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1 MAR10113 Certificate I in Maritime Operations (General Purpose Hand) Modification History Version Release 1 Comments This is the first release of this qualification in the MAR13 Maritime Training Package. Description This qualification is suitable for people working in entry level positions in the maritime industry as deckhands or general purpose hands. Pathways Information Pathways into the qualification Not applicable Pathways from the qualification MAR20213 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain) Licensing/Regulatory Information This qualification is currently cited as meeting some of the requirements for certification as a General Purpose Hand as described in Part D of the National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV) by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). Certification will require achievement of the MAR10113 Certificate I in Maritime Operations (General Purpose Hand) and other requirements; people seeking certification should check the requirements with AMSA. Packaging Rules Total number of units = 8 units 8 core units Core Units Field B Equipment Checking and Maintenance MARB1001A Assist with routine maintenance of a vessel F Operational Quality and Safety MARF1001A Apply basic survival skills in the event of vessel abandonment MARF1002A Follow procedures to minimise and fight fires on board a vessel MARF1005A MARF1006A Meet work health and safety requirements Survive at sea using survival craft G Teamwork MARG1001A Work effectively as part of a crew on a vessel up to 80 metres N Seamanship MARN1001A Apply general purpose hand skills aboard a MAR10113 Certificate I in Maritime Operations (General Purpose Hand ) Dec2012 Page 1

2 vessel O Watchkeeping MARO1001A Perform basic lookout duties Employability Skills Qualification Summary The following table contains a summary of the employability skills as identified by the maritime industry for this qualification. This table should be interpreted in conjunction with the detailed requirements of each unit of competency packaged in this qualification. The outcomes described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on packaging options. Employability Skill Communication Teamwork Problem-solving Initiative and enterprise Planning and organising Selfmanagement Learning Technology Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include: Communicate effectively with other personnel and passengers during simulated and actual abandon vessel musters and emergencies Complete workplace forms Follow simple spoken instructions Assist others to maximise their chances of survival Request advice, receive feedback and work with others Barricade work area or provide warning signs, as appropriate, to reduce risk to self and other crew members Apply problem solving skills to investigate and identify causes of WHS/OHS incidents Demonstrate safe and environmentally responsible work practices Take action promptly to address problems that may arise when following vessel abandonment procedures Provide ideas to control the level of risk associated with work tasks Monitor and anticipate hazards and risks that may arise during lookout duties Use effective questioning to seek assistance from other crew when difficulties arise in achieving allocated tasks Plan work tasks Select and use correct tools and equipment for the cleaning or maintenance task Select and use suitable personal protective clothing according to WHS/OHS requirements Maintain housekeeping standards in work area Ration water and food Respond to instructions promptly Participate in abandon vessel drills Participate in training, musters and emergency drills Undertake participation in fire drills and musters to ensure readiness for fire emergencies Monitor VHF equipment MAR10113 Certificate I in Maritime Operations (General Purpose Hand ) Dec2012 Page 2

3 Operate deck machinery and emergency stops Operate radio equipment MAR10113 Certificate I in Maritime Operations (General Purpose Hand ) Dec2012 Page 3

4 MAR10213 Certificate I in Maritime Operations (Linesperson) Modification History Version Release 1 Comments This is the first release of this qualification in the MAR13 Maritime Training Package. This qualification replaces TDM10207 Certificate I in Transport Distribution (Maritime Operations Shore-Based Linesperson). Description This qualification is suitable for people working in entry level positions in the maritime industry as a linesperson. Pathways Information Pathways into the qualification Not applicable Pathways from the qualification Not applicable Licensing/Regulatory Information Not Applicable Packaging Rules Total number of units = 7 units 7 core units Core Units Field C Equipment Operations MARC1001A Carry out shore-based mooring and untying operations E Communication MARE1001A Communicate during shore-based mooring and untying operations F Operational Quality and Safety MARF1003A MARF1004A Follow vessel security procedures Follow work health and safety, and emergency procedures during shorebased mooring operations Imported BSBWOR301A Organise personal work priorities and development HLTFA311A TLID1001A Apply first aid Shift materials safely using manual handling methods MAR10213 Certificate I in Maritime Operations (Linesperson) Jan2013 Page 1

