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1 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME S AMC SEARCH COMMERCIAL ARM OF THE AUSTRALIAN MARITIME COLLEGE YOUR PASSPORT TO THE WORLD OF MARITIME OPPORTUNITIES

2 AMC SEARCH (AMCS) IS PROUD TO PRESENT THE 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME AMCS was established in 1985 to provide training and consultancy to the maritime industry utilising the internationally acclaimed resources of the Australian Maritime College. AMCS has grown into the largest provider of maritime short courses in Australia, offering more than 80 types of mandatory and tailored courses has seen major advancements in the provisions of maritime solutions to industry, including: The only Australian training provider offering all mandatory Continued Competence/ Refresher courses required under the Manila Amendments to STCW and AMSA s Marine Orders Series 70. Development of: online courses: - Security Awareness Training - Crowd Management The design and development of tailored LNG Mooring Operations Terminal training Maritime Human Factors for Design and Operations course A totally new, user friendly website - These advancements highlight the ability of AMCS to respond to industry demand in an agile and flexible manner. AMCS is proud to present the following 2015 Short Course Programme, and welcomes industry input and feedback into courses offered and future course requirements. Catherine Wilson Deputy CEO Working with the maritime industry to provide the training and services they want 02

3 CONTENTS Summary of Training 2 General Information 3 Courses 5 Advanced Liquefied Gas Tanker 5 Advanced Oil and Chemical Tanker 5 Bridge Resource Management (BRM) 6 Bulk Carrier Operations 6 Certificate of Competency (CoC) Master, Deck and Engineer Officers Refresher 7 Certificate of Competency (CoC) Master, Deck and Engineer Officer Revalidation 8 Certificates of Proficiency (CoP) Rating Refresher 9 Certificates of Proficiency (CoP) Rating Revalidation 9 Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft (CPSC) 10 Certificate of Safety Training (CoST) 10 Certificates of Safety Training (CoST) Refresher 11 Certificates of Safety Training (CoST) Revalidation 11 Chief Integrated Ratings (CIR) Refresher 12 Chief Integrated Ratings (CIR) Revalidation 12 Chief Integrated Ratings 13 Crisis Management 13 Crowd Management+ 14 Dockmaster Comprehensive 14 Dockmaster Refresher 14 Dynamic Positioning (DP) Basic (Induction) 15 Dynamic Positioning (DP) Advanced (Simulator) 15 Dynamic Positioning (DP) Technical 16 Dynamic Positioning (DP) Familiarisation/Awareness 16 ECDIS (including Type Specific Training) 17 Elementary First Aid 17 Fast Rescue Boat Operator s Course (FRB) 18 Fast Rescue Boat Renewal 18 Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting 19 Fire Fighting - Advanced 19 GMDSS Communications 20 GMDSS Renewal 20 High-Speed Navigation 21 LNG Terminal Mooring Operations (Shore Crew)* 21 Maritime Human Factors for Design and Operations* 21 Medical Care on Board Ship 22 Medical First Aid on Board Ship 22 Of Ships and Shipping* 23 Offshore Mooring Operations (Catering Staff) 23 Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities 23 Personal Survival Techniques 24 Safe Bulk Loading Practice 24 Security Awareness Training+ 25 Security Officer 25 Ship Planners 26 Stability: Ballast Class B 26 Stability by Distance: Basic 27 Stability by Distance: Advanced 27 Steering Certificate 27 Stevedoring and Terminal Operation 28 Tanker Familiarisation 28 Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) Basic Operator (V-103/1) 29 Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) Basic Pre-Assessment Workshop 29 Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) Local Port Services Training 30 Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) On the Job Instructor (V-103/4) 30 Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) Supervisor (V-103/2) 31 Watch Rating Navigation and Engine Room (TAGS program)* 31 Facilities 32 Contact Details 37 * New courses + Offered online 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME 01

4 SUMMARY OF TRAINING AMCS offers an extensive suite of maritime related short courses. The courses scheduled within this programme will represent only around half of the programme actually delivered by AMC Search in 2015, as many more courses will be provided based on demand by clients often at short notice due to changes in work schedules and crewing arrangements. Many courses will also be delivered on client premises, providing a more cost effective and timely solution to client needs. Training courses available: AMSA Approved/STCW Compliant Bridge Resource Management Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft (CPSC) Certificate of Safety Training/STCW Basic Safety Training Chief Integrated Ratings Crisis Management Crowd Management Electronic Chart Display Information System (ECDIS) Fast Rescue Boat Fire Fighting (Basic and Advanced) GMDSS High-Speed Navigation Medical Care on board Ship Medical First Aid on board Ship Rating Forming part of a Watch Revalidation Certificate of Competency (Master, Deck and Engineer Officers) Revalidation Certificate of Proficiency Rating (Deck and Engine) Revalidation Certificate of Safety Training Revalidation Chief Integrated Rating Security Awareness Training Security Officer Steering Certificate Tanker Familiarisation Tanker Safety Advanced Oil and Chemical Tanker Safety Liquefied Gas Online/Distance Security Awareness Training Crowd Management Stability by Distance Nautical Institute Approved Dynamic Positioning Operator Training Basic (Induction) Dynamic Positioning Operator Training Advanced (Simulator) IADC/Nautical Institute Approved Ballast Stability Class B IALA Approved V-103/1: VTS Basic Operator Training V-103/2: VTS Supervisor Training V-103/4: On the Job Instructor Training Specialised Short Courses Maritime Human Factors for Design and Operations LNG Terminal Mooring Operations (Shore Crew) Of Ships and Shipping Bulk Carrier Operations Dockmaster Training Offshore Mooring Operations (Catering Staff) Stevedoring and Terminal Operation Safe Bulk Loading Practice Ship Planners Should you wish to discuss your particular training needs, please contact Deputy CEO, Catherine Wilson or Course Administration Manager, Emilie Donovan, or (03) SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME

