Course Duration: 4.5 days
Course dates: ON Demand If you need last minute slots please call us on the phone.
Course Fee: POA
Entry Requirements - Although there s no entry requirement it is recommended that Persons to be trained to conduct assessments and examinations for certificates of competency issued under international instruments dealing with certification of persons to be employed aboard ship should hold a certificate of competency no lower than the certificate or qualification which is to be issued by or on behalf of the Administration in the discipline concerned and have appropriate experience and a thorough knowledge of both the theoretical and the practical aspects of all subjects involved. In the case of those who are to conduct assessments / examinations for issue of certificates as master, chief engineer, deck or engineering officer, such experience should preferably include service as master or as chief engineer, as appropriate. A refresher course in the theoretical aspects of the discipline concerned may be necessary for those persons whose recent experience has been mostly of a practical nature. Similarly, a refresher course in the practical aspects of the discipline concerned may be necessary for those persons whose recent experience has been mostly of a theoretical nature. Other qualifications may be recognized as equivalent in the case of those persons who are to conduct assessments / examinations in academic or specialized subjects.
Fluency in both the spoken and written language in which the course will be conducted is essential
This course is based on IMO model course 3.12. The course includes introductory classroom instruction on the assessment, examination and certification of seafarers (in particular masters, mates, chief engineers and engineer officers), covering the international provisions for training, assessment, examination and certification of masters, officers and ratings; the implementation of these provisions under national law; the selection of assessment methodologies;' the organization of assessments, and the issue and control of certificates. It is based on the requirements of STCW Regulation I/6 and STCW Code A-I/6 – Training and assessment and with a consideration of the contents of IMO Model Course 3.12 – Assessment, examination and certification of seafarers.
To provide knowledge and skills for trainees to administer, supervise and monitor training and assessment of seafarer competence in accordance with the provisions of Section A-l/6 of the STCW Code.
A trainee successfully completing the course will be able to:
.1 apply the international provisions concerning the training, assessment, examination and
certification of masters, officers and ratings of merchant vessels;
.2 apply the implementation of these provisions under national law;
.3 analyze national assessment, examination and certification needs;
.4 determine appropriate assessment methodologies;
.5 Organise, administer and conduct asessments/examination; and
.6 issue and control certificates
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Glasgow Maritime Academy is the first training provider in the UK to be recognised by Nautical Institute for delivering IMO 3.12 Assessment, Examination and Certification of Seafarers Training (ASECT) for Administrators, Trainers and Assessors - Nautical Insitute Approved.