

    those boxes which you have completed. You have been issued with 3 copies of the Task Summary Chart for each Semester.

    In the charts below the tinted boxes simply indicate the start of a new group of tasks or duties.

    Semester 3(This sheet to be kept by Cadet as his record copy)

    Course Code: BNA 031Navigation

    1. Plan & conduct a passage and 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6 1.1.7 1.1.8 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5 1.2.6

    determine position

    1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4 1.3.5

    2. Maintain a safe navigational watch and 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.1.5 2.1.6 2.1.7 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 2.2.5 2.2.6 2.3.1

    use of radar and ARPA to maintain safety

    of navigation 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 2.4.1 2.4.2 2.4.3 2.4.4 2.4.5

    Course Code: BNA 032

    Cargo Handling & Stowage

    1. Plan & ensure safe loading, stowage, 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4

    securing, care during the voyage, &

    unloading of cargoes

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    2. Plan & ensure safe loading, stowage, 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.1.5 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5

    securing, care during the voyage &

    unloading of cargoes

    Course Code: BNA 033

    Personal Care & Safety Onboard

    1. Respond to emergencies 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3.1 1.3.2

    Course Code: BNA 032(T)Cargo Operations (Tankers)

    1. Safe Ballasting / Deballasting 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5

    Operations on a Tanker

    Cadet's Record of Watchkeeping at Sea

    Total No. of Watchkeeping duties kept: During Arrival / Departure:

    Cadet's Record of Port Watches

    Total No. of Port Watches kept :

    Cadet's Record of Steering

    Total No. of Steering hours: By Compass by day: By Compass by Night:

    Master's Signature : Date: Date:

    By sight: Entering / Leaving Port:

    STO's Signature:

    At Sea: At Anchor:

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    Semester 4

    (This sheet to be sent to DLP Institute after 9 months of sea service)

    Course Code: BNA 041Navigation

    1. Plan & conduct a passage 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3

    2. Bridge watchkeeping 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5

    Course Code: BNA 042

    Cargo Handling & Stowage

    1. Monitoring the loading, stowage, 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3

    securing & unloading of cargoes & their

    care during the voyage

    Course Code: BNA 043

    Constrolling Ship's Operations & Care of

    Person Onboard

    1. Maintain safety & security of the ship's 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4 1.3.5

    crew & passengers & the operational

    condition of life-saving, fire-fighting & 1.4.1 1.4.2 1.4.3 1.4.4 1.5.1 1.5.2 1.6.1 1.6.2other safety systems

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    Course Code: BNA 042(T)

    Cargo Operations (Tankers)

    1. Planning and Monitoring Loading, 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4

    Discharging & Tank Cleaning Operations

    Cadet's Record of Watchkeeping at Sea

    Total No. of Watchkeeping duties kept: During Arrival / Departure:

    Cadet's Record of Port Watches

    Total No. of Port Watches kept :

    Cadet's Record of Steering

    Total No. of Steering hours: By Compass by day: By Compass by Night:

    Master's Signature : Date: Date:STO's Signature:

    At Sea: At Anchor:

    Entering / Leaving Port:By sight:

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    Semester 4(This sheet to be sent to DLP Institute after 12 months of sea service.)

    Course Code: BNA 041

    Navigation

    1. Plan & conduct a passage 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3

    2. Bridge watchkeeping 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5

    Course Code: BNA 042

    Cargo Handling & Stowage

    1. Monitoring the loading, stowage, 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3

    securing & unloading of cargoes & their

    care during the voyage

    Course Code: BNA 043

    Controlling Ship's Operations & Care of

    Person Onboard

    1. Maintain safety & security of the ship's 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4 1.3.5

    crew & passengers & the operational

    condition of life-saving, fire-fighting & 1.4.1 1.4.2 1.4.3 1.4.4 1.5.1 1.5.2 1.6.1 1.6.2

    other safety systems

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    Course Code: BNA 042(T)

    Cargo Operations (Tanker)

    1. Planning and Monitoring Loading, 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4Discharging & Tank Cleaning Operations

    Cadet's Record of Watchkeeping at Sea

    Total No. of Watchkeeping duties kept: During Arrival / Departure:

    Cadet's Record of Port Watches

    Total No. of Port Watches kept :

    Cadet's Record of Steering

    Total No. of Steering hours: By Compass by day: By Compass by Night:

    Master's Signature : Date: Date:STO's Signature:

    By sight: Entering / Leaving Port:

    At Sea: At Anchor:

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    Semester 4(This sheet to be kept by Cadet as his record copy)

    Course Code: BNA 041

    Navigation

    1. Plan & conduct a passage 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3

    2. Bridge watchkeeping 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5

    Course Code: BNA 042

    Cargo Handling & Stowage

    1. Monitoring the loading, stowage, 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3

    securing & unloading of cargoes & their

    care during the voyage

    Course Code: BNA 043

    Controlling Ship's Operations & Care of

    Person Onboard

    1. Maintain safety & security of the ship's 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4 1.3.5

    crew & passengers & the operational

    condition of life-saving, fire-fighting & 1.4.1 1.4.2 1.4.3 1.4.4 1.5.1 1.5.2 1.6.1 1.6.2

    other safety systems

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    Course Code: BNA 042(T)

    Cargo Operations (Tanker)

    1. Planning and Monitoring Loading, 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4Discharging & Tank Cleaning Operations

    Cadet's Record of Watchkeeping at Sea

    Total No. of Watchkeeping duties kept: During Arrival / Departure:

    Cadet's Record of Port Watches

    Total No. of Port Watches kept :

    Cadet's Record of Steering

    Total No. of Steering hours: By Compass by day: By Compass by Night:

    Master's Signature : Date: Date:STO's Signature:

    At Sea: At Anchor:

    By sight: Entering / Leaving Port:

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    Semester 5(This sheet to be sent to DLP Institute after 15 months of sea service)

    Course Code: BNA 051

    Navigation

    1. Plan a voyage & conduct navigation 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.4.1 1.4.2

    2. Maintain a safe navigational watch 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4

    Course Code: BNA 052

    Cargo Handling and Stowage

    1. Monitor & control compliance with 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3

    legislative requirements & measures to

    ensure safety of life at sea & the

    protection of marine environment

    2. Monitor the loading, stowage, securing 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4

    & unloading of cargoes & their care

    during the voyage

    Course Code: BNA 053

    Controlling Ship's Operation and Care of

    Persons Onboard

    1. Maintain & test life saving & fire 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4

    prevention appliances

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    Course Code: BNA 052(T)

    Cargo Operations (Tanker)

    1. Maintain Safe & Operational Condition 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.3.1

    of Emergency Shut Down System &

    Pollution Prevention & Control Equipment

    Cadet's Record of Watchkeeping at Sea

    Total No. of Watchkeeping duties kept: During Arrival / Departure:

    Cadet's Record of Port Watches

    Total No. of Port Watches kept :

    Cadet's Record of Steering

    Total No. of Steering hours: By Compass by day: By Compass by Night:

    Master's Signature : Date: Date:

    At Sea: At Anchor:

    STO's Signature:

    By sight: Entering / Leaving Port:

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    Semester 5(This sheet to be sent to DLP Institute after 18 months of sea service)

