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Onboard Assessment

Marshall Islands Administration Approved.

This course is based on IMO Model Course 1.30 “On-board Assessment” Edition 2017.


Entry Criteria:     Ship’s senior officers, superintendents, internal auditors, onboard trainers

Course Schedule:  

From DateTo DateLocation 
18-12-201919-12-2019DelhiApply
23-12-201924-12-2019MumbaiApply
30-12-201931-12-2019MumbaiApply
06-01-202007-01-2020MumbaiApply
20-01-202021-01-2020MumbaiApply
27-01-202028-01-2020MumbaiApply
03-02-202004-02-2020MumbaiApply
17-02-202018-02-2020MumbaiApply
24-02-202025-02-2020MumbaiApply
02-03-202003-03-2020MumbaiApply
09-03-202011-03-2020MumbaiApply
23-03-202024-03-2020MumbaiApply
30-03-202031-03-2020MumbaiApply


Course Duration:     2 Days



Course Description

This course aims at transferring knowledge and skills to senior officers to administer, supervise and monitor training and assessment of seafarer competence onboard in accordance with the provisions of section A-I/6 of the STCW Code.
This course also covers the training for assessing the "Behavioural competencies” of sea staff in accordance with INTERTANKO-OCIMF document on "Behavioural Competency Assessment and Verification for Vessel Operators”.

This course comprises lectures, discussions and series of demonstrations with full involvement by the trainees of how various assessment techniques could be applied to conduct competence-based assessment on board ships.
This involves:
  • Short presentations of assessment techniques, with explanations of practical implications.
  • Applications of competence-based assessment techniques by the course instructors and by the trainees.
  • Discussions.
  • Workshops, with task-solving and interactive exercises.
Course Contents: 
  • Purpose of in-service assessment
  • Methods of Assessment
  • Shipboard Assessment System
  • Competence based assessment
  • Assessor’s role and technical behavioural skills required
  • The assessment process
           - Preparation for the assessment
           - Conduct pre-assessment briefing
           - Observe trainee’s performance and record the results
           - Evaluate the process and determine the assessment outcome
           - Assessment debrief





Please find below the list of documents required to get on the first day of the course.
  1. 2 passport size photographs,
  2. Copies of Passport, CDC, COC & INDOS No.