Order Ecd/1525/2015, On 21 July, Which Establishes The Curriculum Of The Formative Cycle Of Medium Corresponding To The Title Of Technician Degree In Navigation And Coastal Fishing.

Original Language Title: Orden ECD/1525/2015, de 21 de julio, por la que se establece el currículo del ciclo formativo de grado medio correspondiente al título de Técnico en Navegación y Pesca de Litoral.

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The Royal Decree 1144 / 2012, of 27 July, establishes the title of technician in navigation and fishing on coast and its minimum teachings, acts in accordance with the Royal Decree 1147 / 2011, July 29, which establishes the general management of the vocational training of the educational system, and in article 9 defines the structure of the titles of professional training and specialization courses , on the basis of the national catalogue of professional qualifications, the guidelines laid down by the European Union and other aspects of social interest and implements the mentioned title of technician in navigation and coastal fishing.

The organic law 2/2006, of 3 may, education, establishes the educational administrations to develop the curriculum of the titles of professional training, starting from the basic curriculum and under the conditions laid down in its article 6(4). Schools will develop and complete, where appropriate and as established by the educational administrations, the curriculum of the different stages and cycles in use of their autonomy as set out in chapter II of title V of the aforementioned organic law.

Corresponds to the educational administrations, within its sphere of competence, completed the curriculum of the training courses of vocational training, as set out in article 8 of the Royal Decree 1147 / 2011, July 29.

The Royal Decree 1144 / 2012, of 27 July, in his sole repeal provision, repeals the Royal Decree 747/1994, of 22 April, which establishes the curriculum of the training cycle of medium corresponding degree to the title of technician in fisheries and maritime transport, established under the auspices of the organic law 1/1990 of 3 October, of General Organization of the educational system.

In accordance with the above and one time that the Royal Decree 1144 / 2012, July 27, has set the professional profile of the title of technician in navigation and coastal fishing, the basic aspects of the curriculum and other aspects of the academic planning that ensure a common training and guarantee the validity of the titles throughout the national territory now determine, in the field of management of the Ministry of education, culture and sport, the expansion and contextualization of the contents of the professional modules included in the title of technician in navigation and coastal fishing, respecting the professional profile of the same.

The needs of a market of work integrated in the European Union require that the teachings of training pay special attention to the languages of the countries members, incorporating them into its training offer. In this sense, this training cycle includes in the curriculum for training in English language, in response to the provisions of the Royal Decree 1147 / 2011, July 29.

In addition, the curriculum of the training cycle is established since respect autonomy pedagogical, organisational and management of the centres that offer vocational training, promoting these teamwork of teachers and the development of plans of training, research and innovation in the teaching field and actions that promote the continuous improvement of the training processes.

On the other hand, professional training centres will develop the curriculum established in this order, taking into account the characteristics of the student body, with special attention to the needs of persons with disabilities.

Finally, it should be noted that this training cycle curriculum integrates scientific, technological and organizational established teachings aspects for students to acquire a global vision of the productive processes of the professional profile of the technical navigation and coastal fishing.

In the process of elaboration of this order has issued report of the State School Board.

For all of the above, in virtue, I have: chapter I General provisions article 1. Object.

This order is intended to determine, from the basic curriculum established in the Royal Decree 1144 / 2012, of 27 July, which establishes the title of technician in navigation and coastal fishing and fix their minimum educations, the curriculum of the training cycle of medium corresponding to the aforementioned title degree.

Article 2. Scope of application.

The curriculum established in this order will be of application in the field territorial of management of the Ministry of education, culture and sport.

Chapter II article 3 curriculum. Curriculum.

1. the curriculum for the teaching of vocational training of the educational system corresponding to the title of technician in navigation and fishing on coast established in the Royal Decree 1144 / 2012, of 27 July, is determined in the terms set out in this order.

2. the profile professional of the curriculum, that comes expressed by the competition general, them skills professional, personal and social, and the qualifications and them units of competition of the catalogue national of qualifications professional, is the included in the title of technical in navigation and fishing of coastal referred in the paragraph previous.

3. them objectives General of the curriculum of the cycle training, them objectives of them modules professional expressed in terms of results of learning and its criteria of evaluation are those included in the title of technical in navigation and fishing of coastal referred in the paragraph 1 of this article.

4. the contents of the professional modules that make up the present curriculum, adapted to the socio-economic reality as well as the prospects for economic and social development of the environment, are those set out in annex I of this order.

Article 4. Adaptation to the socio-productive environment.

1. the curriculum of the training cycle regulated by this order is established taking into account the socio-economic reality and the geographical, socio-productive and labor characteristics of the environment's implementation of the title.

2 vocational training centres will benefit necessary autonomy pedagogical, organisational and economic management for the development of the teachings and its adaptation to the specific characteristics of the socio-economic, cultural, and professional environment.

3. them centers authorized for impart this cycle training will realized and will develop them measures organizational and curricular that are more appropriate to them features of its students and of their environment productive, of way flexible and in use of its autonomy pedagogical, in the frame general of the project educational, in them terms established by the law organic 2 / 2006, of education.

4. the curriculum of the training cycle regulated by this order will take place in educational programs or curriculum development, enhancing or creating the culture of prevention of occupational hazards in the spaces where be given professional modules, as well as promoting a culture of environmental respect, excellence in work, compliance with standards of quality, creativity, innovation , the equality of genres and the respect to the equality of opportunities, the «design for all them people» and the accessibility universal, especially in relation to the people with disability.

Article 5. Adaptation to the educational environment.

1. the vocational training centres managed by the Ministry of education, culture and sport will develop the curriculum established in this order, taking into account the characteristics of the students and the environment, attending especially to persons with disabilities, in terms of accessibility and support resources needed to ensure that this student can study these teachings in the same conditions as the rest.

2. in addition, the teachings of this cycle will be taught with a flexible and open methodology based on self-learning and adapted to the conditions, capabilities and needs of students, so as to enable reconciliation of learning with other activities and responsibilities.

Article 6. Duration and sequencing of professional modules.

1. the total duration of the teachings relevant to this training cycle, including the professional training module in workplace, is 2,000 hours.

2. the professional modules of this training cycle, when they are offered on a face-to-face basis, will be organized in two academic years and shall be adjusted to the sequencing and weekly hourly distribution determined in annex II of this order.

3. the first academic year will take place entirely in the educational center. To be able to attend the second course, you will need to have passed the professional modules involving altogether, at least eighty percent of the hours of the first course.

4. ensure the right of registration of those who have completed a professional module in another autonomous community in the terms established in article 48.3 of the Royal Decree 1147 / 2011, July 29, which establishes the general management of the vocational training of the educational system.

5. in General, during the third quarter of the second year, and once achieved the positive assessment in all professional modules in the educational center, the professional training module will be developed in work centers.

6. exceptionally, and in order to facilitate the adjustment of the number of people registered to the availability of training in enterprises or organisations jobs, about half of the second year students may develop this module professional training in workplace during the second quarter of the second year, provided they have positively passed all the professional modules of the first academic year.

7. without prejudice to the foregoing, and as a result of the temporality of certain economic activities that can prevent the development of professional training module in workplace can conform to previous assumptions, this will organize in other periods coincide with the development of the economic activity of the professional profile of the title.

8. in any case, the evaluation of the professional training module in workplace will depend to the positive evaluation of the rest of the professional modules of the training cycle.

Chapter III faculty, spaces and facilities article 7. Qualifications and accreditation of teachers requirements.

1. the specialties of faculty with attribution teaching in professional modules that constitute the teachings laid down for the title referred to in article 1 of this order, as well as equivalent for the purpose of teaching qualifications, are the collected respectively in annexes III A and III B of the Real Decree 1144 / 2012, July 27.

2. to ensure the compliance of the article 12.6 of the Real Decree 1144 / 2012, of 27 of July, for the teaching of them modules professional that it make up, in centers of ownership private or of ownership public of other administrations different of them educational, is must accredit that is meets with all them requirements established in the cited article, providing the following documentation (: a) certified photocopy of the official academic title demanded, according to the qualifications listed in annex III C of Royal Decree 1144 / 2012, July 27. When linked with the professional module that you want to impart, the presented qualifications deemed that it encompasses the objectives of the module itself. ((In case contrary, in addition to the qualification, is provide them documents indicated in the paragraph b) or c).

(b) in the event that want to justify that teachings leading to the qualification provided encompasses the objectives of professional modules that is intended to provide:-personal academic certification of studies, original or authenticated, issued by official site, stating the teachings taken detailing the subjects.

-Programs of them studies contributed and completed by the person interested, original or photocopy thereof of them same, sealed by the own university or Center teaching official or authorized corresponding.

c) where it is necessary to justify through work experience, at least for three years, has developed its activity in the sector linked to the professional family, its duration will be credited with the corresponding supporting official document, which will be:-certification of the company or employer organization specifically indicating the activity carried out by the person concerned. This activity has to be implicitly related to the learning outcomes of the professional module which aims to impart.

-In the case of those who work on their own, statement by the person concerned of the most representative activities related to learning outcomes.

Article 8. Spaces and facilities.

Spaces and facilities which must comply with the vocational training centres, to enable the development of teaching activities, are those set out in annex III of this order and shall comply with the provisions of article 11 of the Royal Decree 1144 / 2012, of 27 July, as well as the legislation on equal opportunities, 'design for all' and universal accessibility , prevention of occupational health and safety in the workplace.

Chapter IV other offers and modality of these teachings article 9. Offer remote.

1. them modules professional offered to distance, when by their features it require, ensure to the students the achievement of all the objectives expressed in results of learning, through activities face-to-face.

2. the provincial directorates and the departments of education shall take the necessary measures and will give detailed instructions to centres authorized to deliver this training cycle in face-to-face mode, to start up and operation of the offer of the same distance.

3 authorised centres for imparting teachings of professional distance learning will have appropriate curriculum materials to be adapted to the provisions of the fourth additional provision of the organic law 2/2006 of 3 May.

Article 10. Combined offer.

In order to respond to the needs and personal interests and give the possibility to combine training with work, with other activities or situations, the offer of these teachings for adults and young people in special circumstances can be combined between regimes of classroom teaching and distance simultaneously, provided the same modules in two modalities do not take at the same time.

Article 11. Offer for adults.

