Overview (table of contents)
Duration of training
Chapter 8 Exams and diplomas
Chapter 9 Teacher qualifications
Chapter 10 Other rules
Date of entry into force and transitional provisions
Description of the content of the training for a bachelor as master
Description of the contents of the selection items, as a minimum, must be offered in training for a bachelor as master
The full text of the Decree on training for the bachelor as master
Under section 12, paragraph 1, article 13, paragraph 1, section 15 and section 16, paragraph 2, of the law on maritime education, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 207 of 4. March 2011, as amended by Act No. 478 of 30. may 2012, fixed: Chapter 1 section 1 purposes of education. Professional Bachelor programme in navigation, maritime transportation and shipping management, competency training, aims to qualify the student to work as a leader in the maritime industries. The student must be able to be part of the crew of commercial vessels, as helmsman and after appropriate seagoing service qualify for seafarers ' rights as master. The student must be able to carry out tasks as labour leader on board ship, taking account of existing rules and norms for social, safety, environmental and working environmental conditions.
(2). The student shall after graduation as master, meet the International Convention on standards of training, certification and Watchkeeping (STCW Convention), as amended, in such a way that after appropriate seagoing service may be issued certificates at management level in accordance with the Convention, chapter II-2 of the commercial ships with a gross tonnage of 3000 or above.
(3). The training gives the right to the term bachelor in navigation, maritime transportation and shipping management. The term in English is Bachelor of maritime transportation and Nautical Science, abbreviated BMarT rans & NautSc.
Chapter 2 section 2 of the education goals. Training for bachelor master is placed on level 6 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning.
(2). The aim is that the student as bachelor in addition to seek employment within the profession through training must also be motivated to further training and upgrading of skills.
(3). Training will develop the student with a focus on management, security, operational optimisation and internationalization with English as a working language.
(4). English to be used in the teaching of all relevant fagemner to qualify the student to be able to use English as the working language.
§ 3. Goals for learning yield include the knowledge, skills and competences, as a master must achieve in education.
(2). Learning objectives for knowledge is that the master may 1) outline the methods and theories in the field of management, security, operational optimisation and internationalization used in the profession as well as their contexts, 2) describe key areas of knowledge within the profession as well as the areas within the natural and social sciences, which are relevant to the profession, 3) describe shipping general professional courses of action in relation to different contextual conditions, 4) account for the construction and equipment of all types of merchant ships in both the larger as the less shipping , 5) responsible for the nautical operation of merchant ships sailing on all grounds, 6) to account for both the personal health and safety as the ship's general safety and respect for the surrounding environment, 7) give an account of and reflect on the General documentation strategies, classification systems and standards, 8) explain the legal framework for the professional exercise, 9) account for the maritime trade organisation, including the Division of responsibilities between the various sectors , departments and stakeholders, 10) understand the professional exercise in the light of organisational and administrative framework and social terms and 11) explain and reflect on the methods, processes and barriers associated with quality and development work and implementation of the results of research and development work in professional practice.
(3). Learning objectives for skills is that the master may 1) organize cargo handling and stowage, 2) on security properly take care of the operation of a ship's plant and machinery (up to 750 KW), where there are no requirements on mechanical crew, 3) carry out cargo handling in an economically viable manner and fulfil all conditions regarding. stability, trim and hull impacts taking into account the ship and cargo, 4) carry out the profession in accordance with national and international requirements and regulations, 5) responsible for the planning and implementation of a ship sailing, including performing bridge watchkeeping on ships in service and on all grounds, 6) assess maritime companies ' development on the basis of relevant key figures, 7) assess and argue in favour of market forces influence on shipping development , 8) carry out all administrative and managerial conditions required in order to operate as a leader on a ship with multicultural crew, or as a leader in the country, 9) calculate and analyze data for operational optimisation and take into account environmental conditions hereby, 10) to plan and carry out the work on a security sound manner, 11) planning, organizing and directing maintenance and repair work is based on the consideration of all relevant factors including the economy , quality assurance and operational optimization, 12) read and understand international professional journals and research results in English, 13) use IT in the professionsmæssig context, 14) apply data collection methods associated with the profession, including applying them to analyze empirical data, 15) calculate and analyze data for operational optimisation and take into account environmental conditions hereby, 16) mastering regular documentation practices and administrative procedures, 17) apply appropriate scientific method for the analysis of issues of importance to the profession , 18) search, sort and assess relevant research and development worker's application in ship operation and 19) master the project organised problem oriented working method.