    Course Code: BNA 051

    Navigation

    1. Plan a voyage & conduct navigation 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.4.1 1.4.2

    2. Maintain a safe navigational watch 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4

    Course Code: BNA 052

    Cargo Handling and Stowage

    1. Monitor & control compliance with 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3

    legislative requirements & measures to

    ensure safety of life at sea & the

    protection of marine environment

    2. Monitor the loading, stowage, securing 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4

    & unloading of cargoes & their care

    during the voyage

    Course Code: BNA 053

    Controlling Ship's Operation and Care of

    Persons Onboard

    1. Maintain & test life saving & fire 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4

    prevention appliances

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    Course Code: BNA 052(T)

    Cargo Operations (Tanker)

    1. Maintain Safe & Operational Condition 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.3.1

    of Emergency Shut Down System &Pollution Prevention & Control Equipment

    Cadet's Record of Watchkeeping at Sea

    Total No. of Watchkeeping duties kept: During Arrival / Departure:

    Cadet's Record of Port Watches

    Total No. of Port Watches kept :

    Cadet's Record of Steering

    Total No. of Steering hours: By Compass by day: By Compass by Night:

    Master's Signature : Date: Date:STO's Signature:

    By sight: Entering / Leaving Port:

    At Sea: At Anchor:

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    Semester 5(This sheet to be kept by Cadet as his record copy)

    Course Code: BNA 051

    Navigation

    1. Plan a voyage & conduct navigation 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.4.1 1.4.2

    2. Maintain a safe navigational watch 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4

    Course Code: BNA 052

    Cargo Handling and Stowage

    1. Monitor & control compliance with 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3

    legislative requirements & measures to

    ensure safety of life at sea & the

    protection of marine environment

    2. Monitor the loading, stowage, securing 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4

    & unloading of cargoes & their care

    during the voyage

    Course Code: BNA 053

    Controlling Ship's Operation and Care of

    Persons Onboard

    1. Maintain & test life saving & fire 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4

    prevention appliances

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    Course Code: BNA 052(T)

    Cargo Operations (Tanker)

    1. Maintain Safe & Operational Condition 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.3.1

    of Emergency Shut Down System &Pollution Prevention & Control Equipment

    Cadet's Record of Watchkeeping at Sea

    Total No. of Watchkeeping duties kept: During Arrival / Departure:

    Cadet's Record of Port Watches

    Total No. of Port Watches kept :

    Cadet's Record of Steering

    Total No. of Steering hours: By Compass by day: By Compass by Night:

    Master's Signature : Date: Date:STO's Signature:

    By sight: Entering / Leaving Port:

    At Sea: At Anchor:

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    SECTION 3

    Mandatory Safety and Shipboard Familiarisation

    Safety Familiarisation as required by Section A-VI/1 paragraph 1 of the STCW CodeBefore being assigned to shipboard duties you must receive safety familiarisation to know what to do in an emergency. The

    master or a responsible officer on each ship should sign and date below to signify that you have receivied training or instruction.

    Officer's Officer's Officer's Officer's Officer's

    Initial / Date Initial / Date Initial / Date Initial / Date Initial / Date

    Be able to :

    Communicate with other persons on board on elementary

    safety matters

    Understand safety information symbols, signs and alarm

    signals

    Know what to do if :

    A person falls overboard

    Fire or smoke is detected

    The fire or abandon ship alarm is sounded

    Be able to :

    Identify emergency muster stations (emergency HQ),

    embarkation stations and emergency escape routes

    Locate and don life jackets

    Raise the alarm and have a basic knowledge of the use of

    portable fire extinguishers

    Take immediate action upon encountering an accident or othermedical emergency before seeking further medical assistance

    on board

    Close and open the fire, weathertight and watertight doors

    fitted in the particular ship, other than those for hull openings

    Ship's Name

    Task / Duty

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    Shipboard Familiarisation as required by Regulation I/14 of the STCW ConventionYou will be given a period of time during which you will have an opportunity to become acquainted with the equipment you will be using, and

    specific watchkeeping, safety, environmental and emergency procedures and arrangements required to perform your duties. The location

    of safety and emergency equipment varies from ship to ship. To be sure that you are familiar with your duties and all ship arrangements,

    installations, equipment procedures and ship characteristics that are relevant to your routine or emergency duties, you must complete the

    following tasks or duties as soon as possible on joining your ship.

    Officer's Officer's Officer's Officer's Officer's

    Initial / Date Initial / Date Initial / Date Initial / Date Initial / Date

    Watchkeeping procedures and arrangements :

    Visit bridge, lookout post, forecastle, poopdeck, main deck and

    other work areas

    Get acquainted with steering controls, telephones, telegraphs

    and other bridge equipment and displays.

    Activate, under supervision, equipment to be used in routine

    duties

    Safety and emergency procedures :

    Read and demonstrate an understanding of your Company's

    Fire and Safety RegulationsDemonstrate recognition of the alarm signals for :

    FIRE

    EMERGENCY

    ABANDON SHIP

    Locate medical and first aid equipment

    Locate fire fighting equipment : alarm activating points, alarm

    bells, extinguishers, hydrants, fire axes, hoses and foam

    monitors.Locate : Rocket line throwing apparatus

    Distress rockets, flares and other pyrotechnics

    Breathing apparatus and firefighter's outfits, EPIRB,

    SART, etc.

    Locate and understand operation of emergency deck stop

    mechanism for main engines including other emergency stop

    valves

    Ship's Name

    Task / Duty

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    Shipboard Familiarisation as required by Regulation I/14 of the STCW Convention (continued)

    Officer's Officer's Officer's Officer's Officer'sInitial / Date Initial / Date Initial / Date Initial / Date Initial / Date

    Safety and emergency procedures (continued) :

    Locate CO2 or halon bottle room, and control valves for

    smothering apparatus in pump rooms, cargo tanks and holds

    Locate and understand the operation of the emergency pump

    Environmental protection :

    Get acquainted with :

    the procedure for handling garbage, rubbish and other wastesthe use of garbage compactor or other equipment as

    appropriate

    Task / Duty Officer's Officer's Officer's Officer's Officer's

    Initial / Date Initial / Date Initial / Date Initial / Date Initial / Date

    Security Procedures :

    Familiarisation with the ISPS CodeIdentify the restricted areas on your ship

    Understand the level of security on your ship

    Insert Boat and Fire Muster Stations and other details in the appropriate space, ask the master to sign in the space provided.

    Ship's Name

    Boat Muster StationFire Muster Station

    Fire Safety Officer's Name

    BLOCK CAPITALS

    Safety Officer's Signature

    Date

    Ship's Name

    Ship's Name

    Task / Duty

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    SECTION 4

    Particulars of Ships

    It is an essential feature of your cadet training that you obtain a thorough knowledge of the ships on which you serve. To assist you inmeeting this important requirement the following particulars are to be recorded during the time spent on each ship.

    FIRST SHIP

    Ship's Name IMO Number Call Sign

    Dimensions and capacities Main engines output kW CO2

    Length OA m at revs per min. Fire hoses (No. & size)

    Breadth m Type of steering gear SCBA (No. & make)

    Depth (moulded) m Mooring ropes (Number / diameter) Fire Detection System

    Summer draft m Synthetic fibre Cargo handling gear

    Summer freeboard m Wires Derricks/cranes (No. & SWL)

    Net tonnage tonnes Towing spring Winches (types)

    Gross tonnage tonnes Anchors (Weight) Other cargo equipment

    Deadweight tonnes Port tonnes

    Light displacement tonnes Starboard tonnes

    Fresh water allowance mm Spare tonnes Ballast tanks (No.)

