MCA UK Chief Mate Orals Preparation


Speakers :
Capt. Sherry
Seats :

20

Date & Time :
05/08/2024 at 10:00 AM IST
Price :
₹ 75000
Duration :
4 hrs
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Event Sessions


Session 1 :
05/08/2024 at 10:00 AM IST   To   05/09/2024 at 2:00 PM IST  (4 Hours)


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The Chief Mate's role is the most crucial position, serving as a pivotal stepping stone for ambitious marine professionals aspiring to advance in the Maritime Industry. This specialized MCA UK Chief Mate Certificate of Competency (COC) course is meticulously crafted to equip aspiring maritime leaders with top-tier resources and comprehensive mentoring. The primary goal is to ensure that participants are thoroughly prepared to navigate the intricate responsibilities associated with vessel command, precise navigation, effective communication, meticulous  log-keeping, and adept emergency responses. This training not only imparts theoretical knowledge but also provides practical insights, establishing a robust foundation for success in the maritime domain.

 

SUBJECTS COVERED and DURATION (4 WEEKS)

 

  • Week 1

          

 Introduction to Rules of the Road(10hrs)

  • Day 1: ROR Session(Rule1-8)
  • Day 2: ROR Session(Rule9-18)
  • Day 3: ROR Session(Situations on DIGINAV Software )
  • Doubt solving and situational discussions

             

Restricted Visibility and Lights

  • Day 4: Restricted Visibility Theory(Rule 19)
  • Day 4: Restricted Visibility Situations(Exams radar Questions)
  • Day 5: Light & Shapes Explanation(Drawing lights and shapes)
  • ROR Lights answering technique sessions

            

Buoyage and Weather

  • Day 6: Buoyage(Explanations and situations on DIGINAV software)
  • Day 7: Weather Part 1 (Basic Foundation, Depressions, Fronts, Anticyclone)
  • Day 7: Weather Part 2 (Synoptic Chart, Fog, TRS, Wind Prediction, Currents)
  • Day 7: Weather Part 3 (Voyage Planning, Weather northern winter/norther summer)
  • Day 7: Weather Part 4 (Students test )

 Week 2: 

                         

SOLAS, LSA CODE,FFA CODE,MARPOL,BALLAST WATER 

Regulations and Code Compliance ,Safety

  • Day 8: LSA Part 1
  • Day 8: LSA Part 2
  • Day 9: FFA
  • Day 10: Marpol Part 1
  • Day 10: Marpol Part 2
  • Day 10: Marpol Part 3
  • Day 10: Ballast Water Management

 

LOLER & PUWER 

  • Day 11: LOLER & PUWER

 

COSWP

  • Day 12: COSWP Health Safety Act 1974

 

           

ISM,MLC,ISPS,PSC 

  • Day 13: ISM
  • Day 14: ISPS
  • Day 15: MLC
  • Day 15: PSC

 

Week 3 

 

Navigation,Bridge watchkeeping,Equipment,Heli Ops

  • Day 16: GMDSS
  • Day 17: Bridge Watchkeeping
  • Day 17: Bridge Equipment's
  • Day 18: Ice Navigation & Polar Code
  • Day 18: Heli Ops
  • Day 19:SAR Ops

 

STCW, Rest Hours, OLB  and Crew Handling

  • Day 19: STCW
  • Day 19: Rest Hours
  • Day 19: OLB Crew Handling

                     

Stability, Cargo, Drydocking  and Certification 

  • Day 20: Stability Part 1
  • Day 20: Stability Part 2
  • Day 21: Stability Part 3
  • Day 21: Stability Part 4
  • Day 21: Dry Docking
  • Stability questions in orals

 

Cargo Work and Preparation for Heavy Weather

  • Day 22: Cargo Work Part 1(Bulk carrier, Tanker, Gas, RORO)
  • Day 22: Cargo Work Part 2(Timber, Container, Px ship etc)
  • Day 23: Arrival/Departure Preparation & Heavy Weather

          ***Cargo Work all vessels shall be discussed.

 

Week 4

          