(4). Learning objectives of competencies is that the master may 1) carry out cargo handling in an economically viable manner and fulfil all conditions regarding. stability, trim and hull impacts taking into account the ship and cargo, 2) working with a special holistic understanding of the operation of ships and have an understanding of the complexity and the contextual conditions that worked under in the profession, 3) at management level take the ship's sailing in an economically viable manner, taking into account the forces on the hull, as well as route optimization, 4) carry out Crew Resource Management in a global perspective , 5) organize, plan and manage security and environmental preparedness on board a merchant ship.
6) organize and carry out the management of operational operational optimization taking into account safety, environmental and working environmental conditions, 7) develop solutions to the operational optimization of relevant types of installations and installations, 8) be innovative and help to create and integrate new knowledge and technology, 9) participate actively in a democratic society and discuss the exercise of the profession within the given framework and social conditions , 10) use English as working language, both written and oral communication, 11) carry out internal and external communication under all operating conditions, 12) be aware of own competence and its role for learning professionens knowledge and theory development, including work for the establishment of equal interplay between research, educational environments and practices, 13) acquire and assess knowledge including new international research-based knowledge with relevance to professional area , 14) master basic academic skills are a prerequisite for qualifying continuing education at masters and graduate level, 15) independently perform multidisciplinary tasks as labour leader on board ship, taking account of existing rules and norms for social, safety, health, environmental and working environmental conditions within the given framework, 16) take responsibility for the planning and implementation of work on board and reflect on their own level of competence , 17) work in an internationalized and globalized profession, taking into account the feedback from partners and educational and cultural background and values and 18) cooperation with other professional groups about the solution of the technical problems in the profession and take responsibility for operational optimization.
(5). The student shall after graduation to master, meet the requirements of the STCW Convention in accordance with the Swedish Maritime Administration's administrative skill requirements to that effect, concerning 1) maritime safety, first aid and safety at sea, see. STCW Code section A-VI/1, paragraphs 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11,
2) watchkeeping on the bridge, see. STCW table A-II/1, incorporating full mission training, 3) Automatic Radar plotting Aids (ARPA) of the basic regulation. STCW table A-II/1, 4) Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS), see. STCW table A-II/1, 5) General operator's Certificate (GOC), see. Regulation IV/2 of the STCW Convention, article 2.2, 6) fire-fighting ships, see. Regulation VI/3 of the STCW Convention and the STCW Code section A-VI/1, paragraph 18.104.22.168, 7) operation of lifeboats, rafts and man-over-board boats, see. Regulation VI/2 of the STCW Convention, article 1, 8) the theoretical basis for the issue of a certificate in basic tanker operations for oil, chemical and gas tankers, cf. The STCW Convention regulations V/1-1, paragraph 2.2, and regulation V/1-2, paragraph 2.2, 9) security alert and special security duties in ships, Ship Security Officer, see. The STCW Convention regulations VI/5, paragraph 1.2, 10) the disease treats training as a medicine chest category A, 11) operator proficiency test in engine care and 12) training in working environment for members of the security group in merchant ships.
Chapter 3 Education organisation § 4. The training is organised with increasing difficulty and complexity through the course as well as the interaction between theory and practice.
(2). New national and international knowledge and new methods that are relevant for the masters, to be integrated into teaching.
(3). Involvement in teaching experience from internship and knowledge on key trends in the profession and methods to develop the profession as well as perform quality and development work.
(4). In training theoretical parts and placement parts must be included with the forms of teaching and learning environments, which develops the students ' independence, cooperation, reflection and the ability to create professional renewal.
(5). In education, the emphasis should be on, among other things through the internship the student will have the opportunity to achieve broad practice experience within the profession as master, and that this is part of the whole study course.
§ 5. The educational institution is responsible for the implementation of the programme in its entirety, including any zoned for teaching.
§ 6. The educational institution must determine which training objectives the student must meet, including claims of successful tests and exams, before internship periods at sea or in the country can begin. There can not be allowed exemption from requirement for training as referred to in section 14.
