Notice About Shipping Assistant Training For Individuals With Journeymen Letter

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om skibsassistentuddannelse for personer med svendebrev

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The purpose of the education
Chapter 2 Measure of education
Chapter 3 The organisation of the training
Chapter 4 The duration of the training
Chapter 5 Accessing
Chapter 6 Study system
Chapter 7 Examination and diplomas
Chapter 8 Subvixed Qualifications
Chapter 9 Other Rules
Chapter 10 Entry into force and transitional provisions
Appendix 1 Access-giving training
Appendix 2 Description of the content of training for the ship-sistent person for persons with a Swedes

Annuntation of ship-sit-proof training for persons with a Swedish letter

In accordance with section 12 (2), 1, and 13 (1). 1, in the field of maritime training, cf. Law Order no. 207 of 4. March 2011, as amended by law no. 478 of 30. The following may be set :

Chapter 1

The purpose of the education

§ 1. The purpose of the education is to provide people with a Swedes who want employment in the field of maritime transport, a basic theoretical and practical training that enables them to carry out all the practical work in the area of deck and the machinery area in a security-related manner.

Paragraph 2. Training for the ship ' s assistant shall comply with the requirements of the International Convention on the training of seafarers, on seafarers and on watchkeeping with subsequent amendments (STCW-Convention), Regulation VI/1 on basic safety training (basic) ; training) and the theoretical elements of Regulation II/4 on shift-in teams.

Paragraph 3. The purpose of the training shall also be to provide ship-proof training with a view to compliance with the requirements of Chapter II/5 and III/5 of the STCW Convention, limited to skills based on normal operating conditions and routine tasks related to the ship ' s ship ; operation.

Chapter 2

Measure of education

§ 2. Training for ship-sistent is located at level 3 of the Danish Qualification framework for lifelong learning.

Paragraph 2. The training shall provide the vessel ' s instruments to develop in the binding Community which is bound to be found in a ship ' s crew.

§ 3. The objectives of the learning exchange include the knowledge, skills and competencies of a ship ' s assistant to be obtained in training.

Paragraph 2. Learning objectives for knowledge are the ship sasist has

1) knowledge of ordinary people working on board in a ship ;

2) knowledge of bros and dams, as well as machinery, with normally available handtools and machinery ;

3) general knowledge of the structure of ships, layout, machinery and other equipment ;

4) general knowledge of the ship's navigational and engineering workspaces ; and

5) knowledge of health and safety risks associated with the execution of the work, so as to avoid accidents and occupational damage.

Paragraph 3. Skills of skills are the ship ' s ' s ' s assistance ;

1) participate actively in the development and preservation of a safe and healthy working environment ;

2) independently carry out specific maintenance and repair tasks on board a ship ;

3) use and maintain preservatives,

4) carry out practical work on board with cables, wire and surplum equipment ;

5) carry out the work in accordance with the standards laid down for quality,

6) carry out practical fire control ;

7) contribute to the improvement of the performance and quality of the work ; and

8) use and communicate in an active English, within the areas of the professional sector.

Paragraph 4. Learning objectives for skills are the ship savior can

1) participate actively in the cooperation planning of the work tasks,

2) independently carry out practical tasks in the case of regular shipwork ; and

3) search and execute minor transport processes when handling cranes and cranes.

Paragraph 5. The ship ' s certificate shall comply with the requirements of the STCW Convention in accordance with the Maritime Management Board of the Maritime Management Agreement, in relation to the requirements of the STCW Convention ;

1) theoretical training for guardsman, cf. The Regulation II/4 of the STCW Convention, with the exception of the practical speed,

2) basic maritime safety, cf. STCW Code section of section A-VI/1, Section,

3) fire control in ships, cf. STCW Code section of section A-VI/1, Section,

4) work safety / occupational environment, cf. STCW Code section of section A-VI/1, Section,

5) first aid, cf. STCW Code-Code A-VI/4, Section 1-3,

6) basic tankers ' operations for oil, chemical and gas tankers, cf. STCW Convention Regulation V/1 -1, paragraph 2.2, and Regulation V/1 -2, paragraph 2.2,

7) duelibility of motor care and

8) security alert and special security tasks in ships, cf. The rules of the STCW Convention VI/6, Section 4.

Chapter 3

The organisation of the training

§ 4. The training shall be organised with an increasing degree of difficulty and complexity throughout the process.

Paragraph 2. New national and international knowledge and new methods relevant to ship sasists are integrated into education.

Paragraph 3. Various forms of instruction shall support the development of the ship ' s development of independence and cooperation skills and the ability to think new.

Paragraph 4. The training shall be organised with cross-disciplinary elements that simulate situations and activities which the ship ' s side may encounter in its working life.

§ 5. The institution shall be responsible for the implementation of the training in its entirety, including in the case of possible training.

