Maritime Human Factors for Design and Operations

Course Prerequisites Nil Scheduled Dates Additional courses can be arranged, please contact: searchinfo@amc.edu.au. Location Start Date End Date Status Register Course Registration Acknowledgement of registration will be provided by return email. Confirmation of registration is provided upon payment of the course fees, and subject to AMCS Registration Terms. Duration 4.5 days Course Fee AUD $2,950  (including GST) Course Fee Include Course...

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Navigation Watch Rating and Engine Room Watch Rating (TAGS program)

Task and Guided Study (TAGS) books have been developed by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) and forms part of the requirements to perform duties as part of a navigational watch or engine room watch. To become qualified To become qualified to perform duties as part of a watch, either navigational or engine room, candidates will need to 1.  Complete at least 6 months sea service in either the Deck or Engine room department, that...

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Chief Integrated Rating

Course Prerequisites Please note the following prerequisite is for entry onto the course and evidence must be provided at enrolment point of the following: AMSA issued Integrated Rating Certificate of Proficiency. Scheduled Dates Additional courses can be arranged, please contact searchinfo@amc.edu.au. Location Start Date End Date Status Register Course Registration Acknowledgement of registration will be provided by return email. Confirmation...

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Basic Training for Ships Operating in Polar Waters

Under Regulation V/4 of the STCW code:  Masters, chief mates and officers in charge of a navigational watch on ships operating in polar waters shall hold a certificate in basic training for ships operating in polar waters, as required by the Polar Code. This course is designed for Masters, Chief Mates and Officers in charge of a navigational watch on ships operating in polar waters and will introduce participants to the IMO’s special training...

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Train the Simulator Trainer and Assessor

The course aims to provide knowledge and skills for trainees to administer, supervise, and assess training and learning facilitated by simulators. The course contents are premised on a consideration of the contents of IMO Model Course 6.10 – Train the simulator trainer and assessor. It is envisaged that the participants will have achieved a conceptual understanding of the importance of maritime education and simulator training with a view of...

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