5 Employability Skills Qualification Summary The following table contains a summary of the employability skills as identified by the maritime industry for this qualification. This table should be interpreted in conjunction with the detailed requirements of each unit of competency packaged in this qualification. The outcomes described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on packaging options. Employability Skill Communication Teamwork Problem-solving Initiative and enterprise Planning and organising Self-management Learning Technology Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include: Communicate effectively with others when mooring and untying a vessel Record and report safety incidents and emergencies Use appropriate methods to communicate with foreign crews on vessels Make vessel crew aware of planned heaving line return operations Promptly and clearly communicate any safety concerns to pilot prior to and during, mooring and untying operations Work effectively as a member of a mooring and untying team Promptly report and/or rectify any identified problems that may arise when manually lifting and handling materials and goods in accordance with regulatory requirements and workplace procedures Recognise problems that may occur when communicating with others during mooring and untying operations and take appropriate action to report and resolve them Solve routine problems Communicate safety concerns to pilot of vessel with due care not to interfere with tug and vessel communications Recognise potential security threats Report, rectify or replace faulty communication equipment Identify factors affecting the achievement of work objectives and incorporate contingencies into work plans Organise work priorities according to work goals and objectives Take precautions to ensure all personnel are well clear of vicinity of gangway Monitor own work performance Organise and complete own work schedule Recognise own role and responsibilities Access, complete and record professional development opportunities to facilitate continuous learning and career development Identify personal learning and professional development needs and skill gaps using self-assessment and advice from colleagues and clients in relation to role and organisational requirements Incorporate formal and informal feedback into review of further learning needs Check functioning of radios and communication equipment MAR10213 Certificate I in Maritime Operations (Linesperson) Jan2013 Page 2

6 Operate security equipment Prepare communications equipment and set to correct channels MAR10213 Certificate I in Maritime Operations (Linesperson) Jan2013 Page 3

7 MAR20113 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain) Modification History Version Release 1 Comments This is the first release of this qualification in the MAR13 Maritime Training Package. This qualification replaces TDM20307 Certificate II in Transport Distribution (Coastal Maritime Operations Coxswain). Description This qualification is suitable for people who work as a coxswain in the maritime industry and command a commercial marine vessel up to 12 metres in length that operates up to 15 nautical miles out to sea (such as fishing boats, ferries, water taxis, jet boats, yachts, catamarans and tourist craft). People who work as a Coxswain Grade 1 operate: within the inshore waters limit of 15 nautical miles. People who work as a Coxswain Grade 2 operate: in sheltered waters. People who work as a Coxswain Grade 3: operate in smooth waters within port limits. Pathways Information Pathways into the qualification MAR10113 Certificate I in Maritime Operations (General Purpose Hand) Pathways from the qualification MAR13 Coxswain Grade 1 and Grade 2 Skill Set Licensing/Regulatory Information Coxswain Grade 1 and Grade 2 This qualification is currently cited as meeting some of the requirements for certification as a Coxswain Grade 1 and Grade 2 as described in Part D of the National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV) by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). Certification will require achievement of the MAR20113 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain), the Coxswain Grade 1 and Grade 2 Skill Set, sea-service, first aid and appropriate radio certificates; people seeking certification should check the requirements with AMSA. Coxswain Grade 3 This qualification is currently cited as meeting some of the requirements for certification as a Coxswain Grade 3 as described in Part D of the National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV) by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). Certification will require achievement of the MAR20113 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain), sea-service, first aid and appropriate radio certificates; people seeking certification should check the requirements with AMSA. MAR20113 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain) Dec2012 Page 1

8 Packaging Rules Total number of units = 8 units 8 core units Coxswain Grade 3: MARC2005A Operate inboard and outboard motors Coxswain Grade 1 and Grade 2: MARC2006A Operate main propulsion unit and auxiliary systems Core Units Field C Equipment Operations MARC2005A OR Operate inboard and outboard motors MARC2006A Operate main propulsion unit and auxiliary systems F Operational Quality and Safety MARF1001A Apply basic survival skills in the event of vessel abandonment MARF1002A Follow procedures to minimise and fight fires on board a vessel MARF1005A Meet work health and safety requirements I Regulations and Port Operations MARI2001A Comply with regulations to ensure safe operation of a vessel up to 12 metres J Environment MARJ2001A Follow environmental work practices K Manoeuvring MARK2001A Handle a vessel up to 12 metres Vessels N Seamanship MARN2001A Apply seamanship skills aboard a vessel up to 12 metres Employability Skills Qualification Summary The following table contains a summary of the employability skills as identified by the maritime industry for this qualification. This table should be interpreted in conjunction with the detailed requirements of each unit of competency packaged in this qualification. The outcomes described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on packaging options. Employability Skill Communication Teamwork Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include: Communicate details of action to relevant personnel clearly and concisely using standard maritime vocabulary Prepare and keep environmental records Read and interpret company standard operating procedures (SOPs) about operating inboard and outboard engines Recognise risks to fellow workers and other people, and take action to MAR20113 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain) Dec2012 Page 2