1. the professional modules of this training cycle associated with units of competence of the national catalogue of professional qualifications may be a modular offer aimed at adults.

2. This training will be developed with an open and flexible methodology adapted to the conditions, capabilities and personal needs that allow them to reconciliation of learning with other activities and responsibilities, fulfilling the provisions of chapter I of title IV of the Royal Decree 1147 / 2011, July 29. In addition, this training will be capital to achieve a degree of professional formation, for which it will be necessary to prove the requirements of access.

3. with the aim of reconciling the learning with other activities and responsibilities, the provincial directorates and the departments of education may establish specific measures to fulfil the provisions of article 41 of the Royal Decree 1147 / 2011, July 29, and enable a range of face-to-face and distance simultaneously.

4. with the aim of promoting lifelong training, the Directorate-General of professional training of the Ministry of education, culture and sport may authorize the provincial directorates and the departments of education teaching, in the centers of their competence, professional modules organized in training units of shorter duration. In this case, each result of learning, with their criteria of evaluation and its corresponding block of content, will be the minimum and indivisible unit of partition.

Sole additional provision. Authorisation to impart these teachings.

Provincial and regional ministries of education processed authorization to the General Directorate of vocational training to be able to impart the teachings of this formative cycle of complete or partial form regime face-to-face and distance, of centres who request it and meet the requirements under the current legislation.

Available to transient only. Substitution of titles related to these teachings.

1. the students, at the end of the 2014-2015 school year, complying with the conditions required to attend the second course of the title of technician in fisheries and maritime transport, established by Royal Decree 724/1994, of 22 April, under cover of the organic law 1/1990 of 3 October, General Organization of the educational system, and that has not passed any of the professional modules of the first course of the mentioned title , will be with two calls in each one of them two years successive to be able to overcome such modules professional. After this period, in the school year 2017-2018, shall apply the validations, the overmatched modules, laid down in article 14 of the Royal Decree 1144 / 2012, of 27 July, regulated by the organic law 2/2006 of 3 may, education.

2. to students who at the end of the school year 2014-2015, not satisfying the conditions required to attend the second course of the title of technician in fisheries and maritime transport, established by Royal Decree 724/1994, of 22 April, under cover of the organic law 1/1990 of 3 October, General Organization of the educational system, apply you the cross credits and exemptions laid down in article 14 of the Royal Decree 1144 / 2012 27 July, regulated by the organic law 2/2006 of 3 may, education.

3 students that, at the end of the school year 2015-2016, does not meet the conditions required to obtain the title of technician in fisheries and maritime transport, established by Royal Decree 724/1994, of 22 April, under cover of the organic law 1/1990 of 3 October, General Organization of the educational system, will have two calls in each of two successive years to overcome such professional modules , with the exception of the training module in workplace for which you will have an additional school year. To the students that elapsed said period not had retrieved the title is you apply them validations, for them modules overmatched, established in the article 14 of the Royal Decree 1144 / 2012, of 27 of July, regulated by the law organic 2 / 2006, of 3 of mayo, of education.

Available end first. Application of the order.

The Directorate-General of professional training, is authorized in the scope of their powers, to adopt measures and enact the necessary instructions for the application of the provisions of this order.

Second final provision. Implementation of these teachings.

1 during the 2015-2016 will be implemented the first course of the formative cycle article 1 of this order refers to and they will impart the teachings of first course covered by the organic law 1/1990 of 3 October, General Organization of the educational system, corresponding to the Real Decree 724/1994, of 22 April, by which establishes the title of technician in fisheries and maritime transport.

2 during the 2016-2017 will be implemented the second year of the formative cycle article 1 of this order refers to and they will impart the teachings of second year covered by the organic law 1/1990 of 3 October, General Organization of the educational system, corresponding to the Real Decree 724/1994, of 22 April, by which establishes the title of technician in fisheries and maritime transport.

Third final provision. Entry into force.

This order shall enter into force the day following its publication in the "Official Gazette".

Madrid, 21 July 2015.-the Minister of education, culture and sport, Íñigo Méndez de Vigo and Montojo.

Annex I professional modules 1. Professional module: Navigation techniques and communications.

Code: 1027 content: to) defeats path: usefulness of publications of the quarter of defeat.

Rules of organization of maritime traffic.

Traffic separation schemes.

Identification of brands, lighthouses, beacons and buoys.

Characterization of nautical charts. Types. Scales. Interpretation of symbols. Licenses of letters ECDIS (System of information and visualization of the letter e).

Interpretation of the parameters of the defeat: coordinates of a point in the letter.



Point of landfall (WP).

Update of the publications nautical: reception of notices to the navigators.

Update on paper charts.

Updating of electronic charts.

Update paths and books of lighthouses.

Tides. Nomenclature and description of the phenomenon of the tides. Yearbook of tides.

Management of echo sounders.

Criteria for the layout of defeats.

Mapping of defeats in letters of paper.

Mapping of defeats in electronic instrumentation. Planning of defeats in the ECDIS. Planning of defeats in the system of Global Positioning (GPS).

The defeat of planned safety checks.

Organization of the material's defeat.

Standards of management of publications and material from defeat.

Use of the English language standardized in the layout of defeats using the charts and other nautical publications.

(b) realization of safe and effective coastal navigation: Fundamentals of the functioning of guidance systems.

Corrections to be applied to systems of orientation. Compass. Gyro.

Elements to compensate for deviations in the measure magistral: permanent magnetism and induced magnetism.

Correction of deviations of the gyro.

Total correction of Compass by obtaining: observations on the coast, turnouts and magnetic declination display board.

Management of instruments for obtaining lines of position.

Definition and mapping of lines of position from the observation of: markings, delays, shoals, and horizontal angles. Management of the taximeter and azimuth mirror.

Methods of positioning of the ship by lines of position: simultaneous and non-simultaneous.

Assessment of the reliability of the observed situations.

Influence of wind in the defeat. Estimation of the abatement. Correction of the abatement.

Influence of the current in the defeat. Determination of effective from the so-called current course and speed. Determination of the course to govern and/or speed machines.

Techniques of navigation in a traffic separation schemes.

Control of the defeat in restricted visibility situations.

(c) obtaining the estimated position of the vessel: definition of parameters.

Deduction of the formulas of esteem.

Analytical estimates navigation procedures: direct problem and indirect problem.

Use of nautical tables.

Abbreviated calculations systems.

Influence of wind in esteem.

Influence of the current in the estimates.

Methods of obtaining of the parameters of the current.

Errors of the estimates.

Procedures to minimize errors.

(d) determination of the situation of the ship to noon true and the correction total of the needle through observations astronomical to the Sun and to the polar: management of the Almanac nautical.

Use of the sextant: identification of elements.


Adjustment of mirrors.

Methods of determination of the error of index.

Techniques and precautions of handling.

Identification of favorable conditions for observation.

Obtaining of the time Universal (UT). Use and care of the stopwatch.

Correction of observed heights.

Utility of a straight of height.

Calculating abbreviated of the correction total by amplitudes.

Identification of the polar.

Calculation of the correction total by observation of the polar.

Situation by two straight of heights simultaneously.

Situation by straight from heights not simultaneous.

Simplified procedures for obtaining of the determinants of a height of the Sun straight.

Procedures abbreviated to obtain the position of a true noon.

To obtain the latitude by observation of the polar.

Celestial navigation software.

(e) operation of the radar: the radar basics.

Types of radars.

Limitations. Scope. Factors that affect the performance and accuracy.

Operation settings. Gain. Tuning. Length of the pulse. Scales.

Obtaining of markers, delays and distances.

Use of filters of rain or sea.

Identification of echoes critical.

Detection of errors, false echoes, interference and areas of shadow.

Modes of presentation. Advantages and disadvantages. Bow up. North up. Heading up. Real movements.

Principles of the kinematics applied to the radar.

Layout of the triangle of velocities.

Application practices.

Practice of the cinematic radar.

Use of indexes parallel.

Determination of the point more close of approach (CPA) and the time required to get to that point (TCPA) in situations of crossroads, turned found and scope.

Determination of directions and speeds own and of other boats.

Detection of changes of heading and speed of others ships and effects of such changes on the heading and the speed of the ship itself.

Applications of the indexing of parallel.

(f) interpretation of meteorological and oceanographic conditions: vertical structure of the atmosphere.

Characterization of the troposphere.

Variable weather. Description. Units of measure. Records.

Circulation general of the atmosphere.

Instruments weather on board: management.

Interpretation and utility of the information obtained.

Observation and forecast of the speed and direction of the wind: variable of which depend on the parameters of the wind.

Gradient horizontal from the pressure.

Wind real and wind apparent.

Scale Beaufort.

Methods of observation.

Observation and forecast of the State of the sea: Variables of which depends on the height of the waves.

Parameters of the waves.

Sea, wind and swell.

Scale Douglas.

Methods of observation.

Interpretation of weather forecasts. Sources. Types. Relevant information.

Types of fog and its causes: classification according to visibility.

Areas of fog forecast.

Characterization of the currents of the general scheme.

Local currents.

Use of the English language standardized in maritime meteorology.

(g) use of equipment of the GMDSS (General system operator world of relief and maritime security) / GMDSS (distress and maritime safety system): global relief and maritime security system: introduction to the system of relief and maritime security (GMDSS). Origin and purpose of the GMDSS.

Definition of areas A1, A2, A3 and A4.

Radio equipment for A1, A2, A3 and A4 navigation areas.

Certification in the GMDSS requirements.

Communication in the maritime mobile service: distress, urgency and safety communications.

Public correspondence.

Communications within port service.

Communications between ships and on board.

Stations in the maritime mobile service: ship stations.


Stations of practical or port services.

Aircraft stations.

Rescue coordination centers stations.

Frequency and propagation: radio spectrum and frequency bands.

Mechanisms of propagation for the bands of VHF (very high frequency), MF (medium frequency) and HF (high frequency). Main types of modulation and emission classes: frequency carrier and allocation of frequencies, bandwidth of different emissions.

Maritime mobile service frequencies: use of the frequencies MF, HF, VHF, and SHF (Super high frequency) in the mobile service maritime.

Channels: simplex, half duplex and duplex.

Phone HF, VHF, HF and NBDP (band close).

Frequencies of relief and safety of the GMDSS / GMDSS.

Frequencies of relief and security prior to the SMDSS/GMDSS system.