    Immersion at load draft TPC Stream tonnes Cargo tanks (No.)

    Trimming moment at load draft MCTC Cable (diam.) mm Cargo pumps (No.) Type

    Bale capacity m3

    Lifesaving equipment Capacity

    Grain capacity m3

    Lifeboats (No.) Navigational & communcations equipment

    Liquid capacity m Life-rafts (Make & No.) (Make & model)

    Refrigerated capacity m Lifeboat dimensions m Log

    Container capacity (TEU's) Capacity per boat (persons) Radar(s) ARPA

    FW Capacity Capacity per life-raft (persons) SATCOM GPS

    Davits (type) Magnetic compass Gyro

    Daily FW consumption Size of falls (diam. & length.) AutopilotMain engines Lifefbuoys (Nos.) VHF/RT

    Engine (type) Firefighting equipment Echo sounder

    Boilers (type and No.) Fire extinguishers (Number & capacity) MF / HF equipment

    Bunker capacity m3

    Types : Water NAVTEX AIS

    Daily consumption tonnes Foam EPIRB (No.) SART

    Service speed knots Dry Powder ECDIS VDR

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    SECOND SHIPShip's Name IMO Number Call Sign

    Dimensions and capacities Main engines output kW CO2

    Length OA m at revs per min. Fire hoses (No. & size)

    Breadth m Type of steering gear SCBA (No. & make)

    Depth (moulded) m Mooring ropes (Number / diameter) Fire Detection System

    Summer draft m Synthetic fibre Cargo handling gear

    Summer freeboard m Wires Derricks/cranes (No. & SWL)

    Net tonnage tonnes Towing spring Winches (types)Gross tonnage tonnes Anchors (Weight) Other cargo equipment

    Deadweight tonnes Port tonnes

    Light displacement tonnes Starboard tonnes

    Fresh water allowance mm Spare tonnes Ballast tanks (No.)

    Immersion at load draft TPC Stream tonnes Cargo tanks (No.)

    Trimming moment at load draft MCTC Cable (diam.) mm Cargo pumps (No.) Type

    Bale capacity m3

    Lifesaving equipment Capacity

    Grain capacity m3

    Lifeboats (No.) Navigational & communcations equipment

    Liquid capacity m3

    Life-rafts (Make & No.) (Make & model)

    Refrigerated capacity m Lifeboat dimensions m Log

    Container capacity (TEU's) Capacity per boat (persons) Radar(s) ARPA

    FW Capacity Capacity per life-raft (persons) SATCOM GPS

    Davits (type) Magnetic compass Gyro

    Daily FW consumption Size of falls (diam. & length.) Autopilot

    Main engines Lifefbuoys (Nos.) VHF/RT

    Engine (type) Firefighting equipment Echo sounder

    Boilers (type and No.) Fire extinguishers (Number & capacity) MF / HF equipment

    Bunker capacity m3

    Types : Water NAVTEX AIS

    Daily consumption tonnes Foam EPIRB (No.) SART

    Service speed knots Dry Powder ECDIS VDR

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    THIRD SHIPShip's Name IMO Number Call Sign

    Dimensions and capacities Main engines output kW CO2

    Length OA m at revs per min. Fire hoses (No. & size)

    Breadth m Type of steering gear SCBA (No. & make)

    Depth (moulded) m Mooring ropes (Number / diameter) Fire Detection System

    Summer draft m Synthetic fibre Cargo handling gear

    Summer freeboard m Wires Derricks/cranes (No. & SWL)

    Net tonnage tonnes Towing spring Winches (types)Gross tonnage tonnes Anchors (Weight) Other cargo equipment

    Deadweight tonnes Port tonnes

    Light displacement tonnes Starboard tonnes

    Fresh water allowance mm Spare tonnes Ballast tanks (No.)

    Immersion at load draft TPC Stream tonnes Cargo tanks (No.)

    Trimming moment at load draft MCTC Cable (diam.) mm Cargo pumps (No.) Type

    Bale capacity m Lifesaving equipment Capacity

    Grain capacity m Lifeboats (No.) Navigational & communcations equipment

    Liquid capacity m3 Life-rafts (Make & No.) (Make & model)

    Refrigerated capacity m3

    Lifeboat dimensions m Log

    Container capacity (TEU's) Capacity per boat (persons) Radar(s) ARPA

    FW Capacity Capacity per life-raft (persons) SATCOM GPS

    Davits (type) Magnetic compass Gyro

    Daily FW consumption Size of falls (diam. & length.) Autopilot

    Main engines Lifefbuoys (Nos.) VHF/RT

    Engine (type) Firefighting equipment Echo sounder

    Boilers (type and No.) Fire extinguishers (Number & capacity) MF / HF equipment

    Bunker capacity m Types : Water NAVTEX AIS

    Daily consumption tonnes Foam EPIRB (No.) SART

    Service speed knots Dry Powder ECDIS VDR

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    FOURTH SHIPShip's Name IMO Number Call Sign

    Dimensions and capacities Main engines output kW CO2

    Length OA m at revs per min. Fire hoses (No. & size)

    Breadth m Type of steering gear SCBA (No. & make)

    Depth (moulded) m Mooring ropes (Number / diameter) Fire Detection System

    Summer draft m Synthetic fibre Cargo handling gear

    Summer freeboard m Wires Derricks/cranes (No. & SWL)

    Net tonnage tonnes Towing spring Winches (types)Gross tonnage tonnes Anchors (Weight) Other cargo equipment

    Deadweight tonnes Port tonnes

    Light displacement tonnes Starboard tonnes

    Fresh water allowance mm Spare tonnes Ballast tanks (No.)

    Immersion at load draft TPC Stream tonnes Cargo tanks (No.)

    Trimming moment at load draft MCTC Cable (diam.) mm Cargo pumps (No.) Type

    Bale capacity m3

    Lifesaving equipment Capacity

    Grain capacity m3

    Lifeboats (No.) Navigational & communcations equipment

    Liquid capacity m3 Life-rafts (Make & No.) (Make & model)

    Refrigerated capacity m Lifeboat dimensions m Log

    Container capacity (TEU's) Capacity per boat (persons) Radar(s) ARPA

    FW Capacity Capacity per life-raft (persons) SATCOM GPS

    Davits (type) Magnetic compass Gyro

    Daily FW consumption Size of falls (diam. & length.) Autopilot

    Main engines Lifefbuoys (Nos.) VHF/RT

    Engine (type) Firefighting equipment Echo sounder

    Boilers (type and No.) Fire extinguishers (Number & capacity) MF / HF equipment

    Bunker capacity m3

    Types : Water NAVTEX AIS

    Daily consumption tonnes Foam EPIRB (No.) SART

    Service speed knots Dry Powder ECDIS VDR

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    FIFTH SHIPShip's Name IMO Number Call Sign

    Dimensions and capacities Main engines output kW CO2

    Length OA m at revs per min. Fire hoses (No. & size)

    Breadth m Type of steering gear SCBA (No. & make)

    Depth (moulded) m Mooring ropes (Number / diameter) Fire Detection System

    Summer draft m Synthetic fibre Cargo handling gear

    Summer freeboard m Wires Derricks/cranes (No. & SWL)

    Net tonnage tonnes Towing spring Winches (types)Gross tonnage tonnes Anchors (Weight) Other cargo equipment

    Deadweight tonnes Port tonnes

    Light displacement tonnes Starboard tonnes

    Fresh water allowance mm Spare tonnes Ballast tanks (No.)

