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FUNCTION 2: Electrical, Electronic and Control Engineering at Management Level
FUNCTION 2: Electrical, Electronic and Control Engineering at Management Level

Sub Category: General Courses

USD 458.00/ PAX

Details

Scope:

This Function covers the mandatory requirements for knowledge, understanding and proficiencies for “Electrical, Electronic and Control Engineering at the Management Level” as provided for under the 2010 STCW Manila Amendments, Regulation III/2 in relation to Section A-III/2, Table A-III/2 thereof. The topics were carefully selected following a course mapping based on the revised IMO Model Course 7.02 and the revised BSMarE program under CMO No. 32, series of 2013, which now covers specific management level topics under this function.


Learning Objectives:

Upon successful completion of the training under this Function, trainees shall be expected to have gained the minimum knowledge, understanding and proficiencies needed to carry out and undertake at the management level the tasks, duties and responsibilities for electrical, electronic and control engineering of ships powered by main propulsion machinery of 3,000 kW propulsion power or more.


About Company:

  • To provide facilities for advanced maritime upgrading of skills, assessment of competencies of seafarers and maritime simulation where appropriate that shall meet the needs and expectations of the seafaring industry.
  • Aim to upgrade the knowledge and skills of seafarers that are sufficient to comply with certain requirements of the STCW Convention as amended and such other applicable national/international laws and conventions.
  • The New Simulator Center of the Philippines, Inc. declares its commitment in achieving the global standards for appropriate maritime education and training.
  • The New Simulator Center of the Philippines, Inc. aims to be the preferred maritime simulator center by continual improvement, initiative and innovation. This shall involve the participation of the entire force of the Center as well as the concerned Government Authorities and the Maritime Industry as a whole.