General Seamanship Orals: (CM-O)

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Course Description

The purpose of this course is to prepare participants to demonstrate the ability to apply the knowledge detailed in the oral examination syllabus for the Chief Mate certificate, contained in “TP2293 – The Examination and Certification of Seafarers”.  Candidates for Chief Mate certification should demonstrate the ability to apply the knowledge outlined in this oral examination syllabus by appropriate responses, anticipations and reactions to a range of routine, non-routine and contingency scenarios as presented by the examiner, from the perspective of the duties and responsibilities associated to the validity of the Chief Mate certificate.

Course Outline

1.0 Maintain Safe Navigational Watch
2.0 Monitor and Control Compliance with Legislative Requirements
3.0 Ship Maneuvering in all Conditions
4.0 Towing Operations
5.0 Cargo handling, Stowage, Securing and Care
6.0 Respond to Navigational Emergencies
7.0 Pollution Prevention Requirements
8.0 Organize and Manage Crew
9.0 Bridge Teamwork Procedures
10.0 Organize and Manage Medical Care
11.0 Search and Rescue Operations
12.0 Safety and Security of Crew and Passengers
13.0 Emergency and Damage Control Plans

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