1785 | Advanced Shiphandling
Course Number: 1785
Course Length: 80 hours
Location: Norfolk, Virginia
Minimum Class Size: 2
Maximum Class Size: 6
Please bring picture ID on first day of class
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Any applicant who has successfully completed our Advanced Shiphandling (MIDATL-22) course will satisfy:
- The Advanced Shiphandling training requirements of 46 CFR 11.305(a)(3)(i) and 11.307(a)(3)(i) for STCW endorsement as Master or Chief Mate on vessels of 3,000 GT (ITC) or more (management level); AND
- The Advanced Shiphandling training requirements of 46 CFR 11.311(a)(3)(i) and 11.313(a)(3)(i) for STCW endorsement as Master or Chief Mate on vessels of 500 GT (ITC) or more and less than 3,000 GT (ITC) (management Level); AND
- The Advanced Shiphandling standards of competence required by 46 CFR 11.305(a)(2), 11.307(a)(2), 11.311(a)(2), and 11.313(a)(2); AND
- The Advanced Shiphandling standards of competence required by STCW Code Section A-II/2 and Tables A-II/2, as amended 2010, meeting the National Assessment Guidelines from NVIC 10-14(Ch-2) and NVIC 11-14(Ch2) Tasks 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, 8.5.A, 8.6.A, 8.7.A, 9.1.A, 9.2.A, 9.3.A, 9.4.A, 9.5.A, 9.6.A, 9.6.B [NVIC 10-14(Ch-2) only], 9.7.A, 9.8.A, 9.9.A, 9.9.B, 9.11, 9.12, 9.13, 9.14, 9.15, 9.16.A, 9.16.B, 9.17.A, 16.4.A, 16.4.B, 16.5.A, and 16.5.B : AND
- The Advanced Shiphandling standards of competence required by STCW Code Section A-II/2 and Tables A-II/2, as amended 2010, meeting the National Assessment Guidelines from 03-18 Tasks 8.1.A, 8.2.A, 8.3.A, 8.4.A, 8.5.A, 8.6.A, 8.7.A, 9.1.A, 9.2.A, 9.3.A, 9.4.A, 9.5.A, 9.6.A, 9.7.A, 9.8.A, 9.9.A, 9.9.B, 9.11.A, 9.11.B, 9.11.C, 9.12.A, 9.13.A, 9.14.A, 9.15.A, 9.16.a, 9.16.B, 9.17.A, 16.4.A, 16.4.B, 16.5.A, and 16.5.B.
Applicants who have successfully completed our course need not present completed “Task Control Sheets” for these assessments in application for STCW certification.
The objective of the course is to provide students with theory and training in Shiphandling and in doing so will satisfy company, national and international regulations as stated in the Manila Amendments to the Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping (1978) as amended in Table A-II/2 Specification of minimum standard of competence for masters and chief mates on ships of 500 gross tonnage or more and Section A-II/2 Mandatory minimum requirements for certification of masters and chief mates on ships of 500 gross tonnage or more for competence in knowledge of the following:
Navigation at the management level
Respond to navigational emergencies
Knowledge, understanding and proficiency:
- Precautions when beaching a ship
- Action to be taken if grounding is imminent, and after grounding
- Refloating a grounded ship with and without assistance
- Action to be taken if collision is imminent and following a collision or impairment of the watertight integrity of the hull by any cause
- Assessment of damage control
- Emergency steering
- Emergency towing arrangements and towing procedure
Maneuver and handle a ship in all conditions
Knowledge, understanding and proficiency:
Maneuvering and handling a ship in all conditions
Recommended Study Material:
- Navigation Rules International—Inland COMDTINST M16672.2D.Publisher Department of Transportation United States Coast Guard
- Ship Handling with Tugs Second Edition by Jeff Slesinger 2008.
- Vessel Traffic Systems First Edition by Charles W. Koburger, Jr. 1986.
- Shipboard Bridge Resource Management by Michael R. Adams
- Ship Handling for the Mariner, Fourth Edition Daniel H. MacElrevey and Daniel E. MacElrevey 2004.
2021 COURSE DATES:
10/25/2021 – 11/05/2021
12/06/2021 – 12/17/2021
2022 COURSE DATES:
01/03/2022 – 01/14/2022
02/14/2022 – 02/25/2022
03/28/2022 – 04/08/2022
05/09/2022 – 05/20/2022
08/01/2022 – 08/12/2022
09/12/2022 – 09/23/2022
10/24/2022 – 11/04/2022
12/05/2022 – 12/16/2022
Check-in Time Starts at: 7:00 a.m.
Class Starts at: 8:00 a.m.
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