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Colombo International Nautical and Engineering College

Winner of ‘World Class’ – Global Performance Excellence Award – 2012 –
Education Organization
Winner of International Asia Pacific Quality Award -2010 – Best in Class –
Education Organization
Winner of Sri Lanka National Quality Award – 1999 – 2004 – 2009
EDUCATION & TRAINING COURSE
MINISTRY

TRAINING COURSE
REFERENCE NO.

HEAD

OF

DEPARTMENT (HOD)

DEAN OF FACULTY
FACULTY
1ST ISSUE DATE: 2004/11/18
STCW REGULATION 1978
AMENDED 2010

AS

PREPARATORY
COURSE FOR ABLE
SEAFARER - DECK
04
Mr. S.
Sankaranarayana
Capt. K. Perera
Maritime Sciences
Revision No.05

COURSE CODE

ND-0214

COURSE APPROVAL
NUMBER
APPROVED BY (HOD)

PC/ABSD/04/2013/001

APPROVED BY DEAN
DEPARTMENT
REVISION DATE:
2013.05.17

Sig.
Navigation
Reference : PR- ND-34

Sig.

Reg. II/5, Sec. A-II/5,Table A-II/5

IMO MODEL COURSE

Duration

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01 MONTH

2 2.5 1. CONTRIBU TE TO A SAFE NAVIGATIO NAL WATCH KNOWLEDGE.5 2.5 2.1 1.5 3.2 3.1 2. CONTRIBU TE TO A SAFE WATCH AT ANCHOR 3.2 1. maintenance and handover of a watch Information required to maintain a safe watch Local & International Regs on Work & Rest Hours Basic introduction to Stress & fatigue Ability to understand orders and to communicate with the officer of the watch on matters relevant to watch keeping duties Procedures for the relief.4 1.0 2.2 3.5 2. NO .5 3.3 .5 IMO STCW MODEL COURS E Table A-II/5 (page 135) DETAIL SYLLABU S 1.3 0.5 1.1 3.CORE SYLLABUS WATCH KEEPING & MOORING OPERATIONS REFERENCE TO REF COMPETENCE .3 1.0 1.1 0. UNDERSTANDING & PROFICIENCY 1.0 3.3 1.5 1. 1.1 0.3 Ability to understand orders and to communicate with the officer of the watch on matters relevant to watch keeping duties Procedures for the relief.1 0.2 3. maintenance and handover of a watch Information required to maintain a safe watch Page 2 of 7 TIME ALLOCATI ON (HRS) 1.4 0.2 3. maintenance and handover of a watch Information required to maintain a safe watch Ability to understand orders and to communicate with the officer of the watch on matters relevant to watch keeping duties Procedures for the relief. CONTRIBU TE TO A SAFE WATCH AT PORT 2.3 3.5 1.

2 the capacities.5 4. safe working loads. bitts.4 Safe mooring & unmooring practices including snap back zones 4.0 1.6 working knowledge of the procedures and order of events associated with mooring to a buoy or buoys 3. anchor windlasses. 2 1.1. capstans. CONTRIBU TE TO BERTHING.6 CARGO WORK REFERENCE TO REF COMPETENCE .4.1 2.1.0 4.3 4. hazardous and harmful substances and liquids 1. stowage and securing of cargoes and stores.1 1.1 Container cargoes TIME ALLOCATI ON (HRS) 4. synthetic and fibre lines. 3 Solid bulk cargoes Page 3 of 7 .1 1. including towing lines 4. UNDERSTANDING & PROFICIENCY 1.5 the procedures and order of events for the use of anchors in various operations 4. including mooring wires.1. and breaking strengths of mooring equipment.0 1. KNOWLEDGE. ANCHORIN G AND OTHER MOORING OPERATIO NS 4. including dangerous.3 the procedures and order of events for making fast and letting go mooring and tug lines and wires.2 General cargoes & Heavy Lifts 4.1.1 the function of mooring and tug lines and how each line functions as part of an overall system 4.0 4.0 IMO STCW MODEL COURS E Table A-II/5 (page 136) DETAIL SYLLABU S 1. NO . CONTRIBU TE TO THE HANDLING OF CARGO AND STORES Knowledge of procedures for safe handling.3 2.1.4 4.1. chocks and bollards 4.1 1. winches.2 4.

