Pre-Sea Training for NAVIGATION (DECK) & ENGINE WATCH RATINGS 

(Approved by Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry, Republic of Liberia)

 

Basic Outline:
The training program is a Three months Pre-Sea Training Program approved by the Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry, Republic of Liberia The training comprises of theoretical and Practical study of General Ship Knowledge and Marine Engineering Knowledge which gives the successful trainees an opportunity to join the merchant shipping in the Deck or Engineering Department as a Navigation or Engine Watch Rating. The approved course capacity of this Academy is 40 trainees per batch.

Course Duration: 3 Months

 

Minimum Entry Requirement: 
Pass with aggregate 40% marks in 10th Standard from a recognized Board with Science, Mathematics as subjects and with minimum 40% marks in English language. 

Pass in 2-Year I.T.I. course from Govt. Approved Institute with minimum 50% aggregate marks in final year and minimum 40% marks in English at 10th or Diploma Exam.

[The admission will be through Direct Selection held by the Academy]

 
Age Limit:
16 - 25 Years 

The candidate aspiring to join this course should be within the above age limit on the date of course commencement.
 

Medical and Eye Sight Requirements: 
Medical and Eye Sight requirements shall be as per the existing standards of ILO. 6/6 Vision with no colour blindness. No speech impairment (disorder).

Every trainee will have to undergo and produce a Medical Fitness certificate issued by ILO approved Doctor.

 

Admission Procedure:

The admissions to this course are directly done by the Academy through an Entrance Test comprising of Written and Physical Fitness Tests followed by an interview. Candidates fulfilling the above admission criterion can apply  for the course by Directly contacting this Academy. The final right of admission lies with the Academy.

For details of next batch, submission of application and entrance test contact the Academy.

 

Course Break-Up for Deck / Engine Watch Rating Course:

Deck Watch Rating:

TITLE Theory (Hours) Practical (Hours) Total (Hours) Weeks

Part 1 – General Aspects:
Induction to the course, personality and communication skills development, general knowledge about shipping and ships, and introduction to computers.

106

96

202

5

Part 2 – General Ship Knowledge:
Seamanship and Navigation at Support Level

80

190

270

7

Part 4 – STCW Courses and Ship Visit (Additional)

85

31

116

3

Assessments

32 Hours

 

Engine Watch Rating:

TITLE Theory (Hours) Practical (Hours) Total (Hours) Weeks
Part 1 – General Aspects:
Induction to the course, personality and communication skills development, general knowledge about shipping and ships, and introduction to computers.

106

96

202

5

Part 3 – Marine Engineering Knowledge:
Marine Engineering Knowledge and Practice at Support Level

112

168

280

7

Part 4 – STCW Courses and Ship Visit (Additional)

85

31

116

3

Assessments

22 Hours

 
Structure of Examinations 
This Academy conducts internal examinations during the course of training to gauge the progress of trainees.

The final examinations are conducted by the Academy and the trainee has to secure minimum 60% in each of the parts to Qualify. The assessment sheets of all trainees are retained for audit by LISCR.
 
No. Subject Marks Pass Mode Time
           
1. Oral Examination

100

60

Orals

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2. Practical Examination

100

60

Practical

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3. Written Examination

60

30

Written

2 hours

 
Course Ware and Teaching Material 
CAAMN shall provide course ware and teaching material for the training. All trainees are provided an additional stationery kit.
 

Issue of Certificates:
All trainees will be provided the following certificates at the completion of course and successfully passing the All India Exit Examination;

  • Pre-Sea Training Certificate (Issued by CAAMN)
  • Personal Survival Techniques
  • Personal Safety and Social Responsibility
  • Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting
  • Elementary First Aid
  • Security Training for Seafarers in Designated Security Duties
  • Oil Tanker Cargo Operations
  • Indian National Database of Seafarers (INDos) Registration
  • Continuous Discharge Certificate (CDC)
 

Duties of a General Purpose Rating on a Ship:
Deck/Engine Rating is trained in Deck or Engine Room duties. They can be employed in their area of specialisation such as Deck or Engine department according to the needs of the company. Ratings work on the ship involves seamanship activities, cargo handling, maintenance work, operation and maintenance of machinery.

 
Career Progress for General Purpose Rating
 
 
Pass 3 months Deck/Engine Rating Course
Receive CDC and Document necessary for Placement
Join a shipping company as 
Deck Rating (or) Engine Rating
After 6 months of service, Qualify as Rating forming part of Navigation watch or Engineering watch
Further sea service to become 
Able Seafarer Deck or Engine
‘Rating’ to an officer on ships.
A committed person can rise to the levels of a Captain or a Chief Engineer by passing higher examinations.
 

Course Fee:
The cost of six months Pre-Sea Training is Rs.220,000/- (Rupees Two Lakh Twenty Thousand Only).  The fee is subject to change at the discretion of the management and fee paid is not refundable under any circumstances. 

Next Batch: 15th March 2018.

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