Chapter 4

The duration of the training

§ 6. Shipsassistic training for persons with a Swedes are set to 0,25 student annual work equivalent to 15 ECTS-points.

Chapter 5


§ 7. The education institution is occuping craftsmen on training for ship-sistent and ensuring that they meet access requirements.

Paragraph 2. In the course of the classes, applicants who have conducted vocational training or apprenticeship training shall be included in the course of the training. Annex 1. Access to the training as a ship ' s ship requires the applicant to be in possession of

1) a valid health certificate for seafarers and fishermen without restrictions ; and

2) is shred to be a lookout.

Chapter 6

Study system

§ 8. The institution of the Education institution shall lay down rules and guidelines for the planning and implementation of the teaching procedure. The Study Scheme must include a description of how the training institution in the organisation of training meets the requirements of Chapter 3 of this notice, the content and requirements of Annex 2 and the requirements of the STCW Convention.

Paragraph 2. Moreover, in the study arrangements, detailed rules for

1) the objectives of the training,

2) the structure and structure of education, including modules and ECTS points,

3) the methods of training and cooperation ;

4) cooperation with professions and other educational establishments ;

5) study plans,

6) examinations and forms of assessment used,

7) Student activity,

8) merit,

9) leave and

10) dispensation.

Paragraph 3. It must be stated in the study of the study that the institution may dispense with the rules laid down in the course of the study, which alone is set by the institution itself.

Paragraph 4. The study system and major amendments thereto are preconceived with the collection of inspiration from the profession of industry.

§ 9. Study schemes and significant changes will take effect at the beginning of a session of semesters.

Paragraph 2. Study arrangements and substantial amendments thereto must include transitional rules.

Paragraph 3. Applicable guidance schemes must be available on the institution's website and documented in the educational system's quality system.

Chapter 7

Examination and diplomas

§ 10. Exclusions and assessments shall be examined in accordance with the applicable proclamation of exams and examinations as well as the assessment of participants in the field of maritime training (diploma notice).

Paragraph 2. The education institution shall issue diplomas when the student has completed training for ship ' s assistant, including the final tests.

§ 11. After successful maritime training with satisfactory results, the school shall issue proof of this.

Paragraph 2. Where the overall training is completed, the seafarers ' s seafarers may receive a qualification certificate in accordance with the training institution. the applicable notification requirements for seafarers and seafarers ' certificates.

Chapter 8

Subvixed Qualifications

§ 12. Notify collectively must have a level of qualification higher than the level of training for education. Qualification level shall mean a theoretical, professional and professional competence, in addition to pedagogical competence.

Paragraph 2. In the first 3 employment years, new teachers shall carry out appropriate pedagogical adult teaching equivalent to 30 ECTS-points that can be achieved by a combination of theoretical teaching and follow-up on the institution of its own educational institution.

Chapter 9

Other Rules

§ 13. The decisions of the educational institutions pursuant to this notice may be submitted to the Management of the Higher Educational and Educational Support of the Committee for the purposes of the decision, cf. in force in the field of maritime training, the applicable notification of the complaints. The appeal shall be submitted to the institution of Education, which shall forward the complaint to the Higher and Educational Educational Management Board and shall be accompanied by a statement. The institution shall provide the complainant within a period of at least one week to comment on the opinion. The possible comment from the complainant shall be sent to the Management of the Higher Educational and Educational Support Management.

Paragraph 2. The deadline for filing a complaint pursuant to paragraph shall be made. One is two weeks from the day the decision is notified to the complainant.

Paragraph 3. The decisions taken by the Higher Education and Education Management Board shall not be subject to higher administrative authority.

§ 14. The governance of the Higher Education and Education and Education Support may allow the deviation of the publication as part of the trial. At the same time, the duration and reporting form shall be determined.

Paragraph 2. The governance of the Higher Education and Education and Education Support may be dispensers from the notice, where justified in particular circumstances.

Chapter 10

Entry into force and transitional provisions

§ 15. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. January 2013.

Paragraph 2. Students who have started an education before the 31. In December 2012, complete training can be completed according to the existing rules.

Paragraph 3. The institution of the Education Foundation shall organise the necessary transitional arrangements for students as referred to in paragraph 1. 2 wishing to end training in accordance with the rules laid down in this notice.

The governance of the Higher education and training aid, the 17. December 2012

Inge Markkedahl

/ Sune Rahn

Appendix 1

Access-giving training

The following craft-training shall provide direct access to ship ' s sapship class for persons with a mullet of levitation :

1) Industrial engineering training

2) Tool Taker Training

3) Shipbuilding Training

4) Smedetraining

5) Auto and autoelectroudformation

6) Lasttrucksca training

7) Entrepreneur and agricultural engineering training

8) Fincar training

9) Shipmmonthathformation

10) BeslagsmedeTraining

11) Potato education.

