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Develop the skills to start your career in this vital global industry.
Get basic maritime knowledge and skills and become familiar with shipping operations, shipboard practice and survival at sea.
You will be prepared for a rewarding career in a global industry which has continuous demand for well-trained and motivated people.
You may find yourself working on a wide range of foreign going ships from cruise liners, ferries and container vessels through to support vessels in the oil and gas industry.
This programme, combined with sea time and Maritime New Zealand requirements, entitles you to apply for the Engine Watch Rating (EWR).
You will gain the required knowledge, skills and experience for eventual seagoing employment as a EWR on board commercial ships.
Combined with sea-time, this certificate lead to careers as Deck Watch Rating (DWR).
Completion of this certificate leads to entry into one of the three Level 6 Diploma programmes (Nautical Science, Marine Engineering and Marine Electro-Technology.
DWR trainee, DWR qualified (after 2 months at sea) and AB qualified (after 14 months at sea).
You will need to complete five compulsory courses as well as the courses from your chosen strand (60 credits):
942.212 STCW Basic Safety training – Basic Sea Survival (Personal Survival Techniques) (5 credits)
942.213 STCW Basic Safety Training – Basic First Aid (Elementary First Aid) (5 credits)
942.214 STCW Basic Safety training – Personal safety and Social Responsibility (3 credits)
942.215 Proficiency in Security Awareness (2 credits)
942.459 STCW Basic Safety Training – Basic Fire Fighting (Fire Fighting and Fire Prevention) (5 credits)
Courses related to your chosen strand
942.470 Introduction to Engineering Watchkeeping (10 credits)
942.471 Main & Auxiliary Machinery Systems (20 credits)
942.472 Electrical Equipment (10 credits)
942.477 Marine Dangerous Goods (5 credits)
Further training or study
Graduates may also move to electro-technical jobs on-shore but may need to complete a New Zealand Certificate or Diploma in Electrical or Electronic Engineering to meet the registration requirements of the Electrical Workers Registration Board.
Entry to this qualification is open but completion does not guarantee the award of a Maritime New Zealand license.
Applicants are required to complete Year 12 or equivalent of secondary school.
Entry requirements vary from country to country.
IELTS test: Academic score of 5.5 with no band score lower than 5; TOEFL Paper-based test (pBT): Score of 530 (with an essay score of 4.5 TWE); TOEFL Internet-based test (iBT): Score of 46 (with a writing score of 14); Cambridge English Examinations: B2 First or B2 First for schools with a score of 162. No less than 154 in each skill; OET at Grade C in all sub-tests; Pearson Test of English (Academic): PTE (Academic) score of 42 with no band score lower than 36.
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