Arison Maritime Center CSMART

The CSMART Academy’s courses and services have been developed and continuously improved to meet the requirements of international maritime training standards. CSMART Academy also provides a comprehensive range of courses needed for employment in the maritime field as well as professional development courses to acquire the necessary skills, abilities and attitudes for maritime career advancement.

Leadership & Resource Management

Bridge Resource Management (BRM) 1 course ref. no: 1040

   
Target Audience All Deck Officers – All Ranks, refer to TRG 1001
Frequency of Training As required to maintain and demonstrate competence, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Simulator Training
Max/ Min participants 12/6
Course description This course provides Bridge Resource Management Training during standard operation. The training is certified as a HELM at Operational level.
Course pre-requisites Completed NACOS-ECDIS 1 or NACOS Operator course. HELM-O certificates will only be issued if the Officer fulfils any of the following criteria: • Participant olds/has held any certificate of competency issued by any flag state. • Participant is a trainee following an approved training program leading to a certificate of competency with at least 6 months sea service. Anyone without fulfilled above criteria will be issued a CSMART Academy BRM 1 certificate instead.
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam, Skills are assessed through simulator assessment.
Certificates The Criteria for Certification are: HELM-O Certificates will only be issued if the officer fulfils any of the below criteria: • Holds or has held any certificate of competency issued by any flag state. • Is a trainee following an approved training program leading to a certificate of competency and has at least 6 months sea service Any one not following this criteria will be issued a CSMART BRM1 certificate only.
References The course is accredited by the British Administration.

Bridge Resource Management (BRM) 2 course ref. no: 1050

   
Target Audience All Deck Officers – All Ranks, refer to TRG 1001
Frequency of Training As required to maintain and demonstrate competence, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Simulator Training
Max/ Min participants 10/7
Course description This course provides Bridge Resource Management training during abnormal and emergency conditions. This training is certified as a HELM at Management level.
Course pre-requisites Completed a BRM 1 course, HELM-M certificates will only be issued when the Officer fulfills the following criterium: • Participant holds an OOW certificate and has at least 12 months eligible sea service for their next Management level certificate. Participants without he criterium fulfillment will be issued a CSMART Academy BRM 2 certificate.
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam, Skills are assessed through simulator assessment.
Certificates HELM-M Certificates will be issued when the Officer holds an OOW certificate and has at least 12 months eligible sea service for their next management level certificate. Without above criterium fulfilled, a CSMART Academy BRM2 certificate will be issued.
References The course is accredited by the British Administration
Notes The criteria for number of participants and spread of ranks are: • Requires as a minimum one Captain, Staff Captain or Safety Officer.

Engine Resource Management (ERM) 1 course ref. no: 4020

   
Target Audience All Engineering Officers – All Ranks, refer to TRG 1001
Frequency of Training As required to maintain and demonstrate competence, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Simulator Training
Max/ Min participants 12/6
Course description This course provides Engine resource Management training during standard operations. It is certified as an Operational HELM-O course.
Course pre-requisites Company onboard familiarization (OBF) is the preferred pre-requirement when possible. The criteria for issueing the HELM-O certificate to an Officer are: - Participant holds or has held any certificate of competency issued by any flag state; - Is a trainee following an approved training program leading to a certificate of competency and has at least 6 months of seas service. Participants not fulfilling is criteria will alternately be issued a CSMART Academy ERM 1 certificate.
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam, Skills are assessed through simulator assessment.
Certificates The Criteria for Certification are: HELM-O Certificates will only be issued if the officer fulfils any of the below criteria: • Holds or has held any certificate of competency issued by any flag state. • Is a trainee following an approved training program leading to a certificate of competency and has at least 6 months sea service Any one not following this criteria will be issued a CSMART ERM1 certificate only.
References The course is accredited by the British Administration
Notes Preferable to have 2 Senior Officers assigned to the course

