The course was conducted in accordance with the mandatory minimum conditions for knowledge, understanding and skill according to Table A-II / 2 STCW Convention 95 'and is based on IMO Model 1.08 specifications.
This course provides a real exercise to use the radar for navigating and avoiding collision in closed waters with heavy traffic and is in principle intended for candidates for a captain's or ship's master's certificate.
Those who have successfully completed this course will be able to successfully and efficiently use the radar in thigh,
identify potential hazards,
and make the correct navigational decisions and observation-based collision avoidance decisions and radar device design in accordance with avoiding collision at sea.
They will be aware of the time needed to assess the development of a dangerous situation, on the basis of which he will decide and act appropriately and ensure that such action is appropriate and will not lead to further conflict with other ships.
The ability to plan, organize and manage crew members will also be achieved, as well as the exploitation of all navigational data.
Successfully completed course will also enable the ability to respond, coordinate and conduct search and rescue operations.
Duration: 3 days.
Course requirament:Personal identity card or passport
1 personal picture
Certificate of completed education (minimum elementary school)
Certificate ARPA (operating level)
Medical examination (not older than 6 months)
After successfully completing the course and exam in Port Authority, candidates will receive the
D6C - Survey and radar equipment drawings and use of ARPA at the management level issued by the Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure of the Republic of Croatia.