    Immersion at load draft TPC Stream tonnes Cargo tanks (No.)

    Trimming moment at load draft MCTC Cable (diam.) mm Cargo pumps (No.) Type

    Bale capacity m3

    Lifesaving equipment Capacity

    Grain capacity m3

    Lifeboats (No.) Navigational & communcations equipment

    Liquid capacity m3 Life-rafts (Make & No.) (Make & model)

    Refrigerated capacity m Lifeboat dimensions m Log

    Container capacity (TEU's) Capacity per boat (persons) Radar(s) ARPA

    FW Capacity Capacity per life-raft (persons) SATCOM GPS

    Davits (type) Magnetic compass Gyro

    Daily FW consumption Size of falls (diam. & length.) Autopilot

    Main engines Lifefbuoys (Nos.) VHF/RT

    Engine (type) Firefighting equipment Echo sounder

    Boilers (type and No.) Fire extinguishers (Number & capacity) MF / HF equipmentBunker capacity m

    3Types : Water NAVTEX AIS

    Daily consumption tonnes Foam EPIRB (No.) SART

    Service speed knots Dry Powder ECDIS VDR

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    SIXTH SHIPShip's Name IMO Number Call Sign

    Dimensions and capacities Main engines output kW CO2

    Length OA m at revs per min. Fire hoses (No. & size)

    Breadth m Type of steering gear SCBA (No. & make)

    Depth (moulded) m Mooring ropes (Number / diameter) Fire Detection System

    Summer draft m Synthetic fibre Cargo handling gear

    Summer freeboard m Wires Derricks/cranes (No. & SWL)

    Net tonnage tonnes Towing spring Winches (types)Gross tonnage tonnes Anchors (Weight) Other cargo equipment

    Deadweight tonnes Port tonnes

    Light displacement tonnes Starboard tonnes

    Fresh water allowance mm Spare tonnes Ballast tanks (No.)

    Immersion at load draft TPC Stream tonnes Cargo tanks (No.)

    Trimming moment at load draft MCTC Cable (diam.) mm Cargo pumps (No.) Type

    Bale capacity m Lifesaving equipment Capacity

    Grain capacity m3

    Lifeboats (No.) Navigational & communcations equipmentLiquid capacity m

    3Life-rafts (Make & No.) (Make & model)

    Refrigerated capacity m3

    Lifeboat dimensions m Log

    Container capacity (TEU's) Capacity per boat (persons) Radar(s) ARPA

    FW Capacity Capacity per life-raft (persons) SATCOM GPS

    Davits (type) Magnetic compass Gyro

    Daily FW consumption Size of falls (diam. & length.) Autopilot

    Main engines Lifefbuoys (Nos.) VHF/RT

    Engine (type) Firefighting equipment Echo sounderBoilers (type and No.) Fire extinguishers (Number & capacity) MF / HF equipment

    Bunker capacity m Types : Water NAVTEX AIS

    Daily consumption tonnes Foam EPIRB (No.) SART

    Service speed knots Dry Powder ECDIS VDR

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    When Cadets are examined for Certificates of Competency they will be required to demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the rules and their

    application.

    Parts A, B, C, D, and E

    A thorough knowledge of the rules is required. When the Cadet can demonstrate that each rule has been committed to memory, the

    appropriate box should be initialled and dated by an Officer.

    Annex I

    Only an outline knowledge is required, but the provisions of Section 9a should be fully understood.

    Annexes II and III

    A general knowledge of these annexes is required.

    Annex IV

    A full and comprehensive knowledge of distress signals is required.

    Note : The blue shaded Rules / Annex needs thorough knowledge

    Rule Initials Date Rule Initials Date Rule Initials Date Rule Initials Date

    4 11 195 12

    6 13

    7 14

    8 15

    9 16

    10 17

    18

    2

    3

    Section 1 Section 2

    1

    Section 3

    PART B

    Steering and Sailing Rules

    International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1972

    PART A

    General Rules

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    Rule Initials Date Rule Initials Date Rule Initials Date Rule Initials Date

    20 26 32 3821 27 33

    22 28 34

    23 29 35

    24 30 36

    25 31 37

    Section Initials Date Section Initials Date Section Initials Date

    1 8 ALL

    2 9a

    4 10 Section Initials Date

    5 11 ALL

    7 13 Section Initials Date

    ALL

    Distress Signals6 12

    Technical Details

    9b3

    ANNEX IV

    Technical Details fishing vessels

    ANNEX III

    Sound Signal Appliance

    ANNEX I ANNEX II

    Lights and Shapes Additional Signals for

    Lights and Shapes

    PART D PART E

    Sound and Light Signals Exemptions

    PART C

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    supervise others in the performance ofthe duty.

    When recording a cadet as considered

    competent, account should be taken ofthe criteria for evaluation contained on theright hand side of the page, as well as theordinary practises of seafarers and safeworking practises.

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    No

    Evaluation Considered

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    Course Code : BNA 031

    Course Title : Navigation

    1 Competence : Plan and conduct a passage and determineposition

    1.1 Prepare vessel for sea Criteria : Performance checks and

    testing of navigation systems are

    satisfactorily executed and comply with

    manufacturer's recommendations and

    good navigational practice

    Task / Duty Advice on Areas

    for Improvement.1 Use of pre-departure checklist on the ship

    .2 Check ship for stowaways - as per

    checklist on the ship

    .3 Take dock water density & calculate

    dock water allowance

    .4 Check Notice of sailing to crew & all crew

    onboard

    .5 Learn to read draft

    .6 Test Internal Communication and alarm

    system

    .7 Read the draft and check freeboard,

    calculate hog / sag

    .8 Test Bridge controls as per checklist

    prior departure

    1.2 Departure Port Criteria :A proper record is maintained

    of the movements and activities relatingto the navigation of the ship

    .1 Assist the OOW in starting Gyro compass

    & adjusting repeaters

    .2 Synchronise Bridge & E/R clocks

    Initials / Date

    Officer's

    Teaching Aids

    Block Unit

    Officer's

    Initial / Date

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    .3 Make entries in the Bridge Movement

    Book & understand its importance

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    .4 Assist in carrying out Master's / Pilot's

    orders

    .5 Under the supervision of an officer rig

    pilot ladders including pilot hoists (if fitted)

    .6 Attend two departure stations in the

    Engine Room

    1.3 Determine Position by Terrestrial Observations Criteria : Errors in magnetic and gyro

    compasses are determined and correctly

    applied to courses and bearings.

    The information obtained from

    navigational charts and publications is

    relevant, interpreted correctly andproperly applied. All potential navigational

    hazards are accurately identified.

    .1 Practice use of Azimuth Mirror, calculate

    errors in magnetic and gyro compasses

    and apply to courses and bearings.

    Demonstrate ability to record errors in

    Compass Error Book

    .2 Recognises conspicuous objects andother terrestrial aids to navigation in

    daylight and at night

    .3 Interprets correctly information obtained

    from navigational charts and publications

    .4 Identifies potential navigational hazards

    like wrecks, shallow depths, obstructions,

    reefs, etc.