 Certification, Emergency, and Ship Handling

  • Day 24: Certification Part 1
  • Day 24: Certification Part 2
  • Day 24: Certification Part 3
  • Day 24: Certification Part 4
  • Day 24: ESP CAS CAP ADDITIONAL BULK

                    ***All certificates are shown and discussed in class along with concepts.

  • Day 25: MAIB
  • Day 26: Law Part 1
  • Day 26: Law Part 2
  • UNCLOS Explained
  • York Antwerp Rules
  • Salvage

 

Magnetic Compass 

  • Day 27: Magnetic Compass Day 1
  • Day 27: Magnetism Day 2

           

Emergency Procedures

  • Day 28: Emergency in Orals & SAR

 

Ship Handling and Mock Orals

  • Day 29: Maneuvering
  • Day 30: General questions Handing over, Taking Over etc.

 

Last day mock orals dates are distributed to candidate.

 

Please Note: 

 

  • Digital copy of study material and resources will be shared with the students
  • It is advised to keep - Scientific Calculator, Drawing and writing material handy during the course
  • Classes are conducted 7 days a week, 3 to 4 hours per day
  • Students will be ready for exam as soon as course is completed.
  • Total teaching time 120  hours (4 to 5 weeks)

 

During course 

 

Students will be doing Questions of Past papers during the course & will be solving Past papers on their own before completion.

 

To gain a comprehensive understanding of the course content, available resources, and the instructional approach, you can enroll yourself for free video modules. These modules serve as a succinct yet informative overview of the actual course, aiding individuals in making well-informed and conscious decisions regarding  enrollment.

 

In addition to free modules you can also check out our blogs by Capt. Sherry on:

 

Your ultimate guide: MCA UK Oral prep

OOW UK Orals prep 

Chief Mate UK Orals Prep 

Master UK Orals Prep 

 

Happy Learning!

The Chief Mate's role is the most crucial position, serving as a pivotal stepping stone for ambitious marine professionals aspiring to advance in the Maritime Industry. This specialized MCA UK Chief Mate Certificate of Competency (COC) course is meticulously crafted to equip aspiring maritime leaders with top-tier resources and comprehensive mentoring. The primary goal is to ensure that participants are thoroughly prepared to navigate the intricate responsibilities associated with vessel command, precise navigation, effective communication, meticulous  log-keeping, and adept emergency responses. This training not only imparts theoretical knowledge but also provides practical insights, establishing a robust foundation for success in the maritime domain.

 

SUBJECTS COVERED and DURATION (4 WEEKS)

 

  • Week 1

          

 Introduction to Rules of the Road(10hrs)

  • Day 1: ROR Session(Rule1-8)
  • Day 2: ROR Session(Rule9-18)
  • Day 3: ROR Session(Situations on DIGINAV Software )
  • Doubt solving and situational discussions

             

Restricted Visibility and Lights

  • Day 4: Restricted Visibility Theory(Rule 19)
  • Day 4: Restricted Visibility Situations(Exams radar Questions)
  • Day 5: Light & Shapes Explanation(Drawing lights and shapes)
  • ROR Lights answering technique sessions

            

Buoyage and Weather

  • Day 6: Buoyage(Explanations and situations on DIGINAV software)
  • Day 7: Weather Part 1 (Basic Foundation, Depressions, Fronts, Anticyclone)
  • Day 7: Weather Part 2 (Synoptic Chart, Fog, TRS, Wind Prediction, Currents)
  • Day 7: Weather Part 3 (Voyage Planning, Weather northern winter/norther summer)
  • Day 7: Weather Part 4 (Students test )

 Week 2: 

                         

SOLAS, LSA CODE,FFA CODE,MARPOL,BALLAST WATER 

Regulations and Code Compliance ,Safety

  • Day 8: LSA Part 1
  • Day 8: LSA Part 2
  • Day 9: FFA
  • Day 10: Marpol Part 1
  • Day 10: Marpol Part 2
  • Day 10: Marpol Part 3
  • Day 10: Ballast Water Management

 

LOLER & PUWER 

  • Day 11: LOLER & PUWER

 

