Marine Engine Driver Course
Are you looking for a way to extend your experience on the high seas and learn more about what it means to be the chief or second engineer on vessels with propulsion power of < 750 KW in the Economic Exclusion Zone (EEZ)? Are you looking for more information about following this career in Australian waters?
Maritime and Safety Training offers Marine Engine Driver courses that will allow you to live your dreams and get the knowledge that you need to further your career right away. Marine Engine Driver courses will teach you all the necessary Units of Competency including how to work effectively with others, hull maintenance, safe operation of deck machinery and basic survival skills amongst others.
Marine Engine Driver Grade 3 and Grade 2
Maritime and Safety Training offers two variants on the Marine Engine Driver course: Grade 2 and Grade 3. Whilst both domestic qualifications appear similar, there are some distinct differences between them. Marine Engine Driver Grade 2 near coastal allows you to perform as the second engineer, or chief engineer, on vessels equipped with outboard engines in the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) with propulsion power limits of up to 1500 kilowatts on inboard engine vessels depending on the position. Marine Engine Driver Grade 3 near coastal permits you to work as an engineer or chief engineer on a vessel to the outer limits of the EEZ. In these positions you may work on a vessel equipped with inboard engines with propulsion power of up to 750 kilowatts depending on the position, and as an assistant under the supervision of the chief engineer. For further information on each of the Marine Engine Driver courses, please follow the links below.
Marine Engine Driver courses include:
You can register for your courses across Australia online now or call 1300 302 123 for more information.