§ 7. The educational institution shall organise an appropriate range of electives. Electives should complement the student's professional competence within the areas, for example, focuses on the needs of the profession, specialization or study skills in relation to higher education. An elective course must have a scale of at least 2 ECTS credits.
(2). For competency training to the educational institution as minimum provision in annex 2 specified election topics.
Chapter 4 the duration of § 8. Training for master is rated for 3.75 student FTE equivalent to 225 points in European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
(2). Training for master is divided into subjects and consists of 1) compulsory subjects, corresponding to 125 ECTS-points, 2) election topics, corresponding to 10 ECTS credits, 3) internship, equivalent to 75 ECTS credits) and (4) a bachelor thesis, equivalent to 15 ECTS credits.
(3). In annex 1, there are for each item specified the extent of ECTS-points and objectives.
§ 9. Training must be completed within twice the set duration, see. § 8, paragraph 1.
(2). The educational institution may, when it is justified by special circumstances, grant a derogation from the time limit referred to in paragraph 1.
(3). Applied for leave is accepted if it is warranted on the grounds of maternity, adoption, documented illness, military service, UN service or similar conditions.
Chapter 5 Access § 10. The educational institution occupies the students of competency training and ensures that they meet the entry requirements.
§ 11. In order to be admitted to the masters degree program must be either 1) have completed one of the following secondary education: a) baccalaureate (stx), b) hf (course), c) htx, hhx) d.
e) eux, f) access courses for engineering education with mathematics, English and Danish as well as physics or chemistry, 2 of which subjects must be at least B-level and the remaining subjects at least C-level or 2) have completed a vocational education and training (VET) of at least level 3 in the Danish qualifications framework supplemented with mathematics, English and Danish as well as physics or chemistry, 2 of which subjects must be at least B-level and the remaining subjects at least C-level.
(2). Relevant professional experience of at least 2 years ' duration may, in accordance with the educational institution's decision in the individual case on the basis of a real competence assessment replace the access requirement for vocational training.
(3). Recording with background in other upper secondary education must be carried out in accordance with Chapter 2 of the existing Ordinance on access to vocational college education and professional bacheloruddannelser (Admission Decree).
(4). In order to be included on competency training shall be the subject of an agreement for internship with an approved shipping company.
(5). In order to be admitted to the masters degree programme the student must be in possession of a valid health certificate for seafarers and fishermen without restrictions, including being likely to the lookout.
Chapter 6 Internship section 12. The training includes two internship courses, søpraktik and professional internship.
(2). Søpraktik can begin only when the workshop school is completed with a satisfactory outcome.
(3). Professional internship should be phased out immediately prior to the bachelor project.
§ 13. By the term "traineeship" means a company, IE. the person responsible for the merchant ship, where the students on placement.
(2). Internship site, IE. the company must be approved by the Agency for higher education and training aid, in accordance with the applicable notice of approval of shipping companies for internship and about reimbursement for internship in ships.
(3). Internship must be carried out in accordance with written training agreement between the student and internship site.
(4). Internship must be carried out under the guidance of a qualified training officer and shall be conducted in accordance with one of the National Board of higher education and training aid approved training record book.
(5). The educational institution must assist with the guidance of the students both before and during the internship course.
(6). Internship place must designate a staff member who is qualified as a mentor for the students.
§ 14. Before the internship begins at sea, the student must have completed appropriate training in maritime safety, first aid, safety at sea and fire-fighting, see. STCW Code section A-VI/1, paragraph 2, at least comprehensive points 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52, and have acquired evidence.
Chapter 7 academic regulations section 15. The educational institution shall lay down in a academic regulations, rules and guidance for the planning and implementation of training courses. The curriculum must contain a description of the manner in which the educational institution in the Organization of the training meet the chapter 3 of this notice, the content specified in annex 1 and 2, and the requirements for theoretical training for the obtaining of authorisations, including the requirements of the STCW Convention.