Principles General and features basic of the service Mobile maritime by satellite: communications by satellite: segment space of INMARSAT (International Mobile Satellite Organization).

Modes of communication.

Types of station on the service Mobile maritime by satellite: stations on Earth (CES), stations of coordination (NCS). Ship (SES) stations.

Characterization of a station in a boat teams: Guard receivers: controls and use of digital selective calling of VHF and MF/HF receivers.

VHF, MF/HF radio installations: typical controls and applications.

Installations of antennas VHF, MF/HF, satellite, antenna of the NAVTEX system. (Navigational Text Messages)

Energy sources: batteries: batteries: charging and battery maintenance: UPS System. (Uninterruptible power system)

Survival craft radio equipment: VHF two-way telephone radio apparatus.

Inspections and review of licenses and safety certificates.

Use effective of those documents and publications required.

Maintenance of the diary of the radio service.

Automatic identification system (AIS).

Satellite phone.

Digital selective calling (LSD): call format.

Category of calls: distress, urgency, safety and other communications and routines.

Identification (identification number of the service Mobile maritime) MMSI number: national ID: Group of call numbers: numbers of coastal stations, stations of boat numbers.

Test calls.

The radiotelex: General principles of systems NBDP (narrow-band direct printing Telegraph): controls and indicators.

Keyboard operations.

INMARSAT systems management: capacity in the use of the INMARSAT.

Boat INMARSAT b station

INMARSAT c ship stations

Other types of INMARSAT.

Applications of INMARSAT systems in GMDSS: INMARSAT a/b.



NAVTEX: Purpose of the NAVTEX system.

The NAVTEX frequencies.

Selection of coastal and message type: messages that can not be rejected.

(RBLS) distress beacons: beacons by satellite: features basic operation at 406.025 MHz. and 1.6 MHz.

Routine maintenance.

Radar transponder for search and rescue (SART): technical characteristics.

Mode of operation and maintenance of a SART.

Use of standard maritime vocabulary of IMO.

Use of the international code of signals.

2. professional module: Guard procedures.

Code: 1028.

Contents: a) Organization of the guards of sailing and anchoring (STCW and STCW-f): references to STCW-f and STCW Conventions.

Composition and organization of the guards: functions of the head of the guard.

Organization criteria.

Officers of the bridge team.

Applicable regulations.

Allocation of roles and responsibilities.

Study of the characteristics of the boat: features of maneuverability and Government.

Appreciation of distances from the points of view.

Calculation of speeds and loads.

Specification of supplies needed.

Tests of stability, openwork and seat.

Evaluation of the forecast weather: selection of sources.

Adequacy of the defeat according to the forecast weather.

Verification of defeats: management of instrumentation.

Security checks.

Preparation of reports of planning. Illustrations. Methods of registration. Quality control systems.

Register data and diaries. Electronic records.

Guard in waters under pilotage. Guard in coastal waters. Landfall and preparations for the arrival. Guard of anchorage. Guard at sea with low visibility.

(b) exercise of functions of the sailor of the guard: Organization of the seamanship guard periods.

Functions of the sailor on duty in the STCW-f and STCW Conventions.

Recognition of the characteristics of lights and markings in accordance with the regulations and nautical publications: ships.



Orders standard of maneuver: procedure of response oral to order.

Orders to machines.

Orders to rudder.

Orders to the stations of maneuver.

Use of devices bidirectional of waves metric.

Government of the boat in mode manual: description of good practices in the use of the system of Government.

Compliance of orders direct from position of the angle of shovel of the propellant or propellants.

Compliance with direct orders from angle position of the rudder or the directional system of Government shovel.

Government by reference to a relevant point of the coast.

Watchtower during the guard service: verification of course.

Comparison of the bars and error detection.

Sighting and identification of lighthouses, beacons and notable points of the coast.

Identification of lights and brands of boats.

Visual detection of the risk of collision or excessive approximation.

Notification of alleged anomalies to the officer of the watch.

Obligations of the sailor on duty in case of emergency: man overboard.

Notice of fire.

Notice of flood.

Destrincado accidental load.

Emergency funding.

Haphazard stranded.

(c) preparation of the guard as an officer during the sailing and anchoring of ships: identification of the functions of the officer of the watch. Requirements of the conventions STCW and STCW-f: Casuistry of accidents caused by a negligent exercise of the guard.

Identification of critical situations.

Identification of priorities.

Call to the captain.

Application of the RIPA in the exercise of the guard.

Potential risk of excessive to approach or small boats.

Control of the defeat of the ship during the guard of navigation: determination of the errors of the bars.

Determination of the situation by observations on the coast.

Determination of the situation through the calculation of estimates.

Representation in the letter of the situation gained through equipment and electronic AIDS: radar, satellite, among other positioning systems.

Representation in the letter of the location of esteem.

Correction of directions to keep the defeat established.

Maintenance of a defeat influenced by Oceanic and meteorological external agents.

Periodic Government systems check: servo-motors.

Auto-pilot. Change of mode in autopilot to manual mode and vice versa.

Government of the vessel in manual mode.

Adjustment controls.

NFU mode.

Emergency government systems.

Rudders of fortune.

Management and the ship with temporary Government.

Methods of delivery and receipt of guards.

Carrying out routine records and occurrences during the guard in the notebook blog.

Duties of the officer of the watch during anchoring.

Port guards.

Responsibility in the management of the main and auxiliary machines to remote control/automatic and direct control regime.

(d) use of electronic equipment and AIDS to navigation: electronic equipment and AIDS to navigation. Types. Functions. Connections.

Management of the functions of the ARPA (Radar automatic tap): Fundamentals, types, errors and limitations.


Programming of alarms.

Management of the harp in relative movements.

Management of the harp in real movements.

Advanced functions.

Applications of the harp in areas of high traffic congestion.

Management of the functions of GPS: background, basics and types.

Introduction to global satellite navigation (GNSS) systems. Types of satellite systems.

Mistakes and shortcomings.

Introduction of the point of landfall.

Display modes.

Programming of alarms.

Special functions. Applications of the harp in areas of high traffic congestion.

Management of the functions of the AIS (automatic system, maritime identification): fundamentals.

Introduction of the data of the own ship.

Modes of presentation of data.

Programming of alarms.

Transmission and reception of messages.

Advanced functions.

Guarantees and requirements that must be met by electronic nautical charts and the installation of the systems of information and visualization (SICVE).

Management of EC-DIS (electronic nautical charts) functions: Fundamentals, types, errors and limitations.


Programming of alarms.

Applications of the EC-DIS harp signal overlap in areas of high traffic congestion.

Use of the autopilot: modes.


Change of servo motor.

Change of automatic control to manual control and vice versa. Risks and limitations of use.

Integrated bridges. The integrated navigation system (INS and IBS) components.

(e) carrying out communications with other stations during the guard: management of GMDSS/GMDSS equipment: controls and typical applications of transceivers on board. VHF, MF/HF.

Use and management of the radiotelex.

Use and configuration of the NAVTEX.

Maintenance of the diary of the radio service.

Annotations in the guard.

Review of equipment, emergency power supplies: batteries, antennas. Beacons, SART and handheld VHF.

Management and maintenance routines.

INMARSAT stations. Reception and transmission of messages and data. Direction of the antenna.

The satellite phone.

The radiogoniometer.

Distress communications: implementation of relief communications.

Protection of distress frequencies. Standards.

Calls from relief, emergency and safety LSD. Transmission of a call. Retransmission of a call.

Transmission of a call of relief by a station that not be involved in the relief.

Reception and acknowledgement of a call of warning of LSD by a station coastal and by a station from a boat.

Traffic of relief: communication in the place of the emergency. SAR operations.

Cancellation of false alarms of distress.

Urgency and safety communications: meaning of urgency and safety communications: emergency services radiomedicos communications, transport doctors and safety communications.

Receipt of information of maritime safety (ISM).

Reception by NAVTEX.

Notices to navigation transmitted by radiotelephone.

Communication of distress, urgency and safety by boats not subject alone to only use radiotelephony.

Use of the English language, both written as spoken, to the satisfactory exchange of relevant communications with the safety of human life at sea.

Use of the international code of signals and standard phrases of the IMO.

Use of the international phonetic alphabet.

Effective use of compulsory documents and publications.

Maintenance of the diary of the radio service.

Realization of general communications procedures: selection of methods depending on the situation.

Lists of traffic. Calls of radiotelephony (methods of call to a coastal station for radio telephony), request a call and ending a call.

Traffic rates: international system of pricing, code AAIC. Meaning of the tariff Board and the rate of coastal station: currency used in international payment system. Practice of the routines of traffic.

(f) emergency procedure: typology of possible emergencies during the navigation.

Correction or attenuation of possible damage to machines by failure or defect known through announcements and readings from the control panel indicators.

Reception and transmission of messages of distress and safety at sea during the guard. Visual distress signals. Responders radar. Radio and print messages. Specific signals from the CIS and Morse.

Immediate actions in case of alert: with and without flow approach.


Haphazard stranded.

Shift in burden.

Alarms by anomalies in the operation of the main engine, auxiliary and system of Government, among others.

Practice of intervention in search operations and assistance to vessels in danger: coordination with other units of search and rescue services.

Execution of procedures of search with one or more boats.

Execution of the towing of the damaged vessel.

Practice of the manoeuvre's collection of man overboard.

More favorable for man collecting water evolution.

Review of operations carried out.

Available to the media to give or take towing at sea: viability of the trailer. Characteristics of the tug. Characteristics of towing. External conditions.

Determination of the parameters to perform a crawl safely.

Composition of the tow line. Use of the towing chain.

Procedure for delivery or take the trailer in the sea and in adverse weather conditions.

Fishing by trawlers vessels towing.

Trailer of confinement of fish cages.

Release and recovery of the towing line maneuver.

Prevention of loss of control situations.

Application of techniques of towing at sea.

Registration of transactions in the log.

(g) implementation of port maneuvers such as pattern of coastline in adverse circumstances: consultation and assessment of the weather conditions.

Identification of criteria of leadership to carry out successfully the command and Government of the boat.

Development of checklists before the maneuvers of moorage and dock.

Use of emergency funding.

Use of standard for terminology: establish communication with the VTS / STM or practical station.

Give orders to machines, the helmsman and stations in the bow and stern.

