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Gain the skills and knowledge you need to apply for your Certification and Watch keeping for Seafarers (STCW).
Upskill to an able seafarer role
This Maritime Crewing (Level 4) programme caters for qualified deck and engine room crew wishing to advance to able seafarer roles.
You have the option to complete this programme with one of two strands: Deck Crew or Engineering (We are also accredited to offer the Electro technical Rating strand, however no set intakes are available at this time. Please contact our IMINZ team if you have a particular interest in this strand.)
As a graduate of this qualification you will carry out crewing duties within your strand specialty area at a support level to watch keepers, masters or engineers.
Completion of this qualification is a prerequisite to applying for a
Either of these licenses will allow you to work independently and with only broad guidance as crew on vessels operating in unlimited waters.
What will I learn?
Graduates of this qualification will be able to apply safe and sustainable working practices and contribute to effective communication and emergency response on board a vessel.
Graduates of the Deck Crew Strand will also be able to:
Graduates of the Engineering Strand will also be able to:
This qualification can build on the skills already developed in:
Upon graduating from this programme you may progress to:
There are no minimum academic requirements for entry to the Maritime Crewing Programmes.
English language requirements
All applicants must have a level of English sufficient to undertake this programme, which is taught and assessed in English. Those students whose first language is not English should have an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) overall academic score.
Applicants must hold either:
STCW Deck Watch Rating (for Deck Crewing strand)
STCW Engine Watch Rating (for Engineering strand)
Applicants should be aware that there are MNZ sea time, medical and eyesight requirements for the MNZ license which their programme contributes towards.
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