(2). In the curriculum also lays down detailed rules for 1) education goals, 2) education structure and organisation, including modules, elective courses and ECTS credits, 3) education and forms of cooperation, 4) cooperation with business and other educational institutions, 5) implementation of the target of the students after graduation can use English as working language, see. section 2, paragraph 4, 6), (7)) exams and curricula used appraisal forms, 8) student activity, 9) merit, 10) leave, 11) waivers, 12) guidelines for the preparation of bachelor project, 13) guidelines for internship periods, including the use of the training record book, 14) rules and guidelines for the exam as well as samples and 15) guidelines for the approval of teaching at another Danish or foreign educational institution.
(3). It must be reflected in the curriculum, that institution may grant derogations from the rules in the curriculum, there only is provided by the institution itself.
(4). Curriculum and significant amendments thereto are assumed to be prepared with gathering inspiration from industry parties.
§ 16. Academic regulations and significant amendments thereto shall enter into force at the beginning of a semester.
(2). Academic regulations and significant changes therein shall include transitional rules.
(3). Applicable curricula must be available on the institution's website and documented in the educational institution's quality management system.
Chapter 8 Exams and diplomas paragraph 17. For the exam, including samples, assessment, evidence, complain about the exam, merit, etc. Please refer to the applicable notice of trial organisation and assessment of participants at the maritime education and training (exam notice).
(2). At least half of the theoretical professional content must be evaluated with the exam. All fagemner are evaluated by exam in selected key themes.
(3). Bachelor project examined by an oral exam, which subsequently is given an overall grade for the written project report and the oral presentation.
(4). Internship approved in accordance with the instructions provided in the approved training record book.
(5). Courses that are part of a fagemne, must be passed before the final test in the subject. Course certificates are issued in accordance with the provisions in force for the course.
(6). Electives must like the theoretical fagemner be judged pursuant to grant financial assistance for the subject and appear on the diploma.
Chapter 9 Teacher Qualifications section 18. Teachers must overall have a skill level that is higher than the output level for education. By skill level means pedagogical competence and proven theoretical, technical and professionsmæssig powers.
(2). New teachers must be within the first 3 YearHired implement relevant educational adult educator training equivalent to 30 ECTS credits, which can be achieved by a combination of theoretical teaching and follow-up on its own educational institution.
Chapter 10 Other rules § 19. Educational institutions ' decisions under this Ordinance may be brought before the Agency for higher education and Training in support of the decision as regards the meaning. applicable notice of complaints within the law on maritime education and training. The complaint shall be submitted to the educational institution, which shall forward the complaint to the Agency for higher education and training aid accompanied by an opinion. The educational institution shall give the complainant the opportunity to, within a period of not less than 1 week to comment on the opinion. Any comment from the complainant must submit to the Agency for higher education and training aid.
(2). The deadline for filing a complaint in accordance with paragraph 1 is 2 weeks from the day the decision is communicated to the complainant.
(3). The National Board of higher education and training aid decisions cannot be challenged before the higher administrative authority.
§ 20. Agency for higher education and training aid may allow derogation by Decree as part of trials. At the same time lays down the duration of the experiment and the reporting form.
(2). Agency for higher education and training aid may dispense with notice, when it is justified by special circumstances.
Chapter 11 entry into force and transitional provisions § 21. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. January 2013.
(2). Students who have started a training before the 31. December 2012, can complete training in accordance with the existing rules.
(3). Educational institutions shall lay down the necessary transitional rules for students under training to bachelor master, and who wish to pursue their education in accordance with this Ordinance.
Agency for higher education and training aid, the 17. December 2012 Inge Mærkedahl/Sune Rahn
Annex 1 description of the contents of education for bachelor as master
(Professions Bachelor programme in maritime transportation and shipping management)
AREA of EXPERTISE: WORKSHOP SCHOOL, SAFETY, SEAMANSHIP and INTERNSHIP: 105 ECTS credits the workshop school: 15 ECTS credits the student must be a technical and theoretical training achieve artisanal skills relevant to a master. The artisanal tasks to be performed during the concern for environmental and safety regulations in force.
The students must develop its understanding and insight into the it for a master relevant craft and be able to judge the artisanal quality of a work performed.
The student must have an understanding of General Security and environmental conditions. In addition, he or she must have an understanding of the use of personal protective equipment and be able to use these protective equipment correctly.
