• Edition : Second • Publication Date : 01 Jan 2012
To help employers ensure compliance, ICS has updated its widely used On Board Training Record Book for Engine Cadets (Trainee Officer), to take account of the amended competence requirements in STCW 2010, which entered into force in January 2012.
This revised Record Book takes full account of the new competence standards stipulated by STCW 2010, such as the application of leadership and team working skills and proactive measures to protect the marine environment. The training tasks included have been developed to ensure that cadets make the best use of their seagoing service, and to help supervising officers make an objective evaluation of whether cadets are competent.
The 2010 amendments to the IMO STCW Convention, which entered into force in January 2012, made it mandatory for trainee engine ratings to provide evidence of structured on board training, and recommend the use of a training record book. This includes ratings seeking to qualify for the new STCW grade of “Able Seafarer Engine.”
To help employers ensure compliance, ICS has updated and expanded its widely used On Board Training Record Book for Engine Ratings. The revised book takes full account of the competence standards stipulated by STCW 2010 including those adopted for the new grade of Able Seafarer Engine. The training tasks included have been developed to ensure that trainees make the best use of their seagoing service, and to help supervising officers make an objective evaluation of whether trainees are competent.
This Record Book can be used by any trainee following an on board training programme in order to be certificated as a rating forming part of an engineering watch and/or as an Able Seafarer Engine.
This Record Book:
• Significantly expanded to cover new grade of Able Seafarer Engine
• Takes full account of new STCW 2010 competence standards
• Includes structured tasks to ensure that trainees meet the requirements for certification stipulated by STCW 2010.
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