Engine Resource Management (ERM) 2 course ref. no: 4030

   
Target Audience All Engineering Officers – All Ranks, refer to TRG 1001
Frequency of Training As required to maintain and demonstrate competence, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Simulator Training
Max/ Min participants 10/7
Course description This course Engine Resource Management training during emergency conditions. ERM 2 is certified as HELM-M course.
Course pre-requisites Completed ERM 1 course or its equivalency. A HELM-M Certificate will be issued if he participating Officer fulfills the following criterium: - Participant holds an OOW certificate and has at least 12 months of eligible sea service for their next Management vel certificate. Participants without this criterium fulfilled, will alternately be issued a CSMART Academy ERM 2 certificate.
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam, Skills are assessed through simulator assessment.
Certificates The Criteria for Certification are: HELM-M Certificates will only be issued if the officer fulfils the below criteria: • Holds any OOW certificate and has at least 12 months eligible sea service for their next management level certificate Any one not following this criteria will be issued a CSMART ERM2 certificate only.
References The course is accredited by the British Administration
Notes The criteria for number of participants and spread of ranks are: • Two (2) Persons in Rank: Chief Engineer, Staff Chief Engineer or Senior First Engineer. • Two (2) Persons in Rank: Staff Electro-technical (SETO) or First Electrician. • Four (4) Persons in Rank: 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th Engineer • Maximum Two (2) Persons in Rank: 3rdETO, 2ndETO.

Leadership course ref. no: 7010

   
Target Audience Priority to be given to all Deck and Engine Officers with a seniority higher then junior officers, priority to be given to the most senior officers – see TRG 1001
Frequency of Training As required to maintain and demonstrate competence, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Practical exercises
Max/ Min participants 14/10
Course description This course provides Senior ships Management and those in charge of large groups of staff with a pratical toolbox for operational leadership. The training outcomes are: - Effectively coach other team members in acquiring new skills; - Give direct feedback to individual team members and the team as a whole; - Motivate team members; - Conduct and facilitate meetings; - Communicate effectively; - Listen to team members; - Manage resistance and negative team members; - Utilize the whole team in decision making when ample time is available (Path to Performance); - Using SITREP as a decision making tool when under time pressure; - Be assertive and using the PACE process; - Create an assertive environment to enable team members to be assertive; - Understanding that as a leader you can make a difference.
Course pre-requisites None
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam.
Certificates Upon successful completion of the course the participant will be issued with a Leadership certificate.
References The course is accredited by the DNV GL
Notes This course does not count as an annual visit to CSMART, thus an officer scheduled on the course must in addition attend another activity at CSMART.

Nautical Courses

ECDIS 1.27 course ref. no: 1010

   
Target Audience All Deck Officers – All Ranks
Frequency of Training As required to maintain and demonstrate competence, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Simulator Training using the Nacos Platinum system
Max/ Min participants 12/6
Course description This course provides generic ECDIS training at Management Level in accordance with IMO model course 1.27. Please note that this specific training can be taken outside of CSMART Academy.
Course pre-requisites Documentary evidence of prior completion of basic Radar/ARPA (MC 1.07).
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam, Skills are assessed through simulator assessment.
Certificates Upon successful completion of the course the participant will be issued with a STCW 1.27 certificate.
References The course is accredited by the Dutch and British Administrations.
Notes Please note that this course can be taken outside of CSMART, the course at CSMART will be available as of April 2017.

NACOS Operator course ref. no: 1020

   
Target Audience All Deck Officers – All Ranks
Frequency of Training As required to maintain and demonstrate competence, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Simulator Training
Max/ Min participants 12/6
Course description This course provides equipment specific training on Nacos Series 3-5 and Nacos Platinum in order to set a Carnival Standard in operation of the Integrated Navigation Systems. The training also contains elements of refreshment training regarding the use of ECDIS. This course replaces the previous NACOS-ECDIS 1 course.
Course pre-requisites Documentary evidence of a completed ECDIS course (IMO Model course 1.27), Please note that this course could have been taken outside of CSMART Academy. The student will be assessed on his/her knowledge of ECDIS at the start of the course. Pre-Study material is available on the CSMART Academy Learning Management System (LMS).
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam, Skills are assessed through simulator assessment.
Certificates Upon successful completion of the course the participant will be issued with a type specific certificate for NACOS series 3-5 and Platinum.
References The course is accredited by the manufacturer
Notes This course replaces the previous Nacos-Ecdis 1 course.