Execution of maneuvers in adverse conditions of wind or current: optimization of the management of propellers and rudder to control the movements of the vessel.

Exit manoeuvre techniques.

Turn on clearance techniques.

Techniques for approaching the berth.

Rethinking of maneuvers.

Use of anchors.

Abarloamiento maneuvers.

Tip with wind through berths.

Use of lanyards.

Execution of manoeuvres in shallow waters (rivers and estuaries).

Control of the vessel in conditions of wind and current adverse, including sailing.

Manoeuvre techniques associated with the approach and practical abarloamiento.

Roles and responsibilities of the pilot.

3. professional module: Fishing coastline.

Code: 1029.

Contents: a) using techniques of Arts Assembly and Assembly of fishing gear: selection of Arts and fishing, according to the type of ship.

Elements and functions of different rigs and fishing gear. Height and length of the network. Ropes. Mesh. Power of drag. Yields.

Plans for the arts.

Technical documentation.

Fishing regulations.

Assembly of Arts and fishing techniques: knots, meshes, cloths, cloths assemblies, seams, joints of ropes and cables, and draws of hooks.

Symbols and abbreviations.

Measures of fishing gear.

Materials bonuses for the construction of fishing gear: threads and ropes, cables and wires, cloths. Leads and corks, hooks, traps and accessories.

Fisheries technical vocabulary.

Supplies and tools.

Use of tools.

Gauges and meters.

Verification of the behavior of the arts.

(b) operations of maintenance of Arts and gear from fishing: description of the faults.


Techniques of maintenance of them arts and rigs: knots, meshes, cuts of cloths, seams, assemblies of cloths, joints of capes and cables, and draws of hooks.

Characteristics of the elements damaged of the arts.

Useful and tools.

Technical manual for repair.

Prevention of the recurrence of a breakdown.

Management of the tools.


Preparation of cloths of networks.

(c) operations with ropes and cables associated with the maneuvers and fishing: materials and tools.

Safety standards.

Characterization of los cabos: elements.



Technical information: loads of work and break.

Characterization of cables: elements.



Precautions in the handling of cables.

Technical information: loads of work and break.

Type, application and implementation of the most common knots. Practice of complex knots.

Practice techniques for abozar.

Elaboration of Gathas.

Preparation of seams. Cabos. Cables. Mixed.

(d) detection of the school: bathymetry of the area of fishing.

Features of the equipment and other aid to the fishing: types.



Techniques of management.

Documentation technique.

Characteristics of the species being caught. Habitat. Behavior.

Influence of environmental factors: weather.


Fishing charts.

Management of computer and electronic equipment for the recording and registration.

Kinematics applied to fishing.


(e) fishing maneuvers: forms of work of Arts and gear used in fishing operations: trawling, purse seines, longlines and other arts.

Characterization of the machinery used in fishing operations: haulers, spuds, winches, sensors and special machinery.

Auxiliaries used in the operation of fishing gear: running rigging.


Pin tuck.

Special elements of every art.

Auxiliary boats.

Functions and organization of the crew on deck during fishing operations. Minimum crew.

Distribution of media on deck during the manoeuvre.

Opening of trawl and depth calculations.

Marking of fishing gear.

Maneuvers of pinched and turned the different fishing gear: pelagic trawl.

Bottom trawling.



Other minor arts.

Precautions in adverse weather conditions.

Precautions in adverse weather conditions.

Factors that may affect safety during the slaughter. Measures to be taken in fuss.

Monitoring and interpretation of the information provided by aid to fishing electronics.

Characterization and registration of histograms.

(f) Organization of handling operations and processing of the raw material: biology and morphology of the species of commercial interest: fish, molluscs, crustaceans, and others.

Fishing village.

Sanitization of facilities, equipment, materials and personnel: methods.



HACCP (hazard analysis and critical Control points).

Techniques of classification of the catches: by species, by sizes and by degree of freshness.

Useful and catches handling equipment: types, functions, and management techniques.


Hygienic-sanitary regulations.

Operations of sectioned catches: chop (conservation).

Chop (bait).

Cut into slices.



Regulation of discards and waste generated.

Card Manipulator.

For sale at auction.

Distribution to the part.

(g) details of the operations of processing, preservation, packaging and stowage of fishing: elements of development and conservation of catches: types.


Management techniques.

Materials used auxiliary raw.

Techniques of catches.

Tools and equipment for the conservation of catches.

Management of tooling and equipment.

Handling and management of products processes: heavy, packaging, labelling and others.

Conservation of catches: amount of ice, freezing, temperature in refrigerators or wineries and others time.

Pretreatments of cleaning and conditioning of catches.

Sanitization of facilities, housing and staff.

Unloading of the goods according to the system of conservation and destination.

(h) assessment of the performance extractive of the grounds: principles of a fishing responsible.

Target environmental impact of fishing according to the species.

Indicators of the State of a fishery: species, sizes and quantities caught.

Limitation of the Arts: light of the meshes.

Number of hooks.

Limitation of catches: minimum sizes.

Periods of vedas.

Techniques for measuring, signalling and marking of an individual.

Interpretation of the catches per unit of effort (CPUE).

Determination of usable secondary species quotas.

Glossary of FAO.

Fishing regulations.

Treatment of discards and waste.

Exploitation rational of a fishery.

Comparison of histograms.

(i) compliance with the standards of prevention of occupational hazards in fishing operations: comparative analysis of work accidents in the fishing industry.

Identification of risks of accident and its most frequent causes.

Identification of the current regulations: regulations, general and specific, part A of the code of safety for fishermen and fishing vessels of FAO-ILO-IMO.

Prevention of risks: active safety measures applicable to every situation. Signaling.

Security features: functions and use of personal protective equipment.

Protection and emergency equipment stops.

Standards of order and cleanliness of work areas.

Psychosocial risk factors. Stress. Mental fatigue. Routine.

Instruments to improve job security: educational aspects.

Organizational aspects.

Personal interventions.

Attitudes of the pattern.

4. professional module: Dispatch and management of the ship.

Code: 1030.

Contents: a) determination of provisioning and stowage of supplies, ammunition and consumption: procurement of the ship: Variables.

Determination of stock.

Media consumption.

Safety margins.


Fresh water.



Customs regulations.

Stowage of supplies and ammunition: identification and conditions which must comply with the spaces. Bunkers. Fridges. Stores.

Hygienic-sanitary regulations.

Food handling.

Storage and segregation of food standards.

Means of loading and stowage of ammunition and supplies. Cranes, feathers, gear, vehicle ground.

Control of stocks. Development of templates for the drafting of orders. Notions basic of Accounting Board.

Management of the water.

Procedures of prevention of the pollution in the supply of fluids.

(b) administration of the documentation associated to the dispatch of the vessel and to the Administration fisheries: nature legal of the ship.

Control of the ship by the State of port (MOU).

Register of ships. Lists.

Structure of the Administration maritime national: coastguard maritime. Categories, structure organizational and functions relevant.

Authority port.

Features administrative of the pattern.

Identification of the documentation officer of the ship: daily official.

Patent of navigation.

Certified. Periods of validity.

Procedures that must follow the pattern to renew a certificate.

Titles and certificates of specialty required to the crew.

Description of the administrative procedures of coming and desenrole.

Identification of requirements to be met by the crew in terms of qualification. National degrees. Endorsed qualifications.

Rules and regulations governing the clearance of vessels: International Maritime Organization (IMO).

Convention of facilitation of transport (FAL).

Order on the release of the ship.

Fishing rules affecting the office of the ship (census, fishing quotas, among others).

Role of dispatch and endowment, enrollment and maritime book.

Labour standards affecting the office of the ship (contract, registration and high in Social Security, among others).

National and international health regulations.

Functions of the consignee.

Review of the documentation associated to the activity of the ship: registration of the vessel in the Census operating of the fleet fishing.

Cessation definitive of the activity fishing.

Renewal of fleet.

Contribution of low.

Change of activity fisheries.

Record of landing / transshipment of the Community European.

Journal of fishing of the Union European.

Journal of navigation.

Waste Declaration.

Manifest of cargo.

(c) intervention in alleged offences that affect to the ship: responsibility of the pattern.

Casuistry of behaviors negligent.

Applicable regulations. National. International.

Procedures that there is that follow in case of: approach, help and rescue, trailer of different natures, shipwreck, findings, acts of piracy and attacks, among others.

Performance of third parties.

Protests of sea. Types. Drafting. Handling of protests.

Characterization of marine insurance: functions, modalities and elements.

Functions of the clubs of protection.

Rules that regulate the protection physical of the crew and common of the ship (code ISPS). Records ISPS.

Structure and powers of the society's rescue and security maritime (SASEMAR).

(d) prevention of the pollution operational: sources of pollution marine.

Consequences environmental of the contamination by wastes: waste solid inorganic.


Waste solid organic.

Water grey.

Waters coming from the bilges.

Analysis of the impact of operational pollution from ships.

The MARPOL requirements.

Operational pollution prevention plans.

Treatment of solid waste. Organization of the separate collection on board. Port collection facilities.

Treatment of waste from the bilges.

Treatment of grey water.

Awareness-raising on board. Signage and information to crew and passengers. Incorporation of habits. Awareness-raising activities that may be performed on board.

(e) implementation of the ISM Code: code International's security management (ISM) Description: purpose, criteria and structure.

Implementation of the code. Identification of protocols and records.

Methods of verification.

Consequences of negligent management.

(f) rights of navigation and fisheries exploitation analysis: modes of operation of the ship.

History of international maritime law.

International Convention on the law of the sea.

Definition of maritime areas: inland waters.

Territorial sea.

Contiguous zone.

Exclusive economic zone.

Continental shelf.

High seas.

Legal nature of the maritime spaces.

Exercise of the coastal country's sovereignty.

Rights and obligations of ships: territorial sea.

Exclusive economic zone.

Continental shelf.

High seas.

International crimes: trafficking of drugs, terrorism and piracy.

Fisheries exploitation rights.

Analysis of cases.

5. professional module: English.

Code: 0156.

Contents: a) analysis of oral messages: messages daily and professional understanding: direct, telephone, radio and recorded messages.

Terminology of the professional area of the technical navigation and coastal fishing.

Ideas main and secondary.

Grammatical resources: tenses, prepositions, idioms, expression of the condition and doubt, use of the passive voice, relative sentences and indirect style, prepositional verbs, verbs manners and others.

