2724 | Rating Forming Part of an Engineering Watch (Motor Only) (MIDATL-746)

Course Number: 2724
Course Length: 40 hours
Minimum Class Size:    2
Maximum Class Size:  4
Price: $1,100.00

Please bring picture ID on first day of class
60 Days of Engine Room Service Required Before Going Through This Program.

Any applicant who successfully completed your Operating Principles of Rating Forming Part of an Engineering Watch Motor Assessments Only (MIDATL-746) course, including specific assessments from the Guidelines for Qualification for STCW Endorsements as Rating Forming Part of an Engineering Watch, NVIC 07-14 will satisfy the assessment requirements of 46 CFR 12.609(a)(3) and Table A-III/4 of the Seafarers’ Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW) Code, as amended, 2010, Specification of Minimum Standard of Competence for Ratings Forming Part of an Engineering Watch. Applicants using this approval to apply for endorsement as RFPEW-Motor Only must document at least 60 days of seagoing service that involves experience associated with engine room functions and involves the performance of duties carried out under the direct supervision of an engineer officer or a qualified STCW rating. Applicants who have successfully completed your course need not present completed “Control Sheets” for these assessments in application for STCW certification. Accepted Tasks from NVIC 07-14 for RFPEW – Motor Only · 1.1.A Engine room round · 1.1.B (M) Monitor electricity generating plant ·1.1.B (G) Monitor electricity generating plant · 1.1.C Monitor LO/FO purification systems · 1.1.D Monitor compressed air plant · 1.1.E Monitor refrigeration and air-conditioning plants · 1.1.F Determine tank and pressure-vessel levels · 1.1.G Charge a “waterlogged” potable water pressure tank w. compressed air · 1.1.H(M) Monitor jacket water evaporator · 1.1.H(M/G) Monitor reverse osmosis plant · 1.1.I(M) Monitor main diesel engine propulsion unit · 1.1.J Monitor propulsion shafting and bearings · 1.1.K Monitor steering gear · 1.2.A Add clean oil to engine and deck machinery · 1.2.B Lubricate a grease-lubricated bearing · 1.2.C Shift and clean a basket-type duplex strainer · 1.2.D Clean LO/FO purifier · 1.2.E Take up on a gate/globe valve stuffing-box gland ·1.2.F Take on fresh water · 1.3.A Pump out bilges · 1.3.B Monitor oily-water separators ·1.3.C Monitor sewage treatment plants · 2.1.A Relieve the watch · 2.1.B Hand over the watch · 2.1.C Assist in pre-start check of a diesel engine · 2.2.A Operate internal communications systems · 2.2.B Log engine-order telegraph signals · 2.3.A Respond appropriately to alarms · 3.1.B Maintain auxiliary boiler water level and steam pressures · 3.1.D Monitor the auxiliary boiler · 4.1.A Locate all engine-room escape routes · 4.2.A Locate fire-fighting and emergency · 4.2.B Put a main or emergency fire-pump in service.

This course provides mariners, that have experience and training for the engineroom of vessels of any propulsion mode, to completion of STCW Ratings Forming Part of the Engineering Watch assessment as set forth in Section A-III/4 and Table A-III/4 of the Standards for Training and Certification of Watchkeepers (STCW) Code, as amended as follows: Section A-III/4 Mandatory minimum requirements for certification of ratings forming part of a watch in a manned engine-room or designated to perform duties in a periodically unmanned engine-room and Table A-III/4, Specification of minimum standard of competence for ratings forming part of an engineering watch. Function: Marine engineering at the support level

Carry out a watch routine appropriate to the duties of a rating forming part of an engine-room watch
Understand orders and be understood in matters relevant to watchkeeping duties

Knowledge, understanding and proficiency

  • Terms used in machinery spaces and names of machinery and equipment
  • Engine-room watchkeeping procedures
  • Safe working practices as related to engine-room operations
  • Basic environmental protection procedures
  • Use of appropriate internal communication system
  • Engine-room alarm systems and ability to distinguish between the various alarms, with special reference to fire-extinguishing gas alarms

Operate emergency equipment and apply emergency procedures

Knowledge, understanding and proficiency

  • Knowledge of emergency duties
  • Escape routes from machinery spaces
  • Familiarity with the location and use of fire-fighting equipment in the machinery spaces

Students must wear STEEL-TOE SAFETY SHOES for actual shipboard engineroom operations!!!!!!!!!!

2020 Course Dates:
Class Starts at:   8:00 a.m.

Check-in Time Starts at:   7:00 a.m.


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Required Course Tools:

No tools required for this course