AIMNET | All India Merchant Navy Entrance Test 2018

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Pre-Sea Training for GP Rating (Deck/Engine)

Pre-Sea Training for those looking to start their career in Merchant Navy right after 10th Standard as a GP Rating.

On successful completion of this Pre-Sea training, the candidates will be able to join as a RATING in Indian & Foreign shipping companies as a Deck Crew or Engine Crew. The G.P. Rating candidate will be able to work in all seamanship activities on-board at Deck side and other work at Engine side. With further Sea-service, they will be promoted as DECK SERANG, BOSUN, Able-Bodied Seamen / Engine Fitter etc.

 

Pre-Sea Training Career Progression Chart

 

After 4 Months (Deck Rating/Engine Rating) Course

Join as either Deck Crew or Engine Crew

OS - Promoted as AB Seaman, Bosun in Deck Side

(Or) promoted in Engine Side

27 months sea experience & with certain qualification Eligible to appear for 2nd mate exams

Eligible to get promotion to Third Officer & Fourth Engineer or with further sea experience & exam can be promoted to Captain level

 

Course Module for GPR

 

 

COURSE NAME

TRAINING PHASES

DURATION

CONTENT

Deck Rating

Phase 1

15 Week’s

·   Fresher’s week and general induction to the ship industry.

·   Assessment of entry to training programme.

·   Deck Room Principals, Watchkeeping and Seaman Ship skill training.

·   Soft Skill Development and PDP.

Phase 2

2 Week’s

·   STCW courses: PST, PSSR, EFA, FPFF & STSDSD

Engine Rating

Phase 1

15 Week’s

·   Fresher’s week and general induction to the ship industry.

·   Assessment of entry to training programme.

·   Engine Room Principals, Watchkeeping and Seaman Ship skill training.

·   Soft Skill Development and PDP.

Phase 2

2 Week’s

·   STCW courses: PST, PSSR, EFA, FPFF & STSDSD

 

End of Course

·   After Successful completion of Training, candidate leads to the award of STCW 2010 Certificates and Continuous Discharge Certificate (We provide LIBERIAN Seaman Book). There are wide job opportunities for our Indian Seamen all over the world.

 

 

(Deck Cadet to OOWCoC from Australia)

Phase I Pre-Sea Training Programme

A 4-month pre-sea course aimed to provide the students with basic entry-level knowledge in the maritime field as well as to prepare the students to serve as a cadet officer on board a merchant ship.

This phase shall include the teaching of the following subjects:

a) English Language & Standard Marine Communication Phrases

b) General Ship Knowledge and Safety

c) Monitor Compliance with Legislative Requirements

d) Plan and Conduct a Passage and Determine Position

e) Electronic Aids to Navigation

f) Safe Working Practices aboard merchant ships

g) Seamanship

h) Watch-keeping and Collision Regulations

 

In addition, the Phase I of this course will also include the four modular courses as required by STCW ’2010 manila amendments namely Personal Survival Techniques, Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting, Elementary First Aid & Personal Safety and Social Responsibility & Security Training for Seafarer with the designated security duties.

Upon successful completion of this phase, students will be given a CTD issued by IMETA and OSA.

 

Phase I Shipboard Attachment Programme

During this period, the students must complete minimum 24 months’ sea service as deck cadets (subject to amendments, if any, made by AMSA) on board commercial trading ships of 500GT or more. This sea service of 24 months must include at least 6 months of bridge watch keeping duties in a capacity that fully understudies the officer of the watch. Additionally, they will also be required to complete:

a) A preparatory correspondence course (hereinafter DLP).

b) An International Shipping Federation Training Record Book (hereinafter TRB)

The completion of the TRB & DLP shall form an integral part of the overall criteria making the student eligible for the Phase III.

 

Phase III: Certificate of Competency (CoC) Class 3 Deck Preparatory Course

A 10-month preparatory course conducted in Australia at our partner college and leading to the students being awarded the Australian Class 3 Deck (Unlimited) CoC, provided they satisfy all the assessment and any other criteria for the above.