Platinum Operator course ref. no: 1030

   
Target Audience All Deck Officers – All Ranks, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Simulator Training
Max/ Min participants 12/6
Course description This course provides training on NACOS Platinum.
Course pre-requisites Completed a generic ECDIS course (IMO Model course 1.27). Please note that this course could have been taken outside of CSMART Academy. This training is meant for Officers that previous have done the NACOS-ECDIS 1 course and now require a Platinum certificate.
Certificates NACOS Platinum certificate.

Voyage Planning (VPP) course ref. no: 1060

   
Target Audience All Deck Officers – All Ranks, refer to TRG 1001
Frequency of Training As required to maintain and demonstrate competence, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Simulator Training using the Nacos Platinum system
Max/ Min participants 12/6
Course description This course provides Voyage Planning Training for digital navigation. The course also contains elements of refreshment in the use of ECDIS. This course replaces the previous NACOS-ECDIS 2 course.
Course pre-requisites Completed NACOS-ECDIS 1 or NACOS Operator. Preferably sailed onboard a Carnival Corporation ship for at least two sea-going contracts after attending the pre-required course.
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam, Skills are assessed through simulator assessment.
Certificates Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam, Skills are assessed through simulator assessment. Certificates Upon successful completion of the course the participant will be issued with a Voyage Planning Certificate.
References The course is accredited by DNVGL.
Notes This course replaces the previous Nacos-ECDIS 2 course. Preferably the participant have sailed on board a Company ship for at least 2 sea going contracts after attending the pre-required course. The course is recommended to be a prerequisites for a Voyage planning position.

Ship Handling 1 – Conventional Propulsion course ref. no: 1070

   
Target Audience Deck Officers – Captain, Staff Captain, Senior Deck Officer, Senior Officer of the watch refer to TRG 1001.
Frequency of Training As required to maintain and demonstrate competence, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Simulator Training
Max/ Min participants 6/3
Course description The course provides the fundamentals of ship handling during normal conditions.
Course pre-requisites None
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam, Skills are assessed through simulator assessment.
Certificates Successful participants will be issued a Ship Handling 1 certificate
References The course is recognized by UK-MCA
Notes N/A

Ship Handling 1 – Pod Propulsion course ref. no: 1071

   
Target Audience Deck Officers – Captain, Staff Captain, Senior Deck Officer, Senior Officer of the watch refer to TRG 1001.
Frequency of Training As required to maintain and demonstrate competence, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 2.5 days / 20 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Simulator Training
Max/ Min participants 6/3
Course description The course provides hands-on practical training using podded propulsion.
Course pre-requisites Completed Ship Handling 1 - Conventional Propulsion.
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam, Skills are assessed through simulator assessment.
Certificates Successful participants will be issued a Ship Handling 1 pod certificate
References N/A
Notes N/A

Ship Stability course ref. no: 1080

   
Target Audience Deck Officers – Captain, Staff Captain, Senior Deck Officer, Senior Officer of the watch refer to TRG 1001.
Frequency of Training As required to maintain and demonstrate competence, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Training using the NAPA Software
Max/ Min participants 12/6
Course description To give each participant a deeper theoretical knowledge of intact stability, damage stability, stress, dynamical stability and knowledge of all facilities in Onboard-NAPA and proficiency in how to use them.
Course pre-requisites Complete the pre-reading material for the course
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam. Skills are assessed through assessment of practical exercises.
Certificates Successful participants will be issued a Stability certificate
References The course is accredited by NAPA
Notes None

Advanced Ship Handling and Maneuvering – Conventional course ref. no: 1090

   
Target Audience Deck Officers – Captain, Staff Captain, Senior Deck Officer, Senior Officer of the watch refer to TRG 1001.
Frequency of Training As required to maintain and demonstrate competence, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Simulator Training
Max/ Min participants 6/3
Course description The 'Advanced Ship Handling and Maneuvering - Conventional Propulsion' course provides in practical ship handling training during abnormal and emergency situations including working with tugs.
Course pre-requisites Completed Ship Handling 1 - Conventional Propulsion.
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam, Skills are assessed through simulator assessment.
Certificates Successful participants will be issued a Ship Handling 2 certificate
References The course is accredited by DNV GL