12) Gender-monthawying training

13) Boat builder / ship support training

14) Plumbing Education

Training where access to ship-proof course for persons with a Swedes requires completed post-training :

1) Electrician training-3 months ' workshop school

2) Maritime craft-class-3-month workshop school

3) Overage-3-month workshop school

4) Bicycle and motorcycle mechanic training-welding and dreamy

5) Data and communication training-6 months of workshop school

6) Electronics and sponge flow-training-and dreamy-welding

7) Automation and process training-welding course

8) Airplane training course-welding course

9) Metal fortuitsu-welding course.

Appendix 2

Description of the content of training for the ship-sistent person for persons with a Swedes


Subject : Mash-and el-learning and machine maintenance

In theory and practical training, the handyman must obtain knowledge of diesel engines and auxiliary machinery which is necessary in order to carry out work on board a ship on board a ship under observation of the necessary safety. The student must meet the requirements for ElectroTechnical Rating (ETR), cf. Chapter III/7 of the STCW Convention.

Test requirements : Internal trial and duelibility test in the maintenance of the engine, cf. applicable qualification requirements ;

Central Theme :

1. Terminology -terminology in connection with repair and maintenance work on engines and auxiliary machinery, including electrical installations.

2. Diesel engines -the workflow of diesel, main parts and systems (fuel oil, lubricating oil, refrigeration and starting air), preparation, starting and stopping the diesel engine, the maintenance of the engine during operation and operational stim-specific assessment of which ; needs to be carried out in the case of operational disorders.

3. Eleca Work -tools used for electric assembly, proper execution of an electric assembly, principles for the correct use of materials and components related to electrical work, electrical work security.

Subject : Maintenance

The tradesman must obtain theoretical and practical qualifications through the teaching of theoretical and practical qualifications so that they can participate in the execution of regular maintenance work with the right tools and means under the observance of the applicable health and safety ; safety requirements.

Test requirements : Internal sample

Central Theme :

1. Handling of risks using cleaning and solvents -personal safety in cleaning and painting work, the safety of care, the meaning of danger symbols, R and S phrases and code numbers, in order to ensure compliance with the applicable safety and health requirements, processes of health and safety ; Paint tasks, measures for the prevention of pollution of the marine environment.

2. Cleansing, paints and sandblots. basic principles for the maintenance and cleaning of tanks, boilers, centrifuges, and defrosting equipment, etc., high-pressure cleansing, sanding, use of electric and printing tools.

3. Repair and lubrication -the lubrication system on board, the importance of the correct lubrication, use of lubrication, overhazing and repairing pumps, tyres machinery, auxiliary machinery and tool, help repair and oversee for the repairing and the cranial supervision.


Subject : Practical seamen

The tradesman shall obtain the necessary qualifications, so that the person with no work descriptions and drawings can carry out practical work on board with tufts and surgiers, and less transport tasks with different types of cranide.

Test requirements : Internal sample

Central Theme :

1. Handling of kran and lifting gear -theoretical and practical tasks in the cranial control and the lifting capability, the importance of the handling symbols and the container marking, the lifting gear and the use of numbers, and the use of cascade to the lifting of oil lakes and the fitting of the lifting of oil reserves ; these on manifold.

2. Handling of transport processes -the management of the transport process by drawing and radio conductor, the use of cranes for the transport of various minor burdens under the observance of all safety rules.

3. Knob, connectors, and spreads -the advantages and disadvantages of the different knots and rigid uses, eye spreads in the rib and braided two-way, information about the wishards, the use of waivers, piloting and boatswain chairs, among other things, and deflowers.

4. Surrender work -surround works of various topics on the trailerdeck, including the deaffy charge of airbags.

5. Ansuring and mooring- management of work and, in particular, safety in respect of anchoring and mooring work.

Subject : Vagyonly, sea-ways and ship techniques

The handyman must, through the teaching of education, obtain knowledge of basic principles and the provisions in force for watchkeeping on board ships. In addition, the handyman must be able to comply with the standard Regulation II/4 of the STCW Convention within the first set of time. Finally, the builder of basic training in marine engineering must be achieved in theory and in practical knowledge of the structure, direction and equipment of ships.

Test requirements : Internal trial and theoretical training for guardhouse certificate

Central Theme :

1. Vaginal team -the notice of watchkeeping in ships, and rules concerning. the attendance of parenthodots, the rudder commands in Danish and English.

2. Searching Rules -the international search rules, emergency signals, day signals, shiplights, vials, and commonly used signalling flags.

3. Seacards and compass -The structure of the sea card, including knowledge of the international waters of waters, the application of the compass in degrees and the relative firecamps.

