• ECDIS Five-day Certification (TMTINS-179), STWC
This course is a 40-hour course on the operational use of ECDIS that meets the demonstrated competencies to maintain safe navigation using ECDIS as required in Table A-II/1 of the STCW Code along with the use of ECDIS and associated navigation positioning systems as required in Table A-II/2 of the STCW.
Our ECDIS certification training meets Model Course 1.27, 2012 edition. This course is a 40-hour course on the operational use of ECDIS that meets the demonstrated competencies to maintain safe navigation using ECDIS as required in Table A-II/1 of the STCW Code along with the use of ECDIS and associated navigation positioning systems as required in Table A-II/2 of the STCW. The course will follow all guidelines for training and assessments in the operational use of ECDIS as described in Table B-I/12, paragraphs 36-66 in STCW. This course satisfies all current USCG requirements for approved ECDIS training at operational and management levels for all vessels having ECDIS.
Our Training Courses:
January 28 – February 1
February 25 – March 1
|March 25-29||March 9-13
March 30 – April 3
|April 8-12||April 24 – May 1|
|May 6-10||May NO CLASS|
|June 24-28||June 1-5
|July 15-19||July 13-17|
|August 5-9||August 3-7
September 30 – October 4
October 28 – November 1
|November 18-22||November 2-6
November 30 – December 4
|December 16-20||December NO CLASS|
ALL COURSES and SCHEDULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
CONTACT TMTI AT 985-873-0031 or EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Operate ECDIS equipment.
- Use the navigational functions of ECDIS.
- Select and assess all relevant information and take proper action.
- Acquire and develop a knowledge and understanding of the basic principles governing the safe operation of ECDIS.
- Understand ECDIS data and their presentation.
- Understand system-related limitations and potential dangers.
- Generate and maintain displays.
- Operate all basic navigational functions and all specific functions for route planning and route monitoring.
- Select and use the navigational data and display the data in the appropriate manner.
- Ability to perform loading and updating.
- Recognize and analyze nautical alarms during route planning and route monitoring as well as sensor alarms.
- Assess the impact of the performance limits of sensors on the safe use of ECDIS.
- Understand the importance of a back-up system and its limited performance.
- Assess errors, inaccuracies and ambiguities caused by improper data management.
- Awareness of errors in displayed data, errors of interpretation
- Risk of over-reliance on ECDIS and be able to take proper action. In addition, knowledge of the principal types of electronic chart
- Knowledge legal aspects in the operational use and management of ECDIS.