ETI Course Catalogue
Advanced Diploma of Transport & Distribution (Marine Engineering Class 2)
About this Qualification
National Code: TDM60307
CRICOS Code: 000237A
TAFE ID: S532
Duration: 1 year (Part A & Part B)
Challenger Institute of Technology, WA Maritime Training Centre, Fremantle - 4th February 2013 (Part A), 22nd July 2013 (Part B)
This qualification aims to provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to maintain and operate marine engines, machinery and systems at middle management levels. It is compliant with STCW (Manila) Table A III/2 and provides the theoretical knowledge required by the AMSA for the position of Second Engineer on board vessels with a propulsion power of 3000 KW or more, operating in Australian coastal and international waters.
- Diploma of Transport and Distribution (Marine Engineering - Engineer Watchkeeper) (TDM50207) or equivalent or above, showing that you have obtained the Engineer Watchkeeper certificate Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) letter of assessment verifying you have 15 months approved sea time
- An AMSA recognised senior first aid certificate or elementary first aid certificate before you can attend the medical first aid (MFA) course
- If you have not completed Proficiency in Survival Craft (PSC), Advanced Fire Fighting (AFF) and MFA to Australian STCW (Manila) requirements you will be required to complete them prior to completing this qualification.
Please note that AMSA do not recognise any overseas short courses.
Refer to the admission requirements for your country.
Please note that no late entry into this qualification is permitted.
36 months approved Cadetship training
Diploma of Transport and Distribution (Marine Engineering - Engineer Watchkeeper) TDM50207 (39 weeks/8 months)
15 months seatime
Advanced Diploma of Transport
(Marine Engineering Class 2)
TDM60307 (1 year - Part A & Part B)
Major Study Areas
- Ship management
- Electrical and control systems
- Marine electrotechnology
- Marine mechanics
- Marine thermodynamics
- Main propulsion
- Auxiliaries systems
- Engine room operations
- Engineering computations
- Engineering computing
- Naval architecture
How is this Qualification Taught?
- Class surveyor
- Engineering surveyor
- Ship's engineer
Successful completion of this qualification and a subsequent AMSA oral examination complete the requirements for an Engineer Class 2 Certificate of Competency.
Successful completion of this Advanced Diploma of Transport & Distribution (Marine Engineering - Class 2) and subsequent AMSA oral examination completes the criteria for Engineer Class 2 Certificate of Competency.
Tuition: $11,900 [Part A $3,900 & Part B $8,000]
Short course fee: $4,000 (this includes PSC, AFF and MFA only).
Students who have not completed Basic Fire or PSSR to AMSA recognised standards will be required to undertake these short courses prior to the completion of the qualification. Please note that AMSA do not recognise any overseas short courses.
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