Other linguistic resources. Functions: tastes and preferences, suggestions, arguments, user agreements and disagreements, hypothesis and speculation, opinions and advice, persuasion and warning.

Different accents of language oral.

Identification of records with varying degrees of formality according to the communicative intention and the context of communication.

Use of strategies to understand and infer meanings from context of words and expressions unknown information implied in oral texts on professional issues.

(b) interpretation of written messages: prediction of information from textual and non-textual elements in texts written on diverse topics.

Digital, bibliographic, and computer resources to solve problems of comprehension or to seek specific information necessary for the accomplishment of a task.

Comprehension of messages, texts, professional and everyday commodities:

Telematic media: fax, e-mail and burofax, among others.

Terminology of the professional area of the technical navigation and coastal fishing. Analysis of the errors more frequent.

Main idea and secondary ideas: identification of the communicative purpose, textual elements and the way of organizing the information distinguishing the parts of the text.

Grammatical resources: tenses, prepositions, verbs with prepositions, use of the passive voice, prayers of relative, indirect style, manners and others.

Logical relationships: opposition, concession, comparison, condition, cause, purpose, result.

Temporal relationships: prior, subsequent, and concurrency.

(c) production of oral messages: records used in the issuance of messages oral according to the degree of formality.

Terminology of the professional area of the technical navigation and coastal fishing.

Grammatical resources: tenses, prepositions, verbs with prepositions, idioms, expression of the condition and doubt, use of the passive voice, prayers of relative, indirect style, manners and others.

Other resources language. Purpose: tastes and preferences, suggestions, arguments, instructions, agreements and disagreements, hypothesis and speculation, opinions and advice, persuasion and warning.

Phonetics. Sounds and vowel phonemes and their combinations and sounds and consonantal phonemes and their groupings.

Linguistic markers of social relations, rules of courtesy and differences in registration.

Maintenance and monitoring of oral discourse: informal conversations improvised on everyday issues and of their professional field. Participation. Personal opinions. Exchange of information of personal interest.

Resources used in the planning elementary of the message orally to facilitate the communication. Sequencing of oral discourse.

Takes, maintenance and transfer of the speaking time.

Support, demonstration of understanding and request for clarification, among others.

Intonation as a resource of cohesion of the oral text: use of intonation patterns.

(d) issuance of written texts: elaboration of a text. Planning. Use of strategies: ideas, review of drafts and cohesive paragraphs.

Expression and filling in everyday and professional texts and messages.

Curriculum vitae and telematic media: fax, e-mail and burofax, among others.

Terminology of the professional area of the technical navigation and coastal fishing.

Main idea and secondary ideas. Communicative purpose of textual elements and the way of organizing the information distinguishing the parts of the text.

Grammatical resources: tenses, modal verbs, prepositions, verbs with prepositions, idioms, using passive voice sentences of relative and indirect style. «Links: «because of», «since», «although», «even if», «in spite of», «despite», «however» in contrast» and others.

Sequencing of the written speech: «first», «after», «»then, «finally».

Derivation: suffix to form adjectives and nouns.

Logical relationships: opposition, concession, comparison, condition, cause, purpose, result and consequence.

Temporal relationships: prior, subsequent, and concurrency.

Textual coherence: adaptation of the text to the communicative context.

Type and format text.

Variety of language. Registration.

Lexical, syntactic structures and relevant content selection.

Home of the speech and introduction of the topic. Development and expansion: exemplification and conclusion and summary of the speech.

Use of punctuation marks.

Writing, support paper and digital, descriptions of professional experiences and events, narration of events, real or imagined, correspondence, reports, summaries, news or instructions, clear, simple language and enough fitness grammatical and lexical.

Elements graphics to facilitate the comprehension: illustrations, tables, graphics or typography and in support paper and digital.

(e) identification and interpretation of the most significant cultural elements of the countries of foreign language (English): assessment of the socio-cultural and formal rules in international relations.

Use of those resources formal and functional in situations that require a behavior socio-professional to project a good image of the company.

Recognition of the foreign language to deepen knowledge resulting from lifelong personal and professional interest.

Use of records appropriate to the context of communication, the interlocutor, and the intent of the partners.

Interest in the good presentation of the texts written on paper and digital, both with respect to grammatical, orthographic and typographic standards.

6. module Professional: Security maritime.

Code: 1032.

(Content: to) review of the plan of emergency to the situation of abandonment: characterization of the emergency maritime.

Regulatory, depending on ship type references.

Analysis of maritime accidents.

Structure and minimum contents of the emergency plan.

Structure and minimum contents of the COICE.

Identification of emergency signals.

Interpretation of rescue planes and IMO symbols.

Characterization of the life-saving appliances: singles.

Survival craft.

Rescue boats.

Systems launching and embarkation.

Other (throwing, PA system).

Passenger ships-rescue devices.

Ships rescue boats and survival equipment.

Procedures and planning of maintenance and inspection of the life-saving appliances.

Preparation of control lists.

Training of the crew and passengers.

Control and assisting passengers in emergency situations.

(b) media and abandonment and survival techniques: radio equipment for distress: bidirectional (GMDSS) VHF radiotelephone apparatus.

Transponder radar (GMDSS).

Location of claims (GMDSS) beacons.

Personal beacons.

Water survival techniques: using individual rescue, without life-saving appliances devices.

Use of means of implementation to launching and embarkation and recovery of survival craft and rescue with and without bad weather boats.

Characterization of marine evacuation systems (month - passenger ships).

Handling of survival craft and rescue with and without bad weather boats.

Survival on board survival craft techniques.

Pyrotechnic signals equipment: rocket flares with parachute, Bengal hand and floating smoke signals.

(c) preventing and fighting fires on board: normative references.

Planning of maintenance and inspection of the media and fire-fighting equipment and procedures.

Theory of the fire and its main features.

Classification of fire (for fuel).

Propagation of heat.

Explosions: concepts and types.

Mechanisms of extinction.

Fire extinguishing agents: gaseous, solid and liquid.

Containment of a fire using structural divisions.

Prevention in the load of dangerous goods and fire-fighting. Bulk (bulk cargoes code / IMO). In bundles (code IMDG / IMO).

Precautions against fire and risks associated with the storage and handling of materials.

Picture of obligations and instructions for emergencies (COICE).

Fire alarm signals.

Signage and fire-fighting plane / IMO.

Training manuals.

Red fire and their complements: fire pumps.

Of emergency fire pump.


Spears / nozzles.


International connection to Earth.


Fire detection: detection and alarm Center.

Detectors of smoke.

Detectors of temperature.

Detectors of calls.

Detectors of fumes.

Systems of detection of smoke by extraction of samples.

Facilities fixed of fight against fires: of foam, of dust, of water, of anhydride carbonic (CO2) and of other gases.

Ways of evacuation and its signage. Systems of lighting to low height (ships of passage).

Team breathing for evacuation of emergency (AREE).

Organization and tactics of fighting fires at sea or in port.

Use of the water for the extinction of fires. Effects on the stability, precautions and measures corrective.

Control of the fans, including the extractors of smoke.

Control of the fuel and of those systems electrical.

Risks of the process of the fight against fire. Distillation in dry. Reactions chemical. Fires in the fireplaces of boilers.

Research and collection of information on causes of fire.

(d) use of fire fighting equipment: adequacy of means and used according to the type of fire extinguishing agent.

Mobile and portable equipment for fire-fighting and its use: fire extinguishers.


Generating low expansion foam Lance.

Recharging of extinguishers.

Fireman's outfit and its use: protective clothing.


Safety boots and gloves.

Safety Lantern.


Lifeline fireproof.

Team of breath autonomous (was) and its use: bottle, trellis, mask and regulator of low pressure.

Costumes of protection chemistry and their use.

Use of hoses and Spears to turn off fire of fuel liquid and gaseous.

Generation and use of foams: low expansion, medium expansion and high expansion.

(e) flood control: references with rules.

Planes and damage control manual.

Doors and watertight joints: hinge, vertical, and slide lock.

Water routes.

Props. Direct compression method. Triangular method. Rectangular method.

Tamponade inside or outside of pathways of water.

Patching of pipes.

Portable bilge equipment: pumps, ejectors and hoses.

Establishment of the limits of a flood.

Duct main, direct and of emergency for the bilge of the bilges and of them local that drain: procedures and planning of the maintenance and of the inspection of facilities fixed and equipment portable of bilge.

(f) prevention and fight against the contamination: reference policy.

Effects of accidental pollution of the marine environment.

Vulnerable sea areas.

Basic environmental protection procedures.

Knowledge on prevention of pollution of the marine environment.

Contingency plan for accidental spills of oil or other polluting substances (SOPEP/SMPEP).

Techniques of fight against pollution by hydrocarbons.

Chemical pollution control techniques.

Cleaning techniques: in port and coast.

Equipment and means of pollution control and criteria of use.

Procedures of use, cleaning and preservation of equipment.

Management of waste on board.

7. professional module: Health care on board.

Code: 1033.

Contents: a) determination of preventive measures for health: individual and collective hygiene: hygiene of the skin.

Hygiene of the organs of the senses.

Hygiene of clothing, footwear and work teams.

Mental hygiene.

Hygiene in adverse climates.

Order and cleanliness.

Hygiene of the ship and the cargo: enabling spaces and cargo spaces.

Vessel sanitation techniques.

Parasitology and epidemiology.

Environmental health: ventilation, heating, cooling, air conditioning and lighting.

Food hygiene: food and water. Nutritive substances. Balanced diet. Risks of malnutrition.

Analysis and evaluation of the main risks on board vessels: map of risks and measures of prevention and protection.

Basic legislation on occupational accidents, occupational diseases and occupational risk prevention.

Preventive training of crew activities.

Drug, alcohol abuse and other psychiatric emergencies: consequences of acute alcohol poisoning and effects of drugs on safety on board. Major drugs of abuse and its effects.

Vaccination in the worker of the sea.

Health regulations.

Book of naval hygiene.

Physical education.

Regulatory medicine cabinet types and composition. Identification codes of the material included in the Kit.

(b) initial patient assessment: techniques for the intake of vital signs.

Examination of the patient: assessment of the State of consciousness or unconsciousness of the patient.

Quantify the carotid pulse and radial.

Quantify the respiration.

Taking temperature.

Pupillary reflex.

