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Minimum Age: 18 years.

Prerequisite Certificate: MSAF Approval Letter

Required Sea Service:

(a) 18 Months of approved seagoing service on commercial ships of 500 gross tonnage or more and demonstrated competencies as outlined in Table A II/5 of the STCW Code’78, as amended;
or
(b) 12 Months of approved seagoing service on commercial ships of 500 gross tonnage or more and having completed an approved on board training recorded in a training record book.

Course of study

Must have satisfactorily completed an appropriate course of study that at least meets the standards specified in Section A-II/5 of the STCW Code’78, as amended for certification of ratings as Able Seafarer Deck.

Must hold the following current Certificates:

(a) valid Certificate of Medical Fitness for service in the deck department;
(b) valid eye sight test certificate;
(c) Personal Survival techniques. Section A-VI/1-1 of the STCW Code’78, as amended;
(d) Proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats Certificate. Section A-VI/2-1 of the STCW Code’78, as amended;
(e) Elementary First Aid at Sea. Section A-VI/I-3 of the STCW Code’78, as amended;
(f) Fire Prevention and Firefighting. Section A-VI/1-2 of the STCW Code’78, as amended;
(g) Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities. Section AVI/1-4 of the STCW Code’78, as amended.

Examination

Must have passed a written and an oral examination in appropriate operational knowledge conducted by an approved Nautical Examiner.

Minimum Age: 18 years.

Prerequisite Certificate: Engine Watch Rating or Able Seafarer Engine or Master/Engineer Class 6 Full

Required Sea Service:

(a) not less than a 24 months of approved sea service on ships of not less than 100 kW. 18 months of the 24 months must be served on duties associated with engine Operation and 6 months of approved workshop;
or
(b) have completed approved education and training of at least 24 months which includes 12 months of onboard training (on ships of not less than 100 kW main propulsion power) documented in an approved engineer officer-training record book;
or
(c) not less than 12 months approved seagoing service on ships of not less than 100 kW engine power whilst holding a Certificate of Competency as Master/Engineer Class 6 Full and completed not less than six months of approved workshop training;
or
(d) not less than 12 months approved seagoing service on ships of not less than 100 kW engine power whilst holding a Certificate of Competency as Engine Watch Rating and completed not less than 6 months of approved workshop training;
or
(e) Not less than 6 months approved workshop whilst holding a Certificate of Competency as Able Seafarer Engine served on duties associated with engine operation.

Course of Study

Must have satisfactorily completed an appropriate course of study.

Must hold the following current Certificates:

(a) valid Certificate of Medical Fitness for service in the engine department;
(b) valid eye sight and color test certificate;
(c) Certificate of Proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats. Section A-VI/2-1 of the STCW Code’78, as amended;
(d) Medical First Aid at Sea. Section A-VI/4-1 of the STCW Code’78, as amended;
(e) Advanced Firefighting and Control. Section A-VI/3 of the STCW Code’78, as amended;
(f) Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities. Section A- VI/1-4 of the STCW Code’78, as amended; and
(g) Engine Resource Management Certificate.
(h) Security Awareness Training. Section A-VI/6 of the STCW Code’78, as amended.

Examination

Must have passed a written, practical and an oral examination in appropriate operational knowledge conducted by a governing body marine engineer examiner.

Training at FMA

"This marine course is aligned to the educational requirements for certification as described in Maritime Regulations'2014 - Part I-Classes of Certificates and the Pre-Requisites for their Issue. A history of sea time/service on board a vessel will be required to obtain a "Certificate of Competency."

 

Trade Diploma in Marine Engineering (Engine Apprentice 1)
2 Trimester = 6 Months
Unit Name

Marine Engineering Drawing Introductory

Marine Basic Mathematics

Enabling Computer

Applied Nechanical Science

Marine Basic Thermodynamics

Marine Basic Fitting and Practice

Communication Skills

Social Education

Marine Engineering Knowledge-Motor

Marine Engineering Knowledge-General

Maritime Law

Naval Architect and Ship Construction

Marine Basic Electrical Knowledge

Marine Basic Machining

ISO9000 & 14000 Awareness Course

Engine Simulator Training

 

Short Course Includes:

Proficiency in Elementary First Aid

Proficiency in Fire Fighting and Prevention

Proficiency in Personal Survival Technique

Personal Safety and Social Responsibility

Seafarers Designated and Secruity Duties

 