9 eliminate or reduce them Render assistance to others in distress Use consultation processes to consult others on WHS/OHS issues Problem-solving Initiative and enterprise Planning and organising Selfmanagement Learning Technology Apply problem solving skills to investigate and identify causes of WHS/OHS incidents Identify and respond to typical emergency situations Identify irregularities and take appropriate action to rectify the situation Make contributions to workplace meetings, inspections and other WHS/OHS activities Provide ideas to control the level of risk associated with work tasks Recognise and report to appropriate personnel/authorities, signs or symptoms of a potential environmental threat Identify and address implications of any changes to the safety management system (SMS) Identify and handle hazardous chemicals according to workplace procedures Review operational procedures to reflect changes in legislation and regulations Demonstrate through own behaviour, commitment to comply with industry and professional codes of practice Identify responsibilities as the person in charge of a vessel Maintain situational awareness to ensure safety of manoeuvres Conduct inductions for crew where applicable Maintain evidence of current authorisation, training and relevant licences according to legislative and regulatory requirements Undertake participation in fire drills and musters to ensure readiness for fire emergencies Operate a fire extinguisher Undertake safety checks on all equipment and machinery before operation according to workplace procedures Use and monitor propulsion equipment to assist in completing manoeuvres safely MAR20113 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain) Dec2012 Page 3

10 MAR20213 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 3) Modification History Version Release 1 Comments This is the first release of this qualification in the MAR13 Maritime Training Package. This qualification replaces TDM20207 Certificate II in Transport Distribution (Marine Engine Driving Grade 3). Description This qualification is suitable for people who work in the maritime industry in charge of operating vessels with a propulsion power up to 500 kw. Pathways Information Pathways into the qualification Nil Pathways from the qualification MAR30213 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 2) MAR30313 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Steam) Licensing/Regulatory Information This qualification is currently cited as meeting some of the requirements for certification as a Marine Engine Driver Grade 3 as described in Part D of the National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV) by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). Certification will require achievement of the MAR20213 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 3) and other requirements; people seeking certification should check with AMSA. Packaging Rules Total number of units = 12 units 12 core units Core Units Field B Equipment Checking and Maintenance C Equipment Operations MARB2001A MARC2001A MARC2002A MARC2003A MARC2004A MARC2007A Perform basic servicing and maintenance of main propulsion unit and auxiliary systems Complete engine room tasks Maintain hull out of water Operate and maintain extra low and low voltage electrical systems and equipment Operate deck machinery Operate marine internal combustion engines, and MAR20213 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 3) Dec2012 Page 1

11 propulsion and auxiliary systems F Operational Quality and Safety MARF1001A Apply basic survival skills in the event of vessel abandonment MARF1002A Follow procedures to minimise and fight fires on board a vessel MARF1005A Meet work health and safety requirements MARF1006A Survive at sea using survival craft J Environment MARJ2001A Follow environmental work practices Imported BSBWOR203A Work effectively with others Employability Skills Qualification Summary The following table contains a summary of the employability skills as identified by the maritime industry for this qualification. This table should be interpreted in conjunction with the detailed requirements of each unit of competency packaged in this qualification. The outcomes described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on packaging options. Employability Skill Communication Teamwork Problem-solving Initiative and enterprise Planning and organising Selfmanagement Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include: Complete relevant log books and service reports Implement appropriate communication skills and techniques during emergency and survival situations Read and interpret manufacturer specifications Develop and sequence work plan in conjunction with others involved in or affected by plan, according to organisational procedures Provide support to team members to ensure workgroup goals are met Request advice, receive feedback and work with a team Identify faults and take appropriate action to rectify them Make suggestions for improved environmental work practices Recognise and repair basic operational faults or organise maintenance assistance Confirm timelines, jobs and work priorities with Master and other relevant authorities, when applicable Provide assistance to preserve fire scene prior to investigation, if appropriate Ration water and food Implement work practices and work instructions relating to potential environmental impacts Plan and sequence tasks in conjunction with others involved in or affected by maintenance work Reorder stock and consumables as required Confirm timelines, jobs and work priorities with Master and other relevant authorities, when applicable MAR20213 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 3) Dec2012 Page 2

12 Identify own responsibilities and duties in relation to workgroup members and undertake activities in a manner that promotes cooperation and good relationships Organise survival equipment to maximise chances of survival Learning Technology Identify and implement regulatory requirements and company procedures for musters and drills Participate in abandon vessel drills Participate in fire drills and musters to ensure readiness for fire emergencies Make distress calls using radio equipment on distress call frequency, if time allows, to communicate the nature of the emergency Operate radio equipment Select and use technology appropriate to a task MAR20213 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 3) Dec2012 Page 3