4. Ships Structure the general structure, layout and equipment of ships, including the use of relevant terminology.

5. Central concepts within ship techniques ; -information on the centre of gravity, uptake, depth, stability, and factors affecting this.

Subject : Social and labour legislation

The handyman is to be able to obtain knowledge of maritime social legislation, disendilation and assembly, so that they are prepared for the special conditions that apply to a ship.

Test requirements : Internal sample

Central Theme :

1. Application -information on the preparation of the request for hire and the documents necessary for the extension of the contract to be filled in.

2. The sea man's slop -the seaman's slots, including employment terms and duties and rights of the seaman.


Subject : Maritime safety and maritime security

The handyman must, through theoretical and practical training, obtain qualifications in the field of maritime safety and the use and maintenance of life-medies necessary to be included in the safety crew on a ship.

Test requirements : An internal test and the dupliation of lifeboats, rafts and men-over-table boats, cf. the applicable qualification requirements may be issued only after the acquisition of sufficient speed, in accordance with the conditions laid down in the Community. Appearance of the qualification requirements for seafarers and seafarers, as well as on seafarers.

Central Theme :

1. Basic maritime safety and life-saving products -the prevention of various types of hazards and shipwreck, residing in cold water and treatment of cold-injured persons, requirements for and use of life-saving appliances and their equipment, the use of personal life-saving appliances and heatbelts.

2. Communications, preparedness, alarm and evac. -operation of emergency escape systems for life-rafts and both, correct use of emergency communication equipment and distress signals, proper behaviour in relation to assembly rollers, alarm signals and evacuation plans.

3. Rescue on use of liferafts and boats -release, rescue boat and consecutive raft, taking into account all safety requirements, the safety of the fleet, the search-service organisation and the rescue operation of the fleet, the rescue service and the helicopter rescue operation.

4. Maritimt security alert. security plan and security alert, risk and precaution, cf. applicable qualification requirements, knowledge of conditions of capture and the aftermath of such qualification.

5. Maintenance of life preservatives -oversight of engine lifeboats as well as maintenance of life-saving appliances.

Subject : Healthcare

The handyman must, through education, obtain the necessary skills to be able to provide first aid in the event of accidents and sudden illnesses. In addition, the handyman must be aware of general health conditions that are particularly related to the maritime profession.

Test requirements : Danish First Aid training course and internal test in maritim first aid

Central Theme :

1. Heating in heat -characteristics of hot, good advice on heating, heat and fire prevention, first aid to superheated person, acclimatisation.

2. Sailing in cold -the wrapping of the cold-damaged person, prevent exposure to cold, symptoms of exposure, first aid in moderate cooling.

3. Sexually transmitted diseases -Infecyment, symptoms, treatment, prevention.

4. Use of rusfunds -the symptoms of alcohol and drug abuse, first aid for alcohol and drug abuse.

5. Personal hygiene and ship hygiene -the purpose of personal hygiene, the purpose of general cleaning on board the ship, examples of diseases which may arise in the absence of hygiene.

6. Maritime health system -the organization and the actors, the alarm system for Radio Medical.

Subject : Fire Fighting

Through education, the handyman must be able to obtain knowledge of prevention and control fire. The handyman must gain an understanding of the establishment of fire protection in connection with maintenance works and must be able to show responsible behaviour at the time of open fire and fire-hazardous substances. Finally, the handyman must be able to use portable fire extinguishers, be aware of fire-extinguishing equipment on ships and obtain an understanding of ships ' fire-rollers.

Test requirements : Fighting training course in ships, cf. applicable qualification requirements ;

Central Theme :

1. Fire and fire extinguishing in ships -suitable portable fire extinguishers for extinguishing Class A, B, C, D and E fires and their hazards, alert and fire extinguishing systems on ships.

2. Precaterms, fire-proofing and fire-rolling -measures for the detection of fire, behaviour on the exception of fire area, fire safety in connection with maintenance work, the purpose of fire-rolling and guidelines for the preservation of fire-manoeuvres.

Subject : Work Security / Work Environment

Through education, the handyman will gain an understanding of the general safety and environmental conditions of the ship. In addition, the handyman must gain an understanding of the use of personal protective equipment and their proper use.

Test requirements : Internal sample

Central Theme :

1. Work Environment -applicable rules for working environment in commercial ships, rules on the trade-in safety organisation.

2. Personal protective equipment -correct application in the case of work and traffic in ships.

3. Dangerous goods -the labelling of substances which constitute a health and safety hazard, identification and description of the labelling and safety-related conduct of dangerous goods.

Subject : Basic tanker course

The handyman must, by means of education, obtain the necessary qualifications with regard to the safety and health risks associated with the loading-handling equipment board in tankers in order to be able to carry out the work on board during the operation ; observance of the requirements applicable to health.

Test requirements : Complete basic tankers ' course, cf. applicable qualification requirements ;