Coxswain Engineering (Diesel)
Deck Machinery & Lifting Appliances
Elements of Shipboard Safety
Successful completion of this course is a Marine and Safety Tasmania (MAST) requirement for anyone who works or wishes to work as a skipper, general crew or a deckhand on a commercial coastal vessel. Completion of this course is also a MAST requirement for anyone who wishes to apply for a Coxswain Certificate of Competency (CoC).
Long Range Operators Certificate of Proficiency (Marine Radio)
Marine Engine Driver Grade 3 NC
This course is required for people who wish to operate machinery on vessels less than 500kw-propulsion power as a Chief Engineer in the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) in operations up to offshore limits (within 200nm) or as a Second Engineer on a vessel with propulsion power < 750kw- in operations up to restricted offshore operations (within 30nm)
This course is for people who use waders in the workplace. It incudes the following - hazards in Tasmanian aquatic environments and factors that contribute to aquatic emergency situations; effects and treatment of cold water immersion; safe wading techniques; personal survival techniques; and rescue priorities and techniques.