This course is mainly intended as basic training for seafarers employed or hired in any area on board the vessel as part of the manning of the vessel with designated safety functions in the operation thereof. There are no particular educational requirements. All students must present a medical certificate of good health.

The course is open to all seafarers and possible mariners and must be completed before employment on a sea vessel. All students must be certified by a doctor to be in good health. Students must be 18 years of age or older.

The course should be aimed at people who are employed or who will be employed as new prospects for the people of the sea with activities and responsibility on board.

Here are no specific entry standards for training in this model course. Training is mandatory for all potential seafarers, who must complete this basic training before being assigned to the tasks on board.

The course should be aimed at people who are employed or who will be employed as new prospects for the people of the sea with activities and responsibility on board. In the same way it can be taken by all seafarers who have completed the basic firefighting course. All participants must have a certificate of good health issued by a doctor.

For admission to the course you must have completed the IMO Model Course No. 1.13 First Aid or have achieved a similar standard in elementary first aid.

The course is open to seafarers to be designated to be responsible for medical care on board ships. Those who enter the course must have successfully completed medical first aid training on board the vessel, as specified in the IMO model course. 1.14 Medical first aid.

For admission to the course, seafarers must be certified by a doctor to be in good health. They must also have completed the four basic courses covering familiarization and basic safety training and instruction, in accordance with rule VI / 1 of the STCW of 1978, as amended.

The framework of this course requires a basic knowledge of the practice of radio communication and a practical knowledge of written and spoken English. It is assumed that candidates have basic computer skills to participate in the course. However, candidates will require training in additional computer skills without a basic command of the use of computers.

This course is principally intended for candidates for certification as officers in charge of a navigational watch. Prior to entering the course, it is recommended the trainees should have completed a minimum period of six months at sea and preferably have gained some experience of watchkeeping.

The course is intended primarily for candidates for certification as captain or chief on offshore vessels. Those wishing to enter this course must be holders of certificates that meet the requirements of rules II / 1 or II / 3 of the STCW as an officer in charge of a navigational watch. Therefore, they must have completed a training course that meets or exceeds the standard set forth in Table A-II / 1 of the STCW code, and has completed the maritime service necessary for certification as a captain or chief master while qualifying as an officer in charge of navigational watch.

Students who wish to enter this course:
1. be an officer in charge of the navigational watch.
2. own the ARPA 1.07 course
3. Possess Operational Use of the information and visualization of electronic charts. (ECDIS).
4. have a General Operator course for Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS).

The course should be directed to machines engineers employed or will be employed as new crew with responsibility for operations in the engine room.

Participants who complete this course must have done:
a. Formal instruction in land navigation,
b. A familiarization with visual navigation,
c. have completed a period of supervised supervision of bridge monitoring duties.
d. ARPA 1.07 certificate..

Any candidate for a certificate of basic training for oil cargo operations and chemical tankers must have completed basic training in accordance with the provisions of section a-VI / 1 of the Training Code..

This course is intended primarily for candidates for certification of basic training for loading operations in liquefied gas tanks, as specified in section A-V / 1-2, paragraph 1 of the STCW Code as amended.

The course is open to anyone who intends to have immediate responsibility for cargo, care in transit of unloading, cargo handling, tank cleaning or other operations related to the cargo on the tanker ship made up of seafarers who have qualified in accordance with regulation V / 1-1 paragraph 2.2 of the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, as amended

The course is open to anyone who has the immediate responsibility of loading, unloading, caring in transit, handling cargo, cleaning tanks or other operations related to loading in chemical tanks. Includes seafarers who have qualified in accordance with regulation V / 1-1, paragraph 6.1 of the STCW Convention.

This course is open to seafarers who have completed a shore based firefighting training course approved by the administration, and who have relevant experience appropriate to their duties on liquefied gas tankers, as stipulated in STCW regulation V/1, para 2.1, and sub-paragraphs 1.1 or 1.2.

For admission to the course, seafarers must be in medical condition (especially with regard to sight and hearing) and possess a certificate of fitness on survival craft and rescue boats that are not fast in accordance with paragraph 1 of rule VI / 2 of the 1978 STCW as amended.

The course is designed as independent and does not depend on an established level of knowledge of other aspects of the operation of the boat or the detailed knowledge of chemical manufacturing required. However, for seafarers, the additional training specified by the STCW convention may be necessary to achieve the appropriate qualifications. If used as a module for the certification of seafarers in accordance with the STCW convention, the necessary educational background for such certification is applied.