COSWP

  • Day 12: COSWP Health Safety Act 1974

 

           

ISM,MLC,ISPS,PSC 

  • Day 13: ISM
  • Day 14: ISPS
  • Day 15: MLC
  • Day 15: PSC

 

Week 3 

 

Navigation,Bridge watchkeeping,Equipment,Heli Ops

  • Day 16: GMDSS
  • Day 17: Bridge Watchkeeping
  • Day 17: Bridge Equipment's
  • Day 18: Ice Navigation & Polar Code
  • Day 18: Heli Ops
  • Day 19:SAR Ops

 

STCW, Rest Hours, OLB  and Crew Handling

  • Day 19: STCW
  • Day 19: Rest Hours
  • Day 19: OLB Crew Handling

                     

Stability, Cargo, Drydocking  and Certification 

  • Day 20: Stability Part 1
  • Day 20: Stability Part 2
  • Day 21: Stability Part 3
  • Day 21: Stability Part 4
  • Day 21: Dry Docking
  • Stability questions in orals

 

Cargo Work and Preparation for Heavy Weather

  • Day 22: Cargo Work Part 1(Bulk carrier, Tanker, Gas, RORO)
  • Day 22: Cargo Work Part 2(Timber, Container, Px ship etc)
  • Day 23: Arrival/Departure Preparation & Heavy Weather

          ***Cargo Work all vessels shall be discussed.

 

Week 4

          

 Certification, Emergency, and Ship Handling

  • Day 24: Certification Part 1
  • Day 24: Certification Part 2
  • Day 24: Certification Part 3
  • Day 24: Certification Part 4
  • Day 24: ESP CAS CAP ADDITIONAL BULK

                    ***All certificates are shown and discussed in class along with concepts.

  • Day 25: MAIB
  • Day 26: Law Part 1
  • Day 26: Law Part 2
  • UNCLOS Explained
  • York Antwerp Rules
  • Salvage

 

Magnetic Compass 

  • Day 27: Magnetic Compass Day 1
  • Day 27: Magnetism Day 2

           

Emergency Procedures

  • Day 28: Emergency in Orals & SAR

 

Ship Handling and Mock Orals

  • Day 29: Maneuvering
  • Day 30: General questions Handing over, Taking Over etc.

 

Last day mock orals dates are distributed to candidate.

 

Please Note: 

 

  • Digital copy of study material and resources will be shared with the students
  • It is advised to keep - Scientific Calculator, Drawing and writing material handy during the course
  • Classes are conducted 7 days a week, 3 to 4 hours per day
  • Students will be ready for exam as soon as course is completed.
  • Total teaching time 120  hours (4 to 5 weeks)

 

During course 

 

Students will be doing Questions of Past papers during the course & will be solving Past papers on their own before completion.

 

To gain a comprehensive understanding of the course content, available resources, and the instructional approach, you can enroll yourself for free video modules. These modules serve as a succinct yet informative overview of the actual course, aiding individuals in making well-informed and conscious decisions regarding  enrollment.

 

In addition to free modules you can also check out our blogs by Capt. Sherry on:

 

Your ultimate guide: MCA UK Oral prep

OOW UK Orals prep 

Chief Mate UK Orals Prep 

Master UK Orals Prep 

 

Happy Learning!



About the Speakers


Capt. Sherry
Maritime Trainer,

Captain Sherry, a distinguished Master Mariner (F.G) and renowned Maritime Trainer for Officers of the Watch (OOW), Chief Mates, and Masters, brings a wealth of expertise to the maritime industry. With a remarkable track record of instructing and guiding over a 3000+ successful written & oral aspirant, he is a stalwart in shaping the next generation of maritime professionals. As the visionary founder of DIGINAV & Author of www.deckoralsprep.com, he has revolutionized the field with his innovative solutions and unwavering commitment to safety, knowledge, and excellence on the high seas. Captain Sherry is a true luminary in the maritime world, dedicated to shaping the future of seafaring. 

Teaching is neither a job, Nor a profession-It’s responsibility”.





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