13 MAR30113 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Integrated Rating) Modification History Version Release 1 Comments This is the first release of this qualification in the MAR13 Maritime Training Package. This qualification replaces TDM30307 Certificate III in Transport Distribution (Maritime Operations Integrated Rating). Description This qualification is suitable for people working in entry level positions in the maritime industry as a general crew member on a ship, carrying out maintenance and lookout duties on decks and in commercial ship engine rooms. Integrated ratings steer a vessel under the direction of the officer of the watch and work in the engine room under the direction of engineering officers. Pathways Information Pathways into the qualification MAR13 Coxswain Grade 1 and Grade 2 Skill Set Pathways from the qualification MAR40113 Certificate IV in Maritime Operations (Chief Integrated Rating) Licensing/Regulatory Information This qualification is currently cited as meeting some of the requirements for certification as an Integrated Rating as described in Marine Orders Part 3: Seagoing Qualifications under the Australian Navigation Act 2012 by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). Certification will require achievement of the MAR30113 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Integrated Rating), sea-service, a valid first aid certificate and completion of a task record book; people seeking certification should check the requirements with AMSA. Packaging Rules Total number of units = 18 units 18 core units Core Units Field A Handling Cargo and Vessel Stability MARA3001A Contribute to safe cargo operations on liquefied gas tankers MARA3002A Contribute to safe cargo operations on oil and chemical tankers B Equipment Checking and Maintenance MARB3002A MARB3003A Perform routine engine maintenance on a vessel Perform routine maintenance and repairs on a vessel MAR30113 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Integrated Rating) Dec2012 Page 1

14 C Equipment Operations MARC3006A Operate deck machinery, cargo handling gear and equipment on a vessel MARC3008A Operate engine equipment and associated propulsion plant F Operational Quality and Safety MARF3001A MARF3002A Assist in an emergency response Observe personal safety and social responsibility MARF3003A Operate emergency equipment and apply emergency procedures MARF3004A Operate survival craft and other lifesaving appliances MARF3005A Prevent and fight fires on board a vessel MARF3006A Survive at sea in the event of vessel abandonment MARF3007A Work safely in confined spaces on a vessel J Environment MARJ2001A Follow environmental work practices K Manoeuvring Vessels MARK3002A Steer a vessel under direction of the Master N Seamanship MARN3002A Use seamanship skills on board a vessel O Watchkeeping MARO3001A Contribute to monitoring and controlling a safe engine watch Employability Skills Qualification Summary MARO3002A Contribute to monitoring and controlling a safe navigational watch The following table contains a summary of the employability skills as identified by the maritime industry for this qualification. This table should be interpreted in conjunction with the detailed requirements of each unit of competency packaged in this qualification. The outcomes described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on packaging options. Employability Skill Communication Teamwork Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include: Complete any required records when performing routine remedial, preventative and survey deck maintenance on a vessel Read and interpret SDS/MSDS Use basic signals to operate equipment including winches, cranes, windlasses and hoists Maintain effective communication with crew during fuelling and transferring operations to ensure the safety and integrity of the vessel and crew Provide instructions to crew and passengers to maximise chances of survival Work safely and collaboratively with others when entering and working in a confined space MAR30113 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Integrated Rating) Dec2012 Page 2

15 Problem-solving Initiative and enterprise Planning and organising Self-management Learning Technology Identify problems that can occur during the operation of engines on vessels Recognise faulty equipment and take appropriate action Recognise unsafe conditions and potential hazards, and assess and report risk according to organisational procedures Follow instructions to monitor engine-room machinery and equipment Make suggestions for improved environmental work practices Select and use relevant tools and equipment Follow required work schedule according to organisational requirements Obtain permission to enter confined space Plan and prepare for work Maintain situational awareness Make distress calls using radio equipment on distress call frequency to communicate nature of emergency Select, prepare and use personal protective equipment and emergency rescue equipment Organise abandon vessel musters and drills Practise realistic drills and musters to ensure pre-incident readiness of response personnel Review musters and drills against objectives Maintain integrity of emergency and distress alerting systems Monitor VHF and communicate information to the Master if appropriate Use portable radio equipment, pyrotechnics and other signalling equipment MAR30113 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Integrated Rating) Dec2012 Page 3