Maritime safety and seamanship: 15 ECTS-point mastery of the necessary qualifications in safety at sea is central to work as master on board a merchant ship. The subjects in the field of maritime safety and basic seamanship should give the students a basic knowledge of safety on board, the ship's safety organization and the working environment at sea. The students must subsequently be included in the rollers (boat-, fire-and man-over-Board-rolls) on the functional level. This must be done taking into account that the students are not part of the ship's security preparedness in the first training period.
First aid must give the student such theoretical and practical skills that he or she will be able to provide first aid in the event of accidents and sudden illnesses. In addition, the student must have knowledge of general health conditions, specifically related to the shipping industry.
Key themes: 1. Basic maritime safety.
2. Operation of lifeboats, rafts and man-over-board boats.
3. First aid.
4. Practical seamanship and look-out service.
5. Occupational safety/working environment.
6. fire-fighting measures in ships.
7. Basic tanker course.
8. Knowledge of conditions during the capture and the aftermath thereof.
Internship: 75 ECTS-points during the initial søpraktik to the students become part of a navigational watch under the supervision of a qualified officer to acquire for watchkeeping certificate iht. Regulation II/4 of the STCW Convention.
The student must also have undergone a minimum of 6 months of brovagts service under the supervision of the master or a qualified officer iht. Regulation II/1 of the STCW Convention.
Brovagts service should be organised in such a way that the students will have the opportunity to go watch at the channel passenger, sailing in congested waters, as well as during maneuvers, and there must be a lot of emphasis on the understanding of the need to respect good discipline on the bridge, see. Chapter VIII of the STCW Convention.
In the course of søpraktikken organised machinery space service that responds to familiarisering with engine room and practical skills in relation to the conduct of operation of smaller ship machinery in ships where there is no requirement for machine crew.
In the second internship, professional internship, the students learn to work in development-oriented and problem-solving with the profession as master. The student must know to draw correlations between experience and theoretical knowledge must be able to identify and analyze issues, areas and issues that are central in relation to the profession as master. The student must acquire knowledge of operational tasks on commercial vessels, and planning and organizing of work on board. In this part, the students also prepare her bachelor project.
The internship will lead to exchanges of knowledge, skills and values between education and profession/industry as well as the establishment of networks.
INTERDISCIPLINARY ELEMENTS: 5 ECTS credits The multidisciplinary elements will help to strengthen the student's autonomous management of issues that they may encounter after graduation. At the same time, work to develop the students ' ability to evaluate and improve workflows, processes and procedures.
In the interdisciplinary elements to simulate practical situations, as the student will encounter in his professional life, where fagemnerne will not necessarily be separable. Interdisciplinary elements is therefore suitable for exercises and project work as well as to stay at other educational institutions.
NAUTICAL SUBJECT AREA: 30 ECTS credits, the student must have such skills and skills in navigation, manoeuvring and nautical meteorology which are necessary in order that he can oversee the planning and implementation of a trading ship secure navigation, including being able to act as conning in merchant ships to speed on all the seas.
The student must obtain the skills within the topic of guard service, including watchkeeping regulations for and that are necessary for the independent to be able to perform the function of conning.
The student must obtain the necessary theoretical and practical skills in the field of radio communication, so that they can oversee the dismantling of the communication that occurs on board a merchant ship.
The student must be able to use maritime technical terms in English and must be qualified to be able to use English as the working language. In addition, the student must obtain such skills in oral and written English communication, which is necessary in order to be able to act as master of a merchant ship internationally and, more generally, in an international industry.
Fagemne: Navigation key themes: 1. Place the determination.
2. Navigation equipment.
3. Sea charts and handbooks.
Fagemne: Meteorology key themes: 1. Weather systems.
2. Information gathering.
Fagemne: call service central themes: 1. Regulations for.
2. Collision prevention.
3. For watchkeeping procedures.
5. visual signalling.
Fagemne: Maritime English key themes: 1. Maritime English, the default expression.
2. The ship's safety rolls.
3. Daily communication.
4. Administrative communications.
TECHNICAL AREA of EXPERTISE: 30 ECTS credits, the student must obtain the skills through teaching in the field of ship building and matters relating to the ships ' stability, buoyancy, draught, trim and hull influences that are needed to work as master in merchant ships, in accordance with the applicable conventions.
In addition, the students gain the skills needed to work as officer in the deck officer in connection with cargo handling and stowage on board a merchant ship engaged on international voyages.
