Certificate III in Maritime Operations - Marine Engine Driver Grade 2 Near Coastal
University of Tasmania
|Campus||Mid Year Intake?||Study Mode||Entry Requirements|
|AMC Launceston||Yes||Full-time internal||
No minimum education
This qualification is part of the Maritime Training Package. It is suitable for people who work in the maritime industry operating as Chief Engineer on vessels with propulsion power up to 750 kW and Second Engineer on vessels with propulsion power up to 1500 kW in the exclusive economic zone (EEZ).
Subjects you can Study
Work effectively with others; Maintain marine internal combustion engines, propulsion plant and auxiliary systems; Undertake basic maintenance of electrical systems; Complete engine room tasks; Maintain hull out of water; Operate and maintain extra low and low voltage electrical systems and equipment; Operate deck machinery; Operate marine internal combustion engines, and propulsion and auxiliary systems; Manage fuel systems; Operate and monitor marine internal combustion engines, propulsion plant and auxiliary systems; plus more.
About University of TasmaniaThe University of Tasmania is an institution of international standing. Through its campuses at Hobart, Launceston and Burnie, the University utilises the very best of its unique environment and natural and built resources to deliver quality higher education and research. Built in 1890, the University of Tasmania's influence now extends across Australia and around the world. Its internationally focused curriculum, its client-focused delivery and its cutting edge research place UTAS on the world stage. The University of Tasmania has adopted the strategy of developing teaching and research of national and international significance in disciplines that provide a competitive edge for the University. UTAS works with institutions around the world to offer students an international experience, with exchange arrangements in place with over 40 institutions throughout Europe, Asia and North America. While UTAS offers a wide range of courses, it is still small enough to provide a supportive and distinctive student experience.
In 2008 the Australian Maritime College became a specialist Institute of the University.
Provider CRICOS: 00586B (TAS); 03058B (NSW) RTO code: Uni; 60131
Certificate IIICourse code: MAR30813
- Full-time internal = 4 weeks
No minimum education
Life after Study
Deckhands undertake a wide range of fishery and maritime work on land and at sea, including communications, supply, seamanship, hospitality and stores. They may also use equipment such as nets, lines and traps to catch fish, crustaceans and molluscs.