    .5 Practise taking compass bearings &visual fixes

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    REV. NO. 00 57 April, 2005

    2.2 Lookout duties & steering Criteria : The conduct, handover and

    relief of the watch conforms with accepted

    i i l d d

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    principles and procedures.

    A proper look-out is maintained at all

    times and in such a way as to conform to

    accepted principles and procedures.

    Safe operating limits of ship propulsion,

    steering and power systems are not

    exceeded in normal manoeuvres.

    .1 Demonstrate and observe principles of

    safe keeping of a navigational watch

    .2 Performs lookout duties, maintain an

    efficient lookout and report objects in

    degrees and points on the bow

    .3 Demonstrates correct procedures for

    taking over / handing over a bridge watch

    .4 Familiarises with the controls for

    changing over helm from auto to manual

    & vice versa including auto pilot alarm

    2.3 Use Bridge Equipment Criteria : Measurements and

    observations of weather conditions are

    accurate, correctly interpreted andapplied appropriate to the passage.

    .1 Read Barometer and derive corrected

    barometric pressure

    .2 Read Hygrometer and calculate dew

    point

    .3 Obtain sea & air termperature

    .4 Estimate wind force, direction, & state of

    sea.5 Identify main cloud types

    REV. NO. 00 58 April, 2005

    2.4 Arrival Port Criteria : Lights, shapes and sound

    signals conform with the requirements

    contained in the International Regulations

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    contained in the International Regulations

    for preventing collision at sea and are

    correctly used and recognised.

    Plant, auxiliary machinery and equipmentis operated in accordance with technical

    specifications and within safe operating

    limits at all times.

    Task / Duty Advice on Areas

    for Improvement

    .1 Display / sound correct lights, flags,

    shapes and sound signals

    .2 Understand the flag etiquette

    .3 Understudy the Officer when arriving port

    .4 Understand the procedure for giving

    Notice to Engine room and the reason

    why it is required

    .5 Attend two Arrival stations in the Engine

    room

    Teaching Aids Officer's

    Block Unit Initial / Date

    REV. NO. 00 59 April, 2005

    Ref Training

    No

    Considered

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    No

    Course Code : BNA 032

    Course Title : Cargo Handling & Stowage

    1 Competence : Plan and ensure safe loading, stowage,

    securing, care during the voyage, and unloading of cargoes

    1.1 Prepare vessel for loading Criteria : Cargo operations are planned

    and executed in accordance with

    established procedures and legislative

    requirements.

    .1 Assist in general preparation of holds

    including the laying of dunnage for cargo.2 Clean bilges, wells and strum boxes

    .3 Test bilge suctions.

    1.2 Hold Safety and Rigging Criteria : Procedures for monitoring and

    maintenance comply with requirements.

    .1 Use a check list for entry into an

    enclosed space

    .2 Assist with the rigging of heavy lift

    derricks / derricks / cranes / rampswhere applicable

    .3 Identify the marking of containers

    .4 Inspect holds for safety, with special

    regard to ladders, guard wires &

    stanchions, permanent dunnage, lighting

    and accesses

    Competent

    Officer's

    Initials / Date

    REV. NO. 00 60 April, 2005

    1.3 Cargo Gear Maintenance Criteria : Safe working practices are

    observed and expected standards of

    work carried out at all times.

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    work carried out at all times.

    Task / Duty Advice on Areas

    for Improvement

    .1 With due regard to safely, start, operate

    and assist with routine maintenance of

    winches, derricks, cranes, ramps, etc.

    .2 Assist in topping, lowering and securing

    of derricks / cranes

    .3 Assist in the inspection and maintenance

    of all lifting gear standing & running

    rigging

    .4 Overhaul blocks and shackles (haveknowledge of markings to be found on

    them)

    2 Competence : Plan and ensure safe loading, stowage,

    securing, care during the voyage and unloading of cargoes.

    2.1 Supervise Loading Criteria : Cargo operations are planned

    and executed in accordance with

    established procedures

    .1 Take ullages and temperatures, whereapplicable, of liquid cargo

    .2 Identify different type of containers

    .3 Learn correct methods of stowing and

    lashing containers

    .4 Take and record hold air temperatures

    .5 Assist with rigging cargo light clusters

    and portable lights

    Initial / Date

    Teaching Aids Officer's

    Block Unit

    REV. NO. 00 61 April, 2005

    2.2 Supervise Discharging Criteria : Cargo operations are carried

    out in accordance with the cargo plan or

    other documents.

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    .1 Assist with battening down and securing

    hatches and / or cargo tank lids

    .2 Assist in inspection of holds for completionof cargo discharge prior to sailing

    .3 Assist in supervision of loading and

    discharging of cargo

    2.3 Emergency Response in Port Criteria : The type and scale of the

    emergency is promptly identified.

    .1 Participate in an emergency response

    exercise in port for fire

    .2 Participate in an emergency responseexercise in port for pollution incident

    .3 Demonstrate the procedure for alerting

    port emergency services

    .4 Demonstrate the ability to communicate

    instructions to a multi-lingual crew

    .5 Demonstrate safe handling of moorings,

    with particular reference to synthetic

    fibre ropes and self-tensioning winches

    REV. NO. 00 62 April, 2005

    Ref Training

    No

    Course Code : BNA 033

    Considered

    Competent

    Officer's

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    Course Title : Personal care and safety onboard

    1 Competence : Respond to emergencies

    1.1 Life Saving Appliances Criteria : The distress or emergency

    signal is immediately recognised.

    Contingency plans and instructions are

    implemented and complied with.

    Task / Duty Advice on Areas

    for Improvement

    .1 Identify markings on lifeboats, rescue

    boats and liferafts.2 Locate and learn the operation of radio

    devices including Navtex, EPIRBS and

    SARTs

    .3 Locate & understand operation of

    Pyrotechnic distress signals and

    precautions for their disposal

    .4 Assist with preparation and swinging out

    of lifeboats and be aware of precautions

    to be taken

    .5 Demonstrate an understanding of

    statutory safety equipment, rations and

    fresh water required in lifeboats and life

    rafts & their correct use

    Initial / Date

    Initials / Date

    Unit

    Teaching Aids Officer's

    Block

    REV. NO. 00 63 April, 2005

    1.2 Fire Prevention Criteria : The type and scale of the

    problem is promptly identified and initial

    actions conform with the emergency

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    procedures and contingency plans for the

    ship.

    .1 Understand use and assist in themaintenance of portable foam extinguisher

    portable CO2 extinguisher, portable dry

    powder extinguisher, portable water

    extinguisher

    .2 Understand use and maintenance of fire

    hoses, nozzles and couplings

    .3 Perform fire patrol duties

    .4 Locate and demonstrate donning and use

    of BA sets and BA record / control board

    1.3 Legislation Criteria : Procedures for monitoring

    shipboard operation and ensuring

    compliance with SOLAS, MARPOL and

    other mandatory regulations

    .1 Locate copies of certificates issued under

    SOLAS, MARPOL, Load Line and

    STCW Conventions, and other regulations

    REV. NO. 00 64 April, 2005

    Ref Training

    No

    Course Code : BNA 041 Officer's

    Considered

    Competent

    Evaluation

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    Course Title : Navigation

    1 Competence : Plan and conduct a passage

    1.1 Charts & chart corrections Criteria : Equipment used to obtain a fix

    by celestial observation is within accepted

    accuracy level. The accuracy of the

    resulting fix is properly assessed.