Basic medical history.

Elementary exploration techniques: head and neck, chest, abdomen, and extremities.

Structure and main functions of equipment and systems of the human body. Practical location.

Signs and symptoms of urgency.

Pathologies and situations requiring medical consultation by radio.

Radius of medical information services. Radio medical procedure manuals.

Medical international on-Board Guide. Medical section of the CIS.

Standardized vocabulary of communications.

Health terminology in English.

Psychological principles and techniques of communication in accident and emergency situations: asistente-accidentado communication.

Psychological support to emergency situations.

Personal attitudes that facilitate or impede communication.

Principles of general psychology.

Psychology of the victim. Communication asistente-familia.

(c) Organization of the rescue, relocation and evacuation of sick and injured on board: media rescue aboard: maneuvers with gear.

Use of machines and tools.

Management of ropes and cables.

Material safety.

Protective equipment.

Methods of rescue and transportation of an injured/ill person: two maneuvers with a single lifeguard: rescue of a casualty of narrow places and rescue of a person for their evacuation staircase.

Two maneuvers with two lifeguards: chairs, two- and three-hands. Three maneuvers with several lifeguards for possible injured spinal column: techniques to be used.

Collection of an injured.

Evaluation of the transmission of a sudden or injured patient.

Preparation of the injured/sick for their evacuation or transfer: application of first aid measures.

Beds: types, use in a ship, making beds using conventional or non-specific means.

Means of preventive detention of the lesions.

Immobilization techniques: a fracture.

Of the wounded in case of spinal cord trauma.

The accident injured manipulation techniques.

Camilla positioning techniques.

Trincado operations and release of the patient.

Techniques of immobilization and transportation using non-specific materials or fortune.

Evacuation techniques.

Planes of Chamber machines, cellars, tanks and general layout of the ship.

d) care and basic health care: principles of drug administration: methodology for use of drugs.

Incompatibilities between drugs. Side effects.

Expiration and the updating of the material of the first aid kit.

Concept of active principle and trade name.

Danger of administration of drugs without a prescription.

Reserved use of morfinas.

Aseptic techniques.

Hygienic care: hygienic measures of room and bed.


Wounds and burns. Basic treatment. Types. Symptomatology. Realization of cures. Protection. Major complications.

Wounds susceptible suture with adhesive tape points.

Techniques and routes of administration of medication: oral, sublingual, inhalation, eye, skin, rectal and parenteral.

Injectables. Parenteral needles. Indications.

Techniques for the administration of intramuscular injections.

Presentation of medicinal products: creams, ointments, lotions, powders, solutions, capsules, tablets and tablets.

Report of assistance.

(e) application of the techniques of first aid: first aid medical terminology.

First aid: concept, principles, objectives and limits.

First aid manuals.

Action in first aid protocols.

Bleeding: types. Containment of hemorrhages.

Shock: causes and symptoms.

Injuries caused by heat and cold. Hypothermia: symptoms and measures to be taken.

Party hard, cranial and spinal trauma: symptoms.

Sprains, dislocations and fractures.

Intoxications: routes of entry of toxic in the body, symptoms and actions before an intoxicated patient. Poisoning by alcohol and narcotic drugs.

Stress management strategies.

Foreign bodies: in the skin, eyes, ears and nose.

Electrical accidents. Electrocution: injuries caused by electricity and lightning.

Pictures seizure: epilepsy and other pictures seizure.

Techniques of resuscitation cardiorespiratory Basic (RCP).

Methods to unblock it via air and facilitate her breathing.

Techniques of ventilation: ventilation without equipment.

Massage cardiac external.

8. module Professional: facilities and services.

Code: 1034.

(Content: to) characterization of systems propellants and machines auxiliary: identification of the components that integrate the plant driving: service of fuel.

Services auxiliary: water fresh, sanitary, bilge, fire and ballast, among others.

Characterization of internal combustion engines.

Types, main features and applications.

Identification of elements and circuits: boot, lubrication and cooling, among others.

Parameters of work of the system drive.

By engine and power. Consumption and yields.

Criteria of efficiency energy.

Revolutions critical.

Features differential of those Motors marine.

Thermodynamics of the engines.

Diagrams of combustion cycles.

Drawings of engine compartment.

Diagrams of the installations.

The propulsion engine alarm box.

Detection and assessment of fault in the propulsion engine.

Description of the line shafts and propeller.


Seal of the speaker systems.


Operation of lateral propulsion systems.

Electric propulsion.

Characterization of the plant electrical: systems of generation of current power.

Criteria of efficiency energy.

Engines auxiliary. Parameters of operation.

Elements of control, protection and control.

Pictures of distribution of energy electric.

Generators of energy electric.

Engines of current continuous and of running AC.

Review of the accumulators of load power.

DC and AC on board circuits.

Systems of signalling and emergency of safety in the navigation.

Connections to Earth.

Prevention of the corrosion in the systems of propulsion.

Introduction to the new technologies to improve the efficiency energy.

(b) verification and control of the machinery of fishing, them systems hydraulic and them facilities cold storage of the vessel:

Principles of operation, applications and basic terminology of facilities and systems: hydraulic. Hydraulic rudder system checks.


Working parameters.

More frequent breakdowns.

Basic maintenance operations.

Description and management of electrical and electronic control systems. Instruction books. More frequent breakdowns.

Description, management and control of machinery and fishing park traction elements: elements and operation of fishing razors.

Haulers network.

Rigging Assistant.

Rigging and equipment auxiliary of the Park's fishing.

Basic control and preventive maintenance operations.

More frequent breakdowns.

Principles of operation of the systems of regulation and control applied to the equipment of the Park of fishing: Automation.







Verification and control of refrigeration plants for conservation: schemes.

Principles of operation.

Identification of components. Control knobs. Emergency stops.

Basic control and preventive maintenance operations.

More frequent breakdowns.

Fluid refrigerants.

Thermal insulation.

(c) care of alarms and resolution of dysfunctions in control systems and computer facilities of the bridge: Custom Variables and units.

Use of the multimeter to measure resistance, currents, voltage and continuity.

Identification of operating parameters of power supplies, transformers and rectifiers.

Parts of a system: input devices, devices of the signal processing and output devices.

Technologies used in the systems of regulation and control.

Applications of systems of regulation and control.

Control of levels, pressures and temperatures.

The computer system and its basic operation.

Functional units of a computer system: the central processing unit. The memory.

Input/output: supports and peripherals.

Functional diagrams of the devices and peripherals in computers: computer connectivity.

The connection external and internal of the equipment computer.

Techniques of realization of different wiring.

Components of devices of a computer software: components electrical, components electronic and components electromechanical. Functions.

The stands of storage magnetic. Features. Components. Schemes functional.

Typology of the breakdowns more frequent in teams computer. Classification. Features. Troubleshooting typical: logical, physical. Organizational structures and procedures for their detection and correction.

Handling of tools of diagnostic level of user: the diagnosis. Diagnostic techniques.

Diagnostic software tools.

Hardware diagnostic tools.

Replacement of faulty hardware elements: power supply.

The base plate.


Storage units.

Sound cards.

Graphics cards.

Repair of basic peripherals and other hardware components.

Mainframe hardware repair procedure.

Maintenance of systems software.

Messages of start-up of the equipment.

Interpretation of lights and messages of the peripheral.

Tools software for the maintenance preventive.

Maintenance periodic of units of storage.

Maintenance of the stands of information.

Techniques of cleaning of stands and peripheral.

Elements consumables of systems software: types and features.

Measures of conservation and recycling of items consumable.

Procedures for replacement of consumable items.

Safety in procedures of handling and replacement of items consumable.

Treatment, disposal and utilization of waste computer.

The system operating: features.

Management of files and folders: exploration in a system operating. Functions basic of exploration and search.

Use of peripheral.

REDES de area local: uses and characteristics.

Access to resources shared.

Networking Wireless.

(d) determination of consumption of the engine and auxiliary equipments provisioning: provisioning of consumption facilities: tanks, filling, ventilation ducts and distribution, accessories of fixation of the hose, valves and filters.

Operations with fluids: filling and shortened from tanks and racking.

Influence of the operations in the stability.

Prevention of the pollution operational.

Systems of pumping: pumps. Types: characteristics and performance. Maintenance.

Types of probe's tanks and techniques of measurement.

Table of capacities.

Methods of separation of mixtures.

Maintenance of facilities of oil, fuel and water.

Tools and equipment.

(e) control and maintenance of Multipurpose control craft propulsion engines: practical operation of an engine two and four stroke.

Otto and cycle Diesel cycle engines.

Fuel used in marine engines.

Combustion. Principles.

Carburetion. Types of Carburetors.

Ignition. Types of ignitions.

Electronic injection engine cycle Otto.

Injection in diesel engines.

Reducing systems. Principles and types.

Motor control circuits.

Disturbances during the March. Causes that originate them. Measures to take in case of overheating. Purged injection circuit.

Disassembly and Assembly of filters: oil, fuel, air, among others.

Assembly and disassembly of the elements of an engine.

Tools and techniques of measurement of electrical quantities and parameters.

Basic operations of maintenance.

Maintenance of valves, bottom grids and discharges to the sea.

Machines, tools, useful. Basic machining techniques.

Cleaning techniques.

Maintenance of the batteries. Battery chargers.

Peculiarities of management and preventive maintenance of the outboard engines.

9. professional module: Manoeuvre techniques.

Code: 1035.

Contents: a) characterization of the maneuver teams, Government and propulsion: types of ships.

Parts of the ship.

Interpretation of general arrangement drawings.

Definition of dimensional characteristics of the ship for the purpose of maneuver.

Interpretation of technical documentation of the Government team.

Arrangement of controls on the bridge.

Characterization of the elements and equipment for mooring, anchoring: mooring ropes, windlasses, razors and winches.

Characterization of government teams. Rudders: types. Control systems. Autopilots. Servomotors. Lateral propulsion propellers.

Wording used in the orders.

Elements of maneuver of a sail boat.

Types of fishing gear.

Nomenclature and description of the elements of the rigging.

Nomenclature and description of the elements of the running rigging.

Typology of thrusters for maneuvering purposes.

Identification of the propulsion and steering equipment response times.

(b) the evolutionary response of the vessel forecast: characterization of the six movements of the vessel.

Resistance to the March.

Technical data of maneuverability.