Advanced Ship Handling and Maneuvering – Pod course ref. no: 1091

   
Target Audience Deck Officers – Captain, Staff Captain, Senior Deck Officer, Senior Officer of the watch refer to TRG 1001.
Frequency of Training As required to maintain and demonstrate competence, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Simulator Training
Max/ Min participants 6/3
Course description This 'Advanced Ship Handling and Maneuvering - Podded Propulsion' course provides in practical ship handling training during abnormal and emergency situations using pod propulsion including working with tugs.
Course pre-requisites Completed Ship Handling 1 - Podded Propulsion.
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam, Skills are assessed through simulator assessment.
Certificates Successful participants will be issued a Ship Handling 2 pod certificate
References The course is accredited by ABB
Notes This course requires that the participant previously has had a lot of experience in maneuvering a podded ship during normal conditions. The course will be available as of September 2017.

Engineering Courses

Diesel Electric Propulsion & Automatic System (DEP) 1 course ref. no: 4010

   
Target Audience All deck officers
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Max/ Min participants 12/6
Course description Familiarization training on Diesel Electric Propulsion plants, power systems and the automation systems. The course is designed to provide the basic understanding required for safe integration of staff into cruise ship operations. Preferably, this course is completed before ERM 1 is attended. The course includes: - Cruise systems overview (main, auxiliary machinery), - Electrical generation, distribution and safety, - Electric propulsion plant theory and practice, - Automation systems, - Operational practices (safety, environmental, maintenance)
Course pre-requisites Company onboard familiarization (OBF) when possible.

High Voltage Course Management Level (HVM) course ref. no: 4040

   
Target Audience Technical Officers as required – refer to TRG 1001
Frequency of Training As required to maintain and demonstrate competence, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: The course includes a combination of classroom theory sessions, supported by simulator exercises and practical workshop switching activities using equipment used on board in the fleet.
Max/ Min participants 10/6
Course description This course is a STCW Management level course, mandatory as of January 2017 for all Management level STCW certificated Engineering Officers and E.T.O.'s who sail on High Voltage ships. Please note that this course can be taken outside of CSMART Academy.
Course pre-requisites Before attending this course, the participant must comply with the following criteria: • Prior electrical or electro-technical experience in a shipboard environment; • Have completed 12 months sea time as EOOW; • Part of an initial electro-technical training program.
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam, Skills are assessed through simulator assessment.
Certificates Successful participants will be issued a High Voltage certificate at Management Level.
References The course is accredited by the British Administration
Notes N/A

Advanced Electrical System (AES) course ref. no: 4050

   
Target Audience Technical Officers as required – refer to TRG 1001
Frequency of Training As required to maintain and demonstrate competence, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Simulator Training
Max/ Min participants 12/6
Course description This Advanced Electrical System course for technical staff is passenger ship specific and includes Carnival Group system and procedures. It provides theoretical and practical training needs concerning the high voltage / electric propulsion that are not covered by the statutory high voltage training course. Topics include: • Cruise ship electrical system design; • Advanced electrical power generation / distribution theory; • Automation system design; • Safe return to port design features; • Protection Strategies incorporated in electrical systems; • Procedural use for safe efficient operations; • Test methods and procedures; • Reconfiguration and isolation exercises; • Non-routine system operations.
Course pre-requisites Completed a High Voltage Management level training course and preferably a Diesel Electric Propulsion course.
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam, Skills are assessed through simulator assessment.
Certificates Successful participants will be issued an AES certificate.
References The course is accredited by DNV GL
Notes The course will be available as of June - 2017

Exhaust Gas Cleaning Course (EGCS) course ref. no: 4070

   
Target Audience All Technical and Environmental Officers, all ranks
Course Duration 2 days / 16 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Max/ Min participants 24/12
Course description This course is for Technical and Environmental Officers that are involved with the operation, maintenance and monitoring of exhaust gas cleaning systems that are provided to comply with emission regulations. Topics include: - Rules and regulations; - Major Component Description Ship system interfaces Manual and Documentation; - Instruments; - Maintenance. This course can be conducted over the weekend to allow attendance of another CSMART course the week before or after.
Course pre-requisites Completed online CBT (in LMS - course material EGCS) prior to attending the course. Participants who fail the online CBT before starting the course are not permitted to continue with the EGCS training.