Engine Apprentice 2 – 9 months Seatime and 3 months workshop – Cadet Training Record Book & assignments (this is a prerequisite for Engine Apprentice 3)

 

Trade Diploma in Marine Engineering (EA3)
1 Trimester - 3 Months
Unit Name
Marine Basic Applied Mechanics 2
Marine Basic Thermodynamics 2
Marine Engineering Drawing
Marine Applied Mathematics 2
Marine Engineering Knowledge Motor II
Marine Electro Technology and Electronics 1
Marine Engineering Knowledge General II
Basic Naval Architecture and Ships Construction
Engine Simulator training

Engine Apprentice 4 – 9 months Seatime – Cadet Training Record Book & assignments (this is a prerequisite for Engine Apprentice 5)

 

Trade Diploma in Marine Engineering (Engine Apprentice 5)
2 Trimester = 6 Months
Unit Name
Marine Applied Mathematics 3

Marine Applied Mechanics

Marine Thermodynamics

Marine Engineering Drawing and Design 3

Marine Electrical Knowledge

Marine Control System

Principles of Marine Refrigeration

Vessel Management and Maritime Law

Ethics, Values and Governance

Marine Engineering Knowledge- General III

Marine Engineering Knowledge-Motor III

Naval Architecture and Ship Construction

Marine Electronics Principles

Engine Room Simulation 2


Certificate II in Marine Engineering (Class 5)
2 Trimester - 6 Months
Unit Name

Marine Engineering Drawing Introductory

Marine Basic Mathematics

Enabling Computer

Applied Nechanical Science

Marine Basic Thermodynamics

Marine Basic Fitting and Practice

Communication Skills

Social Education

Marine Engineering Knowledge-Motor

Marine Engineering Knowledge-General

Maritime Law

Naval Architect and Ship Construction

Marine Basic Electrical Knowledge

Marine Basic Machining

ISO9000 & 14000 Awareness Course

Engine Simulator Training

 

Certificate III in Marine Engineering (Class 4)
1 Trimester - 3 Months
Unit Name
Marine Basic Applied Mechanics 2
Marine Basic Thermodynamics 2
Marine Engineering Drawing
Marine Applied Mathematics 2
Marine Engineering Knowledge Motor II
Marine Electro Technology and Electronics 1
Marine Engineering Knowledge General II
Basic Naval Architecture and Ships Construction 
Engine Simulator training

 

Certificate IV in Marine Engineering (Class 3 Engineering)
2 Trimester- 6 Months
Unit Name

Marine Applied Mathematics 3

Marine Applied Mechanics

Marine Thermodynamics

Marine Engineering Drawing and Design 3

Marine Electrical Knowledge

Marine Control System

Principles of Marine Refrigeration

Vessel Management and Maritime Law

Ethics, Values and Governance

Marine Engineering Knowledge- General III

Marine Engineering Knowledge-Motor III

Naval Architecture and Ship Construction

Marine Electronics Principles

Engine Room Simulation 2

 

Minimum Age: 18 years.

Prerequisite Certificate: Safety Certificate or MSAF Approval Letter.

Required Sea Service:

(a) 36 months approved seagoing service whilst holding a Certificate of Competency not lower than a Safety Certificate;
or
(b) 24 months approved seagoing service on ships of 80 gross tonnage or more whilst holding a Certificate of Competency as Master/Engineer Class 6;
or
(c) 24 months approved seagoing service on ships of 80 gross tonnage or more whilst holding a Certificate of Competency as Deck Watch Rating;
or
(d) 6 months approved seagoing service on ships of 80 gross tonnage or more whilst holding a Certificate of Competency as Able Seafarer Deck.

Course of Study

Must have satisfactorily completed an appropriate course of study that at least meets the standards specified in Section A- II/3 of the STCW Code’78, as amended for officers in charge of navigational watch on ships engaged in Near-coastal voyages and includes practical training in ECDIS, ARPA, radar and electronic navigation and relevant simulator training and assessment.

Hold the following current Certificates:

(a) valid Certificate of Medical Fitness for service in the deck department;
(b) valid eye sight and color test certificate;
(c) Certificate of Proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats. Section A-VI/2-1 of the STCW Code’78, as amended;
(d) Medical First Aid at Sea. Section A-VI/4-1 of the STCW Code’78, as amended;
(e) Advanced Firefighting and Control. Section A-VI/3 of the STCW Code’78, as amended;
(f) Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities. Section A- VI/1-4 of the STCW Code’78, as amended;
(g) GMDSS -General Operators Certificate; or Radio Operators Certificate
(h) Security Awareness Training. Section A-VI/6 of the STCW Code’78, as amended.