Pivot point.

Evolutionary effects of rudder.

Evolutionary effects of propellers.

Combined effects rudderpropellers.

Influence of wind on the evolution.

Influence of the current in the evolution.

The evolution curve parameters.

Determination of distances of stop (crash stop).

Determination of the distance to putting all the rudder to a band.

Evolutionary effects produced in waters that are restricted by the interaction with the Fund and with other vessels.

Evolutionary effects of ties during the maneuvers.

Evolutionary effects of the anchorage during the maneuvers.

Comparative study of evolution curves.

Techniques of turn in favorable circumstances.

Techniques of turn in unfavorable circumstances.

Evolution of a sailing ship. Center of pressure and center of resistance side. Forces acting. Trim the rig to different relative paths.

(c) realization of port operations in favourable weather circumstances: checks to be carried out before starting the maneuvers.

Typology of manoeuvring in port.

Definition of criteria to perform maneuvers with efficacy and safety.

Course control techniques.

The start control techniques.

Use of repetitive sounds.

Use of the VHF.

Execution of manoeuvres of exit and turn into favorable circumstances: sideways and tip.

Execution of maneuvers of dockage in favorable circumstances: sideways and tip.

Abarloamiento maneuvers.

Anchoring in assigned point techniques: methods of anchoring.

Sizing of the funding to ensure retention.

Calculation of areas of borneo.

Detection and actions in cases of I watch or anchor encepadas.

Execution of anchoring maneuvers. Preparations. Anchoring with wind or current. Control of the work of the chain. Signaling.

Maneuvers of trailer in port.

Manoeuvres of approach and exit of port to sail.

Anchoring to sailing.

Stranded: Varada voluntary.

Varada fortuitous and techniques of put to float with and without help.

Maneuvers of stranded in dam with and without fault.


Description of the maneuver to take fuel in the sea.

Trailer maneuvers.

(d) prevention approaches and situations of excessive approximation: structure and scope of the rules of the RIPA.

Control of the risks of approach: means of surveillance.

Types of approach.

Phases of approximation.

Preventive actions.

Actions in case of imminent approach.

Characterization of lights and markings.

Signs of danger.

Application of the RIPA: in actual or simulated scenarios.

Analysis of real cases in coastal areas.

Discussion of special difficulty or confusing situations.

Structure and scope of application of the IALA.

Typology and characterization of buoyage.

Application of the IALA in real or simulated scenarios.

Special not referred to in the IALA buoyage.

Structure and scope of the rules of the CIS.

Meaning of the flags.

Use of lights morse.

(e) Government of the vessel to carry out the search and the rescue of shipwrecked: man overboard manoeuvres Description: types.


Advantages and disadvantages.

Description of SAR operations: references to the Convention IMOSAR.

Visual signaling.

Search systems.

Organization of the search.

Protocols for immediate action.

Functions of the units of search.

Identification and actions that there are to take to the receiving a signal of a pray.

Practice of simulated maneuvers. Maneuver of collection of man to the water from a boat to motor: maneuvers SAR as ship appointed CLS (OCL).

Maneuver of collection of man to the water in a boat's sail.

Organization of the rescue sea in Spain. Means of the national rescue Plan. Means of other national institutions. The autonomous media. Means of the Local Administration. Itineraries of specialised training in search and rescue.

(f) compliance with the standards of safety during maneuvering operations: regulatory application references.

Case of accidents during operations: emergency and port.

Characterization of risks of accident. Situations of risk. Levels of endangerment. R risk phrases.

Safety standards: equipment and facilities.

Use of personal protective equipment and clothing.

Conditions of order and cleanliness in the areas of operation.

Conditions of maintenance of elements of maneuver.

Conditions to be observed for good communication.

Phrases of risk S.


Precautions to be taken when entering confined or enclosed spaces.

Use of authorizations for special jobs.

Risks for work at height.

Influence of psychosocial factors. Stress. Mental fatigue. Routine.

10. professional module: Stability, trim and stowage of the ship.

Code: 1036.

Contents: a) recognition of the characteristics of the ship: definition of the main characteristics of the ship for the purpose of load: displacement and deadweight tonnage.

Identification of the vessel based on plans services.

Characterization of the materials used in the shipbuilding industry.

Characterization of those efforts in the ship: types. Efforts cutting and moments flectors.

Elements structural of consolidation. Nomenclature. Function.

Media and spaces of load and download. Limitations operational. Struts. Cranes. Ramps. Types of holds and decks. Tools of the stowage. Interpretation of the subdivision and prevention of the flood.

Systems of closing watertight: management and maintenance.

Rules of construction and stability of ships fishing of more than 20 m. of length (Convention of Torremolinos in 1993).

Procedures of inspection in dry: reference policy.

Vessels of less than 24 m in length.

Boats of more than 24 m in length.

Procedures for protection of the helmet. Helmets of wood. Steel helmets. Helmets of fiber.

Sequences of construction of the hull of a boat less of: plastic reinforced with fibre. Wood.

(b) determination of the position of the Centre of gravity of the ship: definition of Center of gravity of a system of weights.

Geometry of the ship: planes of reference.

Definition of coordinates.

Signs, symbols and abbreviations conventional.

The ship as system of weights: interpretation of information technical available on board relative to pesos and coordinates.

Design and use of the table of moments: template manual and template computer.

Modification of the Centre of gravity by movement of weights.

Effect of the liquid fairing in KG.

Influence of weights suspended in KG.

Effect of the accumulation of water on deck.

Effect of the accumulation of ice on deck and superstructures in fishing boats.

Determination of the moments of inertia of rectangular prismatic tanks.

Interpretation of curves of KG Max.

Centres of gravity of load unitizadas.

Use of ICT in loading and unloading programs.

Methods to vary the position of the KG during the navigation.

Expressions in the English language.

(c) identification and assessment of the initial stability of the vessel: defining the most relevant hydrostatic parameters.

Hydrostatic data extraction.

Conditions of equilibrium of the floating bodies.

Vector identification of transverse static torque for different values of GM: positive initial stability.

Initial stability indifferent.

Negative initial stability.

Determination of the GM from the KG and the KM.

Experimental calculation of GM: experience of stability.

Double balance period.


Influence of the liquid fairing.

Initial stability critical conditions: consumption.

Influence of the State of the sea.

Water or ice buildup on deck.

Flooding of compartments.

Suspended weights.

Assessment of initial stability: stability criteria requirements.

Risks of insufficient initial stability.

Risks of excessive stability.

Modification of initial stability.

Operations to be performed when the ship falls asleep in the band.

Influence of the construction parameters on the initial stability. Manga. Freeboard.

Case of accidents caused by lack or excess of initial stability.

Values of initial stability in pleasure boats. Dinghy sailing. Sailing cruises. Motor yachts.

Expressions in the English language.

(d) determination of stability for large inclinations: identification of the elements of the pair of transverse static stability.

Management of curves and pantocarenas tables.

Deduction of the pair of transverse static stability.

Determination of residual torque values: by free surfaces.

By permanent heel.

By wind.

By rig and capture.

Provision of data to plot the static curve.

Static stability curves: drawn. Identification of the relevant parameters.

Deduction of the work of the pair of transverse static stability.

Determination of dynamic torque values: dynamic partial and total dynamics.

Provision of data to plot dynamic curve.

Dynamic stability curves: drawn. Identification of the relevant parameters.

Comparison of stability of vessels of the coast curves.

Critical situations of dynamic stability in vessels operating in adverse weather conditions.

Response of the pair of stability in pleasure boats. Dinghy sailing. Sailing cruises. Motor yachts.

Expressions in the English language.

(e) forecast for the distribution of weights on board: reading of drafts.

Fixes that should be applied to the reading of the drafts.

Probed tanks.

Management of tables of calibration of tanks.

Determination of displacement. Correction per seat. Correction for density.

Determination of the drafts based on the longitudinal position of the Centre of gravity of the vessel.

Distribution of weights to put the ship in openwork and prevent breakdowns.

Use of the seating diagram.

Application of the International Convention of load lines. Navigation areas. Measures of the Plimsoll disk and minimum freeboard marks.

Regulatory stability criteria: craft goods.

Passenger boats.

Fishing boats.

Modification of the distribution of weights to meet the stability criterion.

Modification of weights to be free of a fortuitous stranding.

Expressions in the English language.

(f) determination of the conditions of loading and fastening of the cargo: consequences of the shift in burden.

Case of accidents caused by load shifting.

Procedures for loading and unloading in commercial goods and fishing docks: safety standards.

Human resources.

Material means.

Preparation of stowage plans.

Systems of stowage of the catch of fish and fishing gear. Prevention of heeling moments.

Operations of loading and unloading and transhipment at sea to factory ships or other vessels.

Lashing of cargoes.

Fastening of loads unitizadas units.

Application of the code international for the transport if risk of grain to bulk.

Codes of application in ships tank.

Transport of goods dangerous. Identification of brands. Consultation of files of the code IMDG.

Transport of yachts. The service of transportation by sea. Vessels special for the transport.

Varada voluntary of yachts for its repair. Safety standards. Grounding systems. Shoring systems.

Expressions in the English language.

11. professional module: Training and job counseling.

Code: 1037 content: to) actively seeking employment: evaluation of the importance of lifelong learning for work and professional trajectory of the technician in navigation and coastal fishing.

Analysis of interests, skills and personal motivations for the career.

Identification of the learning paths related to the technical navigation and coastal fishing.

Responsibility for own learning. Knowledge of the requirements and the expected fruits.

Definition and analysis of the professional sector of the title of technician in navigation and coastal fishing.

Planning of the own career: establishment of objectives labour, to medium and long term, compatible with needs and preferences.

Objectives realistic and consistent with the training current and it projected.

The process of job search in small, medium and large companies in the sector.

Opportunities for learning and employment in Europe. Europass, Ploteus.

Techniques and instruments in search of employment.

Evaluation of the self-employment as an alternative for the professional insertion.

The process of decision-making.

Establishment of a list of personal consistency check between career, training plan and aspirations.

(b) management of the conflict and work teams: methods for resolution or deletion of the conflict: mediation, conciliation and arbitration.

Assessment of the advantages and disadvantages of teamwork for the effectiveness of the organization.

Equipment in the sector of the transport maritime and of the fishing according to the functions that play.

Analysis of the formation of the work teams.