Environmental Officer Training (ENV) 1 course ref. no: 4080

   
Target Audience Environmental Officers
Frequency of Training Once
Course Duration 6 days / 48 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Delivery by classroom/workshop and simulator sessions all designed with the emphasis to educate and inform Environmental Officers ont
Max/ Min participants 14/10
Course description This course is for Environmental Officers who are involved with monitoring all systems provided onboard for compliance with pollution prevention regulations and procedures. Course participants will receive training on their work roles & responsibilities related to: - Rules & Regulations; - Major component description ship system interfaces manuals & documentation; - Maintenance; - Surveys; - Records; - Elements of 'Train the Trainer and Awareness of the consequences for violations.
Course pre-requisites The following are to be conducted by CBT: EGCS, ORB, HESS-MS and Fuel CO
Assessment Knowledge and skills are assessed through written and practical assessment.
Certificates Successful participants will be issued an EOT certificate.
References The course is accredited by DNV GL.
Notes All Environmental Officers must complete the training before the end of 2017, all new hires must complete the course before going onboard.

Assessments

Proficiency Training and Assessment (PTA) – Nautical course ref. no: 2010

   
Target Audience Deck Officers – All Ranks refer to TRG 1001.
Frequency of Training As required to, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Simulator Training
Max/ Min participants 10/6
Course description This in rank proficiency assessment comprises a review and consolidation of technical and non-technical skills/competences as expected for the rank. This course also contains recurrent and evidence-based training to maintain and improve the standard of proficiency.
Course pre-requisites Must have attended the following courses: • “Nacos Operator course” or its equivalences which are: “Nacos Ecdis Phase 1” or ECDIS training courses successfully completed at Carnival UK Office in-house training course in Southampton or the Maritime Training Center in Hamburg prior to June 2014 with documentary evidence available. • “Voyage Planning course” or “Nacos ECDIS Phase 2” • “Bridge Resource Management phase 1” course or it’s equivalences which are: if they have been completed at Chalmers or Force Technology training facilities prior to 2010 with documentary evidence available, and if BRM 2 training is completed at CSMART: Marine Resource Management, Bridge Team Management, Bridge Resource Management, Bridge Team Command and Control. • “Bridge Resource Management Phase 2”
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam. Skills are assessed through assessment of practical exercises.
Certificates Successful participants will be issued a PTA certificate
References N/A
Notes The spread for the course can be a combination of the following ranks in order to achieve the minimum or maximum total attendance: • A maximum of 4 Executive Officers (Captains / Staff Captains or equivalent) allocated in all available combinations. • 6-10 Officers (Senior Engineering Officer Of Watch and above) • A maximum of 2 Junior Officer Of the Watch is allowed to replace Sr. Officers’ Participants should not be assigned to a PTA without giving them less than a 2 week notice, in order to prepare themselves adequately.

Promotional Assessment – Staff Captain course ref. no: 3020

   
Target Audience All Deck Officers – Relevant Ranks, refer to TRG 1001s
Course Duration 2.5 days / 20 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Max/ Min participants 2/1 (in addition, an operations team of 3 must be provided by the OL)
Course description This process is designed to provide a measure of the individual's current competencies. It is a combination of written, oral and simulator assessments to ascertain current suitability for promotion and any present training needs. Besides simulator and exercise familiarization, no further training is included in this assessment process.
Course pre-requisites All required training courses completed according to the training matrix of the concerning operating line.

