ECDIS refresher and route planning for passenger vessels

Code

R003

Venue

Hamburg

Duration

5 days

Language

English

Description

Refreshment and update of the generic ECDIS course and intensive voyage planning

  • Legal aspects and requirements
  • Types of electronic charts
  • Presentation of ECDIS data
  • Sensors
  • Basic navigational functions and settings
  • Specific functions for route planning
  • Specific functions for route monitoring
  • Chart Updates
  • Potential errors of interpretation and displayed data
  • Status indications, indicators and alarms
  • Documentation
  • Risk of overreliance

Objectives

  • Operation of ECDIS equipment including type specific Wärtsilä-SAM Electronics ECDIS
  • Use of navigational functions of ECDIS
  • ECDIS data and its presentation
  • System related limitations and risks
  • Advanced voyage planning and monitoring
  • Analysis of chart and sensor alarms
  • Sensor limitations and its impact on the safe use of ECDIS
  • Overreliance on ECDIS
  • Essential legal aspect for the use of ECDIS

Entry standards

Masters, officers in charge of navigational watch

Certification

On successful completion the participant will receive a certificate of MTC

Facilities

Ship Handling Simulator, single ECDIS workstations, classroom

Teaching methods

Simulator exercises, demonstrations, lectures, assessment

Guidelines

IMO IMO Resolution A.817(19)
STCW 78 as amended

For groups only

Schedule

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Please note:

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We are working on solving this problem as soon as possible.

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