Examination

Must have passed a written, practical and an oral examination in appropriate operational knowledge conducted by a governing body Nautical Examiner- MSAF

Training at FMA
"This marine course is aligned to the educational requirements for certification as described in Maritime Regulations'2014 - Part I-Classes of Certificates and the Pre-Requisites for their Issue. A history of sea time/service on board a vessel will be required to obtain a "Certificate of Competency".


Program
Trade Diploma in Nautical Science (Deck Apprentice 1)
2 Trimester = 6 months
Unit Name
Mathematics

Seamanship Theory

Seamanship Practical

Communication Skills

Deck Workshop Practice

Social Education

Navigation-Celestial

General Ships Knowledge

Maritime Law

Navigation-Terrestrial

Meteorology

Visual Communication

Applied Science

Operational Safety

Watchkeeping Orals

Bridge Equipment

Enabling Computer

Simulator Training Practical

Sailing Vessel Experience-Practical

ISO9000 & 14000 awareness course

 

Short Course Includes: 

Proficiency in Elementary First Aid

Proficiency in Fire Fighting and Prevention

Proficiency in Personal Survival Technique

Personal Safety and Social Responsibility

Seafarers Designated Secruity Duties


Deck Apprentice 2 – 9 months Sea Time – Cadet Training Record Book & assignments (this is a prerequisite for Deck Apprentice 3)

Trade Diploma in Nautical Science 3 (Deck Apprentice 3)
2 Trimester = 6 months
Unit Name
Mathematics

Applied Science

Ocean & Offshore Navigation

Principles of Navigation

Meteorology

Bridge Equipment

Operational Safety

Visual Communication

General Ships Knowledge

Maritime Law

Coastal Navigation

Simulator Training

ROR/Watchkeeping Orals

Engineering Knowledge for Deck Officers

ISO9000 & 14000 Awareness Course

Deck Apprentice 4 – 9 months Seatime – Cadet Training Record Book & assignments (this is a prerequisite for Deck Apprentice 5) Note: 12 of the 18months has to be on FGN Of over 500GT

Trade Diploma in Nautical Science 5 (Deck Apprentice 5)
2 Trimester = 6 months
Unit Name
Mathematics

Applied Science

Principles of Navigation

Bridge Equipment

Ocean & Offshore Navigation

Ethics, Values & Governance

ISO9000 & 14000 Awareness Course

Coatal Navigation

Meteorology

Gneral Ship Knowledge

Visual Communication

Operational Safety

ROR/Watchkeeping Orals

Maritime Law

Certificate II in Ships Operation (Class 5 Master)
2 Trimester = 6 months 
Unit Name

Mathematics

Seamanship Theory

Seamanship Practical

Communication Skills

Deck Workshop Practice

Social Education

Navigation-Celestial

General Ships Knowledge

Maritime Law

Navigation-Terrestrial

Meteorology

Visual Communication

Applied Science

Operational Safety

Watchkeeping Orals

Bridge Equipment

Enabling Computer

Simulator Training Practical

Sailing Vessel Experience-Practical

ISO9000 & 14000 awareness course



Certificate III in Ships Operation (Class 4 Masters)
2 Trimester = 6 months 
Unit Name

Mathematics

Applied Science

Ocean & Offshore Navigation

Principles of Navigation

Meteorology

Bridge Equipment

Operational Safety

Visual Communication

General Ships Knowledge

Maritime Law

Coastal Navigation

Simulator Training

ROR/Watchkeeping Orals

Engineering Knowledge for Deck Officers

ISO9000 & 14000 Awareness Course


Certificate IV in Ship's Operation (Class 3 Master)
2 Trimester = 6 Months 
Unit Name

Mathematics

Applied Science

Principles of Navigation

Bridge Equipment

Ocean & Offshore Navigation

Ethics, Values & Governance

ISO9000 & 14000 Awareness Course

Coatal Navigation

Meteorology

Gneral Ship Knowledge

Visual Communication

Operational Safety

ROR/Watchkeeping Orals

Maritime Law