5 GENERAL INFORMATION AMC Search (AMCS) is working with the maritime industry to provide the training and services they want, offering the largest range of maritime solutions in Australia, utilising the internationally acclaimed resources of the Australian Maritime College, an institute of the University of Tasmania. Training Short Courses: includes all mandatory training required by STCW78 as amended, together with internationally accredited specialist short courses in Vessel Traffic Services (IALA accredited), Dynamic Positioning (NI accredited) and Ballast Stability Class B (IADC accredited). Tailored training to meet client requirements, incorporating client procedures/processes, forms 50% of the short course business. Access to extensive range of maritime specialists and experts. Examples include Mooring Operations, Safe Bulk Loading and Bulk Liquid Handling. Department of Defence Pacific Patrol Boat Contract held for 20+ years involves the provision of training, travel arrangements, food and accommodation, living allowances and pastoral and medical care for the crews of 22 Patrol boats from 12 Pacific nations. Consultancy services Consulting services offered by AMCS use the resources of the internationally renowned Australian Maritime College, and include: Research projects using College facilities and staff expertise in areas such as marine biology and environments, fisheries stock assessments, gear technology, ship hydrodynamics, electronics, navigation, marine and coastal engineering, safety and survival. Consultancy in ship design, port development and feasibility studies of maritime technology. Project-related joint ventures with other training institutions, government authorities, private companies and consulting organisations. Maritime Training Package The University of Tasmania, trading as the Australian Maritime College (AMC), is a registered Training Organisation and has a partnership agreement with AMC Search Ltd. This enables AMC to award Statements of Attainment (subject to students holding a Unique Student Identifier Number) within its scope of registration where short courses administered by AMCS have been deemed equivalent to units of competency with the Maritime Training Package. Unique Student Identifier (USI) In April 2012, the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreed to the implementation of a specially designed tool called the USI to provide students with the ability to obtain a complete record of their VET enrolments and achievements from a single source. The USI initiative has been developed jointly by the Australian and State and Territory governments in consultation with stakeholders. It is supported through Commonwealth legislation, including the Student Identifiers Bill 2014, the Student Identifiers Act 2014, and through a national information Communication Technology (ICT) system. Students have the option to directly apply for a USI ww.usi.gov.au or the RTO upon receiving approval from the student can apply on their behalf. Only students who have provided or been issued with a USI from 1st January 2015 can be issued a qualification or statement of attainment. If students do not have a USI no qualification or statement can be issued. NOTE: USI applies to VET awards only. A USI is not required for the issue of certificates SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME 03

6 GENERAL INFORMATION Course Location Courses are conducted at the Australian Maritime College, Newnham Drive in Launceston Tasmania. Participants are recommended to fly into Launceston Airport. Complimentary car parking is provided on campus in areas designated to AMCS participants and clients. Flexible Delivery Where there is sufficient numbers of participants, many short courses can be conducted on demand, on client premises, interstate and internationally. Please contact the Deputy CEO or Course Administration Manager if you would like to discuss this option further. Course Fees Course fees listed in this programme are inclusive of GST, if applicable. Course Registration Course registrations can be made via or online at The online registration provides a secure online transmission of credit card details. Acknowledgement of registration will be provided by return . Confirmation of registration is provided upon payment of the course fees, and subject to AMCS registration terms. On Campus Accommodation On-campus accommodation is available at Norfolk Hall and can be reserved at registration. All meals are available in the AMC Cafeteria at economical prices Rate: $87 per person per night Registration Terms To secure course registrations payment of 50% of the course fee is required. Cancellations up to 15 working days prior to the scheduled date will be accepted without penalty. Cancellations less than 15 working days will be subject to 100% cancellation fee. AMCS reserves the right to cancel a course if insufficient registrations have been received by seven days from commencement of course. Any fees paid for cancelled courses will be refunded in full. Please ensure flight bookings are made on a fully refundable basis. Quality Assurance AMCS holds AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Certification with Lloyd s Register Quality Assurance SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME

