Certificate IV In Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 1 Near Coastal)
Maritime Operations ＆ Engineering
Course code: J716
National ID: MAR40513
About this Course
This qualification will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to maintain and operate marine engines, auxiliary machinery and onboard systems. You will learn about the engine room and auxiliary equipment used on larger vessels such as ferries, trawlers and tugs. You will also learn skills in basic mechanical engineering, engineering calculations and shipboard safety.
2016 Course Dates:
1st February - 25th March
18th July- 9th September
This course runs for 8 weeks.
This qualification is aligned to the educational requirement for Certification as Marine Engine Driver (Motor) Grade 1 as described in Part D of the National Standards for Commercial Vessels (NSCV). The Marine Engine Driver (Motor) Grade 1 Certificate of Competency (CoC) is issued by the appropriate maritime regulatory authority in each state and territory.
A Marine Engine Driver (Motor) Grade 1 Certificate allows a holder to take charge of the machinery on vessels less than:
- 525kw (35QN) propulsion power engaged in operations in any area; or750kw (50QN) propulsion power engaged in operations up to Australian Coastal - Middle Water Limits (600nm), or
- 1500kw propulsion power engaged in operations up to Inshore limits (15nm).
This certificate also allows the holder to be second-in-charge of machinery on vessels less than:
- 525kw (35QN) propulsion power engaged in Australian Coastal - Middle Water Limits (600nm)
- 750kw (50QN) propulsion power engaged in operations up to Australian Coastal - Middle Water Limits (600nm)
- 1500kw propulsion power engaged in operations up to Offshore Limits (600nm); or
- 1500kw propulsion power
Evidence of sea time/service on board a vessel will be required to obtain a Marine Engine Driver (Motor) Grade 1 Certificate of Competency from the Department of Transport. For information on all CoC requirements, please see: http://nationalsystem.amsa.gov.au/factsheets.php
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- Study Plan
Block 1 - Common Units
||Work Effectively With Others|
||Undertake Basic Maintenance Of Electrical Systems|
||Undertake Maintenance Of Machinery, Machinery Systems And Structural Components|
||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 Propulsion And Auxiliary Systems|
||Manage Fuel Systems|
||Operate And Monitor Marine Internal Combustion Engines, Propulsion Plant And Auxiliary Systems|
||Operate Electrical Systems|
||Operate Auxiliary Machinery Systems Up To 1500 Kw|
||Operate Marine Internal Combustion Engines And Associated Systems Up To 1500 Kw|
||Operate Propulsion Transmission Systems Up To 1500 Kw|
||Follow Environmental Work Practices|
Block 2 - Maths
||Carry Out Engineering Calculations|
Block 3 - Stability
||Manage Vessel Stability|
Block 4 - Electrical
||Undertake Maintenance Of 240 To 440 Voltage Alternating Current Electrical Systems|
||Operate 240 To 440 Voltage Alternating Current Electrical Systems|
Block 5 - Management
||Manage An Engine Room And Small Engineering Team|
||Monitor Environmental Management On A Vessel|
Block 6 - Trade Skills
||Carry Out Basic Welding, Brazing, Cutting And Machining Operations On A Coastal Vessel|
||Work Safely In Confined Spaces On A Vessel|
Elements Of Shipboard Safety
||Apply Basic Survival Skills In The Event Of Vessel Abandonment|
||Follow Procedures To Minimise And Fight Fires On Board A Vessel|
||Survive At Sea Using Survival Craft|
||Meet Work Health And Safety Requirements|
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Fees have been quoted on the basis of 2016 fee rates only. These are expected to change in 2017. Other charges may apply.
Indicative Tuition Fees in 2016.
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