    Task / Duty Advice on Areas

    for Improvement

    .1 Use a sextant & demonstrate how to

    obtain and apply index error

    .2 Practice Horizontal & Vertical Sextant

    Angles

    .3 Demonstrate proper use of chronometer

    for takings sights, take time signal and

    record daily rate in Chronometer Log

    1.2 Mooring and Anchoring Criteria : The crew are alloted duties and

    of expected standards of work and

    behaviour in a manner appropriate to the

    individual concerned

    .1 Assist in preparing Mooring : Ropes, wires

    stoppers, telephones / talk back, lights,

    signals, fenders, boatropes, heaving lines.

    .2 Understand procedures for mooring and

    unmooring operations and assist the

    bridge team during stations

    .3 Accompany & assist an officer on mooring

    operations and securing tugs forward &aft

    Initials / Date

    Teaching Aids Officer's

    Block Unit Initial / Date

    REV. NO. 00 65 April, 2005

    .4 Understand precautions to take when

    starting / operating windlass, winches

    and capstans

    5 Assisting and understanding procedures

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    .5 Assisting and understanding procedures

    and precautions when letting go,

    weighing anchor.6 Under supervision start / operate windlass

    and winches

    .7 Assist an officer in anchoring operation

    .8 Assist an officer on forward stations

    while heaving up anchor

    .9 Participate in anchor securing exercise

    for a long voyage

    1.3 Radar & ARPA Criteria : Information obtained fromradar and ARPA is correctly interpreted

    and analysed, taking into account the

    limitations of the equipment and prevailing

    circumstances and conditions.

    .1 Practice setup and maintain true motion

    and relative motion displays

    .2 Practice plotting of Radar Targets on

    paper and on Radar / ARPA anddetermine CPA and TCPA

    .3 Practice fixes by Radar and cross check

    by visual targets

    .4 Practice Radar Switch on & set up

    procedure

    .5 Practice Radar Plotting & fixes by Radar

    .6 Practice Parallel Indexing

    .7 Demonstrate understanding of a Radar

    REV. NO. 00 66 April, 2005

    2 Competence : Bridge Watchkeeping

    2.1 Arrival Port Criteria : Method of pilot boarding is

    appropriate and is in accordance with

    IMO d ti

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    IMO recommendations.

    Task / Duty Advice on Areas

    for Improvement

    .1 Monitor the pilot's safety when embarking

    and disembarking

    .2 Monitor navigational instruments and

    record their performance and other

    relevant details

    .3 Check and compare Compasses

    regularly for errors and apply them

    correctly

    .4 Record all movements and activities

    related to the navigation of the ship

    2.2 Communications Criteria : Radio communications are

    established and correct communication

    procedures are followed at all stages

    .1 Show proficiency in transmitting /

    receiving morse signals by light and use

    the equipment available for the same.2 Use the International Code of Signals to

    interpret messages by flags & pendants

    .3 Communicate with other ships and

    coast stations using the SMCP (IMO's

    Standard Marine Communication Phrases)

    ensuring that communications are clear

    and understood in both written & oral form

    .4 Observe weather conditions, useshipboard meteorological instruments,

    and assist the OOW in filling up the log

    Block Unit Initial / Date

    Officer'sTeaching Aids

    REV. NO. 00 67 April, 2005

    2.3 Electronic Navigation Aids Criteria : Positions,courses, distances

    and time calculations are correct within

    accepted accuracy standards for

    navigational equipment

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    navigational equipment.

    .1 Read and understand the contents of the

    manufacturer's manual of GPS.Plot the positions derived from them and

    understand the precautions to be

    exercised when accepting them

    .2 Understand operation of echo sounder &

    procedure to change the recording paper

    and use the information to navigate safely

    .3 Understanding setting up of GPS, apply

    corrections if necessary and use it toderive positions for safe navigation

    .4 Familiarise and understand the operation

    of the AIS and its use as a navaid

    .5 Enable the areas in your navtex receiver

    for relevant information as per your current

    voyage under the guidance of the 2nd

    Officer

    .6 Demonstrate an ability to receive Weatherfascimile and be able to understand its

    contents.

    REV. NO. 00 68 April, 2005

    Ref Training

    No

    Course Code : BNA 042

    Course Title : Cargo Handling & Stowage

    Evaluation

    Competent

    Considered

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    Officer's

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    Course Title : Cargo Handling & Stowage

    1 Competence : Monitoring the loading, stowage, securing and

    unloading of cargoes and their care during the voyage

    1.1 Prepare vessel for loading Criteria : Procedures for monitoring

    operations and maintenance comply with

    legislative requirements

    Task / Duty Advice on Areas

    for Improvement

    .1 Demonstrate an understanding of the safe

    handling of hatch covers

    .2 Calculate the capacity of spaces available

    for cargo

    .3 Overhaul & test the non-return valve on

    the bilge line of a hold

    .4 Assist with the inspection of cargo hooks,

    chains, swivels, etc.

    1.2 Supervise Loading Criteria : Stowage and securing of

    cargoes ensures that stabiity and stress

    condition remain within safe limits at all

    times during the voyage

    .1 Assist with segregation of cargo

    .2 Assist in checking lashings on deck

    containers

    .3 Assist in checking the lashings on break

    bulk cargo stowed on open flats

    Initials / Date

    Teaching Aids

    Block Unit

    Officer's

    Initial / Date

    REV. NO. 00 69 April, 2005

    1.3 Ship Operations Criteria : Expected standards of work

    and safe working practices are observed

    and appropriate safety and protective

    is correctly used at all times

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    y

    Emergency procedures are in

    accordance with the established plans foremergenncy situattion.

    .1 Weighing and securing anchors for sea

    .2 Demonstrate an understanding of the

    main and emergency operation of the

    steering gear and various alarms

    associated with them

    .3 Under the supervisiion of an officer rig

    MOT gangway and accomodation ladders

    REV. NO. 00 70 April, 2005

    Ref Training

    No

    Course Code : BNA 043

    Course Title : Controlling Ship's Operations and Care of

    Evaluation

    Competent

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    person onboard

    1 Competence : Maintain safety and security of the ship's crew

    and passengers and the operational condition of life-saving,

    fire-fighting and other safety systems

    1.1 Use of Life Saving Appliances Criteria :Actions in respond to abandon

    ship and survival situations are

    appropriate to the prevailing

    circumstances and conditions and

    comply with accepted safety practices

    and standards

    Task / Duty Advice on Areas

    for Improvement

    .1 Assist with starting and operation of

    lifeboat engine

    .2 Assist with lowering a lifeboat to clear the

    ship and ride to a sea anchor

    .3 Demonstrate an understanding of the

    procedures for launching and inflating

    liferafts

    .4 Assist in checking lifesaving equipment

    prior to Safety Equipment Survey

    .5 Understand precautions and procedure

    for preparing a lifeboat for launching

    .6 Understand the precautions and

    procedure to use line throwing apparatus

    Teaching Aids Officer's

    Initial / DateBlock Unit

    REV. NO. 00 71 April, 2005

    1.2 Fire Prevention Criteria : Composition and organsisation

    of fire control parties ensure the prompt

    and effective implementation of

    emergency plans and procedures

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    .1 Be part of action team / squad during an

    emergency exercise..2 Prepare a fire muster list

    1.3 Safety Appliances Criteria : Emergency procedures are

    in accordance with the established plans

    for emergency situations.