2 OPERATIONAL SAFETY REFERENCE TO RE COMPETENCE F.7 Liquefied gas cargoes in bulk 1.3 2.1 3.0 1.1 Knowledge of deck equipment 1.1.1.4.4 1.0 1.9 Ship’s Stores 0.5 Oil cargoes in bulk 2. 9 Basi knowledge of ship’s stability & stresses 1.0 1.1. 4 1.0 IMO STCW MODEL COURS E Table A-II/5 (page 137) DETAIL SYLLABUS 1.3 Cargo Securing Manual & Content 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.1. 7 1.5 1. cranes.1.4.1 function and uses of valves and pumps.1.1. UNDERSTANDING & PROFICIENCY 1.2 0.1.0 1.1.0 1.1.8 Refreigerated Cargo 1.4.1.2 Safety Precautions & Emergency Procedures 1.4 Vehicle cargoes 2.4 Basic knowledge of and precautions to observe in connection with particular types of cargo and identification of IMDG labelling 1.1. 6 1.4.0 1.6 Chemical cargoes in bulk 2.5 1.1. 1 1. NO .1 Identification of IMDG labelling 1. windlasses. and related equipment 1.2 function and uses of winches.1.0 1.2 . CONTRIBUT E TO THE SAFE OPERATION OF DECK EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY KNOWLEDGE. booms. hoists. 5 1. capstans and related Page 4 of 7 TIME ALLOCATI ON (HRS) 6. 8 1.1.1.1.

5 1.2.3.1.1. including winches.3 1.0 1.0 1.3. windlasses.3 hatches.3 1.3. cranes.0 1.3 Use and handling of deck and cargo-handling gear and equipment 1.1.equipment 1. hoists.6 ability to operate anchoring equipment under various conditions. side/bow/stern doors or elevators 1. markings.0 and ballast suctions and wells Page 5 of 7 1.4 fibre and wire ropes. use.2 pipeline systems – bilge 1. and related equipment 1. weighing anchor.0 1.3 1.0 1. securing for sea. watertight doors.4 1. including their construction.2 .2 1. ports. 1.1. rat-guards and gangways 1.3 use marlin spike seamanship skills.1 rig and unrig bosun’s chairs and staging 1.2 1.1 access arrangements.0 hatches and hatch covers.5 1.5 bility to use and understand basic signals for the operation of equipment. and in emergencies 1. including the proper use of knots. and hoists 1.2. splices and stoppers 10.6 3.2.1 1.1 1.2.1.3. cables and chains.5 1.1.1. maintenance and proper stowage 4.1. ramps. such as anchoring.2 rig and unrig pilot ladders.2 Knowledge of the following procedures and ability to: 1.2.2.

9 2.1.1. derricks and winches 1.1.3 working in enclosed spaces Cold weather precautions Page 6 of 7 3.1 2.0 1.3 2.1.1 0 2.4 1.1. O.3 2.3 Knowledge of the precautions to be taken to prevent pollution of the marine environment 3.5 2.1.2 working over the side 1. P.0 2.2 Basic Knowledge of SOPEP & SMPEP 3. H.1.0 3.2 1.0 3.1.2.1.2 3.1.5 2.1.0 3. 3.0 1.1.4 permit to work systems 0.1 Basic knowledge of International Regulations for prevent Marine Polutions 3.1.8 2.2 3.3 Knowledge of the use and operation of anti-pollution 3.0 2.0 2.10 personal safety equipment 0.1.0 2.6 lifting techniques and methods of preventing back injury 1.3 2.2 4.3 cranes.3 .1 Working knowledge of safe working practices and personal shipboard safety 2.7 2.5 2.5 line handling 1.6 2.4 2.1. APPLY OCCUPATIO NAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PRECAUTIO NS APPLY PRECAUTIO NS AND CONTRIBUT E TO THE PREVENTIO N OF POLLUTION OF THE MARINE ENVIRONME NT 1. G.3.2 0.1.9 chemical and biohazard safety 2.0 Table A-II/5 (page 138) 2.2 Knowledge of the approved methods for disposal of marine pollutants 3.0 2.4 Describe the procedure of hoisting and dipping flags and state the meaning of main singleflag signals.3.8 mechanical safety 1. B.1.1.1 3.1. (A.1.0 2.1.1 1.1.0 2.1. Q) 2.7 electrical safety 1.1 working aloft 2.1.5 2.1.1.

6 2.5 4.0 5.1 Heavy weather precautions 5.2. CONTRIBUT E TO SHIPBOARD MAINTENAN CE AND REPAIR CONTRIBUT E TO SAFE OPERATION S IN VARIOUS WEATHER CONDITION S 4.0 4.0 Page 7 of 7 Table A-II/5 (page 139) . maintenance and use of hand and power tools 5.0 4.3 Precautions during high temperatures.1 4.5 Knowledge of safe disposal of waste materials 4.2 Ability to understand and execute routine maintenance and repair procedures 4. lubrication and cleaning materials and equipment 1.2.1 Basic knowledge of PMS 4.1 4.0 4.4 TOTAL 4.2 Cold weather precautions 5.5 4.2 4. 5.6 Knowledge of the application.5 1. 1.4.1 5.2 5.4 Understanding manufacturer’s safety guidelines and shipboard instructions 4.1 3.3 Knowledge of surface preparation techniques 4.4.equipment 4.3 120.0 4.3 0.1Ability to use painting.1 Basic knowledge of Material Safety Data Sheets 4.