-Officers of merchant ship operators entitled before the application of the Manila Amendments to the Annex to the International Convention on Training Standards, Certification and Guards for Seafarers, amended STCW / 78 and the Training, Certification and Guards Code for the People of the Sea
-Aspirants to the titles of Third Engineer and Electrotechnical Officer.
-Offices of Machines, with current title of Chief Engineer of Machines,
-First Engineer, Second Engineer, Third Engineer and Electrotechnician

Minimum requirements according to rule II / 4 of the STCW 78 agreement.
1. Be Greater than 18 years,
2. Having completed a 6-month approved boarding period, or
3. Have received special training as a seafarer in a maritime or on-board training center and what it includes or a boarding period of not less than 2 months.

Minimum requirements according to rule III / 4 of the STCW 78 agreement.
1. Be Greater than 18 years,
2. Having completed a 6-month approved boarding period, or
3. Special training, either before embarking or once on board, including a period of embarkation, which may not be less than two months.
4. meet the competency standards set out in section A-III / 4 of the Training Code.

The minimum educational standards for entry to the profession can be prescribed by the administration. In the preparation of this course it has been assumed that participants have completed studies of a minimum period of general education full time from 9 to 10 years up to secondary level. They must have reached a level in mathematics, physics and English that allows them to carry out the learning as established in the curricula for the subjects.
Those entering the course should meet the requirements of Chapter II, Section A-II / 4 of the STCW Code for qualifications to be part of a navigational watch.

Older than 18 years-old.
Comply with the requirements for certification as a sailor who is part of the guard in unmanned machine chambers or designated to provide service in unmanned machine chambers.
In addition to being qualified to serve as a sailor who is part of the machinery guard, having completed a period of embarkation in the machinery section of: not less than 12 months, or not less than 6 months and have completed the approved training.

The course has been designed in particular for the cooks of the ship according to the Maritime Labor Convention, 2006. Before starting the course, students must have proven experience in cooking (experience letter and certificates or training diplomas).

The course is designed for officers and officers in charge of a navigation or engineering guard.

It is assumed that the trainees of this course, through on-campus learning and on-board experience, have sufficient familiarity with on-board operations to understand that leadership and teamwork is an essential part of their role on board in the operational level.

Applicants wishing to provide training on the competency standards required by the Training Agreement must already have the necessary technical knowledge and must be qualified in the subject on which the training is to be delivered. This model course assumes that students are properly qualified in the technical aspects of their subjects. It would also be useful if at least part of the group of students had some experience in the training of others and could evaluate and / or demonstrate basic teaching skills.

This course is aimed at all seafarers, according to the current and applicable provisions which are detailed in the specialty according to the work and activities related to the trade that the National Water Sailors carry out on board the vessels in Panamanian territorial waters.

This course is aimed at all seafarers over 18 years of age who have basic safety courses or safety course in national waters, and who also want to work as a Boat Boat Operator in Panamanian jurisdictional waters.

Minimum requirements according to rule II / 4 of the STCW 78 agreement.
1. Be Greater than 18 years,

Minimum requirements according to rule III / 4 of the STCW 78 agreement.
1. Be Greater than 18 years.

Entry to the course is open to trainees with basic background and knowledge of engine-room machinery and to marine engineers who wish to improve their knowledge and understanding of the operation of the modern merchant ship.

Students wishing to enter this course must have a minimum of six months of guard experience as an officer in charge of a navigational watch and must also have completed a training course that meets or exceeds the standard established in the resolution of the Assembly. IMO A.483 (XII), observation and radar tracing training (see Model IMO Course 1.07).

In addition to having basic knowledge of computer systems and IMO Regulations, trainees should have also complied with section A-1/6.4.1-2 of the STCW Code.
The qualification and experience of the instructor will play an important role just as its application to any course. Although, it is not only understood but implied as well, a seafaring background is a must. However, seafaring background alone cannot be considered sufficient. What is necessary is an aptitude for maritime simulator training- an aptitude to pass on the knowledge. lf one sees the level of maritime courses, i.e. courses for seagoing staff (short/ specialized), seagoing staff (advanced), maritime safety/pollution prevention (administration), shipping company staff, long courses or STCW certificate courses, one would appreciate that the potential instructor will have to amalgamate his/her practical seafaring background with knowledge of pedagogy to be in a position to transfer knowledge.

Admission to the course is open to those involved in ship operations both on board and on land who wish to improve their knowledge and understanding of the energy efficiency operations of ships, especially those in charge of the activities associated with the development of a SEEMP in shipping companies.

