SeaTALK Maritime English Training Modules - Engineer Officers (Operational Level) - Learning Materials and Competences

 

 Topic / Occupational Standard  Language Learning Outcomes
Technical documents (and operation instructions)

 

1 The Engineer Officer should use effectively all relevant documents related to job and international requirements.

1.A The learner should be able to demonstrate the knowledge of the content, application and purpose of technical manuals, drawings, troubleshooting charts, and extract relevant information.
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1.B The learner should be able to demonstrate the knowledge and writing skills to complete documents and develop clear and coherent texts without causing misunderstanding.

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Onboard communication

 

2 The Engineer Officer should be able to apply communicative strategies successfully in day-to-day functional situations at sea.

2.A The learner should be able to demonstrate the ability to listen and communicate internally (within the ship) in routine, face-to-face situations especially with multilingual, multi-ethnic crews.
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2.B The learner should be able to demonstrate the the ability to communicate successfully in face-to-face situations with passengers and during everyday life on board.
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Engine-room watchkeeping duties and routine procedures on board and in port

 

3 The Engineer Officer should be able to carry out successfully watch-keeping duties and routine procedures on board and in port as required by STCW 78 as amended.
3.A The learner should be able to demonstrate the knowledge to execute successfully engine-room watch-keeping duties and those related to berthing/unberthing, bunkering, refuelling, etc.
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3.B The learner should be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills to communicate confidently with port services and authorities.
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Cargo operations

 

4 The Engineer Officer should be able to prepare and maintain the machinery and equipment in good working order during cargo operations.
4.A The learner should be able to demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively during cargo operations.
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Safety equipment, maintenance and repairs on board

 

5 The Engineer Officer should be able to organise and carry out daily tasks related to onboard equipment.
5.A The learner should be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills to communicate confidently during situations related to safety equipment, maintenance and repairs on board.
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Emergency situations and medical procedures

 

6 The Engineer Officer should be able to carry out emergency procedures, make decisions, evaluate outcomes, work in a team.
6.A The learner should be able to demonstrate confidently the knowledge and ability to use maritime and technical English in dealing with incidents, accidents, marine pollution, fires, grounding and other emergency situations.
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