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Objectives:

To prescribe standard and procedures in full compliance with the requirements of STCW Chapter II for mandatory minimum requirements for examination, assessment and certification of Chief Engineer Officer (CE)/Second Engineer(2E)  on a seagoing ship of 750 kW propulsion power or more; and

To streamline the examination, assessment, licensing and certification processes by ensuring that all candidates for Chief Engineer (CE)/Second Engineer(2E)  are adequately equipped and are in full compliance with the requirements of STCW, as amended.

Coverage:

This Circular shall apply to all candidates for certification as Chief Engineer Officer (CE)/Second Engineer(2E)  on ships of 750 Kw propulsion power or more.

A candidate who already passed the Management Level- Engine theoretical examination under MARINA as Second Engineer Officer shall be EXEMPTED from this requirement, if the standards for the same Class (Class I or Class II, see Annex I) have been passed within the last 5 years.

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Assessment Duration: 1 day

Schedule: EVERY WEEK

(SAT-Familiarization, MON-Practical) – 2 days
(TUE-Familiarization, WED-Practical) – 2 days

References:

MARINA-STCW Circular 2014-11

MARINA-STCW Circular 2014-13

 

Accreditation:

MARINA (Maritime Industry Authority) STCW Office – Republic of the Philippines

Requirements:

1. Every candidate for practical assessment of competence as Chief Engineer Officer (CE)/Second Engineer(2E)  on ships of 750 kW propulsion power or more shall submit the following to the approved assessment institution, the following approved education and training:

1. If Category-A, proof of successful completion of MLCE and MLCE-AUT; or
2. If Category-B, proof of successful completion of MLCE and MLCE-BUT; or
3. MLCE fully-compliant version to STCW 2010 Amendments

The different Functions of the approved education and training referred to in Paragraph 6.1 above may be taken in different MTIs:
Every candidate shall be pre-registered in the CSS for the practical assessment to be valid.

 

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Certification:

Assessee who successfully completed and passed the assessment thereof, shall be issued a Certificate of Assessment

Practical Assessment Competencies:

Competence
Time allocated
Passing %
F1-C1 Manage the operation of propulsion plant machinery
.1 Marine Diesel Engine
.2 Marine Steam Turbine
.3 Marine Gas Turbine
.4 Marine Steam Boiler
60 mins
80%
F1-C2 Plan and Schedule Operations
30 mins
80%
F1-C3 Operation, surveillance, performance assessment and maintaining safety of propulsion plant and auxiliary machinery
30 mins
80%
F1-C5 Manage the operation of electrical and electronic control equipment
60 mins
80%
F2-C6 Manage troubleshooting, restoration of electrical and electronic control equipment to operating condition
30 mins
80%
F3-C8 Detect and identify the cause of machinery malfunctions and correct faults
40 mins
70%
F3-C10 Control trim, stability and stress
60 mins
70%
F4-C14 Use of leadership and managerial skill
30 mins
70%