This course is principally intended for candidates for certification as electrotechnical officers. Those wishing to enter this course should be following an approved programme of on-board training. Alternatively, trainees may complete approved seagoing service of not less than three years/or as approved by the administration.

Persons to be trained to conduct assessment and examinations for certificates of competency issued under international instruments dealing with certification of persons to be employed about ship should hold a certificate of competency no lower that the certificate or qualification which is to be issed by or on behalf of the administration n the discipline concerned an have appropriate experience and a throrogh knowledge of both the theoretical and the practical aspects of all subjects involved.

A fluent Liguistica competence, both written and spoken, is essential in the language in which the evaluation will be carried out.
A specific income level is not required to complete this training course. Students who pass the course must comply with the rules established in section A-I / 6, paragraph 6 of the Training Code, in the form required by their local Administration to direct the evaluation of the competence of seafarers on board.

This course is principally intended for officers for certification as master and chief mate on ships of 500 gross tonnages or more. Entrants should have successfully completed a course covering the minimum standards required for certification as officer in charge of a navigational watch on ships of 500 gross tonnage or more (see IMO Model Course No. 7.03, Officer in Charge of a Navigational Watch).

This course is principally intended for officers for certification as chief engineer and second engineer on ships powered by main propulsion machinery of 3000 kW propulsion power or more. Entrants should have successfully completed a course covering the minimum standards required for certification as officer in charge of an engineering watch (see IMO Model Course No. 7.04, Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch) and have approved seagoing service, see STCW Regulation III/2.

This course is principally intended for candidates for certification as officer in charge of a navigational watch. Those wishing to enter this course should be following an approved programme of shipboard training. Alternatively, trainees may complete approved seagoing service of not less than three years.

This course is principally intended for officers for certification as chief engineer and second engineer on ships powered by main propulsion machinery of 3000 kW propulsion power or more..
Entrants should have successfully completed a course covering the minimum standards required for certification as officer in charge of an engineering watch (see IMO Model Course No. 7.04, Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch) and have approved seagoing service, see STCW Regulation III/2.

This course meets the training and evaluation requirements established by the Regulations for Navigation in the Panama Canal Area Cap. IV Section III, International Convention for Human Life at Sea (SOLAS), International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL), International Office of Labor, Health and Safety in Ports, 2005 (ILO), International Code for Ship Protection and Port Installation (PBIP or ISPS).

Entry to the course is open to all students who have completed basic training according to section A-VI / 1 of the 1978 STCW Code as amended.

It is recommended that students complete basic training in accordance with section A-VI / 1 of the amended STCW Code 1978 and emergency familiarization of the passenger ship in accordance with section AV / 2 of the STCW Code, recognizing that these have been completed for a different boat previously.

The captains, the heads of machines, the chiefs, the second officers of machines and any person designated in the list of obligations can participate in the course as responsible for the safety of the passengers in emergency situations on board the passenger ships.

Entry to the course is open to captains, chief engineers, chiefs, second engineer officers and each person who is given immediate responsibility to board and disembark passengers, load, unload or secure the cargo or close the hull openings on board of RO-RO passenger ships.

The IMO model course 3.23 states that this course can be taught to all seafarers. Does not contemplate specific entry requirements.

The OMI 3.24 model course contemplates that the course should be aimed at persons employed or who will be employed by an operator of port facilities and who will probably be assigned specific security tasks in relation to a security plan for the port facility.

The OMI 3.25 model course contemplates that the course should be aimed at persons employed in any capacity of a port facility that is required to comply with the provisions of the ISPS Code and who are not assigned specific functions related to a facility security plan port.

The certificate issued must show that the participant has satisfactorily completed the training course on awareness training on protection for seafarers assigned to protection tasks, based on the OMI model course 3.26.

The OMI model course 3.27 should be addressed to all seafarers on board the vessel, who will not be assigned specific safety tasks in relation to the ship’s safety plan.

It is assumed that people who attend this course will be people employed (or employed) by a company and that they are likely to be designated as security officers of the company, however, no specific entry requirements are foreseen.

t is contemplated that there are no specific entry requirements. However, in order to obtain a certificate of adequacy of the ship’s protection officer, the student must have obtained a period
No less than 12 months of proper boarding and knowledge of the ship’s operations. According to the requirements of the training agreement regulation VI / 5.

• Employed by an operator of a port facility, and
• Probably designated as PFSO / Deputy PFSO or the manager responsible for the security of the port facility (to whom the PFSO can report).

The model course should be addressed to anyone who needs to become familiar with the rules on the Port State.