7 COURSES Advanced Liquefied Gas Tanker This course is designed to provide participants with the skills and knowledge required to undertake safe, pollutionfree liquefied gas handling and transportation, and also supervise and train personnel involved in operations procedures. Certificate To be eligible for the issue of an certificate, candidates must possess: Prerequisite: - Australian issued Advanced Fire Prevention Certificate and a Australian issued Gas Tanker Familiarisation Certificate; or - A Certificate of Competency which is, or has been, Gas Tanker Safety endorsed. Course Dates: July 2015* and onsite. 4 days Course Fee: $2,000 *Limited places available on this course Advanced Oil and Chemical Tanker The aim of this course is to provide participants with the skills and knowledge required to safely handle, load, carry and discharge chemical tanker cargoes and the supervision and training of personnel involved in operation procedures. Certificate To be eligible for the issue of an certificate, candidates must possess either a: Prerequisite: - Australian issued Oil and Chemical Tanker Familiarisation certificate, Basic First Aid Certificate (including CPR) and Basic Fire Fighting Certificate; or - A Certificate of Competency which is, or has been, Oil or Chemical Tanker Safety endorsed. Course Dates: May October 2015 and onsite. 5 days Course Fee: $2,500 Courses are subject to minimum participant requirements being met 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME 05

8 Bridge Resource Management (BRM) BRM is ideal for deck and engineering officers together with maritime pilots and shore based personnel who have interaction with the shipping environment. The objective is to ensure that sound resource management practices underpin everyday operations. Course Dates: February May August November 2015 and onsite. 3 days Course Fee: $2,000 Bulk Carrier Operations The objective of this course is to provide participants with sufficient knowledge of the correct procedures in the cargo handling operation of a bulk carrier. The aims of the ship s officers, the stevedores and the cargo owners are the same, to get the cargo in or out of the ship in the quickest possible time, but there the similarity ends. This course provides participants with an understanding of the operational requirements of a bulk carrier during its brief port call and how to avoid delays through good communications with the vessel. Course Dates: Course Fee: This course is scheduled on demand and can be conducted onsite. 2 days Dependent upon venue SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME

9 Certificate of Competency (CoC) Master, Deck and Engineer Officers Refresher The CoC Refresher course is designed for holders of an AMSA issued Certificates of Competency (Master, Deck and Engineer Officers) and meets the mandatory Sea Survival and Fire Fighting continued competency requirements for current Seafarers with qualifying sea service. Covering the relevant refresher competencies from the STCW short courses, Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than Fast Rescue Boats (CPSC) and Advanced Fire Fighting. Course Dates: January August February August February September February September April October May October May October June October June November July November August December August December days Course Fee: $1,690 Courses are subject to minimum participant requirements being met 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME 07

10 Certificate of Competency (CoC) Master, Deck and Engineer Officer Revalidation The Certificate of Competency (CoC) revalidation course is designed for Masters, Deck and Engineer Officers who do not hold the qualifying sea service and therefore need to undertake the full Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than Fast Rescue Boats (CPSC), Advanced Fire Fighting and Security Awareness Training (SAT) courses in order to demonstrate continued competence. The course is designed in three parts, A, B and C. Part A is common to Masters/Deck and Engineer Officers, Part B is solely for Masters/Deck Officers and Part C for Engineer Officers. Part C is not offered by AMCS. CoC REVALIDATION - PART A (including Advanced Fire, CPSC and SAT*) Entry Prerequisite: Please note the prerequisite is for entry onto the course: Certificates of Competency (Master, Deck and Engineer Officers) Course Dates: 27 Jan - 10 Feb Jul - 07 Aug May Aug - 11 Sep June Nov days Course Fee: $5,650 *Optional CoC REVALIDATION - PART A (excluding Advanced Fire, CPSC and SAT) Course Dates: February July May Aug - 02 Sep Jun Nov days Course Fee: $1,250 CoC REVALIDATION - PART B Course Dates: 27 April - 01 May September June - 02 July November August days Course Fee: $2, SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME

11 Certificates of Proficiency (CoP) Rating Refresher The CoP Rating refresher course is designed for holders of an AMSA Certificates of Proficiency as Rating (Integrated Rating, Able Seaman, Deck Rating or Engine Room Rating) and meets the mandatory Sea Survival and Fire Fighting continued competency requirements for current Seafarers with qualifying sea service. The course covers the relevant refresher competencies from the STCW short courses Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting and Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than Fast Rescue Boats. Course Dates: January April June August September November days Course Fee: $1,485 Certificates of Proficiency (CoP) Rating Revalidation The CoP Rating revalidation course is designed for Seafarers who do not hold the qualifying sea service and therefore need to undertake the full STCW short courses in Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting and Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than Fast Rescue Boats in order to demonstrate continued competence. Course Dates: Scheduled on demand 9 days Course Fee: $3,550 Courses are subject to minimum participant requirements being met 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME 09

