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On board Training Record Book - Officer in charge of Navigational watch + Officer in charge of Engineering watch
Year: 2012 & 2013
Author: International Shipping Federation
Genre: Training courses
Publisher: Marisec Publication
Edition: 3rd Edition
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 90 + 104
Description: In 2010, the IMO Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW) was revised and updated.
The revised STCW Convention continues to place emphasis on assessment of the outcome of training, i.e. the ability of seafarers to perform their duties competently. In particular, the 2010 Convention requires that a cadet's seagoing service must be properly structured and recorded in a training record book approved by the maritime administration responsible for issuing certificates of competence. The footnotes to the amended STCW text specifically refer to ISF training record books as an example of such documentation.
The STCW Code, which contains the detailed requirements of the revised STCW Convention, sets out uniform standards for the attainment of competences in the various maritime skills required to qualify as a watchkeeping officer. The STCW Code also stipulates criteria by which a trainee's attainment of these competences should be assessed by designated on board training officers.
The tasks contained in this Record Book have been carefully designed to help ensure that trainees meet the requirements for certification stipulated by the STCW competences’ and that as far as possible the officers supervising their training use evaluation based on the STCW Code. However, the tasks have been arranged with on board training in mind. The training tasks and associated criteria are, in many instances, presented in more detail than in the text of the Convention. This is to help ensure that trainees make the best use of their seagoing service and to help officers supervising trainees make an objective evaluation of whether they are indeed competent.
Additional info: The torrent has set of 2 On board Training Record Book: Officer in charge of Navigational watch & Officer in charge of Engineering watch.
First Training Record Book takes full account of the new requirements for deck cadets, including new competences for ECDIS (Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems), leadership and teamworking, and proactive measures to protect the marine environment.
Second Training Record Book takes full account of these new requirements for engineer cadets, including new competence standards for leadership and team working, and proactive measures to protect the marine environment.