    The distress or emergency signal is

    immediately recognised.

    .1 Demonstrate the use and location of all

    engine room safety appliances andescape routes

    .2 Demonstrates use of safety harness and

    line

    .3 Use mechanical resuscitation apparatus

    if carried

    .4 Participate in a search and rescue drill

    from an enclosed space

    .5 Explain the precautions and procedureoperating distress rockets, flares and

    other pyrotechnics

    1.4 Treatment of Shock Criteria : Identification of probable cause,

    nature and extent of injuries or conditions

    is prompt and treatment minimises

    immediate threat to life.

    .1 Demonstrate / explain how to handle a

    casualty in shock.2 Demonstrate / explain procedures for

    dealing with heat stroke

    .3 State procedure for dealing with a casualty

    of electric shock

    .4 State procedures for avoiding hypothermia

    REV. NO. 00 72 April, 2005

    1.5 Medical First Aid Criteria : Identification of probable cause,

    nature and extent of injuries or conditions

    is prompt and treatment minimises

    immediate threat to life.

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    Task / Duty Advice on Areas

    for Improvement.1 Participate in an emergency First Aid

    drill at sea

    .2 Demonstrate the basic understanding of

    the first aid principles of stopping bleeding,

    treatment of suffocation / drowning,

    placing casualty in the recovery position

    1.6 Knowledge of MARPOL Criteria : Procedures for monitoring ship

    board operations and ensuringcompliance with MARPOL requirements

    are fully observed.

    .1 Show understanding of MARPOL

    regulations when pumping out Engine

    Room Bilges, Pumproom Bilges of a

    Tanker / Dry Cargo vessel

    .2 Show understanding of MARPOL Annex V

    regulations when disposing garbage atsea

    .3 Show understanding of MARPOL Annex

    IV for the prevention of pollution by sewage

    from ships

    .4 Show understanding of MARPOL Annex

    VI for the prevention of air pollution from

    ships.

    Teaching Aids

    Block Unit

    Officer's

    Initial / Date

    REV. NO. 00 73 April, 2005

    Ref Training

    No

    Course Code : BNA 051

    Course Title : Navigation

    Competent

    Officer's

    Initials / Date

    ConsideredEvaluation

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    1 Competence : Plan a voyage and conduct navigation

    1.1 Navigational Publications Criteria : The equipment, charts and

    nautical publications required for the

    voyage are enumerated and appropriate

    to the safe conduct of the voyage.

    .1 Demonstrate understanding of contents

    and use of :

    Tide Tables

    Tidal Stream

    Current AtlasesPilot Books

    Radio Navigational Warnings

    .2 Assist deck officer in preparing

    navigational passages and in voyage

    planning

    1.2 Navigational Aids Criteria :A proper record is maintained

    of the movements and activities

    relating to the navigation of the shiip..1 Set up course recorder (where fitted)

    .2 Set up off course alarm (where fitted)

    .3 Understand operation of echo sounder

    and procedure to change the recording

    paper

    REV. NO. 00 74 April, 2005

    1.3 Celestial Navigation Criteria : The method and frequency of

    checks for errors of magnetic and gyro

    compasses ensures accuracy of

    information.

    T k / D t Ad i AT hi Aid Offi '

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    Task / Duty Advice on Areas

    for Improvement.1 Practice tidal calculations of secondary

    ports

    .2 Practice taking azimuths and amplitudes

    of heavenly bodies as appropriate and

    calculate errors of the compass

    .3 Identify star constellations and stars of

    first magnitude and learn to use star

    chart.4 Practice calculating Noon to Noon distance

    average speed, course made good, set

    and drift, ETA

    2 Competence : Maintain a Safe Navigational Watch

    2.1 Safe Watchkeeping Procedures Criteria : Watchkeeping arrangements

    and procedures are established and

    maintained in compliance with

    International regulations and guidelines soas to ensure the safety of navigation.

    .1 Demonstrate an understanding of the

    principles of safe watchkeeping as

    detailed in the ICS Bridge Procedures

    Guide

    Teaching Aids Officer's

    Block Unit Initial / Date

    REV. NO. 00 75 April, 2005

    2.2 Communications Criteria : Radio communications are

    established and correct procedures are

    followed at all times.

    .1 Operate all GMDSS equipment on test

    2 Understand the duties and responsibilities

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    .2 Understand the duties and responsibilities

    of the designated radio operator in timesof distress

    .3 Use hand held transceivers (walkie talkies)

    .4 Spend one week keeping engine room

    watches with each of the engineering

    watchkeeping officers, i.e. two days on

    each of the three watches

    2.3 Manoeuvring Criteria : While underway, a full

    assessment is made of possible effectsof shallow or restricted waters, ice, banks,

    tidal conditions, passing ships and own

    ship's bow and stern wave so that the

    ship can be safely manoeuvred under

    various conditions of loading and weather

    .1 Locate and understand the mandatory

    manoeuvring information onboard

    .2 Understand squat, shallow water effectsand take necessary precautions for a

    safe navigation

    .3 Under supervision, practise manoeuvring

    the vessel

    .4 Participate in a man overboard exercise

    REV. NO. 00 76 April, 2005

    Ref Training

    No

    Course Code : BNA 052

    Course Title : Cargo Handling and Stowage

    Considered

    Competent

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    Course Title : Cargo Handling and Stowage

    1 Competency : Monitor and control compliance with legislativerequirements and measures to ensure safety of life at sea and

    the protection of marine environment.

    1.1 Prepare vessel for loading Criteria : Procedures for monitoring

    operations and maintenance comply with

    legislative requirements.

    Potential non-compliance is promptly and

    fully identified.

    Planned renewal and extention ofcertificates ensures continued validity of

    surveyed items and equipment.

    Task / Duty Advice on Areas

    for Improvement

    .1 Understand and participate in tank

    cleaning operations

    .2 Assist in checking the safety of walkways,

    ladders, handrails, container stools andother container fittings

    .3 Inspect and understand procedures for

    cleaning fresh water tanks

    .4 Demonstrate an understanding of the test

    certificates and other documents

    involved with cargo gear

    Initials / Date

    Block Initial / DateUnit

    Teaching Aids Officer's

    REV. NO. 00 77 April, 2005

    1.2 IMDG Code Criteria : The handling of dangerous,

    hazardous and harmful cargoes complies

    with International regulations and

    recognised standards and codes of safe

    practice.

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    practice.

    .1 Check that dangerous goods are beingstowed in accordance with the IMDG Code

    .2 Demonstrate how to identify a product

    and handling procedures from the IMDG

    Code

    1.3 Supervise / Monitor loading Criteria : Stability and stress conditions

    are maintained within safe limits at all

    times

    .1 Inspect cargo gear during operations

    .2 Under supervision maintain the vessel in

    upright condition during loading and

    discharging

    .3 Calculate cargo loaded, stability and

    loading stresses using stress diagrams,

    stress indicators or computers where

    applicable

    2 Competence : Monitior the loading, stowage, securing andunloading of cargoes and their care during the voyage.

    2.1 Securing Cargo and Ventilation Criteria : Stowage and securing of

    cargoes ensures that stability and stress

    conditions remain within safe limits at all

    times during the voyage.