12 Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft (CPSC) This course is designed to provide participants with the skills and knowledge required to perform survival craft operations as required during shipboard emergency response situations. Entry Prerequisite: AMSA issued Certificate of Safety Training or equivalent (assessed on an individual basis). Course Dates: February August February August May September June October June November June days Course Fee: $2,050 Certificate of Safety Training (CoST) An AMSA issued Certificate of Safety Training is the mandatory minimum requirement in order to serve on board vessels in international waters. The Certificate of Safety Training consists of the following short courses: Elementary First Aid (EFA) - 2 days Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting (FPFF) - 3 days Personal Survival Techniques (PST) - 2 days Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities (PSSR) 2 days Security Awareness Training (SAT) - 1 day Prerequisite: Nil Course Dates: February August April Sep - 4 Oct May - 4 Jun November July December days Course Fee: $2, SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME

13 Certificates of Safety Training (CoST) Refresher The CoST refresher course is designed for holders of an AMSA issued Certificate of Safety Training and meets the mandatory Sea Survival and Fire Fighting continued competency requirements for current Seafarers with qualifying sea service. The course covers the relevant refresher competencies from the STCW short courses Personal Survival Techniques and Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting. Course Dates: January April June August September November hours, conducted over 2 days Course Fee: $1,100 Certificates of Safety Training (CoST) Revalidation The CoST revalidation course is designed for holders of an AMSA issued Certificate of Safety Training who do not hold the qualifying sea service and therefore need to undertake the full STCW short courses in Personal Survival Techniques and Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting in order to demonstrate continued competence. Course Dates: Scheduled on demand 5 days Course Fee: $2,450 Courses are subject to minimum participant requirements being met 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME 11

14 Chief Integrated Ratings (CIR) Refresher The CIR refresher course is designed for holders of an AMSA issued Chief Integrated Rating Certificate and meets the mandatory Sea Survival and Fire Fighting continued competency requirements for current Seafarers with qualifying sea service. The course covers the relevant refresher competencies from the STCW short courses, Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than Fast Rescue Boats (CPSC) and Advanced Fire Fighting. Course Dates: January August February August February September February September April October May October May October June October June November July November August December August December days Course Fee: $1,690 Chief Integrated Ratings (CIR) Revalidation The CIR revalidation course is designed for holders of an AMSA issued Chief Integrated Rating Certificate who do not hold the qualifying sea service and therefore need to undertake the full STCW short courses in Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than Fast Rescue Boats (CPSC) and Advanced Fire Fighting in order to demonstrate continued competence. Course Dates: 27 Jan 06 Feb June Feb 06 Mar Jun 2 Jul May August May 05 Jun October days Course Fee: $3, SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME

15 Chief Integrated Ratings The Chief Integrated Rating course is as meeting the requirements of Marine Orders, Part 73. The course incorporates an Advanced Fire Fighting Course, and successful participants are issued Chief Integrated Ratings and Advanced Fire Fighting Certificates. Entry Prerequisite: Please note the following pre-requisite is for entry onto the course and evidence must be provided at enrolment point of the following: - AMSA issued Integrated Rating Certificate of Proficiency. Course Dates: March August days Course Fee: $4,048 Crisis Management Crisis Management and Human Behaviour and Passenger Safety, Cargo Safety & Hull Integrity training provides participants with the skills to organise the safe movement of vehicles and passengers when embarking and disembarking, control all elements of cargo safety and hull integrity, monitor and control atmosphere in ro-ro cargo spaces, organise shipboard emergency procedures, optimise use of resources, control response to emergencies, control passengers and other personnel during emergency situations and establish and maintain effective communications. This course covers minimum standard of competence for: masters, chief mates, chief engineers, second engineer officers and any other person assigned immediate responsibility for embarking and disembarking passengers, for loading, discharging or security cargo, or for closing hull openings and any other personal having responsibility for the safety of passengers in emergency situations. Course Dates: Course Fee: This course is scheduled on demand and can be conducted onsite. 2 days Dependent upon venue Courses are subject to minimum participant requirements being met 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME 13

