The main objective of the present training course is to provide the trainees with all required guidance to make sure they get duly qualified as per the STCW Code Sec. A-V/1-1 paragraph 3, taking into account the specific duties associated with the loading and discharging of the cargo as well as handling chemical cargoes during the transit. The course is made on the basis of the training program developed specifically for the crew members of the chemical carriers.
Due attention was paid to the safety on board chemical tankers, measures to be effected for the prevention of fires and pollution to the environment; the course also addresses the established safe practices for operation together with the all applicable regulations and rules. The competence requirements dictated by the STCW Code 1-1-3 have been covered.
The content of the program deals with the familiarization with the normally used equipment and controls you will find on the chemical tankers, proper planning techniques and use of the relevant check sheets, safe procedures, acquisition of the due experience to identify the problems and solve them, assistance with and coordination of the appropriate response measures in case of the emergency etc.
The main purpose of the present IMO Model Course 1.02 is to provide the Masters and officers of oil tankers with the required training to enable them get better understanding of the shipboard cargo operations. The content will be equally useful to any other person on board assigned same responsibility for loading the oil cargo and its discharge as well as taking care of such cargo while in transit.
The cleaning of cargo tanks and other operations relates to cargo handling have also been paid serious attention. The volume addresses all important topics related to their duties on board including the safety matters - it is needless to say that the proper safety culture shall be established and maintained on board any ship at all times.
This includes monitoring of all shipboard cargo handling operations at all stages, checking and maintaining properties of the transported cargo, taking necessary preventive measures to avoid hazards, and of course application of the health and safety precautions.
Fire safety and pollution prevention measures are among the top important ones to consider. the trainees who have satisfactorily completed the course will be considered meeting the relevant training requirements as per the Reg. A-V/1.1/paragraph 2.2.
This is the IMO Model Course No. 1.01 covering the basic training for the cargo operations conducted on board chemical and oil tankers. The course materials were prepared on the basis of the information developed and presented by Anglo-Eastern Maritime Centre. Trainees who have satisfactory completed this course will be considered fulfilling the mandatory requirements outlines in the STCW 1978 Convention, reg. V/1-1.
The course covers widely all topics related to the cargo equipment on the aforementioned types of vessels including all important safety aspects and fire safety measures together with the protection of the environment, established operational practice s and all legal obligations imposed by the relevant international regulations and other laws.
In addition to that, the content of the present course is covering various operational and support matters including but not limited to the shipboard risk assessment, shipboard within the frame of the ISM Code provisions and SMS procedures. Five parts of the course cover its framework and outline, detailed training syllabus, instructor's manual and evaluation. Four annexes provide additional materials, lessons plan etc.
The present IMO Model Course was developed to provide required training to the candidates in the fire prevention and fire fighting as per the STCW Code. The syllabus of this training course is covering all requirements of the Chapter VI Section A-VI/1 of the STCW Convention, particularly para 2 and Table A-VI/1-2.
The trainees who successfully complete the course will meet the standard of competence in accordance with the fire preventing and fighting related requirements and be competent when taking correct measures regarding personnel and ship safety; they will also get all required knowledge to be able to operate all fire appliances in proper manner.
All necessary fire prevention knowledge will be provided to the trainees. The main part of the course covers the concept of the fire triangle and its application to the fire and explosion, types of ignition, ignition sources, flammable materials that are normally found on board ships, fire hazards etc.
Then the trainees with get information about the organization of fire fighting on board ships, location of the appliances to be used, arrangement of the emergency escape routes, fire spread, measures taken to detect fire and smoke, classification of shipboard fires, selection of the appropriate fire fighting appliances, fixed fire fighting installations, breathing apparatus and their use for fighting fires and effecting rescues, literally everything they need to know.
The IMO model courses are traditionally released to provide required assistance to the maritime training entities with the organization and introduction of the training courses. They will also be useful for the teaching staff of these training institutions involved in updating, enhancing and supplementing the training material possessed with the intention to improve their effectiveness.
The content of the present model course fulfils all relevant STCW Code requirements. Nowadays, good understanding of English is important for those willing to meet specific objectives. The material of the course is arranged in two core sections addressing GME, i.e. general maritime English, and SME, standing for the specialized maritime English.
All English language related competencies stated in the STCW have been covered in this model course. The ultimate goal of the course is to develop the ability of the trainees to use the English language and improve their competence . Trainees who successfully complete the course will be prepared for developing the KUP, i.e. knowledge, understanding and proficiency required by the Code. The course will also give them excellent opportunity to practice the communicating for both general and maritime purposes at different levels.
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.
The present training course is providing the minimum competence standards for the officer-in-charge of an engineering watch on board the vessel in a manned engine room; it is also applicable to the duty engineers working in a periodically unmanned ER.
The main content of the present model course has been arranged in four major functions, addressing the marine engineering, electrical and also electronic and control engineering, issues relating to the maintenance and repair of the associated equipment, and, finally, controlling of the vessel's operation and due care for the people onboard the ship at the operational level.
Each of the functions above has been addressed in five parts from A to E. All information included in the present book was validated by the Sub-Committee on STCW to be used by the consultants, advisors and technical experts for the training, certification of the seafarers. The first section is dealing with the maintenance of the safe watch, use of the English language in both oral and written forms, and utilization of the internal communication systems, proper operation of both main and auxiliary machinery items together with their control systems, plus the operation of the fuel, ballast, lubrication and other systems together with the control arrangements.
The safety requirements, use of hand and machine tools, and due compliance with the applicable requirements are also addressed, together with many other topics.
The present model course is aimed to meet the requirements for the seafarers for familiarization, basic safety training and instruction as per the A-VI/1 of the STCW Code. It has been specifically designed for preparation of the new recruits to the life and work at sea - such training has been considered necessary taking into account the different environment on a vessel as compared to the life ashore.
It is well understood that working on board a vessel can sometimes be hazardous for the uninitiated people. The intention of the course is to provide the new seafarers with the insight into the elements of a vessel together with the established working procedures so that it is much easier for them to adjust to the environment on board and to cope with any circumstances. It is hoped that this course will make the transition of the new seafarers from a shore life to a sea career go smooth and give them some required knowledge of the vessel's working before they step on board.
Trainees who have successfully completed the present course will be able to observe all safe working practices, comply with the existing emergency procedures, understand and be understood, contribute to the relationships between people etc.