SKIPPER ON A FISHING VESSEL — MODEL COURSE 7.05
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The electronic edition of the IMO Model Course 7.05. Trainees who have successfully completed the present training course and meeting the recognized performance standards will be able to determine position of their vessel together with the accuracy of the position fix using various instruments, properly plan a voyage, maintain safe navigation using ARPA and radar plus modern systems of navigation, determine compass errors, forecast weather, respond to the potential emergencies, handle and maneuver a vessel properly operate shipboard propulsion plant etc.
They will also understand the oceanographic conditions and coordinate SAR operations, be aware of the engineering systems on board, arrange watchkeeping and associated procedures etc. Traditionally, purpose of any IMO model course is to provide the maritime and fisheries training entities with required assistance concerned with organization and introduction of the new training courses; it will also be useful for the persons engaged in enhancement, update or supplementing available training courses improving their effectiveness and quality. Three main functions are covered within this document - navigation, cargo handling and stowage, and control and operation of the fishing vessels and care for the people on board.
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