Promotional Assessment – Captain course ref. no: 3030

   
Target Audience All Deck Officers – Relevant Ranks, refer to TRG 1001
Frequency of Training Once
Course Duration 2.5 days / 20 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Max/ Min participants 2/1 (In addition an Operations team of 3 must be provided by the Operating Line)
Course description This assessment process is a combination of written, oral and simulator assessments to ascertain current suitability for promotion and any training needs. Other tan simulator and exercise familiarization no training is included in this process. These assessments are designed to provide a measure of the individual's current competencies.
Course pre-requisites All required training courses completed according the training matrix of the concerning Operating Line.

Proficiency Training and Assessment (PTA) – Engineering course ref. no: 5010

   
Target Audience Engineering Officers – All Ranks refer to TRG 1001
Frequency of Training As required to, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 5 days / 40 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Training Method: Lectures and Simulator Training
Max/ Min participants 10/6
Course description This process is an 'in rank proficiency' assessment. The course comprises a review and consolidation of Technical and non-Technical skills/competences expected for the rank. The course also contains recurrent and evidence-based training to maintain and improve the standard of proficiency.
Course pre-requisites Must have attended the following courses: • Engine Resource Management phase 1 course • Engine Resource Management phase 2 course
Assessment Knowledge is assessed by written exam, Skills are assessed through assessment of practical exercises.
Certificates Successful participants will be issued a PTA certificate
Notes The spread for the course can be a combination of the following ranks in order to achieve the minimum or maximum total attendance: • A maximum of 2 Executive Officers (Chief Engineer / Staff Chief Engineer) allocated in all available combinations. • 6-8 Officers (Senior Engineering Officer Of Watch and above) • A maximum of 2 Junior Engineers Officer Of the Watch is allowed to replace Sr. Officers’ position (option available from 2019 onwards). Participants should not be assigned to a PTA without giving them less than a 4 week notice, in order to prepare themselves adequately.

Promotion Assessment – SEOOW course ref. no: 6010

   
Target Audience All Technical Officers, relevant ranks
Course Duration 2.5 days
Location: CSMART Academy
Max/ Min participants 6/3 (min. requires one additional junior OOW to be provided by concerning operating line)
Course description This assessment is a combination of written, oral and simulator assessments to ascertain current suitability for promotion and any present training needs. Besides simulator and exercise familiarization no other training is included in this process. The assessment is designed to provide a measure of the individuals's current competencies in the assessed criteria.
Course pre-requisites All required training courses completed according the training matrix of the concerning operating line.

Promotion Assessment – Staff Chief course ref. no: 6020

   
Target Audience All Technical Officers, relevant ranks
Course Duration 2.5 days
Location: CSMART Academy
Max/ Min participants 2/1 (in addition an Engineering Operations team of 3/4 must be provided by the concerning operating line)
Course description This assessment is a combination of written, oral and simulator assessments to ascertain current suitability for promotion and any present training needs. Besides simulator and exercise familiarization no other training is included in this process. The assessment is designed to provide a measure of the individuals's current competencies in the assessed criteria.
Course pre-requisites All required training courses completed according the training matrix of the concerning operating line.

Promotion Assessment – SETO course ref. no: 6040

   
Target Audience All Engineering Officers – Relevant Ranks, refer to TRG 1001
Course Duration 2.5 days / 20 hours
Location: CSMART Academy
Max/ Min participants 2/1 (In addition, an Operations team of 2 must be provided by the Operating Line)
Course description This process is a combination of written, oral and simulator assessments to ascertain the current suitability or promotion and present training needs. Besides simulator and exercise familiarization, no further training is included in this process. The assessment is designed to provide a measure of the individual's current competencies in the assessed criteria.
Course pre-requisites All required training courses completed according training matrix of the concerned Operating Line.

Promotion Assessment – Chief Engineer course ref. no: 6030

   
Target Audience All Twchnical Officers, relevant ranks
Course Duration 2.5 days
Location: CSMART Academy
Max/ Min participants 2/1 (in addition an Engineering Operations team of 3/4 must be provided by the concerning operating line)
Course description This assessment is a combination of written, oral and simulator assessments to ascertain current suitability for promotion and any present training needs. Besides simulator and exercise familiarization no other training is included in this process. The assessment is designed to provide a measure of the individuals's current competencies in the assessed criteria.
Course pre-requisites All required training courses completed according the training matrix of the concerning operating line.