In addition, the students obtain qualifications in the field of data capture, data logging, control, and control technology, which is necessary for him to act rationally and correctly by monitoring and control of ship traffic control systems.
Finally, the students achieve such practical skills relating to State control and theoretical knowledge about maintenance that it puts them in a position to be able to perform the duties of the maintenance Chief.
Fagemne: Marine engineering, cargo handling and stowage key themes: 1. types of ship building.
2. Understanding of and calculation of stability intact and leak.
3. Force effects of the ship and its equipment.
4. Maintenance and docking.
5. General cargo handling.
6. International regulation of dangerous goods.
Fagemne: machine learning and maritime technology for navigators
The student must acquire the necessary skills through teaching, so he or she can safely perform at security operation of a smaller ship machinery in ships where there is no requirement for machine crew.
In addition, the students gain understanding of technical systems, so that he or she who leads can act rationally and correctly as well as locate and remedy simple faults in technical systems commonly found in ships.
Finally, the students must pass the competency test in engine care, see. applicable qualification requirements.
Key themes: 1. Environmental Engineering and environmental protection.
3. Help and service systems.
4. Pump theory.
5. Ship propulsion.
Fagemne: Marine Operations
After completed training to be the master of management level could take care of the ship's sailing in an economically viable manner, as well as cargo handling and disease treatment on board. After completion of training to master have completed training to treat disease medicine chest category A in merchant ships and could take responsibility for disease treatment on board a merchant ship, also under circumstances where another person is disease processes, see. applicable qualification requirements.
Key themes: 1. Manoeuvring.
2. Weather route planning and optimization.
3. Stability Control and management of ship by accident.
4. Wave theory and the ship's movements in the Lake.
5. Force effects on ship's equipment and mooring arrangements.
6. Protection of the environment.
7. Maritim disease processes to category A medicine chest.
MANAGEMENT FIELD of STUDY: 30 ECTS credits
Fagemne: management, administration and method
Teaching within the management field of study to prepare for the ship's officer to act as leader at sea or ashore. The central themes should give the student the necessary qualifications in economics and quality management as well as prepare them to contribute to employees ' personal development process.
Method of learning should give the student the necessary qualifications in specialist areas of science, scientific method, project work and information retrieval.
The student must also achieve the qualifications within national and international legislation, as well as the maritime administrative conditions necessary so that he or she in his work as a Marine Officer familiar with duties and responsibilities in connection with these.
Key themes: 1. Maritim operating economy.
2. The Maritime Organization.
3. Human resource management and Crew Resource Management in global perspective.
4. Standards-based management tools, including quality management.
5. Method of learning.
6. Law of the sea and ship management.
7. Training in working environment for members of the security group in merchant ships (section 16).
ELECTIVES: 10 ECTS credits the purpose of electives is that the students complements his professional competence by providing the students with special knowledge of specific professional areas and supplementing his Studio skills in relation to continuing education. It is clear from Annex 2 which election issues, as a minimum, must be offered.
BACHELOR THESIS: 15 ECTS credits the student must learn to work with development-oriented planning and implementation of a project. The student must know to draw correlations between experience, practical skills and theoretical knowledge must be able to identify and analyze issues that are central in relation to the profession as master.
In addition, the students acquire a special insight into a topic area or problem and needs through the project work learn systematic problem formulation and problem treatment and the collection and analysis of data material, including relevant findings from research and development.
Finally, the students learn how to apply links between theory and practical training in her bachelor project.
Annex 2 Description of the contents of the selection items, as a minimum, must be offered in training for a bachelor as master RO/RO – passenger ships-the master must achieve the knowledge and skills that are required so that he or she may work at management level in passenger ships.
Management of operations in oil tankers-after implemented training master must meet the requirements of the STCW Convention regulations V/1-1, clause 4.3, on special training for management of operations in oil tankers.
Management of operations in chemical tankers – after completed training to be the master of the ship comply with the requirements of the STCW Convention regulations V/1-1, paragraph 6.3, on special training for management of operations of chemical tankers.
Management of operations in gas carriers-after completed training to be the master of the ship comply with the requirements of the STCW Convention regulations V/1-2, article 4.3, on special training for management of operations in LNG carriers.