16 Crowd Management Crowd Management Training and Safety Training for personnel providing direct service to passengers in passenger spaces provides participants with the skills to be able to control a crowd in an emergency situation on board, locate essential safety and emergency equipment on board, communicate effectively with passengers during an emergency, demonstrate the use of personal life-saving appliances and comply with the ship s safety and emergency procedures. This course meets the mandatory minimum requirements for the training of masters, officers, ratings and other personnel on ro-ro passenger ships and on passenger ships other than ro-ro passenger ships. Course Dates: Meeting the requirements of STCW78, as amended This course is scheduled on demand and can be conducted onsite. 1 day or 7 hours online Course Fee: Online: $360 On-campus: $500 On-site: Dependent upon venue Dockmaster Comprehensive A comprehensive course covering all aspects of dockmaster training. The course is usually delivered at the dock site, and can be tailored to cover specific aspects relating to the functions and characteristics of that particular dock. Course Dates: Course Fee: This course is scheduled on demand and can be conducted onsite. 5 days Dependent upon venue Dockmaster Refresher Refresher training designed to provide participants with the training required for the safe docking and undocking of commercial vessels into and out of dry docks (i.e. graving docks, floating docks, slip ways and synchrolifts). The course is usually delivered at the dock site, and can be tailored to cover specific aspects relating to the functions and characteristics of that particular dock Course Dates: Course Fee: This course is scheduled on demand and can be conducted onsite. 2 days Dependent upon venue SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME

17 Dynamic Positioning (DP) Basic (Induction) To provide the basic theoretical and practical knowledge in accordance with phase one of the Nautical Institute DPO training scheme. Entry Prerequisite: Participants must hold a Certificate of Competency minimum qualification: - STCW Regulation II/1 II/2 II/3 Deck; or - STCW Regulation III/1 III /2 III/3 Engine Nautical Institute approved Course Dates: Perth, WA Launceston, TAS February January April March May Apr 1 May June June August July 1 Aug October Sep 2 Oct November Nov 4 Dec days Course Fee: $3,850 On successful completion of the Induction/Basic course the prospective Dynamic Positioning Operator will be issued with a Nautical Institute s Dynamic Positioning Operator s logbook, which is included in the course fee. Dynamic Positioning (DP) Advanced (Simulator) The course involves principally simulated DP operations including errors, faults and failures giving the participants the opportunity to apply the lessons learnt in both the Induction/Basic course and the seagoing DP familiarisation. Entry Prerequisite: Participants must hold the following: 1. DP Basic (Induction) Certificate issued by a Nautical Institute approved training provider; and 2. Certificate of Competency minimum qualification: - STCW Regulation II/1 II/2 II/3 Deck; or - STCW Regulation III/1 III /2 III/3 Engine Nautical Institute approved Course Dates: Perth, WA Launceston, TAS March January April March Jun 3 Jul November days Course Fee: $4,200 Courses are subject to minimum participant requirements being met 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME 15

18 Dynamic Positioning (DP) Technical DP Technical (Engineer DP Familiarisation And Watchkeeping) is tailored to suit DP technical staff (Engineers and Electricians) currently working, or seeking to work on dynamically positioned vessels. The course combines technical detail with practical applications for operational experience. The course focuses on the complete DP system and its subcomponents; basic troubleshooting, maintenance routines, common failure modes and effects; as well as operational and watchkeeping requirements. Course Dates: Perth, WA Launceston, TAS Scheduled on demand May days Course Fee: $3,950 Dynamic Positioning (DP) Familiarisation/Awareness Familiarisation The course is tailored to suit project staff employed in offshore project design and installation engineering, as well as offshore supervisory roles. Roles that would benefit from the course include, but are not limited to: Field Engineers Project Managers Offshore Construction Managers Dive Supervisors ROV Supervisors Project Shift (Bridge) Supervisors Awareness This course is tailored to suit management staff of offshore construction contractors, DP vessel owners/operators, manning agents, oil field operators or other companies that own operate or utilise the services of DP equipped vessels. Roles that would benefit from the course include, but are not limited to: Operations Managers HSE Managers Company Site Representatives/Client Representatives Marine Managers Project Managers Vessel Managers and Technical Superintendents Course Dates: Scheduled on demand 2 days Course Fee: $2, SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME

19 ECDIS (including Type Specific Training) The Electronic Chart Display Information System (ECDIS) course has been developed to provide the knowledge, skill and understanding of ECDIS and electronic charts to the thorough extent needed to safely navigate vessels whose primary means of navigation is ECDIS. Type Specific Candidates choose type specific training to undertake the ECDIS course. Upon successful completion, participants will be issued: Generic ECDIS Certificate () Kongsberg or Transas Type Specific Course Dates: February July March August April October days Course Fee: $3,850 Elementary First Aid This course covers all the critical, basic first aid and is a practically orientated program. It will equip participants with the skills and knowledge to provide first response, life support and management of casualties and the incident until medical aid arrives. This course is one of the components required to obtain an AMSA issued Certificate of Safety Training, which is the mandatory minimum requirement in order to serve on board vessels in international waters. Course Dates: February August April October May - 01 Jun November July December days Course Fee: $410 Courses are subject to minimum participant requirements being met 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME 17

