The Simulated Electronic Navigation – Operational (SEN-O) course will cover the requirements of the Standards of Training Certificate and Watchkeeping (STCW) Convention of 1978. It will provide the student a thorough knowledge of the application of the Collision Regulations and the principles to be observed in keeping a navigational watch in a simulated environment while using electronic aids to plot the vessel's position and progress. Students will also gain the skills to take necessary action to avoid collision without putting the vessel at risk. It will also, provide, through knowledge of the bridge resource management basic principles, leadership and teamwork skills. These competencies will help promote safety of life at sea and protection of marine environment.
Students must have done Electronic Positioning System (EPS) training and exam successfully before they enroll for SEN-O.
Please purchase prior to the course
- Electronic Navigation Systems, L. Tetley and D. Calcutt - www.nauticalmind.com/69939/electronic-navigation-systems/
- RADAR and ARPA Manual, A. Bole, W. Dineley, A. Wall - www.nauticalmind.com/70091/radar-and-arpa-manual-2/