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Deck Cadet SSTP (Structured Shipboard Training Programme) Record Book
Pages count: 143
Description: This Deck Cadet Structured Shipboard Training Program Record Book has been produced by the Global Maritime Education and Training Association (GlobalMET Limited) following participation in the STCW CONF in Manila in June 2010, which adopted the Manila Amendments to the International Convention on Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers 1978 (STCW 2010).
The book is designed to provide deck cadets with a practical, structured, onboard training programme that covers the requirements of STCW 2010. The level of knowledge, understanding and proficiency required is to be sufficient for watchkeeping and other onboard duties to be effectively carried out. It is recognised that the development of competence in activities difficult to teach in the onboard environment will need the support of shore-based teaching. The programme of onboard training is an integral part of the overall training plan. The comprehensive provisions in the book enable a cadet to complete appropriate tasks prior to joining a ship if circumstances permit. In this case, provided the Cadet can produce evidence of having successfully completed the task, the Shipboard Training Officer (STO) may sign the „considered proficient‟ column following oral questioning and without requiring full performance of the task.
Additional info: It incorporates the Manila Amendments agreed at the STCW Conference in Manila in June 2010.
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