Training Course

Ship Handling –  Navigation in ice

MANoEUVring AND NAVIGATION – ON SIMULATOR

 WHO

– Officers in charge of a navigational watch at the operational or management level sailing in polar waters.
– Watchkeeping personnel requested to work onboard ships sailing in polar waters.

REQUIREd background

Persons holding a Deck watchkeeping Officer Certificate of competency.

OBJECTIVE

– Training in navigation and manoeuvring in ice.
– Awareness of risks related to the polar environment.

DURATION

24 hours / 3 days

Participants

Minimum 3 / Maximum 8

REFERENCES

– Polar regulations
– Polar Guidelines resolution A.1024(26)
– Company Procedures
– MARPOL Annexes
– SOLAS Chapter V
– STCW convention Chapter V section A-V and B-V/g

PROGRAM

– Ship Manoeuvring theory
– Ice classification
– Navigation in ice,  based on ship propulsion type
– Mapping
– Avoiding emergency situations
– Pollution prevention
– Weather Forecast, especially local forecasts
– Life saving equipment
– Navigational aids, constraints and limitations
– Radar navigation
– Means of radiocommunications
– SAR course training
– Importance of the Human Element
– Practical exercises on Simulator

LOCATION

Marseille

teaching staff

ENSM professors and personnel experienced in polar waters.

END OF TRAINING assessement (test)

Yes

STATEMENT FOR THE ISSUANCE OF AN STCW CERTIFICATE

Yes

CertificatE/STATEMENT ISSUANCE rate

The certificate / statement issuance rate for this training is 100%

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