16 MAR30213 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 2) Modification History Version Release 1 Comments This is the first release of this qualification in the MAR13 Maritime Training Package. TDM30207 Certificate III in Transport Distribution (Marine Engine Driving Grade 2). Description This qualification is suitable for people who work in the maritime industry in charge of operating vessels with a propulsion power of up to 750 kw. Pathways Information Pathways into the qualification MAR20213 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 3) Pathways from the qualification MAR40213 Certificate IV in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 1) Licensing/Regulatory Information This qualification is currently cited as meeting some of the requirements for certification as a Marine Engine Driver Grade 2 as described in Part D of the National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV) by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). Certification will require achievement of the MAR30213 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 2) and other requirements; people seeking certification should check with AMSA. Packaging Rules Total number of units = 16 units 16 core units Core Units Field B Equipment Checking and Maintenance C Equipment Operations MARB3006A MARB3007A MARC2001A MARC2002A MARC2003A MARC2004A Maintain marine internal combustion engines, propulsion plant and auxiliary systems Undertake basic maintenance of electrical systems Complete engine room tasks Maintain hull out of water Operate and maintain extra low and low voltage electrical systems and equipment Operate deck machinery MAR30213 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 2) Dec2012 Page 1

17 MARC2007A Operate marine internal combustion engines, and propulsion and auxiliary systems MARC3001A Manage fuel systems MARC3005A Operate and monitor marine internal combustion engines, propulsion plant and auxiliary systems MARC3007A Operate electrical systems F Operational Quality and Safety MARF1001A Apply basic survival skills in the event of vessel abandonment MARF1002A Follow procedures to minimise and fight fires on board a vessel MARF1005A Meet work health and safety requirements MARF1006A Survive at sea using survival craft J Environment MARJ2001A Follow environmental work practices Imported BSBWOR203A Work effectively with others Employability Skills Qualification Summary The following table contains a summary of the employability skills as identified by the maritime industry for this qualification. This table should be interpreted in conjunction with the detailed requirements of each unit of competency packaged in this qualification. The outcomes described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on packaging options. Employability Skill Communication Teamwork Problem-solving Initiative and enterprise Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include: Complete required records Read and interpret manufacturer specifications and safety data sheets (SDS)/material safety data sheets (MSDS) Write simple reports Encourage, acknowledge and act upon constructive feedback provided by others in the workgroup Plan and sequence tasks in conjunction with others involved in or affected by maintenance work Provide support to team members to ensure work group goals are met Make suggestions for improved environmental work practices Recognise risks to fellow workers and other people and take action to eliminate or reduce them Take action promptly to address problems that may arise when following vessel abandonment procedures Provide ideas to control the level of risk associated with work tasks Recognise faulty equipment and take appropriate action Take appropriate action in response to an accidental spillage or safety incident during refuelling and fuel transfer operations MAR30213 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 2) Dec2012 Page 2

18 Planning and organising Selfmanagement Learning Technology Develop work plan and sequence in conjunction with others involved in or affected by plan, according to organisational procedures Monitor and maintain stock levels and consumables at required levels Plan maintenance activities according to technical, legislative, safety and procedural specifications Identify threats to survival and outline treatment options Maintain collaboration and communication with others to support the safety and efficiency of the firefighting operation Make contributions to the review of environmental work practices and policies within limits of own responsibility Participate in training, musters and emergency drills Practise survival techniques Undertake participation in fire drills and musters to ensure readiness for fire emergencies Operate survival radio equipment according to manufacturer instructions and regulatory protocols Regularly check firefighting equipment and take appropriate action to ensure that it is operational Select and use technology appropriate to a task MAR30213 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 2) Dec2012 Page 3

19 MAR30313 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Steam) Modification History Version Release 1 Comments This is the first release of this qualification in the MAR13 Maritime Training Package. Description This qualification is suitable for a Chief Engineer of a vessel that has steam as its main method of propulsion with propulsion power up to 750 kw within the exclusive economic zone (EEZ). Pathways Information Pathways into the qualification MAR20213 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 3) Pathways from the qualification MAR30213 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 2) Licensing/Regulatory Information This qualification is currently cited as meeting some of the requirements for certification as a Marine Engine Driver (Steam) by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). Certification will require achievement of the MAR30313 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Steam) and other requirements; people seeking certification should check with AMSA. Packaging Rules Total number of units = 12 units 12 core units Core Units Field B Equipment Checking and Maintenance C Equipment Operations MARB3001A MARB3007A MARC3001A MARC3002A MARC3003A MARC3004A Maintain firefighting appliances Undertake basic maintenance of electrical systems Manage fuel systems Operate and maintain a boiler Operate and maintain a steam engine up to 750 kw and steam auxiliary equipment Operate and maintain engines for auxiliary systems other than steam auxiliary systems MARC3007A Operate electrical systems F Operational Quality and Safety MARF1001A Apply basic survival skills in the event of vessel abandonment MAR30313 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Steam) Dec2012 Page 1