    .1 Assist in securing cargo stowed below

    deck

    .2 Assist in securing cargo stowed on deck.3 Understand the principle and methods to

    control cargo, ventilation and temperature

    .4 Understand trimming of ventilator

    REV. NO. 00 78 April, 2005

    2.2 Cargo Care Criteria : Cargo operations are carried

    out in accordance with the cargo plan or

    other documents and established safety

    rules / regulations, equipment operating

    instructions and shipboard stowage

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    limitations.Task / Duty Advice on Areas

    for Improvement

    .1 Check connection of refrigerated

    containers to ship's support systems and

    make a record of daily readings

    .2 Conduct an inspection of cargo spaces on

    completion of discharge and report

    defects or damages2.3 Ship Operations Criteria : The selection of the mode of

    steering is the most suitable for the

    prevailing weather, sea and traffic

    conditions and intended manoeuvres.

    .1 Change over the steering control to the

    emergency steering position and steer

    from this position

    .2 Observe any steering or other systemlimitations during normal manoeuvres

    .3 Prepare an anchor and let go

    Teaching Aids Officer's

    Block Unit Initial / Date

    REV. NO. 00 79 April, 2005

    Ref Training

    No

    Course Code : BNA 053

    Course Title : Controlling Ship's Operation and care of

    persons onboard Initials / Date

    Considered

    Competent

    Officer's

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    1 Competence : Maintain and test life saving and fire preventionappliances.

    1.1 Maintenance of Life Saving Appliances Criteria : Life saving appliances are

    maintained and kept in readiness as per

    regulations

    .1 Assist with the maintenance of Lifeboats

    and rescue boats

    .2 Assist with the maintenance of lifeboat

    equipment and provisions.3 Assist with the maintenaance of launching

    davits and gear

    .4 Assist with the maintenance of buoyant

    apparatus, eg. Lifebuoys, lifejackets

    and attachments

    .5 Assist with the routine maintenance of a

    lifeboat engine

    .6 Assist with inspection and overhaul ofdavit, winch brake drums and wires under

    supervision

    REV. NO. 00 80 April, 2005

    1.2 Testing of Fire Prevention Equipment Criteria : Fire prevention equipment is

    maintained and kept in readiness as per

    regulations

    Task / Duty Advice on Areas

    for Improvement

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    .1 Carry out a full inspection of fire fightingequipment and report to the chief officer

    .2 Assist with the testing of the following

    systems, where fitted :

    fire detection system

    fixed foam smothering systems

    fire alarms, fixed automatic sprinklers

    fixed CO2 / Halon systems

    fire flaps and dampersautomatic and manual fire doors

    quick closing valves

    emergency shut off for main engine and

    other machinery

    .3 Describe the operation and safety

    precautions required to operate the fixed

    fire extinguishing system

    1.3 Load Line Survey Criteria : Procedures for monitoringoperations and maintenance comply with

    legislative requirements.

    Potential non-compliance is promptly and

    fully identified

    Planned renewal and extension of

    certificates ensures continued validity of

    surveyed items and equipment.

    .1 Participate in shipboard inspection priorto survey for Load Line Certificate

    .2 Under supervision inspect closing

    appliances

    .3 Inspect air vents for cargo, machinery

    spaces & accommodation

    .4 Inspect draft & Loadline Marks

    REV. NO. 00 81 April, 2005

    Ref Training

    No

    Course Code : BNA 032(T)

    Course Title : Cargo Operations (Tankers)

    1 Competence : Safe Ballasting / Deballasting Operations on a

    Evaluation Considered

    Competent

    Officer's

    Initials / Date

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    Tanker1.1 Ballasting and Deballasting Criteria : Balllasting and deballasting

    operations are planned and executed in

    accordance with established procedures,

    guidelines and safe tanker practices.

    Task / Duty Advice on Areas

    for Improvement

    .1 Complete a Safety Check List prior to

    loading.2 Understand procedures, precautions and

    records to be maintained during ballasting

    and deballasting operations

    .3 Understand procedures, precautions and

    records to be maintained during purging

    .4 Understand procedures, precautions and

    records to be maintained during inerting

    .5 Demonstrate knowledge of checks to becarried out in pumproom and cargo control

    prior / during / after cargo operations

    Teaching Aids Officer's

    Block Unit Initial / Date

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    Ref Training

    No

    Course Code : BNA 042(T)

    Course Title : Cargo Operations (Tankers)

    1 Competence : Planning and Monitoring Loading,

    Evaluation Considered

    Competent

    Officer's

    Initials / Date

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    Discharging & Tank Cleaning Operations1.1 Prepare vessel for loading Criteria : Basic knowledge of tanker work,

    tanker operations and use of inert gas

    plant with respect to loading and

    discharging

    Task / Duty Advice on Areas

    for Improvement

    .1 Demonstrate a knowledge of cargo piping

    system, controls in the cargo control room,cargo pump operations, lay out of deck /

    tank / pumproom valves

    .2 Assist with setting of lines and starting

    cargo pumps, stripping pumps and

    associated systems

    .3 Assist in operation of inert gas plant

    .4 Assist in discharging operations

    .5 Understand precautions and procedureswhen tank cleaning, gas freeing and

    making entry in cargo tanks.

    1.2 Maintenance Criteria : Have basic knowledge of tank

    washing, crude oil washing (COW) and

    use of various equipment.

    .1 Understand the working and assist in

    overhaul of tank washing machines,

    portable gas freeing fans, ullage gauges,PV valves, pump strainers, valves and

    valve glands, air motors

    .2 Assist with maintenance and testing of

    Inert Gas plant, ODMCS

    .3 Familiarise yourself with closed circuit loading arrangements

    loading arrangements

    .4 Familiarise yourself with pipelines & valves

    Block Unit

    Teaching Aids Officer's

    Initial / Date

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    Ref Training

    No

    Course Code : BNA 052(T)

    Course Title : Cargo Operations (Tankers)

    1 Competence : Maintain Safe & Operational Condition of

    Evaluation Considered

    Competent

    Officer's

    Initials / Date

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    Emergency Shut Down System & Pollution Prevention &Control Equipment

    1.1 Prepare vessel for loading Criteria : Procedure for monitoring

    tanker operations and be aware of

    emergencies and contingencies to

    avoid pollution and ensure compliance

    with MARPOL and other mandatory

    regulations.

    .1 Assist in testing of documentedemergency shut-down procedures

    .2 Test emergency shut-down of cargo

    pumps

    .3 Take inventory of pollution control

    equipment at designated location(s) and

    assess condition

    .4 Test portable winches, portable pumps

    and eductors.5 Understudy a deck officer in - positioning

    of pollution control equipment in

    accordance with company and terminal

    regulations

    1.2 Publications Criteria : Information obtained from

    publications is relevant, interpreted

    correctly and properly applied. All

    potential hazards are accurately identified.

    .1 Read and understand the ICS Safety in

    Oil Tankers booklet

    .2 Read and understand the International

    Safety Guide for Oil Tankers and

    Terminals book

    REV. NO. 00 84 April, 2005

    1.3 Maintenance Criteria : Measurements and

    observations of different tanker

    operations are correctly monitored

    with appropriate equipment and a proper

    records and certificates maintained as

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    required by regulations.Task /