This simulator based assessment session is designed to meet the requirements for the skills and knowledge to fulfill the competency of ratings to perform the navigation function at the support level, Rating Forming Part of a Navigational Watch (RFPNW), as specified in Section A-II/4 of the Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW) Code, as amended.
The following practical assessments performed below will be assessed and signed off by a Qualified Assessor.
1.1.A; 1.1.B; 1.1.C; 1.2.A; 1.2.B; 1.2.C; 1.2.D; 1.2.E; 1.2.F; 1.2.G; 1.2.H; 1.2.1; 1.3.A;1.3.B; 2.1.A; 2.1.B; 2.1.C; 3.1.A; 3.2.A; 3.3.A; 3.3.B; 3.3B; 3.4.A, 3.4.B; 3.5.A; 3.5.B, 3.6.A1, and 3.6.B1.
These tasks can be signed off either through this simulation session or on a vessel of the appropriate size by a qualified assessor. This is not approved as a course, you will not get any sea time credit for these tasks (assessments). The purpose of this session is for the completion of the tasks (assessments) only, you must obtain your sea time separately.
ALL Students: Need to bring Paper, Pencil/Pen, Highlighter
I had a much better experience from the first phone call until the completion of class with MPT than I have had with the other schools. Thank you.
Instructors are very professional. course well delivered.
My experience was excellent!!
Everything was good
Thank you for a wonderful class ,the Instructor was very easy to follow and a Top Notch Teacher ,Extremely calm ,clear and relaxed instruction.
I am just very happy to have this opportunity and time to upgrade. The plus is, is having MPT and it's staff making it possible to achieve what I want. Thank you.
Thank You! I had a great 6 weeks at the school, I look forward to returning.
It was a great course and really enjoyed Jeffs class!!
no suggestions needed
Each one of the instructors I have had is exceptional in some way. Bernie has a great personality and makes the material more interesting. The course like others is fast paced and very informative and might better be supported by more graphics; the films are useful and pictures of injured persons, bandages, etc, are meaninful references when and if the time arrives to use them Thank you for the opportunity to make comment Sincerely, Matthew Janes
None that I can think of, everyone here at this facility is top notch from Ann, Carey, CG, Jeff, James and others who I have had the pleasure learning from