20 MARF1002A MARF1005A MARF1006A Follow procedures to minimise and fight fires on board a vessel Meet work health and safety requirements Survive at sea using survival craft J Environment MARJ2001A Follow environmental work practices Employability Skills Qualification Summary The following table contains a summary of the employability skills as identified by the maritime industry for this qualification. This table should be interpreted in conjunction with the detailed requirements of each unit of competency packaged in this qualification. The outcomes described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on packaging options. Employability Skill Communication Teamwork Problem-solving Initiative and enterprise Planning and organising Selfmanagement Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include: Complete maintenance report according to workplace procedures Read and interpret system specifications Test means of communication between bridge and engine room Discuss environmental issues and their relationship to work practices with colleagues and appropriate personnel Maintain collaboration and communication with others to support the safety and efficiency of the firefighting operation Recognise and carry out worker/employee responsibilities prescribed in WHS/OHS legislation Apply problem solving skills to investigate and identify causes of WHS/OHS incidents Recognise electrical system faults and where necessary, take steps to make them immediately safe Recognise problems and hazards during refuelling and fuel transfer operations, and take appropriate action Implement contingency plans for emergencies Provide ideas to control the level of risk associated with work tasks Take appropriate action to prevent pollution of marine environment Plan and sequence tasks in conjunction with others involved in or affected by maintenance work Plan maintenance activities Plan timing and sequence of individual survival actions to be appropriate to prevailing circumstances and conditions of emergency, and minimise potential dangers and threats to other survivors Assist others to maximise their chances of survival Collect, manage and interpret information on use of lifesaving equipment Ration water and food MAR30313 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Steam) Dec2012 Page 2

21 Learning Technology Practise survival techniques Participate in abandon vessel drills Participate in training, musters and emergency drills Make distress calls using radio equipment on distress call frequency, if time allows, to communicate the nature of the emergency Operate emergency position indicating radio beacon (EPIRB) to transmit distress signal Operate radio equipment MAR30313 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Steam) Dec2012 Page 3

22 MAR30413 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Master up to 24 metres) Modification History Version Release 1 Comments This is the first release of this qualification in the MAR13 Maritime Training Package. This qualification replaces TDM30407 Certificate III in Transport Distribution (Coastal Maritime Operations Master Class 5). Description This qualification is suitable for people working in the maritime industry as a Master on commercial vessels up to 24 metres in length, within the exclusive economic zone (EEZ). Pathways Information Pathways into the qualification MAR20113 Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain) MAR30513 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Master Inland Waters) Pathways from the qualification MAR40313 Certificate IV in Maritime Operations (Master up to 35 metres) Licensing/Regulatory Information This qualification is currently cited as meeting some of the requirements for certification as a Master Class 5 as described in Part D of the National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV) by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). Certification will require achievement of the MAR30413 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Master up to 24 metres), sea-service, a valid first aid certificate and an appropriate radio qualification; people seeking certification should check the requirements with AMSA. Packaging Rules Total number of units = 14 units 14 core units Core Units Field B Equipment Checking and Maintenance MARB3004A MARB3005A Perform routine maintenance on a vessel up to 24 metres Slip or dock a vessel and maintain hull on a vessel up to 80 metres F Operational Quality and Safety MARF1001A Apply basic survival skills in the event of vessel abandonment MARF1002A Follow procedures to minimise and fight fires on board a vessel MARF1005A Meet work health and safety requirements MAR30413 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Master up to 24 metres) Dec2012 Page 1

23 MARF1006A Survive at sea using survival craft H Navigation MARH3002A Manage and maintain a navigational watch on board vessels up to 80 metres MARH3003A Plan and navigate a passage for a vessel up to 80 metres MARH3004A Use wheelhouse equipment for safe navigation I Regulations and Port Operations MARI3001A Observe regulations to ensure safe operation of a vessel up to 80 metres J Environment MARJ3001A Monitor environmental management on a vessel K Manoeuvring Vessels MARK3001A Manoeuvre a vessel up to 24 metres within near coastal waters N Seamanship MARN3001A Perform seamanship operations on board a vessel up to 24 metres Imported BSBFLM303C Contribute to effective workplace relationships Employability Skills Qualification Summary The following table contains a summary of the employability skills as identified by the maritime industry for this qualification. This table should be interpreted in conjunction with the detailed requirements of each unit of competency packaged in this qualification. The outcomes described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on packaging options. Employability Skill Communication Teamwork Problem-solving Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include: Communicate effectively with others about watchkeeping issues, arrangements and requirements Complete required records when performing routine remedial, preventative and survey deck maintenance on a vessel Read and interpret instructions on emergency procedures, safety management systems and plans, and use of lifesaving and survival equipment Facilitate consultation processes to allow employees to contribute to issues related to their work, and promptly communicate outcomes of consultation to the work team Supervise crew in completing maintenance tasks Support others to follow environmental management procedures Identify and solve problems that may arise during watchkeeping duties Identify and solve problems to do with the implementation of regulations relating to the operations, security and maintenance of a vessel up to 80 metres Recognise routine problems when performing routine remedial, preventative and survey deck maintenance on a vessel MAR30413 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Master up to 24 metres) Dec2012 Page 2

