Marine Environmental Awareness

Q001 Marine Environmental Awareness

COURSE FRAMEWORK CODE Q001
COURSE TITLE

Marine Environmental Awareness

COURSE APPROVED BY

Approved by TCS Avant (TCS Avant approved by American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), Maritime Administration of : Panama, Republic of Marshall Islands, Ukraine)

LANGUAGE Russian, English
SCOPE

This course is theoretical to enhance environment awareness, taking into account the whole maritime environment legislation, with particular  regard to the measures to prevent pollution. The  aim  of  the  course  is  to  provide  the  necessary  theoretical  knowledge  and  practical  abilities  for  the  implementation and management of the required documentation about marine pollution, in compliance  with the requirements of Sections A‐ll/1 of Chapter II, A‐lll/1 and A‐lll/6 of Chapter III of the STCW 78 as  amended in 2010.  

The  course  content  emphasizes  concise  communications,  interpretation  of  documents  and  analysis  of  complex managerial issues in the maritime sector dealing with various high‐ranking officials 

OBJECTIVES A trainee successfully completing this course will gain:

Knowledge of international maritime law embodied in international  agreements and conventions
with regards to the  following subjects: 

1.certificates and other  documents required to be  carried on board ships by  international conventions,  how they may be obtained  and their period of validity 

2. responsibilities under the  relevant requirements of  the International Convention on Load Lines,  1966, as amended 

responsibilities under the  relevant requirements of  the International  Convention for the Safety of  Life at Sea, 1974, as  amended 

4. responsibilities under the  International Convention  for Prevention of Pollution  from Ships, as amended 

5. maritime declarations of  health and the  requirements of the  International Health  Regulations 

6. responsibilities under  international instruments  affecting the safety of the  ship, passengers, crew and  cargo 

7. methods and aids to  prevent pollution of the  marine environment by  ships 

8. national legislation for  implementing international  agreements and  conventions

Prevention of pollution of the  marine environment and anti‐ pollution procedures
Knowledge of the precautions to be  taken to prevent pollution of the  marine environment
Anti‐pollution procedures and all  associated equipment 

Importance of proactive measures  to protect the marine environment

ENTRY STANDARDS

The course has been developed for and will be useful to international marine professionals both officers and engineers including electrical engineers, ship owners, shipping management staff (aboard the ship or onshore), ISM designated persons (DPAs) and maritime inspectors.

CERTIFICATION

Certificate on successful completion of the training course to be issued.

STUDENT NUMBER

LIMITATION

The maximum number of course attendees is 25

STAFF REQUIREMENTS

The course is conducted by qualified instructors that hold a valid Master’s or Ch Eng license and have an adequate experience in this subject.

FACILITIES & EQUIPMENT

Classroom

TEACHING AIDS

Whiteboard and DVD player, overhead projector, placards, audio and video aids, PowerPoints,

TEACHING METHOD

Theory in a classroom

BASED UPON IMO MODEL COURSES

1.38

COURSE DURATION 16 hours  
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