20 Fast Rescue Boat Operator s Course (FRB) This course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to safely operate a Fast Rescue Boat (FRB) and handle a casualty in a FRB. The course will be delivered by classroom theory sessions followed immediately by practical hands-on training sessions. Entry Prerequisite: AMSA issued Certificates of Proficiency as Rating or Certificate of Competency; or Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft and Basic First Aid Certificate (including resuscitation techniques) attained in the past two years, from a nationally recognised provider. Course Dates: March August April September May October June November July December 2015 and on-board. 3 days Course Fee: $2,500 Fast Rescue Boat Renewal The Fast Rescue Boat Renewal course is designed to meet the requirements to renew an existing Fast Rescue Boat endorsement on a Certificate of Competency. Course Dates: 16 April June August September 2015 and on-board. 1 day Course Fee: $1, SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME

21 Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting The purpose of this course is to train participants in the operation of fire fighting equipment and to make them aware of the fire fighting arrangements and the actions to be taken in the event of a fire on board ship. This course is one of the components required to obtain an AMSA issued Certificate of Safety Training, which is the mandatory minimum requirement in order to serve on board vessels in international waters. Course Dates: April September June November July December August days Course Fee: $1,500 Fire Fighting - Advanced The purpose of this course is to provide participants with the skills and knowledge required to respond effectively as a key member of the on board command fire fighting team and manage shipboard fire prevention, coordinate tactical fire fighting and use and maintain fire fighting and fire detection equipment carried on merchant ships. Entry prerequisite: A Basic Fire Fighting Certificate (issued by an training provider); or An overseas STCW Advanced Fire Fighting Certificate. Course Dates: January Jul - 02 Aug March August May September May October June November Jun - 02 Jul days Course Fee: $1,850 Courses are subject to minimum participant requirements being met 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME 19

22 GMDSS Communications Successful participants will be entitled to apply for an AMSA GMDSS General Operator s Certificate (GOC). A well-equipped live GMDSS laboratory is provided. Course Dates: 06 Mar - 20 March 2015* 19 May - 01 Jun 2015* August 2015* October 2015* 10 days Course Fee: $2,850 *Limited places available GMDSS Renewal This course is designed for holders of an AMSA issued GMDSS Certificate that do not meet the sea time requirements for revalidation of their certificate. Please note, GMDSS Renewal must be completed within the previous 12 months preceding the application for revalidation. Course Dates: February May June July August November days Course Fee: $1, SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME

23 High-Speed Navigation This course is designed to introduce participants to the high-speed environment. The course highlights the need for a professional approach to watchkeeping at high-speed and the ability to operate within a team environment. This course meets the requirements the High Speed Craft Code, Chapter 18. Certificate Prerequisite: Course Dates: To be eligible for the issue of an certificate, candidates must possess a valid Certificate of Competency as Master Class 4 as a minimum requirement, or an appropriate marine qualification for high-speed craft. Scheduled on demand 3 days Course Fee: $3,600 LNG Terminal Mooring Operations (Shore Crew) This course has been designed to provide Shore crew with an understanding of Mooring Operations at an LNG terminal. Course Dates: Course Fee: This course is scheduled on demand and can be conducted onsite. 2 days Dependent upon venue Maritime Human Factors for Design and Operations A comprehensive course for people working in the maritime industry who want a sound knowledge of how to apply human factors in the maritime industry, to understand human capabilities and limitations and how this affects human performance and well-being. The course is focused on people in operational roles, regulators, naval architects and designers of marine equipment and systems. Course Dates: February days Course Fee: $2,805 Courses are subject to minimum participant requirements being met 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME 21

24 Medical Care on Board Ship Theoretical and practical training in the treatment of the sick and injured on board ship. Use of Medical Guide (radio medical advice) and equipment carried by merchant ships. Ambulance service and attendance at the Casualty Department of a hospital is arranged, participants should plan on attending the practical sessions on the Saturday and Sunday immediately following course completion. Certificate Prerequisite: Course Dates: To be eligible for the issue of an certificate, candidates must possess: Medical First Aid on board Ship (issued by an training provider). Schedule on demand 7 days (including hospital practical sessions) Course Fee: $2,050 *Limited places available Medical First Aid on Board Ship This course is designed to provide participants with the skills and knowledge required to react appropriately in an emergency situation where a casualty has been injured at sea or is acutely ill, and to use those items of first aid equipment found in the ship s medical outfit which are not included in the standard first aid kit. Course Dates: January 2015* 29 Sep - 02 Oct 2015* April 2015* 30 Nov - 03 Dec 2015* June 2015* December 2015* September 2015* December 2015* September 2015* 4 days Course Fee: $1,500 *Limited places available on this course SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME

25 Of Ships and Shipping The course is designed to provide participants with an overview of all aspects of shipping from the ships themselves to ownership, flags and the regulatory regime. The course is tailored to meet specific client requirements, and can be delivered on-site, interstate or internationally. Course Dates: Course Fee: Scheduled on demand and onsite. 1 day Dependent upon venue Offshore Mooring Operations (Catering Staff) This course has been designed to allow a member of the Catering Staff to assist in mooring operations in the offshore industry. The course is designed for operations on offshore vessels only. Course Dates: Course Fee: This course is scheduled on demand and can be conducted onsite. 3 days Dependent upon venue Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities This course is one of the components required to obtain an AMSA issued Certificate of Safety Training, which is the mandatory minimum requirement in order to serve on board vessels in international waters. Prerequisite: Nil Course Dates: February August April September May November July December days Course Fee: $950 Courses are subject to minimum participant requirements being met 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME 23