24 Initiative and enterprise Planning and organising Selfmanagement Learning Technology Follow required work schedule according to organisational requirements Identify and raise opportunities for improving environmental performance with appropriate personnel Provide information relevant for the debrief of a fire incident Organise workload in order of priority, taking into consideration all listed work including survey work Plan maintenance tasks Prepare listed work plan to rectify all identified faults Adjust interpersonal styles and methods in relation to the organisation's social and cultural environment Maintain situational awareness to ensure safe manoeuvres Monitor personal behaviour to ensure it is consistent with environmental management procedures Participate in abandon vessel drills Practise survival techniques Provide training, inductions and briefings to crew and passengers Check wheelhouse equipment for errors and make allowances in planning passage Operate radio equipment Use and monitor propulsion equipment to assist in completing manoeuvres safely MAR30413 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Master up to 24 metres) Dec2012 Page 3

25 MAR30513 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Master Inland Waters) Modification History Version Release 1 Comments This is the first release of this qualification in the MAR13 Maritime Training Package. Description This qualification is suitable for people working in the maritime industry as a Master Inland Waters. Pathways Information Pathways into the qualification MAR13 Coxswain Grade 1 and Grade 2 Skill Set Pathways from the qualification MAR30413 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Master up to 24 metres) Licensing/Regulatory Information This qualification is currently cited as meeting some of the requirements for certification as a Master of a commercial vessel up to 24 metres operating in inland waters by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). Certification will require achievement of the MAR30513 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Master Inland Waters), sea-service, first aid and appropriate radio certificates; people seeking certification should check with AMSA. Packaging Rules Total number of units = 12 units 12 core units Core Units Field B Equipment Checking and Maintenance MARB3004A MARB3005A Perform routine maintenance on a vessel up to 24 metres Slip or dock a vessel and maintain hull on a vessel up to 80 metres F Operational Quality and Safety MARF1001A Apply basic survival skills in the event of vessel abandonment MARF1002A Follow procedures to minimise and fight fires on board a vessel MARF1005A Meet work health and safety requirements H Navigation MARH3001A Apply weather information when navigating inland waters as Master MAR30513 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Master Inland Waters) Dec2012 Page 1

26 MARH3002A Manage and maintain a navigational watch on board vessels up to 80 metres I Regulations and Port Operations MARI3001A Observe regulations to ensure safe operation of a vessel up to 80 metres J Environment MARJ3001A Monitor environmental management on a vessel K Manoeuvring Vessels MARK3001A Manoeuvre a vessel up to 24 metres within near coastal waters N Seamanship MARN3001A Perform seamanship operations on board a vessel up to 24 metres Imported BSBFLM303C Contribute to effective workplace relationships Employability Skills Qualification Summary The following table contains a summary of the employability skills as identified by the maritime industry for this qualification. This table should be interpreted in conjunction with the detailed requirements of each unit of competency packaged in this qualification. The outcomes described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on packaging options. Employability Skill Communication Teamwork Problem-solving Initiative and enterprise Planning and Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include: Communicate effectively with other personnel and passengers during simulated and actual abandon vessel musters and emergencies Complete maintenance records Read, interpret and apply weather information Clearly brief crew members on their responsibility, maintenance tasks and WHS/OHS requirements Facilitate consultation processes to allow employees to contribute to issues related to their work, and promptly communicate outcomes of consultation to the work team Inform crew of environmental hazards and risk control measures relating to their work responsibilities Identify and minimise risks and hazards that may occur when abandoning vessel, according to SMS, and established safety practice and procedures Identify and solve problems that may arise during watchkeeping duties Recognise routine problems when performing routine remedial, preventative and survey deck maintenance on a vessel Contribute to review and development of advice on appropriate WHS/OHS procedures Provide ideas to control the level of risk associated with work tasks Select and use relevant tools, equipment and materials according to instructions Organise workload in order of priority, taking into consideration all listed MAR30513 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Master Inland Waters) Dec2012 Page 2

27 organising Selfmanagement Learning Technology work including survey work Plan timing and sequence of individual survival actions to be appropriate to prevailing circumstances and conditions of emergency, and minimise potential dangers and threats to other survivors Prepare plan for docking or slipping vessel Adjust interpersonal styles and methods in relation to organisation s social and cultural environment Model work policies and procedures to support environmental management in own work Monitor personal behaviour to ensure it is consistent with environmental management procedures Participate in abandon vessel drills Practise survival techniques Instigate training and instruction, including induction training, on procedures to ensure crew comply with regulations Operate radio equipment Select and use relevant instruments and equipment according to instructions Use and monitor propulsion equipment to assist in completing manoeuvres safely MAR30513 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Master Inland Waters) Dec2012 Page 3

