|Week||Start date Start||End Date||Deadline||Place||Instructors||Time||Language||Available seats Plasser|
|21||20.05.2019 20.05.19||24.05.2019||16.05.2019||Trondheim, Sor-Trondelag
|09:00 - 15:30||English||Available seats Available seats|
|Start date: 20.05.2019|
|End Date: 24.05.2019|
|Gatherings: 09:00 - 15:30|
|Available seats: Available seats|
The course is delivered ON REQUEST.
After successful completion of the course, the participant should demonstrate sufficient knowledge, skills
and understanding of ECDIS navigation and electronic charts to undertake the duties of a navigational watchofficer
defined by STCW Code. This knowledge, skills and understanding should be in accordance with IMO Model
Course 1.27, but is not limited to:
• Knowledge of the capability and limitations of ECDIS operations, and all indicated sub-topics
• Proficiency in operation, interpretation, and analysis of information obtained from ECDIS, and all indicated subtopics
• Management of operational procedures, system files and data, and all indicated sub-topics
The course is developed in accordance with IMO Model Course 1.27, 2012 Edition.
“The Operational Use of ECDIS”. K-Bridge/K-Nav ECDIS Familiarisation.
The course is divided into modules and consists of totally 17 theoretical lessons (as specified in “Contents of
course”) plus practical simulator exercises, hands-on training and operator assessment. A training manual is
developed for this course, covering the above subjects. This includes discussions on accidents related to wrong
use/lack of proper training on ECDIS.
This course is approved by Norwegian Maritime Authorities(NMA).
NMA is ratified by IMO. Please check that you local authority will recognise this course before signing up.
It is assumed that trainees participating in this course have accomplished some formal instruction in Terrestrial Navigation, have at minimum some familiarisation with visual navigation, have accomplished a period of supervised
bridge watch-keeping duties, and have prior completion of basic Radar/ARPA (MC 1 .07).
Trainees should also have considerable familiarisation with personal computing operating systems.
5 days 27 hours
Navigational watch officers, experienced nautical officers and other persons with responsible duties in navigational