26 Personal Survival Techniques This course is one of the components required to obtain an AMSA issued Certificate of Safety Training, which is the mandatory minimum requirement in order to serve on board vessels in international waters. Prerequisite: Nil Course Dates: February August April Sep - 1 Oct May November July December days Course Fee: $950 Safe Bulk Loading Practice Certificate in Safety Bulk Loading Practice meets the training requirements of the IMO Code of Practice for the Safe Loading and Unloading of Bulk Carriers and has the approval of the AMSA. The course is designed for terminal supervisors, representatives and line managers as well as ship loaders and other operational staff from related organisations. Delivery Options Option 1: Offered in 2 parts, Self-paced study by Distance Education with assignment, followed by a 2-day on-site workshop. Option 2: Conducted on-site over 3 days incorporating the assignment and workshop. Course Dates: Course Fee: This course is scheduled on demand and can be conducted onsite. Dependent upon venue SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME

27 Security Awareness Training It is mandatory for all AMSA certificate holders to hold a Security Awareness Endorsement. Course Dates: 09 February April May July August October November December 2015 and onsite. 1 day or 7 hours online Course Fee: On-campus: $500 Online: $360 Security Officer AMC Search offers an inclusive course which incorporates the training requirements for all Security roles within its Australian Maritime Security Course. This course meets the requirements of the ISPS Code, SOLAS Amendments 2003, and the Australian Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Security Regulations The Australian Maritime Security Course offers participants the choice of the following short courses: Ship Security Officer (SSO) Designated Security Officer (DSO) Port/Port Facility Security Officer (P/PFSO) Company Security Officer (CSO) Head Security Officer (HSO) Offshore Facility Security Officer (OFSO) Case studies and course assessments for their nominated role must be successfully completed in order for participants to be eligible for the issue of an AMC Certificate in their nominated Security role. Please note: It is not possible to qualify for more than one role on the Australian Maritime Security course. SSO: DSO: AMSA recognised Course Dates: March September May December July 2015 and onsite. 3 days Course Fee: $2,400 Courses are subject to minimum participant requirements being met 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME 25

28 Ship Planners This course has been designed to provide the Ship Planner, both the Terminal and Line Planner with the theoretical and practical knowledge required to plan the cargo stowage on a container vessel. This course provides both the experienced and not so experienced ship planner with the industry background and knowledge to efficiently carry out their duties. Course Dates: July 2015 and onsite. 4 days (participants without sea-going or terminal operations experience) 2.5 days (participants with experience) Course Fee: 4 days - $2, days - $2,100 Stability: Ballast Class B This course is designed for participants involved in Ballast Control Operations and who need to progress to the Ballast Control Simulator course (Part A). The course complies with the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC)/Nautical Institute (NI) guidelines for the training of Ballast Control Operators on Mobile Offshore Units. Certificate To be eligible for the issue of an International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC)/Nautical Prerequisite: Institute (NI) approved certificate, candidates must possess either a: - Qualifications to STCW78, as amended, Officer of the Watch or higher; or - AMCS Stability 1 distance education Compliance: IADC/NI approved meeting the requirements of IMO Resolution A.891 (21). Approved by the Director-General, Consular de Naves, Republic of Panama Course Dates: March September days Course Fee: $4, SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME

29 Stability by Distance: Basic Basic Knowledge and Principles of a Ship s Stability - Course 1 is to provide the very necessary basic understanding of a ship s stability. This course covers the law of floatation, load lines, basic transverse stability, small angles of list, free surface effect, causes and correction of a negative stability and an introduction to the curve of righting levers as well as an introduction to longitudinal stability. Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of at least year 10 The course must be completed within 1 year of the commencement date Course Fee: $1,290 Stability by Distance: Advanced Advanced Application of a Ship s Stability And Dynamics - Course 2 is designed to teach the practical knowledge and application of a ship s stability. Knowledge of a ship s stability is not a process of memorising and blindly applying formula, but of understanding the principle behind the formula and the process of what is actually happening to the vessel s righting and trimming levers as the vessel changes the distribution of weight or buoyancy within its hull. Prerequisite: Stability 2 has a pre-requisite of successful completion of Stability 1, or a Certificate of Competency as Deck Watchkeeper or Mate/Master <500GT or equivalent, as a minimum. The course must be completed within 1 year of the commencement date Course Fee: $1,490 Steering Certificate A course of training which includes instruction and practical training in steering principles and procedures that complies with Marine Order 71, Section 4 and/or Marine Order 73, Section 4. Prerequisite: Course Dates: AMSA recognised Certificate of Safety Training Conducted on demand The duration and course fees are determined by the number of participants. Courses are subject to minimum participant requirements being met 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME 27