28 MAR30613 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Surveying) Modification History Version Release 1 Comments This is the first release of this qualification in the MAR13 Maritime Training Package. Description This qualification is suitable for people who assist marine surveyors or who undertake administration duties in the maritime industry and/or marine surveying sector. Pathways Information Pathways into the qualification Not applicable Pathways from the qualification MAR40413 Certificate IV in Maritime Operations (Marine Surveying) Licensing/Regulatory Information This qualification is currently cited as meeting some of the requirements for accreditation as a statutory marine surveyor of domestic commercial vessels by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). Accreditation will require achievement of other requirements; people seeking accreditation should check with AMSA. Packaging Rules Total number of units = 9 units 9 core units Core Units Field F Operational Quality MARF3002A Observe personal safety and social responsibility and Safety M Marine Surveying MARM3001A Apply knowledge of safety management system legal framework in the workplace MARM3002A MARM3003A MARM3004A Apply vessel construction theory to marine survey tasks Identify factors that affect a commercial vessel s fitness for purpose Work in the marine surveying sector Imported BSBADM307B Organise schedules BSBWOR301B Organise personal work priorities and development MAR30613 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Surveying) Dec2012 Page 1

29 PSPGOV314A PSPREG201A Contribute to conflict management Carry out inspections and monitoring under guidance Employability Skills Qualification Summary The following table contains a summary of the employability skills as identified by the maritime industry for this qualification. This table should be interpreted in conjunction with the detailed requirements of each unit of competency packaged in this qualification. The outcomes described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on packaging options. Employability Skill Communication Teamwork Problem-solving Initiative and enterprise Planning and organising Selfmanagement Learning Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include: Complete WHS/OHS records Prepare simple documents such as summary reports, audit reports and memos for a range of personnel including surveyors, managers, supervisors and seafarers Read and interpret vessel specifications and drawings Determine personal requirements for diary and schedule items for individual personnel Identify range of clients and stakeholders who would require marine surveyor and/or inspector services Work under supervision of a marine surveyor Identify conflicts of interest and other vested interests that would affect survey outcome and/or report and resolve with surveyor Negotiate alternative arrangements and confirm when established appointments are changed Solve routine problems Contribute to WHS/OHS participation processes Identify and apply appropriate conduct and ethical behaviour Seek learning opportunities Document inspection requirements for materials and components and verify with surveyor Plan and conduct work safely Scope framework for marine surveys Develop a rapport with colleagues and people external to the organisation Outline behavioural characteristics and personal conduct required of a marine surveyor Recognise limits of own expertise and legal responsibilities, and access appropriate sources of expertise as required Identify Master and crew member legal obligations and duties for training employees Identify WHS/OHS training needs of crew MAR30613 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Surveying) Dec2012 Page 2

30 Regularly update knowledge of SMS, relevant legislation, standards, and workplace policies and procedures Technology Accurately operate technical and electronic equipment Operate workplace equipment Use business technology efficiently and effectively to manage and monitor scheduling and completion of tasks MAR30613 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Surveying) Dec2012 Page 3

31 MAR30713 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Cookery) Modification History Version Release 1 Comments This is the first release of this qualification in the MAR13 Maritime Training Package. Description This qualification is suitable for persons carrying out marine cook duties on a ship. Pathways Information Pathways into the qualification Completion of an approved training course in hospitality or completion of at least six months documented qualifying sea service as a marine cook. Pathways from the qualification Hospitality industry qualifications; marine hospitality roles. Licensing/Regulatory Information This qualification is currently cited as meeting some of the requirements for certification as a Marine Cook by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA). Certification will require achievement of the MAR30713 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Cookery), a valid first aid certificate and a Certificate of Safety Training; people seeking certification should check the requirements with AMSA. Packaging Rules Total number of units = 14 units 14 core units Core Units Field F Operational Quality and Safety MARF1003A MARF3002A MARF3005A MARF3006A Follow vessel security procedures Observe personal safety and social responsibility Prevent and fight fires on board a vessel Survive at sea in the event of vessel abandonment Imported SITHCCC001B Organise and prepare food SITHCCC002A SITHCCC003B SITHCCC004B SITHCCC005A Present food Receive and store kitchen supplies Clean and maintain kitchen premises Use basic methods of cookery MAR30713 Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Cookery) Dec2012 Page 1

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