Characteristics of an effective team.

The participation in the team's work. Analysis of the possible roles of its members.

Conflict: characteristics, sources and stages.

(c) employment contract: the right to work.

Intervention by the public authorities in labour relations.

Analysis of the individual employment relationship.

Determination of excluded labour relations and special labour relations.

Modalities of work and measures of promotion of the procurement contract.

Rights and duties arising from the employment relationship.

Working conditions. Wages, working time and working rest.

Modification, suspension and termination of the employment contract.

Representation of workers.

Collective bargaining as a means for the reconciliation of the interests of workers and employers.

Analysis of a collective agreement applicable to the professional field of navigation and coastal fisheries technician.

Collective labour disputes.

New organization of work environments: subcontracting, teleworking among others.

Benefits for workers in the new organizations: flexibility, social benefits among others.

d) Social Security, employment and unemployment: the system of Social security as a basic principle of social solidarity.

Structure of the system of it security Social.

Determination of the main obligations of entrepreneurs and workers in matters of Security Social: affiliation, high, low and quote.

The action protective of it security Social.

Classes, requirements and amount of the benefits.

Concept and situations protected by unemployment.

Systems of advice of the workers concerning their rights and duties.

(e) evaluation of risk professional: importance of the culture preventive in all the phases of the activity professional.

Assessment of the relationship between work and health.

Analysis and determination of the conditions of work.

The concept of professional risk.

Analysis of factors of risk.

The evaluation of risks in the company as element basic of it activity preventive.

Analysis of risks linked to the conditions of security.

Analysis of risks linked to the conditions environmental.

Analysis of risks linked to the conditions ergonomic and psychosocial.

Specific risks in the sector of maritime transport and fisheries.

Determination of the possible damage to the health of the worker that can derive is of the situations of risk detected.

(f) planning of the prevention of risks in the company: rights and duties in matters of prevention of risks labour.

Responsibilities in matters of prevention of risks labour.

Prevention in the company management.

Representation of workers in prevention.

Public organisations related to the prevention of occupational risks.

Planning of prevention in the company.

Emergency and evacuation in environments of work plans.

Development of an emergency plan in a small or medium company in the sector.

(g) implementation of measures of prevention and protection in the enterprise: determination of individual and collective protection and prevention measures.

Protocol of action in a situation of emergency.

Training to workers in the field of emergency plans.

Surveillance of the health of workers.

12. professional module: Enterprise and entrepreneurship.

Code: 1038.

Contents: a) entrepreneurship: innovation and economic development. Main features of innovation activities maritime transport and coastal fishing (materials, technology and organization of production, among others).

Entrepreneurial culture as a social need.

The enterprising character.

Key factors of entrepreneurs: initiative, creativity and education.

The collaboration between entrepreneurs.

The action of entrepreneurs as employees of a company related to maritime transport and coastal fishing activities.

The action of entrepreneurs as entrepreneurs in the sector of maritime transport and coastal fishing activities.

The risk in entrepreneurial activity.

The entrepreneur. Requirements for the exercise of the business activity.

Personal goals versus business objectives.

Business plan: business idea in the field of maritime transport and coastal fishing activities.

Good practices of culture enterprising in the activity of transport maritime and fishing coastal and in the field local.

(b) the company and its environment: basic functions of the company.

The company as a system.

The general environment of the company.

Analysis of the environment general of a company related with the sector maritime fishing.

The specific environment of the company.

Analysis of the specific environment of a company related to the maritime fishing sector.

Relations of a SME related with the sector maritime fishing with your environment.

Relations of a SME's related with the sector maritime fishing with the joint of the society.

The culture of the company: corporate image.

Social responsibility.

The social balance.

Business ethics.

Responsibility social and ethics of the companies of the sector maritime fishing.

(c) creation and implementation of a company: company concept.

Types of company.

The responsibility of the owners of the company.

Taxation in enterprises.

Choice of the legal form. Size and number of partners.

Administrative procedures for the formation of a company.

Economic feasibility and financial viability of a company related to the fishing sector.

Analysis of the sources of financing and budgeting of a company related to the maritime fishing sector.

Aid grants and tax incentives for SMEs related to marine fisheries.

Business plan: choice of the legal form, study of economic and financial viability, administrative procedures and management of grants and subsidies.

(d) administrative function: concept of accounting and basics.

Accounting operations: registration of the economic information of a company.

Accounting as a true picture of the economic situation.

Analysis of accounting information.

Tax obligations of the companies.

Requirements and deadlines for the submission of official documents.

Administrative management of a company related to the maritime fishing sector.

13. professional module: Training in workplace.

Code: 1039.

Contents: a) identification of the structure and business organization: structure and business organization of the maritime fishing sector.

Activity of the company and its location in the maritime fishing sector.

Organizational chart of the company. Functional relationship between departments.

Logistical organization of the company. Suppliers, customers and marketing channels.

Working in the field of company procedures. Systems and methods of work.

Human resources in the enterprise: requirements of training and professional, personal and social competences associated with different jobs.

Quality system established in the work center.

Security system established in the work center.

(b) application of ethical and work habits: personal attitudes: empathy, punctuality.

Attitudes professional: order, cleaning, responsibility and security.

Attitudes to the prevention of risks labor and environmental.

Hierarchy in the company. Communication with the team.

Documentation of professional activities: classification, coding, renewal and disposal methods.

Recognition and application of the standards internal, instructions of work, procedures standard of work and others, of the company.

(c) preparation of the ship: the ship familiarization. Emergency plans. Systems of Government. Maneuver equipment. Navigation equipment. Load and enable spaces. Means of protection, prevention and control fire. Bilge pumping systems. Distribution of tanks. The propulsion plant equipment.

Preparation of the bridge. Verification protocols. Preparation of the defeat. Commissioning and settings of the navigation and communications equipment.

Determination of ammunition and supplies for the trip.

Preparation and processing of administrative documentation for release of the ship.

Identification of the information to carry out the calculation of stability.

Verification of the criteria of stability.

Reading of openwork.

Filling in the registration of training.

Rules of behaviour on board.

(d) operation, navigation and Watchkeeping: safety and environmental protection standards.

Management of the propulsion and steering controls.

Operations of mooring and knots.

Positioning of the ship during the guard of navigation: radar and by observations on the coast.


Practice of communication in the area A1 protocols.

Application of the procedures of guard.

Completion of the notebook's blog.

Record of training.

Use of electronic AIDS to navigation.

Assistance to basic start-up and maintenance of main engine and/or auxiliary equipment operations.

(e) fishing operations: rules of application according to the type and area of fishing.

Identification of the risks associated with the boat fishing operations.

Detection of the shoal.

Maneuvers: approximation, draught of Arts and withdrawal of the arts.

Selection of screenshots.

Stowage of the catch.

Manual and mechanized processing systems.

Repair of damaged art.


Use of software for monitoring of catches.

Use of boats fishing in tourist activities.

Annex II sequencing and distribution time weekly of those modules professional cycle training of grade average: navigation and fishing of coastal module professional duration (hours) first course (h / week) second course 2 quarters (h / week) 1 quarter (h / week) 1027. 225 7 1029 communications and navigation techniques. Litora fishing.





1032. Seguridad marítima (1)





1033. Health care (1) 60 2 1035 aboard. Manoeuvre techniques.





1037. Training and labour orientation 90 3 1038. Enterprise and initiative entrepreneur 60 2 0156. Inglés (1 )





1028. 100 5 1030 guard procedures. Office and administration of the ship 90 4 1034. Facilities and services 125 6 1036. Stability, trim and vessel stowage 165 8 1039. Training in workplace 400 400 Total in the formative cycle 2000 30 30 400 (1) cross-cutting modules to other titles of vocational training.

Annex III spaces and equipment minimum space: space training surface m² 30 students 20 students classroom versatile 60 40 room of simulation (1) 90 60 space of remainders.

240 160 space of 90 60 (2) 90 60 maritime safety classroom maintenance classroom of first aid (2.

60 40 area of fire fighting and survival. (3) 300 200 craft practices (3) (4) (4) (1) can be replaced by the specific practice boat for the development of modules, 1028 procedures of guard, 1029 coastline, 1035 fishing manoeuvre techniques y1036 stability, trim and stowage of the ship.

(2) can share the same space.

(3) unique space, not necessarily located in the center of or belonging to the same training.

(4) maximum number of people on board, according to regulations.

Minimum equipment: space training equipment multi-purpose classroom.

Audiovisual equipment.

Canon of projection.

Installed on the network PCs.


Classroom equipment.

Material safety, survival, firefighting and first aid.



Simulation room.

Navigation Simulator approved by the STCW.

GMDSS/GMDSS Simulator approved by the STCW.

Space of remainders.

Gear elements.

Elements for pots.

Elements drift- net gear.

Items gear purse seine.

Elements gear drag.

Elements detection and communication.

Fishing software.

Repair and installation of supplies, gear and arts elements.

Cables of different types.

Ropes of different types.

Maintenance space.

Tool cabinets.

Hand tools.

Machine tools.

Work tables.

Table screws.

Inboard motor.

Outboard engine.

Electric motor.

Electric generator.

Engine auxiliary systems.

Line shafts and Horn (1).



Vernier caliper.



Measuring equipment (voltmeter, ammeter, frequency counter, fasimetro, wattmeter, tachometer, hydrometer).

Equipment and devices hydraulic and pneumatic installations.

Pressure gauges.


Pressure switches.


Solenoid valves.


Computer equipment for cutting.

Software diagnostic tools.

Hardware diagnostic tools.

Classroom of maritime safety.

Elements of safety at work.

Detection and fire extinguishing equipment.

Means of rescue.

Communications equipment.

Sample range.

Transponder radar sample.

Portable communications equipment.

Survival packages.

First aid room.

First aid kit.


Cardiopulmonary resuscitation equipment.

Equipment immobilization equipment for cures.

Portable oxygen equipment.

Practice Dummies.

Area of fire fighting and survival.



Fire extinguishers.

Spears of different types.

Fireman's outfits.

Team ERA.

Trays of fire (1).

Life jackets.

Survival suits.


Raft life.

Pot life (1).

Boat of rescue not fast (1).

Systems of starting to float (1).

Boat's practices.

Regulated by DGMM.

(1) equipment singular not necessarily located in the center of formation or belonging to the same.