30 Stevedoring and Terminal Operation Operational and Commercial Aspects of Stevedoring and Terminal Operation is aimed at upgrading skills and knowledge of shore-based supervisory staff and shipping officers in ship and cargo operations. The course can be adapted for shore-based staff dealing with different types of dry bulk or container/general cargoes. An overview of the operational, commercial and legal issues pertaining to the movement of cargo, shipping arrangements, charter parties and ship loading considerations such as stability and hull stress, load planning and ballast management control is provided. In addition, the relevant sections of IMO Conventions and Codes of Safe Practice are discussed together with cargo claims, casualties and consequences. Course Dates: March December 2015 and onsite. 3 days Course Fee: $1,450 Tanker Familiarisation This course is designed to provide training for officers and ratings assigned specific duties and responsibilities relating to tankers. Certificate To be eligible for the issue of an certificate, candidates must possess either a: Prerequisite: - Basic Fire Fighting certificate; or - Overseas STCW Advanced Fire Fighting Course Dates: February 2015* June 2015* November 2015* 30 Nov - 1 Dec 2015* and onsite. 2 days Course Fee: $1,640 *Limited places available on this course SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME

31 Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) Basic Operator (V-103/1) This course meets the requirements of IALA VTS Basic Operator V-103/1. In order to meet the IALA specified learning outcomes, within the nominated course duration, the course will have a significant Recognition of Prior Learning process, detailed in the course information online. Prerequisite: 1. Working at a VTS Centre for a continuous period of not less than 12 months. 2. Hold a minimum level of Master <24m NC (or Master Class 5, Skipper Grade 3); or undertake the VTS Basic Pre-Assessment Workshop 3. Letter from a VTS Authority attesting to: a. Fluency in the English language; and b. Successful participation an emergency exercise during the past 12 months. IALA approved meeting the requirements IALA Model Course V-103/1. Course Dates: June November 2015 Course Fee: 10 days $6,765Ve Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) Basic Pre-Assessment Workshop This workshop is designed to meet V-103/1 prerequisite (2) requirement for candidates who do not hold a minimum level of Master <24m NC (or Master Class 5, Skipper Grade 3). Candidates are required to complete workbooks prior attending the workshop. A minimum of four weeks should be allowed for completion of the workbooks. Prerequisite: Nil Course Dates: May Oct 01 Nov days Course Fee: $2,000 Courses are subject to minimum participant requirements being met 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME 29

32 Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) Local Port Services Training This course is designed for those ports and others in which some or all communications staff responsible for ship/ shore communications do not require full Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) certification, but still require a basic ship/ shore communications training program in order to carry out delegated safety and commercial mandates of the Harbour Master. Prerequisite: Course Dates: A nationally endorsed Restricted Radio Operator Certificate. A basic knowledge of ports and shipping would benefit the participant. On demand 5 days Course Fee: $3,900 Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) On the Job Instructor (V-103/4) This course prepares participants in the theories and skills of on-job-instruction (OJI) with particular focus on coaching, communication and evaluation. This course is suitable for Harbour Masters, Assistant Harbour Masters, VTS Supervisors and VTS Operators V-103 or V-103/2. Prerequisite: Candidates nominated by a VTS authority. IALA approved meeting the requirements IALA Model Course V-103/4. Course Dates: October days Course Fee: $3, SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME

33 Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) Supervisor (V-103/2) This course meets the requirements of IALA Model Course V-103/2 and covers the knowledge and practical competencies required in order to meet the requirements of IALA VTS Supervisor. Prerequisite: An IALA approved V-103/1 Vessel Traffic Services Basic Training Certificate. IALA approved meeting the requirements IALA Model Course V-103/2. Course Dates: May days Course Fee: $6,950 Watch Rating Navigation and Engine Room (TAGS program) To become qualified to perform duties as part of a watch, either navigational or engine room, seafarers will need to undertake a Training and Guidance Study (TAGS) workbook of the appropriate discipline. The TAGS workbook is completed entirely on the job, and includes a guide for both trainees and trainers. The Forming Part of a Watch endorsement is linked to the Seafarer s Certificate of Safety Training and issued under Marine Order 70 (Seafarer certification) 2014 and Marine Order 73 (Ratings) Seafarers requiring the endorsement to form part of a navigational watch must also hold a Steering Certificate. The Steering Certificate can be obtained by either: a) Completing 10 hours steering a vessel of at least 500GT. The certificate is signed by the master and forms part of the TAGS workbook; or b) Undertaking a Steering Certificate course by an training provider., meeting the requirements of STCW Reg II/4 and STCW Reg III/4 Course Fee: $528 Courses are subject to minimum participant requirements being met 2015 SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME 31

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