All those who need training in TECDIS ECDIS, i.e. navigators, VTS operators, pilots and employees at shipping offices with responsibility for operating vessels.
Regulation I/14, paragraph 1.5 of the STCW Convention, as well as sections 6.3 and 6.5 of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code, requires companies to ensure seafarers are provided with familiarization training. A ship safety management system should include familiarization with the ECDIS equipment fitted, including its backup arrangements, sensors and related peripherals. To assist Member Governments, Parties to the STCW Convention, companies and seafarers, a record of such familiarization should be provided. This course covers the familiarisation training for TECDIS ECDIS.
- ECDIS theory
- Familiarisation with functions and menus
- Recognition of Alarms and malfunctions indicators and the actions to be taken
- Safety settings
- Chart setup
- Route planning and monitoring
- Chart corrections and licenses
- Updating of software
- MDS (depending on the customer)
The course is practically based, with some theory. All our instructors have experience of practical use of a number of relevant ECDIS systems
The course is carried out at 12 workstations set up with TECDIS ECDIS incl. desktop simulator, radar, MDS and control of a ship. Relevant ship models and sailing areas can be adapted to the course participants.
Please contact us directly for dates. We hold courses for a minimum of 3 participants.
Some knowledge and experience of charts and chart work is beneficial, but not necessary. Preferably also experience of using a PC.
One day course 08:30 - 15:30.
Price per participant is NOK 7.600.-.This includes course material, lunch, coffee and mineral water during the course. The course will be held with a minimum of 3 participants.
Certification is awarded to the student on the last day of the course, provided the course has been successfully completed.
Please contact us directly for dates at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hold courses for a minimum of 3 participants.