Product code: #6418$950.00 Excl. Sales Tax
All officers in charge of a navigational watch operating within polar waters must be trained and certified, according to Chapter 12 of the Polar Code, taking into account the provisions of the IMO STCW Convention and Code, section A-V/4, paragraph 1.
This course follows guidance from IMO Model Course 7.11 and focuses on preparing qualified deck officers for operations in polar regions, by covering different ice types, manoeuvring in ice, voyage planning and the use of icebreakers. This course also features a built in online simulator, allowing learners to practise their manoeuvring skills in ice, in a safe environment.
The course includes the following components.
- Module 1 - Ice Characteristics
- Module 2 - Regulations and Standards
- Module 3 - Vessel Characteristics
- Module 4 - Manoeuvring in Ice
- Module 5 - Voyage Planning
- Module 6 - Icebreaker Assistance
- Module 7 - Vessel Performance in Polar Waters
- Module 8 - Crew Preparation, Working Conditions and Safety
- Module 9 - Environment
As a pre-requisite to take the Marlins ‘Ice Navigation In Polar Waters (Basic)’ eLearning course, learners shall hold a certificate as master, chief mate or officer in charge of a navigation watch, qualified in accordance with regulations II/1, II/2 and II/3 respectively of the STCW Convention, or equivalent as determined by the national administration.
The course is available to all; however the certificate is only valid under the STCW Convention and Code with a valid Certificate of Competency (CoC).
Bahamas Maritime Authority (BMA)
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